A particularly young and adorable listener dressed up as our host for Halloween, and we think it’s pretty fantastic.Comments 
We think there’s something to be said for the terrifying previews that a good horror film trailer can deliver. It’s the terror of the unknown, and the promise of a good scare waiting on the other side. We’ve collected some of our favorite trailers from some of Wes Craven’s most iconic films here.
Fadi Chehadé,, the President and CEO of ICANN, tells us that the US has helped ‘puncture the public trust in the Internet.’Comments 
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar told us that the NCAA ‘exploits’ its student-athletes. He called for athletes to be paid for their work in a $6 billion-a-year enterprise.Comments 
In our Oct. 15 broadcast, Dr. James Rothman, a newly-minted Nobel Prize-winner in medicine had some hard words for the National Institutes of Health, a source of much of his early professional research funds at Stanford University.Comments 
Actor, director and now author James Franco was a guest on our Monday, Oct. 14 show, where he talked about where he finds inspiration for his varied artistic pursuits. (His debut novel, “Actors Anonymous,” will be released on Tuesday, Oct. 15.) He also talked about some of his favorite literary icons, his use of fake arms in an epic survival scene and why he’s interested in pursuing the kind of literary career that begins with a book like “Actors Anonymous.”
On our Oct. 9 hour on the Supreme Court’s deliberations over limits to financial contributions in Federal elections featured a variety of voices and opinions, including the opinion of the McCutcheon himself of the case’s title. He spoke about his reasons for bringing his legal challenge all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States.Comments