Shelley Fabares joined us on today’s show to talk about “The Donna Reed Show”, “Johnny Angel”, “Coach”, and many more highlights of her career.
Shelley Fabares 7.9.20
Josh Dela Cruz 7.8.20
Josh Dela Cruz joined us to talk about the upcoming Blues Clues special, “Blue’s Sing-A-Long Spectacular” and the the start of Season 2 of “Blues Clues & You”.
Colin Fleming 7.7.20
Writer Colin Fleming looks back at some forgotten Charlie Brown specials, a bizarre mid-summer animated production, and discusses why catchers are baseball’s best.
Sonny Curtis 7.6.20
Singer-songwriter-musician Sonny Curtis joined us to discuss his some of the highlights of his remarkable career, from The Crickets and his friendship with Buddy Holly, to writing classics like “I Fought The Law”, “Walk Right Back”, “More Than I Can Say”, and “Love Is All Around”, the theme from “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”.
Peri Gilpin 7.6.20
Peri Gilpin returned to the show this afternoon to talk with us about her new web series, “Old Guy”, now available free on You Tube from Five Sisters Productions.
Franke Previte 7.1.20
Oscar-winning singer-songwriter joined us to discuss the release of his new single, “One World”, and the great story behind it.
Colin Fleming 6.30.20
We’d talked with writer Colin Fleming today about a couple of recent works of fiction and his prodigious output of the last couple of years.
Mark S. Cartier 6.29.20
Actor and Beatles blogger Mark Cartier returned to the show to discuss the 50th anniversary of the “Let It Be” album.
Mike Farrell 6.25.20
Actor Mike Farrell returned to Downtown to talk about how he’s handling the Covid-19 quarantine, his recent appearance with Loretta Swit on Alan Alda’s podcast, and the importance of the upcoming election.
Rena Owen 6.24.20
Actress Rena Owen joined us this afternoon to discuss her career and the recently-completed third season of the Freeform series, “Siren”.
Colin Fleming 6.23.30
Writer Colin Fleming discusses list-making and compares notes of a few specifics, including favorite smells and Beatles albums.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 6.19.20
Mighty John Marshall takes us on another journey through the musical past.
Johnny Johnson 6.16.20
Johnny Johnson talked with us about his journey from Grateful Dead roadie to commercial fisherman, documented in the new Discovery series, “All On The Line”.
Colin Fleming 6.16.20
Writer Colin Fleming talked “Newhart”, The Beach Boys, “The Outer Limits”, and Columbus on today’s appearance.
Marshall Crenshaw 6.15.20
Singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw joined us to talk about his career, from Beatlemania to his Golden Globe-nominated work on “Walk Hard”, and we discussed a documentary project that’s in the works on legendary producer Tom Wilson. Marshall has re-issued his 1999 album “Miracle Of Science”, which also includes two new bonus tracks. Visit marshallcrenshaw.com for information.