Just one 11-second call made announcer Harnarayan Singh famous for broadcasting hockey in Punjabi. This week on Only A Game, a look back at how he got there.
Mace Bugen took his camera, gate-crashed events and met some the biggest names in the sports world and beyond.
Harnarayan Singh was told, "Nobody who looks like you is on TV." But Singh hung onto his dream.
Charles Farrell was a fight fixer. But one of his greatest regrets involves a fight he did not fix.
Bill Littlefield offers his take on Ernest Lawrence Thayer's classic poem, "Casey at the Bat."
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An award-winning weekly sports magazine hosted by veteran NPR commentator Bill Littlefield, Only A Game puts sports in perspective with intelligent analysis, insightful interviews and a keen sense of humor.
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