Guests for August 5, 2012


The line-up for THE BILL FRANK RADIO SHOW on Sunday, August 5, 2012 reads like this:

Rebecca Coffey, journalist and filmmaker, will give us some perspective on the massacre in Aurora, CO based on research she’s done for her latest book Murders Most Foul.

Michael Ian Black, comedian and TV host, will describe his cross country journey with Meghan McCain—daughter of Presidential candidate John McCain. We discuss his findings captured in his book America, You Sexy Bitch: A Love Letter To Freedom.

Doc Searls, renowned technology writer and futurist, will discuss a new era of consumerism—one in which demand will drive supply far more directly, efficiently and compellingly than ever before from his book The Intention Economy.

Joyce Gioia, CEO of the Herman Group and noted employment economist, reveals a tectonic shift in today’s workforce—workers 55 years and older outnumber younger workers aged 25-34 for the first time in history. We discuss the implications for this on business and society.

John Lott, Jr., crime and law enforcement economist, will explain why President Obama is the best president in US history for gun ownership. We discuss crime and gun control laws from his book More Guns, Less Crime.

Janie Hampton, considered to be the leading authority on the Olympics in London—both past and present, will discuss London’s 1948 Olympic games, known as The Austerity Olympics.

Join me at 11 o’clock am Pacific time on News/Talk 1520 KVTA in Ventura and on the Internet at