Joe Pyne Radio Show CDs

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THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 1

Floyd Salas
Dr. OG Landsverk & Erik Wahlgren

Arrested multiple times in his childhood, author Floyd Salas’s experiences give him a strong understanding of the human condition.  In this moving interview with Pyne, Salas discusses his life of reformation, the inherent good in people, prison reformation, and how they all tie into his book, “Tattoo The Wicked Cross.”

Dr. OG Landsverk, an accomplished scientist who was present during testing of the atomic bomb, believes that the Vikings explored a significant part of North America, predating Christopher Columbus’ expedition.  Dr. Erik Wahlgren, a contemporary of Dr. Landsverk, does not share the same convictions, and the two enter into a heated debate on the topic with Pyne moderating.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 2

Iceberg Slim
J.J. Hergert

No stranger to controversy, the Pimp-turned-author Iceberg Slim shares stories from, anecdotes about, and insight into the Conman lifestyle.  Bringing his perspective of urban culture, Slim speaks with Pyne about his newest work at the time, “Trick Baby.”

In connection with his book, “I Was Born Among the Russian Subversives,” J.J. Herbert describes his 20 years of life in Russia before his departure after the end of World War II.  Pyne asks questions regarding cultures of both old Czarist Russia and Communist Russia, and also speaks with Hergert about his memoirs that were relevant to the era.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 3

Robert L. Brock
Ray Wakeman

Pyne Interviews Robert L. Brock, controversial civil rights activist and President of The Self Determination committee.  In this heated discussion, Pyne and Brock discuss race relations, civil rights, solutions, and their vastly different opinions on the issues.

An insider within the business, Ray Wakeman makes a startlingly accurate prediction that computers will become a prevalent force in our society.  Pyne interviews Wakeman regarding the growth of technology, the emerging computer companies, and the ethics of technology usage and dependency.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 4

Capt. Eugene Guile
Rev. Bert Turner

Captain Eugene Guile, a former army swimming instructor, discusses with Pyne the prevalent issue of soldiers drowing.  Also discussed is  different methods of swim instruction, as well as essential swimming knowledge.

Here, Pine discusses the differences in what the Romanian people call “Romanian communism” versus “Russian communism”, a concept that appeared following Jovin’s departure to the United States. Jovin stands firm that the way the Russian and Russian influenced officials ran the country were not favored by the citizens and thus resulted in a very different Romanian that there is during the time of the interview. Wanting to clarify a seemingly confusing concept, Pine interviews Jovin about the reasons behind his decisions and beliefs related to Romania.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 5

Barbara Tidwell
Raleigh Wilkerson

Tidwell is a specialist on “Pleasing The American Husband”. Pyne interviews her on the topic and the book of the same title.

A traveling painter, Raleigh Wilkerson shares his experiences of being an artist at sea.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 6

Ed Aschell
Emil Swartz

Aschell has built a UFO (Flying Saucer) that supposedly has the capabilities of ‘transporting’ a human through the edge of space. Pyne discusses the specifics of the UFO, Aschell’s credibility and his theories of the existence of extraterrestrial life, modern warfare and physics.

“We Live in a phony system.”  Emil Swarz, an older gentleman with an unusual academic qualifications, discusses with Pyne his opinions on the American structure of industry.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 7

John Lockwood
Milos Kirk

Lockwood believes to have perfectly integrated between the “normal man” and the hippies. He also discusses his belief that he has psychic powers. Pyne continues on in the discussion to understand the individual.

Milos Kirk, a former guerrilla soldier, discusses with Joe Pyne the differences between conventional fighting and Guerilla fighting, and why he believes that it is difficult for conventional forces to prevail.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 8

William Greene
Don McGuire

Representative of American Equities Group that helps individuals realize unclaimed wealth, William Greene talks about unclaimed properties in the US, long lost family ties and the process his company goes through in order to assist those in this situation.

A popular entertainer and producer, McGuire discusses his book about California politics. Pyne goes into deep discussion about politics with McGuire based on the latter’s belief that politics in the state are quite frightening.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 9

Robert Humphries
Dick Ault

“The United States Mission Inc.” is an organization created by Humphries – “a homophile” used to religiously orient homosexuals. Pine discusses Humphries’ beliefs.

Dick Ault, his wife and his 3 year old daughter intend to temporarily live on an uninhabited island after 5 years of planning. Pyne and Ault discuss the 1-year experiment and why the idea came forward in the first place.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 10

Mama Cave
F. S. Donn

Mama Cave discusses her support of the “hippie-cryts” and black militants. She provides shelter, advice, support, food and clothing for the “social outcasts”. Pyne and Cave discusses her purpose in sub-culture and the fact that she has had discussions with God.

F. S. Donn is a non-denominational Christian who believe Armageddon is certain, Jews are the “chosen people” and that mankind pollutes everything he touches.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 11

Miles Clark
Dennis Fitzpatrick

Miles Clark “Every day, I’m on a journey”, a book about life starting from the moment of birth. Clark goes into discussion of the meaning of the title and ultimately the discussion of the book.

Fitzpatrick performs and records “psychedelic” church services. Pyne goes into discussion of why this is and how effective it had become.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 12

Cherie Parker
Laird Brook Schmidt

Parker believes that finding a spouse following a divorce is not the answer for recently divorced women.

Schmidt is an ex teacher that became an actor after no school would accept his teaching techniques.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 13

John Arakelian
R. D. Rogers

John Arakelian and his brother tried to escape execution at “The Death March” of Armania by disguising themselves as women. Arakelian survived, but his brother didn’t.  Pyne discusses with him the details and definitions of the Turks, Christianity and the various movements of the time in Armania and amongst the immigrants that fled.

Rogers thinks there should be a law against Jewish men marrying non-Jewish women. She discusses her beliefs and understandings of Jewish society; specifically their raring of children.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 14

Charles Conley Lynch

Joe Pyne interviews Charles Conley Lynch on his views and beliefs as a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 15

Felix J. Frazer

Joe Pyne interviews Felix J Frazer, an expert on “Faith Healing.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 16

Robert Welch

Joe Pyne interviews the founder  of one of the nations most controversial conservative organizations, The John Birch Society.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 17

Paul Costi
Jane Doe

Joe Pyne interviews Paul Costi, America’s “Number One” bookmaker.

“Jane Doe” is the  author of the book “Crazy,” the story of her real life institutionalism in a mental facility.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 18

Dr. Patricia A. Eckley
Jess Stearn

Joe Pyne interviews Doctor Patricia A. Eckley, author of the book “Against The Tide:  A Psychiatric Case Study,” about her views as to how the nation’s mental health problems should be deal with.

Jess Stearn is the  author of the book “Edgar Cayce:  The Sleeping Prophet.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 19

Peter Melnick
Beverly Aadland

Joe Pyne interviews Peter Melnick about his views and beliefs about God.

Pyne interviews Beverly Aadland, the beautiful teen-aged mistress of Erroll Flynn; his affair with him resulted in his being charged with statutory rape.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 20

Michael Laski

Joe Pyne interviews Michael Laski, prominent avowed American communist, who believes with Communist China’s possession of nuclear weapons is the only guarantor of world peace.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 21

Jacqueline Cochran
Dr. Hugh J. Schonfield

Joe Pyne interviews famed aviatrix Jacqueline Cochran, who explains why and how she hopes to become the first female astronaut.

Pyne also interviews Dr. Hugh J. Schonfield on his new book, “The Passover Plot.”  Schonfield’s controversial thesis is that Jesus did not die on the cross, and that the resurrection never took place.

THEJOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 22

Pete and Betty Wilson
Robert Nelson and Dr. Ralph Mackie

Joe Pyne interviews Pete and Betty Wilson about their participation in what they characterize as “social sex.”

Pyne gives Robert Nelson and Dr. Ralph Mackie to debate their disagreement as to the efficacy of freezing a human body for up to a year, so that it can later be thawed and brought back to life, thus opening the possibility of eventually extending human life far into the future.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 23

C. B Buchanan
Arnold Lupine
Howard Jarvis

Joe Pyne interviews C. B Buchanan, author of the book “How To Get The Right Job In Selling And Marketing.”

Next Joe Pyne interviews Arnold Lupine, a “hypnotic consultant,” about his work with doctors and dentist.

The last interview is of Howard Jarvis,  founder of the original American “Conservative Party” on what it means to be a conserviative in contemporary American politics.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 24

Nick Stewart
William Breedlove
Louis T. Culling

Joe Pyne interviews Nick Stewart — comedian, writer, producer and former Lightnin’ from the Amos ‘n Andy show.  Stewart has founded “The Ebony Showcase Theatre of Arts and Cultural Center” to develop and showcase Black talent.

Next Joe Pyne interviews William Breedlove, author of the book “Swap Clubs” and how and why they work, and Breedlove’s personal experience wth them.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Louis T. Culling on his practice of the art of what he calls “Sex Magic.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 25

Dr. Robert L. Wyckoff
Susy Smith
Dr. Jim Jones
Ralph Ginzburg

Joe Pyne interviews Dr. Robert L Wyckoff, president of the organization “Friends of Rhodesia,” and learnd how the “Friends” plan to help this fledgling African nation.

Joe Pyne interviews Susy Smith, author of the book “ESP For The Millions.”

Pyne’ then interviews  Dr. Jim Jones, author of the book “Count To Four.”

Joe’s final interview in this program, is of Ralph Ginzburg,  who has been sentenced to 5 years in prison for having published a magazine “Eros,” which Ginzburg claims was simply devoted to the joys of love and sex, but was deemed pornographic by the Court.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 26

Skip Newhall
Bill Johns
William J. Kurdi

Joe Pyne interviews Skip Newhall on his views and beliefs in atheism.

Next Joe Pyne interviews Bill Johns, author of the book “The Pros and Cons of Bankruptcy.”

Finally Joe Pyne interviews psychologist William J Kurdi, a self-professed expert and lecturer on the subjects of abusive husbands and the four types of their alcoholism.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 27

Mary Ellen Cranford
Paul Popenoe
Jay Richard Kennedy

Joe Pyne interviews Mary Ellen Cranford about the Federal Income Tax.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Paul Popenoe, founder of the “American Institute of Family Relations.”  Pyne has Popenoe explain the relationship of an affair, to marriage.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Jay Richard Kennedy, author of one of a controversial best-seller, “Favor The Runner.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 28

Alfred Hassler
Jerry Leblanc
Dr. Richard Armour

Joe Pyne interviews Alfred Hassler, the National Executive Sectary of the “Fellowship of Reconciliation” as well as being the publisher of its magazine, “Fellowship.”

Next Joe Pyne interviews Jerry Leblanc, a reporter for the Santa Monica “Outlook”who claims to be a spy.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Doctor Richard Armour, a college professor and author of the book “Going Around in Academic Circles.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 29

Jim Hardin
Adele I. Springer
Dr. Alveray Hunkins

Joe Pyne interviews Jim Hardin about his belief that the United States Government has deliberately misled the public about the situation in the Dominican Republic.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Adele I. Springer about her views on a world court.

Finally Joe Pyne interviews Doctor Alveray Hunkins about his views of the new Medicare Program.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 30

Allen Noonan
Dave Burke
William Rendell

Joe Pyne interviews Allen Noonan, who believes himself to be the “True Messiah.”

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Dave Burke, the National Director of the Parachute Club of America, who defends the new “sport” of skydiving.

Finally Joe Pyne interviews William Rendell, author of the book “How To Live Younger And Look Younger.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 31

Donald E. Smallwood
Dolly Facter
Lawrence Lipton

Joe Pyne interviews Donald E. Smallwood, attorney-at-law,  who in a letter to the editor of a major newspaper attackedthe American Bar Association for shirking its professional responsibilities.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Dolly Facter, author of the book “The Doctrine of The Buddha.”

Finally Joe Pyne interviews Lawrence Lipton, who says he has been viciously and unfairly attacked by the right wing.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 32

Arthur Karsten
Abbie Taylor
Charles W. Doak

Joe Pyne interviews Professor Arthur Karsten about the new Medicare Program.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Abbie Taylor, where she discuss her job of getting married people involved with other married people.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Charles W. Doak, the chairman of the “Church and Society Comity of the Presbyter,”  of one of the nation’s largest and most influential Presbyterian Churces, based in  Los Angeles California.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 33

Norris and Ross McWhirter
Jean Davis
William Douglas Lansford

Joe Pyne interviews Norris and Ross McWhirter, twins who edit “The Guinness Book of World Records.”

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Jean Davis, who relates how she managed to escape from a life-threatening African experience.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews William Douglas Lansford, author of the book “Pancho Villa,” a ground-breaking biography about the Mexican revolutionary which contains information and photographs never previously  published.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 34

Sally Rand
Reverend Clifford Carpenter
Dr. Robert L. Doctor

Joe Pyne interviews the legendary “fan dancer” striptease artiste Sally Rand about her show business career.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Reverend Clifford Carpenter, who explains the relationship of UFOs to the Bible.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Dr. Robert L. Doctor on his beliefs that television may be creating a new kind of disadvantaged class of children.

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 35

Jack J. Rosenthal
Reba Meadows
Henry Still

Joe Pyne interviews Jack J. Rosenthal, a West Coast matrimonial attorney, about the reasons for the high divorce rate.

Next, Joe Pyne interviews Reba Meadows,  a lesbian, alcoholic, and prostitute.

Finally, Joe Pyne interviews Henry Still, author of the book “Will The Human Race Survive.”

THE JOE PYNE RADIO SHOW, VOLUME 36

Robert E. Schmidt
James Clancy & Dean Pitztal
Senator Alvin C. Weingand & Elizabeth Brereton

Joe Pyne interviews Robert E. Schmidt, co-author of the book “Nowhere To Go… But Out!”

Next, Joe Pyne interviews James Clancy, an attorney representing “The Citizens for Decent Literature” as well as attorney Dean Pitztal.

Lastly, Joe Pyne interviews State Senator Alvin C. Weingand of Santa Barbara, California, about his proposal for mandatry self-defense training for girls. Pyne also interviews ex-police women Elizabeth Brereton.