Shut Up & Eat 8.18.17

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

Bob Lucy 8.18.17

Black Bear Football analyst Bob Lucy checked in to discuss the team’s final preseason scrimmage.

Andy Hart 8.18.17

Andy Hart of Patriots Football Weekly previews the preseason game with Houston and talks about how camp has gone so far.

Wayne Harvey 8.18.17

Wayne Harvey of WABI-TV5 stopped in to preview Wayne’s Wiffle for A Wish, which raises money every year for the Make A Wish Foundation.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 8.18.17

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

Jared Carrabis 8.18.17

Jared Carrabis of Barstool Sports gets us ready for the Yankee series and weighs in on the renaming of Yawkey Way.

Andy Gresh 8.17.17

Andy Gresh of WPRO and CBS Radio Sports joined us to talk about the Pats’ preseason, the Red Sox, and more.

Kyle Draper 8.16.17

Our weekly visit with Kyle Draper of CSNNE, talking about the Celtics schedule, the Sox, Pats, and more.

Sports Lit 101 8.16.17

On this week’s Sports Lit 101, Bruce Pratt talks with author Melody Hoffman (“Bikes Lanes Are White Lanes”) and blogger Hank Garfield (“Slower Traffic”).  

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.

Message In The Bottle 8.15.17

Eric Mihan of Bangor Wine & Cheese Company brings us this week’s Message In The Bottle.

John Karalis 8.15.17

Our weekly visit with John Karalis of and the Locked On Celtics Podcast, as we look at the C’s 2017-18 schedule.

Mike Lowe 8.14.17

Mike Lowe of the Portland Press Herald checked in to talk about University of Maine football and his weekend piece on Noble High School’s 1997 football championship.

Pass The Popcorn. 8-14-17

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge shared his thoughts on “The Nut Job – 2” and “The Glass Castle”.