Theme Time Radio Hour is a series of 101 radio shows brought to you by Bob Dylan, featuring one hour of music, musings and more from the famed musician and Nobel Laureate. Each episode is a deep dive into a particular theme, such as cars, baseball and the weather, and features surprise call-in guests asking questions and offering anecdotes to share with the audience. For the first time in more than 10 years, Bob Dylan returns with a new Theme Time, this one on the subject of that amber intoxicant popularly known as whiskey.
The Whiskey Episode, with your host Bob Dylan
This episode of Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour is the first since 2009, and it’s a deep dive into the world of that amber intoxicant popularly known as whiskey. Aptly, this episode is a double; two hours of music, musings and more from the famed musician and Nobel Laureate, broadcasting around the globe from Studio B in the Abernathy Building.
In 2006, Bob Dylan created Theme Time Radio Hour, a radio program like no other. Each episode a deep dive on a different theme: coffee, mothers, jail, baseball, time, Christmas and more. 101 installments full of Bob’s wealth of knowledge on that suggested subject, along with pertinent music from around the world and across the sands of time. And now, Bob Dylan returns to the Abernathy Building with an all new Theme Time Radio Hour, his first in more than 10 years. It’s all about whiskey. And it’s a double.
Always a Joy, Lifting Spirits
As a child would yell at my Father, "turn Bob off!" Soon as those teens came 'round Couldn't get enough. Dwelved into countless bootlegs, now Theme Time Radio Hour, an absolute positive thrill. 'Tis inspired a good listen to all the musicians referenced & but of course, a taste of each whiskey while at it. Thanks Bob.
You are a awesome storyteller
I love your music
Thanks for the insights to your inspirations.
I’m wondering what your thoughts on….
How we might deal with differences in perceptions?
I’ve seen lots of disagreements about life and politics, but nothing as dramatic as the conflicting realities in America now.
Thanks in advance for your time and thoughts.