"Jason Ellis Show" co-host, comic, and NY Times best-selling writer Mike Tully hosts a weekly interview show that is equal parts funny and thought-provoking.
The venerable Canadian broadcaster discusses "The Ongoing History of New Music."
Mother Jones senior editor and author Michael Mechanic discusses "Jackpot: How the Super-Rich Really Live—and How Their Wealth Harms Us All".
Author Jess McHugh discusses "Americanon: An Unexpected U.S. History in Thirteen Bestselling Books."
Bizarre Albums podcast host Tony Thaxton returns - in studio! - for a look at novelty songs that went to the top of the charts, from the 1940's all the way to the present day.
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Dr. Edie Widder discusses a career spent studying deep sea bioluminescence.
Mark McGrath returns for a look back at more new music releases from June 1981. Visit MarkMcGrath.com and Patreon.com/MikeTully!
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Inspired by a conversation on last week's show. Thanks for listening everyone! Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs and get a full track listing for this and other music episodes at Patreon.com/MikeTully!
For the first time in over a year, Mark McGrath is back IN STUDIO for a look at the notable new music releases from this month in 1981. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs.
Inspired by a conversation on a recent episode, a look at the origins of an indie sub-genre also known as "bedroom pop." Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs!
Author, independent journalist, and former Bernie Sanders speechwriter David Sirota discusses his work with TheDailyPoster.com and his 2011 book "Back to Our Future - How the 1980’s Explains the World We Live in Now - Our Culture, Our Politics, Our Everything.”
Fresh off an appearance on "The Masked Singer," Mark McGrath returns for a comprehensive roundup of new music releases from April 1981. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs!
From the 60's through the 90's, a look back at some of history's most dubious Grammy winners. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath and Sugar Ray needs!
The Columbia professor, scientist, and author discusses his latest book. For more information visit DrCarlHart.com
A long overdue hang with the People's Champ - and the first in-person Tully Show in a year! Visit Jessimae.com for all your Jessimae Peluso needs!
Anthropologist and author James Suzman discusses the past, present, and future of human labor.
Peter Cozzens discusses his latest book "Tecumseh and the Prophet: The Shawnee Brothers Who Defied a Nation," plus how this story fits into the larger history of the American West.
Mark McGrath returns for a look at new and noteworthy albums released this month 40 years ago. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs!
Bizarre Albums podcast host Tony Thaxton returns for a look at some 80's and 80's movie soundtrack musical lowlights.
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Mark McGrath joins for a continuing series! This week, a look back at notable new music releases from January 1981. Visit MarkMcGrath.com for all your Mark McGrath needs and support The Tully Show by visiting Patreon.com/MikeTully!
MIT professor Jennifer S. Light discusses her book, "States of Childhood: From the Junior Republic to the American Republic, 1895-1945." Read the book FREE at mitpress.mit.edu
Mark McGrath joins for a look at the surprising number of musical acts who have borne an uncanny similarity to The Boss. Visit MarkMcGrath.com!