"Jason Ellis Show" co-host, comic, and NY Times best-selling writer Mike Tully hosts a weekly interview show that is equal parts funny and thought-provoking.
Peter Cozzens discusses his latest book "Tecumseh and the Prophet: The Shawnee Brothers Who Defied a Nation," plus how this story fits into the larger history of the American West.
Mark McGrath returns for a look at new and noteworthy albums released this month 40 years ago. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs!
Bizarre Albums podcast host Tony Thaxton returns for a look at some 80's and 80's movie soundtrack musical lowlights.
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Mark McGrath joins for a continuing series! This week, a look back at notable new music releases from January 1981. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs and support The Tully Show by visiting Patreon.com/MikeTully!
MIT professor Jennifer S. Light discusses her book, "States of Childhood: From the Junior Republic to the American Republic, 1895-1945." Read the book FREE at mitpress.mit.edu
Mark McGrath joins for a look at the surprising number of musical acts who have borne an uncanny similarity to The Boss. Visit MarkMcGrath.com!
Tony Thaxton - host of the "Bizarre Albums" podcast - joins for a look back at "The Super Bowl Shuffle" and a bunch of songs that make "The Super Bowl Shuffle" look good by comparison.
The Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist discusses his book, "A Libertarian Walks Into a Bear: The Utopian Plot to Liberate an American Town (And Some Bears)."
Mark McGrath returns for a look at notable new music released forty years ago this month.
Music writer Michaelangelo Matos discusses his new book, "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year."
A short history of when amazing performers with the best of intentions have come together to make some of the worst music of all time. Visit MarkMcGrath.com and listen to Mark McGrath's 120 on SiriusXM's 90's on 9!
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Cemetery date gone wrong, Taco Bell, George Clooney's FLOWBEE, and more. (Yes, I talk about getting fired a bit, too.)
A conversation with the MIT professor of philosophy and author of "Midlife: A Philosophical Guide."
Jonathan Katz revisits "Dr. Katz Professional Therapist" ahead of Sunday's "Dr. Katz Live" event at RushTix.com. Then Comedy Central founder Art Bell discusses his book, "Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor."
Director Billy Corben discusses "537 Votes," a documentary about the 2000 Florida presidential recount streaming now on HBO and HBO Max.
Best-selling author Brad Meltzer on "I Am Anne Frank" and "I Am Benjamin Franklin," the latest entries in his "Ordinary People Change the World" series. Then NBA Coach of the Year and 2019 world champion Nick Nurse on his new book, "Rapture: Fifteen Teams, Four Countries, One NBA Championship, and How to Find a Way to Win -- Damn Near Anywhere."…
Part two of musical hits and misses recorded by famous bands...but NOT featuring their famous front men (and women). Listen to "Mark McGrath's 120" every weekend on SiriusXM's 90's on 9!
Reed Galen discusses his work with the Lincoln Project and the Real Facebook Oversight Board.
"The State" alum, actor, and author Michael Ian Black discusses his latest book, "A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son." Then, "Butt Boy" director and star Tyler Cornack.
Musical hits and misses recorded by famous bands...but NOT featuring their famous front men (and women).
Ann Druyan on Season 3 of "Cosmos," which makes its network debut Tuesday September 22nd on Fox. Then John Micklethwait, co-author of "The Wake Up Call: Why the Pandemic Has Exposed the Weakness of the West, and How to Fix It."
Scream queen Linnea Quigley discusses her long career in horror plus her latest film "The Good Things Devils Do." Then Sami Saif on his 2017 G.G. Allin documentary "The Allins: All in the Family."
The Atlantic contributor and author of "Superpower Interrupted: The Chinese History of the World" joins from Hong Kong.