The Radio Dan Show: August 17th, 2018

Another 48HRS missing minutes, Star Trek 4 casting problems, MoviePass losses, Crazy Rich Asians, Mile 22, Alpha, The Wife, Juliet Naked, Blaze.

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10 Great Podcasts of 2018 (So Far)

The Industry

by Dan Delgado

Anytime I go to look for a new podcast it can become an intimidating chore. much like the days of selecting a VHS at a good ole Blockbuster Video, the selection can be completely overwhelming. In an attempt to help alleviate some of that stress I am providing you (free of charge!) a list of podcasts that I have really enjoyed this year. Here they are, in no particular order.

Uncivil

This is a show that really belongs on a list from last year but I didn’t discover it until 2018 so it’s here. Uncivil is a show that takes a look at the Civil War and dispels some of the myths that have been built around. Education and eye opening, each episode tells you something you didn’t know but probably should have. And hey look at that logo, it won a Peabody!

Check out Uncivil here

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6. The Legend of Supertrain

The Industry

 The fall season for NBC in the 1978-79 season was a disaster. It was such a wreck that virtually of their fall debuts were gone by the time January rolled around. However, hope was on the horizon. For the last place network, they had an ace up their sleeve that they could not wait to play. That was called Supertrain, a super expensive, super marketed, super show that couldn’t miss. Until it did. The failure of Supertrain is of legendary proportions. A failure that all other giant television failures would become measured against. Was it really that expensive? Was it really that bad? And did it really almost bankrupt NBC? We talk to Supertrain Superfan Tony Cook to sort out the truth.

Visit Tony’s Supertrain website here.

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The Industry: Cliff Robertson Will Not Be Silenced

In 1977 actor Cliff Robertson received a notice in the mail saying he owed taxes a $10,000 payment he received from Columbia Pictures. The only problem was he hadn’t worked for Columbia Pictures in the previous year.

What followed uncovered embezzlement, a corporate power struggle, and the blackballing of the man who started it all and would not stop talking about it.

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