Music legend Bobby Hart talks about his work with The Monkees, ESPN's Adam Finkelstein on Maine's new basketball recruits, John Karalis on the Celtics' possible moves, Michael Rand of the Minneapolis Star Tribune on potential Kevin Love deals, and Jimmy Howard of the Detroit Red Wings on his stolen head.
Thursday, October 30 - A World Series recap, a Pats-Broncos preview, David Wall on SEC football, Gibran Graham with Downtown Weekend, Tim Bissell's 3-Pint Stance, a social media minute with Tobin Slaven.
Basketball talk with new Maine Coach Bob Walsh and his former boss at Providence, Tim Welsh of ESPN, plus actors Caitlin FitzGerald (Masters of Sex) and Mike Farrell (M*A*S*H*), as well as Dana White, the Maine native who is the President of UFC.
Sen. George Mitchell discusses his Maine Sports Hall of Fame induction and the lasting impact of the Mitchell Report, comedian Jeff Altman recalls his appearances on some of the most iconic sitcoms in television history and Patriot broadcaster Bob Socci looks at the team's off-season moves and draft preparation.
It's an eclectic mix on this week's Best of Downtown. Author Randy Spencer talks about his new book "Wide and Deep", NBA broadcaster Dante Marchitelli on the early playoff action, filmmakers Aron Gaudet & Gita Pullapilly discuss their movie "Beneath The Harvest Sky."
Bob Ryan looks at how the marathon bombing changed Boston, Dan Epstein discusses 70's baseball and his new book "Stars & Strikes" about the '76 season, Maine Athletic Director Karlton Creech weighs in on the men's basketball program, John Karalis reviews the Celtics season, and Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press looks at the Bruins-Red Wings series.
Actor John O'Hurley lets us in on a project he's working on with Bryan Cranston, Chad Finn talks about the Red Sox early season, Steve Buckley on Derrick Gordon and the upcoming Boston Marathon, Charlotte Bobcats broadcaster Steve Martin on fellow Mainer, coach Steve Clifford, and a discussion on Maine men's basketball with Skip Chappelle and Sam Perkins of One Bid Wonders.
Paul Reiser talks about his return to stand-up comedy, his new movie with Anna Kendrick, and the possible fate of Murray the Dog from "Mad About You." Plus Nick Cafardo on the Red Sox, Mike Miccoli talks Bruins, Celtics insight from Jay King, and the WWE's Cesaro.
This week's Best of Downtown features baseball previews from Orioles broadcaster Gary Thorne, Sports Illustrated's Jay Jaffe, and Ray Flowers of Sirius XM Radio, plus Northwestern broadcaster Dave Eanet, and Mike Halford of Pro Hockey Talk.
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