Brigade Radio One


The Steven L. Sears Show


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Where Steven stumbles his way through his first episode, getting used to the equipment and opining on his past.  SPECIAL GUEST - Jessica Brawner, author of "Charisma +1, the Guide to Convention Etiquette"

Jessica Brawner


Where Steven introduces Babs Greyhosky, an extraordinary person.  Aside from writing on such shows as MAGNUM PI, GREATEST AMERICAN HERO, THE A-TEAM and so many others, she was the Executive Producer of RIPTIDE, the first series I ever worked on and my big break. Babs was also responsible for me working on XENA. We discuss the past, the shows we've worked on together, our strong continuing friendship, and her recent endeavors as a psychologist working with Veterans.


Where Steven does a couple of remote episodes from Comic Cons.  
Joining me at Comic Con Palm Springs the weekend of August 24-27, 2017, is Jon Schnepp, an independent filmmaker, director of  METALOCALYPSE, producer/director/writer of the documentary THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN LIVES: WHAT HAPPENED?
At Long Beach Comic Con the weekend of September 2-3, 2017, I was joined by Neo Edmund, author/screenwriter/comic book writer and the host of his own show on Brigade Radio One, Neo's Con Quest



Where Steven chats to a few personal friends who happen to be among the best of Character Interpreters (Cosplay Actors).
Recorded live from the Combat Radio Christmas for Children event at the Salt Creek Grille in Valencia on December 2nd, 2017 where they volunteered their time and talents to entertain thrilled wide-eyed children.
First up is Paul Townsend, a talented actor, voice-over artists and one of the best Indiana Jones cosplayers in the business, hired by Lucasfilm to do various Indiana Jones event openings, and in full Indie gear for the event. 
And the every effervescent Bernadette Bentley and Cathy Kutz, who showed up at the event in their Xena and Gabrielle characters.  Both mutli-talented entertainers, I met originally met them as a result of the Xena fandom and they have become personal friends along the way. 


Where Steven has a fascinating chat with Jeff Abugov, one of the creative minds behind such TV series as ROSEANNE, GRACE UNDER FIRE, TWO AND A HALF MEN and many other iconic favorites of the sit-com world.  He talks about working in TV and his new endeavors as an author.
Then Author Dave Zobel takes the microphone to talk about his book THE SCIENCE OF TV'S THE BIG BANG THEORY which discusses, duh, the actual science behind the TV series. 


Where Steven talks about a strange phone in the middle of night, rambling through related topics including how he gets to his creative space, to the tangents of gullibility and finally getting to an interview he did at Nerdbot with the Gentleman Nerd, William O’Neill, an amazing artist.
 His work spans pop culture and geekdom with a unique eye.  As a note, there is a bit of silence between the theme song and when Steven starts talking, so stay with it. 



More to come.... stay tuned (or check back, more accurately)