Steve Apple and Friends

Steve Apple and Friends

Even though NewsRadio 1110 KFAB's Scott Voorhees has been genuinely fooled by Steve and his fellow charlatans every time they have appeared on his radio show, several KFAB listeners have enjoyed hearing some of the most awkward radio that has ever been broadcast. So, here you go.... Show More

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In the fall of 2017, we thought we'd pay tribute to members of the 1997 National Championship Huskers, 20 years later. We had players like Grant Wistrom and coaches like Charlie McBride, but it was this segment with a cheerleader from those days that ended up receiving more attention than anyone. (Original airdate: Nov. 3rd, 2017)
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November 13, 2019 8 min
Omaha community activist Link Manchester is back, this time to ask the mayor to do something about potholes. (Original airdate: February 16th, 2011.)
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November 1, 2019 20 min
Hmmmmm ... street maintenance worker Buck Jones sounds an awful lot like Steve Apple! (Original airdate: August 8th, 2007)
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October 18, 2019 36 min
Big Steve Apple the wild game hunter debates Walter Snelling from the Hakuna Matata nature preserve on what happened to Cecil the lion. (Original airdate: July 30th, 2015)
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After a few days off following the birth of my first child, Bernie Chambers called in to congratulate me and inquire how the baby was doing. (Original air-date: 3/6/07)
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September 20, 2019 30 min
We decided to giveaway a couple of firearms on the radio one morning. I think we had some highly qualified candidates on the line, and I'm positive we put these guns in the hands of the right people. (From January 17th, 2013)
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September 13, 2019 11 min
We had a chance to talk with one of the golfers competing in the U.S. Senior Open when it was in town. Lucky us. (From July 11th, 2013)
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September 4, 2019 6 min
One of the dumber moments in the history of my radio show ... and I realize that's hard to determine. From October 12, 2007.
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"Friend" Link Manchester did NOT like hearing the thoughts on gay marriage from the CEO of a chicken sandwich restaurant. (From July 27th, 2012)
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When there was concern among conservatives a few days before the 2012 presidential election that the United Nations may come to American cities to "observe" the election, who better to turn to than Steve Apple? Original airdate: October 30th, 2012.
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July 11, 2019 20 min
Too many refugees, and not enough places to put them. This isn't a new problem, as you can hear during this broadcast from January 23rd, 2009.
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June 26, 2019 4 min
This is DEFINITELY one of our "darker" segments. If I had any taste at all, I wouldn't even post this call from early 2008 ... which I'm now posting...
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June 19, 2019 12 min
While this was not one of the Steve Apple segments that people told me they were laughing about for several days afterwards, it's one of my favorites. Maybe this re-airing here on iHeartRadio will finally get it the credit I think it deserves. (Original airdate 2/18/13)
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June 12, 2019 13 min
I saw one of those "OWL Diet" billboards around town, and hatched this idea. (Original airdate: 4/1/14)
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Bernie Chambers (not Ernie) will be one of the "friends" you hear here on Steve Apple and Friends. This was Bernie's first appearance on KFAB with me, from my earliest days on the station in the fall of 2006 (when I only kept the segments I really liked, because there were no "podcasts" or anything else to do with them at the time!).
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May 29, 2019 36 min
When Chik-fil-a's owner made comments about gay marriage, several people lost their flippin' minds. Nebraska State Senator Steve Apple, though, thought we deserved to know more about business owners' politics. (Original airdate on KFAB: 8/1/12)
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As part of the "and Friends" portion of this podcast, we meet someone who is upset by the threat of a carbon tax: Morty the Heavy Breather. Original airdate: June 11, 2009.
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This week, Steve has lots of great ideas for the direction of Omaha's beloved Henry Doorly Zoo. (Original airdate: August 12th, 2010)
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During the height of the Comey-Clinton battles (remember those, before the Comey-Trump battles?) we had a situation so complex that only ONE political expert could adequately address it: Stephen A. Apple. Original airdate: July 6th, 2016.
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May 1, 2019 13 min
How lucky we were to get IRS representative Steve Apple to join us with his tax tips just a few days before the filing deadline. Original airdate: April 11th, 2011.
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