This Day In Rock & Roll History 12.7.18

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


Jane Leavy 12.6.18

Jane Leavy, the author of acclaimed books on Sandy Koufax and Mickey Mantle, discusses her latest, “The Big Fella: Babe Ruth and the World He Created”.


Shawn Laatsch 12.5.18

Shawn Laatsch joined us in-studio to talk about December programs at the Emera Astronomy Center.


Quinn Cummings 12.4.18

Writer (and retired actor) Quinn Cummings joined us to discuss her work and the current state of affairs in America.


Colin Fleming 12.4.18

Writer and critic Colin Fleming discussed some alternative Christmas films, including “Black Christmas” and John Ford’s “Three Godfathers”.


Heather Pierson 12.4.18

Musician and vocalist Heather Pierson joined us to talk about her career and influences and her upcoming Maine performances.


Christopher Titus 12.3.18

Actor and comedian Christopher Titus returned to the show to talk about his new DVD, “Amerigeddon”.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.30.18

Mighty John Marshall takes us on our weekly trip in the musical time machine.


Livingston Taylor 11.28.18

Singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor returned to the show to talk about performing, changes in the way music gets to the people, and his upcoming show at the Chocolate Church in Bath on December 9.


Patrick Fabian 11.27.18

Actor Patrick Fabian joined us to discuss his work on “Better Call Saul” and his new film, “Driver X”.


Colin Fleming 11.27.18

Writer and critic Colin Fleming joined us for a discussion of the genius of John Lennon.


Bryan Cranston 11.19.18

Bryan Cranston returned to Downtown to discuss his role as newscaster Howard Beale in the Broadway production of “Network”.


This Day In Rock & Roll History 11.16.18

Mighty John Marshall takes us on our weekly trip in the musical time machine.


John O’Hurley 11.15.18

Actor John O’Hurley was back on the show today to talk about next week’s annual broadcast of the National Dog Show on NBC.


Colin Fleming 11.13.18

Writer and critic Colin Fleming discusses the release of the final film by Orson Welles, “The Other Side of the Wind”.