Show 112 starts with Bill giving a little education on beer. Stig notes that there is no Italian collusion with the Java Muses.
At 4:02, Stig and Bill look at the details of the special legislative session for Texas. Included in the discussion is some of the Governor’s special issues. The segment ends with a ranking of office rental space in the state.
At 12:58, in the business news segment, Bill notes the interesting problem the Rocket’s sale includes. There is also a discussion on a few of the potential buyers of the team.
At 18:50, Stig mentions a new policy in cooperation between the city and sheriff’s offices about field drug testing and a very large number of false positives and false confessions. On a lighter note, Bill explains an unwelcomed beer tasting.
At 25:10, the show wraps up with a sports segment including the recent Copa de Oro game at BBVA, a major Astros injury, and what’s new for Bill and Stig.
At 14:29, Stig goes through the five stages of grieving on Twitter after a celebrity dies.
At 22:16, Bill and Stig go over a few things that happened in the Houston Sports world. Stig slams a Texas Ranger broadcast. Bill brings us up to date on Houston Roller Derby. Stig finally has one sticker for all. The show concludes with Bill sharing a new iPad application and Stig discovers something old on YouTube.
Show 6 is a special interest show about the evolution of sports broadcasting in Houston. We are joined by John Royal who covered the story of the demise of Comcast Sports Net Houston for a blog for the Houston Press.
With a new broadcast entity for the Rockets and Astros, we take a look at what happened over the last couple of years, reflect back on the history of broadcasting sports in Houston, and contemplate the future for viewers.
Show 6 starts with the announcement of javamuses.javatime.us
At 4:35, an interview with John Royal about the death of Comcast Sports Net Houston and sports broadcasting history in Houston.
At 16:19, Part 2 of our interview with John Royal.
At 26:36, Bill and Stig discuss “Too Many Cooks”
At 31:56, Bill tell us about his new home appliance and Stig considers the art of Nick Anderson