|01/16/2016||01:06:06||More with Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert on pt 2 of this ’86 show. They set up a date wit their producer Sharon. TV critic Steve Daley compares TV to the movies. They take some calls. Buzz KIlman talks about Jonathan Demme & his appearance in Something Wild. Buzz to Demme to see the Talking Heads for the first time. He later make a movie with them!||Roger Ebert, Buzz Kilman, Gene Siskel, Jonathan Demme, Steve & Garry, Siskel and Ebert, The Loop 97.9, Talking Heads|
Richard Lewis is in studio for part 1 of this 1988 AM1000 show. Steve doesn’t want to admit he's old yet, Geraldo go beaten up by skinheads. Richard gets defensive when they bring up a Roger Ebert review on him, plus Carrie with news, & Drive in reviews.
|Richard Lewis, Roger Ebert, Ocean Spray Nasal Spray, Geraldo, skinheads, prescriptions, Procol Harum, Elvis-like|
This is part two of the Steve & Garry radio play of “A Christmas Carol”, live from the Broadcast Museum. A cast of thousands brings to life their rendition of this holiday classic. "A Merry Christmas to us all; God bless us, every one!
|Steve Dahl, Kevin Matthews, Tom Thayer, Roger Ebert, Garry Meier, Buzz Kilman, Jim Shorts, Carrie Cochran, Bob Sirott, Rick Telander, Chef Andre, Linda MacLennan, Paul Blair, Paul Hogan, Wes Harrison|
|12/24/2013||00:00||This is part one of the Steve & Garry radio play of “A Christmas Carol”, live from the Broadcast Museum on WLUP AM 1000 in 1988. A cast of thousands (including Roger Ebert) brings to life their rendition of this holiday classic. "A Merry Christmas to us all; God bless us, every one!"||Roger Ebert, Tony Fitzpatrick, Stan Lawrence, Janet Davies, Joan Esposito, Leslie Keiling, Michael Sneed, Bruce Wolf, Pat Foley, Mike Tomczak, Rick Kaempfer, Gary Fencik, Michael Maggio, Sandy Stahl|
Today's show is a tribute to the great Roger Ebert.
|Steve Dahl, Roger Ebert, Garry Meier, Gene Siskel, Chicago, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, radio, University of Illinois, Hollywood, books, Steak and Shake, Chicago Sun-Times, syndication, contracts, film criticism, genius|