Tony opens the show by talking about some issues they are having with their new studio, plus he talks some NFL.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk more football (and also to give an update on his dog Copper), and Nigel gives the news. During 'Old Guy Radio', Tony talks to Howard about Brett Kavanaugh and where things stand with his confirmation, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag.Songs : Cole Wheeler "Cat" ; Clover's Revenge "Will We Ever Make It Home", Tony opens the show by talking about the baseball playoffs and also about Pat Mahomes and the great start by the Chiefs.

During Old Guy Radio, Jeff Ma - host of the podcast "Bet The Process" - calls in with his picks, and then Tony talks about the new deal that Bradley Beal just signed with the Wizards. During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about the Beatles, the XFL, the passing of Robert Conrad, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. During 'Old Guy Radio', Tony talks to Jeff Ma from the podcast "Bet The Process" about his NFL picks, and also talks about the PTI bowling party (and his underwhelming scores for the night : 86 and 71). During Old Guy Radio, Tony tries to understand what a Black Hole is, and he talks about the passing of Charles Van Doren and the movie "Quiz Show" which told his story. Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA playoffs. Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post calls in to talk college football, and Nigel gives the news. Songs : Shawn Sleeps Naked "I Don't Mind" ; Whiskey Drinkers Union "Thin Edge of the Wedge", Tony opens the show by talking about the Michael Cohen Congressional hearing. Lastly, they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Tony opens the show by talking about the Democratic debate. Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday calls in to preview "Little Women", "Star Wars", "Uncut Gems", and "Bombshell". Songs : Old Fuss and Feathers "Let it Rain" ; "Rise & Shine". During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about a disturbing development with his Amtrak status, and also (spoiler alert) about the ending of True Detective, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

Tony opens the show by talking about the big games from around the NFL. Songs : Our Last Summer "Echo Park" ; Rob Frank "Blame". Songs : The Elegant Devils "Amaranthine" ; Jay Ridgon III "Colour Me Lucky", Tony opens the show by talking about the US Women winning the World Cup. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts as a columnist, about how he would have approached that story, and Liz Clarke of the Washington Post calls in to talk about her role as a reporter in putting the story together, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Tony opens the show by talking about his stare down with three deer this morning and the Packers win over the Bears. Tony opens the show by talking to Chris Cillizza about how he and his family are doing, and also about how the Corona virus will affect the presidential election. During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about a threat to Florida oranges, and also about whether he trusts the gas gauge in his new car.

", Tony opens the show by talking to Chris about the White House Correspondents Dinner and also about the NBA and NHL playoffs. Nigel gives the news, during Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about a note he got from Melissa Mollet, he reads a bio he wrote for Michael, and he gives some additional thoughts on Sean Miller, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : The Diane Kruger Effect : "Ergo" ; "Exosphere". Tony opens the show by talking about the upcoming Colin Kaepernick workout for NFL teams. Steve Sands of the Golf Channel calls in to talk about the Skins Match at Seminole this weekend, CNN's Chris Cillizza phones in to talk about how states are dealing with reopening from the lock down, and whether Election day can be moved, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

Songs : Crooked Coast "Outlaws" ; Leslie Pereria and the Lazy Heroes "Good Karma". Songs : The Green House Band "Little Boat" ; The Groove Project "Beyond the Atmosphere". Songs : Michael Perry and the Long Beds "Golden in the Morning" ; Brandon S Bowker "The Slightest Push". Tony opens the show by talking about Game 5 of the NBA Finals and the injury to Kevin Durant.

Tony opens the show by talking about the big NFL games and he also talks about the US Open with Michael. Lastly, they talk about the big hoops game tonight and the Big Ten, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag.Songs : Homer Marrs and the Excellent Adventure "A Prayer for Julian Sands" ; Paul Coady and the Edsall Brothers "Closing Day", Tony opens the show by talking about the NFL moving the Rams / Chiefs game from Mexico City to Los Angeles because of poor field conditions, and the Warriors suspending Draymond Green for one game. Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report calls in to talk about Star Trek and the Super Bowl, and Nigel gives the news. Tony opens the show by talking about the Heat's win over the Celtics and also about the first round of the US Open. Songs : Jesse Matas : "Footpath" ; "Before, We", Tony opens the show by talking about the controversial ending to the Kentucky Derby. Tony opens the show by talking about the Duke / UNC game and about the Pebble Beach Pro Am. Michael gives the news and in Old Guy Radio, Tony makes his case against artificial intelligence. Songs : Don Stewart "Mannequin" ; "Upper Stratus". During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks to Chris Cillizza about whether the election might be delayed because of the pandemic, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Lastly, they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Scott Rogness and Rick Elias "Big Love"; Ted and Alice Miller "Blackbird Bluebird". Songs : Pink Guitars "On The Inside" ; The Pool Boys "My Eva", Tony opens the show by talking about the Stanley Cup Finals and about a new proposal for the NBA. Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday calls in to talk movies with Tony, and during Nigel's news both James Carville and Jeff Ma call in with their weekend picks. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk some NFL, and Nigel gives the news. Richard Justice of MLB.com calls in to give his thoughts on the World Series as it moves to Los Angeles, and Nigel gives the news. During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about the Rolling Stones, Chris Matthews, and Spike Lee, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Attorney Abbe Lowell calls in to talks about a few cases in the news, and then Nigel gives the news. Lastly, they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. During Old Guy Radio, Tony reads some Christmas cards and also tells the story of going to the Apple Store over the weekend with Michael. During Old Guy Radio, Jeff Ma - host of the podcast "Bet The Process" - calls in with his picks, and Tony talks about the struggling US basketball team. Meet The Press host Chuck Todd calls in to give his NFL picks (and provide his view on the TP over/under debate) and Nigel gives the news. Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA playoffs. Michael gives the news and in Old Guy Radio, Tony shares his favorite Super Bowl commercials. Songs : Katie Burgin "Field of Wild Flowers" ; Chris Aarons "Make Your Own Way". Tony opens the show by talking about another water spill in his broadcast area, and also about the Nats game the night before. During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about pizza delivery and about leasing a car, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats beating the Cardinals and advancing to the World Series. Songs : Nick Bowen and Kevin Johnson "How Can You Love?" Lastly, they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag.Songs : Brett Wiscons "Sooner or Later" ; The Luv Puppets "For No Money", Tony opens the show by talking about hurting his back again and being in a considerable amount of pain. During 'Old Guy Radio', Jeff Ma calls in to give his weekend picks and Tony also talks about Jeff Bridges. Songs : Don Stewart "A Place To Hide" ; The Cane Bay High School Choir "Cantate Domino", Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA Draft and whether Zion Williamson will want to play in New Orleans. During 'Old Guy Radio', Tony talks about the continuing scandal that has engulfed Virginia state politics and also a little bit about what will happen with Bryce Harper, and they close the show out by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Don't Stop Or We'll Die "Don't Wake The Ghost" ; Whiskey Drinkers Union "Wandering". During Old Guy Radio, Tony talks about the Democratic Presidential Debate and about the controversy surrounding Justify, the horse that won the Triple Crown in 2018. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to give his thoughts on the NFL Draft, Nigel gives the news, during Old Guy Radio Tony talks about the two plays he went to see while he was up in New York over the weekend, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Cranky Windage "MOJO" ; Leavenworth "Golden Entertainment".

Tony opens the show by talking to Jeanne McManus about the passing of Carl Reiner.

Songs : Stuart Davis "Rock Stars and Models" ; "Eden". Songs : Jim Viner and the Incredible B 3 Band " Chicken Tickin" ; Thomas Craig Elliott "Stone Digger", Tony opens the show by talking to Torie about her podcast "Chatter On Books" and her guest, White House photographer Pete Souza. Then Jay Bilas calls in to talk college basketball and Nigel follows that with the news.

Tony opens the show by talking about the progress with the t-shirt project and about a charity event he will be going to, then discusses some issues he has with the NBA and load management with the star players. Liz Clarke of the Washington Post calls in to talk about NASCAR's response to the noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage and also about Novak Djokovic and his charity tournament which had to be shut down due to the coronavirus. Nigel gives the news, and during Old Guy Radio James Carville calls in with his weekend picks. Washington Post columnist Barry Svrluga calls in to discuss that some more, as well as some thoughts on the state of the Nats after their slow start, and Nigel gives the news. Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated calls in to talk college football and basketball, and Nigel gives the news. And they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag.Songs : Nick Bowen "Fillin' Up Balloons" ; My Cousin The Emperor "Didn't Want to Let You Down", Tony opens the show by talking about the 3 NFL games from Thanksgiving. Songs : Dan Bern “Mea Culpa” ; Ben’s Bones “Asleep”. Tony opens the show by talking about the Patriots win over the Jets, and also about the injury to Zion Williamson. Bill Livingston of the Cleveland Plain Dealer calls in to talk about the coaches being fired in Cleveland (The Browns and the Cavaliers), and also discusses what's going on with Urban Meyer and Ohio State.

Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats' win over the Astros in Game 6 of the World Series. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to talk about that and the other big free agent news from the NFL, and Tony closes things out by going over a few news stories with Nigel about all the things that have been moved because of the coronavirus.

Tony opens the show by talking about UVA's win over Texas Tech to claim their first National Championship. During the news segment, Tony welcomes Binghamton President Harvey Stenger and talks to him about the upcoming Bearcats game against Northwestern. Songs : Craig Elliott "Serenity" ; The Lively Exchange "State Line", Tony opens the show by talking about some physical ailments that he was dealing with over the weekend (and that he's still dealing with). CNN"s Chris Cillza calls in to give his thoughts on how things stand in the election, and Tony closes the show out by opening up the Mailbag. During 'Old Guy Radio', Tony talks about how he felt the local meteorologists got the forecast wrong for this snow storm, and they close the show out by opening up the Mailbag.Songs : Brett Wiscons "Chicago" ; The Sunshine Boys "Glider Pilot", Tony opens the show by talking about an audio problem Nigel is having with his equipment, and also about the snow headed for DC this weekend. Songs : Terrence and the High Flyers "That's Why" ; Don Stewart "Your Mom Was Right".



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