1980s music

# 430 - The DJBC Yacht Rock Happy Hour - Volume I


1:01:22 minutes (54.56 MB)

# 428 - I Want My MTV at 40 (Plus One)


1:01:01 minutes (53.72 MB)

# 390 - The British Invasion 2.0: 40 Years Later


2:00:38 minutes (110.45 MB)

# 123 - 1984: Music & Headlines: The Producer's Cut


2:00:29 minutes (110.31 MB)

This is the Producer's Cut to # 123: "This is NOT George Orwell's 1984" or "1984: Music & Headlines", split up between September 22 & 29, 2014. I replaced "In the Name of Love" and "Easy Lover" (The latter was more 1985, see Show # 156), plus off-topic voicetracks with "I Feel for You", "Everything She Wants", and "Let's Go Crazy", respectively.

Original Hour 1: http://wcrsfm.org/content/isnt-george-orwells-1984-1984-music-and-headli...
Original Hour 2: http://wcrsfm.org/content/isnt-george-orwells-1984-1984-music-and-headli...

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

SPORTS:
- The NBA Draft is remembered as one of the greatest drafts ever with future NBA legends Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Hakeem Olajuwon, among those drafted.
- The Baltimore Colts move to Indianapolis in the middle of the night.
- Boston College defeats the defending champions Miami on a "Hail Mary" on Thanksgiving weekend.

Sports Champions:
NBA: Boston Celtics
Super Bowl XVIII: Oakland Los Angeles Raiders
World Series: Detroit Tigers
NCAA Men's Tournament: Georgetown Hoyas
NCAA Women's Tournament: USC Lady Trojans
NCAA Football: Brigham Young (BYU) Cougars
NIT: Michigan Wolverines
Big Ten Football: Ohio State
(Central) Ohio High School Football: Newark Catholic Green Wave (Division V)
Heisman Trophy: Doug Flutie (QB), Boston College

# 307 - 1989: Music and Headlines


2:01:12 minutes (110.97 MB)

1989. City Center and The Wexner Center open. Bo calls it a career and defines what a "Michigan Man" is. Charles Hustle gets banned from baseball FOR Life. It's Martial Law time in Beijing. Communism crumbles along the Berlin Wall. "Read My Lips! NO NEW TAXES!" The 1980s went out on a high note.

HEADLINES:
- Communism crumbles as the Berlin Wall comes tumbling down.
- George Herbert Walker Bush becomes the 41st President of the United States.
- Martial law takes place in China as students occupy Tiananmen Square.
- Major League Baseball Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti bans Pete Rose from baseball FOR LIFE for betting on the game; Eight days after said decision, Giamatti dies of a heart attack
- The Velvet Revolution takes place in Czechoslovakia.
- The Ayatollah Khomeini dies.
- Nicolae Ceacescu is captured and executed in Romania.
- Coming Soon

COLUMBUS in 1989:
- City Center Mall opens its doors for the First Time.
- The Wexner Center for the Arts opens on the campus of THE Ohio State University.
- "Son of Heaven" Exhibit takes place at the defunct Central High School.
- OSU promotes Randy Ayers to Head Basketball Coach after Gary Williams bolts for Maryland.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
World Series ("The Earthquake By The Bay") - Oakland A(thletic)s (First Crosstown World Series since 1956)
Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco 49ers
Stanley Cup - Calgary Flames
NBA - Detroit Pistons
NCAA Football - Miami Hurricanes
NCAA Men's Basketball - Michigan Wolverines
NCAA Women's Basketball - Tennessee Lady Volunteers
Heisman Trophy: Andre Ware Jr., Quarterback (University of Houston)
Big Ten Football/The Game: Michigan Wolverines (in Bo's FINAL Year as Head Coach; started season as AP # 1)

EMMYS:
Comedy Series: Cheers (NBC)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC)
Miniseries: War and Remembrance (ABC)
Made for TV Movie (TIE): Day One (CBS) and Roe vs. Wade (NBC)
Daytime Drama: Santa Barbara (NBC)

# 265 - 1980: Music and Headlines


2:03:26 minutes (113.01 MB)

1980. John Lennon Assassinated. The Miracle on Ice. The Olympic Boycott. The Iran-Iraq War begins. The Hostage Crisis and the Rise of the Reaganites. Who Shot J.R.? Pac-Man. Rubik's Cube. The Screen Actors Guild Strike of 1980. Those were some of the things that took place in 1980 as we transitioned out of the 1970s into the 1980s.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Football: Georgia Bulldogs
NCAA Basketball: Louisville Cardinals
Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers
Stanley Cup: New York Islanders
World Series: Philadelphia Phillies
Big Ten Football/The Game: Michigan Wolverines

ENTERTAINMENT:
- The Screen Actors Guild goes on Strike, leading to a boycott of the Emmy Awards, where only ONE actor (the late Powers Boothe) showed up, and believe it or not, that actor won.
- Who Shot J.R.? brings "Dallas" to cult status. (Spoiler: It was Kristin. Seriously. You've had 38 years.)
- John Lennon is shot to death outside his apartment in New York. News of his death was broken live on Monday Night Football, as fans mourned all over the world.
- Evita dominates the Tony Awards. Best Play Children of a Lesser God and 1981 Tony Winners 42nd Street and Amadeus make their Broadway debuts. 42nd Street director/choreographer Gower Champion passes away on the morning of the show's opening performance.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series: Taxi (ABC)
Drama Series: Lou Grant (CBS)
Limited Series: Edward and Mrs. Simpson (Syndicated)
Drama or Comedy Special: The Miracle Worker (NBC)
Daytime Drama: Guiding Light (CBS)
Actor, Comedy: Richard Mulligan, Soap (ABC)
Actress, Comedy: Cathryn Damon, Soap (ABC)
Actor, Drama: Edward Asner, Lou Grant (CBS)
Actress, Drama: Barbara Bel Geddes, Dallas (CBS)
Actor, Limited Series or Special: Powers Boothe, Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (CBS) - the ONLY Actor to show up to accept their Emmy on Emmy night
Actress, Limited Series or Special: Patty Duke, The Miracle Worker (NBC)

# 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 between Limited Brands CEO Les Wexner, the City of Columbus, and the Village of New Albany
- 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)
Variety Program: Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration (CBS)
Drama/Comedy Special: Inherit the Wind (NBC)
Limited Series: The Murder of Mary Phagan (NBC)
Actor, Comedy Series: Michael J. Fox, Family Ties (NBC)
Actor, Drama Series: Richard Kiley, A Year in the Life (NBC)
Actor, Limited Series/Special: Jason Robards, Inherit the Wind (NBC)
Actor, Daytime Drama: David Canary, All My Children (ABC)
Actress, Comedy Series: Beatrice Arthur, The Golden Girls (NBC)
Actress, Drama Series: Tyne Daly, Cagney & Lacey (CBS)
Actress, Limited Series/Special: Jessica Tandy, Foxfire (CBS)
Actress, Daytime Drama: Helen Gallagher, Ryan's Hope (ABC)
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: John Larroquette, Night Court (NBC)
Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Larry Drake, L.A. Law (NBC)
Supporting Actor, Limited Series/Special: John Shea, Baby M (ABC)
Supporting Actor, Daytime Drama: Justin Deas, Santa Barbara (NBC)

# 227: 1987: Music & Headlines


2:00:45 minutes (110.55 MB)

HEADLINES:
- President Reagan orders Soviet Premier Gorbachev to "tear down the Berlin Wall".
- Iran Contra

LOCAL HEADLINES:
- Ohio State FIRES Head Coach Earle Bruce after nine seasons; The B*ckeyes go out on top in Bruce's final game, a 23-20 win over Michigan. Ohio's last win in Ann Arbor until Jim Tressel became coach.
- Wexley (Which involves Buck Rinehart, Les Wexner, Columbus, and New Albany; which led to the sprawl of the tiny fishing village of New Albany, which led to the conception of Easton down the road)
- Columbus Mayor Buck Rinehart is re-elected.

LOCAL SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Baseball, D-I: Upper Arlington Golden Bears
Boy's Basketball, D-II: Columbus St. Francis DeSales Stallions
Football, D-IV: Gahanna Columbus Academy Vikings
Football, D-V: Newark Catholic Green Wave
Field Hockey: Bexley Columbus School for Girls Unicorns

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers (the LAST Magic vs. Larry Championship meeting)
NCAA Tournament: Indiana Hoosiers
World Series: Minnesota Twins
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
NCAA Football: Miami Hurricanes
NCAA Women's Basketball: Tennessee Lady Volunteers (first-ever win for Lady Vols)
Big Ten Football: Michigan State Spartans
The Game: Ohio State (in their "Bowl Game" in 1987, Earle Bruce's FINAL game), 23-20 in Ann Arbor

Also in sports, the Denver Broncos finished off the Cleveland Browns in "The Drive" in the 1986 AFC Championship Game in Cleveland, leading John Elway and the Broncos to a Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series: The Golden Girls (NBC)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC)
Daytime Drama: As the World Turns (CBS)
Drama Special: Promise - Hallmark Hall of Fame (NBC)
Limited Series: A Year in the Life (NBC)
Lead Actor, Comedy Series: Michael J. Fox, Family Ties (NBC)
Lead Actor, Drama Series: Bruce Willis, Moonlighting (ABC)
Lead Actor, Limited Series/Special: James Woods, Promise - Hallmark Hall of Fame (CBS)

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