This Day In Rock & Roll History 12.8.17

Mighty John Marshall with this week’s blast from the past.


Colin Fleming on Otis Redding

Writer and critic Colin Fleming discussed the work of the great Otis Redding on this afternoon’s Downtown.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 12.1.17

Time for another blast from the past with the Humble but Nonetheless Mighty John Marshall.


Colin Fleming 11.28.17

Writer Colin Fleming joined us to talk about some classic Christmas music that’s actually worth a listen.


Erik Gratton 11.27.17

Actor Erik Gratton, who is playing Buddy in the national tour of “Elf The Musical”, talked with us about stepping into such an iconic role and about his days doing theater in Bangor.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.24.17

Mighty John Marshall takes us on a trip in the musical time machine.


Colin Fleming 11.21.17

Writer and critic Colin Fleming joined us to talk about the Peanuts Thanksgiving Special, which featured the second wave of voice actors and a different type of score.


Shut Up & Eat 11.17.17

Joe Ricchio of Downeast Magazine talks Thanksgiving turkey alternatives on this week’s segment.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.17.17

Mighty John Marshall with this week’s bit of musical time travel.


John O’Hurley 11.16.17

Actor John O’Hurley returned to Downtown to preview the Thanksgiving Day broadcast of the National Dog Show and to discuss his new movie, “Swing Away”.


Stephen Tobolowsky 11.15.17

Actor Stephen Tobolowsky joined us in our studio to discuss tonight’s appearance in Brewer.


Colin Fleming on Thoreau

Colin Fleming discusses the journals of Henry David Thoreau, which cast a different light on the writer and naturalist.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.10.17

Mighty John Marshall with a look at the key events of this day in rock & roll history.


Mark Lewisohn 11.9.17

Author Mark Lewisohn joined the show to discuss the expanded special edition of “Tune In”, his remarkably comprehensive book on the early years of The Beatles.


Stephen Tobolowsky 11.6.17

Actor Stephen Tobolowsky returned to Downtown to talk about his upcoming appearance in Eastern Maine, his new series, “White Famous”, and the value of the rare Tobolowsky trading cards.