I've shared some fantastic conversations this holiday season about Christmas entertainment. I've been fortunate enough to be asked to participate in several podcasts over the last several weeks. If you've got some down time during the holidays, give these a listen and join the conversation. While I've been posting the links to these podcasts on my social networking sites, I'd like to provide all the links here as well. These podcasts are all free--so enjoy!
Jim Inman Jr. and I spoke about A Charlie Brown Christmas' 50th anniversary and some holiday movie shooting locations. Click HERE for the link to that audio recording.
I was also invited to return to the show "At Home with Holmsey" to talk with Johnny and Helen Holmes. They are two of my favorite people with terrific spirits. Our conversation was broadcast on the old time radio network Radio Once More--but can also be heard at your convenience at the Holmsey Blog HERE at this link. We discuss the 1963 Christmas episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show, the 1973 TV movie Miracle on 34th Street, the classic animated TV special Santa Claus is Comin' to Town, the 1964 Christmas episode of The Flintstones, and more!
Last but not least, I invite you to listen to the Made for TV Mayhem Show. I join Amanda Reyes and Daniel Budnik in 2 podcasts about our favorite holiday entertainment. In the first podcast, we discuss the 1972 TV movie Home for the Holidays and the 1988 TV movie A Very Brady Christmas. In the second podcast, we discuss the 1991 British TV movie Bernard and the Genie and our favorite holiday specials. The Made for TV Mayhem Shows are available through iTunes and at the Made for TV Mayhem Podcast website. HERE is the link for Show #1 and HERE is the link for Show #2.
While you're at it, you should just follow along with all of these podcasters all year long. Here are passionate discussions of classic film and TV entertainment to enjoy throughout the year. If you'd like to add to the conversations you hear in any of these holiday podcasts, you can leave your comments on this website or at the websites with the audio links. Thanks for listening.