Shelley Fabares 7.9.20

Shelley Fabares joined us on today’s show to talk about “The Donna Reed Show”, “Johnny Angel”, “Coach”, and many more highlights of her career.

Kyle Draper 7.8.20

Kyle Draper from NBC Sports Boston discussed the latest news on the return of the NBA, Major League Baseball, and other pro sports.

Josh Dela Cruz 7.8.20

Josh Dela Cruz joined us to talk about the upcoming Blues Clues special, “Blue’s Sing-A-Long Spectacular” and the the start of Season 2 of “Blues Clues & You”.

Sports Lit 101 07.08.20 with Kevin Carey

Poet Kevin Carey joined Bruce Pratt to discuss his writings on this week’s Sports Lit 101.

Bill Barry 7.8.20

NASA Historian Bill Barry returned to Downtown to look back fifty years to the flight of Apollo 13 and the work done to bring the crew back safely to Earth.

Downtown: The Podcast Episode #113 Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | RSSPeri Gilpin, Sonny Curtis. Actress Peri Gilpin returned to the show to talk about her role in the new web series, “Old Guy”. Songwriter and musician Sonny Curtis recalls his work with Buddy Holly, and writing classic songs like “Walk […]

Patrick Hruby 7.7.20

Journalist Patrick Hruby returned to Downtown to explain why he thinks the NCAA is failing to protect college student-athletes from the Coronavirus.

Colin Fleming 7.7.20

Writer Colin Fleming looks back at some forgotten Charlie Brown specials, a bizarre mid-summer animated production, and discusses why catchers are baseball’s best.

Message In The Bottle 7.7.20

This week’s Message In The Bottle with Eric Mihan from Bangor Wine & Cheese Company, 86 Hammond Street in Downtown Bangor.

John Karalis 7.7.20

As we inch closer to a possible NBA restart, we get the latest on the league and the Celtics from John Karalis of and the Locked On Celtics Podcast.

Bob Cutler 7.7.20

Bob Cutler checked in this afternoon to share details of the reopening of Novio’s Bistro in Downtown Bangor.

Pass The Popcorn 7.6.20

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge gives us his thoughts on “Hamilton” and “Desperados”  on this week’s edition of Pass The Popcorn.

Sonny Curtis 7.6.20

Singer-songwriter-musician Sonny Curtis joined us to discuss his some of the highlights of his remarkable career, from The Crickets and his friendship with Buddy Holly, to writing classics like “I Fought The Law”, “Walk Right Back”, “More Than I Can Say”, and “Love Is All Around”, the theme from “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”.

Peri Gilpin 7.6.20

Peri Gilpin returned to the show this afternoon to talk with us about her new web series, “Old Guy”, now available free on You Tube from Five Sisters Productions.

Upton Bell 7.2.20

Author, broadcaster, and former Patriots General Manager Upton Bell is not in favor of the return of sports during the pandemic, and he explained why on today’s Downtown.