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Archive for August, 2007

This not-for-profit audio archive is provided for the listening enjoyment of Daniel Ruth show fans who missed all or a portion of today’s radio show. All audio is in MP3 format. You have the option of listening or downloading three separate hours of Daniel’s show or the full show. All commercials have been edited out of both versions.

 

Hour 1 (33:55 – 7.8mb)

Hour 2 (31:36 – 7.2mb)

Hour 3 (31:49 – 7.3mb)

Full Show (1:37:49 – 22.3mb)

 

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I don’t know how long this will last but hopefully the Clear Channel and 970 WFLA bigwigs and lawyers don’t shut this down. This not-for-profit audio archive is provided for the listening enjoyment of Daniel Ruth show fans who missed all or a portion of today’s radio show.

All audio is in MP3 format. You have the option of listening or downloading three separate hours of Daniel’s show or the full show. All commercials have been edited out of both versions.

Hour 1 (36:23 – 8.3mb)

Hour 2 (33:43 – 7.7mb)

Hour 3 (32:30 – 7.4mb)

Full Show (1:42:40 – 23.4mb)

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Here’s what Daniel recommended on his show today

The Bridge on the River Kwai – Airing tonight on Turner Classic Movies at 8pm ET. Director David Lean’s sweeping epic is set in a Japanese World War II prison camp where British POWs are forced to construct a railway bridge as a morale-building exercise. Yet the real battle of wills is between “play by the rules” British colonel Nicholson (Alec Guinness), who is dedicated to the project, and his American rival (William Holden), who vows to destroy it. The POWs’ whistling work theme became legendary.

Infamous – Director Douglas McGrath’s biographical drama stars Toby Jones as iconoclastic writer Truman Capote, whose investigation into the grisly murders of a rural Kansas family has unintended consequences. While probing the psyches of the killers (played by Daniel Craig and Lee Pace) as research for his soon-to-be best seller In Cold Blood, Capote forms an attachment to one of the convicted men. Sandra Bullock and Jeff Daniels also star.

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