At age 6, while watching Bill Russell win his 11th NBA championship with the Boston Celtics, Gary Waleik developed the belief that he’d not only produce a sports show for National Public Radio someday but that he’d do it for decades. What else could provide such a dazzling weekly display of soul-satisfying absurdity, intrigue and humor?
While not producing Only A Game, Gary likes to discuss music, fly fishing and how absurd it is that John Perotti thinks the Cincinnati Bengals will ever amount to a hill of beans.
Berklee presents “Nona Hendryx Rewired.”
Gary Waleik lists the music in our 2012 year-end “Best Of” show.
Eric Eisenkramer is a fly fishing Rabbi. OAG’s Gary Waleik visits Connecticut’s Farmington River to learn how the spiritual leader of Temple Shearith Israel in Ridgefield, Conn. uses the sport of catching trout with feathery lures as a spiritual activity.
Gary Waleik celebrates a week of music and a half century of…of…nevermind…
Gary Waleik lists, but cannot explain, this week’s musical choices.
Gary Waleik imparts way too little information about the songs on this week’s show because, well, because there’s not time to right now.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik breaks it down, post Labor Day-style.
Gary Waleik returns from Orlando eager to listen to anything, anything at all, to get It’s A Small World After All out of his head.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik does his best to break down the music from this week’s “Best Of” show.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik discographizes before taking a week off.