In this episode of The Chris Bickford Show!, Chris reflects on his disastrous foray into the teaching profession. He considers his methods of dealing with bullies in the school yard and explains his unorthodox teaching techniques with math, geography and social studies. Interviewing an actress
In this episode of The Chris Bickford Show, it was not only Matt who was left speechless in the studio...it was the entire crew. Putting cooking oil in a car, talking to the 1-800 Kellogg's hotline about the wisdom of putting Mother in a home--it's an episode you won't want to miss!
Chris discusses the prejudice and discrimination that obese people face on a daily basis. He speaks to an Olive Garden Restaurant manager in the deep south as well as a modelling agent in L.A. This is said to be the best episode yet of The Chris Bickford Show!
Is this the best episode yet of The Chris Bickford Show? Well, even Matt mutely agrees it has to be in the top three. With a list of celebrity guests who will probably decline invitations to come on the show, and some very funny calls to some very big corporations, episode 6 is sure to please!
In this episode, Chris explores what it is the be an honest person versus a dishonest person. He makes reference to who he thinks are some of the most honest people in the world, people like Ted Haggard, Anthony Wiener and Jerry Sandusky. In his quest to be an honest person, Chris calls a potential
Chris talks about the Golden Gate bridge, the ancient act of Confession in the Catholic Church and other topics which--trust us--you don't want to miss. All this and more on episode one of The Chris Bickford Show! on HotTalkLA!
Dan Levy, who works side-by-side with Howard Stern on Sirius XM had the good fortune (or perhaps misfortune) of being the featured guest on this installment of The Chris Bickford Show! At the conclusion of the interview, he emailed Chris with five simple capitalized words, "WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?!"
In episode 16, Chris calls a boutique luxury hotel to see what they have available for his honeymoon budget. He also goes over some great ideas for the underprivileged that allow them to stretch their budgets and to get the most out of life. All this and more in a particularly entertaining episode o
Chris gets a job at Starbucks and one week later, realizes he needs to make some major changes in his life. Starbucks claims to be non-discriminatory and to be inclusive of all others, but is this really true? Chris calls them while off-duty and finds out for himself.
Chris talks about his stint as an unlicensed marriage counselor, and explains why his problem-solving strategies for couples work best. An especially disturbing episode.