Pass The Popcorn 8.15.22

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge joined us for this week’s Pass The Popcorn, discussing the films SECRET HEADQUARTERS, DAY SHIFT, and MACK & RITA.

Chad Finn 8.15.22

Chad Finn of The Boston Globe talked with us about the Red Sox, the retirement of Dennis Eckersley, and more on today’s show.

Jordan Stevens 8.15.22

University of Maine football coach Jordan Stevens joined us for his weekly visit with the Black Bears nineteen days away from their season opener at New Mexico.

Marc Freeman 8.12.22

Journalist Marc Freeman, who wrote a terrific oral history of M*A*S*H a few years ago joined us to discuss the upcoming 50th anniversary of the premiere.

This Day in Rock & Roll History 8.12.22

The legendary Mighty John Marshall takes us on our Friday magical musical tour.

Bob Ryan 8.11.22

Bob Ryan joined us on today’s show to discuss Bill Russell, Vin Scully,  the Red Sox and more. Bob’s latest book, In Scoring Position, is available at bookstores everywhere.

Travis Lazarczyk 8.11.22

Travis Lazarczyk of the Portland Press Herald joined us to discuss University of Maine football and the departure of Athletic Director Ken Ralph.

Jerry Mathers 8.10.22

Actor Jerry Mathers joined us this afternoon to talk about working with icons Bob Hope and Alfred Hitchcock, remember his friend and “Leave It to Beaver” co-star Tony Dow, and to discuss his appearance in South Paris, Maine on August 27 as part of Hannibal Hamlin Day.

Sports Lit 101 8.10.22

Bruce Pratt joins us for Sports Lit 101 to discuss the book “Coming Home: My Amazin’ Life with the New York Mets” by Cleon Jones.

Ayelet Waldman 8.10.22

Novelist and essayist Ayelet Waldman joined us this afternoon to discuss writing for television, the subject of the upcoming appearance with her husband, Michael Chabon, at the Word Festival in Blue Hill. For more information on Friday’s event, go to:

Downtown: The Podcast Episode #221 Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSSGuests: Ron Shelton, Jason Reid

Colin Fleming 8.9.22

A great sports conversation with writer Colin Fleming on today’s show, as we discussed the Hall of Fame credentials of Stanley Morgan and Dom DiMaggio, Pedro Martinez and his devastating changeup, and who might win a series between the 1975 and 1986 Red Sox.

Message in the Bottle 8.9.22

Our world wine tour continues with Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company.

John Karalis 8.9.22

John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and the Locked On Celtics Podcast joined us on today’s Downtown.

Katie Aselton 8.9.22

Actor-Director Katie Aselton returned to Downtown to discuss her latest directorial effort, the film MACK & RITA, starring Diane Keaton, Elizabeth Lail, and Loretta Devine. MACK & RITA opens nationwide this Friday, August 12.