Brian and Leon, will blow your mind with their witty and thorough knowledge of everything that you can put a price tag on. Listen every week on your local public radio station.
Someone with a rare and valuable FDR letter, a Bob Timberlake print (which we probably get wrong), and a special guest with a hobby and fascination (some would say obsession) in collecting old television shows. How in the heck do you do that? Tune in and you’ll find out.
Q: What US pottery that produced a line called Dicken’s Ware around 1905 was reported to be the world’s largest art pottery?
Q: Authentic GI Joe’s feature a deformity. What is it?
Those Were the Days
1970 The 5 most popular shows in 1970 were:
We saw the introduction of Krazy Glue, the Boeing Jumbo 747 (no relation to Krazy Glue), and the Tote Folding umbrella (no relation to the Jumbo jet). The Yankees did NOT win the pennant, but the NY Knicks won the NBA! (Yes, they actually won one.)
Saying of the Week
It’s not easy being green.
Kermit the Frog (one of his first utterances as the star of a fledgling empire called “The Muppets)
Song Clip: The Supreme’s “Someday We’ll Be Together” or Bridge Over Trouble Water or Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head (wasn’t that Kermit’s song?)