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Episode #1353: The New Phil Hendrie Show
This is a classic. Phil and the panel discuss the "agony of defeat" ski jump fall from the open to the old Wide World of Sports show before Jeff Dowdder demonstrates ski jumping at Bare Mountain. Thatâ€™s right, B-a-r-e. It's Larry Grover having a real hard time with the Reba McEntire KFC commercials. Larry's mother meanwhile admits to a lesbian affair. Larry's humiliated. An encore from February 12, 2018. The BSP Classic Show is from September 2004. Jay Santos is on patrol to harass motorists. Phil talks dating tips with a man currently serving a life sentence for murder. Flashback with pharmaceutical salesman Chris Norton. The "Natural Home Building with Brian Wersham" show and Wersham's abject hatred of "selfish" trees. Bobbie and Steve Dooley report from the Republican National Convention. Jeff Wagahusky, a man who literally has a "tongue so long that itâ€™s coming out of his head" gives an unintelligible review of the film "The Passion of The Christ." The Skippy and Frank Show is live in NYC for the Republican convention. Sign up for a backstage pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat and oh so very much moreâ€¦ Sign up now at philhendrieshow.com
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America Strikes Back: The Doolittle Raid
On April 18, 1942, the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders left a legacy by boosting American morale after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The story of the Doolittle Raiders is one of extraordinary valor and serves an example of the courage and selflessness presented by veterans of the Greatest Generation. As we mourn the passing of Lt. Colonel Richard E. Cole - the last surviving Doolittle Raider - and honor the 77th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid this week, we're sharing a special documentary program telling the story of Jimmy Doolittle's legendary raid on Japan. Featuring Doolittle and his raiders telling their stories, in their own words.