Lucille Ball was one of America’s first podcasters. In 1964 Lucy launched her CBS Radio Show “LET’S TALK TO LUCY” where she interviewed some of the biggest names in Hollywood. After the initial airing, they were never heard again, until now.
Actress and Playwright June Havoc joins Lucy for a candid discussion on authenticity. June discusses her relationship with the audience and how she stays true to herself despite the pressures of the entertainment world.
Lucy sits down with Gertrude Berg to discuss her iconic radio roles, her upcoming work on the stage, and how she encourages her children to express their creativity.
Gene Kelly Part 2
Gene Kelly joins Lucy again to give insight into his home life and how's he always looking for fresh talent on the road. A legendary choreographer, Kelly tells Lucy about his desire for more boys to learn the art of dance and what makes a great routine.
Gene Kelly Part 1
Gene Kelly, talented actor and choreographer, talks Lucy through his humble beginnings as a bricklayer, his dancing heritage, and how he tries to remain grounded in Hollywood.
Lucy speaks with Andy Griffith about his time as a teacher and his thoughts on entertainers speaking about politics in this two-part episode.
In this episode Lucy hosts a two part interview with the Julie Andrews.
Listening to this podcast is the highlight of my week! Thank you for bringing Lucy back into my life. So interesting getting to hear her as her person and not her character 🥰
I Love Lucy’s Talks
I just wish there was more than 1 a week released??? I listened to about 20 in the 3 weeks on Sirius XM.
What a gift
I’m so grateful the estate released these tapes.Lucy armed with a tape recorder-Another medium mastered by the inimitable Queen of all media. A glimpse into another time.