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Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith sit down to discuss the latest news and developments with the Seattle Mariners, from the viewpoint of the front office.Listen to or download individual episodes below, subscribe via iTunes or use your RSS reader so you never miss a single episode.
 
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1) My Thoughts: Buckle up for a bumpy February of B10 hoops 2) Game Day: Beat writer James Hawkins says this is a huge week for Michigan hoops 3) Quick Hits: Softball is back in action Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
1) My Thoughts: Coach B is still tinkering with the rotation 2) Game Day: Beat writer Orion Sang from The Detroit Free Press thinks Michigan offensive woes can be fixed 3) Quick Hits: Softball is back Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com.
 
The best of Listen in, Michigan Welcome to the 25th episode of Listen in, Michigan. In celebration of the miracle that I have actually survived making 24 of these podcasts, no small feat for a print journalist working alone in a recording studio, I have cut together some of my favorite snippets from the podcast so far. If you haven’t listened o ...…
 
1) My Thoughts: Coach B is doing it again 2) Game Day: MLive beat writer Andrew Kahn thinks Michigan hasn't peaked yet 3) Quick Hits: Women's basketball and hockey both struggling Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
1) My Thoughts: It was just one loss 2) Game Day: Brendan Quinn from The Athletic says Michigan has all the pieces for a great finish 3) Quick Hits: Big win for ladies hoops and Hockey back in action this week Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
1) My Thoughts: Has Michigan hoops peaked too soon? 2) Game Day: Wolverine.com Editor Chris Balas joins me with his thoughts on basketballs hot start and the football staff additions 3) Quick Hits: Womens Hoops and Hockey have big weeks ahead Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) My Thoughts: We lose two coaches two Ohio State. Oh my! 2) Game Day: Beat guy James Hawkins from The Detroit News joins me to talk about the great start for Michigan hoops! 3) Quick Hits: Womens hoops playing well and hockey needs to pick it up Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) My Thoughts: We are nowhere near an elite program as 2019 begins 2) Game Day: Cody Stavenhagen from The Athletic Detroit thinks Michigan needs more speed and some offensive updates if we want to become elite 3) Quick Hits: Michigan Hoops and Hockey take center stage in January Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodca ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: We need to win this one for many reasons 2) Visitors Edition: Scott Carter from FloridaGators.com says their fan base isn't thrilled to play us again, but they want the W anyway 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and closing thoughts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) New & Notes: National signing day..part one is upon us 2) Game Day: John Borton from The Wolverine joins me 3) Quick Hits: Peach Bowl program reminders Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
He was brilliant, brave, and curious — and his tale unspools like a thrilling mystery. Architect Raoul Wallenberg, ’35, protected thousands of Jews from the Nazis in World War II. And then he vanished off the face of the earth. Details of his disappearance remain a mystery to this day, but he likely was murdered in a Russian prison shortly afte ...…
 
Filmmaker Dan Chace, BA ’83, shares the labor of love that manifested as a beautiful documentary about beloved Wolverines football announcer Bob Ufer. The film is called "Footballs's Valhalla: The Bob Ufer Story." Read full story at Michigan Today More on Dan Chace 2012 Documentary: Perseverance: The Story of Dr. Billy Taylor Black Point West Films…
 
Poet and retired lecturer Keith Taylor delivers a new book that celebrates Ann Arbor and all its charms. In Taylor’s world, the skateboarder is angel, the hickory is holy woman, and the park bench? Nirvana. Read full story at Michigan Today More on Keith Taylor Faculty Contact Ecstatic Destinations Taylor's Website…
 
Good news! Your 1968 photo of RFK is on the cover of a 2017 bestseller. Bad news: It’s credited to someone else. Listen in as Michigan Daily alumni Andy Sacks and Jay Cassidy take you back to Spring 1968 when RFK campaigned for a presidential bid in Detroit. As student photographers, Sacks and Cassidy captured some of the last images of Kennedy ...…
 
Raconteur John U. Bacon, BA ’86/MA ’94, regales the listener with tales – heartfelt and hilarious – culled from a 25-year career covering sports. His book "The Best of Bacon" features “select cuts,” showcasing Michigan heroes Bo Schembechler and Jim Abbott, as well as Detroit legends Ernie Harwell, Joe Louis, and more. Read full story at Michig ...…
 
In this episode, we chat with Susan Pile, U-M’s senior director of university unions and auxiliary services. She is managing the 20-month renovation of the beloved Michigan Union, but fear not: She is fiercely protective of its legacy. Read full story at Michigan Today Michigan Union Photos and History More on Union Renovation Renovation Websit ...…
 
Zingerman's Bakehouse co-owner Frank Carollo, BS ’76, celebrates 25 years in business with a gorgeous cookbook rich in history, humor, and of course, those precious how-to's. You can practically smell the bread baking as Frank shares his love of the kitchen. Read full story at Michigan Today Zingerman's Bakehouse More on Zingerman's Zingerman's ...…
 
From dinosaurs to dioramas, U-M holds some 25 million specimens and cultural objects in more than 20 distinct museums, libraries, and collections. Listen in, as we ‘meet’ some of the explorers who amassed this expansive archive. Read full story at Michigan Today Object Lessons & the Formation of Knowledge More on Object Lessons Carla Sinopoli K ...…
 
Student organizations at the University of Michigan range from the sublime (Solar Car) to the ridiculous (Squirrel Club). Either way, the students who manage them are extraordinarily bright, motivated, and accomplished. Meet them on the Michigan Diag in this raucous, loud, and energetic episode. Read full story at Michigan Today More on Festifa ...…
 
Composer/arranger Jerry Bilik, BMus ’55/MMus ’61, takes you inside the Michigan Marching Band. He’s the artist behind some of their most beloved classics. Plus he's a huge Beatles fan. Read full story at Michigan Today More on Bilik and the Band Jerry Bilik's website Michigan Marching Band William D. Revelli…
 
The Michigan Theater Foundation’s Lee Berry, BA ’78/MBA ’99, previews the new-and-improved State Theatre. At the time of the recording, the theater was still under renovation. It's quite spectacular now! Read full story at Michigan Today View Michigan Theater WebsiteBy mtoday@umich.edu (Deborah Holdship).
 
Gail Offen, BGS ’78, takes foodies on a tasty trip through A2 past and present, from the Del Rio to Pizza Bob’s, from Drake’s to Le Dog. Her book "Iconic Restaurants of Ann Arbor" is filled with local history and wonderful anecdotes. Read full story at Michigan Today Iconic Restaurants of Ann ArborBy mtoday@umich.edu (Deborah Holdship).
 
Investigative reporter, civil rights advocate, and U-M journalism instructor Will Potter talks propaganda, dissent, and a free press that is anything but an ‘enemy of the people.’ Preach, Will. Read full story at Michigan Today [View Video of Jay Cassidy as Featured Alum][2] More on Will Potter Potter's Website Ted Talk Faculty Contact…
 
Bentley Historical Library Director Terrence McDonald examines the creative (and often conflictual) tension that has long existed between U-M and its constituents. Read full story at Michigan Today More on Terry McDonald Faculty Contact Appointment StoryBy mtoday@umich.edu (Deborah Holdship).
 
U-M’s bicentennial (2017) is upon us. What better time to celebrate the legacies and achievements that make Michigan what it is? Hear from U-M historians Kim Clarke and Gary Krenz. They will regale you with trivia that will entertain your alumni party guests. We promise. Read full story at Michigan Today View Michigan Bicentennial Video More on ...…
 
Author and U-M professor Heather Ann Thompson, BA ’87/MA ’87, delivers the first definitive history of the 1971 Attica prison uprising and its devastating aftermath. This is a phoner, so the audio is a bit rough. Sorry! Read full story at Michigan Today Blood in Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy More on Heather Ann Thomps ...…
 
Executive coach Fritz Seyferth, BSIOE ’73, shares lessons learned from mentor Bo Schembechler on how to build and lead great teams. He should know. He played for Bo and worked with him for many years. Read full story at Michigan Today View Fritz Seyferth's Consulting Business, FS/ABy mtoday@umich.edu (Deborah Holdship).
 
Imagine Mark Twain’s iconic ne’er-do-well as the high school counselor who launched your career. LA native and Emeritus Professor Larry Goldstein shares some of his poetry about Los Angeles and tells the story of how child actor Tommy Kelly (who once played Tom Sawyer in the movies) set him on a writing and teaching career that would have made ...…
 
Professor Ralph Williams reflects on “the American project,” the pursuit of happiness, and the future of the human race. Williams is a beloved and highly revered professor at U-M and an expert on Shakespeare and world religions. Plus he has the most majestic way of speaking. Listen in! Read full story at Michigan Today More on Ralph Williams Ro ...…
 
A rambunctious war of words is raging on the political front line while U-M’s No. 1 debate team reaps the spoils here at home. (This is a conversation with U-M debate expert Aaron Kall, and we recorded it during the Republican candidates' debates prior to the 2018 presidential election.) Read full story at Michigan Today View Video of Kall's De ...…
 
It’s short. It’s sweet. And it can really swing. But the origins of “Let’s Go Blue” were anything but simple. Listen in, as arranger/composer/musician Albert Ahronheim deconstructs one of the most legendary sports anthems ever. Read full story at Michigan Today More on Albert Ahronheim & Jim Tobin Albert Ahronheim James Tobin…
 
Author and Michigan Daily alumna Stephanie Steinberg shares tales from her book about the history of The Michigan Daily and recounts the high stakes and high jinks of life as a college newspaper reporter. Plus: Peace Corps at 55. Read full story at Michigan Today In the Name of Editorial Freedom — 125 Years at The Michigan Daily More on Stephan ...…
 
Sure, we know the War of 1812, but how about the War of 1817? It happened right here at U-M – in 1929. Listen in, as James Tobin recounts more bizarre history of the University. Later in the episode we hear from Aaron Dworkin, former dean of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Read full story at Michigan Today How Frank H. Culver changed history…
 
Jim Tobin, PhD ’86, proves truth is more poignant than fiction in Michigan Today’s new audio feature, “Listen In, Michigan.” Read full story at Michigan Today More on Jim Tobin Heritage Project Tobin's WorksBy mtoday@umich.edu (Deborah Holdship).
 
1) News & Notes: Jim is staying put. Chase is MVP 2) Game Day: Beat writer James Hawkins from The Detroit News is my guest 3) Quick Hits: Program notes for December Website: www.themichignamanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
1) News & Notes: Urban is gone. Will there be a drop off in Columbus? 2) Game Day: Beat writer Aaron McMann from MLive says no one seems excited about The Peach Bowl, but we need the victory. 3) Quick Hits: Next week we talk Michigan hoops. Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) View From Section 17: We're not there yet! 2) Game Day: Nick Baumgardner from The Detroit Free Press says it was a season of improvement...just not enough 3) Quick Hits: Rashan is gone. Who's next? Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast.com
 
1) View From Section 17: It's Time! 2) Visitors Segment: Tim May from The Columbus Dispatch says this will be a game! 3) Quick Hits: Game day facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com. Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com It's Time! GO BLUE!
 
1) View From Section 17: It's time! 2)Game Day: Angelique Chengelis from The Detroit News joins me to preview The Game 3) Quick Hits: Injury news & more Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com On Thursday's Visitors Edition we'll be joined by Buckeye beat writer Tim May from The Columbus Dispatch. Happy Tha ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: Can you believe this is the home finale? 2) Visitors Edition: Hoosier radio play by play voice Don Fischer joins me 3) Quick Hits: Game Day Facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com Next week we get ready for THE GAME. On Tuesday my guest will be The Angel of The Big House - bea ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: Looks like another snow globe game with IU 2) Game Day: MLive beat writer Aaron McMan says take care of business on Saturday and next weeks buzz will be off the charts 3) Quick Hits: Injury chatter Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com Legendary Hoosier radio voice Don Fisher join ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: We're getting healthier down the stretch 2) Visitors Segment: Steve Politi from The Newark Star Ledger says Saturday will be like a home game for Michigan 3) Quick Hits: Game Day Facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com Believe it or not next week against Indian is the home fin ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: The Revenge Tour heads to Piscataway 2) Game Day: Cody Stavenhagen from The Athletic Detroit says this Michigan team gets better each and every week 3) Quick Hits: Notes from Jim's Monday presser Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com On Thursday's Visitors Edition I'll be joined b ...…
 
1) The View From Section 17: The home stretch begins 2) Visitors Edition: Penn State radio voice Steve Jones is our guest 3) Quick Hits: Injury news & game day facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
1) View From Section 17: It could be a November to remember 2) Game Day: Beat writer Nick Baumgardner from The Detroit Free Press says Michigan has the mental stones to run the table in Big10 play 3) Quick Hits: Injury news and Thursday Visitors segment info Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email:themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) View From Section 17: Rest up this week. November should be fun! 2) Visitors Segment: National college football writer Nicole Auerbach shares her thoughts on Michigan Football and what she thinks will be a big November for Wolverine fans 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and Penn St program reminders Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: ...…
 
1) View From Section 17: As Chase said...I apologize for NOTHING! 2) Game Day: Michigan great Greg Skrepenak has plenty to say about the storm trooper march and beating Sparty 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and up to number 5 in the polls Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com On Thursday's Visitors Edition ...…
 
1) View From Section 7: We need this one! 2) Visitors Edition: Graham Couch from The Lansing State Journal says the Spartans are banged up, but if we let them hang around it will go down to the wire 3) Quick Hits: Injury updates and game day facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com…
 
1) View From Section 17: Oh what a night! 2) Game Day: Radio play by play voice Jim Brandstatter joins me 3) Quick Hits: Injury talk and presser notes Website: www.maizenbrew.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com On Thursday’s Visitors Edition we’ll hear from Spartan beat writer Graham Couch from The Lansing State Journal…
 
1) View From Section 17: The gauntlet begins 2) Visitors Segment: Badger beat writer Jason Galloway from The Wisconsin State Journal says this game is a must win for them 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and game day facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com
 
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