Filmmaker Scott Crawford follows up his DC Punk documentary with Boy Howdy! The Story of Creem Magazine, which has its local premiere this weekend at Maryland Film Fest. Join Scott and host, Sab Grey, as they chat […]
Dogs! They’re the best! But where do they come from? our guest, James “Mac” MacKintyre of the New Guinea Highland Wild Dog Foundation, has been searching for this answer for many years. For in the mountains of […]
Way back in 1976 a bunch of young guys heard the Ramones and thought “we can do that too! and thus, one of Baltimore’s first punk bands, Da Moronics, was born. Forty-one years later, Tom Diventi, guitar player […]
Welcome to Season 3 of Dork Time Radio! We can’t believe this is our third season on air and we are thrilled at the great guests we have lined up this year!
The guest our first show is actor, screenwriter, […]
Massive big fun at Dork Time Manor when Rodney Henry of the Glenmont Popes and Dangerously Delicious Pies stopped by to talk about the Music That Fuckin’ Matters to him! Join Rodney and host Sab Grey for some […]
Rodney Henry of The Glenmont Popes and Dangerously Delicious Pies gives us his weird and wonderful tale from out there, deep in between.
background music provided by Winston P. Smith
What a great time we had talking to Pittsburgh’s legendary guitar player Oyo Ellis! His band Killer Of Sheep is, without doubt, one of the top punk bands in the country! Join us as Oyo shares his musical […]
If you’ve been listening to our show you’ve heard Tales From In Between. It’s a segment where we ask our musician (and some non-musician guests) about the strange things that have happened to them on tour or […]
This week our guest is noted music journalist and critic Mark Prindle. Join Host, Sab Grey, as they chat about the tunes that shaped Mark’s life. It’s a great listen!
Southern Hospitality and Southern cuisine are known around the world. But where did they come from? Our guest Kelley Fanto Deets has done extensive research in Tidewater Virginia and traces it back to… the en […]
the second in our series Music That Fuckin Matters sees guest Paul Bearer (singer of legendary New York Punk Band Sheer Terror) spinning some of his favourite discs and chatting with host Sab Grey about why they […]
This episode sees us interview John Merriman, history professor at Yale University and author of the book Ballad of the Anarchist Bandits. Host Sab Grey chats with John about the infamous Bonnot gang, a group of […]
Finally, the good weather is here! Join host Sab Grey to celebrate with two hours of the best music from women artists from around the globe!
This week on Dork Time Radio: We kick off the first in a new series called Music That Fuckin’ Matters, where we chat with guests about some of their favourite records. Join host Sab Grey as he leads off our new […]
This week on Dork Time Radio, we go south to Mexico and Central America with our guest Mike Paarlberg (Assistant Professor of Political Science at Virginia Commonwealth University and Associate Fellow at the I […]
This week Dork Time Radio sees host Sab Grey heading down to visit his old friend and housemate, Ian MacKaye, of Minor Threat and Fugazi, at their old homestead, Dischord House. Join two old farts as they chat […]
Today on Dork Time Radio. we are ALL BLUES! Our guest this week sadly had to cancel because of the snow, so we are going with an ALL BLUES episode. Two hours of Blues, both new and old, Delta and Chicago, Texas […]
Forsyth County, Georgia, at the turn of the twentieth century was home to a large African American community that included ministers and teachers, farmers and field hands, tradesmen, servants, and children. Many […]
This week’s episode of Dork Time Radio sees host Sab Grey chatting with author Tony Rettman about his latest book Straight Edge, about the history of the Punk Rock genre that eschews both drinking and drug use in […]
Our guest is Professor Eric H. Cline, archaeologist and author of the book Three Stones Make A Wall, A History of Archaeology. Join Mr Cline and host Sab Grey as they journey through the art and science of […]