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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 94 - Scott Lauber

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 03/14/2023

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 147 - Art Caplan on the 2024 Olympics show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 147 - Art Caplan on the 2024 Olympics

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Bioethicist Art Caplan says there are a lot of health challenges at the Olympics, starting with swimming in the sewer that is the Seine River. Also, are we all ready for retirement?

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Lee Upton, author of "Tabitha, Get Up!", talks about creating her comic novel about a biographer who takes on two clients and, through a series of misadventures, writes about neither one of them.

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Music historian Bill Trousdale says the "Northern Soul" music played by regional bands in Central Pennsylvania in the 60s and 70s had a ripple effect on music trends across the country and around the world

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French author Marcel Proust wrote only one novel in his career, In Search of Lost Time. This seven-volume tome is regarded by some - including Princeton professor emeritus Michael Wood - to be one of the best novels ever written.

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He's a professer emeritus of English and comparative literature at Princeton. But Michael Wood is also a fan of the cinema, especially the films of Alfred Hitchcock, and that's because, with Hitch, truth can be elusive.

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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Episode 142 - Carl Parker's 2024 Summer Weather Outlook show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Episode 142 - Carl Parker's 2024 Summer Weather Outlook

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Another wild-weather summer is on tap, featuring hurricanes, tornadoes, extreme heat, and wildfires. Meteorologist Carl Parker of the Weather Channel says anything is possible - but it's also possible to tackle climate change in your own backyard.

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What wine should you have with dinner? What wine's good for just relaxing at the end of the day? Eric Jorgensen of WineBusiness.com says wines aren't really confusing if you keep a few simple facts in mind.

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In less than a month, MeTV Toons will premiere! Cartoon historian Jerry Beck is putting it all  together, and he talked exclusively on the Innertube about his plans to feature cartoons from all phases of animation history.

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Chef and author Joy Stocke is back! John tells Joy how her Russian Potato Salad was the hit of a party! Joy reveals her recipe for home-made Rice-A-Roni! And everyone marvels at the versatility of pickle relish!

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Our old pal Mat Kaplan of the Planetary Society has just returned from the 2024 Humans to Mars Summit, and he's happy to tell us exactly how close we are to colonizing the Red Planet. 

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Baseball will be differerent this year - pitchers and batters are on a time clock, infielders have to stay in their positions, and the bases are bigger! Scott Lauber, baseball writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, tells us how this will affect the game.