Radio Appearance ESPN Humboldt Sports Radio Eureka CA

Doc appears on radio ESPN 1340 AM/92.7 FM Northcoast Tonight with Tag Wotherspoon and JB Mathers, Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 4:00 PM.

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In the United States NFL  football (American style) is still king but television ratings are slipping, pro and NCAA basketball begins once again anew – yet in in Latin America, soccer is the reigning passion of the people.

The land-locked country of Bolivia once again struggles to qualify for a World Cup spot in Russia for 2018 – catch up with Doc Stull as he gives his final report on his Bolivian adventures in the high-altitude wine country country in southern Bolivia near the Argentinian border in the soulful town of Tarija, his “game-changing” tour in the surreal oxygen-deprived bowels of the Cerro Rico silver mine at 12,300 feet in Potosi where two centuries ago it was written that the Spanish Empire mined enough silver to build a bridge from the heart of South America to Madrid, and many more adventures with Humboldt County’s own Anthony Bourdain before Doc’s return next week back to the Redwood Curtain.

 

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Radio Appearance ESPN Humboldt Sports Radio Eureka CA

Doc appears on radio ESPN 1340 AM/92.7 FM Northcoast Tonight with Tag Wotherspoon and JB Mathers, October 6, 2016 at 4:00 PM.

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Remember the movie classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid with Robert Redford and Paul Newman?   The two real-life American adventurers and outlaws escaped to….Bolivia!  Join Tag when he talks to Doc,  live from Sucre, Bolivia where he is currently in Spanish language school, traveling.

We’ll talk  talk about one of the biggest soccer games of the year – Bolivia’s re-vitalized national team as they take on powerhouse Olympic Gold Medal winner, Brazil, in a qualifying match at the halfway point for the upcoming World Cup in Russia.   Of course, it’s simply David and Goliath – it would be the upset of the ages.

And Doc will talk about adventures with the world of ChiCha, the famous corn-based beer and the game of sapo (toad or frog) in the tiny town of Yotalla, Bolivia, where the locals looked on as Doc and the players got animated with Bolivia’s own inexpensive but packed-with-a punch traditional home-brew!

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Radio Appearance

Doc appears on live on radio ESPN 1340 AM Northcoast Tonight with Tag Wotherspoon and JB Mathers,  Monday, September 15, 2014 at 4:30 PM at 6 Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville

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Doc talks about  the political-economy of sports in the wake of the current NFL controversies of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, reads an excerpt from his upcoming Friday spoken-word/jazz show and discusses his new project about the magical and bittersweet baseball fiction of Nicaraguan author Sergio Ramirez who evokes the image of great Yankee Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel coming in a dream to a young boy to discuss the meaning of  the only perfect game in World Series history.

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Radio Appearance

Doc appears on radio ESPN 1340 AM Northcoast Tonight Friday, August 22, 2014 at 6:40 PM live at the Hotel Ivanhoe in the Victorian Village of Ferndale with Tag Watherspoon.

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Doc and Tag talk about the tradition of the fair,  the importance of nostalgia and preserving a piece of classic Americana – The Humboldt County Fair since 1896.   Doc reads his poem “Day at the Fair”  which was part of a Norman Rockwell and American Sport Art piece on ESPN Sports Radio 1340 AM Eureka (Click here) and written on a single-malt scotch soaked napkin at Ferndale’s classic  Hotel Ivanhoe  back in 2010.

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Radio Appearance

Doc appears on live on radio ESPN 1340 AM Northcoast Tonight with Tag Wotherspoon and JB Mathers,  Monday, August 18, 2014 at 5:00 PM at 6 Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville

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Doc talks about the physiology of race-walking, the meaning of nostalgia – and the  Humboldt County’s tradition of the fair in Ferndale, Also – commentary  one of the great conspiracy theories in sport come true; Joshua Prager’s Echoing Green, about Bobby Thompson’s 1951 play-off home-run “shot heard round the world” against the Brooklyn Dodgers and long-standing rumors that the New York Giants had been stealing signs on every  pitch in the latter part of the season including during that historic playoff.   And how one of baseball’s greatest writers asked Prager not to print the story – so powerfully do people identify with that moment and want to understandably hang on to  feelings of nostalgia fearing the  loss of innocence in telling the “real story” behind great sport memories.  Also a discussion  about the state of Division I college athletics and the NCAA and the “professionalization” of D1 college athletics.

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Radio Appearance

Listen to Doc on Radio El Sol on KMEC 105.1 FM at 5:00 PM, Monday, July 14, 2014

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Doc and radio host Annie Esposito will  about  Doc’s current piece on El Sol Bilingue piece on Cuban baseball history and the great urban myth “alternate’ history tale of Fidel Castro.

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http://www.kmecradio.org:8200/live.m3u