Three Junes is a vividly textured symphonic novel set on both sides of the Atlantic during three fateful summers in the lives of a Scottish family. Three Junes "almost threatens to burst with all the life it contains...extraordinary," says Michael Cunningham, author of The Hours.
"Beautiful Narration of a Wonderful Story!"
Patrice O'Neal fills in for Jim Norton. Opie went to the U.S. Open yesterday. Anthony heats up his pool. We talk about divorce. We discuss Hulk Hogan's divorce. Anthony raises his age demo for girls he likes. Anthony gets the new iPhone. We debate whether the iPhone is better than the Blackberry. Perez Hilton gets punched by the Black Eyed Peas manager. We listen to Perez's video he made about the incident. Ed McMahon dies. We talk about the movies that are out right now and see if Patrice has seen any.
Meet June Dennings - her husband died, she's running out of money, there is no good local man left to marry. She takes a giant leap of faith accepts an offer of marriage and a train ticket to becoming a mail-order bride on a faraway dry, dusty desert town of Amarillo to marry a cattle rancher that she had corresponded with only four times and has never met!
Howard Phillips Lovecraft has been hailed by literary critics as the inventor of modern horror and a cultivating force behind such modern writers as Robert Bloch, Wes Craven, and Stephen King, just to name a few.
We talk about summer weather. F. H. Riley's gets new doors. We talk about the Air France plane crash. We try to figure out how many people are flying at any given time. We try to figure out how many loads it takes to fill up our studio. Opie talks about his $10,000 giveaway. Anthony gets a letter from the NRA. A woman survives being hit by a train. We talk about horrific stories that happened to us or people we know. Brooke Hogan stops by to promote her reality show.
Today on Ron and Fez we talk about the Ichiban, the number one story of the day. We talk about the movie Stripes. The callers bright up that Miley Cryus might have a porn picture out. Ron and Fez talk about The Learning Channel and its' programming. Fez addresses Opie and Anthony talking about him and Perez Hilton. We talk about the Perez Hilton story. We discuss different names for gay people.
Ted Kennedy stays awake during his brain surgery. Bo Diddley dies. Hillary may quit the presidential race today. There's a new study about smoking weed. Recovering alcoholics can't drink non-alcoholic beer. Adam Ferrara joins the show, and we discuss the Stone Temple Pilots. A girl sends us an e-mail about Scott Weiland. We talk about the upcoming Animation Festival. Louis CK calls in and talks about his dog dying. Dick Cheney jokes about West Virginia, Lewis Black stops by.
Welcome to the mountains of Pennsylvania, one of the last vestiges of the human race. Lance York, a self-described loser in another life, has rediscovered himself in the midst of the apocalypse. Along with a cadre of other survivors, including the hardened, sexy Cass, Lance has taken refuge in a compound, struggling to survive the onslaught of monstrosities descending upon them each night.
"If you haven't heard all 3 books---"
Bob talks with writer Malcolm Gladwell about rapid cognition, the kind of thinking that happens in a blink of an eye. Gladwell's book Blink examines how we think about thinking. He's also the author of other bestsellers like The Tipping Point and Outliers.
A conversation with Karl Ove Knausgaard, author of the six-volume autobiographical series, My Struggle. Next, a conversation with Elizabeth Holmes, CEO and founder of the blood diagnostics company, Theranos.
This week on Car Talk, kids give the "Golden Rule" and a few other maxims an innocent (yet funny) twist. Then it's off to Arizona where Lily's Taurus is making a noise that she hopes will lead her husband to make another noise-- namely, "Let's buy you a new Mustang." But all is not well in Mustang-land for Martin--his is emitting blue smoke, so his wallet may be emitting a large boat payment.
Today on Bennington, the crew discusses Amy Schumer's bottomless picture, Chris's weird shirt, virtual reality, and underrated Mockumentaries. They also play a game involving the network late night hosts and talk about weird animal sightings. The show ends with a Town Hall hosted by Ron featuring an interview and live performance from Weird Al.
Today on O&A, Sam hosts the Pre Show, Jonah Hill might be in trouble for what he said to a photographer, we recap the Barry Williams phone call, MSNBC apologizes for their Ann B. Davis coverage, we try to find out why Jonah Hill won’t come on the show, and we talk about Star Wars.
Today on O&A, we talk about Sandy Kane being sued by the Naked Cowboy. We listen to some news reports about it. Sam interviews Sandy. We watch Sandy on the morning news. The top US general in Afghanistan is in trouble for criticizing the president. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. We talk about the documentary I Am Comic and discuss Carlos Mencia stealing material. Sandy Kane and The Naked Cowgirl both stop by.
Today on Bennington, the gang discusses Big Brother, universal basic income, political movies, Snapchat, and Shark Tank ideas. They also preview Comedy 101 and Ron discusses his ideas for a screenwriting class.
Today on Opie and Jimmy, we start the show with Jim Florentine in studio, Diddy gets arrested, Pete Rose may have bet on baseball as a player, and we debate the confederate flag. Dennis Falcone stops by, we discuss the prison escape and listen to Tillie's husband on TV, Don Lemon says the n-word, and we talk about Obama on Marc Maron's podcast.
Anthony trades in his Mustang for a Jaguar, we talk to Kenny, there’s lots of sex crimes at Grand Central Station, Anthony goes to the DMV, we check to see if we’re on our high school’s lists of famous people, we talk about the Commack Motor Inn, Jim makes the news with his MSNBC comments, we go over a list of offensive patents, and the Supreme Court rules on patent trolls.
Le Show is a program of satire, humor, and commentary about the week's news. Comedy sketches written and performed by multi-talented multimedia artist Harry Shearer, interwoven with an eclectic, ever-changing blend of music; from world to pop, soul to jazz. Shearer says about Le Show, "I do it because I don't do standup, and I don't do sitcoms, and the radio broadcast enables me to do what I think is funny in a broadcast medium without having to listen either to network executives or Canadian producers."
Today we talk about Obama's NBA finals prediction. Fez drops some truth bombs. We talk about super-groups. A caller calls in to give us a moral conundrum. We have the founders of the Woodstock festival stop by. We answer some listener emails. Ron and Fez talk about big companies that you actually trust. Fez drops more truth bombs. We get an NBA finals update. We talk about hot women who turn us off because of their bad attitudes. Ron and Fez discuss the work of John Williams.
There’s something very special about the house Maggie grew up in. It’s sort of... alive. With a mind of its own. And it has plans for the people living there now. All Maggie Halliday has left after the divorce is the family dog and the home her grandmother left to her when she passed away two months ago.