Nick DiPaolo – #1118-1

Nick DiPaolo – #1118-1

Nick and Tom are familiar with a lot of media formats. All have their ups and downs, but when it comes to ratings, TV is only down. Except for Fox News, but there are some key people you can thank for that.

Best Of #36 Brought to you by Bradshaw & Bryant

Best Of #36 Brought to you by Bradshaw & Bryant

VIVA LAS BEST OF BABY! Although the main show was off in Vegas the past few days we still have plenty of best of content for you to bet the farm on. Fantastically skilled and not at all luck based clips include: writer John Wilder, Duck Dynasty’s own Willie Robertson, and radio icon Jay Thomas.

Henry Phillips [#750-1]

Henry Phillips [#750-1]

Henry is a singer/songwriter/comedian.  He does cooking too, because you have to have something to do with your time.

Phil Hanley [#746-2]

Phil Hanley [#746-2]

Phil and Tom talk political correctness, gun control, and oversensitive college students.  Which is weird because Phil isn’t exactly a shock comic, but he might be considered one in the near future.

Tom’s in the Hall [#733-1]

Tom’s in the Hall [#733-1]

Well, he’s not in quite yet, but according to everyone he might as well be in.  If you’re not up on the latest Tom Barnard news, the hall in question is the Radio Hall of Fame.  It’s a pretty big deal apparently.

Brian Lambert [#715-1]

Brian Lambert [#715-1]

Brian is a Minnesota mainstay, much like Tom.  Unlike Tom, Brian is not slowly transforming into Toots.  What he is doing is writing for Minnpost.  Why not check it out, friend?

Dean Potter [#659-1]

Dean Potter [#659-1]

Dean Potter is a professional Extreme and Radical Dude. That is to say he climbs and then jumps off cliffs. His lifestyle prompts the crew to discuss the merits of living such a dangerous life.

Mischke’s Musings [#579-1]

Mischke’s Musings [#579-1]

Tom has many gripes about the way the world is and was.  Mischke attempts to analyze and encourage the topics, but maybe not the reactions to said topics.

Joe Anderson AKA Mister Phunn [#571-2]

Joe Anderson AKA Mister Phunn [#571-2]

In the past we’ve often talked about the old days of Minnesota radio.  In fact, I believe we just had a show about that a couple weeks ago.  Well, here’s another one, this time featuring Joe’s take on why everything’s gone to hell.  Bonus topics: football, bandmates that hated each other, and The Soup.

Best Of 5 [#562]

Best Of 5 [#562]

Ready for some radio nostalgia?  Because today we’re revisiting the bygone days of Tom and Don revisiting the bygone days of radio.  Also featured is when Tom appeared on Fitzdog Radio where they discussed the merits of podcasting.

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