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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 64 - Tad and Jerry and Chip and Dale

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 06/07/2022

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 76 - Katherine Ramsland show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 76 - Katherine Ramsland

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Katherine Ramsland is a professor of forensic psychology. If that sounds boring to you, you probably think Indiana Jones is just an archeologist. Spend some quality time with the author of "The I Scream Man," who likes to jump into the unexplained.

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When Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker died, the Musical Innertube was a comedy sketch show. Don and John decided to use an episode to remember Becker and Steely Dan, and changed the Innertube in the process.

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Ron Brownstein, Senior Editor at Atlantic Magazine and Senior Political Analyst for CNN, has written Rock Me on the Water, about how 1974 was a watershed year for culture and politics -- when the media started to pay attention.

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In 1968 the Sunday Times of London sent Lewis Chester and 2 other reporters to the U.S. to cover the Nixon-Humphrey presidential campaign. Here, Lewis talks about that time and the book he and his fellow reporters wrote about the experience.

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On October 7th the salsa music program "Alma Del Barrio" will celebrate 50 years on the air on KXLU-FM in Los Angeles! Kiki Soto tells how he helped put the show on the air, how he and dozens of others kept it going, and why salsa is an important musical style. 

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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 74 - Talking Baseball with Sweeny Murti, Nick Roman and Rob Lang show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 74 - Talking Baseball with Sweeny Murti, Nick Roman and Rob Lang

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Baseball is a funny game -- you can win 100 games and miss the playoffs, and a Wild Card team can win the World Series. Sweeny, Nick, Rob, John and Don look at the favorites and the surprises in this year's race for the pennant.

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Netflix is the streaming service that helped create "binge watching." But now it's losing subscribers and may have to insert ads in programs. Is this the end? Media expert Robert Thompson has some ideas.

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The most musical thing about the Musical Innertube is our theme song, played by the virtual band Car Radio Dog. Musicians Richard Lindsey and Kevin Timpane join John to talk about their virtual band.

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Last year, a broken foot kept Julie McKelvey off Denali.  This year, she topped that mountain, and climbed the highest point at the bottom of the world to boot!

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The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope are amazing, and Mat Kaplan of the Planetary Society says they're changing the way we think about the universe.

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These two gumshoes can gather all the clues and tell us if the new Chip and Dale movie is worth seeing.  No, not Don and John! Tad Stones was around for the first Rescue Rangers series, and Jerry Beck has made a living out of studying cartoons.