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# 156: 1985, The Music and Headlines (Full Two Hours)


2:02:41 minutes (112.32 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion.

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
"Shout" - Tears for Fears
"We Built This City" - Jefferson Airplane Starship
"Don't You Forget About Me" - Simple Minds
"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
"Neutron Dance" - The Pointer Sisters
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret "Shug" Avery
"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
"Miami Vice" Theme - Jan Hammer
"Moonlighting" Theme - Al Jarreau
"According to Our New Arrivals" - Leon Redbone
"A View to Kill" - Duran Duran
"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits

(Hour 2)
"Take On Me" - A Ha
"Rhythm of the Night" - DeBarge
"You Spin Me (Like a Record)" - Dead or Alive
"Everybody Wants To Rule The World" - Tears for Fears
"Easy Lover" - Phil Collins & Philip Bailey
"Obsession" - Animotion
"Turn Up The Radio" - Autograph
"Man In Motion" - John Parr
"Smooth Operator" - Sade
"Living In America" - James Brown
"We Are The World" - USA for Africa (a.k.a. Pick an a-list musical artist that was VERY popular in 1985, and chances were that they volunteered themselves for duty for this Award-winning, fund-raising song, which raised $ 50 million for famine relief in Ethiopia)

COLUMBUS in 1985:
- The Columbus Citizen-Journal ceases publication.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers
NBA: Los Angeles Lakers (Magic vs. Larry, Round III)

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 2 of 2)


59:28 minutes (54.46 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion. Magic's Lakers beat Larry's Celtics in the NBA Finals in six games, and "That Team Up North" beat the B*ckeyes in the Big House, after the B*ckeyes got upset by Wisconsin, following an upset of # 1-ranked Iowa at the Shoe. The Columbus Citizen-Journal Newspaper was laid to rest, after attempts to buy the fledgling newspaper came up millions of dollars short.

EMMY AWARDS:
Comedy Series - The Cosby Show (NBC)
Drama Series - Cagney & Lacey (CBS)
Limited Series -
Made for TV Movie -
Daytime Drama - The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Actor, Comedy Series - Robert Guillaume, Benson (ABC)
Actress, Comedy Series - Jane Curtin, Kate & Allie (CBS)
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series - John Larroquette, Night Court (NBC)
Supporting Actress, Comedy Series - Rhea Perlman, Cheers (NBC)
Actor, Drama Series - William Daniels, St. Elsewhere (NBC)
Actress, Drama Series - Tyne Daly, Cagney & Lacey (CBS)
Supporting Actor, Drama Series - Edward James Olmos, Miami Vice (NBC)
Supporting Actress, Drama Series - Betty Thomas, Hill Street Blues (NBC)
Actor, Limited Series/Movie/Special - Richard Crenna, The Rape of Richard Beck (NBC)
Supporting Actor, Limited Series/Movie/Special - Karl Malden, Fatal Vision (NBC)
Actor, Daytime Drama - Darnell Williams, All My Children (ABC)
Actress, Daytime Drama - Kim Zimmer, Guiding Light (CBS)

# 156: 1985, The Music & Headlines (Part 1 of 2)


59:54 minutes (54.86 MB)

Tonight on the show, we are headed back in our DeLorean to 1985.
“Back to the Future” was the highest-grossing film. Ronald Reagan began his second term as U.S. President. Mikhail Gorbachev was appointed as Soviet Premier after the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Actor Rock Hudson would become the first celebrity to acknowledge that he had AIDS. “We Are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” helped raise awareness on the world around us, especially in Africa. “The Cosby Show” was the # 1 show on television, and won big at the Emmys. “Miami Vice” helped popularize both music and fashion. And Columbus bid farewell to the Columbus Citizen-Journal.

Sports Champions:
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers
World Series: Kansas City Royals
Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers
NBA Finals: Los Angeles Lakers (Magic > Larry...again)
NCAA Men's Tournament: Villanova Wildcats
NCAA Women's Tournament: Old Dominion Lady Monarchs
The Game: Michigan
Local High School Football: St. Francis DeSales Stallions (Division III) and Newark Catholic Green Wave (Division V)

SONG LIST:
(Hour # 1)
"The Power of Love" - Huey Lewis and the News
"Shout" - Tears for Fears
"We Built This City" - Jefferson Airplane Starship
"Don't You Forget About Me" - Simple Minds
"Glory Days" - Bruce Springsteen
"Neutron Dance" - The Pointer Sisters
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret "Shug" Avery
"The Boys of Summer" - Don Henley
"Miami Vice" Theme - Jan Hammer
"Moonlighting" Theme - Al Jarreau
"According to Our New Arrivals" - Leon Redbone
"A View to Kill" - Duran Duran
"One Night in Bangkok" - Murray Head
"Brothers in Arms" - Dire Straits

1985 (The People's History): http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1985.html#events
1985 (Spiffy): http://www.spiffy-entertainment.com/1985mem.html
1985 (In the '80s): http://www.inthe80s.com/time1985.shtml
1985 (1980s Flashback): http://www.1980sflashback.com/1985/news.asp

Christmas Specials In July '15 Promo


0:40 minutes (630.65 KB)

# 154: 1955 - Music (& Headlines)


59:12 minutes (54.22 MB)

Tonight on the show, we're traveling back to 1955, with some of the songs from that year.

SONG LIST:
"Rock Around the Clock" - Bill Haley and the Comets
"Only You" - The Platters
"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" - Perez Prado
"Wake the Town and Tell The People" - Les Baxter
"Autumn Leaves" - Roger Williams
"Mr. Sandman" - The Chordettes
"Love and Marriage" - Dinah Shore
"Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" - The Four Aces
"The Rock and Roll Waltz" - Kay Starr
"Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford
"Unchained Melody" - Al Hibbler
"The Ballad of Davy Crockett" - Bill Hayes
"The Man With The Golden Arm" - Richard Maltby
"Sincerely" - The McGuire Sisters
"Earth Angel" - The Penguins
"I'm A Man" - Bo Diddley
"Blue Star (Theme from 'Medic')" - Victor Young
"Yellow Rose of Texas" - Stan Freberg
"Whatever Lola Wants" - Les Baxter
"Melody of Love" - Billy Vaughn

1955, The People's History: http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1955.html
1955 in Television: http://fifties1950s.com/1955tv.htm
1955 Tidbits: http://thepeoplehistory.blogspot.com/2007/10/air-pollution-control-act.html
1955 in Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/libbyandbbonnie/the-year-1955/
1955 from Info "NOT A SOURCE" Please: http://www.infoplease.com/year/1955.html

1955 Promo (July 20)


0:31 minutes (483.31 KB)

Promo for July 20th "The DJBC Happy Hour"

# 144: The Kentucky Fried Radio III


59:10 minutes (54.18 MB)

In this broadcast:
- "Fun With AdvoCare" is a parody of the "Fun With Flags" vlogcast from the TV sitcom "The Big Bang Theory", poking fun at B*ckeye QB Braxton Miller's Instagram party foul.
- "Coming Soon" previews "Foodie Wars" (a "Hunger Games"-type movie) and "Undisputed", a film about the 2014 B*ckeye National Championship run (that soon)
- A parody of our brother WCRS program "Sports Unfiltered".
- Plus more

EVENTS:
- Earth Day (April 18-25; Celebration at Columbus Commons on April 25; http://www.earthdaycolumbus.org)
- Candidates' Night (April 14 at 6PM; The Neighborhood House: 1000 Atcheson St., King-Lincoln)
- Smart City Reception III (April 16 at 5:30PM; The Columbus Museum of Art; 480 E. Broad St., Discovery District; RSVP by Friday April 10)
- B.R.A.V.E. Exhibition (until April 19; King Arts Complex: 867 Mount Vernon Avenue, King-Lincoln and McConnell Arts Center: 777 Evening St., Worthington; as mentioned in Show # 142)
- Gallery Hop (April 4)
- Refer to March/April Networking Calendar on http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com for April Networking Events

VOTE:
- Columbus Monthly Best of Columbus (until April 10)
WCRS-FM (write-in option/"Other") for Favorite Radio Station

- (614) Magazine ColumBEST Awards (until March 31)
WCRS-FM (write-in) for Radio Station
DJBC or Bryan (either one as a write-in), DJBC Adventures (write-in), Best Local Blogger

# 139: The DJBC Valentine's Sock Hop Happy Hour


59:24 minutes (54.39 MB)

Tonight, it's Love Songs from the 1950s, just in time for Valentine's Day. Grab your guy or gal, and dance with him/her for the next hour.

SONG LIST:
"Chanson D'Amour" - Art & Dotty Todd (1959)
"Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" - Jimmie Rodgers (1957)
"Little Darlin'" - The Diamonds (1957)
"The Twelfth of Never" - Johnny Mathis (1957)
"True Love Ways" - Buddy Holly (1959)
"Sugartime" - The McGuire Sisters (1958)
"The Rock and Roll Waltz" - Kay Starr (1955)
"I'm Falling In Love Again" - Jimmie Rodgers (1958)
"Everybody Loves a Lover" - Doris Day (1958)
"My Truly, Truly Fair" - Guy Mitchell (1951)
"April Love" - Pat Boone (1957)
"Only You (And You Alone)" - The Platters (1955)
"Be My Love" - Mario Lanza (1951)
"Love Me Tender" - Elvis Presley (1956)
"Mona Lisa" - Carl Mann (1959) - cover of "Mona Lisa" (Nat King Cole, 1950)
"To Know Him, Is To Love Him" - The Teddy Bears (1958)
"I Only Have Eyes For You" - The Flamingos (1959)
"Melody of Love" - Billy Vaughn (1955)

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# 138: The DJBC Big Easy Happy Hour


59:38 minutes (54.6 MB)

Tonight on the show, the music of New Orleans and Mardi Gras is featured as Fat Tuesday nears during the height of Mardi Gras Season in New Orleans.

# 137: The Birthday Party of the King/The DJBC Elvis Happy Hour


59:20 minutes (54.33 MB)

Tonight, we celebrate 80 years of the King of Rock and roll with 18 songs made famous by Elvis Presley.

SONG LIST:
"Jailhouse Rock" - Michael Park/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Peace In the Valley" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Can't Help Falling In Love" - UB40
"Viva Las Vegas" - Elvis Presley
"Crying in the Chapel" - Rex Allen
"Loving You" - Ken Ard/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Hound Dog" - B.J. Crosby/Smokey Joe's Cafe
"Heartbreak Hotel" - Elvis Presley
"A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On" - Jerry Lee Lewis
"Long Tall Sally" - Million Dollar Quartet
"That's All Right" - Million Dollar Quartet
"Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson
"Snowbird" - Anne Murray
"Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
"Rags to Riches" - Tony Bennett
"Hawaiian Wedding Song" - Ken Delo; Lawrence Welk
"If I Can Dream" - Elvis Presley
"I Can Help" - Billy Swan

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