56 episodes

WKRP in Cincinnati was one of the great American sitcoms, underappreciated in its own time but kept alive in syndication and deeply loved by the kids and teenagers who grew up with it in the 1970s and 80s. In each episode of the podcast, we’ll discuss two episodes of WKRP in Cincinnati. You can watch along with us, but you don’t need to watch to enjoy the podcast. Each episode is a jumping-off point for a wide-ranging discussion of TV and radio history and the politics and culture of the Carter to Reagan years.

Hold My Order, Terrible Dresser: The WKRP in Cincinnati Podcast Mike Grasso & Rob MacDougall

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8, 48 Ratings

WKRP in Cincinnati was one of the great American sitcoms, underappreciated in its own time but kept alive in syndication and deeply loved by the kids and teenagers who grew up with it in the 1970s and 80s. In each episode of the podcast, we’ll discuss two episodes of WKRP in Cincinnati. You can watch along with us, but you don’t need to watch to enjoy the podcast. Each episode is a jumping-off point for a wide-ranging discussion of TV and radio history and the politics and culture of the Carter to Reagan years.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

Kippy69 ,

Great!

Great!

Elpasoid ,

Great podcast

It really brings back memories from growing up in the 70s. It inspired me to rewatch my Shout Factory WKRP dvds. Keep up the great job gang!

WolfeRJ ,

Exceptional podcast

I should have begun listening to the the first time it was recommended.

I have only vague memories of syndicated episodes of WKRP so don't let a lack of familiarity keep you away.

The historical and pop cultural digressions are a source of great delight.

This podcast strives for a synthesis of Dionysian and Athenian critical approaches and succeeds.

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