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# 253 - Restart Is The Name of This Game


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

# 250: 1988: Music and Headlines


1:59:22 minutes (109.3 MB)

1988 is where the time machine is headed tonight. Songs from Michael Jackson, Terence Trent D'Arby, Robert Palmer, Taylor Dayne, Carly Simon, and The Phantom of the Opera.

COLUMBUS in 1988:
- The Saga of Wexley Continues...
- The Columbus Foundation is born
- John Cooper becomes the Head Coach of the Ohio State Football Buckeyes, leading them to a 4-6-1 season.

CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers
World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins
AFC: Cincinnati Bengals
NFC: San Francisco 49ers
Heisman Trophy: Barry Sanders, OSU
College Basketball: Kansas
College Football: Notre Dame
The Masters: Curtis Strange
High School Basketball: Wehrle (Boys, Division IV) and Upper Arlington (Girls, Division I)
High School Baseball: Bishop Watterson (Division II) and Newark Catholic (Division III)
The Game/Big Ten: Michigan

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: The Wonder Years (ABC)
Drama Series: thirtysomething (ABC)
Soap: Santa Barbara (NBC)

OSCARS (for 1987 films):
Best Picture: The Last Emperor

TONYS:
Best Musical: Into the Woods The Phantom of the Opera

LINKS:
http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1988.html
http://www.liketotally80s.com/2007/08/80s-capsules-1988/
http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1988.html
https://www.topendsports.com/world/timeline/1988.htm

# 249: March Madness, Columbus Style


59:37 minutes (54.58 MB)

Tonight on the show, things happening around town, from the Upper Arlington Centennial Celebration, to the NCAA Women's Final Four. Plus, where did BOTH Ohio and Michigan end up in the NCAA Tournament?

KEY EVENTS AROUND TOWN:
- Upper Arlington Centennial Birthday (3:30-6:30PM; Tuesday March 20; Upper Arlington Public Library MAIN Branch & Northam Park: 2800 Tremont Rd. & 2070 Northam Rd., Upper Arlington; http://www.uaoh.net; COTA: Lines 3 & 13)
- NCAA Women's Final Four (March 29-April 1; Columbus)
- Kick Butt Columbus (March 24; Starts/Ends at Wolfe Park: 105 Park Drive, "Near" East Side)
- Shamrock Club St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 17; Starts at St. Patrick Church and ends at Greater Columbus Convention Center, Downtown Columbus)

# 244: 1978: Music & Headlines


2:00:52 minutes (110.66 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music and headlines from 1978.

HEADLINES:
Coming Soon

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NBA: Washington Bullets
NHL: Montreal Canadiens
MLB: New York Yankees
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys
FIFA: Argentina (who also hosted the FIFA World Cup)
NCAA Basketball: Kentucky Wildcats
NCAA Football: Alabama Crimson Tide (Associated Press) & USC Trojans (UPI and Football Writers of America)
Masters/U.S. Open: Jack Nicklaus
Big Ten Football: Michigan (Rose Bowl rep) & Michigan State

COLUMBUS in 1978:
- A Blizzard sweeps through Ohio in January with blinding snow drifts, shutting down the state for days.
- Governor Rhodes is re-elected.
- Columbus City Schools are desegregated following the 1977 Ohio Supreme Court ruling by Judge Robert M. Duncan.
- Columbus Alternative High School opens its doors.

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONS:
State Girls Basketball: Bishop Hartley Lady Hawks
State Football, Class A: Newark Catholic Green Wave

TONY AWARDS (Broadcast on CBS for the first time ever):
Best Musical: Ain't Misbehavin'
Best Play: Da (by Hugh Leonard)

EMMY AWARDS:
Best Comedy Series: All in the Family (CBS); Record eighth consecutive win in this category for CBS
Best Drama Series: The Rockford Files (NBC)
Best Limited Series: Holocaust (NBC)
Best Variety Series: The Muppet Show (Syndicated)
Best Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives (NBC)
Best Drama/Comedy Special: The Gathering (ABC)
Best Game/Audience Participation Show: The Hollywood Squares (NBC)
Best Children's Series: Captain Kangaroo (Entertainment; CBS), Schoolhouse Rock! (Instructional; ABC), and Animals! Animals! Animals! (Informational; ABC)
Best Talk Show: Donahue (Syndicated)
Best Actor, Comedy: Carroll O'Connor, All in the Family (CBS)
Best Actor, Drama: Ed Asner, Lou Grant (CBS)
Best Actor, Daytime: James Pritchett, The Doctors (NBC)
Best Actor, Special: Fred Astaire, A Family Upside Down (NBC)
Best Actor, Limited Series: Michael Moriarty, Holocaust (NBC)

# 238: Could This FINALLY Be The Year...?


59:50 minutes (54.79 MB)

Tonight on the show, the final word on Headlines for 2017. Plus, a little Thanksgiving. And could this finally be the year that Michigan beats Ohio State? (The B*ckeyes have won 14 of the last 16, with no apparent end in sight.)

The 114th Edition of The Game airs at Noon on Saturday November 25 on FOX.

# 237: From Woodshed, Iowa 52242


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on the show, the DJBC talks recent headlines, and recaps the Iowa/Ohio State and Ohio State/Michigan State blowouts.

Photo Credit - The Cedar Rapids Gazette (November 5, 2017) after Iowa's shocking 55-24 butt spanking of the Ohio Little B*ckeyes, tying Ohio's worst loss under Urban Meyer (alongside with some New Year's Eve shutout against a defending National Champion from the Palmetto State of South Carolina).

# 236: 1997: Music & Headlines


1:02:35 minutes (57.31 MB)

1997. The World Mourned a Princess. College Football Dynasty Returned to Glory. Hockey Was On It's Way to Ohio. Those were among the happenings in 1997.

NEWS HEADLINES:
- Diana, Princess of Wales is killed in a car crash in Paris, along with her companion and their driver, as their car attempts to evade the Paparazzi.
- Mother Teresa of Calcutta passes away.
- The first Harry Potter book is published.
- Steve Jobs returns to Apple Computer.
- NASA's Mars Pathfinder lands on Mars.
- Great Britain returns Hong Kong to China.
- Tony Blair is elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
- IBM's Deep Blue defeats Garry Kasparov in Chess.
- Madeleine Albright becomes the first female U.S. Secretary of State in American History.
- Heaven's Gate Cult Commits Mass Suicide near San Diego.
- Rapper Notorious B.I.G. is fatally gunned down in a drive-by shooting.
- Fashion designer Gianni Versace is murdered by serial killer Andrew Cunanan, who later takes his own life.
- The Dow closes above 7,000 for the first time ever.
- Woolworth's closes it's doors forever.
- O.J. Simpson is found guilty in a Civil Trial.
- Dolly the Sheep is cloned at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Carlos the Jackal is caught and sentenced to life in prison in France.
- Bird Flu hits Hong Kong.

TELEVISION in 1997:
- Ellen DeGeneres comes out as gay following "The Puppy Episode" of her sitcom, "Ellen".
- Frasier wins a fourth consecutive Comedy Series Emmy and General Hospital wins a third consecutive Drama Series Daytime Emmy.
- Top shows include ER, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Ally McBeal, NYPD Blue, The X-Files, Law & Order, South Park, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Mad About You.

MOVIES in 1997:
- The English Patient sweeps the Academy Awards.

# 234: 1961: Music & Headlines (FULL)


1:59:36 minutes (109.51 MB)

1961. A charismatic wealthy politician takes office as President. Turmoil in Cuba. Turmoil in Berlin. Freedom Riders down South. Riots on the Ohio State Campus (because the University didn't want their spoiled little B*ckeyes to go to the Rose Bowl. Yeah, it did happen, and they still found a way to win a National Championship, despite the fact they didn't play in a Bowl Game). That was the year that was.

# 230: 1992: Music & Headlines (Hour 1)


59:45 minutes (54.71 MB)

Tonight, Where were YOU in '92? A three-headed Presidential Election. One of the greatest B*ckeye "victories" over TTUN. AmeriFlora comes to Franklin Park. Aladdin and his lamp soar at the Box Office. On TV, Murphy Brown became a single mom and Seinfeld was the master of his domain. Those were some of the happenings in 1992.

COLUMBUS in 1992:
- Gregory S. Lashutka (R) becomes Mayor of Columbus.
- AmeriFlora '92 takes place at Franklin Park; President Bush, First Lady Barbara Bush, and Bob Hope attend the Opening Ceremony.
- Ohio State and Michigan tie in their annual football game; OSU President Gee declared it one of the "greatest Buckeye victories" ever. Michgan and their "Fab Five" beat the basketball Buckeyes in the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament in 1992 as well.

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1991 Movies):
Best Picture - The Silence of the Lambs (the most recent movie to sweep the Top FIVE Oscars)
Best Actor - Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs
Best Actress - Jodie Foster, The Silence of the Lambs
Best Supporting Actor - Jack Palance, City Slickers
Best Supporting Actress - Mercedes Ruehl, The Fisher King
Best Director - Jonathan Demme, The Silence of the Lambs

EMMY AWARDS:
Best Comedy - Murphy Brown (CBS)
Best Drama - Northern Exposure (CBS)
Best Daytime Soap - All My Children (ABC); first-ever win after 16 losses
Best Actor, Comedy - Craig T. Nelson, Coach (ABC)
Best Actor, Drama - Christopher Lloyd, Avonlea (Disney)
Best Actor, Daytime - Peter Bergman, The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Best Actress, Comedy - Candice Bergen, Murphy Brown (CBS)
Best Actress, Drama - Dana Delany, China Beach (ABC)
Best Actress, Daytime - Erika Slezak, One Life to Live (ABC)
Best Supporting Actor, Comedy - Michael Jeter, Evening Shade (CBS)
Best Supporting Actor, Drama - Richard Dysart, L.A. Law (NBC)
Best Supporting Actor, Daytime - Thom Christopher, One Life to Live (ABC)
Best Supporting Actress, Comedy - Laurie Metcalf, Roseanne (ABC)

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