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The DJBC Happy Hour- What Can Make Columbus Cool?


49:57 minutes (45.73 MB)

Originally Broadcast on April 25, 2011.

On Episode II of the DJBC Happy Hour 2.0, The DJBC discusses how Columbus should be cool, and the DJBC promotes the weekend's upcoming events.

The DJBC Happy Hour- About Last Night on the National Road


52:12 minutes (47.79 MB)

Original Airdate- May 9th, 2011

On this week's show, the DJBC Happy Hour recaps the Tony Nominations and previews the Daytime Emmy nominations, and takes a trip down the Old National Road, as the Bicentennial celebration of the start of construction of the Old National Road comes through Columbus.

The DJBC Daytime Emmy Predictions- http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/BC_Bulletin/may2011.html

The DJBC Happy Hour- May 16th Show


58:01 minutes (53.12 MB)

Originally broadcast for May 16, 2011.

Tonight, the DJBC discusses the Daytime Emmy Nominations, plus previews some of the things going on around town this week.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Rapture-Free Prelude to Summer


56:37 minutes (51.84 MB)

Tonight's show previews Memorial Day Weekend Events- such as the grand opening of Columbus Commons.

Bryan interviews Vice President of Marketing, Communications, and Events for the Greater Columbus Arts Council Jami Goldstein on the 2011 Greater Columbus Arts Festival, June 3rd to June 5th in the Discovery District.

This week's cold open sketch to the show pokes fun at the May 21, 2011 doomsday predictions.

The DJBC Happy Hour: The Best of the First Six Weeks


58:06 minutes (53.2 MB)

Tonight's show is a look back at the first six weeks on the air, including a demonstration on what the Weekend Warrior is all about, clips from the first six shows, and an encore presentation of last week's interview with Jami Goldstein of the Greater Columbus Arts Council. In the Last Call segment, Bryan previews some of the topics for future weeks of the show.

The DJBC Happy Hour- June 6, 2011 A.T.


59:37 minutes (54.6 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
The Daytime Emmy Awards and Tony Awards are both previewed
The Weekend Warrior previews events for the next two weekends including Pride, The Creekside Jazz & Blues Festival in Gahanna, and so many more.

The 2011 Bryan & Silver Garbage Awards Pre-Nomination Lists, plus BC's Tony and Daytime Emmy Predictions- http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/BC_Bulletin/june2011.html (Nominations for Bryan Awards: July 7 @ 10AM; Silver Garbage Awards: July 13 between 9AM and Noon)

The DJBC Happy Hour- Happy Birthday, BC!


56:00 minutes (51.27 MB)

A celebration of birthdays, and the anniversary of the birth of the host/executive producer of this lovely program.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Interview with the German Village Haus und Garten Tour


10:39 minutes (9.76 MB)

Bryan interviews the chair of the 2011 German Village Haus und Garten Tour, Chris Hune, and media chair Sarah Irvin Clark about the upcoming German Village Haus und Garten Tour, and about how the Tour ties into the history of German Village.

(Originally aired on June 20th, 2011)

The DJBC Happy Hour- Manically Packed Monday


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

On tonight's show, Bryan recaps the Daytime Emmy Awards and Tony Awards, plus previews Comfest, and interviews the co-chair and media chair of the German Village Haus und Garten Tour, about the upcoming tour and about how the legacy of German Village plays a role in the tour.

And in "Really Bad Commercials, etc.", a July 4th parade spot, a trailer for "Hamlet III", and a commercial to the prequels to one of the worst movies of all-time.

Olde Towne East & Franklin Park Tour of Homes Interview


5:47 minutes (5.3 MB)

A segment originally aired on June 27, 2011, Bryan interviews Ann Twiggs, co-chair of the Olde Towne East & Franklin Park Tour o

The DJBC Happy Hour- Somewhere In the Middle of ComFest and Independence Day


57:58 minutes (53.06 MB)

A preview of ALL things happening between now and right after July 4th, including July 4th.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Out of Many...Proud of the Red, White, and Blue


56:02 minutes (62 MB)

(Originally Aired on July 4, 2011) The First Annual DJBC Happy Hour July 4th Special features patriotic songs, plus reflections from Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, and an interview with Paul Revere.

The DJBC Happy Hour- 7-11 Day at the 2011 Bryan Awards


58:12 minutes (62.05 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
The Bryan Award Nominations- Who are they? What are they?
Preview of the Primetime Emmy Nominations on Thursday- Who will get in?
Weekend Warrior Previews the Week's Events

The DJBC Happy Hour- The Emmy Nominations Hangover: Part 63


58:34 minutes (65.02 MB)

Tonight on the show, events are previewed for the remainder of July, and this week, the DJBC recaps the Emmy Nominations- who got in, who didn't, and big surprises.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Deck the Halls, It's Christmas in July!


58:52 minutes (64.16 MB)

Tonight, it is Christmas in July. Christmas songs are played, a few poems are read, and BC briefly discusses Columbus holiday events...in July! Yes, it's Christmas in July. Bring out the tree, the egg n-- (oh, wait), the carols, the ugly sweater, and those Christmas cartoons, because it's Christmas in July on an all-new DJBC Happy Hour.

POEMS:
Mistletoe- Walter De La Mare
Merry Christmas, Everywhere- Anon
Christmas 1863/I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

The DJBC Happy Hour- I Want My MTV...30 Years Later


58:17 minutes (61.76 MB)

30 Years Ago Today, MTV was born.

Songs by Rod Stewart and REO Speedwagon, which were two of the songs played on the first day of MTV 30 years ago today, plus the very first song played, “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles. Rod Stewart was the most-played artist on that day, with six of Stewart’s songs being played.

Other songs by Nirvana, Michael Jackson, and others.

Skits spoofing “Jersey Shore”, and the pitch of "Miami Vice".

Among the notable songs played on August 1, 1981:
1) “Video Killed the Radio Star”- The Buggles
2) “You Better Run”- Pat Benatar
3) “She Won’t Dance With Me”- Rod Stewart (the first of 6 Rod Stewart songs played)
4) “You Better You Bet”- The Who (the first song to be played more than once)
7) “Brass in Pocket”- The Pretenders
8) “Time Heals”- Todd Rundgren
9) “Take It On the Run”- REO Speedwagon (The 2nd song to be played more than once)
10) “Rockin’ the Paradise”- Styx
15) “Sailing”- Rod Stewart (Stewart also was the first artist to be played more than once)
17) “Keep On Loving You”- REO Speedwagon (REO Speedwagon was the 2nd artist to be played more than once)
18) “Bluer than Blue”- Michael Johnson
22) “In the Air Tonight”- Phil Collins
25) “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”- Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
26) “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”- Rod Stewart
41) “Angel of the Morning”- Juice Newton
46) “Tusk”- Fleetwood Mac
49) “Rapture”- Blondie
54) “Thank You For Being a Friend” (The Golden Girls theme)- Andrew Gold
76) “Heart of Glass”- Blondie
85) “Love Stinks”- The J. Geils Band

MTV has its own awards shows- the MTV Movie Awards (usually held in late spring) and the MTV Video Music Awards (usually held in early September). The Bryan Awards category for Best Villain was inspired from the category of a similar name at the MTV Movie Awards.

MTV Show References in The Show:
- Jersey Shore
- The Real World
- Real World/Road Rules
- The Hills
- Yo! MTV Raps

The DJBC Happy Hour- Show # 17: August 8, 2011


54:02 minutes (58.74 MB)

This show features mostly music, and four new "commercials/promotional spots" that fell flat...

Among the events mentioned in the Weekend Warrior:
- Festival Latino (Saturday & Sunday)
- APS Stamp Show at the Convention Center (Thursday-Sunday)
- plus others

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 18 (August 15, 2011)


55:49 minutes (61.7 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- The 11th Annual Bryan Awards- Part 1 of 2


55:50 minutes (51.12 MB)

Tonight on the DJBC Happy Hour- The Bryan Awards

Winners in 21 categories are revealed in this awards show that is an awards show with some alternative point of view.

Here is the order of the presentation of Awards for this show:
1) Supporting Actor in a Daytime Soap
2) Supporting Actress in a Daytime Soap
3) Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
4) Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
5) Writing in a Daytime Soap
6) Directing in a Daytime Soap
7) Younger Actor in a Drama Series
8) Younger Actress in a Daytime Soap
9) Directing in a Variety Program
10) Writing in a Variety Program
11) Writing in a Drama Series
12) Directing in a Drama Series
13) Younger Actor in a Daytime Soap
14) Younger Actress in a Comedy Series
15) Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
16) Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
17) Younger Actress in a Drama Series
18) Younger Actor in a Comedy Series
19) Writing in a TV Movie or Miniseries
20) Late Night TV Host
21) Reality TV Host

To view a complete list of winners, go to http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com

The DJBC Happy Hour- The 11th Annual Bryan Awards- Part 2 of 2


58:53 minutes (53.92 MB)

Picking up where The DJBC Happy Hour left off last week, the 11th Annual Bryan Awards concludes with 21 more categories.

REMAINING ORDER OF CATEGORIES:
22) Supporting Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries
23) Supporting Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries
24) Directing in a TV Movie or Miniseries
25) Performance in a Variety Series or Special
26) Directing in a Comedy Series
27) Writing in a Comedy Series
28) Lead Actress in a Daytime Soap
29) Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
30) Reality-Competition Series
31) Lead Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries
32) Lead Actress in a Drama Series
33) Lead Actor in a Daytime Soap
34) Daytime Soap
35) Lead Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries
36) Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
37) Lead Actor in a Drama Series
38) Variety Series
39) TV Movie or Miniseries
40) New Series
41) Comedy Series
42) Drama Series

To view a complete list of winners, go to http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com.

The DJBC Happy Hour- 9/11: 10 Years Later


54:39 minutes (61.44 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- Does Emmy Become Eclectic? (Part 1 of 2)


58:46 minutes (56.57 MB)

In tonight's show, a preview of the Independent's Day Festival in Downtown Columbus on Saturday Sept. 17.

Also, a preview of the 63rd Annual Emmy Awards- trends, possible milestones, and potential upsets to look out for on Sunday night.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Detroit Upset City: Emmy Is Most Definitely Eclectic (Part 2 of 2)


50:55 minutes (46.61 MB)

In tonight's packed show, Bryan recaps the Emmy Awards.
- Upsets (There were a lot of them from all three Lead Actor races, to Best Miniseries or Movie)
- Milestone by Mad Men
- Who Won the Most Emmys

Also, the Weekend Warrior discusses things going on around Columbus this week.

http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com- The DJBC Happy Hour Blog
http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2011/09/live-blogging-of-em... BC's Real-Time Emmy Updates

The DJBC Happy Hour- The Best of the DJBC Happy Hour: WOBN Edition (Part 1)


57:54 minutes (53.02 MB)

Originally Aired on Sept. 26, 2011

Bryan talks about Homecoming and about his college days, and the show's college days.

Featured:
"Scenes from a Zero Year Reunion"- about a Senior class party at Otterbein
"Productions Director 101"- about what a productions director does

The DJBC Happy Hour- Things To Rock In Rocktober


58:32 minutes (53.59 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- New Beginnings 2.0 (ENCORE PRESENTATION)


58:35 minutes (53.64 MB)

Tonight's show is an encore presentation of the very first WCRS show, which originally aired on April 18, 2011- http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/djbc-happy-hour-new-beginnings-20.

Next week, the six-month anniversary show airs on October 17.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Happy Six Month Anniversary: The Honeymoon Is Officially OVER!


58:57 minutes (53.99 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour celebrates Six Months on the Air like any typical show. Included is a recap of what BC did during the "Bye Week" for the DJBC Happy Hour.

Highlights:
Really Bad (or Fake) Commercials/PSA's:
- A Monster Monster Bash
- A Commercial With Caravaggio
- A CEO and a Gorilla
- Producer's Choice Winner: BC Credit Union (from August 15th show)

Weekend Warrior:
Fountain of Hope 20th Anniversary Celebration, Condom Couture, Ohio Young Professionals Weekend, State of the Young Professional, Monster Bash, Sleepy Hollow: The Musical, The Evil Dead, Follies

Next Week:
Halloween

The DJBC Happy Hour- Trick or Treat 2011 (Part 1 of 2)


57:10 minutes (52.33 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Halloween events are previewed, plus a parody of passing out candy on Beggar's Night.

Beggar's Night is next Monday (in pretty much our entire listening area) in these communities- Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, Grandview Heights, Grove City, Hilliard, Lithopolis, New Albany, Obetz, Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Bexley, Canal Winchester, Worthington, Westerville, Whitehall, Upper Arlington, Delaware, Powell, Lewis Center, Sunbury, Pataskala, Baltimore, London, Mount Sterling, Marysville, Plain City, Alexandria, Buckeye Lake, Hebron, Johnstown, Utica, West Jefferson, Carroll, and Circleville.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Trick or Treat (Part 2 of 2)


56:49 minutes (52.01 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- The Terrible 27's


58:51 minutes (53.9 MB)

Tonight, BC talks politics on the eve of Election Day. The races for Columbus Mayor, Columbus City Council, and Issues 2 and 3 are broken down in detail, as unbiased as possible.

The Weekend Warrior previews events in town this week including the Veteran's Day Parade (Thursday at Noon) and National Novel Writing Month- http://www.nanowrimo.org.

The DJBC Happy Hour- A Taste of the 2011 Holiday Season


59:18 minutes (54.29 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For: Buckeyes and Wolverines


58:38 minutes (53.69 MB)

Weekend Warrior: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/12924796268/the-weekend-warrior-fo... (from Nov. 17 to Dec. 1)
Pricele$$- Nov. 22 @ the Drexel East (http://www.chrisawards.org & http://www.freepress.org)
Ohio Statehouse Tree Lighting- Nov. 30 (http://www.ohiostatehouse.org)

Tonight's Show is a tribute to Thanksgiving and the Ohio State-Michigan Game.

Really Bad Commercials: Scarlet and Grey Goose, Blue Macaroni and Cheese, Dr. Phil Promo featuring an overzealous Michigan fan, and Dr. Oz Promo warning you about the danger of Buckeyes

COMING UP on the Show:
Next Week: An encore of "Deck the Halls, It's Christmas in July"
Dec. 5- "Hidden Holiday Gems"- Holiday Songs NOT played on mainstream commercial radio
Dec. 19- Listener's Holiday Choice
Jan. 16- MLK Show
Jan. 30 & Feb. 6- Columbus Bicentennial
Feb. 20 & 27- Academy Awards

The DJBC Happy Hour- Deck the Halls, It's Christmas in July!


58:41 minutes (53.74 MB)

Tonight is an encore presentation of the 1st Annual Christmas in July show, which aired on July 25, 2011.

Poetry and Prose:
"Christmas 1863"- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Mistletoe"- Walter De La Mare
"Merry Christmas, Everyone"- Anonymous
Excerpt from "The Gift of the Magi"- O Henry

Holiday Events This Week:
WEDNESDAY- Ohio Statehouse Tree Lighting
THURSDAY- Grandview Holiday Hop (Grandview); Tree Lightings (Dublin & Hilliard)
FRIDAY- The Grand Illumination (Scioto Mile & Columbus Commons), Winterfair (Upper Arlington), Tree Lightings (Grove City, Delaware, Canal Winchester, German Village, Pickerington, plus two in Westerville- one at Otterbein University, followed by one in Uptown Westerville)
SATURDAY- Christmas on the Towne (Reynoldsburg), HolidayVille (Clintonville), Christmas on the Clock (Plain City), Home for the Holidays (Uptown Westerville), and The Short North Holiday Hop (Short North)
SUNDAY- Village Lights (German Village)

Also, to vote for the theme of the December 19th show, vote here. Voting closes on December 12 @ 4PM, and the winning theme will be announced immediately following the December 12th show.

The DJBC Happy Hour- Rare Vintage Christmas Songs '11


58:25 minutes (53.49 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
Christmas Songs Not Often Given Enough Attention by Artists Whose Covers Aren't Often Heard (How many times of Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" is TOO Many?).

Tonight, you'll hear (or heard, if you listened live):
- Yogi Yorgersson- "I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas"
- Vince Guaraldi- "Thanksgiving Theme"
- Promises, Promises- "Turkey Lurkey Time"
- Jack Jones- "Christmas Day"
- Kate Bush- "December Will Be Magic Again"
- Canned Heat- "Christmas Blues"
- Bing Crosby- "Holiday Inn"
- Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass- "Jingle Bell Rock"
- Al Caiola- "Holiday on Skis"
- The Smurfs Theme Song

The DJBC Happy Hour- Twelfth Night of Spoken Word


59:00 minutes (54.02 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- Christmas Songs from the 1960's


58:09 minutes (53.24 MB)

Christmas Songs from the 1960s

SONGS TONIGHT:
The Chad Mitchell Trio- The Marvelous Toy (1963)
Andy Williams- Kay Thompson's Jingle Bells (1963)
The Beach Boys- The Man With All The Toys (1964)
Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol- The Lord's Bright Blessing (1962)
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass- Jingle Bell Rock (1968)
Barbra Streisand- Jingle Bells (1967)
The Supremes- My Favorite Things (1965)
Nancy Wilson- The Christmas Waltz (1968)
Elvis Presley- Blue Christmas (1964)
Promises, Promises- Christmas Day (1968)
The Lennon Sisters- Christmas Island (1961)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas- Trim Up the Tree (1966)

The DJBC Happy Hour- Hello 2012, Goodbye 2011 (Part 1 of 2)


60:05 minutes (55.01 MB)

Tonight, Part 1 of a look back at 2011.

Top 5 Local Stories (according to this show):
1) SB5 (spoofed in the parody- Kill [Senate] Bill [5])
2) Tattoogate
3) The Man with the Golden Voice
4) The Wild Animal Law
T-5) Democrats Sweep City Hall
T-5) Occupy Columbus

Songs:
Opening- King Curtis (no relation), "What Are You Doing Christmas Eve?"
Monologue- clip of Nancy Sinatra, "These Boots are Made for Walking"
June Christy, "Sorry to See You Go"
Bing Crosby, "Let's Start the New Year Right"
Weekend Warrior- clip of Styx, "The Grand Illusion"
Katharine McPhee, "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve"
The Four Lads, "Moments to Remember"
Last Call- George Aliceson Tipton, "Theme from Soap"
Close- Guy Lombardo, "Auld Lang Syne"

The 2011 Bryan Awards


119:10 minutes (109.11 MB)

Hello 2012, Goodbye 2011: Part 2 of 2


59:18 minutes (54.29 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour- I Want My MTV...30 Years Later (R)


58:30 minutes (53.56 MB)

Originally broadcast on August 1, 2011- 30 years to the day of the launch of MTV, this show celebrates the dawn of Music Television.

SONGS:
"Video Killed the Radio Star"- The Buggles
"Do You Think I'm Sexy"- Rod Stewart
"Rapper's Delight"- The Sugarhill Gang
"Miami Vice Theme"- Jan Hammer
"Smells Like Teen Spirit"- Nirvana
"Set Adrift on Memory Bliss"- PM Dawn
"Mickey"- Toni Basil
"Billie Jean"- Michael Jackson

The DJBC Happy Hour- News of the Day (January 16, 2012)


57:52 minutes (52.98 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour Goes to the Movies 2012 (Oscar Nomination Preview)


59:25 minutes (54.4 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Bryan previews the Oscar Nominations (tomorrow morning at 8:35AM!!!!), and recaps the Producers Guild Awards, and gives a brief recap of what happened at the Golden Globes (in 60 seconds or less).

Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast (Part 1 of 2)


58:46 minutes (53.81 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
A classic commercial from 1962 asking Columbus residents where the city will be in 2012
The Man on the Street asks people where Columbus will be in 2062

A look back at the history of Columbus, including Columbus's past chronicled in the book "Sorry, Downtown Columbus is Closed" by I. David Cohen.

Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast (Part 2 of 2)


58:01 minutes (53.13 MB)

Songs To Listen To On Valentine's Day


59:27 minutes (54.44 MB)

Tonight, DJBC hands over the keys to his little radio kingdom to "The Love Doctor", whose prescriptions include tonight songs from Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, 10CC, REO Speedwagon, and Eric Clapton. After the show, a mini-weekend warrior.

The DJBC Happy Hour Goes To The Oscars (2012)


58:34 minutes (53.62 MB)

Tonight, the show recaps the Grammy Awards, predicts who will be nominated for the coveted Golden Raspberry Award, and what stars will win the Academy Award.

After the Oscars...LIVE!


57:08 minutes (52.3 MB)

Originally recorded LIVE on February 27, 2012.

The DJBC Happy Hour recalls the 84th Annual Academy Awards, from the Big winners (below), and recaps the 32nd Annual Golden Raspberry Awards (http://www.razzies.com).

BIG OSCAR WINNERS:
Best Picture: The Artist (Thomas Langmann, Producer)
Best Director: Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist
Best Actor: Jean Dujardin, The Artist
Best Actress: Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady
Best Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners
Best Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, The Help
Best Adapted Screenplay: Alexander Payne, Jim Rash, and Matt Faxon, The Descendants
Best Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris
Best Animated Feature Film: Rango
Best Documentary Feature: Undefeated
Best Foreign Language Film: A Separation (Iran)
Best Original Song: "Man or Muppet", The Muppets (Music and Lyrics by Bret McKenzie)
Best Original Score: The Artist (Ludovic Bource, Composer)

LIVE...After the Academy Awards...NOT! (The Encore Edition)


58:45 minutes (53.78 MB)

An edited version of the LIVE February 27, 2012 Broadcast, "LIVE...After the Academy Awards".

A Top of the Morning- St. Patrick's Day in Dublin (The DJBC Happy Hour)


59:25 minutes (54.4 MB)

Tonight, the show celebrates St. Patrick's Day with Irish music and a trip to Dublin.

The March Madness of Spring Break


59:33 minutes (54.52 MB)

Networking 101


59:08 minutes (54.14 MB)

Tonight on the show- Bryan talks about networking and gives tips on job interview questions.

The Brutus the Buckeye Variety Hour Jumps the Shark


56:32 minutes (51.76 MB)

Tonight on the show...
"200ColumbusTV"- a look at a new TV station with Columbus-oriented programming
"The Adam Sandler Show"- In the 32 year history of the Golden Raspberry Awards, one film did something NO other film has done
Jumping the Shark- What Is It? When did Michigan football, "General Hospital", and KISS jump the shark?
Special Guest Star Peter Cottontail

and the Weekend Warrior previews Zakir Hussain at the Southern and WCRS at the Gallery Hop.

Networking 101 (Encore Edition)


59:23 minutes (54.37 MB)

**Due to circumstances beyond our control, "Happy One-Year Anniversary Side A" has been pre-empted to April 23, and Side B will now air on April 30.**

Tonight, an encore edition of "Networking 101":
- How to Sell Yourself (and your Experiences)
- Networking Groups/Events in Columbus

So, "Tune in, turn on, and take notes."

Happy One-Year Anniversary!!! (Side A)


59:28 minutes (54.45 MB)

On Part 1 of this Very Special two-part show:
- Trailers from a parody of "The Fugitive", starring DJBC.
- DJBC & Peter Cottontail at the Gallery Hop

Happy One-Year Anniversary!!! (Side B)


58:54 minutes (53.93 MB)

The show begins with a sketch of "Titanic".
The DJBC is on the run in three more clips of "The Fugitive" parody
Biff & Raff "review" three films about Columbus

1976 - A Bicentennial Portrait (Part 1 of 2)


59:20 minutes (54.33 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour continues its Bicentennial Celebrations with a trip back to 1976- Headlines, Television, Pop Culture, Sports, and of course, Columbus in 1976, plus songs from 1976.

1976 - A Bicentennial Portrait (Part 2 of 2)


59:37 minutes (54.59 MB)

We continue our journey through 1976 as we celebrate a Bicentennial that is not our own.

(Bicentennial) Summer in the City '12


59:30 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the show, Bryan interviews Scott Huntley, Festival Director for the Columbus Arts Festival about the upcoming Columbus Arts Festival.

Also,
Biff and Raff recap the Daytime Emmy Nominations and talk about the Tony Award nominees.

Happy Birthday, BC! (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:26 minutes (53.49 MB)

A classic DJBC Happy Hour, originally broadcast on June 13, 2011 (and repackaged on June 4, 2012). What is a birthday? You're about to find out.

Birthday Rock Anthem


58:26 minutes (53.5 MB)

Tonight, another birthday celebration.

Bryan Award Pre-Nominees: http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/Television_Awards/2010s/2012shortlis... (Nominees announced July 9th)

The DJBC Happy Hour With A Purpose


59:09 minutes (54.17 MB)

Tonight

The Daytime Emmys- Is General Hospital beatable? Will Anthony Geary and Erika Slezak win their 7th Daytime Emmys? Will All My Children, Cash Cab, and Regis Philbin get the last laugh?

Biff and Raff analyze the Daytime Emmys, plus the Bryan Award Pre-Nomination Shortlist.

Events around town include the German Village Haus und Garten Tour (Sunday), ComFest (Friday through Sunday), plus other events through the end of June.

DJBC Happy Hour Survey- http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5BFXSVQ
Bryan Awards Shortlist- http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/Television_Awards/2010s/2012shortlis... (Nominations announced Live on July 9)
Silver Garbage Awards Shortlist- http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/Silver_Garbage_Awards/2012sga-shortl... (Nominations recapped on the July 23 show)

About Last Night on the National Road (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:26 minutes (53.49 MB)

Tonight on the show- "About Last Night on the National Road" (edited down from its original broadcast on May 9, 2011)

EXTRA BONUS Segments Tonight (originally aired on June 25, 2012):
- Bryan Curtiss interviews Olde Towne East Tour of Homes Committee Members Christy Williams & Alex Macke about the upcoming Olde Towne East Tour of Homes on July 15.
- A sketch about a 19th century doctor in 1830s Columbus.

12th Annual Bryan Award Nomination Promo (to July 9)


0:30 minutes (474.43 KB)

Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History


58:50 minutes (53.86 MB)

Tonight on the show,
Bryan talks about upcoming July Fourth events in Central Ohio (other than Boom, and yes, Boom), such as these here (http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/26158222502/2012-fourth-of-july-ev...), and talks about the COTA strike and the heat wave (or "Springtime in Phoenix in Columbus").

Thomas Jefferson still did not learn his lesson and doesn't want to write the Declaration of Independence. (Here is last year's Jefferson skit: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/26362731960/tonight-an-all-new-djb...)

And in Last Call, another "Fireworks Mix".

The 12th Annual Bryan Award Nomination Special


59:28 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight, Bryan (along with DJBC Happy Hour showbiz award correspondents Biff Billingsley & Raff Romanowski, Raff's wife, Emma, and journalista Chelsea Waters) present the nominees for the 12th Annual Bryan Awards.

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The Bryan Award Nominees: http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/Television_Awards/2010s/2012awards.html

NOMINATION TALLY:
General Hospital- 24
American Horror Story- 23
Modern Family- 22
Mad Men- 21
Homeland; The Young and the Restless- 17
Glee- 16
All My Children- 15
The Bold and the Beautiful; Hemingway & Gellhorn- 14
Game Change; Game of Thrones; One Life to Live; Parks and Recreation- 13
Boardwalk Empire; Downton Abbey; Saturday Night Live; Smash- 12
The Hatfields and the McCoys- 11
Days of Our Lives; Up All Night; New Girl- 10

Survey- http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5BFXSVQ

The Bryan Award Nominations Rebroadcast


59:26 minutes (54.42 MB)

A re-broadcast of this show- http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/12th-annual-bryan-award-nomination-special

Tonight, Bryan (along with DJBC Happy Hour showbiz award correspondents Biff Billingsley & Raff Romanowski, Raff's wife, Emma, and journalista Chelsea Waters) present the nominees for the 12th Annual Bryan Awards.

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The Bryan Award Nominees: http://thebryanawards.bravehost.com/Television_Awards/2010s/2012awards.html

NOMINATION TALLY:
General Hospital- 24
American Horror Story- 23
Modern Family- 22
Mad Men- 21
Homeland; The Young and the Restless- 17
Glee- 16
All My Children- 15
The Bold and the Beautiful; Hemingway & Gellhorn- 14
Game Change; Game of Thrones; One Life to Live; Parks and Recreation- 13
Boardwalk Empire; Downton Abbey; Saturday Night Live; Smash- 12
The Hatfields and the McCoys- 11
Days of Our Lives; Up All Night; New Girl- 10

Survey- http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5BFXSVQ

August 6 theme choices- Dating, Networking, Columbus Culture, Neighborhoods in Columbus, Columbus History

Bryan Award category choices- Writing/Directing in Daytime Drama, Animated Program, Variety Special, Reality Host, Performer in a Variety Program, Most Missed Series, Studio Sports Program, Main Title Theme Music, and Special Class Special (top 2 votegetters will be part of the Bryan Awards)

The Primetime Emmy Olympic Games


59:21 minutes (54.33 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmy Nominations- Who's in and who's out...and The Silver Garbage Awards, who is in and out...

Also, this is your last chance to vote on a topic for August 6, and for 2 categories to be part of the Bryan Awards. Vote at the link below:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5BFXSVQ (Voting closes no later than July 31)

Christmas in July in Columbus


59:00 minutes (54.02 MB)

Listener's Choice: The 101 on Dating


58:36 minutes (53.65 MB)

As chosen by the listeners...

Television Themes from the 1980s


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight on the show, Television Theme Songs from the 1980s is the focus of tonight's show, as these themes are played.

The Greatest American Hero (ABC, 1981-1983)
St. Elsewhere (NBC, 1982-1988)
Hill Street Blues (NBC, 1981-1987)
The Young and the Restless (CBS, 1973-)
Guiding Light (CBS, 1952-2009; 1983-90 theme song)
All My Children (ABC, 1970-2011; 1970-89 theme song)
General Hospital (ABC, 1963-; 1976-93 theme song)
Cheers (NBC, 1982-1993)
The Jeffersons (CBS, 1975-1985)
Trapper John M.D. (CBS, 1979-1986)
Moonlighting (ABC, 1985-1989)
Family Ties (NBC, 1982-1989)
The Cosby Show (NBC, 1984-1992; Bobby McFerrin arrangement from 4th Season)
The Golden Girls (NBC, 1985-1992)
Magnum P.I. (CBS, 1980-1988)
The Smurfs (NBC, 1981-1990)
Pee Wee's Playhouse (CBS, 1986-1991)
Miami Vice (NBC, 1984-1989)
The Lawrence Welk Show (ABC, 1955-1971; Syndicated 1971-1982, closing theme from 1971-82)

I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:47 minutes (53.83 MB)

Tonight, it's The DJBC Happy Hour Classic with this show from November 21, 2011. Sketches of Thanksgiving are included, as well as sketches about football- mainly the Ohio State-Michigan game. And the show wraps up with a prediction of the game. Eventually, Michigan would go on to win the actual game itself 40-34 five days later in Ann Arbor.

OHIO STATE SCHEDULE:
Sept. 1- vs. Miami of Ohio
Sept. 8- vs. Central Florida
Sept. 15- vs. Cal
Sept. 22- vs. Alabama-Birmingham
Sept. 29- at Michigan State
Oct. 6- vs. Nebraska (Homecoming, and under the lights)
Oct. 13- at Indiana
Oct. 20- vs. Purdue
Oct. 27- at Penn State
Nov. 3- vs. Illinois
Nov. 10- Buckeye Siesta (aka Bye Week)
Nov. 17- at Wisconsin
Nov. 19- The DJBC Happy Hour's 2nd Annual OSU-Michigan/Thanksgiving Show
Nov. 24- vs. Michigan (aka Ohio State's Bowl Game for 2012)
January- NO BOWL FOR OSU!!!!

MICHIGAN SCHEDULE:
Sept. 1- vs. Alabama (at Dallas Cowboys Stadium)
Sept. 8- vs. Air Force (Home Opener)
Sept. 15- vs. UMass
Sept. 22- at Notre Dame (under the lights, followed by live from New York, It's Saturday Night)
Sept. 29- Bye Week
Oct. 6- at Purdue
Oct. 13- vs. Illinois (Homecoming)
Oct. 20- vs. Michigan State
Oct. 27- at Nebraska
Nov. 3- at Minnesota
Nov. 10- vs. Northwestern
Nov. 17- vs. Iowa (# 16's last home game)
Nov. 19- The DJBC Happy Hour celebrates THE Game (and Thanksgiving, but seriously, THE Game)
Nov. 24- at Ohio State (or as they say in Ann Arbor, "Occupy the Horseshoe")
Dec. 1- Big Ten Championship Game
January- BCS National Championship Game

The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 1 of 3)


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

Tonight, the first hour of the 12th Annual Bryan Awards.

Feel free to play along with your very own scorecard, like the Academy Awards, Tony Awards, etc.- http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/30329317267/the-12th-annual-bryan-...
Just copy and paste the category list (of nominees) into a Word Processor.

Categories:
1) Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

2) Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

3) Writing in a Comedy Series

4) Directing in a Comedy Series

5) Younger Actor in a Comedy Series

6) Younger Actress in a Comedy Series

7) Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

8) Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

9) Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama

10) Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama

11) Younger Actor in a Daytime Drama

12) Younger Actress in a Daytime Drama

13) Lead Actor in a Daytime Drama

14) Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama

Plus: The premiere of Bicentennial Minute: Upper Arlington, Vignettes of Daytime Drama Series nominees All My Children, General Hospital, One Life to Live, and the Young and the Restless and New Series Nominees American Horror Story and Homeland

The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 2 of 3)


58:40 minutes (53.71 MB)

The first hour of the 12th Annual Bryan Awards saw prizes in Comedy and Daytime Drama. The second hour bestows prizes in Primetime Drama, and Animation, Reality, and Variety.

Hour 2 of the 12th Annual Bryan Awards:
15) Animated Program
16) Reality-Competition Show
17) Performance in a Variety Series or Special
18) Variety or Late Night Talk Series
19) Lead Actor in a Drama Series
20) Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
21) Younger Actor in a Drama Series
22) Directing in a Drama Series
23) Writing in a Drama Series
24) Lead Actress in a Drama Series
25) Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
26) Younger Actress in a Drama Series
Plus: The premiere of Bicentennial Minute: Olde Towne East, Vignettes of New Series nominees Girls, House of Lies, New Girl, and Once Upon a Time, and a Special Memoriam

And, to follow along, here is the Official Bryan Award Scorecard: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/30329317267/the-12th-annual-bryan-...

(Looking to Network this Month?- http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/30604596867/september-2012-network...)

The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 3 of 3)


59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

The third and final part of the 12th Annual Bryan Awards.
11 more categories are revealed.
27) Supporting Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries
28) Supporting Actress in a TV Movie/Miniseries
29) Writing in a TV Movie/Miniseries
30) Directing in a TV Movie/Miniseries
31) Lead Actress in a TV Movie/Miniseries
32) Lead Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries
33) Outstanding Daytime Drama
34) Outstanding Made for TV Movie/Miniseries
35) Outstanding New Series
36) Best Comedy Series
37) Best Drama Series

NOTE: On September 17, the 2012 Silver Garbage Awards will air LIVE at 8PM.
Categories for That: Worst Comedy, Worst Drama, Worst New Show, Worst Reality Show, Worst Actor (Comedy), Worst Actress (Comedy), Worst Actor (Drama), Worst Actress (Drama), Worst Supporting Actor (Comedy), Worst Supporting Actress (Comedy), Worst Supporting Actor (Drama), Worst Supporting Actress (Drama), and Worst Spin-Off or Remake

September 17, 2012 (LIVE!)


59:34 minutes (54.53 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour Broadcast LIVE on September 17, 2012 from the WCRS studios.

Emmy Award Leftovers + idUS Preview


59:25 minutes (54.41 MB)

LIVE on the DJBC Happy Hour, the Emmy Awards- Who Won and Who Lost; Biff and Raff give their two cents in on Red Carpet Fashion

Emmy Awards Blog: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-64th-annual-pri...
Leftovers to tonight's show: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/32303883922/the-djbc-happy-hour-le...

And a preview of idUS- September 28 through October 8 in Columbus (http://idus.us)

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Emmy Winners:
*- Announced on Sept. 15 at the Creative Arts Emmys
(Comedy)
Series: Modern Family (ABC)- first ABC THREE-peat Comedy Series since 1981
Actor: Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men, CBS)- second actor with Lead & Supporting Actor Comedy Emmys
Actress: Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep, HBO)- first actor with three Emmys for regular roles in three different Comedies
Supporting Actor: Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family, ABC)
Supporting Actress: Julie Bowen (Modern Family, ABC)
Writing: Louis C.K. (Louie, "Pregnant", F/X)
Directing: Steven Levitan (Modern Family, "Baby on Board", ABC)
Guest Actor: Jimmy Fallon (Saturday Night Live, NBC)*
Guest Actress: Kathy Bates (Two and a Half Men, CBS)*

(Reality)
Reality Series: Undercover Boss (CBS)*
Reality-Competition Program: The Amazing Race (CBS)
Reality Host: Tom Bergeron (Dancing with the Stars, ABC)

(Variety)
Variety Series: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)- Ricky Gervais, when presenting the Emmy said, "Oh no, not again"...my sentiments exactly, # 10 in a row for the Comedy Central late night staple
Variety Special: The Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)*
Special Class Special: The 65th Annual Tony Awards (CBS)*
Series Writing: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Writing Team (Comedy Central)*
Series Directing: Don Roy King (Saturday Night Live, "Mick Jagger", NBC)*
Special Writing: Louis CK (Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theatre, F/X)

idUS: A Meeting of the Creative Minds (REVISED with Political Corner)


58:05 minutes (53.18 MB)

A Revised Version of "idUS: A Meeting of the Columbus Creative Class"...

Remaining idUS events include:
- FFOCOL (tonight through Thursday at the Gateway Film Center)
- Innovate Columbus with Dr. Richard Florida, Dr. Sir Ken Robinson, and Dr. Jeff Dyer (Thursday at TechColumbus)
- CoLab (Saturday at TechColumbus)
- TEDX (Wednesday at COSI)
- The Creative Mind with Sergio Marchione & John C. Jay (Monday at the Wexner Center)

Fake Commercials/Promos this week:
- Columbus Innovation (from 1984)
- Saturday Night in Columbus (from 1955)

Song This Week:
- Excerpt from "Columbus- Super Sexy City" from The 12th Annual Bryan Awards (broadcast during the third hour of the ceremony)

Political Corner talks about Early Voting and recaps Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney (R, Massachusetts) latest visit to Westerville. The first of three Presidential Debates in Wednesday at 9PM ET (from Denver). The Ohio U.S. Senate Debate is October 18th.

Upcoming DJBC Happy Hours:
- Next Week: "The Ghosts of Columbus Past" (abridged) plus Another Political Corner
- October 15: "Networking 102" (abridged) plus Political Corner
- October 22: Halloween-themed show plus Political Corner
- October 29: Election Preview
- November 5: Tribute to Hal David/Andy Williams/Marvin Hamlisch (could be abridged to accommodate another Political Corner)
- November 12: Election Recap
- November 19: Thanksgiving Show/Ohio State-Michigan Preview II

The Ghosts of Columbus Past


58:38 minutes (53.67 MB)

Networking 102 (plus Political Corner)


59:01 minutes (54.03 MB)

Let's Make A Decision Already


59:18 minutes (54.29 MB)

Tonight on the show, ALL THINGS Election!!!!

- U.S. President, U.S. Senate, Congress, Ohio House, Franklin County Races
- Sketches lampooning the Romneys and an Obama sketch lampooning TWO 1984 Reagan campaign ads
- Don't miss the last five minutes.

Hal David, Andy Williams, & Marvin Hamlisch (plus Political Corner 2012 Finale)


58:17 minutes (53.36 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs sung by the late singer Andy Williams (1927-2012), composed/conducted by the late Marvin Hamlisch (1944-2012), and/or songs with lyrics by the late lyricist Hal David (1921-2012).

And then, Political Corner wraps up its short run with a look ahead to Election Day, and an explanation of "The Redskins Rule" (SPOILER ALERT: It's bad news, unless you're a Romney supporter).

We Made A Decision Already (Now GO HOME!!!!)


59:03 minutes (54.08 MB)

Tonight on the show, Election Results for U.S. President, and selected U.S. Senate & U.S. Congressional Races, plus Franklin County races for Ohio House, and the contested races in Franklin County government (Sheriff, Treasurer, Recorder, County Commissioner, Common Pleas Judge).

Biff and Raff chime in on the Presidential Election as well.

Fired Up and Ready to Go (or Urban Renewal = Urban Myth?)


59:40 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, Thanksgiving is discussed (What are you thankful for?). Also, the 109th meeting between Michigan and O-HI-O [State] on November 24 at Ohio Stadium.

BONUS:
OSU-Michigan Preview, Part 1: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/36114338118/the-djbc-happy-hour-dj...

Christmas Songs from the 1980s


59:02 minutes (54.04 MB)

Tonight on the show, Christmas Music from the 1980s, with songs from The Waitresses, Queen, Band Aid, Squeeze, Lawrence Welk, and others.

The Twelfth Night of the Spoken Word: 12-12-12


59:20 minutes (54.32 MB)

Tonight, songs that tell Christmas stories, and popular long holiday sketches, plus the recitation of these three poems and one short story:
A Christmas Tree (Charles Dickens)
Christmas Bells (Ella Wheeler Wilcox)
Little Tree (e.e. cummings)
The Mahogany Tree (William Makepeace Thackeray)

Christmas Eve LIVE from the North Pole...NOT!


58:43 minutes (53.76 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's Christmas Eve.

The Last Show Ever Before The Mayan Apocalypse


59:32 minutes (54.5 MB)

Could this be the last DJBC Happy Hour before the end of the world on Friday (December 21st)? Let's hope not.

Goodbye '12, Hello '13, Hello New Year's


59:42 minutes (54.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at 2012- What were the biggest news headlines and sports stories of 2012? What Awards tales from 2012 does The DJBC Happy Hour remember the most?

Plus, New Year's Day Superstitions. (Source: http://www.happywink.org/newyearfestival/new-year-superstitions.html)

Vote for the shows to be re-broadcast on January 21 & 28: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WTCWXPZ (Choices are: The 200Columbus Bicentennial Preview, Songs from 1976, the 11th Annual Bryan Awards, and the 2012 Presidential Election Preview/Recap). Hurry, because voting ends on Friday January 18.

Goodbye '12, Hello '13, Hello New Year's- Part 2


59:03 minutes (54.08 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back on the show in 2012, plus recalling the city's Bicentennial.

- Top 10 Fake PSA's of the Year
- Top 10 Bicentennial Sketches
- Top 10 Overall Sketches of the Year
- Top 10 Bicentennial Moments of the Bicentennial
- Top 10 Local News Stories of 2012

Don't forget to Vote to select what show will be re-broadcast on January 21 & 28. (Voting ends on January 18)

LINK to the Survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WTCWXPZ

Options (in order of airing):
- The 11th Annual Bryan Awards (from August 22 & 29, 2011)
- Columbus: 1812-2012 (aired on January 30 & February 6, 2012; A preview of the Columbus Bicentennial, heading into the 200Columbus Bicentennial Weekend of February 10-14, 2012)
- Songs from 1976 (aired on May 7 & 14, 2012; Songs made famous in 1976, the year of the American Bicentennial)
- Let's Make A Decision Already (aired on October 29, 2012; if selected, would re-air on January 21; the big preview of the 2012 Presidential Election) and We Made A Decision Already (aired on November 12, 2012; if selected, would re-air on January 28; a recap of the 2012 Presidential Election)

Golden Globes/Oscar Nomination Recap 2013


59:32 minutes (54.51 MB)

A recap of the 70th Annual Golden Globes last night and the nominations to the 85th Annual Academy Award nominations last Thursday. Biff Billingsley and Raff Romanowski give their analysis.

Oscar Nomination Tally (Multiple Nominees):
12- Lincoln
11- Life of Pi
8- Silver Linings Playbook, Les Miserables
7- Argo
5- Skyfall, Amour, Zero Dark Thirty, Django Unchained
4- Anna Karenina, Beasts of the Southern Wild
3- The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Master
2- Flight, Snow White and the Huntsman
Don't forget to Vote for Next Week's Encore Show: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WTCWXPZ (Voting Ends at Midnight on Friday Night, January 18)

Options (for Question 1):
1) The 11th Annual Bryan Awards (from 8/22/11 & 8/29/11)- The best of Television from the 2010-11 season
2) Columbus: 1812-2012 (from 1/30/12 & 2/06/12)- A preview of the 200Columbus Bicentennial heading into 200Columbus Bicentennial weekend, and a look at some of the history of Columbus
3) Songs from 1976 (from 5/07/12 & 5/14/12)- Music and headlines from 1976
4) Let's Make a Decision Already (from 10/29/12)- [The Presidential Election Preview] & We Made A Decision Already (11/12/12)- The Presidential Election Recap

Oscar Nomination Preview/Razzie Nomination Recap Podcast: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/40115525182/the-djbc-happy-hour-pr...

Real-Time Golden Globes Results from the Bryan Awards Blog: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-70th-annual-gol...

The DJBC Happy Hour Classic Presents The 11th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 1)


58:44 minutes (53.78 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour Classic presents Part of the 11th Annual Bryan Awards, originally aired on The DJBC Happy Hour on August 22, 2011. The 11th Annual Bryan Awards celebrated the best of television in the 2010-11 television season.

In Part 1, the following 21 categories were presented:
1) Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama
2) Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama
3) Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
4) Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
5) Writing in a Daytime Drama
6) Directing in a Daytime Drama
7) Younger Actor in a Drama Series
8) Younger Actress in a Daytime Drama
9) Directing in a Variety Program
10) Writing in a Variety Program
11) Writing in a Drama Series
12) Directing in a Drama Series
13) Younger Actor in a Daytime Drama
14) Younger Actress in a Comedy Series
15) Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
16) Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
17) Younger Actress in a Drama Series
18) Younger Actor in a Comedy Series
19) Writing in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
20) Late Night Host
21) Reality Host

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DAYTIME SOAP:
Trent Dawson (As the World Turns, CBS)
Van Hansis (As the World Turns, CBS)
Jonathan Jackson (General Hospital, ABC)
Brian Kerwin (One Life to Live, ABC)
Billy Miller (The Young and the Restless, CBS)
Michael Muhney (The Young and the Restless, CBS)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DAYTIME SOAP:
Melissa Claire Egan (All My Children, ABC)
Kathryn Hays (As the World Turns, CBS)
Julie Pinson (As the World Turns, CBS)
Alley Mills (The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS)
Nancy Lee Grahn (General Hospital, ABC)
Marcy Rylan (The Young and the Restless, CBS)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES:
Jane Lynch (Glee, Fox)
Betty White (Hot in Cleveland, TV Land)
Julie Bowen (Modern Family, ABC)
Sofia Vergara (Modern Family, ABC)
Jenna Fischer (The Office, NBC)
Kristen Wiig (Saturday Night Live, NBC)

The 11th Annual Bryan Awards - Part 2


59:23 minutes (56.89 MB)

Last week, the first 21 categories from the 11th Annual Bryan Awards aired. Tonight, the remaining 21 categories from this Classic Edition of The DJBC Happy Hour.

22) Supporting Actor in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
23) Supporting Actress in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
24) Directing in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
25) Performance in a Variety Program
26) Directing in a Comedy Series
27) Writing in a Comedy Series
28) Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama
29) Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
30) Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
31) Lead Actor in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
32) Lead Actress in a Drama Series
33) Lead Actor in a Daytime Drama
34) Outstanding Daytime Drama
35) Lead Actress in a Made for TV Movie or Miniseries
36) Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
37) Lead Actor in a Drama Series
38) Outstanding Variety Series
39) Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Miniseries
40) Best New Series
41) Outstanding Comedy Series
42) Outstanding Drama Series

Vignettes: As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless, The Good Wife, The Killing, Raising Hope, Shameless, The Voice, Modern Family, 30 Rock, The Office, Mad Men, and The Walking Dead

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A TV MOVIE OR MINISERIES:
CINEMA VERITE- Thomas Dekker as Lance Loud (HBO)
CINEMA VERITE- James Gandolfini as Craig Gilbert (HBO)
MILDRED PIERCE- Brian F. O'Byrne as Bert Pierce (HBO)
MILDRED PIERCE- Guy Pearce as Monty Beragon (HBO)
TOO BIG TO FAIL- James Woods as Dick Fuld (HBO)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A TV MOVIE OR MINISERIES:
Betty White (The Lost Valentine - Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS)
Melissa Leo (Mildred Pierce, HBO)
Evan Rachel Wood (Mildred Pierce, HBO)
Cynthia Nixon (Too Big To Fail, HBO)
Dame Eileen Atkins (Upstairs, Downstairs, PBS)

DIRECTING IN A TV MOVIE OR MINISERIES:
Carlos (Sundance Channel)- Olivier Assayas, Director

Valentine's Day '13 with The Love Doctor - Part 1


59:35 minutes (56.86 MB)

Valentine's Day 2013 with The Love Doctor - Part 2


58:53 minutes (56.33 MB)

The Love Doctor is back with some tunes for all you lovers out there this Valentine's Day.

The DJBC Happy Hour Pre-Academy Awards Show 2013


59:30 minutes (57.4 MB)

Tonight on the show, the 85th Annual Academy Awards and the 33rd Annual Golden Raspberry Awards are previewed.

**To Be Updated Later**

Reminder, next week (02/25/13)'s show will be broadcast LIVE at 8PM.

Here's To The Ladies


59:20 minutes (55.88 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs with women's names in them.

International Women's Day is this Friday with a celebration in Hilliard: http://eevent.com/purpose-for-women-international/international-womens-d...

The DJBC Happy Hour 2013 Post-Academy Awards Show


56:41 minutes (54.24 MB)

Tonight, the Academy Awards (and Golden Raspberry Awards) are recapped in a LIVE broadcast.

Oscar Winners:
Best Picture - Argo
Best Director - Ang Lee, Life of Pi
Best Actor - Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Best Actress - Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
Best Supporting Actor - Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained
Best Supporting Actress - Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Best Adapted Screenplay - Chris Terrio, Argo
Best Original Screenplay - Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained
Best Foreign Language Film - Amour (Austria)
Best Animated Feature - Brave
Best Documentary Feature - Searching for Sugarman
Best Original Song - "Skyfall", Skyfall, Music & Lyrics by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth
Best Original Score - Mychael Danna, Life of Pi
Best Editing - Argo
Best Cinematography - Life of Pi
Best Production Design - Lincoln
Best Makeup & Hairstyling - Les Miserables
Best Costume Design - Anna Karenina
Best Sound Mixing - Les Miserables
Best Sound Editing (TIE) - Skyfall AND Zero Dark Thirty
Best Visual Effects - Life of Pi
Best Animated Short - Paperman
Best Documentary Short - Inocente
Best Live Action Short - Curfew

Golden Raspberry Award Winners:
Worst Picture: Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Director: Bill Condon, Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Actress: Kristen Stewart for BOTH Snow White and the Huntsman AND Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Actor: Adam Sandler, That's My Boy
Worst Supporting Actress: Rihanna, Battleship
Worst Supporting Actor: Taylor Lautner, Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Screenplay: That's My Boy
Worst Ensemble: Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Remake or Sequel: Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)
Worst Screen Couple: Mackenzie Foy & Taylor Lautner, Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn (Part 2)

Real-Time Updating of the Oscars: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/02/live-blogging-of-85...

The Lawrence Welk Show


58:53 minutes (55.46 MB)

Tonight, the show celebrates the 110th birthday of the Champagne Music Maker himself, Lawrence Welk with songs that were covered by Welk, but (most of them) recorded by other artists, including four of Welk's Gold Records from the 1960s.

A Top of the Mornin': St. Patrick's Day in Dublin (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:00 minutes (55.68 MB)

A classic episode of "The DJBC Happy Hour", aired on March 12, 2012, which is about St. Patrick's Day. The "Dublin" installment of Bicentennial Minute is included in the outroduction for the show.

Here's to the Ladies - DJBC Happy Hour Encore


58:59 minutes (55.38 MB)

An encore of "Here's to the Ladies", originally aired on March 4 of this year.

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Vote for WCRS in the ColumBEST and Best of Columbus Awards: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/45694293937/vote-for-the-djbc-happ...

Kentucky Fried Radio


59:45 minutes (57.54 MB)

The 2nd Annual April Fool's Edition of The DJBC Happy Hour features skits, the Weekend Warrior, plus a 50th Anniversary tribute to the long-running ABC soap General Hospital, which turned 50 today.

Skits:
- There is the Opening
- Sesame Street Tour of Homes
- Mystery Diners: "Inner Chi Cafe"
- Vision Valley
- A new "At the Gallery Hop"
- Plus Fake Ads

Weekend Warrior:
- Agora X (the final Agora) and the series premiere of Moonlight Market are both April 13 (as well as the Second Saturday Salon)
- Gallery Hop is Saturday
- April Networking Calendar: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/46611503634/networking-calendar-fo...

Next Week: "Networking 102: The DJ's Cut"

Networking 102.1 - The DJ's Cut


59:32 minutes (57.27 MB)

In an extended version of "Networking 102.1", the elevator pitch is examined. We also get an introduction of schmoozing. In bonus material, LinkedIn profiles are examined, and Tuesdays at 2 is discussed.

- Ohio Young Professionals Weekend (April 26)

Happy Anniversary....Again


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at the last 12 months of the show with the Best of the show talking about Networking, talking about Politics, talking about Sports, talking about Columbus's Bicentennial, and talking with Biff and Raff.

KEY EVENTS mentioned in tonight's how:
- Volunteer UA Expo (Wednesday from 10-8PM; Upper Arlington Main Library on Tremont Rd., opposite the Tremont Center)
- Earth Day Columbus (Worksites- Saturday & Sunday and Celebration on April 27; http://earthdaycolumbus.org)
- Harmony Project Volunteer Week (April 21-27 along Livingston Avenue Streetcar District corridor between Parsons & Nelson; http://www.harmonyproject.com)
- Ohio Young Professionals Weekend (April 26 @ Gateway Film Center & April 27 starting at Columbus Commons; Multi-Group Mixer also April 26, but @ Kildare's Irish Pub at South Campus Gateway; http://www.ohioyoungprofessionalsweekend.com)

And...The State of the Show Address (which was left off the cutting room floor of tonight's show): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/48096944518/the-djbc-happy-hour-st...

- When The DJBC Happy Hour Facebook Page gets to 200 likes, the theme(s) for the February 3 & 17, 2014 weeks will be revealed.

Hal David, Andy Williams, and Marvin Hamlisch: The DJ's Cut


59:03 minutes (54.06 MB)

A re-broadcast of the Hal David/Andy Williams/Marvin Hamlisch musical tribute show from November 5, 2012, with two added songs.

Networking 103: The Art of Schmoozing


59:37 minutes (54.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, Schmoozing is discussed. What is it exactly, and why is it (plus making a connection) important in networking? Also, "The Kevin Bacon Experience". What is it exactly (and why is Kevin Bacon so popular)?

LINKS:
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/schmoozing
http://thefrugalmodel.com/blog/751/how-to-network
http://www.susanroane.com/articles/summerschmoozesummary.htm
http://www.susanroane.com/prog_workaroom.html
http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/48795523477/networking-calendar-fo...

1983: The Music, the Headlines, and Then Some (Part 1 of 2)


59:36 minutes (54.57 MB)

Tonight on "The DJBC Happy Hour", a trip back in time 30 years to 1983.

1983 HEADLINES:
- Sally Ride becomes the first American woman to travel into space
- Guion Bluford becomes the first African-American man to travel in space
- AP Top Story: The raid in Beirut, where 239 are killed
- The U.S. Economy shows signs of recovery from a recession
- Secretary of the Interior James Watts resigns
- Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov goes AWOL for a while
- US Missiles are deployed throughout Western Europe
- Filipino President Benigno Aquino is assassinated
- Polish President Lech Walesa wins Nobel Peace Prize
- The PLO splits
- The Soviets shoot down 747 Jetliner in South Korea; 269 are killed

1983 SHOWBIZ AWARDS:
http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/05/1983-in-awards-djbc...

Here is some Columbus Restaurant Trivia from 1983: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/49821846150/the-djbc-happy-hour-19...

COLUMBUS HEADLINES:
- Columbus Mayor Tom Moody opts NOT to run for a fourth term.
- Bexley Lions win the Boys' State Basketball Championship.
- The Bishop Ready Silver Knights become Franklin County's first High School Football Team to win the State Football Championship.
- County Treasurer Dana Gillman "Buck" Rinehart is elected Mayor.
- The B*ckeyes lose to Michigan, 24-21, as Illinois wins the Big Ten in Football.
- Richard F. Celeste is sworn-in as Governor of Ohio.

Side A to this Soundtrack:
"1999" - Prince
"Rio" - Duran Duran
"Toto" - Africa
"Up Where We Belong" - Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
"Maniac" - Michael Sembello
"New Year's Day" - U2
"Our House" - Madness
"Too Shy" - Kajagoogoo
"Electric Avenue" - Eddy Grant
"Uptown Girl" - Billy Joel
"Bang the Drum All Day" - Todd Rundgren
"Time (Clock of the Heart)" - Culture Club

1983 : The Music, The Headlines, and Then Some (Part 2 of 2)


59:32 minutes (54.5 MB)

Tonight, Side B to this 1983 soundtrack.

Playlist:
Let's Dance - David Bowie
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper
Puttin' on the Ritz - Taco
Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Hungry Like the Wolf - Duran Duran
Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
Allentown - Billy Joel
Beat It - Michael Jackson
Say It Isn't So - Hall and Oates
She Blinded Me With Science - Thomas Dolby
Down Under - Men at Work
Baby Come to Me - James Ingram and Patty Austin

1983 in Showbiz Awards: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/05/1983-in-awards-djbc...

RESTAURANT QUIZ: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/49821846150/the-djbc-happy-hour-19...

Quiz Answers (What is there Now):
1) Barcelona
2) Gresso's
3) Carabar
4) Old Bag of Nails Bexley
5) Elevator
6) Hal & Al's - 1297 Parsons Ave. (Aegean Supper Club was 1295 Parsons Ave.)
7) Barley's Grandview
8) Possibly a Panera Store will be going into the Clarmont location
9) Big Red Rooster (?) - but Engine House closed when the owners were lost at sea
10) Walgreen's (after the Kahiki was torn down)

Networking 104: A Bunch of Random Jobhunting Facts Thrown Together At the Last Minute


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight, on the show:
- Informational Interviews, what are they and what do they mean?
- Mobility, why is it important in a job search?
- Social Media, the two-way road
- "The Internship" and how does the plot relate to job searching

The Ghosts of Columbus Past (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:18 minutes (54.3 MB)

Tonight on "The DJBC Happy Hour Classic" - A look back at some of the ghosts of the past of Columbus, and by ghosts, places in Columbus that are no longer there. (Originally aired October 8, 2012)

Tonight, new bonus material with a compilation of a timeline through the 200-year history of Columbus.

Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of My Summer Bucket List


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight on the show, Summer Events in the Month of June are previewed, including:
- The Columbus Arts Festival (June 7-9; Downtown - http://www.columbusartsfestival.org)
- Columbus Pride (June 21-23; http://www.stonewallcolumbus.org)
- Comfest (June 28-30; Goodale Park - http://www.comfest.com)

The 67th Annual Tony Awards (June 9 from the Beacon Theatre in New York on CBS) and the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (June 16 from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Headline News) are previewed.

Birthday Rock Anthem (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:41 minutes (54.64 MB)

Tonight on the show, "Birthday Rock Anthem" (originally aired on June 11, 2012).

The (After) Birthday Show III


55:24 minutes (50.73 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC celebrates another birthday. The Daytime Emmy Awards are recapped.

Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:46 minutes (53.8 MB)

Tonight on "The DJBC Happy Hour Classic", "Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History" takes a look at July Fourth Events throughout town, during the Columbus Bicentennial Fourth of July. Plus, Thomas Jefferson, a striking COTA bus driver, the Doo Dah Parade, and the Fireworks Mix on "The DJBC Happy Hour Classic."

Happy ComFest Week!

"Be True to the Red, White, and Blue" (A DJBC Happy Hour Fourth of July)


58:25 minutes (53.49 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Fourth of July.

FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS:
- http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/53985369028/2013-july-fourth-event...

The 13th Annual Bryan Award Nominations...LIVE!! (Okay, this is the Podcast)


60:01 minutes (54.96 MB)

Tonight on the show, the nominees for the 13th Annual Bryan Awards are revealed. Also, events around town are previewed, including the Olde Towne East Tour of Historic Homes in Franklin Park on July 14 and journalist Jeremy Scahill's double-event visit on July 10.

A Roadtrip Around Columbus: The Best of Bicentennial Minute


59:22 minutes (54.36 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back with the shorts series "Bicentennial Minute", and a preview of "A Trip Around Columbus".

The Bicentennial Minutes:
- Downtown
- German Village
- Short North
- Grandview
- Upper Arlington
- Hilliard
- Dublin
- Westerville
- Reynoldsburg
- Olde Towne East
- Bexley
- Groveport/Canal Winchester
- Grove City
- Franklinton
- King-Lincoln District

Show # 87: July 22, 2013


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmy Nominations are recapped, as "House of Cards" made history by being the first online-based series to get a Drama Series nomination (plus eight other nominations). Also, the Silver Garbage Awards. Who did DJBC nominate as the "Worst of the Worst" of the TV landscape?

Christmas in July Road Trip


59:31 minutes (54.5 MB)

Tonight, a musical playlist of Christmas songs about and from various places, from the United States to Europe to Latin America.

1983: The Music, The Headlines, and Then Some (The DJBC Happy Hour Encore - Part 1)


59:01 minutes (54.05 MB)

Tonight on "The DJBC Happy Hour", a trip back in time 30 years to 1983.

1983 HEADLINES:
- Sally Ride becomes the first American woman to travel into space
- Guion Bluford becomes the first African-American man to travel in space
- AP Top Story: The raid in Beirut, where 239 are killed
- The U.S. Economy shows signs of recovery from a recession
- Secretary of the Interior James Watts resigns
- Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov goes AWOL for a while
- US Missiles are deployed throughout Western Europe
- Filipino President Benigno Aquino is assassinated
- Polish President Lech Walesa wins Nobel Peace Prize
- The PLO splits
- The Soviets shoot down 747 Jetliner in South Korea; 269 are killed

1983 SHOWBIZ AWARDS:
http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/05/1983-in-awards-djbc...

Here is some Columbus Restaurant Trivia from 1983: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/49821846150/the-djbc-happy-hour-19...

Side A to this Soundtrack:
"1999" - Prince
"Rio" - Duran Duran
"Toto" - Africa
"Up Where We Belong" - Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes
"Maniac" - Michael Sembello
"New Year's Day" - U2
"Our House" - Madness
"Too Shy" - Kajagoogoo
"Electric Avenue" - Eddy Grant
"Uptown Girl" - Billy Joel
"Bang the Drum All Day" - Todd Rundgren
"Time (Clock of the Heart)" - Culture Club

1983: The Music, The Headlines, and Then Some (DJBC Happy Hour Encore, Part 2)


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at 1983 continues. Who won the Super Bowl that year? How did the Ohio State Buckeyes do? Who was the first Franklin County High School to win a State Championship in football? What network(s) dominated the Emmys?

The 13th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 1 of 3)


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight on WCRS, the 13th Annual Bryan Awards kick off, hosted by Bryan Curtiss. In Part 1, Awards for Acting in Daytime Drama, plus Awards for Late Night Host and Variety Series. A Trip Around Columbus goes to the University District. Below is the scorecard for tonight, just copy and paste the text below into a Word Processor (i.e. Microsoft Word, WordPad) to play along and guess who will win.

The 13th Annual Bryan Awards Scorecard

The 13th Annual Bryan Awards air on August 19, 26, and September 2, 2013 on WCRS-FM. You can play along and guess who will win with the official scorecard for the 13th Annual Bryan Awards. The first 12 categories will be announced during the first hour. The second hour will have 18 categories, and the third hour will have the final 12 categories. At the Creative Arts Bryan Awards on August 9, HBO’s Liberace biopic “Behind the Candelabra” hauled in the most prizes with seven Bryan Awards. Will Liberace’s luck continue? Find out on Labor Day, when the Miniseries/Movie races are decided.

- HOUR 1 -

CATEGORY # 1301 – Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama:
______ Jeanne Cooper as Katherine Chancellor, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
______ Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
______ Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
______ Michelle Stafford as Phyllis Summers, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
______ Heather Tom as Katie Logan Spencer, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
______ Laura Wright as Carly Jacks, General Hospital (ABC)

CATEGORY # 1302 – Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama:
______ Julie Marie Berman as Lulu Spencer Falconeri, General Hospital (ABC)
______ Tracey E. Bregman as Lauren Fenmore, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
______ Jessica Collins as Avery Bailey Clark, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
______ Melissa Claire Egan as Chelsea Newman, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

The 13th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 2 of 3)


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight, the 13th Annual Bryan Awards continue with prizes for Comedy and Drama Acting, and the Bryan Awards for Reality/Competition Program and Animated Program. Plus, a sneak peek of "The South Side" Trip Around Columbus.

Get your scorecards out:
- HOUR 2 -

CATEGORY # 1313 – Lead Actor in a Comedy Series:
______ Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock (NBC)
______ Louis C.K. as Louie, Louie (F/X)
______ Don Cheadle as Marty Kaan, House of Lies (Showtime)
______ David Duchovny as Hank Moody, Californication (Showtime)
______ Johnny Galecki as Leonard Hofstadter, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
______ Jake Johnson as Nick Miller, New Girl (Fox)
______ Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

CATEGORY # 1314 – Lead Actress in a Comedy Series:
______ Zooey Deschanel as Jessica Day, New Girl (Fox)
______ Lena Dunham as Hannah Horvath, Girls (HBO)
______ Edie Falco as Jackie Peyton, Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
______ Tina Fey as Liz Lemon, 30 Rock (NBC)
______ Mindy Kaling as Dr. Mindy Lahiri, The Mindy Project (Fox)
______ Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer, Veep (HBO)
______ Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation (NBC)

CATEGORY # 1315 – Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series:
______ Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
______ Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy, Modern Family (ABC)
______ Rashida Jones as Ann Perkins, Parks and Recreation (NBC)
______ Sofia Vergara as Gloria Pritchett, Modern Family (ABC)
______ Jessica Walter as Lucille Bluth, Arrested Development (Netflix)
______ Betty White as Elka Ostrovsky, Hot in Cleveland (TV Land)

CATEGORY # 1316 – Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series:
______ Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy, Modern Family (ABC)
______ Max Greenfield as Schmidt, New Girl (Fox)
______ Ed O’Neill as Jay Pritchett, Modern Family (ABC)
______ Nick Offerman as Ron Swanson, Parks and Recreation (NBC)
______ Eric Stonestreet as Cameron Tucker, Modern Family (ABC)

The 13th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 3 of 3)


59:38 minutes (54.6 MB)

Tonight, the conclusion of the 13th Annual Bryan Awards features an excerpt of A Trip Around Columbus (Clintonville), plus the premiere of another Trip Around Columbus (The West Side), and the final 12 categories (below).

- HOUR 3 -

CATEGORY # 1331 – Main Title Theme Music:
______ The Americans (F/X)
______ Elementary (CBS)
______ House of Cards (Netflix)
______ The Newsroom (HBO)
______ Parade’s End (HBO)

CATEGORY # 1332 – Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie:
______ Ellen Burstyn as Margaret Barrish Worthington, Political Animals (USA)
______ Adelaide Clemens as Valentine Wannop, Parade’s End (HBO)
______ Carla Gugino as Susan Berg, Political Animals (USA)
______ Holly Hunter as G.J., Top of the Lake (BBC Two)
______ Lily Rabe as Sister Mary Eunice McKee, American Horror Story: Asylum (F/X)
______ Alfre Woodard as Ouiser, Steel Magnolias (Lifetime)

CATEGORY # 1333 – Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie:
______ Dan Aykroyd as Seymour Heller, Behind the Candelabra (HBO)
______ Billy Campbell as Abraham Lincoln, Killing Lincoln (National Geographic Channel)
______ James Cromwell as Dr. Arthur Arden, American Horror Story: Asylum (F/X)
______ Ciaran Hinds as Donald “Bud” Hammond, Political Animals (USA)
______ Rob Lowe as Dr. Jack Startz, Behind the Candelabra (HBO)
______ Zachary Quinto as Dr. Oliver Thredson, American Horror Story: Asylum (F/X)

CATEGORY # 1334 – Writing in a Miniseries or Movie:
______ Behind the Candelabra (HBO)
______ The Big C: Hereafter (Showtime)
______ Call Me Crazy – A ‘Five’ Film (Lifetime)
______ Phil Spector (HBO)
______ Political Animals (USA)

CATEGORY # 1335 – Directing in a Miniseries or Movie:
______ American Horror Story: Asylum (F/X)
______ Behind the Candelabra (HBO)
______ Call Me Crazy – A ‘Five’ Film (Lifetime)
______ Parade’s End (HBO)
______ Phil Spector (HBO)

CATEGORY # 1336 – Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie:

# 89: Welcome Back (September 16, 2013)


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight's The DJBC Happy Hour previews the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, plus a couple of TV shows that failed to make the cut for the Fall Lineup.

Networking 103 (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


56:41 minutes (51.9 MB)

Detroit Emmy Upset City


55:12 minutes (50.53 MB)

Tonight on the DJBC Happy Hour, the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are recapped, from the Creative Arts Ceremony that took place on September 15 at the Nokia Theatre in Hollywood, to the Upset-laden Ceremony which aired on CBS on September 22, also from the Nokia Theatre.

If there was a drinking game for this particular show (but I was told that's not allowed):
(Two sips)
- Any mention of a college football upset
- Any mention of the Ohio State-Florida A&M game
- The words "Merritt Wever" are mentioned

WINNERS (better yet, here is what happened during the ceremony): http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-65th-annual-pri... (YES, Merritt Wever won an Emmy, so NO, that is not a typo)

Networking 105


57:32 minutes (52.67 MB)

Tonight on the show, Networking 105 goes all over the Career Transition Map.

The DJBC Halloween Happy Hour the III


56:16 minutes (51.51 MB)

Tonight on the show, a preview of Halloween events around the Columbus area, from HighBall to Monster Bash, and almost everything in between.

The DJBC Disco Happy Hour - Part 1 of 2

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58:35 minutes (53.63 MB)

The DJBC Disco Happy Hour - Part 2 of 2


59:16 minutes (54.25 MB)

The DJBC Holiday Preview Happy Hour '13


57:09 minutes (52.33 MB)

Tonight on the show, holiday events around town are previewed as the Holiday Season is near in Central Ohio.

They include:
- Holiday Hop (December 7, Short North; http://www.shortnorth.org)
- Village Lights (December 1, German Village; http://www.germanvillage.com)
- Christmas in the Village (December 6 & 7, Canal Winchester; http://destinationcw.org)
- HolidayVille (December 8, Clintonville; http://www.experienceclintonville.com)
- Holiday Lights Parade (November 29, Creekside/Olde Gahanna; http://www.visitgahanna.com)
- Jig Thursday (November 7 & December 5, Historic Dublin; http://www.historicdublin.org)
- Mistletoe Market (December 6 & 7, Grove City Town Center District; http://www.grovecitytowncenter.org)
- Winter Festival (December 6, Mallway Park at Olde Arlington; http://www.uaoh.net)
- Holiday Parade & First Friday (November 24 & December 6, respectively; Downtown Delaware; http://www.mainstreetdelaware.com)
- Christmas on the Towne (December 7, Reynoldsburg; http://www.visitreynoldsburg.com)
- Tree Lighting, Home for the Holidays, and Sertoma Christmas Parade (December 6, December 7, and December 8, respectively; Uptown Westerville; http://www.visitwesterville.org)
- Holiday Fair (December 6 & 7, Columbus Commons; http://www.columbuscommons.org)
And more!

Networking 106: The Power of Social Media


58:48 minutes (53.84 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's all about networking as The DJBC talks about:
- Twitter
- Facebook
- LinkedIn
- Blogging (with a walk through Tumblr)

The DJBC Thanksgiving Show the III: Beat Ohio and Go Bucks


59:28 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, Thanksgiving (with the Macy's Parade sketch at the beginning), and the Ohio State-Michigan game. The # 3-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (11-0) have won 23 straight under Head Coach Urban Meyer. Michigan (7-4), which had high hopes early in the season, is free-falling faster than the temperatures, and needs a win over Ohio, otherwise there is a high chance there will be a new Wolverine Head Football Coach in 2014.

Weekend events mentioned include the Holiday Lights Parade in Gahanna, Village Lights in German Village, Holiday Hop in the Short North, the Ohio Statehouse Christmas Tree lighting, the Christmas Corner lighting in the Discovery District, and Mistletoe Market in Grove City.

Also, a look back on the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination, and a brief acknowledgement of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.

Later in the week on http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com, The DJBC Happy Hour Ohio State/Michigan Preview.

Christmas in July Roadtrip (DJBC Happy Hour Holiday Classic)


59:20 minutes (54.32 MB)

Tonight, on The DJBC Happy Hour Holiday Classic, it's a Christmas Roadtrip, with Holiday Songs from around the world, and about other places, both real and imagined, from "Christmas in Los Angeles" to "Christmas in Killarney", to "Christmas in Hollis", to "O Christmas Tree" in its traditional German.

Christmas Songs from the 1950s


59:34 minutes (54.54 MB)

Tonight on the show, Christmas Songs from the 1950s are played on the show, with some classics and some rare gems stuck in as well.

Also: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/69274639661/1950s-building-the-ame...

Under the Cover Christmas: Holiday Songs by Other Artists


59:39 minutes (54.61 MB)

Tonight, Holiday Songs covered by Artists other than the ones that made them famous, including:
"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Mambo" - Billy May
"Joy to the World" - The Supremes
"White Christmas" - Glee (cover version of the Penguins, NOT Bing Crosby, or a Cover OF a Cover)
"Jingle Bell Rock" - Hall and Oates
"Caroling, Caroling" - Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
"You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch" - Glee
"Little Saint Nick" - She and Him
"Someday at Christmas" - Stevie Wonder
"The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" - Burt Bacharach
"Toyland" - Perry Como
"Here Comes Santa Claus" - Doris Day
"Baby, It's Cold Outside" - Dean Martin & Martina McBride (courtesy of 21st Century Technology)
"Jingle Bells" - Barbra Streisand
"The Christmas Song" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

An Evening with Santa & Mrs. Claus


58:38 minutes (53.69 MB)

2013 Year-in-Review : Top Headlines (Part 1)


58:23 minutes (53.45 MB)

In the 100th show, and the final show of 2013, the DJBC Happy Hour takes a look back at some of the major news, sports, and entertainment headlines of 2013.

2013: The Year In Review (Columbus Headlines & Top 10 Shows)


58:59 minutes (54 MB)

Tonight on the show, the top Columbus Headlines from 2013 are run down. The Top 10 (favorite) shows from 2013 are also revealed.

1964: The Music & Headlines


58:28 minutes (53.54 MB)

Tonight on the show, music from 1964, which was a groundbreaking year in music with the British Invasion sweeping the music charts by storm. Songs from The Beatles, the Animals, the Supremes, and others are played in this hour.

Later this week on a special The DJBC Happy Hour Express on http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com, Headlines from 1964...

The First 100 Shows - Part 1 of 2


59:37 minutes (54.57 MB)

Tonight celebrates the first 100 episodes of The DJBC Happy Hour. The first hour takes a look back from the moments in politics and the holiday season in the show's first 100 shows, plus a long monologue which includes the history of how the show began, and where you can listen to this show every week.

The First 100 Shows (Part 2 of 2)


59:35 minutes (54.56 MB)

In the second hour of the First 100 Shows, Bryan takes a look back at 200Columbus: The Bicentennial and Ohio State football.

The DJBC Beatlemania Happy Hour


59:40 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight's soundtrack features a mix of the songs of "The Beatles", just in time for the 50th Anniversary of their first appearance in North America, which happened on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on February 9, 1964, which was seen by 73 million Americans.

TONIGHT’S SOUNDTRACK:
- “She Loves You” – The Beatles
- “Got To Get You Into My Life” – Earth, Wind, and Fire
- “I Saw Her Standing There” – Glee Cast
- “I Want To Hold Your Hand” – Chris Colfer (from Glee)
- “All You Need Is Love” – Lynden David Hall
- “Eleanor Rigby” – Aretha Franklin
- “Day Tripper” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “Twist and Shout” – The Beatles
- “The Fool on the Hill” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “A Taste of Honey” – Martin Denny
- “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” – The Beatles
- “Help!” – Glee Cast
- “With A Little Help From My Friends” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “Here Comes the Sun” – Richie Havens
- “Till There Was You” – Shirley Jones

This week on our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o), we’ll share videos of some of our favorite Beatles songs. This will tried to be mixed up between the Beatles, and with other artists.

Valentine's Day: '80s Style


59:30 minutes (54.48 MB)

Tonight on the show, love songs from the 1980s.

- "What I Like About You" - The Romantics
- "Love Plus One" - Haircut 100
- "Woman" - John Lennon
- "Got My Mind Set On You" - George Harrison
- "Easy Lover" - Philip Bailey & Phil Collins
- "Girl, You Know It's True" - Milli Vanilli
- "All I Need" - Jack Wagner
- "I Can Dream About You" - Dan Hartman
- "Take On Me" - A Ha!
- "Take My Breath Away" - Giorgio Moroder/Diana DeWitt
- "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" - Queen
- "Captain of Her Heart" - Double
- "Hearts" - Marty Balin
- "Body Language" - Queen

The British Invasion: 50 Years Later


59:18 minutes (54.29 MB)

Tonight on the show, 50 years of the British Invasion, or some of the music that came from across the Atlantic in the 1960s.

SONG LIST:
"England Swings" - Roger Miller
"All Day and All of the Night" - The Kinks
"I Feel Free" - Cream
"As Tears Go By" - Marianne Faithfull
"It's My Life" - The Animals
"Do Wah Diddy Diddy" - Manfred Mann
"I'm a Man" - The Spencer Davis Group
"I Don't Want To See You Again" - Peter and Gordon
"Downtown" - Petula Clark
"The Magic Bus" - The Who
"What's New Pussycat" - Tom Jones
"Mellow Yellow" - Donovan
"Let's Spend the Night Together" - The Rolling Stones
"Fire" - The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
"She's Not There" - The Zombies
"Michelle" - David and Jonathan
"Love Is All Around" - The Troggs

2014 Academy Awards Preview


59:04 minutes (54.09 MB)

In this pre-Oscar edition of the DJBC Happy Hour, the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Who will win big, and who will not? Plus, the controversy in this year's Best Original Song category (yeah, why only four nominees, when five were announced?). And a brief preview of the 34th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards. Have the Scientologists come back for seconds with After Earth?

86th Annual Academy Awards are next Sunday at 8PM ET on ABC. The 34th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards are on Saturday (the eve of the Academy Awards).

2014 Academy Awards Recap


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, the 86th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony is recapped, plus the 34th Annual Golden Raspberry Awards, and the pre-nominations for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

LINKS:
MAJOR OSCAR WINNERS (DJBC Happy Hour Express): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/78450767410/the-djbc-happy-hour-ex...

REAL-TIME CEREMONY VIEWING: http://bryansilvergarbageawards.blogspot.com/2014/03/a-night-of-oscars-r...

DAYTIME EMMY PRE-NOMINATIONS: http://emmyonline.org/day_41st_drama_performer_pre_nominations

VISION 614 PHOTO RECAP: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/78115649413/vision-614-phototour-r...

STATE OF CITY: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/77378079711/state-of-the-city-addr...

CITY OF COLUMBUS MURAL PHOTOS: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/77401040876/the-city-of-columbus-o...

The Lawrence Welk Show (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

St. Patrick's Day in Dublin (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:24 minutes (54.38 MB)

Tonight on the show, "St. Patrick's Day in Dublin", originally aired on March 12, 2012.

Bonus Songs:
St. Patrick's Day Parade - Dennis Day
My Wild Irish Rose - Morton Downey

The Kentucky Fried Radio I (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)

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59:32 minutes (54.51 MB)

Tonight is a rebroadcast of "The Kentucky Fried Radio", which was originally broadcast on April 1, 2013.

This episode includes sketches that are spoofs of "Sesame Street", "Mystery Diners", and a car commercial.

Also included was a mention of the 50th anniversary of the long-running soap opera "General Hospital".

The Kentucky Fried Radio 2


59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

Networking 107 - Job Interviews


56:55 minutes (52.11 MB)

Tonight on the show, Networking 107 talks about the Job Interview Process.

- How applying for a job has changed
- Online assessments, what are they?
- Things to know on the "Road of Job Interviews"
- Criminal Background Checks and "Ban the Box"
- George O'Leary Syndrome

Happy 3rd Birthday, The DJBC Happy Hour!


59:14 minutes (54.24 MB)

Tonight on the show, The DJBC Happy Hour turns 3 years old.

In "Weekend Warrior", Bryan previews Earth Day Columbus (http://www.earthdaycolumbus.org) on April 26, and the Near East Side Hop (http://eastpact.org) from April 21-26 in the Near East Side.

SONGS:
"Birthday" - The Beatles
"Happy Birthday/Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours" - Motown: The Musical
"Spring, Spring, Spring" - Johnny Mercer & Gene DePaul
"Steppin' Out" - Joe Jackson
"Theme of Luxury" - Fantastic Plastic Machine

Networking 106: The Power of Social Media (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:21 minutes (53.42 MB)

Tonight on the show (originally broadcast on November 18, 2013), Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr (with a "how-to" on using the blogging site), and LinkedIn are discussed, and Raff Romanowski & Chelsea Waters (of the Entertainment show "Coming Soon") talk about Hashtags.

Networking 108: Three Jabs and A Right Hook


59:31 minutes (54.5 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- More Tumblr tips
- A look at the book "Jab Jab Jab Right Hook" by Gary Vaynerchuk
- Blogging Terminology
- What Is Blogging?
- What Are Blogs That The DJBC follows that are NOT his own?

Game 6, perhaps the final Columbus Blue Jackets game of the season (and also at Nationwide Arena). #WeAreThe5thLine #CarryTheFlag #GoJacketsGo

El DJBC Happy Hour (Cinco de Mayo)


59:45 minutes (54.7 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's Cinco de Mayo. Songs from Mexico and Latin America.

Because of the length of the show, most of the content written for the show had to be cut.

1969: Peace, Love, and Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


59:29 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from 1969 with music from The Beatles, The Cowsills, Charles Wright and the 103rd Street Watts Rhythm Band, and other artists.

Later in the week on "The DJBC Happy Hour Express", Headlines from 1969 in News, Sports, and Entertainment, from Vietnam and Woodstock, to Broadway Joe and the Best Actress Oscar Tie.

1969: Peace, Love, and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)

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59:36 minutes (54.57 MB)

In the second hour of The DJBC Happy Hour's look back to 1969, more hit songs from one of the most turbulent years in America's history. Plus, what was the # 1 headline of 1969? Find out at the beginning of the show.

The DJBC Happy Hour Express - 1969 (News Headlines): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/85652633149/the-djbc-happy-hour-ex...
The DJBC Happy Hour Express - 1969 (Sports/Entertainment Headlines): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/85734133394/the-djbc-happy-hour-ex...

The DJBC Happy Hour Encore: The First 100 Shows, Part 2


59:35 minutes (54.56 MB)

A re-broadcast of "The First 100 Shows" (Part 2), which was originally streamed online on January 27, 2014. The two-part "First 100 Shows" special took a look back at the highlights of the first 100 The DJBC Happy Hours.

Life in the (Capital) City


58:43 minutes (53.76 MB)

Tonight on the show, there is life in the city this summer. The city is alive and well during the summer. What are some of the events happening this summer in the Columbus area? From the Columbus Arts Festival to "Home and Garden Tour Season", there is never a shortage of things to do in the summer in Columbus.

- Columbus Arts Festival (Friday-Sunday; Riverfront, http://www.columbusartsfestival.org)
- CAPA Summer Movie Series (Starts Friday; http://www.capa.com)
- Park Street Festival (Friday & Saturday; Arena District; http://www.parkstreetfestival.com)
- Columbus Pride Festival & Parade (June 20-21, Parade at 11AM on June 21; http://www.columbuspride.org)
- Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival (June 20-22; Creekside Park/Plaza, Gahanna)
- Juneteenth (June 20-22; Genoa Park; http://juneteenthohio.com)
- Tour de Grandview (June 27)
- ComFest (June 27-29; http://www.comfest.com)
- Westerville Music and Arts Festival (July 12 & 13)
- Ohio State Fair (July 23-August 3; http://www.ohiostatefair.com)
- Urban Scrawl (August 23 & 24)
- Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival (September 1; Northam Park, Upper Arlington)
- Independent's Day (September 19-21; Town & Lucas Streets/East Franklinton; http://thisisindependent.com)

GARDEN TOURS:
- Bexley (June 8; http://www.bexleywomen.org)
- Westgate (June 14; http://www.westgateneighbors.org)
- Merion Village (June 22; http://www.merionvillage.org)
- German Village (June 29; http://www.germanvillagetour.com)
- Olde Towne East (July 13; http://www.oldetowneeast.org)
- Westerville (July 20; http://www.westerflora.com)
- Ganthers Place (July 27; http://www.ganthersplace.com)

1964 - The Music & Headlines (DJBC Happy Hour Encore)


59:31 minutes (54.49 MB)

Tonight on the show, an encore of "1964: The Music and Headlines" (originally aired on January 13, 2014).

The DJBC Coloring Book Happy Hour

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59:20 minutes (54.32 MB)

Tonight on the show, it is all about colors.

SONG LIST:
"My Coloring Book" - Kitty Kallen
"Colour My World" - Chicago
"Deep Purple" - Nino Tempo & April Stevens
"Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Old Oak Tree" - Tony Orlando and Dawn
"That Old Black Magic" - Lawrence Welk
"A Whiter Shade of Pale" - Procol Harum
"Lavender Blue" - Sammy Kaye
"Red Sails in the Sunset" - Marvin Hamlisch
"Yellow Bird" - Lawrence Welk
"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" - Perez Prado
"The Green Door" - Jim Lowe
"Tangerine" - Lawrence Welk/Guy & Ralna
"Red Roses for a Blue Lady" - Bobby Vinton
"Black is Black" - Los Bravos
"Paint It Black" - The Rolling Stones
"She's A Rainbow" - The Rolling Stones
"Bein' Green" - Kermit the Frog
"The Rainbow Connection" - Kermit the Frog

The DJBC Beatlemania Happy Hour...Encore


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

A rebroadcast of a program that originally aired on February 3, 2014.

Tonight's soundtrack features a mix of the songs of "The Beatles", just in time for the 50th Anniversary of their first appearance in North America, which happened on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on February 9, 1964, which was seen by 73 million Americans.

TONIGHT’S SOUNDTRACK:
- “She Loves You” – The Beatles
- “Got To Get You Into My Life” – Earth, Wind, and Fire
- “I Saw Her Standing There” – Glee Cast
- “I Want To Hold Your Hand” – Chris Colfer (from Glee)
- “All You Need Is Love” – Lynden David Hall
- “Eleanor Rigby” – Aretha Franklin
- “Day Tripper” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “Twist and Shout” – The Beatles
- “The Fool on the Hill” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “A Taste of Honey” – Martin Denny
- “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” – The Beatles
- “Help!” – Glee Cast
- “With A Little Help From My Friends” – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
- “Here Comes the Sun” – Richie Havens
- “Till There Was You” – Shirley Jones

Sweet Freedom's Song: Celebrating Our History (2012 July 4 Show)


58:50 minutes (53.87 MB)

Originally broadcast on July 2, 2012 (but almost cancelled due to the 2012 Derecho)

Tonight on the show,
Bryan talks about upcoming July Fourth events in Central Ohio (other than Boom, and yes, Boom), such as these here (http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/26158222502/2012-fourth-of-july-ev...), and talks about the COTA strike and the heat wave (or "Springtime in Phoenix in Columbus").

Thomas Jefferson still did not learn his lesson and doesn't want to write the Declaration of Independence. (Here is last year's Jefferson skit: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/26362731960/tonight-an-all-new-djb...)

And in Last Call, another "Fireworks Mix".

It's Always Patriotic...on The DJBC Happy Hour


59:37 minutes (54.6 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Fireworks and Parades near You as the Fourth of July nears.

FIREWORKS:
(THURSDAY)
COLUMBUS/Red, White, and Boom - 10PM (http://www.redwhiteandboom.org)
WHITEHALL - 9:45PM - John Bishop Park on Langley Avenue
GAHANNA - 9:45PM - The Golf Depot on Science Boulevard (http://www.gahanna.gov)
REYNOLDSBURG - 9:45PM - Civic Park on Daugherty Drive (http://reynca.blogspot.com)
(FRIDAY)
BEXLEY - 10PM - Capital University (http://www.bexleycelebrations.org)
CLINTONVILLE - 10PM - Whetstone Park
DELAWARE - 10PM - Ohio Wesleyan University
DUBLIN - 9:45PM - Dublin Coffman High School (with Earth, Wind, and Fire headlining; http://dublinohiousa.gov/independence-day-celebration)
GROVEPORT - 9PM - Heritage Park on Wirt Road
HILLIARD - 9:45PM - Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park
LEWIS CENTER - 9:45PM - Alum Creek State Park
NEW ALBANY - 9:45PM - New Albany High School (http://newalbanycommunityevents.com/july-fourth)
UPPER ARLINGTON - 10PM - Northam Park on Northam Road (http://www.uaca.org)
WESTERVILLE - 10PM - Alum Creek Park South off of Schrock Road
WORTHINGTON - 1OPM - Thomas Worthington High School
WORTHINGTON HILLS - 9PM - Worthington Hills County Club

More Fireworks: http://www.10tv.com/content/pages/fireworks-listings.html

PARADES (all Friday, unless noted):
BEXLEY - 9:30AM, Starts at Maryland Avenue Elementary School (http://www.bexleycelebrations.org)
COLUMBUS - 6PM (Thursday), Starts at Main & Front Streets (http://www.redwhiteandboom.org)
DUBLIN - 11AM, Starts at Metro Place and Frantz Road (http://dublinohiousa.gov/independence-day-celebration)
GAHANNA - 10:30AM, Starts at Clark Hall (http://www.gahanna.gov)
GROVEPORT - 9AM (Kid's Parade, Groveport Elementary) & 11AM (Main Parade) (http://www.groveport.org)
HILLIARD - 10AM, Starts at Franklin County Fairgrounds
LEWIS CENTER - 10AM, Starts at Oak Creek Shopping Center
NEW ALBANY - 10AM (http://newalbanycommunityevents.com/july-fourth)

Christmas In July - Music from the 1970s


59:30 minutes (54.48 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's Christmas in July, featuring holiday tunes from the 1970s.

PLAYLIST:
"Christmas Is Here Again" - Roger Whittaker (1976)
"Darcy the Dragon" - Roger Whittaker (1976)
"Step Into Christmas" - Elton John (1973)
"Please Come Home For Christmas" - The Eagles (1978)
"December the 25th" - Scrooge (1970)
"Wonderful Christmastime" - Paul McCartney (1979)
"Jingle Bell Hustle" - Wayne Newton (1978)
"Christmas Day" - Squeeze (1979)
"Heat Miser" - The Year Without A Santa Claus (1974)
"Carol of the Bells" - The Carpenters (1978)
"Grandpa's Christmas Wish" - Grandpa Walton (1974)
"Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy" - Bing Crosby & David Bowie (1977)
"Christmas In The City" - Marvin Gaye (1972)

The Great American Music Road Trip


59:25 minutes (54.4 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs about places like Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Iowa, Oklahoma, New York, California, Boston, Vermont, New England, New Orleans, Tennessee, and Houston.

Networking 109: Having Fun During Your Job Search


58:10 minutes (53.26 MB)

Tonight on the show, how does one have fun during their job search? And, how did I get to this show on this station? Those questions will both be answered tonight.

Christmas In July Goes To The Movies


58:58 minutes (53.99 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from holiday movies.

SONGS:
"A Christmas Carol" - Scrooge (1970)
"Happy Holiday" - Holiday Inn (1942); Bing Crosby
"The Polar Express" - The Polar Express (2004)
"December the 25th" - Scrooge (1970)
"Christmas Is All Around" - Love Actually (2003)
"I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For" - Holiday Inn (1942); Bing Crosby
"The Nutcracker Suite" - Elf (2004); Brian Setzer and His Orchestra
"White Christmas" - Holiday Inn (1942); Bing Crosby
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - Meet Me in St. Louis (1944); Judy Garland
"It Feels Like Christmas" - The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
"Baby, It's Cold Outside" - Elf (2004); Zooey Deschanel & Leon Redbone, song originally from Neptune's Daughter (1949)
"Scrooge" - The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
"Silver Bells" - from The Lemon Drop Kid; Mitch Miller and His Gang (1961)
"Father Christmas" - Scrooge (1970)
"One More Sleep Til Christmas" - The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
"Glorious, Beautiful Christmas" - A Christmas Story (1983)

The 2014 Emmy Awards Preview (The DJBC 2014 Summer Finale)


59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmy Awards are previewed, leading up to the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25 on NBC, hosted by Seth Meyers.

Television Themes from the 1980s (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:00 minutes (54.01 MB)

Tonight, Classic TV Themes from the 1980s are featured on the show, which originally aired on August 13, 2012. Television show like "St. Elsewhere", "The Golden Girls", "Hill Street Blues", "Magnum P.I.", "General Hospital", and "Guiding Light" are featured.

It's 10:00 on a Sunday Night and Ohio State Still Sucks (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


58:58 minutes (54 MB)

Tonight, a preview of the Ohio State/Michigan game (originally aired on November 25, 2013).

Also Included:
- The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
- Hanukkah
- Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination

The 2014 Bryan Awards Encore (The DJBC Happy Hour Encore)


54.45 MB

An encore of Part 1 of the 14th Annual Bryan Awards, which celebrated the past television season.

In case you missed it, you can still play along and guess who will win: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/93598678529/the-14th-annual-bryan-...

Just copy and paste the text into a Word Processor, and put an "X" to whom you think will win. It's just that easy!

This Isn't George Orwell's 1984 (Part 1)


59:19 minutes (54.32 MB)

Tonight, a look back at some of the music from 1984. Songs from artists like Van Halen, Billy Ocean, Phil Collins & Genesis, The Thompson Twins, and Ashford & Simpson.

Coming soon to The DJBC Happy Hour Express, 1984: Music & Headlines, where some of the highlights from 1984 included:
- The most lopsided U.S. Presidential Election in American history
- A divine intervention resulting in a top sports honor
- A historic first in college basketball

And locally:
- Three area high school football teams go to the State Championship, with one winning, and two falling short. The two losers are only separated by 2.4 miles (according to Google directions).
- A movie was filmed in a defunct school.

This Isn't George Orwell's 1984 (Part 2)


59:26 minutes (54.42 MB)

Tonight on the show, 13 more songs from 1984. Songs from Phil Collins & Philip Bailey, Queen, Kenny Loggins, Yes, Deniece Williams, and The Romantics are on Side B to this Mix Tape of Music from 1984.

On the DJBC Happy Hour Express - Headlines from 1984:
- The Olympics in Sarajevo (Winter) and Los Angeles (Summer)
- The Most Lopsided U.S. Presidential Election in American History
- Terms of Endearment sweeps the Academy Awards
- Thriller and the King of Pop sweep the Grammy Awards
- Georgetown wins the NCAA Tournament, coach John Thompson is the first Black coach to win the Tournament in NCAA history
- L.A. Raiders win Super Bowl XVIII, thrashing the Washington Redskins; Coach Tom Flores is the first Hispanic coach to win a Super Bowl
- Magic vs. Larry, Round III in the NBA Finals

And in Columbus in 1984:
- The Republicans Cleaned House in the November Elections in Franklin County Government
- Three Central Ohio Teams played for State Football Titles, with two coming up short, and the third winning the first of four in a row
- The Buckeyes beat That Team Up North and punch their ticket to Pasadena, with a little help from a couple of key players, including two future big name Freshmen
- Buck Rinehart becomes Columbus' 45th Mayor
- A suburban City Manager is ousted after accusations of embezzlement
- Columbus > Cleveland, in terms of population in Ohio
- WTTE Channel 28 takes the airwaves for the first time

Show # 124: The News of the Day


58:36 minutes (53.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC rants about the state of That Team Up North, and the problems that need to be fixed to make That School Up North the B1G Champions and Ohio State's worst nightmare once again.

Also, Headlines missed in the last month.

The Weekend Warrior previews:
- FFOCOL (Film Festival of Columbus), October 9-16 at Gateway Film Center
- Heritage Days, October 11 at Historical Village at Weaver Park in Hilliard
- "A Golden Era", October 9 & 21 at the Bexley Public Library
- The Italian Festival, October 10-12 in Italian Village
- Columbus Marathon, October 19 through Downtown, Near East Side, Bexley, German Village, the Short North, OSU Campus, Upper Arlington, Fifth by Northwest, and Grandview Heights

1994: Music & Headlines


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight, on the show a look back at 1994 with some of the songs from that year, with artists like Sheryl Crow, Ace of Base, Haddaway, R.E.M., and a mid-show movie tribute to The Lion King, Forrest Gump, Pulp Fiction, and Philadelphia.

1994 HEADLINES:
- Genocide in Rwanda & Burundi
- Nelson Mandela becomes the first Black President of South Africa, post-Apartheid
- Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, and Yitzhak Rabin win the Nobel Peace Prize
- The Republicans dominate the Midterm Elections, and Newt Gingrich (R-Georgia), becomes Speaker of the House
- The Whitewater Scandal begins; President Clinton is accused of sexual harassment from his time as Governor of Arkansas
- The drama of sports: Tonya vs. Nancy, OJ, and of course...
- Major League Baseball goes on strike and skips the World Series

SPORTS:
- Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills (again) in Super Bowl XXVIII
- New York Rangers win their first Stanley Cup since 1940
- Houston Rockets beat the New York Knicks in the "Forgotten NBA Finals"
- Major League Baseball goes on strike in mid-August, and the World Series is not held for the first time since 1904
- National Hockey League begins their lockout
- World Cup Fever takes place in the United States, Brazil wins the World Cup
- Arkansas wins the NCAA Men's Tournament; Nebraska wins the College Football National Championship
- NFL Hall of Fame Running Back O.J. Simpson is charged with the murders of his ex-wife and her friend

ENTERTAINMENT:
- "Friends" and "ER" debut, solidifying NBC's Thursday night dominance for years to come; "My So-Called Life" debuts on ABC
- "The Real World" features Pedro, a housemate who has AIDS, and Puck, who gets evicted in mid-season
- Whitney Houston dominates the Grammys with "The Bodyguard" soundtrack
- Steven Spielberg finally wins an Oscar, as he wins Best Director for the Best Picture winner "Schindler's List"
- "The Lion King" is the # 1 movie of the year, and "Forrest Gump" is # 2

# 126: Yesterday's Top Halloween Secrets


58:51 minutes (53.89 MB)

Tonight on the show, a couple of rare Halloween musical gems, plus HighBall - what big name is performing, and what is "A Day of the Dead", really?

Networking 110: The DJBC Happy H__R


58:18 minutes (53.39 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Networking 110 talks about a wide array of office-related topics:
- At-Will Statements, and The "Hiring Cycle of Life"
- Compliance, and What Is It?
- The Office Mate 101

The DJBC Uber Dancing Happy Hour


59:14 minutes (54.24 MB)

Tonight's show with special guest hosts "Lawrence Welk" and "Ed Sullivan" featured oldies and standards from the 1950s and 1960s. Songs by artists including The Miracles, Danny and the Juniors, Julie London, Louis Prima & Keely Smith, Brook Benton & Dinah Washington, and the father/daughter duo of Frank & Nancy Sinatra.

# 129: The Autumn Elephant in the Tea Party Room


59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

Tonight on the show, The DJBC recaps the Midterm Elections, the Bengals/Browns Thursday night game, the OSU/Michigan State game, and the Ohio High School Playoffs.

SONGS in Tonight's Show:
"Autumn Leaves" - Roger Williams
"Pump It Up" - Elvis Costello
"Be Nice to Me" - Todd Rundgren
"Love In Action" - Todd Rundgren (and Utopia)

SONG CUES:
Segment # 1: "Yea Alabama" - The University of Alabama Million Dollar Band
Weekend Warrior: "Steppin' Out" - Joe Jackson and "Wild Weekend" - The Rockin' Rebels
Close: "Hey Girl" - Freddie Scott

# 130: Winter is Coming, Prepare the Way


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

Tonight on the show....
- The Columbus International Film + Video Festival
- Winter is making a comeback
- The Weekend in Football - The B*ckeyes survive the Minnesota cold

HOLIDAY SONGS:
"Snow" - Seth MacFarlane
"It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" - Andy Williams
"Must Be Santa" - Mitch Miller and His Gang
"Winter Wonderland" - The Lennon Sisters
"Brazilian Sleigh Bells" - Harry James
"Warm December" - Julie London
"Suzy Snowflake" - Rosemary Clooney
"Someday at Christmas" - Stevie Wonder
"Fur Elise" - Vince Guaraldi

# 131 - Urban Fiction: Keep Calm and FIRE Hoke


59:12 minutes (54.21 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Thanksgiving (and the "Holidays" that follow it) and Giving Tuesday (http://www.givingtuesday.org) - What is it exactly?

But, most importantly, THE Game - the 7th ranked Ohio State B*ckeyes (10-1, 7-0) host the Michigan Wolverines (5-6, 3-4) in a do-or-die match for the Wolverines, in what will more than likely be the final game of the Brady Hoke era at Michigan.

SONGS:
"Turkey Lurkey Time" - Promises, Promises
"Temptation"/"Hawaiian War Chant" - The Muppets
"We Don't Give A Damn (for the Whole State of Michigan)" - TBDBITL
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"I've Got Plenty to Be Thankful For" - Bing Crosby
"Central Park Serenade" - Renee Fleming with Gregory Porter
(close) "Fur Elise" - Vince Guaraldi

Christmas in July: Songs from the 1970s


59:30 minutes (54.48 MB)

Tonight on the show, Christmas Songs from the 1970s.

PLAYLIST:
"Christmas Is Here Again" - Roger Whittaker (1976)
"Jingle Bell Rock" - Bobby Sherman (1970)
"Step Into Christmas" - Elton John (1973)
"Please Come Home For Christmas" - The Eagles (1978)
"December the 25th" - Scrooge (1970)
"Wonderful Christmastime" - Paul McCartney (1979)
"Jingle Bell Hustle" - Wayne Newton (1978)
"Christmas Day" - Squeeze (1979)
"Heat Miser" - The Year Without A Santa Claus (1974)
"Christmas" - The Who (1969)
"Carol of the Bells" - The Carpenters (1978)
"Grandpa's Christmas Wish" - Grandpa Walton (1974)
"Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy" - Bing Crosby & David Bowie (1977)
"Christmas Time" - Ray Charles (1978)
"Christmas In The City" - Marvin Gaye (1972)

"Why My 1970s Christmas Was Way Better": http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lori-ferraro/why-my-1970s-christmas-was-wa...
1970s Christmas (on Pinterest): https://www.pinterest.com/suehirtle1/1970s-christmas/
Christmas in the 1970s Blog: http://christmasinthe70s.blogspot.com/
TV Party - Christmas in the 1970s on TV: http://www.tvparty.com/xmas-1970s-christmas.html

Christmas Commercials from the 1970s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46W7IXXaiW8

The DJBC Holiday Standard of Dance Happy Hour


59:36 minutes (54.57 MB)

Tonight on the show, Holiday Songs from the Big Band Era and Recent Covers of Holiday Songs. But before that, the DJBC addresses the firing of former Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke.

SONGS:
"Happy Holiday" - Bing Crosby
"Christmas Night in Harlem" - Jack Teegarden & Johnny Mercer (1934)
"Winter Weather" - Benny Goodman
"We Three Kings" - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
"Brazilian Sleigh Bells" - Harry James
"Shake Hands with Santa Claus" - Louis Prima
"Warm in December" - Seth MacFarlane
"Rudolph Mambo" - Billy May
"Little Jack Frost, Get Lost" - Seth MacFarlane & Norah Jones
"Deck the Halls" - Chick Corea
"Sleigh Ride" - Myron Floren
"Exotic Night" - Martin Denny (1967)
"Ol' Saint Nicholas" - Doris Day
"White Christmas" - Fred Waring (1957)
"Swingin' Them Jingle Bells" - Fats Waller and His Rhythm (1936)
"Coventry Carol" - Elisabeth Schumann (1938)
"The Happiest Christmas Tree" - Nat King Cole
"Christmas Bells at Eventide" - Gracie Fields (1933)

What is your Holiday Soundtrack? What is/are the holiday song(s) that you cannot live without during the holiday season? Comment to the podcast below, or on our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o.

# 133 - The DJBC (Holiday Soundtrack) Happy Hour


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show, What is on your Holiday Playlist?
(More Bonus Coverage: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/104860083754/what-is-your-holiday-...)

SONGS:
"Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah" - glee
"Chanukah Prayer" - Carole King
"December Will Be Magic Again" - Kate Bush
"Caroling, Caroling" - Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
"Silver Bells" - Norma Zimmer & Jim Roberts
"A Fact Can Be A Beautiful Thing" - Marian Mercer & Jerry Orbach (from "Promises, Promises")
"It Kinda Feels Like Christmas" - The Royal Guardsmen
"A Charles Dickens' Christmas" - Bransby Williams
"Savoy Christmas Medley" - The New Mayfair Orchestra directed by Ray Noble
"December" - Earth, Wind, and Fire

# 134: The Santa & Mrs. Claus Happy Hour


58:36 minutes (53.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, Special Guest Co-Hosts Santa & Mrs. Claus play some holiday songs, just in time for Christmas.

SONGS:
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer - The Jackson Five
Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
What Is A Santa Claus? - Stan Kenton
Twas the Night Before Christmas - Rosemary Clooney
Up on the Housetop - The Jackson Five
Jingle Bell Rock - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Joy to the World - Earth, Wind, and Fire

# 135: 2014, A Look Back At the Year That Was


58:52 minutes (53.9 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at 2014, with songs by artists who passed away in 2014. Also, what were the 10 biggest headlines in Columbus? And the 10 biggest headlines of the year? Plus, a preview of the 2015 Sugar Bowl between the # 1 Alabama Crimson Tide and the # 4 Ohio State Buckeyes at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on New Year's Day night.

SONGS/PLAYLIST:
"She Cried" - Jay and the Americans
"Where Have All The Flowers Gone?" - Pete Seeger
"Stranger on the Shore" - Acker Bilk
"Hey Girl" - Freddie Scott
"You Are So Beautiful" - Joe Cocker
"Wake Up Little Susie" - The Everly Brothers
"Rapper's Delight" - The Sugarhill Gang
"Indian Reservation" - Paul Revere and the Raiders

# 136: The Buckeye Football Happy Hour and 2014 Best-In Show


59:38 minutes (54.61 MB)

Tonight on the show, what were the 10 best sketches and 10 best shows of 2014? You'll find out the answer, plus the Top Four Toursdays (Urban & Suburban). Plus, a preview of the College Football Playoff National Championship between the # 2 Oregon "Mighty" Ducks (13-1) and the # 4 Ohio State B*ckeyes (13-1), which may shock the faithful and faint-hearted listener (so listener discretion is advised for that segment, roughly 30 minutes in), and how the B*ckeyes will do against the Mighty Ducks of Oregon.

SONGS:
Sorry To See You Go - June Christy
New Year's Day - U2
It Was A Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra
Happy New Year Baby - Joanne Campbell
Hang On Sloopy - The McCoys
Let's Start the New Year Right - Bing Crosby
Auld Lang Syne - Mitch Miller

# 2 - What Makes Columbus Cool? (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:00 minutes (54.03 MB)

Tonight on the show, What makes Columbus Cool? Columbus is a great city, but the one burning question on my mind is "What Makes Columbus Cool?"

In the special intro and outro, the National Championship is recalled, plus a look forward to the NHL All-Star Weekend right here in town.

# 137: The Birthday Party of the King/The DJBC Elvis Happy Hour


59:20 minutes (54.33 MB)

Tonight, we celebrate 80 years of the King of Rock and roll with 18 songs made famous by Elvis Presley.

SONG LIST:
"Jailhouse Rock" - Michael Park/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Peace In the Valley" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Can't Help Falling In Love" - UB40
"Viva Las Vegas" - Elvis Presley
"Crying in the Chapel" - Rex Allen
"Loving You" - Ken Ard/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Hound Dog" - B.J. Crosby/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Heartbreak Hotel" - Elvis Presley
"A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On" - Jerry Lee Lewis
"Long Tall Sally" - Million Dollar Quartet
"That's All Right" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson
"Snowbird" - Anne Murray
"Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
"Rags to Riches" - Tony Bennett
"Hawaiian Wedding Song" - Ken Delo; Lawrence Welk
"If I Can Dream" - Elvis Presley
"I Can Help" - Billy Swan

# 138: The DJBC Big Easy Happy Hour


59:38 minutes (54.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music of New Orleans and Mardi Gras is featured as Fat Tuesday nears during the height of Mardi Gras Season in New Orleans.

# 139: The DJBC Valentine's Sock Hop Happy Hour


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight, it's Love Songs from the 1950s, just in time for Valentine's Day. Grab your guy or gal, and dance with him/her for the next hour.

SONG LIST:
"Chanson D'Amour" - Art & Dotty Todd (1959)
"Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" - Jimmie Rodgers (1957)
"Little Darlin'" - The Diamonds (1957)
"The Twelfth of Never" - Johnny Mathis (1957)
"True Love Ways" - Buddy Holly (1959)
"Sugartime" - The McGuire Sisters (1958)
"The Rock and Roll Waltz" - Kay Starr (1955)
"I'm Falling In Love Again" - Jimmie Rodgers (1958)
"Everybody Loves a Lover" - Doris Day (1958)
"My Truly, Truly Fair" - Guy Mitchell (1951)
"April Love" - Pat Boone (1957)
"Only You (And You Alone)" - The Platters (1955)
"Be My Love" - Mario Lanza (1951)
"Love Me Tender" - Elvis Presley (1956)
"Mona Lisa" - Carl Mann (1959) - cover of "Mona Lisa" (Nat King Cole, 1950)
"To Know Him, Is To Love Him" - The Teddy Bears (1958)
"I Only Have Eyes For You" - The Flamingos (1959)
"Melody of Love" - Billy Vaughn (1955)

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# 140 - The 87th Annual Academy Awards In Living Color


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

Tonight on the show, the 87th Annual Academy Awards are previewed. Also discussed is the lack of diversity in the major categories this year. The 2015 Golden Raspberry Awards are previewed as well.

The site for the 2016 Democratic Convention was chosed. Did Columbus get it? Find out.

The DJBC Happy Hour on Tumblr: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com
The Bryan Awards on Tumblr: http://thebryanandsilvergarbage.tumblr.com
The DJBC Happy Hour on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o

# 141: The Sound of Philadelphia


59:28 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, some of the music from the artists associated with Philadelphia and its music history/scene.

SONGS:
"Open My Eyes" - Nazz
"Rock Around the Clock" - Bill Haley and the Comets
"Motownphilly" - Boyz II Men
"Girl, I Love You" - The Temptones
"For the Love of Money" - The O'Jays
"At the Hop" - Danny and the Juniors
"Bang the Drum All Day" - Todd Rundgren
"Me and Mrs. Jones" - Billy Paul
"Back Stabbers" - The O'Jays
"Fall in Philadelphia" - Hall & Oates
"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" - McFadden and Whitehead
"Just the Two of Us" - Bill Withers, with Grover Washington Jr. (on saxophone)
"The Girl from Ipanema" - Astrud Gilberto, with Stan Getz
"Goodbye Cruel World" - James Darren
"T.S.O.P./The Sound of Philadelphia" - MFSB

Philadelphia Music Links -->
Rock On Philly: http://rockonphilly.com/
Philadelphia Music Scene: http://philadelphia.thedelimagazine.com/
Music of Philadelphia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Philadelphia

# 142: Here's 2 The Ladies (More Songs About Women)


58:28 minutes (53.53 MB)

Tonight, the sequel to a show we did in March 2013, "Here's To The Ladies", with more songs about women.

SONG LIST:
"Here's To The Ladies" - Frankie Avalon
"Barbara Ann" - The Beach Boys
"Once In Love With Amy" - Ray Bolger
"Patricia" - Perez Prado
"Kind of Woman" - Jill Clayburgh
"Woman" - John Lennon
"What Will My Mary Say?" - Johnny Mathis
"Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" - Frank Sinatra
"Laura" - David Raksin and his Orchestra
"Karen" - The Beach Boys
"Sweet Caroline" - Neil Diamond
"Angela" - Bob James
"I'm Every Woman" - Whitney Houston
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret Avery
"Linda" - Ray Noble and His Orchestra; Buddy Clark (Vocals)
"Julia" - The Beatles
"You Don't Own Me" (In Memoriam - Lesley Gore)

International Women's Day is this Saturday at Monaco's Palace (4555 Cleveland Ave., Northland). For more information, go here: http://ow.ly/JLgMl. If you don't drive, take Line # 1 up there.

There is also a B.R.A.V.E. (Being Radically Authentic & Vocally Expressive) Art Show this month, with receptions at FIVE Locations on Thursday:
- The Cultural Arts Center (139 W. Main St., Downtown; There will be a talk at Conversations and Coffee on Thursday March 26 at Noon on this exhibit)
- The MAC/Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center (777 Evening St., Worthington; next to Thomas Worthington High School)
- Zen Cha Tea Salon (at both their Downtown/Gay Street and Short North Locations)
- The King Arts Complex (867 Mount Vernon Avenue, King-Lincoln District)

# 143: Networking 111: The Accidental Volunteer


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight on the show, why volunteer? Why give back? The DJBC talks about community service in his uncanny volunteer resume.

And if YOU want to be a part of it all here on WCRS, click on this link: http://www.wcrsfm.org/volunteer

SONG LIST:
"Volunteers" - Jefferson Airplane
"The Stranger" - Billy Joel
"The Taxman" - The Beatles
"Give A Little Bit" - Supertramp

# 40 - St. Patrick's Day in Dublin (The DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:41 minutes (54.64 MB)

# 144: The Kentucky Fried Radio III


59:10 minutes (54.18 MB)

In this broadcast:
- "Fun With AdvoCare" is a parody of the "Fun With Flags" vlogcast from the TV sitcom "The Big Bang Theory", poking fun at B*ckeye QB Braxton Miller's Instagram party foul.
- "Coming Soon" previews "Foodie Wars" (a "Hunger Games"-type movie) and "Undisputed", a film about the 2014 B*ckeye National Championship run (that soon)
- A parody of our brother WCRS program "Sports Unfiltered".
- Plus more

EVENTS:
- Earth Day (April 18-25; Celebration at Columbus Commons on April 25; http://www.earthdaycolumbus.org)
- Candidates' Night (April 14 at 6PM; The Neighborhood House: 1000 Atcheson St., King-Lincoln)
- Smart City Reception III (April 16 at 5:30PM; The Columbus Museum of Art; 480 E. Broad St., Discovery District; RSVP by Friday April 10)
- B.R.A.V.E. Exhibition (until April 19; King Arts Complex: 867 Mount Vernon Avenue, King-Lincoln and McConnell Arts Center: 777 Evening St., Worthington; as mentioned in Show # 142)
- Gallery Hop (April 4)
- Refer to March/April Networking Calendar on http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com for April Networking Events

VOTE:
- Columbus Monthly Best of Columbus (until April 10)
WCRS-FM (write-in option/"Other") for Favorite Radio Station

- (614) Magazine ColumBEST Awards (until March 31)
WCRS-FM (write-in) for Radio Station
DJBC or Bryan (either one as a write-in), DJBC Adventures (write-in), Best Local Blogger

# 36A: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast" (Part 1 of 2)


58:41 minutes (53.73 MB)

Tonight on the Show, # 36A: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast", originally broadcast on January 30, 2012.

# 36B: "Columbus: 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast" (Part 2 of 2)


58:34 minutes (53.63 MB)

In the conclusion of "Columbus 1812-2012, A Bicentennial Roast", a look on the events that took place during Bicentennial Weekend (February 10-14, 2012) in Columbus. Also discussed, the "Friday Night Massacre", and more Columbus history.

# 145: Happy 4th Birthday, The DJBC Happy Hour Turns Four


59:18 minutes (54.3 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC celebrates four years with "The State of the Show" in the "Last Call" segment. The show begins with an array of news topics.

The Weekend Warrior talks about some of the events around town this week.

The Daytime Emmy Awards are previewed, with predictions as to who will win some of the big races.

# 146: The Stan Freberg Memorial Happy Hour


59:13 minutes (54.22 MB)

Tonight on the show, some satire sketches of the late satirist, Stan Freberg (1926-2015), who passed away earlier this month.

# 147 - Networking 112, "You're Hired, Now What?"


58:38 minutes (53.68 MB)

Tonight on the show, you got the job, and how should you adapt to your new job? Find out tonight.

SONG LIST:
"Work to Do" - Average White Band
"Where Do I Begin?" - Andy Williams
"The Amazing Journey" - The Who
"Is That All There Is?" - Peggy Lee

# 148A - The 1975: The Music and Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


58:40 minutes (53.72 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court. A B*ckeye running back won not one, but TWO Heismans.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete.

SONG LIST (For Hour 1):
"Love Will Keep Us Together" - Neil Sedaka
"Ease On Down The Road" - The Wiz
"He's the Wizard" - The Wiz
"All That Jazz" - Chicago
"What I Did For Love" - A Chorus Line
"Sky High" - Jigsaw
"Nights on Broadway" - The Bee Gees
"Wildfire" - Michael Martin Murphey
"I'm Not In Love" - 10CC
"Rhiannon" - Fleetwood Mac
"Dance With Me" - Orleans
"Poetry Man" - Phoebe Snow
"Rhinestone Cowboy" - Glen Campbell
"Lady" - Styx

What songs were popular in 1975? Well...
Billboard Hot 100 (1975): https://www.billboard.com/archive/charts/1975/hot-100
Top 100 Songs of 1975 per Billboard: http://www.bobborst.com/popculture/top-100-songs-of-the-year/?year=1975

# 148: 1975: The Music and Headlines (FULL TWO-HOUR SHOW)


2:00:54 minutes (110.7 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court. A B*ckeye running back won not one, but TWO Heismans.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete.

SONG LIST:
"Love Will Keep Us Together" - Neil Sedaka
"Ease On Down The Road" - The Wiz
"He's the Wizard" - The Wiz
"All That Jazz" - Chicago
"What I Did For Love" - A Chorus Line
"Sky High" - Jigsaw
"Nights on Broadway" - The Bee Gees
"Wildfire" - Michael Martin Murphey
"I'm Not In Love" - 10CC
"The Way I Want To Touch You" - The Captain & Tenille
"Rhiannon" - Fleetwood Mac
"Dance With Me" - Orleans
"Poetry Man" - Phoebe Snow
"Rhinestone Cowboy" - Glen Campbell
"Lady" - Styx
"The Hustle" - Van McCoy
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

#SummerInTheCity15 Promo (The DJBC Happy Hour) - to JUNE 1st, 2015


0:40 minutes (631.47 KB)

Promo for the June 1, 2015 "The DJBC Happy Hour".

Tweet or post on Facebook using #SummerInTheCity15 (or #SummerInTheCBus15) (along with #lifeincbus).

# 148B - The 1975: The Music and Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

Tonight, we're headed back in time 40 years to 1975. The Vietnam War came to an anti-climactic end as Saigon fell to the Communists. The men behind the Watergate Scandal had their day in court.

Movies included "Jaws", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and "Barry Lyndon". New television shows included "Wheel of Fortune", "The Jeffersons", "Barney Miller", "Starsky and Hutch", "Welcome Back, Kotter", "Ryan's Hope", "Good Morning America", and "Saturday Night Live".

The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. UCLA won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The Oklahoma Sooners won the National Championship in Football.

Here at home, Mayor Tom Moody (R) won re-election as Mayor of Columbus. Linden McKinley's Panthers won the Class AAA Boys Basketball Championship. The West High Cowboys won the Class AAA Baseball Championship. Interstate 270 was finally complete. Woody Hayes was named Associated Press Coach of the Year, while Archie Griffin picked up his Second Heisman Trophy.

SONG LIST:
"I Hope I Get It" - A Chorus Line
"Saturday Night Live Theme Song" - TeeVee Toons
"Ellery Queen Theme Song" - Elmer Bernstein
"Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"Movin' On Up" - Ja'Net DuBois
"Barney Miller Theme Song" - Jack Elliot & Allyn Ferguson
"Mamma Mia" - ABBA
"Pick Up the Pieces" - Average White Band
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" - WAR
"Fame" - David Bowie
"Philadelphia Freedom" - Elton John
"Laughter in the Rain" - Neil Sedaka
"Fallin' in Love" - Hamilton, Joe, Frank, and Reynolds
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

# 29: I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For....


58:49 minutes (53.84 MB)

Tonight, a re-broadcast of Show # 29, "I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For...." (Originally Broadcast: November 21, 2011), which started a new tradition on WCRS, shaming the Ohio B*ckeyes. 2011 was a down year for Ohio, having lost their quarterback and head coach to a cash and memorabilia for tattoos scandal, and saw big players suspended for several games, including their star receiver, who sat out TEN games, for their roles in Tattoogate. Michigan was returning to its former glory under first-year coach Brady Hoke, and favored to beat Ohio for the first time since 2004. Michigan would go on to hold off Ohio with a Courtney Avery interception with 39 seconds left, as Michigan beat Ohio for the first time since 2003, 40-34.

Tonight's show previews that glorious moment in all of college sports, with a Scooby Doo-type spoof, plus celebrity chefs sharing their own Game Day recipes for the B*ckeyes.

SONG LIST:
"I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For" - Bing Crosby
"The Thing" - Phil Harris
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"Hawaiian War Chant" - The Muppets
"Temptation" - Perry Como

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The DJBC Happy Hour will celebrate THE Game on November 16 & 23, 2015

B*CKEYE SCHEDULE (2015):
Sept. 7 - at Virginia Tech
Sept. 12 - HAWAII (Book Em' Danno) FIVE-O
Sept. 19 - NORTHERN "Not Columbus State" ILLINOIS
Sept. 26 - WESTERN "Not University of Phoenix" MICHIGAN
Oct. 3 - @ Indiana
Oct. 10 - MARYLAND
Oct. 17 - PENN STATE
Oct. 24 - @ Rutgers
Oct. 31 - BYE WEEK (where they will scrimmage the UAB Blazers)
Nov. 3 - DON'T FORGET TO VOTE!!!!
Nov. 7 - MINNESOTA
Nov. 14 - @ Illinois
Nov. 16 - Listen to the DJBC Happy Hour
Nov. 21 - THE LITTLE BROTHERS (Senior Day)
Nov. 23 - Listen to the DJBC Happy Hour...Again
Nov. 28 - at Michigan (LOSS)
Dec. 5 - B1G CHUMPIONSHIP GAME (because they're Ohio, and somehow they'll pull a rabbit out of Brutus T. B*ckeye)

# 149: #SummerInTheCity15


59:35 minutes (54.56 MB)

Tonight on the Show, a preview of most of the Summer Happenings around town.

The Memorial Tournament (THIS WEEK; http://www.thememorialtournament.com)
Columbus Arts Festival (June 12-14; http://www.columbusartsfestival.org)
Park Street Festival (June 12 & 13; http://www.parkstreetfest.com)
Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival (June 19-21; http://www.creeksidebluesandjazz.com)
Pride Festival/Parade (June 19-21; http://www.columbuspride.org)
ComFest (June 26-28; http://www.comfest.com)
Franklin County Fair (July 18-25; http://www.fcfair.org)
Ohio State Fair (July 29-August 9; http://www.ohiostatefair.com)
Hot Times Festival (September 11-13; http://www.hottimesfestival.com)
Independent's Day (September 19 & 20; http://www.thisisindependent.com)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 150 (Part 1 of 2)


59:45 minutes (54.7 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 150 (The Full Two Hour Show)


2:01:30 minutes (111.25 MB)

Tonight, we boogie on the dance floor for two hours to celebrate 150 "The DJBC Happy Hour" shows.

PLAYLIST:
(Hour 1)
"Disco Heat" - Sylvester
"You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" - Sylvester
"Could It Be Magic" - Donna Summer
"Fly Robin Fly" - Silver Connection
"Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band" - Meco
"Nice and Nasty" - The Salsoul Orchestra
"Sunny" - Boney M
"Come to Me" - France Joli
"Got To Give It Up (Part 1 only)" - Marvin Gaye
"Fame" - David Bowie
Theme from "CHiPs" - Corniche
"Don't Turn Away" - Midnite Flite

(Hour 2)
"The Hustle" - Lawrence Welk
"Boogie Nights" - Heatwave
"1979 (It's Dancing Time)" - Revanche
"Music Man" - Revanche
"Manhattan Skyline" - David Shire
"Open Sesame" - Kool and the Gang
"Dancing Queen" - ABBA
"Take a Chance on Me" - ABBA
"Livin' It Up (Friday Night)" - Bell and James
"Love Hangover" - Diana Ross
"Miss You" - The Rolling Stones
"Makin' It" - David Naughton
"Different Worlds" - Maureen McGovern
"Last Dance" - Donna Summer

# 151: The (615) Music City Happy Hour


59:18 minutes (54.3 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Show # 150 (Part 2 of 2)


58:59 minutes (54.01 MB)

The second hour of the show's 150th episode (Originally aired on June 8, 2015; and uploaded on June 10, 2015)

SONG LIST:
(Hour 2)
"The Hustle" - Lawrence Welk
"Boogie Nights" - Heatwave
"1979 (It's Dancing Time)" - Revanche
"Music Man" - Revanche
"Manhattan Skyline" - David Shire
"Open Sesame" - Kool and the Gang
"Dancing Queen" - ABBA
"Take a Chance on Me" - ABBA
"Livin' It Up (Friday Night)" - Bell and James
"Love Hangover" - Diana Ross
"Miss You" - The Rolling Stones
"Makin' It" - David Naughton
"Last Dance" - Donna Summer

# 152: Peace, Love, and the Fourth of July


59:38 minutes (54.61 MB)

Tonight on the Show,

Parades and Fireworks on the Fourth of July near you. http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/122423480953/fourth-of-july-in-cen...

In the opening segment, the DJBC tackles three big headlines since he was gone on vacation - two of which were featured on other shows.

SONG LIST:
"Spirit of '76" - Stan Freberg
"Fireworks" - Schoolhouse Rock
"I Love America" - Patrick Juvet
"I Am The United States" - Aladdin
"The President Kennedy March" - Lawrence Welk
"1776 Finale" - 1776 Cast

FIREWORKS MIX:
Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix
Only in America - Brooks & Dunn
Song of Freedom - Bing Crosby
State of Independence - Donna Summer
Grand Old Flag - James Cagney/Yankee Doodle Dandy
Hail to the Victors - University of Michigan Marching Band
America - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
I Love America - Patrick Juvet
The House I Live In - Frank Sinatra
(Clip from Mr. Smith Goes to Washington/Democracy Now)
Battle Hymn of the Republic - Lawrence Welk
Freedom Isn't Free - Team America: World Police
America the Beautiful - Frank Sinatra
America the Beautiful - Mitt Romney
America the Beautiful - Ray Charles
Pledge of Allegiance - Red Skelton
America (Redacted) Yeah - Team America: World Police (NOTE: Clip has been censored by the production staff of this show)
The Egg - 1776 Original Broadway Cast
Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix

# 153: The 15th Annual Bryan Award Nominations


59:02 minutes (54.05 MB)

Tonight on the show, the nominees for the 15th Annual Bryan Awards. Which of your favorite TV shows and stars will get nominated? Find out tonight.

# 154: 1955 - Music (& Headlines)


59:12 minutes (54.21 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're traveling back to 1955, with some of the songs from that year.

SONG LIST:
"Rock Around the Clock" - Bill Haley and the Comets
"Only You" - The Platters
"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" - Perez Prado
"Wake the Town and Tell The People" - Les Baxter
"Autumn Leaves" - Roger Williams
"Mr. Sandman" - The Chordettes
"Love and Marriage" - Dinah Shore
"Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" - The Four Aces
"The Rock and Roll Waltz" - Kay Starr
"Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford
"Unchained Melody" - Al Hibbler
"The Ballad of Davy Crockett" - Bill Hayes
"The Man With The Golden Arm" - Richard Maltby
"Sincerely" - The McGuire Sisters
"Earth Angel" - The Penguins
"I'm A Man" - Bo Diddley
"Blue Star (Theme from 'Medic')" - Victor Young
"Yellow Rose of Texas" - Stan Freberg
"Whatever Lola Wants" - Les Baxter
"Melody of Love" - Billy Vaughn

1955, The People's History: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1955.html
1955 in Television: http://fifties1950s.com/1955tv.htm
1955 Tidbits: http://thepeoplehistory.blogspot.com/2007/10/air-pollution-control-act.html
1955 in Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/libbyandbbonnie/the-year-1955/
1955 from Info "NOT A SOURCE" Please: http://www.infoplease.com/year/1955.html

# 155: Christmas Specials in July


59:40 minutes (54.64 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Christmas Specials in July - music from Christmas Specials, plus talk on Christmas Specials. What are your favorite Holiday Specials? (Follow along on http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o, with the Hashtag #ChristmasInJuly)

LINKS:
Christmas TV History: http://www.christmastvhistory.com
2014 Christmas TV Party: http://www.christmastvhistory.com/2014/08/christmas-tv-party-2014-summar...
2015 Christmas TV Party: http://www.christmastvhistory.com/2015/06/christmas-in-july-christmas-tv... (a certain someone will be # 27, if you catch my drift)
Nerve's 50 Ranked Holiday Episodes: http://www.nerve.com/entertainment/ranked/ranked-the-50-best-christmas-t... (NOTE: Nerve's Website may not be NSFW, to give you guys a warning; but this page should be OK)
19 Holiday Episodes (Huffington Post): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/17/best-holiday-episodes_n_4428533...
Best Holiday Episodes Ever (Hello Giggles): http://hellogiggles.com/happy-chrismukkah-the-best-tv-holiday-episodes-e...
Thanksgiving Episodes: http://news.moviefone.com/2014/11/25/greatest-thanksgiving-tv-episodes-e...

SONG LIST (Coming Soon):
"The Christmas Spirit" - The Stingiest Man in Town (1956 live action version; later revised in a 1978 Rankin/Bass animated special)
"Christmas Time Is Here" - Vince Guaraldi; A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
"The First Toymaker to the King" - Joanna Gardner ("Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"; 1970)
"Mr. Heatmiser" - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (from "The Year Without a Santa Claus", 1974)
"No More Toymakers to the King" - Paul Frees (also from "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town". 1970)
"An Old-Fashioned Christmas" - Johnny Desmond ("The Stingiest Man in Town"; 1956)
"We're a Couple of Misfits" - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
"Thanksgiving Theme" - Vince Guaraldi ("A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving", 1973)

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


59:54 minutes (54.86 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
"Shout" - Tears for Fears
"We Built This City" - Jefferson Airplane Starship
"Don't You Forget About Me" - Simple Minds
"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
"Neutron Dance" - The Pointer Sisters
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret "Shug" Avery
"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
"Miami Vice" Theme - Jan Hammer
"Moonlighting" Theme - Al Jarreau
"According to Our New Arrivals" - Leon Redbone
"A View to Kill" - Duran Duran
"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits

1985 (The People's History): http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1985.html#events
1985 (Spiffy): http://www.spiffy-entertainment.com/1985mem.html
1985 (In the '80s): http://www.inthe80s.com/time1985.shtml
1985 (1980s Flashback): http://www.1980sflashback.com/1985/news.asp
1985 in College Football: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1985_NCAA_Division_I-A_football_season
Ohio State/Michigan 1985 Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rql3xD3gO0o

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


59:28 minutes (54.45 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion. Magic's Lakers beat Larry's Celtics in the NBA Finals in six games, and "That Team Up North" beat the B*ckeyes in the Big House, after the B*ckeyes got upset by Wisconsin, following an upset of # 1-ranked Iowa at the Shoe. The Columbus Citizen-Journal Newspaper was laid to rest, after attempts to buy the fledgling newspaper came up millions of dollars short.

SONG LIST:
(Hour 2)
"Take On Me" - A Ha
"Rhythm of the Night" - DeBarge
"You Spin Me (Like a Record)" - Dead or Alive
"Everybody Wants To Rule The World" - Tears for Fears
"Easy Lover" - Phil Collins & Philip Bailey
"Obsession" - Animotion
"Turn Up The Radio" - Autograph
"Man In Motion" - John Parr
"Smooth Operator" - Sade
"Living In America" - James Brown
"We Are The World" - USA for Africa (a.k.a. Pick an a-list musical artist that was VERY popular in 1985, and chances were that they volunteered themselves for duty for this Award-winning, fund-raising song, which raised $ 50 million for famine relief in Ethiopia)

# 156: 1985, The Music and Headlines (Full Two Hours)


2:02:41 minutes (112.32 MB)

# 124: The News of the Day (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:31 minutes (54.5 MB)

Tonight is a re-broadcast of # 124: "The News of the Day" (originally broadcast on October 6, 2014).

In tonight's show...
What the hell is going on in Ann Arbor with the Michigan football program? What can be the remedy to this problem?

Plus, other headlines of the week (from Early October)...

It's only 18 Days until A New Era Begins in Ann Arbor (but on the road in Salt Lake City), and only 22 Days until the Champs go down shorthanded (no pun intended) in Blacksburg!

# 153: The 15th Annual Bryan Award Nominations (DJBC Happy Hour Encore)


57:16 minutes (52.43 MB)

# 131 (Classic): "Urban Fiction: Keep Calm and Fire Hoke"


57:37 minutes (52.76 MB)

Tonight on the show, a classic episode. Episode # 131, "Urban Fiction: Keep Calm and Fire Hoke" (November 24, 2014). In the show, the DJBC talks about Thanksgiving, and previews the 111th meeting between those B*ckeyes and Michigan, and why it could be the end for Brady Hoke. In a special intro and outro, the Virginia Tech game (which hopefully all of you are watching tonight at 8).

Donate to WCRS: http://www.wcrsfm.org/donate

# 157: Emmys Unfiltered


59:35 minutes (54.55 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Emmys. Who will win and who will lose on Emmy night? HBO won 29 Emmys at the Creative Arts Emmys last Saturday, with Game of Thrones winning eight of them, needing only one win to tie the record set by The West Wing in 2000, and two to set a new record, on Sunday night. Mad Men can be alone on top of the Drama mountain with a record-setting fifth Drama Series win on Sunday night. Game of Thrones leads overall with 24 nominations, more than twice as many as the new two shows apiece, House of Cards and Mad Men, which both got 11 nods each. Modern Family is vying for a record-setting sixth Comedy Series Emmy, and standing in the way are (besides a lack of Writing and Directing nods for the five-time defending Comedy Champs) Veep (in a Presidential Election Cycle already forming) and the new kid on the online block, Transparent, with nine and 11 nominations, respectively.

The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air Sunday night at 8PM (after the Cowboys/Eagles game) on Fox, hosted by Andy Samberg.

PREDICTIONS (for Telecast Categories on September 20):
Comedy Series: Veep
Drama Series: Mad Men
Limited Series: Olive Kitteridge
Variety/Talk: The Late Show with David Letterman
Variety/Sketch: Inside Amy Schumer
Reality-Competition: The Amazing Race
Lead Actor, Comedy: Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent
Lead Actress, Comedy: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Supporting Actor, Comedy: Tituss Burgess, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Supporting Actress, Comedy: Allison Janney, Mom
Writing, Comedy: "Alive in Phoenix", Last Man on Earth
Directing, Comedy: "Alive in Phoenix", Last Man on Earth
Lead Actor, Drama: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Lead Actress, Drama: Viola Davis, How To Get Away With Murder
Supporting Actor, Drama: Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul
Supporting Actress, Drama: Lena Headey, Game of Thrones
Writing, Drama: "Person to Person", Mad Men
Directing, Drama: "Mother's Mercy", Game of Thrones

# 158: The DJBC Oktoberfest Happy Hour


59:25 minutes (54.4 MB)

Tonight on the show, music with German roots/culture.

Oktoberfest Columbus: Friday-Sunday September 25-27 at the Ohio Expo Center/Ohio State Fairgrounds (http://www.columbusoktoberfest.com)

PLAYLIST:
Coming Soon

# 159: Autumn, The Center of Our Universe


59:10 minutes (54.18 MB)

Tonight on the show, recaps of the Emmys, and the B*ckeye struggles against Northern Illinois, a team that the B*ckeyes should have clobbered, but didn't. Plus, the show opens with Neil DeGrasse Tyson exploring the role that Autumn plays.

SONG LIST:
"Moondance" - Van Morrison
"Dancing in the Moonlight" - King Harvest
"California Dreamin'" - The Mamas and the Papas
"Autumn in New York"

# 160: 1965: The Music and Headlines


58:28 minutes (53.53 MB)

Tonight on the show, some of the music from 1965, one of the most turbulent years in American history, as the carefree 1950s, made way for the turbulent 1960s.

SONG LIST:
"Help!" - The Beatles
"Stop! In The Name of Love" - The Supremes
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"This Diamond Ring" - Gary Lewis and the Playboys
"Eve of Destruction" - Barry McGuire
"A Walk In The Black Forest" - Horst Jankowski
"Michelle" - The Beatles
"I Got You Babe" - Sonny and Cher
"Ain't That Peculiar" - Marvin Gaye
Suite from Dr. Zhivago - MGM Studio Orchestra
"So Long, Farewell" - The Von Trapp Kids/The Sound of Music
"Yesterday" - The Beatles

Rock & Roll Shows of 1965: http://metv.com/lists/shindig-shivaree-hullabaloo-and-the-great-rock-rol...
Columbus City School District in 1965: http://digital-collections.columbuslibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/maps/i...
1965 (Mr. Pop Culture): http://www.mrpopculture.com/1965
Headlines of 1965: http://www.the60sofficialsite.com/The_Headlines_of_1965.html
Subterranean Homesick Blues (Cue Cards): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67u2fmYz7S4
1965 (The People's History): http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1965.html
Sports in 1965: https://www.usi.edu/1965/retro/sports.asp

# 160-B: 1965: Music (NO Headlines) - Bonus Hour


1:02:53 minutes (57.58 MB)

Tonight, more songs from 1965.

SONG LIST:
"Subterranean Homesick Blues" - Bob Dylan
"The Shadow of Your Smile" - Astrud Gilberto
"In My Life" - The Beatles
"Downtown" - Petula Clark
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" - The Righteous Brothers
"Beggin'" - The Four Seasons
"What's New, Pussycat?" - Tom Jones
"The Ballad of Cat Ballou" - Nat King Cole & Stubby Kaye
"We Can Work It Out" - The Beatles
"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" - The Animals
"The 'In' Crowd" - The Ramsey Lewis Trio
"Wait Till We're Sixty-Five" - William Daniels
"The Spanish Flea" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
"Houston" - Dean Martin
"Crying in the Chapel" - Elvis Presley
"Ticket to Ride" - The Beatles
"Edelweiss" - The Sound of Music
"It Was A Very Good Year" - Frank Sinatra
"(To Everything, There Is A Season) Turn, Turn, Turn" - The Byrds

Top 100 Songs from 1965: http://www.musicoutfitters.com/topsongs/1965.htm
Top Grossing Films from 1965: http://www.listal.com/list/top-grossing-films-1965
Top TV Shows in 1965 and their Opening Themes: http://kearth101.cbslocal.com/2011/04/26/top-tv-shows-amp-their-opening-...
1965 TV Intros: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVH2ALDfkEc
1965 TV Intros, II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGHuGVE8dpw
1965 TV Intros, III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-KZZ0ZHbmI
50 Years Ago (from The Atlantic): http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2015/03/50-years-ago-a-look-back-at-196...

# 161: Halloween Show V


59:08 minutes (54.15 MB)

Tonight on the show, Halloween events near you, plus Beggar's Night. And Halloween songs, from Ghostbusters, to Thriller, to The Time Warp.

BEGGAR'S NIGHT:
(October 29)
5:30-7PM: Bexley, Granville, Groveport, Heath, Hebron, Newark
5:30-7:30PM: Canal Winchester, Madison Township, B*ckeye Lake
6-7:30PM: Johnstown, Lancaster, Lithopolis, Baltimore (OH), Hartford (OH), Lockbourne
6-8PM: Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, Grandview Heights, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Reynoldsburg, Whitehall, Hilliard, London, New Albany, Shawnee Hills, West Jefferson, Plain City, Obetz, Orange Township (Delaware County), Clinton/Hamilton/Jefferson/Blendon/Norwich/Mifflin/Perry/Plain/Sharon/Prairie Townships (Franklin County), Violet Township (Fairfield County)
6:30-8:30PM: Minerva Park

(October 30)
6-7PM: Brice
6-7:15PM: Galena

(October 31)
4-6PM: Logan Elm Village, Circleville
5:30-7:30PM: Pataskala, Etna Township
6-8PM: Delaware, Genoa Township, Marysville, Powell, Riverlea & Worthington, Sunbury

HALLOWEEN EVENTS:
October 9: Harvest Festival, Bexley (Jeffrey Park: 165 N. Parkview Ave.)
October 11: Fall Harvest Fair, Upper Arlington (Fancyburg Park: 3375 Kioka Ave.)

October 15: Halloween Spooktacular, Dublin (Dublin Community Recreation Center: 5600 Post Road)
October 17: Monster Bash, German Village (21+ only)
October 17 & 24: All Hallow's Eve (Ohio History Center), Fairgrounds (800 E. 17th Ave./The Ohio Village)
October 18: Halloween Pet Parade, Easton
October 20-22: Haunted Forest, Upper Arlington (Grades 1-8) (Smith Nature Park; 1340 Fishinger Rd.)
October 21-24: Circleville Pumpkin Show, Circleville
October 23: Midnight Madness, (Uptown) Westerville (State Street between Park and Home Streets)
October 23-24: HighBall Columbus, The Short North (High Street between Nationwide Blvd. & Goodale St.)
October 25: Columbus Children's Theatre Park Street Open House, Arena District/Short North (512 N. Park St.)

# 162: The Frank Sinatra Centennial Happy Hour


59:53 minutes (54.82 MB)

Tonight on the show, 100 years of the Chairman of the Board, Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra (1915-1998), in song.

SONG LIST:
"Fly Me To The Moon" - Johnny Mathis
"All the Way" - Billie Holiday (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1958)
"New York, New York" - On the Town; 2014 Broadway Revival Cast (TONY NOMINEE - Best Musical Revival, 2015)
"I've Got the World on a String" - Nat King Cole
"The Way You Look Tonight" - Frank Sinatra (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1937)
"Night and Day" - Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66
"Love and Marriage" - Dinah Shore
"My Kind of Town (Chicago)" - Frank Sinatra (OSCAR NOMINEE - Best Original Song, 1965)
"High Hopes" - Doris Day (OSCAR WINNER - Best Original Song, 1960)
"Ciribiribirin" - Lawrence Welk, with Warren Luening on trumpet
"Old Devil Moon" - Jo Stafford
"Strangers in the Night" - Cake
"Something Stupid" - Frank & Nancy Sinatra
"Something" - The Beatles
"That's Life" - Frank Sinatra
"My Way" - Frank Sinatra

MUSIC BEDS:
"Fly Me To The Moon" - Joe Harnell
"The Man With The Golden Gun/Frankie Machine" - Elmer Bernstein

# 163: Networking 101 Midterm Exam - The Best of Networking 101


1:00:15 minutes (55.16 MB)

# 164: 1990: Music and (Almost No) Headlines


1:00:18 minutes (55.21 MB)

1990. A great year for Nelson Mandela, the Cincinnati Reds, UNLV Basketball, the Detroit Pistons, David Dinkins, and Germany. Not a great year if you were the Cleveland Browns, the Iron Lady (Margaret Thatcher), the Ohio State B*ckeyes, Marion Berry, or Milli Vanilli.

HEADLINES:
- David Dinkins is sworn in as the first Black mayor of New York City.
- Douglas Wilder of Virginia becomes the first African-American governor of any state.
- George V. Voinovich (R) is elected Governor of Ohio.
- Saddam Hussein orders Iraq to invade Kuwait, leading to the Gulf War.
- East and West Germany are re-unified. The Berlin Wall demolition officially begins.
- British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher resigns.
- Nelson Mandela is freed from prison after over 27 years in prison.
- Lech Walesa is elected President of Poland.
- The Hubble Space Telescope is launched.
- President Bush signs the Clean Air Act.
- The U.S. hits a major recession.
- OUT: "X" Rating; IN: "NC-17" Rating

SONG LIST:
"Back on the Block" - Quincy Jones, et al. (1991 Grammy Winner: Album of the Year for 1990)
"Ice Ice Baby" - Vanilla Ice (with the bass line plagiarised from Queen & David Bowie's collaboration "Under Pressure")
"Blame It On The Rain" - Milli Vanilli
"Hold On" - Wilson Phillips
"We Didn't Start the Fire" - Billy Joel
"Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
"Under the Gun" - Randy Newman
"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" - DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
"U Can't Touch This" - MC Hammer (with bass line borrowed from Rick James' "Superfreak")
"The John Dunbar Theme (from Dances with Wolves)" - John Barry (1991 Academy Award Winner - Best Picture of 1990, Best Director for Kevin Costner; Best Original Score for Barry)
"Everybody Dance Now" - C.C. and the Music Factory
"Unchained Melody" - The Righteous Brothers (recorded in 1965, but charted in 1990, thanks to the film "Ghost")
"Vogue" - Madonna

CHAMPIONS:

# 165: Thanksgiving V: The War on Thanksgiving


59:50 minutes (54.79 MB)

Tonight on the show, the "War on Thanksgiving", as retailers try to salvage the Thanksgiving holiday, the war vs. Black Friday drudges forward. Plus, Thanksgiving the "Foodie" holiday. A dual preview of the "Little Brothers" vs. Ohio game on Saturday at the Shoe, and Michigan/Penn State game, both of which air locally on Saturday on WSYX ABC-6 at 3:30PM and High Noon Eastern, respectively.

WEEKEND EVENTS (on the Show):
- Short North Tree Lighting [November 20; 6PM; Short North Arts District: Victorian Gateway and Greenwood Park; COTA - Lines 2, 5, 7 (to Buttles Avenue), 8, 21 (after 7:30PM), and CBUS]
- Easton Tree Lighting [November 20; 6PM; Easton Town Square; COTA - Line 95 (closest line), plus Lines 16 & 92]
- Delaware Christmas Parade [November 22; 3PM; Downtown Delaware]
- Gahanna Holiday Lights Parade & Tree Lighting [November 22; Activities at 3PM, Parade at Dusk; Creekside Park, Gahanna; COTA - Line 89, 5-15 minute walk from Hamilton Road]
- Olde Worthington Open House/Tree Lighting [November 29; Noon-5PM, High Street, between South Street and Stafford Avenue, Olde Worthington; COTA - Line 2N]
- State Auto Nativity Lighting [December 3; 5:30PM: State Auto, 518 E. Broad St., Discovery District; COTA - Line 10]
- The Grand Illumination Ceremony [December 4; 5PM: Scioto Mile/Columbus Commons]

SONG LIST:
"Under Paris Skies" - Andy Williams
"I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For" - Bing Crosby
"Turkey Lurkey Time" - Promises, Promises (1968 Original Broadway Cast)
"A Fact Can Be A Beautiful Thing" - Marian Mercer & Jerry Orbach (also from the 1968 Promises, Promises soundtrack)
"Neutron Dance" - TBDBITL
"Michigan State Fight Song" - Michigan State Marching Band

SHOW MUSIC BEDS:
Intro: "(Charlie Brown) Thanksgiving Theme" - Vince Guaraldi
Weekend Warrior: "Christmas In The City" - Marvin Gaye

# 166: Thanksgiving Show V: H4IL to the Victors Valiant

The DJBC Happy Hour is a weekly radio show on WCRS-FM, hosted by the DJBC himself. The show changes themes from week to week, keeping the show fresh, and the listeners on their toes.

59:48 minutes (54.75 MB)

Tonight on the show,

#TheGame: # 8-ranked Ohio State B*ckeyes (10-1, 6-1) travel to Ann Arbor to play # 12-ranked Michigan (9-2, 6-1) in the 112th edition of "The Rivalry". For the first time in 28 years, two coaches who know and deeply understand the importance of the rivalry take center stage.


Can Michigan beat Ohio, or will the B*cks make it 13 out of 15? Michigan is coming off a lackluster 28-16 win at Penn State, while Ohio's 23-game winning streak was snapped in a 17-14 loss to Michigan State.


- Since 1930, first-year Michigan coaches are 7-1 in "The Game": 2011 (40-34 win; Brady Hoke); 2008 (the one skidmark: a 42-7 Ohio thumping; R*ch R*dr*g**z); 1995 (31-23 win; Lloyd Carr, after Ohio receiver Terry Glenn talked smack); 1990 (16-13 win in Columbus; Gary Moeller); 1969 (24-12 - snapping Ohio's 22-game winning streak; "The Greatest College Football Team Ever Assembled" was Ohio in '69; Bo Schembechler); 1959 (23-14 win; Bump Elliott); 1948 (13-3 win; Bennie Oosterbaan; last outright UM National Championship); 1938 (18-0 win; Fritz Crisler).

- This is the first meeting where both teams are ranked in the AP Poll since 2012 (a 26-21 Ohio win in Columbus), and the Coaches' Poll since 2007 (a 14-3 Ohio win in Ann Arbor). The last Michigan win when both teams were ranked was 2003 (35-21 win; since then Ohio has gone 10-1).

- Jim Harbaugh was 2-0 as a starting quarterback (1985: a 27-17 win in Ann Arbor; 1986: "The Guarantee", a 26-24 win in Columbus) at Michigan, the latter game, Ohio Head Coach Urban Meyer was a graduate assistant under Earle Bruce.

- First game in "The Game" since 1987 (Earle Bruce & Bo Schembechler) with two coaches that understand the importance of this game.

- Since 1951, first-year Michigan coaches are 0-7 against Michigan State, but 5-1 against the B*ckeyes.

- No first-year Michigan coach has lost to the B*cks in Ann Arbor since 1929 (a 7-0 Ohio win).

# 155 - "Christmas Specials In July" (DJBC Happy Hour Classic)


59:40 minutes (54.63 MB)

Tonight, a re-broadcast of Show # 155, "Christmas Specials in July" (aired on July 27, 2015), with a special intro and outro.

Tonight on the Show, Christmas Specials in July - music from Christmas Specials, plus talk on Christmas Specials. What are your favorite Holiday Specials? (Follow along on http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o, with the Hashtag #ChristmasInJuly)

LINKS:
Christmas TV History: http://www.christmastvhistory.com

2014 Christmas TV Party: http://www.christmastvhistory.com/2014/08/christmas-tv-party-2014-summar...

2015 Christmas TV Party: http://www.christmastvhistory.com/2015/06/christmas-in-july-christmas-tv... (a certain someone will be # 27, if you catch my drift)

Nerve's 50 Ranked Holiday Episodes: http://www.nerve.com/entertainment/ranked/ranked-the-50-best-christmas-t... (NOTE: Nerve's Website may not be NSFW, to give you guys a warning; but this page should be OK)

19 Holiday Episodes (Huffington Post): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/17/best-holiday-episodes_n_4428533...

Best Holiday Episodes Ever (Hello Giggles): http://hellogiggles.com/happy-chrismukkah-the-best-tv-holiday-episodes-e...

Thanksgiving Episodes: http://news.moviefone.com/2014/11/25/greatest-thanksgiving-tv-episodes-e...

SONG LIST:
"The Christmas Spirit" - The Stingiest Man in Town (1956 live action version; later revised in a 1978 Rankin/Bass animated special)
"Christmas Time Is Here" - Vince Guaraldi; A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
"The First Toymaker to the King" - Joanna Gardner ("Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"; 1970)
"Mr. Heatmiser" - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (from "The Year Without a Santa Claus", 1974)
"No More Toymakers to the King" - Paul Frees (also from "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town". 1970)
"An Old-Fashioned Christmas" - Johnny Desmond ("The Stingiest Man in Town"; 1956)
"We're a Couple of Misfits" - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
"Thanksgiving Theme" - Vince Guaraldi ("A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving", 1973)

# 167: The DJBC Chrismukkah Happy Hour


59:49 minutes (54.77 MB)

Tonight on the show, it's time for Chrismukkah (Christmas and Hanukkah). Hanukkah songs, plus Christmas songs.

SONGS:
"Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah" - Glee
"My Favorite Things" - Barbra Streisand
"I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" - Carole King
"The Christmas Song" - Herb Alpert (and the Tijuana Brass)
"Baby, It's Cold Outside" - She & Him
"It's Christmas Time All Over the World" - Sammy Davis Jr.
"I've Got A Cold for Christmas" - The Three Stooges
"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" - Lester Lanin
"Carol of the Bells" - Carole King
"The Christmas Waltz" - Columbus's own Michael Feinstein
"Chanukah Prayer" - Carole King
"The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
"Carol of the Bells/Jingle Bells" - Barry Manilow
"Jingle Bell Rock" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
"Little Saint Nick" - She & Him
"All I Want For Christmas Is You" - Idina Menzel (and Kenny G)
"Chanukah Waltz" - Bela Fleck

# 168: Bah, Humbug! All About Scrooge


59:52 minutes (54.81 MB)

Tonight on the show, A Christmas Carol...in song. Songs from various adaptations of the 1843 Dickens Classic. Plus, Scrooge, "DJBC Style", with a classic 16-minute version of "A Christmas Carol", originally aired on WOBN-FM in 2008. Plus, A Christmas Carol around town.

Remaining A Christmas Carol events around town:
- Mr. Scrooge (Columbus Childrens Theatre; 512 N. Park St., Arena District; Thursday-Sunday; http://www.columbuschildrenstheatre.org)
- A Christmas Carol Community Reading (Wild Goose Creative: 2491 Summit St., Old North; Sunday; http://www.wildgoosecreative.com)
- Scrooge (Shadowbox Live: 503 S. Front St., Brewery District; next two Sundays; http://www.shadowboxlive.org)

# 169: The Santa Claus Show IV


1:00:07 minutes (55.04 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Santa Claus returns to The DJBC Happy Hour, with his Naughty & Nice List, plus plays a few songs, and throws in a few punchlines.

# 170: 2015: The Year That Was (In Headlines)


1:00:00 minutes (54.93 MB)

Tonight, a look back at some of the headlines from 2015. From the Black Lives Matter movement, to the Paris terrorist attacks, to the Columbus Mayoral Race, to Marriage Equality, headlines were buzzing in the old year. Plus, a preview of the "New Year's Six" Bowl Games and the Citrus Bowl.

# 171: The DJBC Happy Hour Best-In Show for 2015


59:41 minutes (54.64 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back on The DJBC Happy Hour in 2015. What were the 10 best shows of this show in the past year? Find out...tonight.

# 172: The DJBC Happy Hour Goes To the Movies 1601


59:57 minutes (54.89 MB)

Tonight on the show:
- A recap of the Golden Globes. Is this the year that Leonardo DiCaprio wins it all? Winners from TV and Film
- BAFTA & SAG Nominations
- Who are the last two in for Best Picture? Who are the first films out?

Plus, why the Bengals should fire Marvin Lewis.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR:
- Community Meeting (Thursday January 14, 6:15PM - Driving Park Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library: 1422 E. Livingston Ave., Driving Park)
- Six in the City (Thursday January 14, 5:30PM - Columbus Museum of Art: 480 E. Broad St., Discovery District)

# 138: The DJBC Big Easy Happy Hour (DJBC Classic)


59:54 minutes (54.84 MB)

# 173: Oscar Is Still So White and Unity Divides


59:03 minutes (54.06 MB)

# 174: The DJBC Super Bowl 50 Happy Hour


58:50 minutes (53.87 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers
- Greatest moments, halftime shows, and commercials

SONG LIST:
"Horizontal Hold" - Jack Trombey
"Viva La Vida" - Coldplay
"Don't Turn Away" - Midnite Flite
"(Original) Monday Night Football Theme" - Bob's Band

Super Bowl 50 between the Broncos and Panthers airs Sunday February 7 at 6PM on CBS.

# 175: Valentine's Day Eight-Track (Full, Extended Two-Hour Show)


2:00:25 minutes (110.25 MB)

Tonight, two hours of love songs from the 1970s, with artists ranging from Olivia Newton-John (& John Travolta), Perry Como, Paul Simon, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney, and others.

# 176: The DJBC Grammy Hour - Extended Two-Hour Show


2:00:46 minutes (110.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC Happy Hour talks about the 58th Annual Grammy Awards (which air February 15 at 8PM on CBS), and plays some past Grammy winners.

13 categories will air on the three and a half hour telecast on CBS: http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2016/02/15/what-to-expect-at-the-201...

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1, also airing at 8PM on WCRS-FM, 102.1 & 98.3)
"Theme from Peter Gunn" - Henry Mancini (The Very First Album of the Year Winner, "Theme from Peter Gunn", 1959)
"Back on the Block" - Quincy Jones (Album of the Year Winner, 1991)
"Still Crazy After All These Years" - Paul Simon (Album of the Year Winner, 1976)
"Blank Space" - Taylor Swift (Album of the Year Nominee Winner, "1989", 2016; Nominated for Song of the Year)
"Hello" - Adele (future Grammy Nominee from "25", 2017)
"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" - Roberta Flack (Record/Song of the Year Winner, 1973)
"Michelle" - The Beatles (Song of the Year Winner, 1967)
"A Taste of Honey" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass (Record of the Year Winner, 1966)
"Some Nights" - Fun. (Best New Artist, 2013)
"Ride Like the Wind" - Christopher Cross (Album of the Year, "Christopher Cross" and Best New Artist, 1981)
"That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" - Carly Simon (Best New Artist, 1972)
"A Whole New World" - Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle (Song of the Year, 1994)
(Bonus Podcast Only) "Sir Duke" - Stevie Wonder (Album of the Year, "Songs In The Key of Life", 1977)

HOUR # 2 (This Podcast ONLY)
"Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/With A Little Help From My Friends" - The Beatles (Album of the Year, "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", 1968)
"Time After Time" - Cyndi Lauper (Best New Artist, 1985)
"The Way It Is" - Bruce Hornsby (And the Range) (Best New Artist, 1987)
"The Cave" - Mumford and Sons (Album of the Year, "Babel", 2013)
"Somebody That I Used To Know" - Gotye, featuring Kimbra (Record of the Year, 2013)

# 177: The DJBC Academy Awards Show Happy Hour VI


58:55 minutes (53.95 MB)

The sixth annual DJBC Academy Awards Show on WCRS (if you don't include the 2010 late night stream, lol)...
- Oscar's Still White, plus why it wasn't thrilled about the use of its name for a certain product placement
- The Road to Oscar: BAFTA, SAG, Director's Guild, Writer's Guild
- The Razzies: Who will win?

DJBC Happy Hour Predictions:
Best Picture: The Revenant (Upset Pick: Spotlight; NOTE: If a film other than "Spotlight" or "The Big Short" wins Best Picture, it will be the first time in 20 years that the Best Picture winner wasn't nominated for Best Ensemble at the SAG Awards)
Actor: Um....yeah....Luke from the final season of "Growing Pains"
Actress: Brie Larson, Room
Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone, Creed
Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl
Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, The Revenant (he would be the first repeat winner in 65 year; Joseph L. Mankiewicz was the most recent, winning the first two Directing Oscars of the 1950s for "A Letter to Three Wives" and the co-most nominated film of all-time, "All About Eve")
Adapted Screenplay: The Big Short
Original Screenplay: Spotlight
Foreign Language Film: "Son of Saul" (Hungary)
Animated Feature: Inside/Out
Original Score: Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight
Original Song: "The Writing's On The Wall", Spectre

(Razzies)
Worst Picture: Pixels
Actor: Adam Sandler, The Cobbler/Pixels
Actress: Mila Kunis, Jupiter Ascending
Supporting Actor: Kevin James, Pixels
Supporting Actress: Kaley Cuoco, Chipmunks Movie/The Wedding Ringer
Director: The Wachowski Siblings, Jupiter Ascending
Screenplay: Pixels
Worst Screen Couple: Christian & Anna (Jamie Dornan & Dakota Johnson), 50 Shades of (Scarlet and) Gray
Worst Remake/Sequel: Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
Razzie Redeemer: Sylvester Stallone

OSCAR-THEMED EVENTS:
- Oscar Night (Wednesday at 7PM: Bexley Public Library: 2411 E. Main St., Bexley; http://www.bexleylibrary.org; COTA - # 2 East Main)

# 178: Leap Show


57:38 minutes (52.77 MB)

In the 2016 Winter Finale of the show:
- Democracy Now comes to Westerville
- What Is Play?
- The State of the City
- Plus a Visit from Leap Day William

SONG LIST:
"Side by Side/What Would We Do Without You?" - Company (1970 Original Broadway Cast)
"Adventure of a Lifetime" - Coldplay
"Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2" - Pink Floyd
"Soul Kitchen" - The Doors
"We'll Be Together Again" - Tony Bennett

# 01: New Beginnings (The DJBC Happy Hour WCRS Pilot)


58:15 minutes (53.33 MB)

The DJBC Happy Hour - Five Year Anniversary Special (FULL)


2:00:18 minutes (110.15 MB)

# 180: The DJBC Transit Happy Hour


59:52 minutes (54.82 MB)

Tonight on the show, The DJBC talks about the COTA Transit System Review, what is it, and what to expect. Plus, other happenings at COTA:
- The COTA AirConnect Line - which connects all of the Downtown Hotels to Port Columbus (launched May 2, 2016)
- Real-Time Tracking App for COTA (launches May 6, 2016)
- Levy Renewal on November Ballot
- Bus Rapid Transit on Cleveland Avenue from Downtown to Westerville (Coming January 2018!)

MORPC Commuter Challenge: http://morpc.org/commuterchallenge (June 1-30, 2016)
DJBC AfterHours: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/143770906949/the-djbc-afterhours-t...
Youth Beat Radio - "Get On The Bus": http://wcrsfm.org/content/get-bus-june-22-2015
Transit System Review: http://www.cota.com/TSR

SONG LIST:
"Double Dutch Bus" - Frankie Smith
"The Magic Bus" - The Who
"Trains and Boats and Planes" - Burt Bacharach
"Little Red Corvette" - Prince (RIP)
"The Trolley Song" - Judy Garland

# 181: Daytime Emmys, plus Tony "The Hamilton Show" Nominations


59:19 minutes (54.32 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC Happy Hour recaps the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, and breaks down the nominations for the 70th Annual Tony Awards. Hamilton leads ALL Broadway shows with a record 16 Nominations.

SELECT DAYTIME EMMY WINNERS:
Drama Series - General Hospital (ABC)
Actor - Tyler Christopher as Nikolas Cassidine, General Hospital (ABC)
Actress - Mary Beth Evans as Dr. Kayla Brady, Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Supporting Actor - Sean Blakemore as Shawn Butler, General Hospital (ABC)
Supporting Actress - Jessica Collins as Avery Bailey Clark, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Younger Actor - Bryan Craig as Morgan Corinthos, General Hospital (ABC)
Younger Actress - True O'Brien as Paige Larson, Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Guest Performer - Obba Babatunde as Julius Avant, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
Writing Team - The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
Directing Team - General Hospital (ABC)
Talk Show, Entertainment - The Talk (CBS)
Talk Show, Informative - The Chew (ABC)
Talk Show Host, Entertainment - Kelly Ripa & Michael Strahan, Live with Kelly and Michael (ABC/SYN)
Talk Show Host, Informative - Dr. Mehmet Oz, The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)
Game/Audience Participation Show - The Price is Right (CBS)
Game/Audience Participation Host - Craig Ferguson, Celebrity Name Game (SYN)
Morning Program - CBS Sunday Morning (CBS)
Entertainment News Program - Extra (Syndicated)
New Approaches (Online) Drama Series - The Bay (http://thebaytheseries.com)
Actress in a New Approaches Drama - Mary Beth Evans as Sara Garrett, The Bay
Actor in a New Approaches Drama - Kristos Andrews as Peter Garrett, The Bay

# 182: 1956 - Music and Headlines


58:30 minutes (53.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, we head back in the time machine to 1956.

SONG LIST:
Theme from Giant - Dimitri Tiomkin
Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley
Canadian Sunset - Hugo Winterhalter
Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
Que Sera Sera - Doris Day
True Love - Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly
Lisbon Antigua - Nelson Riddle
On The Street Where You Live - Vic Damone
Standing On The Corner - The Four Lads
The Flying Saucer - Buchanan & Goodman
Come Go With Me - The Del-Vikings
Allegheny Moon - Patti Page
Moonglow/Theme from Picnic - George Cates
Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
The Wayward Wind - Gogi Grant
Rock Island Line - Lonnie Donergan
Love Me Tender - Elvis Presley
The March of the Siamese Children - 20th Century Fox Orchestra/The King & I

LINKS:
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1956.html
http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1956.html
http://fiftiesweb.com/pop/sports-1956/
http://www.mrpopculture.com/1956

# 183: #SummerInTheCBus16


1:55:38 minutes (105.86 MB)

Tonight on the show, Summer in Central Ohio. What happenings are happening across town and in the suburbs? Use the hashtag #SummerInTheCBus16 on Social Media all summer long!

LINK: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/144810759988/summer-in-the-cbus-16...

SONG LIST:
"Summer In the City" - Lovin' Spoonful
"Summertime" - DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
"Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer" - Nat King Cole
"June Is Busting Out All Over" - Carousel (Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"A Summer Song" - Chad & Jeremy
"All Summer Long" - The Beach Boys
"Summer Breeze" - Seals and Crofts
"I Am The United States" - Aladdin
"Summer Wind" - Frank Sinatra

# 4: About Last Night on the National Road + The DJBC AfterHours (5/30/16)


58:07 minutes (53.2 MB)

# 184: 1966: Music and Headlines


1:59:40 minutes (109.57 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back in 1966 through song. What was going on around the world in 1966?

EMMYS:
Comedy: The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)
Actor: Dick Van Dyke, The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)
Actress: Mary Tyler Moore, The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS)
Supporting Actor: Don Knotts, The Andy Griffith Show (CBS)
Supporting Actress: Alice Pearce (posthumous), Bewitched (ABC)
Drama: The Fugitive (ABC)
Actor: Bill C*sb*, I Spy (NBC)
Actress: Barbara Stanwyck, The Big Valley (ABC)
Supporting Actor: James Daly, Eagle in a Cage - Hallmark Hall of Fame (NBC)
Supporting Actress: Lee Grant, Peyton Place (ABC)
Variety Series: The Andy Williams Show (NBC)
Children's Program: A Charlie Brown Christmas (CBS)

TONYS:
Play: Marat/Sade
Musical: Man of La Mancha

OSCARS (First broadcast in Color in 1966):
Best Picture: The Sound of Music
Actor: Lee Marvin, Cat Ballou
Actress: Julie Christie, Darling
Supporting Actor: Martin Balsam, A Thousand Clowns
Supporting Actress: Shelley Winters, A Patch of Blue
Director: Robert Wise, The Sound of Music
Original Song: "The Shadow of Your Smile", The Sandpiper
Foreign Language Film: The Shop on Main Street (Czechoslovakia)

GRAMMYS:
Record of The Year: "A Taste of Honey" - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Album of The Year: "September of My Years" - Frank Sinatra

SPORTS:
Local High School Champions: Bishop Watterson Eagles (Football, Ohio AP)
"The Game": Michigan (17-3 over the B*ckeyes in Columbus)
College Baseball: The Ohio S**** B*ckeyes
College Football: Notre Dame (AP)/Michigan State
AFL: Kansas City Chiefs
NFL: Green Bay Packers
NBA: Boston Celtics (eighth consecutive title)
MLB: Baltimore Orioles
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
World Cup: England
NCAA Basketball: Texas Western (first all-black starting lineup to win)
Kentucky Derby & Preakness: Kauai King
Heisman: Steve Spurrier, Quarterback (Florida Gators)
Master's: Jack Nicklaus

SONG LIST:
“When A Man Loves A Woman” - Percy Sledge

# 185: "Built to Lead, Called to Serve with Fireworks, Friends, and Freedom Because Love Wins"


2:00:18 minutes (110.14 MB)

Tonight on the show, Fireworks, Parades, Patriotism. It's July Fourth on "The DJBC Happy Hour".

PARADES (ALL are Monday July 4, unless noted):
BEXLEY: "Bexley Celebrates Team USA" - 9:30AM (Starts at Maryland Avenue Elementary: 2754 Maryland Ave., Bexley; http://www.bexley.org/fourth)
(Downtown) COLUMBUS: "Red, White, and Boom" - 6PM, Friday July 1 (Starts at West Main Street Bridge, Downtown; http://www.redwhiteandboom.org)
DUBLIN: "Punk, Funk, and Fireworks" - 11AM (Starts at Metro Place and Frantz Road, Dublin; http://dublinohiousa.gov)
GAHANNA: "Honor Our Veterans" - 10:30AM (Starts at Clark Hall - 380 Granville St., Gahanna; http://www.gahanna.gov)
GROVEPORT (Children's) - 9:30AM (Starts at Heritage Park - 551 Wirt Rd., Groveport; http://www.groveport.org)
GROVEPORT (Main Street) - 11AM (Starts at Glendening Elementary - 4200 Glendening Dr., Groveport; http://www.groveport.org)
HILLIARD: "Hilliard's Heroes" - 10AM (Starts at Franklin County Fairgrounds - 4100 Columbia St., Hilliard; http://www.hilliardohio.gov)
LEWIS CENTER/ORANGE TOWNSHIP - 10AM (Starts at Oak Creek Shopping Center - Powell Road & Polaris Parkway)
NEW ALBANY - 10AM (Starts at Market Square, New Albany; http://www.newalbanycommunityevents.com)
NORTHLAND - 11AM (Starts at Karl Rd. & Morse Rd., Northland)
PICKERINGTON - 6PM (Starts at Victory Park - 100 Lockville Rd., Pickerington; http://www.ci.pickerington.oh.us)
REYNOLDSBURG - 10AM (Starts at Rosehill Rd. & E. Main St., http://www.ci.reynoldsburg.oh.us)
SHORT NORTH - 1PM (Starts at Buttles Ave. & Park St., Short North; http://www.doodahparade.com)
WESTERVILLE: "Fireworks, Friends, and Freedom" - 1PM (Starts at St. Paul the Apostle Church - 313 N. State St., Westerville; http://www.westervillerotary.com)
WORTHINGTON HILLS - "Family Game Night" - Noon (http://www.worthingtonhills.org)

FIREWORKS (All July 4, unless noted):
ASHVILLE: 10PM, Teays Valley High School
BEXLEY: 10PM, Capital University

WCRS Presents One Station Under A Groove Fireworks Patriotic Party Special (2016)


2:04:20 minutes (113.84 MB)

Tonight on the show, your patriotic mix to get you ready for some fireworks.

#OneStationWCRS
#OneStation4thWCRS

# 186A: 1971: Music & Headlines


1:02:52 minutes (57.57 MB)

In this hour, we take a look back at the headlines of 1971.

# 186B: 1971: Music & Headlines


1:29:52 minutes (82.28 MB)

The second part of "1971: Music & Headlines" features the sports headlines of the year.

# 187-U: Christmas In July VI with Mrs. Claus


59:46 minutes (54.72 MB)

In this UNAIRED* Online ONLY edition of "The DJBC Happy Hour", Mrs. Claus (you probably know her hubby) takes over the show because it's Christmas in July.

# 188: 1981 - Music & Headlines


2:00:48 minutes (110.61 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we're headed back to 1981. Columbia becomes the first re-usable Space Shuttle. Prince Charles marries Lady Diana in one fairytale wedding, while Luke and Laura (on General Hospital) get hitched in the other. MTV launches (in fact, it launched 35 years ago today). The first cases of AIDS are diagnosed. Ronald Reagan is sworn in as President, and both he and Pope John Paul II dodge separate assassination attempts. Solidarity is formed in Poland. Sadat is assassinated. Hill Street Blues & Dynasty debut, as does Indiana Jones. Dreamgirls, The Pirates of Penzance, and A Soldier's Play debut on Broadway. The Rubik's Cube is created. Those were just some of the happenings of 1981.

SONG LIST:
"(Just Like) Starting Over" - John Lennon
"Celebration" - Kool and the Gang
"Hill Street Blues Theme" - Mike Post, featuring Larry Carlton
"Believe It Or Not (The Greatest American Hero Theme)" - Joey Scarbury
"Autumn Breeze (General Hospital Theme)" - Jack Urbont
"Elvira" - The Oak Ridge Boys
"Queen of Hearts" - Juice Newton
"Morning Train (Nine to Five)" - Sheena Easton
"Wordy Rappinghood" - The Tom Tom Club
"Under Pressure" - Queen & David Bowie
"Just the Two of Us" - Bill Withers with Grover Washington Jr.
"Boogie Wonderland" - Earth, Wind, and Fire
"Take It On The Run" - REO Speedwagon
"The Indiana Jones Theme" - John Williams
"Start Me Up" - The Rolling Stones
"Endless Love" - Lionel Richie & Diana Ross
"Waiting for a Girl Like You" - Foreigner
"Angel of the Morning" - Juice Newton
"Sukiyaki" - A Taste of Honey
"Girls on Film" - Duran Duran
"Arthur's Theme/The Best That You Can Do" - Christopher Cross
"Jessie's Girl" - Rick Springfield
"Being With You" - Smokey Robinson
"Key Largo" - Bertie Higgins
"Stars on 45 Medley" - Stars on 45
"Hooked on Classics" - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
"Woman" - John Lennon

LINKS:
Like Totally '80s, 1981: http://www.liketotally80s.com/2007/08/80s-capsules-1981/

# 189: 1986: Music & Headlines


1:59:35 minutes (109.5 MB)

1986. Challenger exploded. Chernobyl left devastation in the Ukraine. The US invaded Libya. Iran-Contra. Hands Across America. Teddy Ruxpin. The Groundball in Game 6. The Drive. The Guarantee. ALF. The Venus Butterfly (yeah, we can't talk about that one on the air). James Stenbeck is resurrected from the dead. Those were just some of the things that happened in 1986.

SONGS:
L.A. Law Theme Song - Mike Post
Walk of Life - Dire Straits
Sara - Starship (the band formerly known as Jefferson Airplane, or remnants of it, anyway)
How Will I Know - Whitney Houston
Rock Me Amadeus - Falco
Living In America - James Brown
Manic Monday - The Bangles
Higher Love - Steve Winwood
Mad About You - Belinda Carlisle
Broken Wings - Mr. Mister
Walk Like An Egyptian - The Bangles
The Village/Adagio for Strings - from Platoon Soundtrack
Somewhere Out There - Linda Ronstadt & James Ingram
Take My Breath Away - Berlin
Danger Zone - Kenny Loggins
When The Going Gets Tough - Billy Ocean
Stuck With You - Huey Lewis and the News
Venus - Bananarama
Life in a Northern Town - The Dream Academy
The Final Countdown - Europe
&
(Last Call Intro) Take Me Home Tonight - Eddie Money & Ronnie Spector

HEADLINES:

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA - Boston Celtics
Super Bowl XX - Chicago Bears
Stanley Cup - Montreal Canadiens
World Series - New York Mets
World Cup - Argentina
NCAA Tournament - Louisville Cardinals
NCAA College Football - Penn State Nittany Lions
Heisman Trophy - Vinny Testaverde, QB, Miami
Master's - Jack Nicklaus (his FINAL Major victory)
Indy 500 - Bobby Rahal
The Memorial - Hal Sutton
The Game GUARANTEE - Michigan, 26-24 over the B*ckeyes at Ohio Stadium on November 22
High School Football - Bishop Hartley (Division IV) and Newark Catholic (Division V)
High School Basketball - Wehrle (Boys' Division III) and Columbus South (Girls' Division II)
High School Soccer - St. Francis DeSales (Boys' Division II)

# 190: 1982: Music & Headlines


2:08:37 minutes (117.75 MB)

#WhereWereYouIn82?

(COMING SOON)
PLAYLIST:

COLUMBUS:

HEADLINES:

SPORTS:

ENTERTAINMENT:

# 102B: 1964: MORE Music & Headlines


58:46 minutes (53.82 MB)

SONG LIST:
"Prologue/Tradition" - Fiddler on the Roof, Original Broadway Cast
"With A Little Bit of Luck" - Stanley Holloway
"Jolly Holiday" - Dick Van Dyke & Julie Andrews
"Hello, Dolly!" - Carol Channing & Hello Dolly, Original Broadway Cast
"Goin' Out of My Head" - Little Anthony and the Imperials
"Fun, Fun, Fun" - The Beach Boys
"Leader of the Pack" - The Shangri-La's
"She Loves You" - The Beatles
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" - The Beatles
"I Get Around" - The Beach Boys
"Chapel of Love" - The Dixie Cups
"Emily" - Andy Williams
"A Hard Day's Night" - The Beatles
"Can't Buy Me Love" - The Beatles
"You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You" - Dean Martin
"The Girl from Ipanema" - Astrud Gilberto with Stan Getz
"Goldfinger" - Dame Shirley Bassey

# 191: The Boomer Sooner Emmy Preview Show


59:39 minutes (54.62 MB)

Tonight on the show:
- The Creative Arts Awards, Who won and who lost? Which Guest Acting winner wasn't even a nominee when the nominations were announced? Plus, was the 18th time the charm for Amy Poehler? And, will Game of Thrones be # 1 all-time in Primetime at the Emmys? (Spoiler alert below)

And:
- Ohio State at Oklahoma; Will Oklahoma beat the B*ckeyes in Norman? Will the B*ckeyes cheat their way to the top and cruise to another National Title?
- Michigan & Ohio State's seasons thus far

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS:
- '90s Fest (9/16 at Columbus Commons)
- Rock the Ville (9/17 in Uptown Westerville; rescheduled from August 13)
- Independent's Day (9/17 & 18 in East Franklinton)
- Columbus VegFest (9/24 at Northland Performing Arts Center)
- 50th Oktoberfest (9/24-25 at Ohio Expo Center)
- Otterbein Homecoming (9/30 & 10/01 at Otterbein University)

SELECT CREATIVE ARTS EMMY WINNERS:
Guest Actor, Comedy: Peter Scolari, Girls (HBO)
Guest Actress(es), Comedy: Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, SNL (NBC)
Guest Actress, Drama: Margo Martindale, The Americans (F/X)
Guest Actor, Drama: Hank Azaria, Ray Donovan (Showtime)
Game of Thrones - 9 Emmys on September 10; 33 wins all-time; Most Honored Drama Series of All-Time

# 192: 1991 - Music (and Little to No Headlines)


1:01:07 minutes (55.95 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're headed back in the time machine to 1991.

1991 in LINKS:
- http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1991.html
- http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1991.html
- http://www.inthe90s.com/generated/time1991.shtml

1991 in SPORTS
Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20-19 over the Buffalo Bills
Stanley Cup - Pittsburgh Pirates
NBA Finals - Chicago Bulls
NCAA Tournament - Duke Blue Devils
NCAA College Football National Champions - Colorado Buffaloes
Big Ten Champions - Michigan
The Game - Michigan, 31-3 over Ohio State
Heisman Trophy - Desmond Howard, Michigan (first Wolverine to win this since 1940; electrifying performances over the hated rivals Notre Dame and Ohio)

1991 in SHOWBIZ
EMMY AWARD WINNERS
Comedy Series: Cheers (NBC; 4th Comedy Series win)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC; 4th Drama Series win in 5 years)
Daytime Soap: As the World Turns (CBS); The Daytime Emmys are broadcast in Primetime for the very first time, as well

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1990 films)
Best Picture: Dances With Wolves
Best Director: Kevin Costner, Dances With Wolves

GRAMMY AWARDS (for 1989-90 music)
Album of the Year: Back on the Block (Quincy Jones)
Best New Artist: Mariah Carey

1991 Locally:
- Columbus Mayor Buck Rinehart (R) decides not to run for a third term; City Attorney Gregory S. Lashutka (R) is elected Mayor by the voters in November.
- Former Cleveland Mayor George V. Voinovich (R, Cleveland) is sworn in as the 65th Governor of Ohio
- Wehrle High School closes at the end of the School Year; Wehrle Wolverines Boys Basketball team makes one final deep tournament run before the South Side Catholic School closes its doors permanently
- The expanded Main Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library opens its doors, while nearby Franklin Park closes its doors for the AmeriFlora '92 Horticultural Exhibit.

# 193: Taste of Italy


57:05 minutes (52.27 MB)

Mangia! Mangia! Mangia! Tonight, the show has an Italian sound.

SONG LIST:
Come on a My House – Rosemary Clooney
Be My Love – Mario Lanza
Ti Voglio Bene/Be Italian – Nine (Original Broadway Cast)
Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba/My Bambino Go To Sleep – Perry Como
Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Del Blu) – Domenico Modugno
Lazy Mary – Lou Monte
Ciribiribirin – Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra
O Sole Mio – Mario Lanza
Tarantella – Nino Rota
Bella Notte – George Givot
That's Amore – Dean Martin
The Mission Theme – Ennio Morricone
Eh, Cumpari – Julius LaRosa
Arriverderci, Roma – Mario Lanza

# 194: 1974: Music & Headlines


2:01:53 minutes (111.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, the time machine is headed to 1974.

The World in 1974 - LINKS:
http://www.infoplease.com/year/1974.html
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1974.html
http://www.onthisday.com/events/date/1974
http://www.mrpopculture.com/1974
http://hubpages.com/education/biggest-headlines-of-1974
http://www.inthe70s.com/generated/time1974.shtml
http://seventies1970s.com/1974sports.htm

CENTRAL OHIO IN 1974:
- A deadly tornado strikes Xenia in April.
- Former Governor Jim Rhodes defeats incumbent John Gilligan in November.
- The Rhodes Tower is built in Downtown Columbus, while the old Franklin County Courthouse closes.
- Junior Ohio State running back Archie Griffin wins the Heisman Trophy.
- Upper Arlington is routed by Warren Harding in the Class AAA Football Championship.
- Muirfield Village Golf Club is built in Dublin, designed by golfer Jack Nicklaus.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball: North Carolina State Wolfpack
NCAA Football: Oklahoma Sooners (AP), Southern California Trojans (UPI, FW)
NBA Finals: Boston Celtics in seven games over the Milwaukee Bucks
World Series: Oakland A's in five games over the Los Angeles Dodgers
Stanley Cup: Philadelphia Flyers in six games over the Boston Bruins
World Cup: West Germany over Holland/The Netherlands
Super Bowl: Miami Dolphins over the Minnesota Vikings
Big Ten Football: Ohio State
Wimbledon: Chris Evert & Jimmy Connors (Women & Men, respectively)
AP Athletes of the Year: Chris Evert (Female), Muhammad Ali (Male)
Heisman Trophy: Archie Griffin (Halfback; Ohio State, Junior)

HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONS:
Golf: Upper Arlington (Spring; Class AAA), Bishop Watterson (Spring; Class AA)
Wrestling: DeSales (Class AA)
Track & Field: Mifflin (Boys; Class AA)

# 195: Make Halloween Great Again


59:13 minutes (54.22 MB)

# 197: A Musical Dia De La Muerta


58:37 minutes (53.67 MB)

Tonight, it's a "Day of the Dead". We pay tribute to artists whom we lost this year, in song.

PLAYLIST:
"Let's Go Crazy" - Prince (1958-2016)
"Let's Dance" - David Bowie (1947-2016)
"Unforgettable" - Natalie Cole (1950-2015) & Nat King Cole
"That's The Way of the World" - Earth, Wind, and Fire (Maurice White; 1941-2016)
"Okie from Muskogee" - Merle Haggard (1937-2016)
"Pure Imagination" - Gene Wilder (1933-2016)
"You Spin Me (Like a Record)" - Dead or Alive (Pete Burns; 1959-2016)
"Sweethearts on Parade" - Pete Fountain (1930-2016), supported by the Lawrence Welk band
"Not Getting Married Today" - Company - Original Broadway Cast (starring Dean Jones, 1931-2015, and in this specific song, featuring Beth Howland; 1941-2015)
"Pretty Women" - Alan Rickman (1946-2016) with Johnny Depp
"Come Back When You Grow Up" - Bobby Vee (1943-2016)
"I Could Have Danced All Night" - Marni Nixon (1930-2016) singing on behalf of Audrey Hepburn
"Karn Evil No. 9" - Emerson (1945-2016), Lake, & Palmer

# 198: America, Could We Start Again Please?


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

Tonight on the show, the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election, and why we should not be so keen on a Trump Presidency, asking the question, "Could We Start Again Please?" How did this happen, and what does it mean for the direction of our country? Plus, a rundown of the local races.

(RECORDED on November 9, 2016; Edited on November 10, 12, and 13, 2016)

SONG LIST:
"The Morning After" - Maureen McGovern
"Could We Start Again Please?" - Yvonne Elliman & Michael Jason (from Jesus Christ Superstar: Original Broadway Cast)
"Yorktown/The World Turned Upside Down" - Hamilton: Original Broadway Cast
"There's Always Tomorrow" - Janis (?) Orenstein (from "Rudolph: The Red Nosed Reindeer")

# 199: "Make College Football Great Again: BEAT OHIO STATE!"


59:44 minutes (54.69 MB)

Tonight on the show, THE GAME (Round 113) as Michigan looks for their first win over the B*ckeyes since 2011, and their first win in Columbus since 2000, in the biggest game of this rivalry since # 1 vs. # 2 in 2006 (a 42-39 B*ckeyes win), with the B*ckeyes at # 2 and Michigan at # 3. What is standing in the way is (a) the questionable Michigan quarterback situation, which we'll be kept in suspense until Saturday morning and (b) Urban Meyer. The B*ckeyes have won 13 of the last 15 meetings (2001-15), after Michigan won 10 out of 13 during the John Cooper Era (1988-2000).

THE Game:
Noon (ET) on ABC
B*ckeyes are a Touchdown Favorite

ESPN College GameDay will be LIVE from The Ohio State:
7AM to 10AM - Outside of the RPAC (W. 17th Ave.)
10:30 to Kickoff - Southwest Corner of The Shoe (inside Ohio Stadium)

PREDICTION(s):
With Speight at QB: Michigan 28, B*ckeyes 27 (Michigan's special teams blocks a crucial PAT; Jourdan Lewis seals the win with a pick; Peppers gets a pick-six and a punt return for TDs; J.T. throws one-play, 70-plus yard strikes to both Dontre Wilson and Curtis Samuel, before getting shut down in 2nd half)
With O'Korn at QB: B*ckeyes 35, Michigan 17 ("Fire Harbaugh" chants start rumbling)

OTHER GAMES OF RELEVANCE this weekend:
Penn State 24, Little Brothers 19
Alabama 30, Auburn 10
Washington 27, Washington State 21
USC 38, Notre Dame 10 (buh-bye, Bryan Kelly; hello, Urban Meyer?)
Utah 27, Colorado 16

The DJBC AfterHours on THE Game (2016): http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/153541448199/the-djbc-afterhours-t...

SONG LIST:
Segway - "Don't Turn Away" re-mix (Midnite Flite)
"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" - Pentatonix
"Temptation" - Bing Crosby
"The Hawaiian War Chant" - Spike Jones
"Hang on Sloopy" - The McCoys
"Don't Mess Around With Jim" - Jim Croce

HOLIDAY EVENTS AROUND TOWN:
http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/153302949718/christmas-in-the-614-...

# 200: #TheDJBC200: 200 Shows!

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59:16 minutes (54.26 MB)

Tonight on the show, we've hit the century mark...again. This is Show # 200! 200 shows of "The DJBC Happy Hour" have aired since its debut on WCRS in 2011. And it's because of you, we've been going strong for the last 200 shows.

# 201: Holiday Wonderland: A Columbus Radio Adventure


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Holiday Wonderland: Where are some of the Holiday Places to go in Columbus? Plus, a look back at a few of the past Columbus Holiday traditions, and what's left during this holiday season?

"Christmas In Columbus: Holiday Adventure" - through December 18 at the Short North Stage (1187 N. High St., Short North; 614-725-4042; http://www.shortnorthstage.org)
"The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" - through December 18 at Columbus Childrens' Theatre Park Street Theatre (512 N. Park St., Arena District; http://www.columbuschildrenstheatre.org; 614-224-6672)

HOLIDAY LIGHTS:
- Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo (to January 1; http://www.columbuszoo.org)
- Grand Illumination (to January 2; http://www.columbus.gov)
- Columbus Commons Holiday Lights (to January 1; http://www.columbuscommons.org)
- Merry & Bright (to January 1; http://www.fpconservatory.org)

HOLIDAY SIGHTS:
(Most have already happened...better luck in 2017)
- Huntington 25th Anniversary Train Display - Main Branch, Columbus Metropolitan Library (http://www.columbuslibrary.org)
- Dickens of a Christmas (December 16-18; Ohio Village; http://www.ohiohistory.org)
- The Nutcracker (Through Christmas Eve; Ohio Theatre: 39 E. State St., http://www.balletmet.org)

TREES/MENORAHS:
- BEXLEY (Drexel Circle: NE Corner of E. Broad St. & N. Drexel Avenue - TREE; MENORAH - SW Corner? of E. Broad St. & S. Drexel Ave.)
- WORTHINGTON (Southeast Village Green - High Street and State Route 161)
- WESTERVILLE (City Hall: 21 S. State St.)
- GERMAN VILLAGE (Frank Fetch Park: 238 E. Beck St.)
- SHORT NORTH (Poplar Park: N. High St. & Poplar Ave.)
- GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS (Grandview Parks & Rec: 1515 Goodale Blvd.)
- UPPER ARLINGTON (Arlington Fire Station: 2095 Arlington Ave.)
- DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS (Columbus Commons: 160 S. High St.)
- FRANKLINTON (Harrison House/Franklinton Historical Society: 570 W. Broad St.)
- GROVE CITY (City Hall: 4035 Broadway)

The DJBC & DeShawn - 10 Minutes of Fame (#TheDJBC200)


11:34 minutes (10.59 MB)

# 203: 2016: The Year That Wasn't


59:37 minutes (54.59 MB)

Tonight on the show:
- 2016: A Look Back at the Year that Was Really Bad
- A Preview of the Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Peach Bowl (and why Ohio doesn't belong in the College Football Playoffs)

SONG LIST:
(Opening) "The Christmas Song" - Jimmy Castor
"Tzena, Tzena, Tzena" - Gordon Jenkins and the Weavers
"Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boys" - Bing Crosby & David Bowie
"Joy to the World" - Earth, Wind, and Fire
"1958/Happy New Year Baby" - Jo Ann Campbell
"Auld Lang Syne" - Guy Lombardo

# 202: Mary and Joseph and DJBC and WCRM


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

Tonight on the show...
- Who's on Santa's "Nice and Naughty" list?
- Plus, The DJBC Celebrates Christmas, from the Elves from his Shelf, Santa's Stolen Mailbox, and the Ugly B*ckeye Sweater, and the Christmas Library Book he kept for pretty much a WHOLE YEAR (yikes!)

SONG LIST:
(Cold Open Intro & Show Intro) "Wizards of Winter" - Trans-Siberian Orchestra
"Christmas Time Is Here" - Vince Guaraldi/A Charlie Brown Christmas
"The Bell That Couldn't Jingle" - Bobby Vinton
(Mistletoe Music Bed) "The Christmas Song" - Jimmy Castor
"I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day" - Burl Ives
"Christmas Day" - Squeeze
"Sleigh Ride" - Myron Floren
"Rudolph the Manic Reindeer" - Los Lobos
"The Man With The Bag" - Kay Starr (RIP)
"Welcome Christmas" - Albert Hague

Bryan Awards Top 100 Christmas Programs/Episodes: http://thebryanandsilvergarbage.tumblr.com

# 204: 1968: Music & Headlines


1:58:56 minutes (108.9 MB)

1968 was one of the most difficult, tumultous years in America's history. Both Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated. America was knee-deep involved in Vietnam. There was upheaval in Paris. Upheaval in Prague. Upheaval in Chicago. Riots in every major American city.

COLUMBUS in 1968:
- The B*ckeyes win the National Championship, Big Ten, and the Rose Bowl.

LOCAL CHAMPIONS:
College Football: The Ohio State B*ckeyes
High School Football: Upper Arlington Golden Bears (AP State Champs)
High School Basketball: Columbus East Tigers

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NFL: Baltimore Colts
AFL: New York Jets
NBA:
MLB: Detroit Tigers
NHL:
Heisman Trophy: Orenthal James S*mps*n, Halfback, University of Southern California
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins
NCAA Football: The Ohio State B*ckeyes

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: Get Smart (NBC)
Drama Series: Mission: Impossible (CBS)

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1967 films)
Best Picture: In the Heat of the Night
Actor:
Actress: Katharine Hepburn, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Supporting Actor: George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke
Supporting Actress: Estelle Parsons, Bonnie and Clyde
Director: Mike Nichols, The Graduate
Original Song: "Talk to the Animals", Dr. Doolittle

HEADLINES:

SONGS:

LINKS:

# 205: We Survived 2016, Now What?


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight on the show...
- The Fiesta Bowl is over, why Ohio State had no business in the College Football Playoff
- Remembering Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher (plus George Michael)
- The Best of #DJBCTumblrSummer16 and the Best of DJBC Adventures in 2016
- Rundown of some of the Top Headlines from 2016

# 206 - Love in the Time of Trump


59:13 minutes (54.22 MB)

Tonight on the show, a recap of the Inauguration Weekend, and of course the latest catchphrase "Alternative Facts". Plus, the B*ckeye Men's Basketball team did something that they hadn't in 40 years.

# 207 - January 30, 2017


59:32 minutes (54.52 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- The Trump Travel Ban
- Super Bowl LI: Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots
- Academy Awards: Does La La Land have it all sewn up by now? And while the diverse group of nominees is a step in the right direction
- The Golden Raspberry Awards: Zoolander 2 vs. Batman vs. Superman
- Last Call: A Tribute to Mary Tyler Moore

# 208: The DJBC Grammy Happy Hour 17


59:01 minutes (54.04 MB)

Tonight on the show, as the 59th Annual Grammy Awards (hosted by James Corden on Sunday February 12 on CBS) are near, we are playing songs from past Album of the Year winners over a 50 year span, from artists like Outkast, Paul Simon, The Beatles (first Rock group to win this Award), Frank Sinatra (one of only TWO artists to win this award THREE times as a solo artist), Phil Collins, The Bee Gees, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Simon & Garfunkel, and (coincidentally nominated again for this award, and the perceived frontrunner) Adele.

# 210: The DJBC Academy Awards La La Land Happy Hour


58:54 minutes (53.92 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC Happy Hour previews the Academy Awards and the Golden Raspberry Awards.

DJBC Happy Hour RAZZIE PICKS:
Picture: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Director: Dinesh D'Souza, Hillary's America: The History of the Democratic Party
Actor: Ben Affleck, Batman v Superman
Actress: Tyler Perry, Madea Halloween
Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, Suicide Squad
Supporting Actress: Pick one, any one
Screenplay: Suicide Squad
Director: Dinesh D'Souza, Hillary's America
Screen Combo: BFF's Batman & Superman

DJBC Happy Hour OSCAR PICKS:
Picture: La La Land
Director: Damien Chazelle, La La Land
Actor: Denzel Washington, Fences
Actress: Emma Stone, La La Land
Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
Supporting Actress: Viola Davis, Fences
Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight
Original Screenplay: Manchester by the Sea
Foreign Language Film: The Salesman (Iran)
Animated Feature: The Red Turtle
Documentary Feature: 13th
Original Song: "City of Stars", La La Land

# 212: Operation: TSR


1:59:34 minutes (109.48 MB)

Tonight on the Show, the Transit System Review (TSR) of the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) will take effect on Monday May 1, 2017. What YOU need to know about the TSR, and what it is, and why it will forever change the way you get around town.

- GRID-like Pattern in Downtown
- Simplified Bus Lines and Route Numbering
- More Frequent Lines
- More Frequent Service on the Weekends
- Covers More Area in the Standard/Frequent Service Pattern

FREQUENT LINES:
# 1 Kenny/Livingston (between Riverside Hospital & Reynoldsburg Park & Ride; Standard between Riverside Hospital and Sawmill Road)
# 2 East Main/North High (between Fenway Road & Main St./Hamilton Road; Standard EAST of Hamilton Road)
# 5 W 5th/Refugee (between Grandview and Driving Park; Standard WEST of Fifth Avenue & Riverside Drive and EAST of Whittier St & Seymour Avenue)
# 6 Cleveland/Sullivant (between Downtown and State Route 161; Standard WEST of High & Main Streets and NORTH of Cleveland Avenue & State Route 161)
# 7 Mount Vernon (between Downtown and Fifth and Cassady Avenues; Standard NORTH and EAST of Fifth and Cassady)
# 8 Karl/South High (between State Route 161 and S High & Hanford Street; Standard SOUTH of S High & Hanford St)
# 10 East/West Broad Street (between Westwoods Park and Ride and Whitehall; Standard EAST of Whitehall Park and Ride)
# 23 James/Stelzer
# 34 Morse

STANDARD:
# 2L North High/Polaris Parkway
# 3 Northwest/Harrisburg
# 4 Indianola/Lockbourne
# 9 West Mound/Brentnell
# 11 Bryden/Maize
# 12 McKinley/Fields
# 21 Hilliard-Rome
# 22 OSU/Rickenbacker
# 24 Hamilton Rd
# 25 Brice
# 31 Hudson
# 32 North Broadway
# 33 Henderson

RUSH-HOUR ONLY:
# 13 Arlington/1st
# 41 Crosswoods/Polaris
# 42 Sharon Woods
# 43 Westerville
# 44 Easton
# 45 New Albany
# 46 Gahanna
# 51 Reynoldsburg
# 52 Canal Winchester
# 61 Grove City
# 71 Hilliard
# 72 Tuttle
# 73 Dublin
# 74 Smoky Row

OTHER:
Night Owl (Thursday-Saturday ONLY)
The CBUS

# 211: March Blue Madness


59:25 minutes (54.4 MB)

# 213: 1962: Music & Headlines


1:59:55 minutes (109.8 MB)

Tonight on the show, 1962. The music and headlines from that year. James Bond hit the box office for the first time. JFK vs. Castro in the Cold War. The Race for Space Heats Up as John Glenn orbits the Earth.

Hour # 1 Song List (from Last Night):
“Comedy Tonight” - Zero Mostel & Cast (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum)
“Lawrence of Arabia Overture/Theme” - Maurice Jarre
“Days of Wine and Roses” - Henry Mancini
“Baby Elephant Walk” - Lawrence Welk (with clarinet solo by Mahlon Clark)
“Surfin Safari” - The Beach Boys
“Twist and Shout” - The Isley Brothers
“Don’t Make Me Over” - Dionne Warwick
“Palisades Park” - Freddy Cannon
“I Left My Heart in San Francisco” - Tony Bennett
“Midnight in Moscow” - Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen
“I’ve Been Everywhere” - Hank Snow
“Hey, Baby” - Bruce Channel
“Up on the Roof” - The Drifters
“Things” - Bobby Darin
“I Remember You” - Frank Ifield
“James Bond Theme” - John Barry

(Hour # 2)
“The Lonely Bull” - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
“Sherry” - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
“Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” - Neil Sedaka
“She Cried” - Jay and the Americans
“Alley Cat” - Bent Fabric
“The Peppermint Twist - Parts I & II” - Joey Dee and the Starliters
“You’ve Got Trouble” - Robert Preston
“A Stranger on the Shore” - Acker Bilk
“Pretty Little Picture” - Zero Mostel
“Break It To Me Gently” - Brenda Lee
“You Really Got A Hold on Me” - The Miracles
“Love Me Do” - The Beatles
“P.S. I Love You” - The Beatles
“Wolverton Mountain” - Claude King
“The Ballad of Jed Clampett” - Flatt & Scruggs
“Three Stars Will Shine Tonight” (Dr. Kildare Theme) - Richard Chamberlain
“The End of the World” - Skeeter Davis
“Soul Bossa Nova” - Quincy Jones

# 214: The DJBC Happy Hour Turns 6!


58:57 minutes (53.98 MB)

# 215: April 24, 2017


55:25 minutes (50.74 MB)

# 216: Dino & Friends: A Musical Centennial Salute


1:00:00 minutes (54.93 MB)

2017 would have been the 100th birthday of Ohio born Rat Packer Dean Martin (born June 7, 1917). And then I came up with the idea of other great musicians who would have turned 100 (sorry, John Lee Hooker, you got cut for time). So, that's why we have Dean Martin, plus Desi Arnaz, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, and Lena Horne included.

# 217: The Complete History of American Movie Musical Songs Abridged, Part 1


58:32 minutes (53.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from movie musicals from the 1930s to recent Oscar juggernaut La La Land.

SONG LIST:
"Another Day of Sun" - La La Land
"The Nicest Kids in Town" - Hairspray
"Let's Go Crazy" - Purple Rain
"Grease Lightning" - Grease
"Fit As A Fiddle" - Singin' In the Rain
"Chim-Chim Cheree" - Mary Poppins
"Where Is Love?" - Oliver!
"Twin Soliloquies/Some Enchanted Evening" - South Pacific
"Puttin' on the Ritz" - Idiot's Delight
"Bye, Bye Birdie" - Bye, Bye Birdie
"The Time Warp" - The Rocky Horror Picture Show
"You're Easy to Dance With" - Holiday Inn
"Fascinating Rhythm" - Girl Crazy
"Hey There" - The Pajama Game
"The Varsity Drag" - Good News

# 218: 1957: Music & Headlines


59:21 minutes (54.35 MB)

Tonight on the time machine, we're headed back to 1957...
Sputnik launches...
Central High in Little Rock is desegregated...
The Suez Crisis ends...
The Viet Cong attack South Vietnam...
The Avian Flu hits...
Duvalier takes control of Haiti...

In Sports:
The B*ckeyes share the College Football National Championship with Auburn; B*ckeye Coach Woody Hayes is named AP Coach of the Year
The Milwaukee Braves beat the New York Yankees in the World Series
The Detroit Lions win the NFL Championship
North Carolina wins the NCAA Tournament
The Boston Celtics win the NBA Championship
The Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup
Althea Gibson becomes the first African-American woman to win both Wimbledon and the U.S. Tennis Open
Jim Brown, running back out of Syracuse is drafted by the Cleveland Browns, where he would eventually become the NFL all-time leading rusher in his nine NFL seasons (from 1965 to 1984)

Emmys (for 1957 Calendar Year, presented in 1958): https://www.infoplease.com/arts-entertainment/emmyr-awards/1957-emmy-awards
Oscars (for 1956 films): https://www.oscars.org/oscars/ceremonies/1957
Tonys (for 1957): http://www.tonyawards.com/en_US/history/ceremonies/200909151253044806754...
(The Grammys did not exist until 1959. However, in this show, a couple of songs that were nominated for the inaugural Grammy Awards, are played on tonight's show.)

LINKS:
http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1957.html
History Central: http://www.historycentral.com/20th/1957.html
The People's History: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1957.html

# 219 - Soundtrack of Summer (2017)


58:28 minutes (53.54 MB)

What is on your Summer Playlist? Tonight, Songs of and about Summer.

2017 DJBC Adventures Summer Events Calendar Compilation:

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