The Week Of
OCTOBER 5, 2015

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Episode - #0320 (57:29)
Patty Farmer is the author of a comprehensive book that delves into the Playboy empire and its influence on the world of music. It's called Playboy Swings: How Hugh Hefner And Playboy Changed The Face Of Music.
Andrew Fazekas, "The Night Sky Guy" is back to talk about the recent discovery of water on Mars.
October 16th is National Bosses Day. According to a recent Gallup poll, 70 percent of employees dislike their bosses. So what can be done to change that figure? Dr. Kevin Mays has helped thousands of leaders and hundreds of teams revolutionize their performance. He's a psychotherapist and the author of Totem: Mastering Team Performance.
This week's opening slate is presented by Andrew Walter, who runs the digital production arm of Edelman Digital a PR group in San Francisco.
Music heard on this week's show includes:
  • Soulful Strut - Grover Washington Jr. (opening theme)
  • Summer Night - Grover Washington Jr. (liner music)
  • Soul Twist - King Curtis & The Noble Knights (liner music)
  • Stink - John Lurie (closing theme)
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