the djbc happy hour

# 291 - The DJBC Motown60 Happy Hour


1:00:16 minutes (55.18 MB)

# 290 - 1973: Music and Headlines


2:03:07 minutes (112.72 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music and headlines from 1973.

HEADLINES:
The U.S. starts to withdraw troops from Vietnam and Cambodia following the Paris Peace Accords.
"The Saturday Night Massacre": Nixon fires several members of his cabinet during the Watergate Scandal
The U.S. Supreme Court legalizes abortion in Roe vs. Wade.
Former U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson dies of a heart attack at his Texas ranch.

SPORTS:
Secretariat wins the Triple Crown
The Miami Dolphins complete a (the NFL's last) perfect regular season.
The Big Ten Commissioners vote 6-4 to send the Ohio State B*ckeyes to the 1974 Rose Bowl, following a 10-10 tie in Ann Arbor in THE Game. The B*ckeyes get beat by USC in the Rose Bowl as a result.
The UCLA Bruins win their unprecedented seventh consecutive (and ninth in the last ten years) NCAA Tournament, beating Memphis (State).

Sports Champions:
NCAA Football: Notre Dame Fighting Irish
NCAA Basketball: UCLA Bruins (7th Straight)
NBA: New York Knicks
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
Super Bowl: Miami Dolphins
World Series: Oakland Athletics
The Game/Big Ten: Nobody (ON the Field); Ohio State (OFF the Field)
Local High School Basketball: Bishop Ready Silver Knights
Heisman Trophy: John Cappelletti, Running Back, Penn State

ENTERTAINMENT:
Bob Fosse becomes the first (and only) person to win the Directing Triple Crown in the same year - winning an Academy Award, Tony Award, and Emmy Award for Directing
Sacheen Littlefeather refuses to accept an Academy Award on behalf of Marlon Brando
The Emmy Awards turn 25, where the Limited Series Category is awarded for the very first time

Academy Awards (for 1972 Films):
Best Picture - The Godfather
Best Actor - (See Above)
Best Actress - Liza Minnelli, Cabaret
Best Supporting Actor - Joel Grey, Cabaret
Best Supporting Actress - Bexley's own Eileen Heckart, Butterflies are Free
Best Director - Bob Fosse, Cabaret

# 289 - Let's Schedule Everything on S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y!!


58:42 minutes (53.75 MB)

Tonight on the show, a whole bunch of stuff...nothing is off-limits.

The Weekend Warrior skims through most of the events in the remainder of March.

# 288 - The Harlem Renaissance 100: I Too, Sing America


58:01 minutes (53.12 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at the Harlem Renaissance, with music, and some local events commemorating the Centennial of the Dawn of the Harlem Renaissance.

From February 22 to March 23, the Harlem Renaissance: New Artists, New Day Exhibit is at the Cultural Arts Center (139 West Main Street in Downtown Columbus, across from Bicentennial Park).

# 287 - The Happy Marriage of Rob Lowe and Snow White (or A Star is Whiplashed: The Oscars Show)


59:52 minutes (54.82 MB)

Tonight on the show, the Academy Awards. Who will win? Plus, the Razzies and the 80th Anniversary of Gone with the Wind.

DJBC Oscar Predictions:
Best Picture - Roma
Best Director - Alfonso Cuaron, Roma
Best Actress - Glenn Close, The Wife
Best Actor - Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Supporting Actress - Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk
Best Supporting Actor - Mahershala Ali, Green Book
Best Foreign Language Film - Roma (Mexico)
Best Original Song - "Shallow", A Star is Born

RAZZIE PREDICTIONS:
Worst Picture - The Happytime Murders
Worst Director - Brian Henson, The Happytime Murders
Worst Screen Combo - Any two Puppets or People, The Happytime Murders
Worst Actor - Trump, Fahrenheit 11/9 & The Death of a Nation
Worst Actress - Melissa McCarthy, The Happytime Murders
Worst Supporting Actor - TBD
Worst Supporting Actress - Kellyanne Conway, Fahrenheit 11/9
Worst Screenplay - Holmes & Watson

80th Anniversary of Gone With the Wind
(Local Screenings)
AMC Lennox
AMC Easton
Fathom 16 Gahanna
Fathom 18 Polaris
Marcus Crosswoods
Marcus Pickerington

# 286 - The DJBC Valentine's Big Band of Sound


59:34 minutes (54.54 MB)

# 285 - Grammys Go Broadway (Best Musical Theatre Album Winners) - BONUS Version


2:00:12 minutes (110.05 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs from past Grammy Award winners for Musical Theater Album, plus two of the 2019 nominees in this exact category. Songs from The Sound of Music, Funny Girl, Hair, Godspell, The Wiz, Wicked, The Producers, Hamilton, and other shows round out this program tonight.

# 282 - 2018: That Was The Year That Wasn't...LIVE...NOT!!


59:45 minutes (54.7 MB)

Tonight on the show, a look back at 2018, a year of highs and lows. What were the biggest headlines?

# 281 - Twas The Night Before Christmas '18


59:50 minutes (54.79 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Santa Claus makes his annual flight around the World. And it's Christmas Eve. The second time that The DJBC Happy Hour has aired on Christmas Eve (2012 being the other year), and the last time until 2029 (unless the show moves to another night and time).

The Weekend Warrior returns to preview The Big Explore, which is in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Columbus Foundation, December 29. SIX Local Museums will have FREE Admission, and COTA will have FREE bus service ALL Day on that Saturday (I deliberately left out the part about the 75 cent cones of Jeni's Ice Cream on purpose).

And Mrs. Claus predicts the Peach (Saturday at NOON on ESPN) and Rose (New Year's Day at 5PM on ESPN) Bowls, with a Special Guest, and a couple of Elves.

Next week ONLY, the show will air LIVE at 8PM EST. I'll try to cut in at 7:59, but I'm going to perfect it. I swear.

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