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.
The Simpson’s Theme by Adam Mormolstein (from Band Camp) The Snail is Fast by Nomadik and V12 (from Turbo: The Motion Picture Soundtrack, Relativity, 2013) Roller Boogie by Bisquit (from Roller Boogie Soundtrack, Casablanca, 1979) Scottish National Anthem (Scotland the Brave) by The Scottish […]
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik lists this week’s sports music.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik lists the best of the Best Of hits.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik runs down this week’s music.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik runs down this week’s songs.
The U.S. national team beat Ghana this week, but this isn’t the first time the Yanks have surprised the soccer world. Gary Waleik has the story of the 2002 squad’s shocking win against Portugal.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik lists this week’s sports songs.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik lists this weekend’s sporty song selections
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik goes over this week’s tuneage list.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik keeps the music coming, but refuses to say anything about it.
Berklee presents “Nona Hendryx Rewired.”
Gary Waleik has enjoyed this year’s Boston/Philly bout, but the memory of a particularly exciting series played more than three decades ago has him wishing for one that’s even better.
WBUR’s Gary Waleik recalls his own late-season meltdown.
BOSTON — Speculation about which current Celtics player may be going elsewhere has abounded leading up to the imminent March 15th NBA trade deadline. But there have been a few noteworthy trading block hits and misses over past decades.
In this giddy, championship-driven era of the Patriots, Celtics and Red Sox, it may be hard for younger generations to imagine the time four decades ago when the Bruins monopolized the local sports imagination. But they once did.
BOSTON — Over the last decade Boston area professional and Division 1 college teams won 16 titles. But the mind reels when you consider that New England teams had chances at an additional six championships.