TV Confidential with Ed Robertson

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television brings you lively conversations every week with the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.

TV & Film
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The Tropes of The FBI
Greg and Ed discuss The FBI (ABC, 1965-1974), the long-running series produced by Quinn Martin and starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
15 min
77
Tribute to Tom Smothers
Ed welcomes David Bianculli, author of Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
20 min
78
How The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour Changed T...
Ed welcomes David Bianculli, author of Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
12 min
79
What Makes a Classic TV Show "Classic"?
From March 2018: A special roundtable discussion with Tony and Donna about what makes a classic TV series "classic"
20 min
80
What Makes a Classic TV Show "Classic," Part 2
From March 2018: A special roundtable discussion with Tony and Donna about what makes a classic TV series "classic"
20 min
81
What Makes a Classic TV Show "Classic," Part 3
From March 2018: A special roundtable discussion with Tony and Donna about what makes a classic TV series "classic"
13 min
82
The Second Season of The Monkees
Ed welcomes back music and TV historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter (Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees)
21 min
83
The Demise of The Monkees on TV
Ed welcomes back music and TV historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter (Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees)
19 min
84
Why The Monkees Will Always Be With Us
Ed welcomes back music and TV historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter (Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees)
13 min
85
James DuMont on being the kind of artist who ca...
Ed welcomes back film and television actor James DuMont (Candy Cane Lane)
17 min
86
James DuMont, Candy Cane Lane, and Yankee Trading
Ed welcomes back film and television actor James DuMont (Candy Cane Lane)
18 min
87
George Schlatter and The Legend of Turn-On
Ed welcomes back George Schlatter, creator and producer of Laugh-In, Real People, and Turn-On
20 min
88
George Schlatter, Robin Williams, and Laugh-In
Ed welcomes back George Schlatter, creator and producer of Laugh-In, Real People, and Turn-On
9 min
89
James Frawley's Influence on The Monkees
Ed welcomes back music and TV historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter (Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees)
14 min
90
The Monkees: A Tale of Two Series
Ed welcomes back music and TV historian and documentary writer Chuck Harter (Hey, Hey, We're The Monkees)
13 min
91
The Art of Jim Meskimen
Ed welcomes back actor, comedian, and impressionist Jim Meskimen
26 min
92
Don Most: New York High
Ed welcomes back singer/actor Don Most (Happy Days, New York High)
17 min
93
Don Most: Anatomy of a Recording
Ed welcomes back singer/actor Don Most (Happy Days, New York High)
10 min
94
Robert Davi on what made Sinatra a "method singer"
Ed welcomes back singer/actor Robert Davi (The Goonies, Profiler, Davi Sings Sinatra)
21 min
95
The Music of Steve and Eydie
Ed welcome TJ Lubinsky, director and co-executive producer of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme: Memories of My Mom and Dad
22 min
96
Walter Cronkite, Aaron Brown, and Don Pardo
From November 2013: A special joint edition of The Sounds of Lost Television and This Week in TV History that looks back at how network television news covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
20 min
97
How the JFK Assassination Stigmatized Dallas
From November 2013: A special joint edition of The Sounds of Lost Television and This Week in TV History that looks back at how network television news covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
16 min
98
The Back Story of the Zapruder Film
From November 2013: A special joint edition of The Sounds of Lost Television and This Week in TV History that looks back at how network television news covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
11 min
99
John Barbour's Last Word on the Murder of JFK
Ed welcomes back Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and director John Barbour (Real People, Your Mother's Not a Virgin)
25 min
100
John Barbour and Jim Garrison
Ed welcomes back Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and director John Barbour (Real People, Your Mother's Not a Virgin)
20 min