Dec 15, 2020
In this episode we are joined by the extraordinary voice talent and radio broadcaster, Tim Andrews. As with many comedians, Tim developed his comedy at a young age. Part of it was used as a defense mechanism, while part was used for acceptance. By middle school, Tim was already pretending to be on the air, making up voices and stories to tell. As he grew in skill, he moved toward any radio opportunities, landing on several shows before his current run on The Von Haessler Doctrine. Known as the "man of a thousand voices," Tim, along with several others, bring listeners a comedic take on the world of news-talk. Tim is also embarking on his 6th season of his own podcast called, Radio Labyrinth. The podcast is firmly rooter in the Gen-X experience, with an eye on entertainment and culture.
Walt had to admit he is struggling with season 4 of Star Trek: Enterprise. He may not finish. He is really enjoying The Boys on Amazon Prime. Finally, he is about to start watching, Drunk History, on Netflix. Alan has been so busy he only had time to watch the most recent episode of The Mandalorian, but it has yet to disappoint. In fact, Alan believes it continues to get better every week.
Walt is finishing up the Tom Petty biography, "Somewhere You Feel Free." He is also continuing his read of, "Is This Anything?" Finally, someone just gave him the book, "Texas Ranger: The Epic Life of Frank Hammer." Alan didn't have a specific book, but he mentioned reading a lot of articles from life coaches and counselors on how to become more positive. He was researching for a podcast episode due out in January of 2021 on the 60MW Podcast.
Walt was recently did a guest segment on the podcast, This Means Something, The Close Encounters by the Minute podcast. He also did a shout-out for our guest's podcast, Radio Labyrinth. Alan gave his plug for the following shows he listens to: 60MW Podcast, BK on the Air Escape Pod podcast, Golden Rage of TV, Marine Corps Movie Minute, The Real Queens of Queens, The Bad Cop Bad Cop Show, Geek to Me Radio, Indiana Jones Minute, Going the Distance, The Sly Cast, Worst of the Best and the Rocky Minute.
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