The Robert Wuhl show



31Jan

The countdown to the Super Bowl continues tomorrow as Robert welcomes Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio.

Some off-shore bookmakers check in with some advice for all of you who may, hypothetically speaking of course, have action on the big game.

Pat Williams, senior vice president of the Orlando Magic, will be sharing stories from his new book on American icon, John Wooden.

Call in and participate in the conversation…855.500.WUHL (9854). And be sure to tweet at Robert….twitter.com/wuhlradio

31Jan

Robert’s guests:

Full audio of today’s show after the jump

31Jan

Carmelo Anthony and the Nuggets visit one of Anthony’s on-again, off-again suitors tonight: The New Jersey Nets.

Seth Everett, the pre/half/post-game host of the Nets broadcasts on WFAN, joined Robert to talk about tonight’s game, and Carmelo’s future. Podcast of the conversation after the jump.


31Jan

Michael Hiestand joined Robert today for a spirited conversation about the upcoming Super Bowl broadcast. Audio after the jump.

31Jan

If you aim to lead a calm, measured life…stay away from Jim Gray. The man has reported from the eye of every media hurricane in recent memory. He joined the conversation today. Podcast of Jim and Robert after the jump.

31Jan

Robert and producer Dark Dave talked about it, and here it is.


31Jan

John Barry has died. He was 77. If you don’t know him, you know his music. He wrote the music for 12 James Bond films, including the franchise’s signature fuzz guitar theme.

Barry won Oscars for his work on the 1966 film “Born Free,” and for 1990′s “Dances With Wolves.”

31Jan

The Wilpons own the New York Mets. They own 100% of the Mets.

Because of a recent lawsuit stemming from the Benie Madoff Ponzi scheme, the Wilpons may be on the hook for between $300 million and $1 billion.

25% of the Mets is now for sale. The New York Times wonders if that’s worth buying.

31Jan

Adam Potter – this guy – fell off a mountain. The fall constituted a rapid descent of over 1,000 feet, including an initial tumble off a 300-foot cliff. Check the link for Gawker’s very helpful “How-To” guide for people who climb, and fall off of, mountains.

Potter is reportedly making plans to climb Mr. Everest in the coming months.


31Jan

Steve Lavin is 12-8 so far in his first year as St. John’s head basketball coach. He’s already enjoyed two 5-game winning streaks.

You may know Lavin best from two of his previous gigs: He was a thoroughly entertaining analyst for ESPN from 2003-2010. Before that, he was the head coach at UCLA. The mere mention of Lavin in certain West Los Angeles neighborhoods can still trigger passionate rhetoric, and fierce debate.

According to Wikipedia, Steve Lavin is one of only two coaches in the country, along with Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski, to lead his team to five national quarterfinals (Sweet 16s) in six years in the NCAA tournament.

He also has great hair. Steve Lavin joined the conversation today. Podcast of the interview after the jump.