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Poly Hai
Episode #327 from Sep 14th 2014

Poly Hai

This week talking about a little thing called Polly Hai, more on this interesting educational institution. We will look at the funeral of Joan Rivers. A Wisconsin car wrecking yard is about to close and you will be amazed what is hidden behind the wire fence. Plus the best exotica and lounge music across the globe of course....

Vince Guaraldi
Episode #326 from Sep 7th 2014

Vince Guaraldi

This week talking about the great jazz artist Vince Guraldi who many might remember from the Peanuts cartoon. Well, he was a whole lot more than that so we will talk to an author who has written a book all about his life. We have some news from across the globe and the best parties to attend with lots of things to include in the diary....

Stolen Idols
Episode #325 from Aug 31st 2014

Stolen Idols

Drew farmer from the Stolen Idols joins me on the show this week, got some stories on sixties decorating and some of the things we have forgotten from the past that are probably worth re igniting. I’ll also share a blog I wrote recently about modern life and how to live better, plus the best exotica and lounge music across the globe....

RIP Lauren Bacall
Episode #324 from Aug 24th 2014

RIP Lauren Bacall

Sad news last week of the passing of Lauren Bacall, so on this edition of the Cocktail Nation we will take a look at her life and times. News on what they call the “Steve McQueen effect”, news on a classic Cadillac dealership in trouble in Los Angeles, and I will take a look at what is happening on the neo lounge music scene from across the globe....

Kenny Sasaki
Episode #323 from Aug 17th 2014

Kenny Sasaki

We are in Tokyo Japan to talk to Kenny Sasaki from the Tiki Boys about his latest release called Bird Island. I’ve got a great little story about Mel’s Diner for you, and it turns out other radio shows have been talking about me so we will play some audio from that and find out what people have been saying about me. News as well about a bio pic about a legend of the sixties, Russ Meyer and you will...

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