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Classic Hour

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

NOTE: Since the recent release of Apple’s newest iOS 10, we have noticed problems with the videocast and audio streams in these posts on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10. We did some digging, and it seems to be a very widespread problem affecting HTML5 video and audio players on iOS 10 devices. The problem is on on Apple’s end, not ours, and they have said that a fix is in the works for the coming days/ weeks. If you are having problems accessing the videocast or the streaming audio link in these posts on your iOS 10 iPhone or iPad, we recommend viewing or listening from a computer until Apple releases that update soon. Note this applies only to these posts. The BSP Subscriber iTunes podcast link is not affected by this and is running normally. Thank you! UPDATE: we have fixed video on mobile. If you are still having problems accessing the “stream” on mobile, click the option that says “download” instead of stream. On iOS 10, that will allow you to stream the show. Thank you for your patience!

Channel 19 news anchor believes he’s the victim of anti-Semitism at a local yacht club. Bobbie and Steve Dooley are marching on LA county. Bobbie forgot to vote but thinks she’s been ‘disenfranchised.’ Frank Grey is back on the golf course railing against Rudy Giuliani and butchering up shot after shot.

The BSP Classic Show is an offering from November 16, 2004. Dean Wheeler is upset at the solders in Iraq cursing and smoking, and thinks Bush should tell them to stop. Plus, Bud Dickman and autistic DJ Roy Wallace play classical music.

Episode 773 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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  • Michael John
    Michael John

    Is the videocast the same as Monday’s for anyone else or just me?

  • Paul Girolamo

    No pre-show today?

  • Sean

    Hey Phil, how about if Don Berman tries to do an investigative report on Sweet Farm?

  • Gary Harper

    Apes in Tracksuits, Mule Soda…Remind me of Powdermilk Bisquits. Phil mentioned a meet and greet at a local bar. I don’t think that is wise Phil. You better than anyone know the levels of mental illness that some of your “followers” have stepped to. You are more famous than you know. I would propose that you limit the number of people you meet with at any given time. A group of 7-10 people you have personally selected. I am fairly knowledgeable about personal security. You need to be.

    • Dave.rossak

      Seriously, I actually think there should be no meet and greets (unless the artist really wants to). Think about crazy people here like (in my opinion) Julie Williams (or whatever that freakshow’s name is). I believe that lady (?) is legitimately unhinged and honestly would recommend Phil just eschew meet-and-greets overall. I don’t think artists owe anything like that to their audience at all.

  • Gary Harper

    I had to listen because of the description. I’m sure I won’t be disappointed.

  • Aaron

    I think the video is from Monday’s show.

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