Bob Edwards Weekend, August 17-18, 2013
Political Junkie and former political editor for NPR Ken Rudin reunites with Bob to discuss their favorite political stories of the week.
is a political reporter for The Washington Post
and in his new book, Collision 2012
, he shares behind the scenes details from our most recent presidential campaign. Balz joins Bob to discuss what 2016 might hold for both parties and what we can learn from last year’s race between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
In his latest book, astrophysicist Mario Livio
reports on colossal mistakes made by great scientists that led to profound changes in our understanding of life on Earth and the formation and structure of the universe. Livio’s book is titled Brilliant Blunders
Bob talks with Reggie Pace and Lance Koehler about founding No BS! Brass
. With four trombones, three trumpets, a sax, a tuba and drums, the band can really make some noise. They’ve been rocking fans in the Richmond, Virginia area for years, now the band is hoping to introduce its sound to the rest of the country. They will start by blowing the windows out of our performance studio. The No BS Brass Band has two new CDs out now, RVA All Day
and Fight Song: A Tribute to Charles Mingus
Bob Edwards Weekend airs on Sirius XM Public Radio (XM 121, Sirius 205) Saturdays from 8-10 AM ET.