Larry Glick WBZ March 17, 1978 (Pt4)
September 04, 2016 04:19 AM PDT
Larry Glick WBZ March 17, 1978 (Pt4)
“BZ time, 21 minutes before 4 O'clock, Let's take another call. Another caller (Sarge from Roxbury) chimes in on his opinion of the Skokie march. Larry and Sarge have a discussion about hate and demonstrations. Sarge gives his unique perspective on the war. Any listener could tell he was well informed on the subject.
Next caller says to Larry you're full of fun tonight! Then she proceeds to talk about the subject of the evening: The Nazi's and the war. Larry abruptly goes into a Snow's Chowder commercial. Next caller is officer McNamara from the Boston Police Department who speaks of a stolen car and other things.
Larry returns to the previous female caller. She asks Larry if he ever shot anybody in the war. Larry, being a WWII veteran, answers what any veteran would say, “I don't want to talk about that”. After a few more questions, Larry declares that he has to make time for the news at the top of the hour.
Associated Press Network news at 4:00 AM.
Larry reads the weather and dates the program “Today, St. Patrick's Day Friday, March 17th 1978”. Ace Glick reads the sports scores.Larry Glick WBZ March 17, 1978 (Pt3)
August 04, 2016 02:59 PM PDT
“It's 8 minutes after 3”. Next caller is named Larry also and is from Connecticut. He asks Larry about “Evacuation Day” a Colonial times celebration. After Larry answers, the caller then asks about Haiti which Larry does his best to answer. Larry asks Larry to play some Jewish music too. Then he asks Larry to play “Reveille” in the next hour. Larry plays some patriotic music. Larry ends the segment by playing Orson Bean's “The Baloney Song”.
“Let's take another call John, 254-5678 It's 18 minutes after 3”. Next caller (Cynthia from South Boston) raises the topic of a St. Patrick's Day Parade where a priest was stoned by Irish Catholics in South Boston in the Parade. This leads to the subject of the Nazi march in Skokie, IL.
Next caller asks, who is this? Larry answers “Let me check” (laughs) It's Arthur Godfrey! (more laughs). Diane, a first time caller (round of applause) from Dedham, MA. Diane continues the discussion on the demonstration in Skokie.
Larry mentions a stolen car (possibly from a caller?) and gives info on the car in case anyone spots it. Next caller wishes Larry Happy St. Patrick's Day. Larry returns the greeting. Caller requests some songs the Larry played previously. Larry plays an Irish tune.
Commercials.Larry Glick WBZ March 17, 1978 (Pt2)
July 02, 2016 02:01 PM PDT
Next caller, Peter from Lincoln, Ma. Reminds Larry of a call he made to Larry a few months ago. Peter asks Larry about Jury Duty that he was called to do.
Next caller, McGillicutty comments on the Skokie, Ill. demonstration incident. He also comments on a few other topics.
The demonstrations in Skokie was the topic of the next several callers. Finally Larry gets on his soapbox with his opinion on the subject and quickly introduces network news at the top of the hour.
Larry reads the weather and dates the program Friday, March 17th St. Patrick's Day 1978. Ace Glick reads the sports scores.Larry Glick WBZ March 17, 1978 (Pt1)
June 06, 2016 09:58 PM PDT
St. Patrick's Day Show.
Larry begins the program by interviewing Larry Nichols, an entertainer from Cincinnati.
Next caller is Gertrude who is a regular. She speaks of the weather on St. Patrick's Day in addition to Irish food including Corned Beef and Cabbage.
Larry speaks of an experience he had during WWII when he was in Europe. Larry ends the call with Gertrude and plays an Irish song.
Next caller is Freddy from Holliston, Massachusetts. Freddy talks to Larry about the recent Nazi party demonstrations in Skokie, IL. Freddy is a first time caller (round of applause).Larry Glick WBZ March 16, 1978 (Pt5)
May 03, 2016 12:07 AM PDT
Time for another call from Dave in Lansing, Michigan. Dave just got done playing racquetball and works in a photo finishing plant. Larry has never played racquetball. Dave goes into detail on the rules of the sport. They then go into detail on some topics of the time, including energy conservation.
Next is a comedy skit by Stiller and Meara.
St. Patrick's Day promos.
Next call is Shaun from Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a first time caller (round of applause). Shaun was born on May 16th, the same day as a previous caller. Shaun has a 140 acre Bee farm that he attends to with his wife. Larry and Shaun talk at length about the Honey Industry. Shaun speaks about being shot down in Vietnam while flying a helicopter. Sadly this is the end of the tape. It was just getting interesting too!Larry Glick WBZ March 16, 1978 (Pt4)
April 01, 2016 05:18 PM PDT
We join Larry as he is going to record a promo live to be aired at a later date. WBZ time 11 and a half before 4.
Next caller is Brad from Port Huron, Michigan but he is Gloucester, Massachusetts now. Brad has a question for Larry. He wants a sign put up because he has a problem pulling into his driveway. Brad is in the service and is talking to Larry from a cutter. The talk turns to Coast Guard rescue operations. Brad mentions that he is a first time caller by the way, round of applause!
A.P. Network news at 4 AM.
Larry reads the weather and dates the program Thursday, March 16th (1978) One day before St. Patricks Day. Ace Glick reads the sports scores.
Next caller is Rich from Lexington, Massachusetts. Rich taxes Larrys memory regarding horseradish. Then the subject turns to Jimmy and Billy Carter. They talk about Larrys 11th anniversary on WBZ. Rich mentions the TV show F-Troop from the 1960's.Larry Glick WBZ March 16, 1978 (Pt3)
March 01, 2016 03:46 PM PST
Time check, “It's Nine minutes after Three”.
Next caller is Howie, first time caller (round of applause). Howie is a business student at Boston University, but is thinking of “bailing out” and becoming a police officer. Larry gives a very diplomatic answer. During the conversation it is discovered that Larry and Howie share the same birthday, May 16th. Larry mentions that after he got out of the service he wanted to join the FBI, but because of a war injury he couldn't. A very interesting conversation ensues about career plans and goals.
Next caller, Jimmy is first time caller (round of applause). Jimmy works in a food warehouse and can't sleep. Larry gives Jimmy some tips on how to fall asleep.
Next caller is Mark from Ashville, Ohio. Mark gives his last name so Larry has to bleep it out. Mark asks why so Larry gives an explanation of why they must bleep out last names. Mark has a comment about what Howie spoke about earlier. What follows is an in-depth discussion about religion between Larry and Mark.
Commercials.Larry Glick WBZ March 16, 1978 (Pt2)
February 04, 2016 03:00 PM PST
Next caller is Judy, a regular goes into great depth of a story about Anastasia and the Czar that she saw on a TV program called “In Search Of”. Larry mentions a NEW device called a video tape recorder that he wants to buy so he can watch some of these programs that he misses.
Next caller is Tony who says he is depressed. Tony talks about Larry playing the violin. He calls Larry out that it is just a sound effect and not actually Larry. Larry has some fun with Tony, playing some of his sound clips.
Network News at 3:00 AM.
Larry reads the weather and dates the program Thursday March 16th, 1978.
Ace Glick, is in excellent voice as he reads the sports scores.Larry Glick WBZ March 16, 1978 (Pt1)
January 03, 2016 04:24 PM PST
We join Larry as he is ending his conversation with Richie, who requests that Larry play “The Baloney Song” which Larry plays after a commercial.
Next caller is Joyce has been listening to Larry for 7 years. She lives in Lynn, but is originally from Cambridge, Ma. Joyce saw one of Larry's hypnosis shows. Muck had to delete the word hypnosis because WBZ would not allow Larry to promote his night club act. Joyce used the word a few times within a minute and it had to be deleted each time. Joyce is 27 years old and is a cab driver for “Checker Cab” but is temporarily off work because she has a cast on her leg. She tripped on some ice. She has driven a cab for over a year on the night shift. Joyce tells a few interesting stories of her encounters.
Next caller is Gaspar from Everett. Gaspar brings up the very interesting topic of cloning a human being, but Larry, not buying into where he is going, winds up shooting Gaspar off the air.
Next caller, George asks Larry a question. He knows a friend of Larry's who lives in Florida. Must have been a secret question because Larry understands the question. George is a first time caller (round of applause). He lives in East Bridgewater, Ma.
Next caller is Elliott from Falmouth, Ma. A first time caller (round of applause). He tells a story of a motorcycle incident. Elliott then tells of his military career as a pilot.Larry Glick WBZ March 15, 1978 (Pt5)
December 03, 2015 04:29 PM PST
Let's take some calls. “The Tiger” from Lynn calls with a favor. There are two guys at work that hasn't done a thing all night. He want Larry to get his “Dogs” on the the two slackers. Larry sicks the dogs on those guys. Next call is Officer Jack from Police Station Four. They listen to Larry all night. Jack and Larry talk about the life of a police officer.
Walter is next caller. He is police officer that is on duty. Larry guesses that he is “Trooper Bruce” from a retirement party for his father. The topic continues about a police officers career. Walter asks Larry to play “The Hawaiian Cowboy” which Larry does.
Let's take another call. Next caller is Fred. He recently lost 12 pounds for a total of 60 pounds so far. Round of applause. Fred asks Larry to put on his foreign affairs hat and asks him what he thinks of the recent activity in South Lebanon. Larry answers the question in a serious manner. Fred and Larry have an interesting discussion. Larry ends the conversation in a humorous manner.
Next caller is (another) Fred from Vermilion, Ohio. A first time caller (round of applause). Fred is a police officer also. However with only 37 seconds of tape left, the conversation ends here.
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