Out Of My Mind—Episode 16 Show Notes
Open Channel D—Memories of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. with Morgan White, Jr.
Morgan White, Jr. is a Boston talk show host, an extreme Man From U.N.C.L.E. fan and the most amazing trivia expert you’ll ever meet. In third grade, Morgan discovered his memory didn’t work the way his classmates’ memories did. While they forgot most of the details to TV shows they couldn’t stop talking about several months earlier, Morgan could not only remember the shows and their plots, he could quote whole sections of dialogue.
From that discovery, Morgan has gone on to a career that includes not only his talk show on WBZ, Boston, but a performing career that includes stage shows, night clubs and appearances before groups and organizations of all kinds.
When you combine Morgan’s memory with his love of Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin you get some wonderful recollections and insights into the show. Now that The Man From U.N.C.L.E. feature film has been released, it seems like the right time to look at how it did and then re-visit Morgan’s interview to remind ourselves how the film stacked up to the television series.
Morgan has interviewed David McCallum on many occasions, and once asked him whether his role as Illya haunted him on NCIS (where he plays Ducky). It’s an Episode Extra only available on YouTube.
For More Information
If you’d like to know more about Morgan, or if you’re interested in booking him for a show, visit his website at www.morganwhitejr.com.
You can listen to Morgan’s talk show on WBZ, Boston every Saturday night from 10-midnight Eastern. If you live outside of the Boston area, you can listen online. Go to boston.cbslocal.com, click on the Listen Live button, and then select WBZ from the list of radio station choices.
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Episode 16: Listen on YouTube
Forget about fiddling around with podcast apps and players that don’t work when you want to listen to Out Of My Mind. We’ve moved all our episodes to YouTube. Don’t worry. We haven’t gone Hollywood, and you won’t have to look at Jay’s face for 17 minutes a week. It’s the same podcast you’ll find on iTunes but with a static picture slapped on it so YouTube thinks it’s a video.
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Not only does listening on YouTube take fewer steps, but a single click on the Read Show Notes banner at the beginning and end of each show will take you right to the show notes. No more working your way through the website. In the coming weeks, we’ll post bonus interviews and comments from guests you won’t find anywhere else online. And we’ll take popular interviews and features and put them in their own videos so you can listen to them without having to listen to the entire program (do not tell Jay about this).
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