Long-time radio producer TC Scornavacchi spotlights personal stories and characters in a weekly podcast that entertains and encourages with her signature mix of humor and smarts.
MARE OF EASTTOWN
Meet Mare of Easttown Writer-Creator Brad Ingelsby and Executive Producer Mark Roybal. Alert for fabulous stories and spoilers!
Sarah Thomas and Kalamata’s Kitchen
Meet Co-founder and Chief Imaginator of Kalamata’s Kitchen Sarah Thomas as we dive into food, culture and life!
You Gotta Hear This!
Is rubber-necking radio really rubber-necking? Say that 5x fast and tune in for a snapshot of when no one’s tuning out.
Cheers to a Year
It’s been 52 straight weeks of podcasting…what was most popular and what have I learned?
Food Story 5
Join me for a rollicking romp through food memories and summer recipe stories – all with a little something extra!
Famous by Fifty
Is it possible to become famous within 7 months? Join me to discuss!
Listened to #32
I listened to #32 this morning well making breakfast. What a great walk down memory lane, I found myself making a mental note of the quotes that circulate among my friends and colleagues and how the often make or miss a moment between generations.
AND you have a Montauk?!!! What?? Talk about the boat MORE!!
Thank you, TC and Michael, for the Old School podcast. You’ll probably laugh when I say you got me through a colonoscopy this week as I needed to hear calming voices. You took me back to a time that made me try to remember my “old school” instead of what I was going through. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Michael you can’t get out of another episode in 17. It’s a tradition now.
TC is doing OK on her own
You may know TC as a producer/sidekick and full time ego stroker (a big job in the case of her boss, my favorite radio talker Michael Smerconish) on Sirius XM. Here in her new pod she gets a chance to use her considerable charm on an eclectic range of topics and guests. She’s even had a newsworthy scoop of an interview with presidential brother Frank Biden. The show should only improve which means we can expect good things.