Jon Shields 1.21.21

Jon Shields joined us to preview this weekend’s UMaine hockey series at Boston University.  

Tianlan Deng 1.20.21

Artist Tianlan Deng joined us this afternoon to discuss his work.

Sheila Kelley 1.19.21

Actress Sheila Kelley joined us to discuss the new film, “Strip Down, Rise Up”, which chronicles the work she’s been doing to help women deal with trauma and body image issues.  

Colin Fleming 1.19.21

Writer Colin Fleming discussed his new Jazz Times piece on Billie Holiday, 60s band The Troggs, and the 1980-81 Celtics.

John Karalis 1.19.21

Our weekly conversation with John Karalis of the Locked On Celtics Podcast from today’s Downtown.

Chad Finn 1.18.21

Chad Finn of The Boston Globe talked with us about the Celtics, the Red Sox, and more on today’s Downtown.

Upton Bell 1.18.21

Former NFL scout and executive, broadcaster, and author Upton Bell talked with us about the collection of family memorabilia and artifacts that he has donated to the University of Massachusetts.

Ben Layman 1.15.21

Ben Layman from Penobscot Theatre talked with us about offerings through their Dramatic Academy.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 1.15.21

Mighty John Marshall with another lesson from the school of rock.

Brent Gleeson 1.15.21

Author and former Navy SEAL Brent Gleeson joined us to discuss his new book, “Embrace The Suck”.

Jon Shields 1.14.21

The voice of the Black Bears, Jon Shields, joined us to preview Maine’s weekend hockey series at Providence.

Alex Shultz 1.14.21

Alex Shultz of joined us to discuss how sports media has done a disservice to college athletes.

Mark Sweeney 1.13.21

Mark Sweeney of Fox Sports and host of the Major League Beginnings Podcast joined us to discuss major league baseball and to look back at his time as a Maine Black Bear.

Ashkan Soltani Stone & Natale A. Zappia 1.13.21

Authors Ashkan Soltani Stone & Natale A. Zappia joined Rich & Bruce Pratt to discuss their book, “Rez Metal: Inside the Navajo Nation Heavy Metal Scene”.

Colin Fleming 1.12.21

Writer Colin Fleming joines us to discuss the NHL schedule, Twitter, and the state of language in America.