Downtown Show with Rich Kimball
In just over three years, Downtown with Rich Kimball has become the most talked-about radio show in the State of Maine. A national caliber guest list, coupled with host Rich Kimball's nearly four decades of experience has created a program unlike any other on the dial. Drawing heavily from the Boston area sports scene, featuring Rich's insight into University of Maine athletics, and also branching out to discuss current events, music, movies, television, and more, Downtown has become a meeting place for listeners of all ages.
Each day you hear from the people who cover the teams on a regular basis, like Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald, Sports Illustrated's David Epstein and Jay Jaffe, Comcast's Lou Merloni and A. Sherrod Blakely, play-by-play voices like ESPN's Dan Shulman and Sean McDonough, Dave O'Brien of the Red Sox, Bob Socci of the Patriots, and Celtics broadcaster Mike Gorman. Mix in legends like Frank Deford of HBO's Real Sports, Rick Reilly of ESPN, Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe, and beloved athletes like Derek Sanderson, Rico Petrocelli, and Patriots Hall of Famer Troy Brown, along with University of Maine coaches and players, sportswriters and sportscasters from Maine and the entire nation.
Downtown also brings you conversations with musicians like Eddie Money, Vanilla Ice, David Cassidy, Gregg Allman, Micky Dolenz, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Petula Clark, actors Jeff Daniels of "The Newsroom", John Slattery of "Mad Men", Mike Farrell of "MASH", Academy Award nominee David Strathairn, actor/director Mark Duplass, comedians Mike Birbiglia, Michael Ian Black, filmmaker Ken Burns, “Amazing Race” host Phil Koeghan and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, just to name a few.
Watch Downtown live at Season’s restaurant each weekday from 4-6 p.m. and hear it over the airwaves on The Pulse, AM 620 WZON. Smart sports talk and Maine’s best guest each day, coupled with daily segments like the “Downtown Calendar”, “Tweets of the Day”, “The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly”, and “Ask Downtown”!
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