Welcome to Talon Talk, hosted by the staff from CBTalon.com. Talon Talk is a podcast that is by the students, for the students. Our hosts focus on bringing outstanding people, stories, and events taking place in the CB community to the spotlight every week. From athletes to musicians, Talon Talk wants to ensure that every Falcon has a chance to share their unique and special story with the world.
CB Ancient History With Mr. English
Mr. Tom English has dedicated many years to the Christian Brothers community. The iconic history teacher has been around for it all, from the Brothers living on campus to dressing up when his World History students pass the AP exam. Host Bella Barbosa ('21) talks to the widely admired teacher about the ever-changing CB community and the place that Mr. English has held within it.
Seniors Making Their Mark
After a pandemic-induced hiatus, we are back in the studio to bring you the latest happening in the CB community. In this episode of Talon Talk, host Bella Barbosa ('21) is joined by two of the Class of 2021's best: Mariana Garcia and Emma Emigh. The ladies discuss an unusual senior year, baked goods, and the domination of the women's tennis team. All this and more on the newest episode of Talon Talk.
CB Theatre Proudly Presents: Always Room at the Top
CB Radio Theatre keeps you on the edge of your seat with our second installment of Suspense. In this week’s drama, the ambitious, cutthroat world of Madison Avenue has deadly implications. Listen as Helen Brandt tests the theory that there’s “Always Room At The Top”.
HELEN: Aubriana Lene ‘23
RECEPTIONIST/MARIE: Anna Deukmejian ‘23
ANNOUNCER/KEN/ REPORTER 1: Tanner Meade ‘23
JEAN: Abigail Vandepol ‘23
CHARLIE/REPORTER 2: Peter Okamoto ‘24
WOMAN: Angelina Landeros ‘21
COP: Josh Muilenberg ‘24
FARREL: William Helman ‘21
Edited by Gabriella Gutierrez ‘22
Foley Effects by Sydney Schumaker ‘22
Directed by Mr. Michael D. Jackson
Technical Direction by Ms. Heather Christianson ‘01
Original theme music composed, performed and recorded by Theodore Duong ’21 and Angelina Landeros ’21, under the supervision of Mr. Travis Maslen
CB Theatre Proudly Presents: Sorry, Wrong Number
CB Theatre brings you Suspense! with this radio show thriller from 1943. Travel back in time as Mrs. Stevenson uncovers a murder plot and makes a frantic attempt to foil it. Enjoy what Orson Welles called “the single greatest radio script ever written”- Sorry, Wrong Number.
MRS. STEVENSON: Racine Strong ‘21
OPERATOR: Aela Veerkamp ‘21
ANNOUNCER/1st MAN/ WESTERN UNION MAN: Josiah Foster ‘23
GEORGE/ SERGEANT MARTIN: Colin Smith ‘21
CHIEF OPERATOR: Tilda Alen ‘23
INFORMATION: Lindsay Shimizu ‘23
WOMAN: Kate Ruecker ‘23
Edited by Emily Kelso ‘22
Foley Effects by Alyssa Traina ‘21
Directed by Michael D. Jackson
Technical Supervision by Heather Christianson ‘01
Talon Talk Season 3, Episode 11: Talon Talk In The Wild (Gone Wrong)
In this exciting episode of Talon Talk, your hosts Cal Fiske (’20) and Asher Bloom (’20) set up shop outside of the Talon news room for the first ever live Talon podcast and converse with a vast array of characters. The boys experience the highest of highs when they celebrate an exciting landmark achieved while recording,and the lowest of lows when an unexpected disruption sends the podcast spiraling into chaos. Chock-full of exhilarating discussions and events, this is NOT an episode you want to miss.
Talon Talk Season 3, Episode 10: The Talontine's Day Extravaganza
In this very special Valentine’s Day episode of Talon Talk, your hosts Asher Bloom (‘20), Daniel Larsen-Anderson (‘20), and Calvin Fiske (‘20) are joined by CB history teacher and Asisstant Direcor of Student Activities Ms. Roybal to get the scoop on the origins of Saint Valentine’s holiday and everything related to Valentines Day around CB, including the long awaited return of the Sadies dance. They also engage in some CB themed madlibs and read valentines from the CB community. All this and more on the latest episode of Talon Talk.
Great Podcast about The Place to Be!
This is a fascinating view of Christian Brothers High School from a student perspective. It is both well done and insightful. I'm a faithful subscriber.
Pretty good stuff