- Thurl Bailey, Utah Jazz broadcaster and former NBA player
- David Wild, contributing editor to Rolling Stone, writer of the 2011 Grammys telecast
- Eddie George, actor and former NFL star
- Royce Reed of VH1′s “Basketball Wives”
- Lee Zeidman runs Staples Center
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Lee Zeidman runs Staples Center, which for the past 11 years has been the center of Los Angeles Cultural Life, and therefore, the Universe. In the next two weeks, the Staples Center will host the Grammys and the NBA All-Star Game.
Read more about the Angeleno-centric model of the Cosmos here.
Check out a podcast of the conversation between Zeidman and Robert after the jump.
Royce Reed from VH1′s jaw-droppingly awesome show “Basketball Wives” joined Robert today in studio. Podcast after the jump.
I can’t really speak to how over-or-under appreciated Eddie George was during his playing career. I honestly don’t know enough about how people perceive him. I will say this: Dude won the Heisman. And, in 2000, he rushed for over 1500 yards and 14 touchdowns in the NFL, which is a man’s league. He joined Robert today. Podcast of the conversation after the jump.
David Wild wrote the telecast for this year’s Grammys. This one time, Robert wrote the Grammys with Billy Crystal. Wild is also a contributing editor for Rolling Stone. Podcast of the conversation after the jump.
Thurl Bailey is a broadcaster for the Utah Jazz. He also played just a bit back in the day. He spoke to Robert about Jerry Sloan’s departure from the Jazz bench, and about a little-known game played between the University of Houston and North Carolina State in 1983. Podcast after the jump.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is no stranger to the Robert Wuhl Show. Mubarak returned to the conversation today. “Interview” with the deposed Egyptian leader after the jump.
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