Thanks, as always, to my pal Nick Digilio, who had me on his WGN radio show last weekend to talk about what’s going on in movie theaters.
I love “This American Life.” For 17 years, Ira Glass has been sharing our stories, funny, wrenching, scary, romantic, always engaging and illuminating. He tells Buzzfeed how he feels 500 episodes later. Definitely worth a look, especially at the list […]
I love the NPR news quiz show “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me,” and listen every week. On May 2, fans will be able to watch the show live in theaters across the country. Tickets are available from Fathom Events. Peter Sagal and […]
Radio you can watch – that’s the idea. On November 15th, 2012, the public radio show This American Life will release a video of a two-hour episode entitled “The Invisible Made Visible.” Fans can download or stream the video for $5. It […]
A joy, as always, to talk to my pal Nick Digilio on WGN.
Gertrude Berg is described in this sympathetic and engaging documentary as an earlier version of Oprah. She wrote every word of over twelve thousand scripts. She played the lead role and oversaw every element of the programs on radio, in […]
Most Friday evenings I call in to the Kevin and Josh Movie Show here in DC to chat for a few minutes about the week in movies. Josh is away this week, so I get to fill in for the […]
I love talking to Nick Digilio, especially when I can be in the studio and we had a lot of fun talking yesterday about “Floored,” the great documentary about the Chicago pit traders and about what’s in theaters and upcoming […]
Thanks to Ben Ohmart for reminding us of the unjustly neglected Judy Canova. He specializes in books about golden-age era performers, and he is the author of a new biography of the “Ozark nightingale,” Judy Canova: Singin’ in the Corn!. […]
Thanks to Kevin “BDK” McCarthy and Josh Hylton for having me on the air to talk about the new releases!