It’s a Nuggets program for this week. Anything and everything is fair game–movies, personalities and other topics. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSContinue Reading

Cowboy Craig Cameron joins us for the hour. He’s a rancher, member of the Cowboy Hall of Fame, author and teacher of horse sense. He actually teaches people how to correctly interact with their horses.  Craig also hosts a show on RFD-TV called Ride Smart. If you are looking forContinue Reading

For this month’s Movie Saturday, we visit the westerns made from Zane Grey books. There were bunches of them and many films were remade a couple of times. Also, tons of stars got their start with Grey westerns–Gary Cooper and Randolph Scott are among them. Also Tim Holt. PlayContinue Reading

Leslie Hall joins us for the hour to talk about her great uncle, Nick C. Hall. He’s the guy who was instrumental is bringing Hollywood to Tucson and building Old Tucson in 1940. Nick was the manager of the long-gone Santa Rita Hotel in Tucson where the stars stayed. ThereContinue Reading

It’s one of our Nuggets shows where we talk about bunches of things related to the cowboy world! Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSContinue Reading

It’s our Movie Saturday show! On this edition, we talk about the Westerns filmed in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. It’s a big area and a lot of films were made there–westerns and other genres. Plus, we have movie suggestions from our friends at Western Writers of America. PlayContinue Reading

American Western artist William Herbert “Buck” Dunton is our topic. He lived from 1878-1936 and was known for his detail in animals. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSContinue Reading

Our guest is Banjo the Blacksmith. He practices his trade at Knott’s Berry Farm in California, and, he does his smithing they way it was done in the 1880s. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSContinue Reading

Screenwriter Skip Press joins us for our Movie Saturday program. Skip has written numerous screenplays as well as authored a number of books, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Screenwriting. Skip also mentors would-be writers and screenwriters. Plus, he had some great Hollywood stories to share. Check his website forContinue Reading

Western Writers of America author Dwyane Epstein joins us. The 1967 release of The Dirty Dozen broke the rules along with box-office records. The making of the film is covered in Killin’ Generals: The Making of The Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WWII film All Time. The high-octane cast headedContinue Reading