Legendary singer Dionne Warwick joined us to discuss her career and her upcoming album, “She’s Back”.
Dionne Warwick 2.22.19
This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.22.19
Mighty John Marshall with our weekly blast from the past.
Loretta Swit 2.21.19
Actress and activist Loretta Swit joined us to discuss a new book featuring her artwork, the Icon Award she’ll receive at the Oscars party, and her eleven seasons as Margaret Houlihan on M*A*S*H*. For more information about Loretta’s book and her animal advocacy work please visit her website SwitHeart.org.
Mark Duplass 2.21.19
Mark Duplass returned to Downtown to discuss his new film, “Paddleton”, which premieres on Netflix on February 22.
Kathy Swanson & Vince O’Connell 2.20.19
Filmmakers Kathy Swanson and Vince O’Connell talked with us about their new movie, “Farmer of the Year”, which will showing soon in select theaters around the state of Maine.
Scott Moreau 2.20.19
Scott Moreau joined us to talk about his show, “Late & Alone: An Intimate Portrait of Johnny Cash”, which comes to the Winthrop Performing Arts Center on March 2.
Colin Fleming 2.19.19
Writer Colin Fleming discusses his new short story, “Hold Until Relieved”, and shares his thoughts on a new Netflix documentary on Sam Cooke.
Meghan Cox Gurdon 2.18.19
Wall Street Journal columnist Meghan Cox Gurdon joined us to discuss her new book, “The Enchanted Hour”, all about the power and benefits of reading aloud to children.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 2.15.19
Mighty John Marshall with another trip in the musical time machine.
Robert Brangwynne & Deborah Rooks-Ellis 2.14.19
Actor Robert Brangwynne and Deborah Rooks-Ellis from the Maine Autism Institute for Education and Research joined us to discuss Some Theatre Company’s upcoming production of “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime”.
Fred Koller 2.13.19
Songwriting legend Fred Koller joined us to discuss his music and his career as a bookstore owner.
Colin Fleming 2.12.19
Writer Colin Fleming talks love on this week’s segment, discussing the poetry of Keats and Bob Dylan’s “Blood On The Tracks”.
Wade Shepard & Assasi 2.11.19
Author and filmmaker Wade Shepard is working on a documentary on Syrian hip hop artist Assasi and they joined us in studio to share some of this remarkable story.
Dr. Wendy Walsh 2.11.19
Radio host and relationship expert Dr. Wendy Walsh visited with us to discuss her new podcast, “Mating Matters”.
Shawn Laatsch 2.11.19
Shawn Laatsch joined us in studio to discuss February programs at Emera Astronomy Center.