Comcast to simulcast "Lady Brain" radio show


Comcast Hometown Network, the regional cable net covering Northern and Central California, will begin televising Clear Channel’s KKGN-AM Green 960 AM San Francisco and KSTE Talk 650 AM Sacramento’s “Lady Brain” on Saturdays at 10:00 p.m. on Channel 104, starting 11/26. The network will offer a sneak peak of the show on Saturday, 11/19 at 11:00 p.m.  “Lady Brain” covers highly personal topics via interviews, sex and relationship advice, and current event discussions.

Lady Brain has been described as The Howard Stern Show meets NPR’s “Fresh Air” with Terry Gross. Each week, hosts Lauren Schiller and Steph Dominguez Walton examine the true, intimate, embarrassing and sometimes messy details of relationships, sex, health, work and body image. 

Recent ” Lady Brain ” shows have included interviews with film director Abe Silvia; comedian Hal Sparks; bestselling authors Bill Clegg, Andrew Altschul and David Linden; Michael Krasny of KQED’s Forum; editor AJ Daulerio; Spencer Christian of ABC7; former San Francisco 49er Gary Plummer; HGTV interior designer Karen McAloon and Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley.

“‘Lady Brain’ is the most frank and outspoken show on radio, and it will translate well to television as part of Comcast Hometown Network’s programming lineup,” said Jeff Giles, Director of Comcast Hometown Network.  “Simulcasting ‘Lady Brain’ with Steph and Lauren’s entertaining and authentic perspective reinforces Comcast Hometown Network’s commitment to provide original and compelling content that you can’t find anywhere else.”

Co-host Steph Dominguez Walton has appeared on HGTV’s “Find Your Style,” ABC7′s “View From the Bay” and “7Live.” She was also the sidekick and producer for the “Blazy and Bob Morning Show” on KOME-FM in San Jose.  Co-host Lauren Schiller is a professional opiner and commentator, who likes to lift the rug on the topics most people sweep under. She has appeared on CBS5 News, KTVU2 News, KRON4, HGTV, and ABC7’s “View from the Bay” and “7Live.”

“Lady Brain” will also be available via Comcast’s On Demand platform, free to Comcast digital customers.