We discussed avant garde art with writer Colin Fleming, including works by Man Ray, Franz Kafka, T.E. Hulme, and John Coltrane.
Colin Fleming 1.18.22
John Lodge 1.14.22
Singer-songwriter-bassist John Lodge of The Moody Blues talked with us about his new live album, THE ROYAL AFFAIR AND AFTER, which features a new version of his classic, RIDE MY SEE-SAW.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 1.14.22
Mighty John Marshall fills us in on the important event of January 14 in music history.
Josh Karp 1.13.22
Writer Josh Karp returned to Downtown to discuss the deaths of legendary director Peter Bogdanovich and comedian and actor Bob Saget.
Matthew Delamater 1.13.22
Actor and Maine resident Matthew Delamater talked with us about his work in the new film from director George Clooney, THE TENDER BAR.
Colin Fleming 1.11.22
We talked blues with writer Colin Fleming, discussing works by Little Walter, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Willie Dixon, Mississippi John Hurt, and more.
Patrika Darbo 1.10.22
Actress Patrika Darbo joined us this afternoon to discuss her career and her upcoming return to DAYS OF OUR LIVES.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 1.7.22
Mighty John Marshall takes us on a tour of the important music events of January 7 through the years.
Colin Fleming 1.4.22
Writer Colin Fleming talked with us about his new book, SCROOGE, a look at the 1951 film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Alastair Sim.
Colin Fleming 12.21.21
Writer Colin Fleming talks about a holiday edition of YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR, Orson Welles, his essay on Joan Harrison in The Smart Set, and Sam Cooke & Christmas. Colin’s latest book, SCROOGE, is available now.
William Davis, M.D. 12.21.21
Dr. William Davis joined us this afternoon to discuss his latest book, SUPER GUT.
Stephen Tobolowsky 12.17.21
Actor, author, and storyteller Stephen Tobolowsky paid us a visit on today’s Downtown and discussed what he looks for in a director, voice-over work, and The Goldbergs.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 12.17.21
Mighty John Marshall fills us in on the big events of December 17 in music history.
Joyce Bulifant 12.16.21
Actress Joyce Bulifant returned to the show this afternoon to discuss the audio book release of her memoir, MY FOUR HOLLYWOOD HUSBANDS. Joyce began our conversation by explaining why she has moved three times in the past year. Editor’s Note: I misspoke and referred to Helen Hayes as Joyce’s former stepmother, when I meant to […]
Colin Fleming 12.14.21
Writer Colin Fleming talked with us about the journals of Thoreau, an early Christmas greeting from The Beatles, the Rankin-Bass version of ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, and a holiday edition of Lights Out. Colin’s latest book, SCROOGE, is available now.