Stuart McLean tells about “The Canoe Trip.” Excerpts from the Bob and Ray Public Radio Show including "Emergency Ward," and "Kanagroo Soccer." Also, This Week in the Mediaand The Wisdom of Mark Levy
My goodness, Tom Lehrer turned 84 last April. We present a
retrospective from his albums, from the Electric Company and from the review “Tomfoolery.” A Message from Richard Howland-Bolton and This Week in the Media
Spike Milligan sings “The Sewers of the Strand;” Stanley Holloway
sings “Let’s All go down to the Stand.” The Jack Benny Show
of 01/17/57. Jack, Mary and Dennis go to the racetrack so Jack
goes down to his vault for funds. Also, Jan C. Snow with Marginal Considerations and This Week in the Media.
Some early and more current Garrison Keillor: “Six AM;” “The Radio Announcer,” and “the Young Lutheran’s Guide to the Orchestra.” Also, Mark Levy and This Week in the Media
The progression of “Who’s on First” by Abbott and Costello from
the original to the Cleveland version – “There’s Only One Feller on the Team” - and to the Credibility Gap’s “Who’s on First.” Ruth Draper’s monologue “The Actress.” A Message from Richard Howland-Bolton and This Week in the Media.
The Oxford Union Debate with Gerard Hoffnung in which he
tells the Bricklayer’s Story. Also “The Bricklayer’s Song” by
Ray Stevens. And some Peter Seller’s material we have
hardly played, if ever - “Any Old Iron,” “We Need the Money,”
“Unchained Melody,” “Thank Heavens for Little Girls,” “Suddenly it’s Folk Song.” Also, Marginal Considerations with Jan C, Snow and This Week in the Media.
Small town radio is saluted with Lester Moran and the Cadillac
Cowboys (Programs 1 and 2) and Joyce Grenfell’s”Time to Waste.” And why Conrad calls himself Sagebrush Bob.
The Wisdom of Mark Levy and This Week in the Media.
Donovan, Marty Feldman and the Bonzo Dog Band sing about “shirts.” Some Bill Cosby classics including “Street Football,” and “Seattle.” .Also, a Message from Richard- Howland-Bolton and This Week in the Media.