Today’s ‘DUI Joe Show’: Oliver Diaz, former Mississippi Supreme Court Justice
Our sister site SoKing Internet Radio wants our Readers to know that today’s ‘DUI Joe Show’ will feature an interview with Oliver Diaz, a former Mississippi Supreme Court Judge who will talk about “Ole Miss,” big money and the judicial system.
Diaz’ career as a Supreme Court Justice was the subject of one of the four cases discussed in the documentary film “Hot Coffee.” His specific segment in the film focused on how the U.S. Chambers of Commerce funded campaigns against Diaz because of his resistance to tort reform.
Here are two videos of Diaz talking about the film:
The fast-paced, interesting, locally-produced show airs every four hours every Thursday – just click here to tune in:
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If you’re not familiar with him, “DUI Joe” is actually Joe Breidenbach, a Burien-based attorney knows how to talk and how to listen and that’s why he’s got his own show. Joe has teamed up with sound engineer Don King from No Script Studio to create a fast-paced, interesting (and at times, fun) interview show that lasts less than 20 minutes.
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Following are some testimonials from actual listeners:
Joe: Before your scheduled show I turned on the “station”. They were playing dream music with psychedelic accompaniment on the screen. I fell asleep at the desk and missed your show. OK, better luck next week.
- Tom in Burien, WA
Wonderful voice, and very interesting talk….loved it!!!!!!!!!!
- Connie in Federal Way, WA
Good show. We went to CamillePatha.com and looked at her work. Interesting show, Interesting paintings.
- Ron in Temecula, CA
Don: Addictive. Interesting contrast on a great artist today. Syndication?
- Jeffrey in Lynnwood, WA
Joe — you are one of the most engaging interviewers I’ve ever heard. You’re a natural! I’m referring, of course, to your internet radio show. I just heard it for the first time and I loved it. Your guest was terrific and interesting, and you had such an upbeat and interested style of questioning. I particularly loved the bleeps! Such fun. Will try to remember to make this a regular noontime stop on Thurs. Best wishes,
- Ann in Kent, WA