Shut Up & Eat 8.18.17

Joe Ricchio of Downeast Magazine with this week’s Shut Up & Eat

This Day In Rock & Roll History 8.18.17

Mighty John Marshall with this week’s musical history lesson.

Colin Fleming 8.16.17

Writer Colin Fleming joined us on the fortieth anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley to discuss his relevance and impact on popular culture.  

Shawn Laatsch 8.15.17

Shawn Laatsch of the Emera Astronomy Center joined us in studio to talk about the upcoming solar eclipse.

Shut Up & Eat! 8.11.17

Joe Ricchio of Downeast Magazine talks with us about his cheeseburger excursion to Northern Maine and his piece in this month’s magazine on Tourmaline Springs.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 8.11.17

Another golden nugget ’cause you dug it from Mighty John Marshall!

Norine Dworkin-McDaniel 8.11.17

Author Norine Dworkin-McDaniel talked with us about the challenges of parenting (and mining those for comedy) and previewed her appearance Saturday at the Maine Discovery Museum at 6:30 pm.

John Hodgman & Jean Grae

John Hodgman (“The Daily Show”) and Jean Grae joined us to preview their upcoming variety show, Thursday, August 10 at Port City Music Hall.

Elizabeth Strout 8.9.17

Pulitzer Prize winning author Elizabeth Strout returned to the show to discuss her new book, “Anything Is Possible”.

William Daniels & Bonnie Bartlett

Emmy Award winning actors William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett joined us to discuss their lengthy careers and their sixty-six year marriage. The couple each won Emmys for their roles on “St. Elsewhere” and also played spouses on “Boy Meets World”. Bill recounts it all in his new book, “There I Go Again”.

Karen Allen 8.4.17

Karen Allen has had a remarkable career, from her role in “Animal House” to playing Marion in the “Indiana Jones” series, “Scrooged” with Bill Murray, and “Starman” opposite Jeff Bridges. She joined Downtown to discuss her career and her first directorial effort, the film “A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud.”


Mighty John Marshall with our weekly blast from the past!

Colin Fleming 8.3.17

Colin Fleming, a regular contributor to NPR’s Weekend Edition, Sports Illustrated, and Harper’s joined us to discuss film legends Robert Mitchum and Orson Welles.

This Day In Rock & Roll History – 7.28.17

Mighty John Marshall takes us for a journey in the Way Back Machine!

Downtown Meets The Beatles – Hour #2

Our salute to The Beatles continues with broadcaster and long time friend and confidante and John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Elliot Mintz, plus music journalist Dan Epstein of Rolling Stone, actor and Beatles blogger Mark Cartier, sportswriter Bob Ryan of The Boston Globe, songwriting legend Jimmy Webb, and former front man for Men At Work, […]