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Best Classictv podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A biweekly podcast revisiting classic television, one series at a time. Hosts Hannah and Jeffrey are your intrepid and informed tour guides through TV's back catalog as they take a fresh look at shows which have been off the air for at least 15 years and are available on a major streaming service, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.
 
TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
War Movies takes you back to ancient times of histories great empires, their conquest, to modern day warfare. Hollywood greatest heroes on the silver screen come alive once again with epic tales of sacrifice and heroism. Taken from the public domain archives of Nostalgia USA Studios each movie will be full of action and adventure.
 
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From July 2014: Dwayne Epstein, author of Lee Marvin: Point Blank, talks to Ed about how watching a Lee Marvin performance on screen “was like throwing a glass at a wall,” and the many ways in which Marvin created the modern American cinema of violence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
An encore presentation of our December 2014 conversation with actor, producer, and director Stanley Livingston. Known around the world as Chip Douglas on My Three Sons (ABC/CBS, 1960-1972), Stan is also the founder and CEO of The Actors Journey Project, a teaching program for both aspiring actors and working actors that helps fill a crucial gap in …
 
From December 2014: Actor, director, and producer Stanley Livingston talks to Ed about working with Ozzie Nelson and Jackie Cooper in the years before he was cast as Chip Douglas on My Three Sons, and how Nelson was particularly instrumental in the launch of Stan’s acting career. Stan is also the founder and CEO of The Actors Journey Project, a tea…
 
From September 2013: Broadcast legend Hugh Downs talks to Ed and Phil Gries about the events that first brought him to NBC; his appearances on The Jack Benny Program (including one that also featured Rock Hudson); working with Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, and Carl Reiner on the short-lived variety series Sid Caesar Invites You (ABC, 1958); and which i…
 
From September 2013: Hugh Downs talks to Ed and Phil Gries about the day he conducted the NBC orchestra when it played his original composition "Sandwriting" on The Merv Griffin Show; why composers aren't always the best conductors of their own work; and the brief time when Hugh wore three different hats on NBC-TV at the same time: host of The Toda…
 
From September 2013: Ed and Phil Gries welcome broadcast legend Hugh Downs. In a career that spanned seven decades, Hugh left his mark on three of the most iconic shows in television history (The Tonight Show, The Today Show, and ABC’s 20/20). plus he hosted Over Easy and Live from Lincoln Center for PBS, the syndicated talk show Not for Women Only…
 
From September 2016: Award-winning writer Vince Waldron, author of The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book, joins Tony, Donna, and Ed for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Dick Van Dyke Show, the most acclaimed comedy series of TV's golden age. Vince’s book tells you everything you wanted to know about the iconic sitcom, as seen through th…
 
From September 2016: Television historian and Emmy Award-winning writer Vince Waldron joins Tony, Donna, and Ed for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Dick Van Dyke Show, the most acclaimed comedy series of TV's golden age. Vince’s book The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book, Deluxe Expanded Archive Edition tells you everything you wanted …
 
From September 2018: Ed, Greg Ehrbar and Greg's son, Colin, discuss the "Uncle Goopy" sketch featuring Carl Reiner, Sid Caesar, and Howard Morris, the famous parody of This is Your Life from Your Show of Shows that continues to find new audiences today because it is timeless and funny. Carl Reiner passed away on Monday, June 29 at age 98. Learn mor…
 
From September 2018: Greg Ehrbar talks to Ed about how the "Uncle Goopy" sketch from Your Show of Shows, featuring Carl Reiner, Sid Caesar, and Howard Morris, continues to resonate with all kinds of audiences, including comedian Billy Crystal and even Greg's dog. Carl Reiner passed away on Monday, June 29 at age 98. Learn more about your ad choices…
 
TVC 499.1: Ed plays Part 2 of a three-part conversation with Carol Ford and Linda Groundwater, two of the co-authors (along with Dee Young) of Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography, a comprehensive, cradle-to-grave look at the life and career of the beloved Hogan’s Heroes star whose accomplishments in television and radio are often overshadowed by th…
 
TVC 499.2: Ed, Carol Ford, and Linda Groundwater play a few audio clips from some of Bob Crane’s celebrity interviews on his top-rated morning show on KNX Radio in Los Angeles (1956-1965), including a memorable appearance by Jonathan Winters that marked one of the few times when Crane found himself bested on the air. Bob Crane: The Definitive Biogr…
 
TVC 499.4: From June 2011: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember the finalization of Sonny & Cher’s divorce on June 27, 1975, and how the couple’s separation impacted not only The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (CBS, 1971-1974), but their respective solo variety hours during the 1974-1975 television season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adc…
 
TVC 499.5: Part 4 of Ed’s four-part conversation with five-time Emmy Award-winning talk show host, comedian, critic at large, and documentary film maker John Barbour, creator, producer, principal writer, and one of the original co-hosts of Real People (NBC, 1979-1984). Topics this segment include what a valuable commodity Real People T-shirts were …
 
TVC 499.6: John Barbour provides Ed with the back story of his guest appearance opposite Tim Conway in the “Take My Life, Please” episode of the original CSI, and the events that led John to write and produce Ernie Kovacs: Television’s Original Genius, the 1982 Showtime documentary that is still considered the definitive look at Kovacs’ life and ca…
 
TVC 499.7: From June 2011: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember The Bicentennial Minutes (CBS, 1974-1976), a series of one-minute educational television segments, produced by CBS News, that aired in prime time (usually at the end of the 8pm hour) to commemorate the bicentennial of the American Revolution. The series premiered on July 4, 1974 and was origin…
 
TVC 499.8: From June 2011: Tony, Donna, and Ed remember the first TV commercial to be sanctioned by the FCC—a ten-second spot for Bulova watches (“America runs on Bulova time”), which NBC affiliate WNBT (now WNBC) aired on July 1, 1941 before the start of the broadcast of a Major League Baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphi…
 
From November 2015: Part 3 of our roundtable discussion with Anne Serling (As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling), Joseph Dougherty (Pretty Little Liars), Dan Farren (Story Salon), and Tony Figueroa about the legacy of Rod Serling and episodes of The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery that continue to resonate with us. Topics this segment include Anne's …
 
From November 2015: Part 2 of our roundtable discussion on the legacy of Rod Serling featuring Anne Serling, Rod's daughter, and the author of As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling. Topics this segment include the Night Gallery episode "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar" (one of the best scripts Serling ever wrote), and the sheer number of people w…
 
TV Confidential commemorates the fortieth anniversary of the death of Rod Serling with a special multi-part minisode edition of our November 2015 conversation with Anne Serling, Rod's daughter. Anne joins Joseph Dougherty, Dan Farren, and Tony Figueroa for a special roundtable discussion of the legacy of Rod Serling, his impact on three generations…
 
From June 2011: Tony, Donna, and Ed discuss the premiere of the television adaptation of Amos 'n' Andy (CBS, 1951-1953) on June 28, 1951; the controversy that preceded and followed the series, as it aired during the era of segregation in the U.S. that led to the Civil Rights Movement; why CBS pulled the series from syndication in 1966; and how some…
 
TVC 498.1: Ed welcomes four-time Emmy Award-winning talk show host, producer, author and entrepreneur Bill Boggs (Midday Live, My Generation, Bill Boggs Corner Table, Comedy Tonight, The Morton Downey Jr. Show). Bill’s latest book, The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog, is a comic novel loosely based on Bill’s TV career that also satirizes today’s…
 
TVC 498.2: Four-time Emmy Award-winning talk show host and producer Bill Boggs (Midday Live, My Generation, Bill Boggs Corner Table) talks to Ed about his experiences working with such legends as Dick Clark, Frank Sinatra, and John “the voice of NFL Films” Facenda, and why a good talk show host also think like a producer. Bill’s latest book, The Ad…
 
TVC 498.4: Part 1 of a two-part segment in which Tony, Donna, and Ed remember actor, comedian, singer, and jazz trumpeter extraordinaire Jack Sheldon (The Merv Griffin Show), with a particular focus on his contributions to the iconic Saturday morning educational series Schoolhouse Rock. Sheldon wrote and performed seven tunes for Schoolhouse Rock, …
 
TVC 498.5: Part 3 of a conversation that began earlier this spring with John Barbour, the five-time Emmy Award-winning talk show host, comedian, critic at large, and documentary film maker who is also the creator, producer, principal writer, and one of the original co-hosts of Real People (NBC, 1979-1984). In this segment, John shares a few more st…
 
TVC 498.6: John Barbour, creator, producer, principal writer, and one of the original co-hosts of Real People (NBC, 1979-1984), talks to Ed about the impact that Real People continues to have on our culture, including the role it played in establishing the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the platform of future America’s Most Wanted host John Walsh. J…
 
TVC 498.7: Part 2 of a special edition of This Week in TV History that remembers the contributions of Jack Sheldon to the iconic Saturday morning series Schoolhouse Rock. Sheldon wrote and performed seven songs for Schoolhouse Rock, including “The Tale of Mr. Morton,” “Energy Blues,” “Where the Money Goes,” and, of course, “Conjunction Junction” an…
 
TVC 497.2: Tony, Donna, and Ed discuss some of Fred Willard’s early TV roles, including D.A. Bud Nugent on Sirota’s Court (a precursor to the character that John Larroquette played on Night Court), and how Willard brought an Everyman quality to just about every character he played. Fred Willard passed away on Friday, May 15 at the age of 86. Learn …
 
TVC 497.4: Author, producer, and Hollywood historian Laurie Jacobson talks to Ed about her years studying improv with Harvey Lembeck (and the many famous actors who often dropped in Harvey’s classes unannounced), taking acting lessons from Russell Johnson (and how The Professor took his role as teacher very seriously), and why cookbooks will never …
 
From November 2011: Jon Winokur, co-author of The Garner Files, the memoir of actor James Garner, provides insight into the production of My Name is Bill W., the Emmy Award-winning Hallmark Hall of Fame production starring and produced by Garner that tells the story of the co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous. Also in this segment: How Garner overca…
 
From November 2011: Jon Winokur, co-author of The Garner Files, the memoir of James Garner's life and career in show business, talks to Ed about the friendship and frequent collaborations between Garner and James Woods, including the time when Garner taught Woods how to play golf after making the acclaimed TV-movie Promise. Bonhams Auction House wi…
 
TVC 496.1: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with author, screenwriter, raconteur, and novelist Marvin J. Wolf. Marv’s latest book, They Were Soldiers: The Sacrifices and Contributions of Our Vietnam Veterans (a collaboration with New York Times bestselling author Joseph L. Galloway), profiles fifty men and women from various walks of l…
 
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