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Author: Ariana R Cherry Ian Boothby Josh Annis

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The JIA Radio Network was first known as the Cloverleaf Radio Network.
It was founded by Ian Boothby on March 5th, 2008, broadcasting its first few shows out of a backroom in the station at the college. In 2009, "The New Dimension" brought about The Cloverleaf Radio Network, adding segments, radio reunions, special guest interviews, live broadcasts and interviews, and, in 2018, with the addition of friends Josh and Ariana, The network became "JIA" and expanded its horizon which now streams over 15 different networks!
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217 Episodes
Cloverleaf Radio's host "The Host with the Most " Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor Paul T. Taylor to the show, Best known for his work on such films as "Blonde Ambition" "Sin City", portraying the ICONIC Pinhead in "Hellraiser: Judgement", and SO much more! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Although Cloverleaf Radio celebrated our 15 Year Anniversary on March 5th, 2023...We decided to dig thru our archives of 14 year interviews and well wishes from our 2022 celebration! Many un-played, some you may have heard...Interviews w/ Sherry Holley (Buddy Holly's niece & musician) and Actor and Guinness World Record Holder for most costumed characters, Bill Blair return to talk with Jimmy about whats new in their lives, as well as reminisce! Also, promos from Actor Jonathan Joss (John Redcorn, Parks & Rec, Almost Heroes), Actor Andrew Gillies (Degrassi, Trailer Park Boys), Actor Wally Wingert (Batman: Arkham games, Family Guy, Invader Zim), AJ Benza (Mysteries & Scandals, Fame is a Bitch) Author Brian K Morris, and SO many more wonderful characters! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host With The Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes openly gay actor and producer, Bruce L. Hart! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host "The Host with the Most" Jimmy Falcon welcome back, Voiceover Actor, Greg Berg, as he discusses the union strike, meeting Jim Henson, growing up, and, his new adventure of speaking at conventions, bringing his over 4 decades of Voiceover experience to you! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host, "The Host with the Most" Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Comedian/Producer/Actor, Steve Bluestein makes his return to the show for the first time in nearly a decade! Biography via Doing stand up comedy for years, Steve Bluestein has finally come into his own as a playwright. His talent has been honed from years of pounding the boards in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno, Tahoe and countless comedy clubs across the nation. In the last few years his career (which includes television, feature films, cable and personal appearances) has taken a new direction. After writing for Norman Lear, he joined the sit com staff of “THIRTEEN EAST” for NBC, then went on to “TOTALLY HIDDEN VIDEO” as a segment producer for Fox TV and “THE NEW CANDID CAMERA” for Universal. Moving behind the scenes, he was production coordinator for SURPRISE GARDENER on HGTV. And rounding out his talents, his design skills were featured when his home was seen on Kitty Bartholomew’s YOU’RE HOME (also on HGTV). Most recently, his play WHEN ONE IS GONE won the Chameleon Theater Circle playwrights’ award, was also a finalist in the Palm Springs Playwrights’ Festival. His play Rest, In Pieces has been optioned for Broadway and most recently had a staged reading in New York City with Olympia Dukakis and Louis Zorich. To add to his list of credits, Steve has been cast in the lead of Sam Bobreck’s new play ANNOYANCE, which is in pre-production for a New York City opening. As always, Steve returns to his first love Stand-Up comedy as often as possible. His last tour has taken him from Coast to Coast. Most recently he opened for Lanie Kazan in concert and once again returning to Laughlin, Nevada to the Riverside Casino and The Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas. “A strong improviser, it is recommended you not sit up front if you don’t want to talk to this fast witted comedian. His stock and trade is his rapid wit and an ability to improvise on any subject at the drop of a hat. See his show over and over again, 80% of the material will be new.” “I have to do it that way”, says the comedian… “otherwise I get too bored to stand on stage!” Bored is something you won’t be, Steve is hysterical. Steve Bluestein is a man for all seasons, a comedian for all audiences… he’s a must see! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Olympic Legend, World's Strongest Man, Professional Wrestling Legend, Former WWF and AWA Wrestler, who appeared in Herb Abraham's UWF, as well as the Maccabiah Mania events in 1993 and 1997! Joining in the last half hour is Jeff "The Mighty Maccabee" Bukantz, Legendary Olympic Fencing coach and promoter of "Maccabiah Mania" (and frequent Cloverleaf Radio guest) which celebrates 30 years this year! Check it out!! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back, for the first time in OVER a decade, Former WWE Referee, Artist, and Actor, Aaron "Goose" Mahoney! Check it out!! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes longtime friend, local podcaster, photographer, musician, and author, Wendy Fleming-Dexter! Check it out!! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Artist and Illustrator, Paul E. Niemeyer! Biography via Paul E. Niemeyer started his career in video game art by illustrating for industry legend P. Farris in the art department at Bally/Midway from 1982-1984. At Bally/Midway, Paul did art on games like Tapper, PacMan Plus, Super PacMan, Professor PacMan, TRON, Satan's Hollow, Spy Hunter, WACKO, and an endless, anonymous list of prototype games. In 1984, Paul went freelance and had a dual career as an designer/illustrator in the Chicago ad agencies, and a game art designer/illustrator for the video game community. Paul worked on a number of gaming projects as a freelancer, but none was more prestigious, or well known as Mortal Kombat. In 1992, Paul did the final illustrations of the Mortal Kombat logo and the artwork on the cabinet, control panels, and the header for MORTAL KOMBAT! Through out the 1990's, Paul worked on promotional campaigns for movie properties like Little Mermaid, Jurassic Park II, Men in Black, Demolition Man, to name a few, as well as a myriad of ad campaigns for international companies and corporations. In 2000, Paul helped start Eagle Games, where he was the creative director and designed & illustrated art for the games. In 2006, Paul opened a top 10 rated haunted attraction known as ABYSS Haunted House and ran it successfully until 2014. Since then, Paul designs and builds props for escape rooms, theme parks, haunted attractions and fests all over the world, as well as getting to meet all the fans of all those great games from so long ago! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host, "The Host with the Most" Jimmy Falcon welcomes Artist and Musician, Mike Tempo of "The Bonedaddys", whose hit song "Waterslide" was featured in the comedy "I Love You, Man" starring Paul Rudd and Jason Segel! This interview also features a new, never before heard Bonedaddys song!!! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Frank Ferris, The owner of the late Dave the Math Dog, whose ability to answer common or complex math problems made him a worldwide sensation. Sadly, Dave died in 2009 at age 10, but his owners and his fans will always remember this mathematically inclined Golden Retriever! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes 35 plus year professional wrestler (including a stint in WWF) and longtime actor, Al Burke! *Biography via Burke is an American professional wrestler, stuntman and actor. He wrestled as enhancement talent for the World Wrestling Federation in the late 1980s-early 1990s. On the independent wrestling circuit he is better known under his ring name of Mr. Outrageous. His best known film appearance is as the "Large Billy Idol Fan" in the Adam Sandler movie The Wedding Singer! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Stuntman/Author, Jeff Podgurski! He's been seen in such films as "Eraser" "Ready to Rumble" "Charlie's Angels" and a host of others, as well as being a 5th Degree Black belt in karate and a champion boxer! -------------------------------------------------- Via Here I Am: An Unconventional Life” by Jeff Podgurski is a memoir of an eventful and epic life. The vivid tale traces a youth spent in Florida with an abusive step-father, to leaving home (and school) at 15, discovering Karate, Kickboxing, Heavyweight Boxing and stunt work on movies, all while dodging smugglers, Mafia types and unsavory people who were "detrimental to my existence." In his varied and exciting career, Jeff went on to become a U.S. Grand National Karate Champion. Jeff is a former world-rated Professional Kickboxer, holds a 5th Degree Black Belt and was named Sports Illustrated’s Number Ten Heavyweight Boxer in the world, not to mention, inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame and all-round swell guy. --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor and Radio personality, Shadoe Stevens! From Wikipedia: Shadoe Stevens is an American radio host, voiceover actor, and television personality. He was the host of American Top 40 from 1988 to 1995. He currently hosts the internationally syndicated radio show Top of the World, and co-hosts Mental Radio, an entertaining approach to UFOs and paranormal topics. He was co-founder and creator of Sammy Hagar's rock station "Cabo Wabo Radio" which broadcast from the Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. In television, he was the announcer for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS and, as of July 2015, serves as the primary continuity announcer for the Antenna TV network. His voice can also be heard as the voiceover for "G.O.D." in the Off-Broadway musical Altar Boyz. Stevens is also often heard on Hits & Favorites, calling in at least once a week to share wisdom with his brother Richard Stevens and their friend Lori St. James. --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Actor, Director, Producer, and Writer, Gregory Blair! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Artist and Illustrator, Bally/Midway, Paul E. Niemeyer, Best known for his work on such games as "Tron" "Mortal Kombat" "Ms. Pac-Man" and every "Pac-Man" spin-off that followed, "Satan's Hollow" "Transformers" "Demolition Man" "Tapper" as well as numerous properties for Disney! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Author Dacre Stoker, The Great Grand Nephew of Dracula Author Bram Stoker! From Wikipedia:. Dacre Calder Stoker (born August 23, 1958) is a Canadian-American author, sportsman and filmmaker. Stoker was born in Montreal, Quebec. He is the great-grandnephew of Irish author Bram Stoker, the author of the 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. He lived in his childhood in Montreal, Quebec and attended the Bishop's College School. He taught for several years at Appleby College. Stoker is a former member of the Canadian men's pentathlon team. He coached the team at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Because of the Stokers' frustrating history with Dracula's copyright, Dacre, with encouragement from screenwriter Ian Holt, decided to write "a sequel that bore the Stoker name" to "reestablish creative control over" the original novel. In 2009, Dracula the Un-dead was released, written by Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt. Both writers claim to have "based [their work] on Bram Stoker's own handwritten notes for characters and plot threads excised from the original edition" along with their own research for the sequel, though the plot and characters often directly contradict the original novel. This also marked Dacre Stoker's writing debut. Winnipeg Free Press reviewer Kenneth MacKendrick called it "tempting enough to read and bad enough to be controversial, striking a balance between sensationalism and mediocrity". Stoker contributed to Dracula in Visual Media: Film, Television, Comic Book and Electronic Game Appearances, 1921–2010, along with Caroline Joan Picart, David J. Skal, J. Gordon Melton and John Edgar Browning. Stoker directed, produced and wrote the 2011 documentary film Dracula meets Stoker. Stoker, with his colleague Hans C. De Roos, is currently working on a Bram Stoker Dracula travel guide which will identify real-life locations mentioned in Stoker's novel as well as highlight the places Bram grew up in. In 2018, he released Dracul, a prequel to Dracula which he wrote alongside J. D. Barker. Paramount has purchased the rights for the movie. Director Andy Muschietti, It producers Barbara Muschietti and Roy Lee have been hired to work on it. Dacre, his wife, Jenne Stoker, and their two children live in Aiken, South Carolina, where he is the executive director of the Aiken Land Conservancy. Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor Stuart Pankin to the show! From Wikipedia:. Stuart Pankin (born April 8, 1946) is an American actor. He is known for his role as anchor Bob Charles in Not Necessarily the News and as the voice of Earl Sinclair in Dinosaurs. Stuart is also known for his portrayal of Commander Edward Plank in the Zenon trilogy films, and Orthodox Jew Ben Heineman in Curb Your Enthusiasm, as well as making many guest appearances in many television shows and for lending his voice to various animated shows and films. Among his approximately three dozen films was Hollywood Knights. He also appeared in Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves and Arachnophobia and as Jimmy in Fatal Attraction. Early in his career, Pankin frequently performed at St. Vincent Summer Theatre and still returns to perform there often. Pankin is known for his portrayal as anchor Bob Charles on HBO's Not Necessarily the News, as well for voicing Earl Sinclair in the family sitcom Dinosaurs, he is also known for playing the father Mike Dooley on the short-lived sitcom Nearly Departed. Pankin also played an Orthodox Jew in Curb Your Enthusiasm. Pankin made many guest appearances and lent his voice to animated shows, as well for appearing in numerous television commercials. One of Pankin's earliest film appearances was as asthmatic musician/magician Dudley Laywicker in Hollywood Knights. Among his approximately three dozen film appearances, he starred in Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, Zenon: The Zequel, and Zenon: Z3 as Commander Plank. He also appeared in Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, as the brother of Wayne Szalinski, and also co-starred as a bossy, self-important lawman in the horror/comedy Arachnophobia. Pankin also appeared as an absent-minded professor in a series of edutainment 3D films (Encounter in the Third Dimension and Misadventures in 3D), designed for large-screen IMAX theaters. He has been a spokesman in infomercials, including for the WalkFit Phase 4 Orthotics shoe insert. Although Pankin is known for comedy roles and game show appearances (e.g., The $100,000 Pyramid), he has sometimes also taken dramatic roles, such as in the thriller Fatal Attraction. Pankin also appeared on Ken Reid's TV Guidance Counselor Podcast on January 24, 2017. Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes back Author, Motivational speaker, and eldest brother of Chris Farley, Tom Farley Jr! Biography via Tom Farley is the brother of the late actor and comedian Chris Farley, who died in 1997 as a result of substance abuse. From 1999 to 2012, Tom Farley was the founder and president of The Chris Farley Foundation, which used humor to deliver prevention messages to teens and young adults. In 2008 he co-authored the New York Times bestselling book, The Chris Farley Show, a Biography in Three Acts (Viking Press), which received national media attention and wide critical acclaim. Tom Farley is currently executive director of marketing and communications at Clarke University in Dubuque, IA. Tom Farley was born in Madison, Wisconsin and graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in Marketing. He spent over sixteen years as a marketing and communications executive in the New York City area, with financial services marketing and global branding roles for companies such as Citibank, Bear, Sterns & Co. and KPMG. Tom Farley began building The Chris Farley Foundation using the same skills he gained in his business career, by developing a strategic plan, building the brand, and leveraging his own talents as a communicator. He established the use of humor and other innovative communication methods as a means to deliver messages to kids, teens, and young adults on the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. His first major project for the Foundation was the the production of two nationally run, award winning commercials that featured the cast of Saturday Night Live. From there, Tom Farley began work developing the unique, humor-based communications program that leveraged the Foundation's demonstrated ability to attract and retain the attention of youth audiences. The Foundation's core program was workshop-based, which effectively used the experiential elements of Improvisation. An entertaining, funny and engaging public speaker, Tom Farley is frequently asked to provide his knowledge and experience on substance abuse prevention, non-profit management, and building successful brands. He has been a keynote speaker and presenter at numerous conferences, conducted briefings on Capitol Hill and to state legislative committees and participated as a panelist at two branding conferences on the topic of developing a state brand for Wisconsin. He has also been featured in People Magazine and USA Today, and interviewed on Today Show, Good Morning America, The View, Fox News, Larry King Live, and featured in two CNN special reports on substance abuse. Tom Farley has three adult children and lives in Dubuque, IA. Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
Cloverleaf Radio's host The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon welcomes Actor/Writer/Producer/Director Vinnie Bilancio, best known for his work on such TV shows and movies as "Sorority House Massacre" "Babylon 5" "American Pie" "Magus" "Blood Gnome" "Shoot or Be Shot" "Dark Realm" and SO much more in an over 30 year career! Check it out! --- Support this podcast:
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