Thursday, July 29, 2010

This week's radio segments (Tony Kornheiser Show, The Gas Man, The Sports Reporters)

This moring I joined Tony Kornheiser for his newest version of The Tony Kornheiser Show at 11:05 ET.  Click the permalink, then the link below, to listen to the segment from this week. Among the topics we discussed were my golf game, some books I've been reading and more relevant topics like Bob Huggins and his broken ribs. Lastly, we discussed Mike Kryzewski and his coaching of USA Basketball and Duke, and finished off with a little talk on Tiger Woods.


Click here to listen to the segment: Tony Kornheiser Show

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Yesterday I joined The Sports Reporters in the normal timeslot (5:25 ET on Wednesday's).   In it, we discussed the Redskins, including the situation with Albert Haynesworth, and training camp hype in general.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Sports Reporters

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Also, I joined The Gas Man show on Wednesday evening in my normal 8:25 ET spot. This week was hosted by Elise Woodward, and we spent a great deal of time discussing this weeks US Senior Open Championship at Sahalee Country Club, why the PGA Tour doesn't have a regular stop in the Seattle area and Larry Scott and his branding campaign of the PAC-10.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Gas Man

6 comments:

Tim said...

This Kornheiser segment as to go down as one of your best.....

Anonymous said...

Your appearnace with Tony was not "A Good Walk Spoiled."

case said...

john,
i also just finished Silva's new Allon novel
a bit formulaic, but still good

steveM said...

John...any comments on ESPN killing the story on LeBron hangin out in LA clubs??

steveM said...

John...any comment on ESPN killing the news story on LeBron hanging out in LA clubs??

Ed Tracey said...

John have you given any thought to releasing a compilation book of some of your golf vignettes?

How about:

(a) a working title of "John Feinstein's Golf Stories"

(b) Then, have Part A dedicated to "A Good Walk Spoiled" - with an overview of what the book's purpose was.

(c) Then some of the human interest stories from it.

(d) Repeat with Part B and beyond with "Open", "Caddy for Life", "Q School" and the others - once again, an overview followed by stories.

(e) Story examples: Arnold Palmer's introducing himself to new players on the Tour, Larry Mize playing in the qualifier for the Open Championship, how Steve Stricker met his wife, Scott McCarron being asked about hole #3 by a policeman, and players running into rules violations unwittingly.

I think this book could not only stand on its own - it might rekindle interest in your back catalogue.

If this hasn't cropssed your mind - it should.