Weekdays5:30am–9:00am

Podcasts

The Daily Podcast (11/16)

This morning we came in on a seriously disgusting commute but it didn't come close top the disaster that was yesterday's going home. We recounted our tales of woe from that, including a camel tow that interrupted Dave's, heard about Thanksgiving ice cream and interviewed several different people throughout the show. David Frei of The…

The Daily Podcast (11/15)

Today on the show we celebrated John's 36th anniversary of working in radio, which he decided to combine with "Thirsty Thursday" (a phrase "he" coined)! We handed out free beer all show long for the occasion, heard about a study involving our mothers' sex partners, talked to George Martin's son Giles about his involvement in…

Comedian Sasheer Zamata Podcast

Yet another first-time comic on the show today! She is Sasheer Zamata (formerly of SNL) and she's in town performing at Punch Line Philly this week. She told us about her boyfriend breaking her bed, making the move to L.A. from New York, and formerly working at Disney World as various characters. Check her out!

The Daily Podcast (11/14)

Today's show took on a life of its own after John overheard Dave and Intern Khaleesi talking about "Thirsty Thursday." John claimed he created the phrase, which launched the entire morning off course into a debate over where it originated and if John in fact was the inventor. Buckle up!

The Daily Podcast (11/13)

Today we started things out by testing Steve's lyrical mastery of a fast-paced classic rock song, Carrie Nork Minelli of PARX Casino checked in with some good news for the upcoming Turkey Drop, we talked the new Beatles Remasters coming out, paid tribute to Stan Lee and hit the phones to hear everyone's Thanksgiving "elephant…

The Daily Podcast (11/12)

We tried to ignore the debacle at the Linc last night and heard John's review of Bohemian Rhapsody. Neil Young's birthday is today and we celebrated despite his house burning down (again). We shared 4 random facts, tried to explain 2001: A Space Odyssey, and "thinned the herd" of stupidty. Listen and try to forget…