We’re taking the RadioBDC Sessions on the road again, this time to The North Face on Newbury St. See Oscar, who is supporting MS MR and Bloc Party at the House of Blues, on Thursday, June 2. Click here to RSVP to this one-of-a-kind RadioBDC Session, presented by The North Face.
Arlington Catholic hockey coach Dan Shine is back with in-depth coverage of the 2015 MIAA Division 1-A Super Eight Tournament. Fans of high school hockey can hear the report with me on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 p.m., or click through for the podcast. More
Yes, Wednesday is usually Henry in the Grub day. But with the weather being what it’s been this winter, any day I can get a guest in safely for a visit in Henry in the Grub day. Today, it was Tempo Bistro Chef/owner Nathan Sigel stopping by with delicious cupcakes to celebrate their 10th anniversary. More
In Douglas Wynne‘s third novel “Red Equinox,” the action, adventure–and terror–are centered in and around Boston. Famous landmarks like the Back Bay Fens, Mass. Ave. bridge, Christian Science Plaza, and Bunker Hill Monument play host to scenes of supernatural horror. I talked to the author about how he chose these settings, his love of Lovecraft (how do YOU pronounce the cthulhu on Doug’s shirt?) and more. More
Blur are back with an announcement to release a new album entitled “The Magic Whip” on April 27th. The follow up to 2003’s “Think Tank” was recorded in Hong Kong with long time producer Stephen Street, who produced some of the band most memorable albums, including “Parklife” and the self titled “Blur” More
Sarah Rodman from the Boston Globe was in studio this morning to talk TV. We got caught up on Better Call Saul, The McCarthys, The Blacklist, The Goldbergs, The Sex Box and more.
The animators of the cartoon sitcom “Bob’s Burgers” collaborated with Sleater-Kinney for a cartoon treatment of “A New Wave”. In the clip, the animated trio join the Belcher kids for a wild dance party in Tina’s room. Watch the video below. More
Every Thursday morning at 9:15, tune in for the CAPS Report on RadioBDC with Phil DiSalvio, Dean of the College of Advancing and Professional Studies at UMass Boston. More
For the first in what will hopefully be a series of guest DJ segments, I welcomed Luke O’Neil to the RadioBDC studios to play a spin a set of emo. You see, Luke’s playing at Brick and Mortar in Cambridge tonight at nine for Emo Night. We talked all things emo, the finer points of parking space-savers, and how we’re not actually “DJing.” Listen to the podcast, then check out Luke’s playlist. More
Bruins head west, lose a bunch of games. I feel like this happened earlier this season. With the NHL trade deadline looming, is there help in sight? Or is there a greater issue at hand? I asked Kevin Paul Dupont from the Boston Globe. More