Feb. 7, 2023
Everything, everywhere, all at once! It's more than just a movie title! Physicist and philosopher David Wallace says it's a good interpretation of science's quantum theory.
Jan. 31, 2023
And now, fresh from a history-making appearance in Dubai and Abu-Dhabi, it's bio-ethicist Art Caplan! Art's helping the United Arab Emirates develop ethical guidelines for an emerging health care sector.
Jan. 24, 2023
Back in June of 2020, with the world in the throes of the COVID lockdown, we asked movie critic Carrie Rickey to suggest what to binge.
Jan. 17, 2023
After 65 years, police have identified Joseph Zarelli, Philadelphia's "Boy in the Box," thanks to DNA technology. Forensic psychologist Katherie Ramsland says this opens the door to solutions for many more unsolved cases.
Jan. 10, 2023
Here's your chance to meet singer-songwriter Olivia Farabaugh! You'll get a preview of the latest single from her album "Transparent," and hear about her efforts to raise awareness of CIRS and the importance of mental health.
Jan. 3, 2023
So, last week we told you that Don and John consider the World Series run by the Phillies the highlight of 2022. It was! But they came up with this list of 2022 Innertube interviews they think are just as good!
Dec. 27, 2022
According to John and Don, the highlight of 2022 was the Phillies getting into the World Series. Lifelong Phillies fan Kristen Graham wore a Phillies jersey in Houston, and talks about that experience and more.
Dec. 23, 2022
Here's a special stocking-stuffer just for you, courtesy of the Musical Innertube Volume 1 -- the story of how an elf named Caroline saved Christmas and saw her name go down in history
Dec. 20, 2022
Jason Wright uses telescopes and other high-tech equipment to search for exoplanets. And he's director of the Penn State Extraterrestrial Intelligence Center, looking for life on those exoplanets.
Dec. 13, 2022
Paul Offit, who's on the FDA advisory committee for COVID vaccinations, gives an update on where we stand today on those shots (hint: he says you really don't need another booster).
Dec. 6, 2022
Steve Schwartz and Doug Wilburne have crafted the perfect Christmas gift: 33 fantastic Christmas songs to infuse you with holiday cheer and help the homeless at the same time. It's available now at joytotheburg.com.
Nov. 29, 2022
Its world premiere took place on Thanksgiving Day-now it's your turn to experience "False Pretenses," Andrew Fountain's debut feature. Listen as Andrew talks about making the film, then go to the website to watch it!
Nov. 22, 2022
Do you know about Sarah Hale? She's a big reason we celebrate Thanksgiving. And, Plymouth, MA did not necessarily host the first Thanksgiving. Here's Melanie Kirkpatrick to tell us all about Sarah Hale and Thanksgiving.
Nov. 15, 2022
Edward Hopper: An American Love Story is a film where the artist Hopper meets the filmmaker Phil Grabsky. It's a loving look at the art & artist-and his long-neglected wife-by a man who considers film itself to be an art.
Nov. 8, 2022
In 375 BC, the philosopher Plato wrote Republic; in it, Socrates says democracy leads to tyranny. Dr. Lantern Jack, a doctor of ancient philosophy, says democracy during Plato's time can teach us about American politics.
Nov. 1, 2022
Here we are again, coming up on another election that will determine the fate of America! Dick Polman looks at the claims, the ads and the debates that are coloring the contest -- and ruining the World Series!
Oct. 25, 2022
Folklorist Cory Hutcheson is back to tell us about the witches that live among us today! (Don and John's Halloween suggestion: buy a bottle of Pine-Sol and head for the crossroads!)
Oct. 18, 2022
From Oct 15, 2020: What are the challenges facing radio newscasters in today's 24-hour, non-stop news cycle? WBAL Radio news anchor Robert Lang says there are fewer of them, and there's lots more to do.
Oct. 11, 2022
From Jul 9, 2020: Nell McCormack Abom is a journalist and head of her own public relations firm. She talks about the state of the media, television news, and the perfect Pennsylvania vacation spot.
Oct. 4, 2022
From Jul 2, 2020: Meet Glenn Hamilton, a radio personality and Program Director, who talks about the now and the future of radio. Plus, he's a pretty fair musician to boot!
Sept. 27, 2022
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."
Sept. 20, 2022
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.
Sept. 13, 2022
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.
Sept. 6, 2022
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 abou…