Friday, June 8, 2012

Click and Clack to sign off

Coming across the twitterverse and Car
RAY: …and my brother turning over the birthday odometer to 75, we’ve decided that it’s time to stop and smell the cappuccino.
TOM: So as of October, we’re not going to be recording any more new shows. That’s right, we’re retiring.
So, in the spirit of shameless commerce this blog will sell anything.


caheidelberger said...

This better not mean This American Life expands to two hours. I can't understand Ira Glass, let alone stand him.

larry kurtz said...

Doug Berman was just interviewed on WBUR's Here and Now.

Talking with SDPB in Deadwood reminded me that public radio is a laboratory for learning every day and how important legislative funding is for education.

Diversity is why I love public radio, Cory: just change the channel when the drone fills your ears.

D.E. Bishop said...

I like Click & Clack, in small doses. I'd rather listen to them than Garrison Keillor. (I have to whisper that quietly her in MN Lutheran-land. Keillor is almost goddish here. I do like his bookstore though.)

Stan Gibilisco said...

Aw heck, I like them all. Ira Glass did a show awhile back that will stick in my mind forever. It was about those yuppie corporate conventions ...

caheidelberger said...

Turn I do... to The Current from MPR or to CKUA from Alberta! Alberta is the North Dakota of Canada, yet it has a thriving and diverse musical scene province-wide. Remarkable!

Albertans also enunciate better than Ira Glass.