Stan Lee's SuperhumansMarch 7, 2013
Brad's episode of "Stan Lee's Superhumans" should finally be airing on March 7 at 10pm (Eastern) on the H2 Channel.
Check your local listings!
We launched a Kickstarter campaign!October 1, 2012
Actually, it's less of a "Kickstart" than a "Kick-finish", since the movie is essentially completed and we've shown it successfully at a number of film festivals. But before the movie can make its way onto the world's TV screens and into its Netflix queues, we need some funds to wrap up some last loose ends, like securing rights to clips of Brad on TV shows like "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and "Live With Regis and Kelly", getting E&O insurance and making a few necessary technical tweaks. We've set a goal of $10,000 and, as you may know about Kickstarter, we don't collect any money from anyone unless we reach that goal!
Please check out our Kickstarter page for more details on the project and the premiums we're offering to contributors. And if you'd care to help spread the word to others you think might be interested in supporting "Unforgettable", here's a link that would look spectacular in your blog, email, Tweet, or Facebook status:
The campaign lasts until November 4th, but please give now... before you forget!
At IssueOctober 6, 2011
Brad Williams and Dr. James McGaugh of the University of California - Irivne will be guests on the Thursday, October 6, edition of the Wisconsin Public Radio call-in show, "At Issue". They'll be on from 5 to 6 pm Central time to give holiday cooking tips (No, actually, they'll be talking superior autobiographical memory). To check out their website, click here.
No forgetting...September 19, 2011
Brad Williams is mentioned in USA Today article about "Higher Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM), a condition that allows them to remember nearly every day of their lives as if it were yesterday. " Read the article here.
The RememberersMarch 24, 2011
"Most people remember the day they lost their virginity. But what kind of person also recalls that day's headlines? Or what they had for breakfast that morning? UC Irvine researchers have found nine otherwise normal individuals who remember all the days of their lives. But how is that possible?" - Orange Coast Magazine. Read the article here.
But Siriusly folks…February 23, 2011
Brad talks Oscars on satellite radio Wednesday night, as a guest on Judith Regan's weekly show on Sirius XM Radio, 5-7 pm Central time. He'll be one of several people on the program, discussing the awards coming up on Sunday night. Sirius 102 / XM 155.
Who is Ken Jennings?February 11, 2011
Before he does battle with IBM’s Watson computer next week, here are some bonus clips from Ken’s “Unforgettable” interview:
Reege!January 18, 2011
To mark Mr. Philbin's just-announced retirement, here's a bit of Brad's audience with Regis and Kelly:
Good Morning AmericaJanuary 14, 2011
To mark the third anniversary of Brad's live network TV debut on "Good Morning America":
Triviazoids!January 2, 2011
Kick off the new year with Brad's "Triviazoids" blog, finding the curious connections among the events of each day in history. Click HERE to visit.
18.7 millionDecember 22, 2010
"60 MINUTES" DRAWS 18.7 MILLION VIEWERS—
ITS LARGEST AUDIENCE IN OVER TWO YEARS RANKS
#3 TO MAKE TOP 5 FOR THE THIRD STRAIGHT WEEK
Based on what I know about the TV industry, they'll probably spin this off into a reality show, where whoever remembers the least each week is voted out of the superior autobiographical memory club.
From zero to "60 Minutes" in four yearsDecember 16, 2010
Click the image below for a sneak peek at Sunday night's episode.
"60 Minutes" this SundayDecember 13, 2010
We've been informed that the "60 Minutes" piece on Brad and the other hyperthymesiacs will air this coming Sunday, December 19. Start time depends on when the NFL games end, so bracket your DVR setting accordingly.
Cavett's back!November 17, 2010
Dick Cavett is everywhere these days. On talk shows. In book stores. And, of course, in a certain documentary. Here's a brief clip: