The Tim Conway Jr. Show
|Running time||4 hours (including commercials)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Starring||Tim Conway Jr.|
|Produced by||Sheron Bellio|
The Tim Conway Jr. Show is a weeknight talk radio program, currently web streaming and broadcasting throughout the Los Angeles County and Orange County, California metropolitan areas at KFI AM 640. The show runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Pacific Time and is hosted by Tim Conway, Jr.
Conway rose to popularity as a longtime host on former FM talk station KLSX, first teamed with Doug Steckler who was followed as co-host by Brian Whitman. After the 2008 departure of Whitman, Conway hosted solo rather than adopting a new co-host. On February 19, 2009, both Whitman and Steckler were special guests on Conway's last show before KLSX flipped the format to Top-40.
Conway's weeknight show at KFI began on Monday, January 18, 2010, after Bryan Suits, who previously hosted the show at that time slot, decided to move back to Seattle. In line with the majority of KFI's programming, Conway discusses political topics, leaning more toward the right. Through July 17, 2015, on Friday nights, Conway was joined by comedian/writer Doug Steckler, his former co-host on KLSX. On Tuesday nights Conway is joined by Mark Thompson. Conway often jokes about his costly love of gambling, especially his (usually) losing bets on the horses.
Thursday nights from 8-9pm are reserved for Conway's game show, What the Hell Did Jesse Jackson Say?, in which the host plays mostly unintelligible sound bites of Jesse Jackson and listeners call in to guess what Jackson is saying.
Conway also co-hosts a weekly computer and technology show, Make It Work, with Jeremy Anticouni which airs every Saturday at 3PM on KSFO Hot Talk AM 560 in San Francisco with Make It Work co-founder Jeremy Anticouni. Prior to accepting his current gig on KFI, Conway also co-hosted Tech News, powered by Make It Work which airs every Saturday at 1PM on KNX 1070. In addition, Conway hosts Mortgage Matters (with Dave Hardin of Covenant Mortgage) about real estate finance on KFWB and KFMB.
Conway and Whitman
|Running time||3 hours (including commercials)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Starring||Tim Conway Jr.
|Written by||Randy Wang|
|Produced by||Gina Grad, Randy Wang, Gerry Wachovsky (left the show in 2008)|
|Original release||2005 – 2008|
Conway and Whitman was a CBS Radio evening talk radio program, web streaming and broadcasting throughout the Los Angeles and Orange County, California metropolitan areas at 97.1 Free FM (KLSX). The show ran from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, hosted by Tim Conway Jr. and Brian Whitman. After the March 2008 departure of Whitman, the show reverted to The Tim Conway Jr. Show rather than adopting a new co-host and remained that way until 2009 when KLSX flipped formats.
- Arsenio Hall
- Sam Simon
- Norm Macdonald
- Frank Renzulli
- Adam Carolla
- Kerri Kasem
- Samantha Phillips
- Dr. Charles Sophy
- "What The Hell Did Jesse Jackson Say?"
- "The News with Gina Grad"
- "Name That Effing Tune"
- "Totally Open Phones"
- "Make Leykis Laugh"
- "Stump the Monkey"
- "The News Bender With Aron Bender"
- "Bender After Dark"
- "NEW AGAIN NEW AGAIN NEW AGAIN"
- Cross-talk with George Noory
- On Friday, July 24, 2015, Doug Steckler announced that he was leaving the Tim Conway Jr. show on Friday nights.
- On Monday, April 6, 2009, Tim Conway Jr. announced he will no longer be a part of the Conway & Whitman podcast.
- On Wednesday, March 11, 2009, the announced that subscription was no longer required and the podcasts are now free. The shows are no longer available on iTunes and the website is no longer online.
- On Tuesday, March 10, 2009, the Conway and Whitman website announced the duo would be back together doing podcasts for 2 hours per night.
- On Tuesday, March 25, 2008, Tim Conway Jr. announced on the air that Brian Whitman was no longer a part of the show, and had left KLSX and CBS Radio in LA. He stated that it would now be known as 'The Tim Conway Jr. Show' and no immediate replacement for Whitman would be made. The show would center around Tim and would feature various guests, both from the station and outside of the station.
- Message board created for fans of the now defunct "classic" show: http://pub24.bravenet.com/forum/2032146780
- Tim Conway Jr. revealed on show that he was the half brother of notable escaped prisoner, David Sweat. He claimed that they share a mother and even grew up together for a brief time. Aside from his claim on the air, there has been no corroboration for his story.
- Tim Conway Jr. revealed on his show today (August 30, 2016) that the late Sam Simon one time pulled a shotgun at him and other house guests. He claimed that he and other house guests were playing poker at Simon's house. Due to heavy drinking they ended up "crashing" at his home. The next day around six in the morning Simon asked everyone to leave. When a few of them still feeling the effects of the alcohol refused to leave, Sam decided to grab his shotgun to encourage the now-unwelcome guests to reconsider. Aside from his claim on the air, there has been no corroboration for his story.