This was the best radio interview I’ve ever done. Mostly because it was an hour focused all on ME! Dave Iverson, the host, asked probing and intelligent and thoughtful questions… which is certainly not always the case for radio. Afterward, I met all the black people at KQED… three. (Just kidding… I met three but I saw five.)
It was a lot of fun… the second half many people called in and they were all cool. Enjoy. And I understand if you don’t have enough interest to take the whole hour of KAMAU! It was like Frost/Nixon… but less jowl-ly and confrontational.
W. Kamau Bell
Fri, Dec 17, 2010 — 10:00
San Francisco-based comic W. Kamau Bell is known for telling the very first joke about President Obama on Comedy Central, when he memorably predicted in 2005 that Obama was not going to win the election. Bell joins us in the studio for a conversation on humor, and race.
Bell has been named best San Francisco comedian by 7×7 Magazine, The San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly. His new comedy album “Face Full of Flour” made the iTunes list of best comedy albums of 2010 — and he’s performing at the Phoenix Theatre in San Francisco on New Year’s Eve.
Host: Dave Iverson
- W. Kamau Bell, San Francisco-based comic