The DJ Bob Show is a weekly look inside pop culture, past and present. With interviews from the best in music, television and film, as well as interviews that speak to us on a personal level. This show is a look into our lives, thoughts and interests. It's by us, for you. We'd love if you could join us
What Would Ultra Lord Do? Okay, so maybe we don't answer that question... But we still have a wonderful conversation with the voice of Sheen Estevez from the "Jimmy Neutron" franchise, Jeff Garcia! Jeff tells us all about the recording sessions, guest stars on the series, and about the best bloopers? Listen in to hear more!
In this feature-length episode, DJ Bob and guest host Devon Wieters are joined by Hercules Mulligan/James Madison himself, the great Fergie L. Philippe. They talk Muppets, Hamilton, disability inclusion and so much more. Don't throw away your shot to be in the Zoom Where It Happened for this fun, insightful, and powerful conversation.
Edited by Nate Begle of The Begle Booth
Kids, it was the summer of 2020 when I met the actor-writer-director-musician who met your mother - Josh Radnor. We talk to Josh about his rise to fame as a working actor, getting cast as Ted Mosby in 'How I Met Your Mother', and evolving beyond the role that made him a household name. PLUS we'll discuss the importance of representation across today's media landscape!
A special guest is dropping by this week. Here’s a clue, It’s the awesome Josh Dela Cruz. Josh discusses his childhood, his time at Aladdin on Broadway, and his role on Blue’s Clues & You! He also talks about his newest project, the studio cast recording of the new musical American Morning. Sit down in your thinking chair as you listen to this candid conversation with a fantastic guest!
In this episode, we answer the age-old question "Who let the dogs out?” - it’s our guest Steve Greenberg! We talk to Steve about his career in the music industry, having discovered talents like Hanson, Baha Men, and The Jonas Brothers. Join us for a deep dive into the musical smash-hits you love (and sometimes love to hate)!
Mark DeCarlo is here to talk about the creative thrill of performing Mr. Neutron on the Nickelodeon smash-hit The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron. PLUS a heartfelt message from Bob to his audience and past guests in appreciation and recognition for 10 years of The DJ Bob Show.
In this episode, I join forces with my friend and fellow podcaster Devon Wieters to talk to Namal Norris of rap duo 4 Wheel City. We talk about music and the intersection of Black Lives Matter and disabilities.
In this very special episode of the show, DJ Bob rounds out Pride month by welcoming back friend of the show, musician Ari Zizzo. Ari candidly tells us his journey as a transgender man. We hope this story impacts you. Ari closes out the show with a Goo Goo Dolls cover, just for this episode! Please check out his music on your favorite streaming service.
To start our months-long celebration of the tenth anniversary of The DJ Bob Show, DJ Bob is in the hot seat as he is interviewed by veteran guest of the podcast, puppeteer Noel MacNeal. In this candid and insightful conversation, we learn about the first-ever episode, dream guests and tidbits you won't find elsewhere!
In this episode, DJ Bob talks with the guys behind a great resource for Nickelodeon and television enthusiasts, Nickstory Archives. A collaborative effort to archive and preserve Nickelodeon's schedule history from its humble beginnings in 1979, to the Nickelodeon of today. Christian. Vance, and Smoke talk about what goes into finding these schedules, their mission behind keeping these materials alive & more!
On this edition of the show, DJ Bob sits down with one of his biggest inspirations: BB Good from Radio Disney! Bob and BB catch up on the state of the world, then delve into how BB began her career in the radio business (and her acting debut!) and get to talking about Radio Disney memories including its biggest success stories, most memorable interviews, best jocks, and a lot more. Hmm, were the Jonas Brothers really talking about her...?
We know it's been tough lately, We know it's hard right now, We also know we need to keep giving you what you want, new episodes! We are here for you. In this episode, DJ Bob chats with fellow podcaster William Young, host of Elwood City Limits, the episodic Arthur podcast! The inception of the podcast, Arthur fandom, and more topics are covered in this conversation!
What happens when you get Bob and his favorite podcast hosts on a conference call? A great episode, of course. Adam Kreutinger & Cameron Garrity join DJ Bob to talk all about their podcast Puppet Tears. We hear about the name choosing process, impactful moments during the shows run so far & more!
In this episode, we are excited to be joined by Spencer Lott. We discuss his work on the new Mister Rogers film, as puppet designer and lead puppeteer, Sesame Street, and a ton more! It's safe to say it's a beautiful day in our neighborhood with this creative, funny, and talented guest!
It's not very often that you get to talk to a "Wonder". Join DJ Bob as he welcomes Tom Everett Scott to the show. Bob talks with Tom about playing the role of Marvin, Noah's father on the Netflix original The Healing Powers of Dude, memories of working on Tom Hanks' directorial debut "That Thing You Do!" and a ton more!
In this episode, DJ Bob speaks with a longtime friend of the podcast, Brian Woodbury. Brian discusses his four-album magnum opus, Anthems & Antithets, We're diving deep into the first collection of comedy songs, "Levity & Novelty". Join us as Brian tells all about the inspirations and behind the scenes tidbits to craft this hilarious body of work.
Powerful episode this week, celebrating "The Healing Power of Dude!" The Netflix Original focuses on social anxiety disorder and disability inclusion. Hear what creators Sam Littenberg-Weisberg and Erica Spates have to say about the show and its impact.
In the first episode of 2020, DJ Bob kicks off the year long tenth anniversary celebration by bringing back a past guest. Trey returns to The DJ Bob Show to give you a great soundtrack to kick off this year of shows.
DJ Bob's quiet Christmas celebration turns into a festive dash to the North Pole when he receives a call from Santa Claus! The North Pole's music has gone missing, but DJ Bob has an idea that just might save the day... It's a special Christmas episode of the DJ Bob Show that you WON'T want to miss!
This week, we conclude our deep dive into the music of Blue's Clues & You! We're joined by Peter Zizzo, the theme song composer, to discuss the songwriting process, production techniques, and valuable tips for creative people.
Part 1 of the DJ Bob Show's deep dive into the music of Blue's Clues & You is here. In this episode, PT Walkley and Bob discuss the inspiration and design philosophy of Blue's Clues & You's music, as well as Josh Dela Cruz's impact on the series and other behind-the-scenes topics.
In this legendary episode, DJ Bob hangs out with Craig Thomas, co-creator and executive producer of How I Met Your Mother. They delve deep into the sitcom, ramble on about The Muppets, and get real about how disabilities are portrayed in media.
Our interview with Angela Santomero celebrating Blue's Clues and You! is finally here!
Hear how the show was updated for a new generation, and be sure to catch it on Nickelodeon on November 11, 2019, at 1 pm (ET/PT)!
DJ Bob welcomes Arthur writer Peter K. Hirsch and discusses his writing contributions to Arthur's legacy, from series beginnings to tackling serious subjects, and everything in between. It's a wonderful kind of show!
Are you waiting for an elevator? Why not pass the time by listening to our interview with Laurie Berkner about her band's new album--Waiting for the Elevator! We discuss how a brand new take on one of her most beloved songs came to be, her music's impact for people on the autism spectrum, and a whole lot more!
U-Picked the right show! See what we did there? Join DJ Bob and his guest Brent Popolizio as they chat about Brent's time hosting U-Pick Live on Nickelodeon, including a funny moment he will never forget...
I very rarely, if ever, do serious content. But I felt like my content could be a vessel for people to share their stories and recollections. I also know that September 11th impacted many people with many different walks of life, but the thing I wanted to highlight was what our little eyes were seeing in children's television, and how the tragedy affected the crew and their work behind the scenes. I hope you learn something from this and realize that we are all together as one, and we will never forget. Thank you.
In this episode, DJ Bob talks with Cameron Garrity, one half of the popular podcast Puppet Tears. They talk about the podcast's inception, behind the scenes stories, and even Cameron's own experiences that bring him "Puppet-Tears".
DJ Bob and Christian sit down
with a jack of all trades in children’s television,
Mr. Christopher Cerf!
They talk about his work on Sesame Street,
his newest book, “A Skunk In My Bunk” and “Between The Lions".
Join DJ Bob and his friend since birth (yes, you read that correctly), Christina Saraceno as they talk childhood memories, Todrick Hall, Special Olympics and much, much more on this very special episode of The DJ Bob Show.