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8/29/2017


My Comments to the FCC Regarding the Removal of Net Neutrality Rules

Filed under: General, News — Charlie Summers @ 7:11 pm

Submitted to the FCC in reference to Proceeding 17-108; specifically referencing comments by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai saying that what matters is the quality, not the quantity of the comments, preferring a single well-argued legal brief over potentially millions of common citizens demanding of the FCC basic protections:

I realize you are on-record preferring a well-crafted legal brief, but I am not a lawyer. I am just one of the citizens whose rights you are sworn to protect. Just some guy who doesn’t want to see my connection to ANY server, using ANY protocol, throttled because I am not using one of the paid services of my Internet provider - which, of course, in the vast majority of the country has no competition in the marketplace. Someone who depends on the FCC to by rule-making govern the public trusts under your control to the benefit of all citizens, not just a few corporations.

The idea that the governed would even need to argue for simple fairness in packet-sharing, something so basic to the proper functioning of the Internet, is astounding to me. Why Net Neutrality would be something to abolish makes no sense to any rational person with any understanding of the basics of how the Internet works.

And that the United States, the country who INVENTED the connection protocols that allow computers all over the world to be interconnected into this thing we call the Internet would even consider placing the whim of the few corporations controlling access over the desperate need of all of its citizens is truly an embarrassment to us all.

But then, I am not a lawyer, and this is not a well-crafted legal brief, so I assume it is your intention to completely ignore my comments. After all, why would I matter? I’m just a guy who is part of the public in public trust.

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7/20/2017


David Broder on The Bob Edwards Show

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 9:59 pm

From the very first program, David Broder was a fixture. The very first guest, he and Bob discussed the upcoming election and other political issues; and I, of course, came to depend on Mr. Broder’s weekly examination of politics on The Bob Edwards Show. I frequently referred to, “my favorite segment of my favorite show,” a not-to-be-missed start to my work week. Not being good with change, I never did quite get used to hearing him on Friday mornings instead of his Monday appearances.

But on the program’s sixth anniversary, October 4th of 2010, Bob sat down in the studio to discuss not politics, but David Broder. The hour is a fascinating retrospective of an incredible career, and we can be grateful this interview took place, because it wasn’t long after that Mr. Broder was no longer with us.

From the introduction:

Today our little radio program is six years old and we thank you for sustaining us through these hard times. So to celebrate our entering a seventh year, we happy few, we band of six brothers and four sisters devote the full hour to the man who has been an important part of our history.

Washington Post columnist David Broder was my first guest on our first show back in 2004 and he has been analyzing politics for us every week of our existence. Broder is the Pulitzer Prize-winning dean of Washington political reporters going back to the Eisenhower years of the 1950’s. That’s before our current President was even born in Hawaii or Kenya or Venus or wherever the wingnuts are saying this week.

So sit back and let Bob Edwards guide you through a retrospective of the career of David Broder, Dean of the Washington Press Corps.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Monday October 4th, 2010: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Monday October 4th, 2010 [59:22m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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5/29/2017


Frank Deford, legendary sportswriter and commentator, dies at 78

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 2:46 pm

From The Washington Post: Frank Deford, legendary sportswriter and commentator, dies at 78

To even try to list the accomplishments of this sportswriter would take too much space, space I’d rather devote to the man himself. Most of us who aren’t sports fanatics first met Deford on Morning Edition, and he quickly became one of the few sportswriter this non-fan actually looked forward to hearing.

In 2012, Bob Edwards sat down with him in the studio to discuss his memoir, Over Time: My Life as a Sportswriter. He was introduced:

After sixteen books about other people—both real and imagined—Frank Deford has finally written one about himself. A member of the sportwriters hall of fame, Deford has written about every athlete worth knowing about for the last fifty years. He is probably the most widely respected sports journalist alive today-but also a novelist, screenwriter and broadcaster. He is the senior contributing writer at Sports Illustrated, appears on Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel on HBO and is heard each Wednesday on NPR’s Morning Edition. His memoir is titled Over Time.

The poignancy now of Bob’s last question, one Deford clearly appreciated, is both filled with reflection and completely uplifting. The program starts with Diana Henriques on her book The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust, but the bulk of the hour contains one more visit with Frank Deford…script/roadmap included.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Tuesday May 22nd, 2012: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Tuesday May 22nd, 2012 [54:34m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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4/6/2017


Don Rickles, lightning-fast launcher of comic insults, dies at 90

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 2:20 pm

From The Washington Post: Don Rickles, lightning-fast launcher of comic insults, dies at 90

I say this with all love and respect, having been a fan of your work for as long as I can remember: “Get outta here, you Hockey Puck!”

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3/19/2017


Jimmy Breslin, Legendary New York City Newspaper Columnist, Dies at 88

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 11:03 am

From The New York Times: Jimmy Breslin, Legendary New York City Newspaper Columnist, Dies at 88

Back in 2008, Bob Edwards in Washington, D.C. and Jimmy Breslin in New York sat down for a conversation about his book The Good Rat: A True Story; but as was usual in Edwards’ interviews, there was much more than just the book, with much of Breslin’s long career in journalism examined. From the introduction:

Sammy the Bull and Jimmy the Clam are not just characters in a book-they are real people who Jimmy Breslin has known and written about. Breslin is the Pullitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist who once wrote a novel called The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight. His new book is called The Good Rat: A True Story. It’s about a witness who testified against his fellow gangsters and lived to tell about it.

Script/roadmap from the paper archives included.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Thursday, February 28th, 2008: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Thursday, February 28th, 2008 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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3/13/2017


Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Author and Filmmaker, Dies at 51

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 6:55 pm

From the New York Times: Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Author and Filmmaker, Dies at 51

Earlier this month, Ms. Rosenthal published a piece in The New York Times titled, You May Want to Marry My Husband. Anyone who has faced cancer with a loved one, or indeed anyone with a pulse, cannot help but be moved reading that article, especially armed with the knowledge it is her last published work. But to celebrate her life and the gusto with which she lived it, I suggest listening to this 2012 conversation with Bob Edwards, a conversation held long before the diagnosis in 2015 that devastated the family, a conversation filled with joy and contemplation. From the introduction:

Best-selling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal has made a score of books for children. For the rest of us she’s made short videos you can see on YouTube. And though she says she’s on sabbatical, one suspects she’s making something else somewhere. For most of the next hour, she’s right here describing her missions—her connections with the universe-including the video called 17 things I made and the invitation to the general public to join her in a park and make an 18th thing. Rosenthal discusses creativity, getting something out of nothing, and why she does the things she does.

Script/roadmap included below.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Tuesday October 16th, 2012: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Tuesday October 16th, 2012 [59:30m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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11/15/2016


Mose Allison, jazz-blues musician, dead at 89

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 8:53 pm

From The Washington Post: Mose Allison, jazz-blues musician, dead at 89

In October of 2004, on only his second show for XM Satellite Radio, Bob Edwards visited with Mose Allison. From his introduction:

Mose Allison doesn’t spend a lot of time worrying about his place in music history. Record companies never got rich off his sales. None of his tunes ever reached the top of the charts. Still, Allison’s legacy is confirmed every time an admirer like Bonnie Raitt or Pete Townshend covers one of his songs. And there have been many. Allison credits his signature blend of jazz, blues and lyrical wit to his upbringing in the Delta town of Tippo, Mississippi.

That’s in the last segment of the program; this copy of the show came from a DAT recorded in-studio, which is why it sounds so good. Also, of course, I’ve included the program script/roadmap.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Tuesday October 5th, 2004: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Tuesday October 5th, 2004 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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11/11/2016


Obituary: Robert Vaughn

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 3:04 pm

From the BBC: Obituary: Robert Vaughn

I knew him as Napoleon Solo, my daughter as Albert Stroller. We will both miss him.

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Leonard Cohen, singer-songwriter of love, death and philosophical longing, dies at 82

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 1:52 am

From The Washington Post: Leonard Cohen, singer-songwriter of love, death and philosophical longing, dies at 82

Bob Edwards sat down in the studio with Leonard Cohen in 2006, and devoted a full hour to the man who crafted one of the finest lyrics of all time, Hallelujah. To remember and honor the man, I’ve included that show below along with the now-obligatory program script and roadmap. You may listen to it here with the built-in player, or download a copy and take it with you in your media player.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Friday, May 26th, 2006: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Friday, May 26th, 2006 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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11/7/2016


RIP Former Attorney General Janet Reno

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 11:54 am

From CNN: Janet Reno, first female US attorney general, dies

In September of 2007, Bob sat down with Ms. Reno, but this wasn’t a political discussion, rather one about music. From the show introduction:

I’ll talk with former Attorney General Janet Reno and music producer Ed Petterson. They have collected versions of popular songs that reflect the scope of American history. Reno hopes the three-cd set will be a teaching tool.

To remember Ms. Reno, the entire program is posted below, along with, of course, the show script.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Thursday, September 27th, 2007: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Thursday, September 27th, 2007 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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11/1/2016


The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 10:46 am

While James Comey’s FBI is under scrutiny, I thought we’d look back to another era, the days when J. Edgar Hoover ran the FBI with an iron fist, instilling fear in the hearts of citizens and politicians alike. In 2014, Bob Edwards interviewed John and Bonnie Raines and reporter Betty Medsger of the Washington Post; from the introduction:

…I’ll talk with John and Bonnie Raines who have finally come clean about a crime they committed in 1971. They were among the burglers who broke into the FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, stole the files and gave them to reporters and members of Congress. The files exposed illegal FBI actions against anti-war dissidents and civil rights activists. We’ll also hear from Betty Medsger of the Washington Post who wrote stories based on those files. Her new book on the burglary and the files is titled The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI.

All that is after a conversation with Los Angeles Times Washington columnist Doyle McManus discussing NAFTA in a much more civilized way than in the recent political campaign, and a short look at poet and activist Amiri Baraka.

If there are any shows you’d like to hear again, just let me know!

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Friday February 21st, 2014: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Friday February 21st, 2014 [59:30m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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10/20/2016


Another Cloud Storage Service Dies

Filed under: General, News, Cloud Storage — Charlie Summers @ 12:41 pm

A little after noon today I started going through my normal routine, “leveling-up” on the China free cloud storage service 360 Weiyun. But I noticed I couldn’t get the 10 points for file sharing, since it wouldn’t let me share a file. What’s worse, all of the other shares I set up seemed to have un-shared themselves.

I thought this might be some temporary interruption (I am, after all, using this from the United States), but I started doing a little research anyway, and eventually found my way to the forum. There, right at the top, I found the following (translation by Bing):

Dear 360 users:

Hello! 360 head set on the line since the Internet always strictly comply with the statutory and regulatory requirements, and continue to invest substantial human and material resources and technical resources, to crack down on illegal behavior. However, due to privacy of cloud storage, management complexity, some criminals use 360 cloud storage spread pirated, obscene, pornography, illegal files, such as engaging in illegal and criminal activities, serious violations of the legal rights of copyright owners, has brought great harm to the society.

After careful consideration we have tough decisions, closing 360 personal cloud service, Enterprise cloud services. Network disk storage, content validity and security is resolved no longer considered before recovery.

We are about to adopt the following measures:

  • 2016 Between October 20 and February 1, 2017 a member refund. Membership of users, regardless of the remaining days, full refund;

  • November 1, 2016 cloud upload service, upload, transfer and other data including write feature is turned off;

  • 2017 Year February 1, no longer keep cloud data, turn off all users of cloud services and empty data, please be sure to back up your data before downloading.

This has caused you any inconvenience, we apologize and thank you for all the way!

I should mention here that I have just under 100 terabytes of free space I have acquired over the years (97.4 T to be more precise). And it is there I have been storing my offline backups of all of The Bob Edwards Show archives.

And now, I am rather and officially screwed.

Edit: Oh, lord, it gets better; now the web interface won’t allow downloading any file larger than 50M. Of course, that means I can’t pull it to the linux box to put it anywhere else, and basically have to start all over uploading from my home slow aDSL. Really not happy with the Chinese right about now…

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9/22/2016


Edward Albee, Pulitzer-winning playwright, dies at 88

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 1:27 pm

From the Washington Post: Edward Albee, Pulitzer-winning playwright of modern masterpieces, dies at 88

In 2008, Mr. Albee sat down with Bob Edwards for a frank and engaging chat; from the introduction:

The bulk of our show today is given to one of the all-time greats of American theater. Playwright Edward Albee has won the Pulitzer Prize for drama three times, but none of those medals was for his greatest work - “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf,” a modern theater classic.

Included below is the complete show as well as the program script.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday March 5th, 2008: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday March 5th, 2008 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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8/31/2016


Daniel Schorr at 100

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 11:02 pm

Daniel Louis Schorr was born on August 31, 1916, one hundred years ago today. And the guy lived an amazing life, managing to cover the bulk of the 20th century; reading his own name on live television from Richard Nixon’s “enemies list,” joining Ted Turner’s fledgling news organization, commentating for National Public Radio, and writing bunches of books, including a few we have signed.

And on January 2nd, 2008, he spent the entire hour with Bob Edwards. Below is that interview in its entirety, along with the now-ubiquitous script.

(As a passing note, I also have the unedited interview taken from the DAT recorded in the studio and salvaged from destruction by Chad Campbell. Tomorrow I plan to listen, and if there are any nuggets not included in the broadcast interview, I’ll let you know.)

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday January 2nd, 2008: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday January 2nd, 2008 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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8/29/2016


RIP Gene Wilder

Filed under: News, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 6:14 pm

From CNN: Gene Wilder, star of ‘Willy Wonka,’ dead at 83

On March 16th, 2007 Bob Edwards interviewed journalist Ken Silverstein, actor Richard Dreyfuss, and the late actor/author/comedian Gene Wilder - what a day! From his introduction:

I’ll talk with Gene Wilder, one of our best comic actors ever, and he too has headed in a new direction. The onetime screen collaborator with Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor is a writer now. His first novel is titled, My French Whore: A Love Story.

They talk about the book, Gilda Radner, Wilder’s career, and pretty much anything else that comes to mind. I’ve included below the broadcast from March 28th, 2007, and the accompanying script.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday March 28th, 2007: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday March 28th, 2007 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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7/2/2016


RIP Elie Wiesel

Filed under: News, Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 8:16 pm

From CNN: Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate, dead at 87

In 2007, Bob Edwards hosted Mr. Wiesel for a full hour conversation. From the introduction:

My guest today is Elie Wiesel, a man who has spent nearly his entire life bearing witness to the worst that people can do to other human beings. Wiesel was just a boy when he was imprisoned by the German army, first at Auschwitz in southern Poland, then at Buchenwald in Germany. Thirteen years passed before he could write about it. When Wiesel’s generation passes, no one will be able to give a first hand account of the Holocaust. Perhaps that will cheer the Holocaust deniers—which currently include the President of Iran. Earlier this year another denier physically attacked Wiesel in San Francisco.

The complete program is below, along with a copy of the script used during the program.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday July 25th, 2007 [51:51m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday July 25th, 2007: Download

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5/17/2016


Guy Clark: Country songwriting legend dead at 74

Filed under: News, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 11:53 am

From Cleveland.com: Guy Clark: Country songwriting legend dead at 74

Back in March of 2005, Bob Edwards sat down in the studio for a conversation with Mr. Clark to talk about his folk and blues influences, his childhood in Texas and his friendships with Jerry Jeff Walker and Townes Van Zandt; that program is available for listening or download below.

In 2010 as part of the “Music City Mondays” series, Bob went to Mr. Clark’s home in Nashville to take a tour and chat about his career, his music and his handmade instruments (photo provided by Chad Campbell over on the right). That show is also available below.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Monday March 7th, 2005 [59:17m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Monday, November 29th, 2010 [52:04m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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4/10/2016


RIP Arthur Anderson

Filed under: Old-Time Radio, News — Charlie Summers @ 1:13 am

Derek Tague reports the passing of Arthur Anderson, best known for Let’s Pretend, The Mercury Theatre, and as the original voice of the Lucky Charms Leprechaun.

I will be posting audio and video later today. He was not only an OTR celeb, he was a good friend to my entire family.

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4/6/2016


Merle Haggard Dead: Legend of Country Music Was 79

Filed under: News, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 3:49 pm

From The Hollywood Reporter: Merle Haggard Dead: Legend of Country Music Was 79

Back in 2006, Bob Edwards spent an hour interviewing Merle Haggard; the interview aired Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 and is included complete below - feel free to listen right here on the page, or use the Download link to take a copy with you in your MP3 player.

But as an additional way to honor Mr. Haggard, I’m also including the raw interview contained on one of the DATs (Digital Audio Tapes) rescued from the dumpster by Executive Producer Chad Campbell. For this interview Mr. Haggard was in the studios of KFPR/KCHO, North State Public Radio in Redding, CA and Bob was in the XM studios in Washington, D.C. So you get to hear the, “Hello…?” I have become so accustomed to hearing when listening to these raw interviews. You will also, should you listen to both, begin to understand a bit better the work of a radio producer. The producer can take a mediocre interview and make it good; in this case, turn a fascinating interview into extraordinary radio.

Bob didn’t surround himself with good producers, he held out for excellent ones - listen to the credits at the end of these recordings, and give them the thanks they so richly deserve. And to give credit where credit is due, this interview was prepared and crafted by Producer Andy Danyo Kubis.

While I’m at it, I’m also including a PDF of the roadmap and script for the broadcast…with all this, you can almost imagine what it was like to roam the studio halls…

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday February 8th, 2006 [52:04m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

icon for podpress  Bob Edwards interviews Merle Haggard - Unedited [56:58m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

icon for podpress  Roadmap & Script for The Bob Edwards Show of Wednesday February 8th, 2006 : Download

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3/5/2016


“Prince of Tides” author Pat Conroy dies at 70

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 1:00 pm

From the Los Angeles Daily News: “Prince of Tides” author Pat Conroy dies at 70

Mr. Conroy was the guest of The Bob Edwards Show twice, once in late 2010 and again in early 2014. In December of 2014, Executive Producer Chad Campbell and Bob aired an hour containing the meat from both appearances, which I’ve posted below. Feel free to listen here on the page, or hit the “Download” link to take a copy along with you.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Tuesday December 9th, 2014 [52:04m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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