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We show up when we’re least expected. Surprise! Here’s another well-conceived and well-executed program from your well-intentioned co-hosts. Thrill to animals, concepts, covers, and a lot more. That should hold you for a few days. (0:00:00) Haleloke and Arthur Godfrey — Yaaka Hula-Hickey Dula(0:02:29) Your DJs Arrive(0:07:10) The Joe Thomas Group —…
 
This week we have movie music, TV music, show tunes, summertime songs, birds, covers, Parisian adventures, chuckles, tobacco, new music, old music, pop music, and French music. That’s all of it. At last, a program with something for everyone. (0:00:00) Danny Kaye and Jane Wyman with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra — No Two People (from Hans Christ…
 
This week another tribute set (oh no!), summer music, medical advice, a new adventure for Eloise, jazz and pop and covers and birds, plus some NEW NEW NEW music for a change. And more (as usual). Happy holidays. (0:00:00) Chorus, Betty Garrett — Atmosphere (Intro to My Sister Eileen (1955))(0:02:38) Your DJs Wish They Could Live There(0:07:49) Haim…
 
Start with movies and end with TV: that’s our proven recipe for podcast success. Now that you know, you can start your own successful podcast! But please don’t, we want to continue as your primary source of entertainment for years to come, at least until we’ve played all the bird songs and the 17-year cicadas have returned. We’re still having so mu…
 
We had fun making this! It’s mostly old stuff but it’s GOOD old stuff, y’know? How can we still be having so much fun after all these years? Words fail us. (0:00:00) Dolly Parton — I Will Always Love You(0:02:54) Your DJs Are Here(0:05:52) James Booker — Big Nick(0:07:44) Nino Ferrer — Les cornichons (1965 version)(0:10:45) Sly and The Family Stone…
 
We spent an hour and a half and we managed to come up with this. It’s all well chosen and clearly identified and properly annotated: old and new, covers and originals, songs and instrumentals, smiles and chuckles. You are the beneficiaries, but only if you choose to listen. (0:00:00) Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn — Banjo Banjo(0:03:47) Your DJs A…
 
Music and stories and chat, then more music and more stories and more chat, over and over again. That’s what this program is all about. Hear what’s going on with us, our hopes and dreams, and then tell us your own problems, if you can find us. We’re right here, listening hard. (0:00:00) The King's Noyse with Ellen Hargis (soprano) and Paul O'Dette …
 
This week you’ll hear theme sets (sorry), show tunes, covers, fiddles, a book for precocious grown-ups, irreverence, and lots more. Indulge us by indulging yourselves. (0:00:00) Walter Jacobs and Lonnie Carter (Walter Vinson and Lonnie Chatman) — The Jazz Fiddler(0:03:13) Your DJs Show Up(0:07:55) King Missile — Jesus Was Way Cool(0:10:13) Ween — F…
 
Holiday weekends bring out the listeners. Hi, listeners! This week you’ll hear no covers and no foreign languages but you might hear some movie and TV music, instrumentals, pianos, show tunes, rags, animal noises, chat, and more. Maybe. You get what you pay for. (0:00:00) Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops Orchestra — Polka (from Shostakovich, The …
 
That’s the way it’s done, that’s the Full Duplex Radio formula for success. This week’s successes include classic comedy, lovely covers, retro soul, ex-bashing, pianos, a novachord, Disney music, and more, interrupted regularly by explanations and gossip and chat. Take it out for a spin! The first one is free. (0:00:00) Amy Adams — That’s How You K…
 
This week you’ll get help for your next pub trivia quiz while you enjoy music and chat ranging from the 1920s almost through today: standards, covers, movies, animals, chocolate, and more. There’s always more. Regular listeners know this. Drop in and download. (0:00:00) They Might Be Giants — Istanbul (Not Constantinople)(0:02:33) Your DJs Have a N…
 
If we MAY we’d like to present our first program of the new month featuring animals, children, hats, tributes, the silly, the old, and the extremely new. You MAY even enjoy it. MAYbe. (0:00:00) The Beatles — Back in the U.S.S.R. (Esher Demo)(0:03:00) Your DJs, Back Again(0:10:09) Deee-Lite — Groove Is in the Heart(0:14:02) Fiona Apple — Under the T…
 
The usual good time is in store for you again as we play songs that span decades and styles and that cater to no one and therefore to everyone! No, sorry, that doesn’t make any sense. But nothing about the program should surprise you regulars, except perhaps that we didn’t play any Christmas music this week. So get out your plungers and plunge righ…
 
A new 90-minute production drops and dozens of eager listeners fire up their listening devices, each hoping to be the first to download and enjoy it. Of course only one person can be first, but everyone discovers it’s worth listening to anyway. Some even listen twice. There’s no downside for anyone. (0:00:00) Jodlerklub "Bärgblüemli" Schattdorf — J…
 
Here’s another musical and chattical brain dump from your co-hosts, this week filled with covers and kid stuff, show tunes and standards, and one or two chuckles. We’ve done the work for you. (0:00:00) Isaac Hayes — By the Time I Get to Phoenix (single version)(0:06:56) Your DJs, Here!(0:13:19) Brad Mehldau — Blackbird(0:18:17) Nancy Wilson — Guess…
 
In a small studio in the northeast of the United States a father and his young daughter chat and play music. It’s a game. This week they play covers, parodies, and a lot of very old things, some even older than they are themselves. But it should appeal even to youngsters such as you. You could at least try it. Please. (0:00:00) The Poppy Family — T…
 
Welcome to our first quarantine episode, recorded in two studios at the same time in entirely different states. We did it before and we can do it again, so we did. This week we have a tribute to Kenny Rogers, a lot of quiet music, a little bit of raucous music, a couple two three covers, and lots of our usual stuff. Dig in and pass it on (it’s comp…
 
Winter oozes into Spring (except for our listeners in the Southern Hemisphere) and we slither right along with it bringing you movie music, covers, music boxes, funk, junk, bunk, and much more, all digestible and only 90 minutes long. How many downloads will there be? We don’t know but we can make a pretty good guess. At least YOU guys are here. (0…
 
The Ides of March are almost here. Only one shopping day left! Celebrate with a new episode of Your Favorite Podcast produced with all you eavesdroppers in mind. Women and men, girls and boys, all are welcome here. Cheap but filling music and chat. (0:00:00) Patsy Cline — She's Got You(0:02:59) Your DJs Have You(0:06:42) Tennessee Tech University B…
 
Retailers aren’t reliable but your co-hosts are. Hear us play recorded music for each other and then chat about it. It’s like eavesdropping but with simpler technology and it’s completely ethical. You’re actually invited. Sometimes we even mention you by name. Hi, guys and gals! (0:00:00) The Deller Consort — Once in Royal David's City(0:02:23) You…
 
Feel that nip in the air? Unless you’re down under you’ll need to get used to it for a while. But we’re here, safely indoors, providing light-hearted and heavy-hearted music and chat year-round, even when it isn’t Christmas. Hello, and behold. (0:00:00) Dave Swarbrick and Simon Nicol — The Dogs They Had a Party(0:03:01) Your DJs Start the Party(0:0…
 
The days are getting shorter and colder and the podcasts are getting longer. If your heart has cockles they will be warmed by this week’s offering of music, chat, and other stuff, crafted in the heartland of America by craftspeople who aren’t making a penny from it. (0:00:00) Julie Andrews with the Starlight Roof Orchestra — Polonaise "Je suis Tita…
 
This week we’re thankful that we have listeners, that we’ll never run out of music and stuff, and that the Axis was defeated. We’re also thankful for dial service and for Eve Arden. Have a holly jolly Thanksgiving on us. (But we’re not paying for yours.) (0:00:00) Bell Telephone System — Now You Can Dial (1954)(0:09:36) Your DJs Arrive and Thank Yo…
 
Seven years in the making: it’s our seventh anniversary show! It’s very much like all the others which is a good thing because we wouldn’t want to scare anyone away. So you’ll hear old and new, fast and slow, originals and covers, Nichols and May, all of that and more. We appreciate your ears and we thank you for lending them to us. (0:00:00) Henry…
 
Hear songs of murder, death, fire, and birds, plus other songs about cows, naps, coffee, cigarettes, and lighthouses. Hear the story of Rebecca’s adventures in Austin and another story about a hunter and a bear (no, not THAT story). All this plus a personal invitation to dine and dance at the Roosevelt Grill, and even more. Could November get any b…
 
Plus an egg basket, eight different freezing speeds, and many more extras. You’ll have a fun time listening to this episode because we had a fun time making it, and that’s how it works. That, in fact, is our business model. You may now download it. (0:00:00) Ferlin Husky — Wings of a Dove(0:02:17) Your DJs Are Here with Their Hellos(0:04:55) Comedi…
 
And it comes out here: decades-spanning music and chat for an autumn interlude. "See those leaves, Linus? They’re flying south for the winter." "What makes you think those leaves are flying south, Lucy?" "When you look at a map, north is up and south is down, isn’t it? Well, isn’t it?" (0:00:00) Maurice Chevalier — Mais où est ma Zouzou? (I Wonder …
 
Content for all ages, or content for the ages, or aged content from your aging hosts: that’s the ticket for today. You’ll hear classical and pop, covers, jazz, Listener Drake, piano, advice for short men, deals on automobiles, animal songs, audio curios, and more. This is the first podcast of the rest of our lives (yours too). (0:00:00) Judith Owen…
 
This week we have selections both mono and stereo, both analog and digital, both old and new, and some of it’s not even music, but it’s all good. Yours for the taking. Go ahead, take our money and run Venezuela. (0:00:00) The Beatles — Goodbye (Home Demo)(0:02:22) Your DJs Have Come(0:05:29) Comedian Harmonists — An der schönen blauen Donau (On the…
 
Snap! and it’s cold outside. So don’t go there, stay inside with your co-hosts chatting and playing music and roasting chestnuts on an open fire. Before long there will be eggnog too. It’s a good time to be alive. (0:00:00) Irwin Kostal (Orchestra) and Chorus — Overture to Mary Poppins (1964)(0:02:58) Your DJs Arrive to Speak(0:08:11) Jessica Willi…
 
Spring into Fall with another month-ending weekend project from your curators and co-hosts, us. September may be ending but it’ll come back. It always does. (0:00:00) Charles Trenet — Je chante(0:02:44) Your DJs Are Ready for Their Close-Up(0:05:49) Frank Zappa with Captain Beefheart — Willie the Pimp(0:15:13) Willie Hutch — Hospital Prelude of Lov…
 
Another weekend, another gift from two people (us) to a few dozen other people (you). Will all our friends have fun at play? We hope they will. We had fun making it, so it’s a win for us no matter what. (0:00:00) Roch Carrier — The Sweater(0:10:18) Your DJs Speak Hello(0:14:09) Ray Noble and His Orchestra — Oh, You Nasty Man(0:17:14) Taylor Swift —…
 
Deep in September it’s nice to have a couple of reliable old podcasters to count on. Look no farther. You know what to expect from us. Here you can relax and be yourselves. We can’t see you anyway. Dig in and down. (0:00:00) David Douglass, Paul O'Dette, Andrew Lawrence-King — Hunsdon House/Sir Martin Marah's Jigg(0:03:57) Your DJs Arrive(0:07:52) …
 
This week you’ll hear more curated September excellence from your co-hosts who are still making it up as they go along. Our mission is still the same: play music for each other and let other people listen in. You are the other people! But you’re OUR other people. Drop in. (0:00:00) Nancy Kerr and James Fagan — Reel du pendu (Hangman’s Reel)(0:02:33…
 
Raise a fuss, raise a holler, scream at the top of your lungs: summer is ending! We can’t stop it but we can at least end it with another fine blob of music and chat from your co-hosts of many years. Hey, over here! We’re looking right at you. Thanks for dropping by and listening. And be happy that the excellent month of September is starting. Some…
 
It’s an animal episode this week! There are rodents, horses, cats, and…well, that’s all, but that’s still a fine helping of animals, don’t you think? Plus you can hear show tunes, music from your childhood, new pop, children’s voices, the latest from Ms. T., and even more. Jump in the line, rock your body in time. (0:00:00) Taylor Swift — Lover(0:0…
 
We deliver music and chat from the tri-state area directly to your home for only pennies a day. Subscribe now and save even more and get even more swag, at least in your dreams. It’s good stuff. (0:00:00) The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock — Vivaldi: Concerto for 2 Mandolins and Strings in G major, RV 532: I. Allegro(0:03:59) Your DJs Wish You a G…
 
Half-measures are not for us and so this week you get a full measure of idiosyncrasy. Movie music, TV music, radio music, and many other things (note that Oxford comma which you should always use). It’s what you expect because you know us by now. And we know you too, many of you by name. So jump in and thanks for listening. (0:00:00) Tippi Hedren, …
 
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