Allen Adams of The Maine Edge shares his thoughts on “Lion King” on this week’s “Pass the Popcorn”.
Pass The Popcorn 7.22.19
Chad Finn 7.22.19
Chad Finn of The Boston Globe joined us to discuss the Red Sox trade deadline options and his recent feature on Dennis Eckersley.
Casey Rush 7.22.19
Casey Rush talked with us about the upcoming Acadia Community Theater production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
Best of Downtown 7.21.19
On this week’s Best of Downtown, comedienne Paula Poundstone, actor William Jackson Harper (“The Good Place”, “Midsommar”), and Director Lynn Shelton (“Sword Of Trust”).
Mark S. Cartier 7.19.19
Actor and Beatles blogger Mark Cartier returned to Downtown to talk about the upcoming 50th anniversary of the release of the “Abbey Road” album.
Carl Reiner on the origins of The Dick Van Dyke Show
In another of our Downtown’s Greatest Hits, Carl Reiner explains how producer Sheldon Leonard let him know what wasn’t quite right about his pilot, “Head Of The Family”, which became “The Dick Van Dyke Show”.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 7.19.19
Mighty John Marshall takes us on another magical musical tour.
Dan Hanchrow & Julie Lisnet 7.19.19
Dan Hanchrow and Julie Lisnet of Ten Bucks Theatre Company joined us to discuss their production of Shakespeare’s “Richard III”.
Joel Selvin 7.18.19
Music journalist and author Joel Selvin visited with us on today’s show.
Stu Cook 7.18.19
Stu Cook of CCR talked with us about the farewell tour he’s doing with Doug Clifford and discussed the importance of music education.
Emma G. Rose 7.18.19
Maine author Emma G. Rose visited with us to discuss her new book, “Nothing’s Ever Lost”.
Lynn Shelton 7.18.19
Director Lynn Shelton joined us to discuss her terrific new film, “Sword Of Trust”, which starts comedian and podcast host Marc Maron.
Dee Wallace 7.17.19
Actor, radio host, and motivational speaker Dee Wallace joined us on Downtown to talk about her career, which now includes 200 film credits, more than any living actress.
Sports Lit 101 7.3.19
Bruce Pratt joins us on this week’s Sports Lit 101.
Bryan Cranston plays Cranston trivia
Another of our Downtown’s Greatest Hits as Bryan Cranston shows his skill at recalling some of his characters from his early television guest appearances.