The Andy's Treasure Trove Podcast
By Andy Moore
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Welcome to the Andy’s Treasure Trove podcast, where your host Andy Moore interviews fascinating people and takes you along on audio adventures exploring Culture, Art, and Fun in San Francisco and beyond. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this podcast (it’s free) so that each episode will be automatically delivered to you. Thanks, and happy listening!
||Explicit20 – In London With Peter & Kath Hart||This episode of Andy’s Treasure Trove features two great fans of my podcast, Peter and Kath Hart of London. When my family and I were in London a few years ago, we spent a very pleasant day with them, I presented them with some Andy’s Treasure Trove||1/10/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit19 – SPARKS – An Homage to Ron & Russell Mael||This is my homage to my favorite band, Sparks, and the core of Sparks, brothers Ron & Russell Mael. I speak to Tosh Berman of Tam Tam Books, who wrote a book about a history-making Sparks 21-album concert series in London and who published a book of Sp.||9/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit18 – Voices of the Green Rush – Cannabis Job Fair in San Francisco||Interviews from the April 30, 2016 "Join the Green Rush" cannabis job fair in San Francisco, plus an interview with Mario Furloni about his and Kate McLean's documentary Pot Country and the feature film, Freeland, that it inspired.||5/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit17 – Bob & Ray (with guests Bob Elliott and Tom Lehrer)||A salute to the pioneering comedy team of Bob & Ray, featuring a new interview with Bob Elliott, many excerpts from Bob & Ray recordings, and some recent appreciative comments by another comedy great Tom Lehrer.||12/31/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit16 – Author Sarah Schulman||Episode 16 features an interview from 2009 with the noted writer Sarah Schulman, the author of After Dolores, Shimmer, People in Trouble, Rat Bohemia, Stagestruck, and many others. Andy chats with Sarah about, among other things,||11/2/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit15 – Candace Roberts, Becky Haycox & Lorenzo Barrar||Episode 15 begins with a mammoth roll of thunder recorded here in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago. Then there's a 2.5 min. interview with Becky Haycox (winner of the recent iPod contest) about the "science quilts" she is making in Ventura,||4/23/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit14 – Orson Welles’ Trials and Tribulations||Episode 14 is a very short episode. We’re going to hear from Orson Welles as he struggles to record some TV commercials. But first I will announce the winner of the contest for the Apple iPod that was based on the name of Manny Roth’s home-made brea||12/23/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit13 – Richard Conrad, Classical Singer, on Joan Sutherland, Noel Coward, Marilyn Horne and Adlai Stevenson…||Singer Richard Conrad is interviewed, and he reflects back on a career that got a big boost early on from opera superstar Joan Sutherland and her husband Richard Bonynge when they asked him to record The Age of Bel Canto with them and Marilyn Horne in .||8/9/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit12 – Manny Roth of Cafe Wha?, Music by Candace Roberts||Episode 12 starts with music from the new album Honeymoon for One by Candace Roberts. Then Andy interviews Manny Roth, who ran the famous Cafe Wha? in New York City, presenting up-and-coming entertainers like Bob Dylan, Bill Cosby, Peter, Paul & Mary,||6/10/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit11 – Terence Davies Interview, Music by David Lisle||Episode 11 starts with two potential theme songs for Andy's Treasure Trove submitted by listener and friend David Lisle, followed by Andy's interview with British actor, writer and director Terence Davies. Born in 1945 in Liverpool, England,||1/12/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit10 – SF Silent Film Festival, Leonard Maltin, Guy Maddin, Theater Pipe Organ Wizard Clark Wilson, and lots more…||Episode 10 is dedicated to Andy's favorite film festival in San Francisco, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival. You’ll hear his conversations with noted film critic and TV personality Leonard Maltin of Entertainment Tonight fame.||11/19/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit9 – Barack Obama Campaign Mega Phone Bank, JoAnne Brasil’s Astrology Report, and More Music from Janis Ian||Episode 9 begins with a visit to San Francisco’s Mega Phone Bank for the Barack Obama campaign. We speak to the organizers and the volunteers. Then JoAnne Brasil tells us what astrology says about the month of November,||11/2/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit8 – John Killacky Talks About His Documentary on Janis Ian, then Music by Janis Ian||Episode #8 begins with the announcement of our very first contest! Then we talk to John Killacky of the San Francisco Foundation about his new documentary concert film Janis Ian, Live From Grand Center, and a lot about Janis Ian herself.||10/26/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit7 – Gary Weimberg Talks About His Filmmaking Life, His Encounters with the Rich and Famous, and His Wise Dog||Episode #7 focuses on Gary Weimberg, the documentary filmmaker who, along with his partner Catherine Ryan, has created many insightful films and television programs, the newest of which is the documentary Soldiers of Conscience,||10/15/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit6 – The Blue Angels over San Francisco, then Willie Brown Speaking at the Mechanics Institute About His New Book||Episode #6 starts with a noisy introduction featuring the navy’s Blue Angels screaming over San Francisco, then we go to the Mechanics Institute Library to hear Willie Brown, former mayor of San Francisco and long-time California state legislator,||10/11/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit5 – JoAnne Brasil on Astrology, and Poet Ralph Jack Reading and Playing the Flute.||Episode #5 emphasizes astrology with JoAnne Brasil, writer and astrologer, telling us about the astrological charts of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates, as well as her usual monthly report on what the stars are doing.||10/4/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit4 – Tom Powers on Strange Movie Theater Occurences He Has Experienced||Episode #4, prepared in Santa Cruz, California while Andy is on a “working vacation” there, features an interview with writer, editor and teacher Tom Powers, stories from the Theater Department at Illinois State University and stories about odd thin||9/25/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit3 – SF Int’l LGBT Film Festival, Barbara Hammer and Harjant Gill, then Karaoke with Jack, Valerie and Frank.||Prepared in Santa Cruz, California while Andy is on a “working vacation” there, Episode #3 starts with a visit to the opening night party of the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival and an amusing encounter with filmmaker Harjant Gill,||9/18/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit2 – Contemporary Jewish Museum, Daniel Libeskind, Rosalyn Swig and others, Music by the Ernest Bloch Bell Ringers||In Episode #2 we’ll join a media preview tour of San Francisco’s new Contemporary Jewish Museum and spend time with its architect Daniel Libeskind, museum President Rosalyn Swig, Director Connie Wolf, artists Alan Berliner and Trenton Doyle Hancock,||9/10/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit1 – Don Bachardy on Christopher Isherwood, a Short Story by Mike Carroll, Astrology by JoAnne Brasil, Music by Ernest Bloch Bell Ringers.||Episode #1 includes an interview with Don Bachardy, noted portrait artist and longtime partner of British author Christopher Isherwood, along with Tina Mascara and Guido Santi, the creators of a new documentary called “Chris and Don,||9/3/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit0 (zero) – Clips of Things to Come (the Lengthy Preview Episode)||co-This is the special “sneak preview” episode, Episode Zero, which contains mini-excerpts from full segments that will be coming up on future episodes of Andy’s Treasure Trove. I hope that you’ll tell your friends about Andy’s Treasure Trove,||7/1/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
Esoteric, personal, charming.
Listening to this podcast gives a real sense for who the producer is. It has an intimate quality to it that's endearing, almost in a Mr. Rogers kind of way. I keep coming back to hear what's going on in the neighborhood as told by Andy Moore.