Bob Socci 7.30.21

New England Patriots broadcaster Bob Socci talked with us about the early days of training camp and the prospects for the coming season.

Josh Karp 7.30.21

Writer Josh Karp returned to the show to discuss Gabe Kaplan, the late Ned Beatty, Orson Welles, and the joys of coaching youth sports.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 7.30.21

Mighty John Marshall fills us in on the big events of July 30 in the musical past.

Dee Snider 7.29.21

Singer-Songwriter-Musician Dee Snider joined us to discuss his career and new album, LEAVE A SCAR.

Craig Haley 7.29.21

Craig Haley of STATS Perform FCS joined us to discuss preseason conference polls and the upcoming college football season.

Ed Begley, Jr. 7.28.21

Actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. joined us to discuss his career and his Begley’s Earth Responsible Products. A great conversation about activism, as well as Ed’s work on the Christopher Guest films, St. Elsewhere, Room 222, Bless This Mess, Young Sheldon, and more.

Sports Lit 101 7.28.21

Bruce Pratt joins us for this week’s Sports Lit 101 to discuss the book “1962: Baseball and America in the Time of JFK” by David Krell.

Downtown: The Podcast Episode #168 Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSSGuests: Leigh Montville, Aron Gaudet, Gita Pulapilly Leigh Montville discusses his new book on covering the 1969 NBA Finals between the Celtics & Lakers, TALL MEN, SHORT SHORTS. Writer-Directors Aron Gaudet & Gita Pullapilly talk with us about the making of their […]

Colin Fleming 7.27.21

Writer Colin Fleming discusses episodes of radio classics, X-MINUS ONE and QUIET, PLEASE, the Cleveland baseball team’s name change, and the Hall of Fame qualifications of Dale Murphy and Dwight Evans.

Message In The Bottle 7.27.21

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

Nick Charlton 7.27.21

University of Maine football coach Nick Charlton joined us to share his thoughts on CAA Media Day and to fill us in on the coming season for the Black Bears.

Pass The Popcorn 7.26.21

Allen Adams of The Maine Edge shares his thoughts on the new films “The Last Letter from Your Lover”, “Snake Eyes”, and “Old” on this week’s Pass The Popcorn.  

Roger Earl (Foghat) 7.26.21

Roger Earl, a founding member of Foghat, joined us to talk about the band and their new album, 8 DAYS ON THE ROAD.

Chad Finn 7.25.21

Chad Finn of The Boston Globe shared his thoughts on the Red Sox-Yankees series and more on today’s Downtown.

Emma G. Rose

Author Emma G. Rose returned to Downtown to discuss her new novel, ASSEMBLING ELLA.