Kyle Draper of NBC Sports Boston joined us for his weekly visit today.
Kyle Draper 11.25.20
David Ossman 11.25.20
David Ossman of the legendary comedy troupe The Firesign Theatre joined us to discuss their new collection, “Dope Humor of the Seventies”, available Friday from Stand Up Records.
Wellness Tips with Paige Wilcox 11.25.20
Paige Wilcox of Wilcox Wellness & Fitness brings us this week’s Wellness Tip on Downtown.
Sports Lit 101 11.25.20
Bruce Pratt joins us for this week’s Sports Lit 101 to talk about the book “The Sport Marriage: Women Who Make It Work (Sport and Society) Hardcover” by Steven M. Ortiz.
Downtown: The Podcast Episode #133
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Colin Fleming 11.24.20
Writer Colin Fleming talks with guest host Bruce Pratt on today’s Downtown.
Message In The Bottle 11.24.20
John Karalis 11.24.20
John Karalis of MassLive.com and the Locked On Celtics Podcast discusses the big changes to the Celtics roster.
John O’Hurley 11.24.20
Pass The Popcorn 11.23.20
Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Vanguard“, “Run”, “Happiest Season”, “Insert Coin”, and “The Buddy Games” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.
Harvey Reid & Joyce Anderson 11.23.20
Harvey Reid and Joyce Anderson joined Bruce Pratt to discuss how musicians are getting by during the pandemic.
Rick Reichenbach 11.23.20
University of Maine women’s hockey coach Rick Reichenbach talked with our Bruce Pratt about the opening series with Holy Cross and what’s ahead for the Black Bears.
Chad Finn 11.23.20
Chad Finn of The Boston Globe talked with Bruce Pratt about the Patriots loss to the Texans, the Celtics roster shake-up, and more.
Claire McNear 11.20.20
Author Claire McNear joined us to discuss her new book on the behind the scenes story of “Jeopardy!”, “Answers In The Form of Questions.”
Jon Shields 11.20.20
Jon Shields joined us this afternoon to preview the upcoming University of Maine men’s hockey season.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.20.20
Mighty John Marshall leads us on another journey through the musical past on Downtown.
Black Bear Classics – Ep. 7 – Maine @App. State 2011
Bob Lucy and former Maine QB Warren Smith help us look back at the Bears big playoff win at Appalachian State in 2011.
Josh Karp 11.19.20
Journalist and author Josh Karp returned to Downtown for a typically wide-ranging conversation.
Matthew Nelson 11.19.20
Singer-songwriter Matthew Nelson joined us to discuss the 30th anniversary of “After The Rain”, the smash debut album he recorded with his brother, Gunnar, and to look at the musical legacy of his father, Rick.
Kyle Draper 11.18.20
Kyle Draper of NBC Sports Boston joined us to discuss the NBA Draft, Gordon Hayward, and more.
Sports Lit 101 11.18.20
Author David Davis joins Bruce Pratt joins us to talk abouthis book “Wheels of Courage: How Paralyzed Veterans from World War II Invented Wheelchair Sports, Fought for Disability Rights, and Inspired a Nation Hardcover” for this week’s Sports Lit 101.
Wellness Tips with Paige Wilcox 11.18.20
Paige Wilcox of Wilcox Wellnes & Fitness with this week’s Downtown Wellness Tip.
Downtown: The Podcast Episode #132
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Jen Lancaster 11.17.20
Author Jen Lancaster joined us to discuss her new book, “Welcome to the United States of Anxiety.”
Colin Fleming 11.17.20
Writer Colin Fleming discusses “The Monk” by Matthew Gregory Lewis, Led Zeppelin III, Hammer Studios’ “The Vampire Lovers”, and the “Good Ghost” episode of the radio series, “Quiet Please.”
Message In The Bottle 11.17.20
John Karalis 11.17.20
John Karalis of MassLive.com and the Locked On Celtics Podcast shares his thoughts on Wednesday’s NBA Draft and more.
Dr. Demento 11.17.20
The legendary Dr. Demento returned to Downtown to discuss his new collection, “First Century Dementia”, available on CD and limited edition vinyl. For more information, visit his website and online store at: DrDemento.com
Pass The Popcorn 11.16.20
Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Le Choc du Futur“, “The Nest”, “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey”, and “Chick Fight” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.
Sean McAdam 11.16.20
Sean McAdam of Boston Sports Journal checked in with the latest news on the Red Sox on today’s Downtown.
Mike Lowe 11.16.20
Mike Lowe of the Portland Press Herald joined us to talk winter sports and the likelihood of them happening at the high school and collegiate level.
Michael Hurley 11.16.20
Michael Hurley of WBZ in Boston joined us to discuss the Patriots on today’s show.
John Oates 11.13.20
Singer-songwriter John Oates joined us to talk about the new album, “Live In Nashville”, his love of country and blues music, and his long collaboration with Daryl Hall.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.13.20
Mighty John Marshall checks in with another edition of This Day In Rock & Roll History.
Black Bear Classics – Ep. 6 – Maine-UMass 2013
Bob Lucy and former Black Bear offensive lineman Bruce Johnson help us look back at the exciting win over UMass at Gillette Stadium in 2013.
Chris Hillman 11.12.20
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Chris Hillman joined us to discuss his book, “Time Between”, which chronicles her musical journey with The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Souther-Hillman-Furay, the Desert Rose Band, and more.
Avner Eisenberg 11.12.20
Clown, juggler, mime, and magician Avner Eisenberg joined us this afternoon to discuss his show, “Exceptions To Gravity”, now playing at Penobscot Theatre Company.
Ray Stevens 11.11.20
Legendary singer-songwriter Ray Stevens joined us to talk about the 50th anniversary release of his classic song, “Everything Is Beautiful”, and to look back at his remarkable career.
Wellness Tips with Paige Wilcox 11.11.20
Paige Wilcox of Wilcox Wellness & Fitness with this week’s Downtown Wellness Tip.
Sports Lit 101 11.11.20
Bruce Pratt joins us for this week’s Sports Lit 101 to talk about the book “Wheels of Courage: How Paralyzed Veterans from World War II Invented Wheelchair Sports, Fought for Disability Rights, and Inspired a Nation Hardcover” by David Davis.
Downtown: The Podcast Episode #131
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Colin Fleming 11.10.20
Writer Colin Fleming talks with us about his new book, “Meatheads Say The Realest Things.”
Message In The Bottle 11.10.20
John Karalis 11.10.20
John Karalis of MassLive.com and the Locked On Celtics Podast with his weekly visit to Downtown.
Pass The Popcorn 11.09.20
Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “The True Adventures of Wolfboy” and “Operation Christmas Drop” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.
Chad Finn 11.9.20
Chad Finn of The Boston Globe discussed the Red Sox hiring of Alex Cora, the recent ESPN layoffs, and more.
Ryan Hannable 11.9.20
Ryan Hannable of WEEI talked with us about tonight’s Patriots-Jets game and more.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.6.20
Mighty john Marshall fills us in on This Day In Rock & Roll History on today’s Downtown.
Black Bear Classicss – Ep. 5 – Maine-UConn 1997
Bob Lucy and former Maine quarterback Mickey Fein help us look back at the Bears’ triple overtime win over UConn in 1997.
Aimee Gerow 11.5.20
Aimee Gerow of West Market Square Artisan Coffee House talked with us about their new online store that’s opening for the holidays.