Available later than we like, but with a running time a little bit longer than you might have hoped, the brand new episode of "The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR" boasts new member initiations, an historic interview clip with longtime club chaplain Reverend Jim Brougher describing how he joined the club in 1930, and current chaplain Reverend Barbara Adams explaining the mythological history of black cats.
October saw the Breakfast Club produce an Encore Sunday event and you can enjoy western heritage music performances from that night, a story about the history of chili cook-offs and a tribute to that great western star and good ham an' egger, the legendary Leo Carrillo.
Last month, in part 1 of our conversation with outgoing club members Fletch and Nancy Murray, we learned about J. Paul Getty, "life repair", Oklahoma and more. This month, in part 2, we learn about the Murray's camping adventures, their wedding adventure, their grown children, their ongoing filmmaking ambitions and much more.
As always, Lily drops by to preview all the events upcoming at the Democracy of Ham an' Eggs for the rest of 2018.
The proceedings are brought to you by that miracle drug in a mug - coffee! So, pour yourself a cup of Joe, hit "play", sit back, relax and enjoy!