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Pass The Popcorn 3.1.21

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Tom & Jerry”, “The United States vs Billie Holiday”, and “Minari” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.


Richard Barron 3.1.21

University of Maine Men’s Basketball Coach Richard Barron joined us to discuss the premature end of his team’s season, the new Athetic Facilities Plan, and more.


Nick Charlton 3.1.21

It’s Game Week for University of Maine football and Coach Nick Charlton joined us to preview the spring opener at Delaware.


Chad Finn 3.1.21

We got the latest on the Boston sports scene with The Globe’s Chad Finn on today’s show.


Steve Lukather 2.26.21

Legendary guitarist Steve Lukather joined us to discuss his career and his new album, “I Found The Sun Again”.


High School Report with Marc Calnan 2.26.21

Marc Calnan of Eastern Maine Sports talked high school sports with us on today’s Downtown.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.26.21

Mighty John Marshall takes us another journey into the musical past.


Mameve Medwed 2.25.21

Novelist and Bangor native Mameve Medwed joined us to discuss her new book, “Minus Me”.


Tom Papa 2.24.21

Comedian Tom Papa joined us to discuss his Netflix special, “You’re Doing Great”, his work on “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me”, and what he looks forward to post-pandemic.


Sports Lit 101 2.24.21

Bruce Pratt joins us for this week’s Sports Lit 101 to talk about he book “Changing on the Fly: Hockey Through the Voices of South Asian Canadians” by Courtney Szto.


Downtown: The Podcast Episode #146

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J.G. Quintel 2.23.21

Actor and animator J.G. Quintel talked with us about his HBO Max series, “Close Enough”, which kicks off Season 2 this Thursday.


Colin Fleming 2.23.21

Writer Colin Fleming explains why he thinks ratings are falling for televised sports events, discusses his piece on Ambrose Bierce in The Smart Set, the 50th anniversary of “All In The Family”, and the Carter Family’s “Can The Circle Be Unbroken”.


Message In The Bottle 2.23.21

Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company kicks off a new year of Message In The Bottle conversations.


John Karalis 2.23.21

John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal shared his thoughts on the Celtics Sunday loss to New Orleans and tonight’s game at Dallas.


Gino Vannelli 2.23.21

Singer-songwrter Gino Vannelli joined us to talk about his more than four decades of making music.


Pass The Popcorn 2.22.21

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Flora and Ulysses”, “Blithe Spirit”, “I Care a Lot” and “Nomadland” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.


Ty Anderson 2.22.21

We got the latest on the Bruins as Ty Anderson of 98.5 The Sports Hub paid a visit this afternoon.


Randy Goodrum 2.22.21

Singer-songwriter-musician Randy Goodrum talked with us about his long career writing hits for people like Anne Murray, Steve Perry, and England Dan & John Ford Coley, his work and friendship with Chet Atkins, and his new album, “Red Eye”. Visit Randy’s website:  www.RandyGoodrum.com and www.Facebook.com/RandyGoodrumSongs.  


Phoef Sutton 2.19.21

Emmy and Peabody Award-winning screenwriter, producer, and author Phoef Sutton joined us on today’s show to discuss “Cheers”, “News Radio”, and “Thanks”, as well as his work as a novelist and as host of the “Film Freaks Forever!” podcast.


Jon Shields 2.19.21

The University of Maine men’s hockey team returns to action tonight against the #1 Boston College Eagles and Jon Shields joined us to discuss the matchup.


High School Report with Marc Calnan 2.19.21

Marc Calnan of Eastern Maine Sports talks high school sports with us on today’s show.


David Coverdale 2.19.21

David Coverdale of Whitesnake joined us today to discuss “The Blues Album”, which is being released today on CD, vinyl, and digital platforms.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.19.21

Mighty John Marshall with another trip in the musical time machine on Downtown.


Josh Karp 2.18.21

Journalist and author (“A Futile and Stupid Gesture”) Josh Karp returned to the show this afternoon.


Ken Ralph 2.18.21

University of Maine Athletic Director Ken Ralph joined us to discuss the $110 million facilties plan, which was unveiled yesterday.


Downtown: The Podcast Episode #145

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Colin Fleming 2.16.21

Writer Colin Fleming discusses the “Big 4” of professional team sports, the greatness of black coffee, and why people should stop saying “words can’t express” and “you can’t make it up”.


Message In The Bottle 2.16.21

Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company kicks off a new year of Message In The Bottle conversations.


John Karalis 2.16.21

John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal joined us to talk Celtics on today’s show.


Michael Hurley 2.16.21

Michael Hurley of WBZ joined us this afternoon to talk Boston sports.


Pass The Popcorn 2.15.21

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Ruth – Justice Ginsburg In Her Own Words”, “Young Hearts”, “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things”, “Judas and the Black Messiah”, and “Little Fish” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.


Chad Finn 2.15.21

Chad Finn of The Boston Globe joined us to talk Red Sox and more on today’s show.


Paula Poundstone 2.15.21

Comedian Paula Poundstone returned to Downtown to discuss how she’s been managing the pandemic and her podcast, “Nobody Listens To Paula Poundstone”.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.12.21

Mighty John Marshall with another lesson from the school of rock.


David Roth 2.12.21

David Roth of Defector joined us this afternoon to talk baseball, impeachment, and other delights.


Sean McAdam 2.11.21

Sean McAdam of Boston Sports Journal talked with us about the Red Sox trade sending Andrew Benintendi to Kansas City.


High School Report with Marc Calnan 2.11.21

Marc Calnan of Eastern Maine Sports joined us to talk high school basketball on today’s show.


Walter Kenul & Susan Darmiento 2.10.21

Walter Kenul and Susan Darmiento from American Nomads joined us to discuss their new single, “Running On An Empty Heart”.


Sports Lit 101 2.10.21

Bruce Pratt joins us for this week’s Sports Lit 101.


Ben Rehki 2.10.21

Filmmaker Ben Rehki talked with Carey Haskell about his new documentary, “The Reunited States”.


Downtown: The Podcast Episode #144

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Colin Fleming 2.9.21

Writer Colin Fleming talked with us today about Howard Hawks, The Yardbirds, and more. Colin’s latest book, “Meatheads Say The Realest Things – A Satircal (Short) Novel pf the Last Bro”, is available everywhere.


Message In The Bottle 2.9.21

Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company kicks off a new year of Message In The Bottle conversations.


John Karalis 2.9.21

John Karalis of the Locked On Celtics Podcast joined us for his weekly visit this afternoon.


Nick Coit 2.9.21

Nick Coit of ABC-6 in Providence talk Red Sox and more with us this afternoon on Downtown.


Pass The Popcorn 2.8.21

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Bliss”, “Malcolm &  Marie” and “Fake Famous” on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.


Ty Anderson 2.8.21

Ty Anderson of Boston’s 98.5 The Sports Hub joined us to talk about the Bruins.


Rich Sommer 2.8.21

Actor Rich Sommer joined us this afternoon to talk about his work on “Mad Men” and “GLOW”, films including “The Devil Wears Prada”, and the Broadway stage.


Andy Gresh 2.5.21

As we gear up for Brady v. Mahomes in Super Bowl LV, we turned to Andy Gresh to break it all down as only he can.


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