Episode Archive

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Sweet Afton

Robert Burns was also known as “the Ploughman Poet” and, in Scotland, simply, “The Bard”.

I’m Not Having ANY This Year!

We all make ‘em, we almost always break ‘em. How’s your New Year’s resolution going?

No Irish Need Apply

A little warm-up for St. Paddy's Day: Pete Seeger sings and picks a cheery-sounding tune about…workplace discrimination!

The Awakening of Scrooge

You’re listening to Bransby Williams with Charles Dickens’ redeemed cheapskate.

Pistol Packin’ Mama

  The pioneers of Country music just sound Country, even by their first names. (Roy, Hank, Gene). Which is why Clarence Albert Pointdexter simply ...

Ding-Dong!

Wicked author Gregory Maguire did much to elicit sympathy for the Wicked Witch of the West.

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Digital Wassling at it’s finest! It’s Happy Holidays week, and…

Not Fade Away

February 3rd, 1959 will forever be known as the Day the Music Died. One account of the tragedy remained secret for years.

The Gypsy Davy

Woody Guthrie with a song as old as the hills. Well, 300-year old hills anyway.

The Man of 1,000 Voices

The Man of 1,000 Voices...

The Good Doctor

And to think that…Dr. Seuss’ first book almost went up in flames.

BACK TO SCHOOL! High School Cadets March

Pencils, books and teacher’s dirty looks…It’s Back To School week!