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Marylands News Extra Podcast
34 minutes | May 28, 2016
05/28/2016 A Record-Setting Preakness, the State of the Horse Racing Industry in Maryland and more
Scott Wykoff takes a look back on a record-setting Preakness through the voices of NBC's award winning Triple Crown broadcast tea. Plus the State of the Horse Racing Industry in Maryland, a local teenager who aspires one day to be a track announcer and maybe even call a Preakness himself, the sounds of a day at the races at historic Pimlico, the Home of the Preakness and a year later, two of the most popular "voices" in Thoroughbred racing look back a year later on American Pharaoh's run to a Triple Crown.
34 minutes | May 16, 2016
05/14/2016 Getting Ready For The 2016 Preakness
On Maryland's News This Week, Scott Wykoff gets us set for the 2016 Preakness Stakes by giving us a Kentucky Derby recap. Plus Derby winner Nyquist settles into Pimlico ahead of the Preakness, Scott talks with the official Triple Crown artist for the Preakness and Scott gets Preakness hat tips for both men and women headed to Pimlico.
34 minutes | May 7, 2016
05/11/2016 The Triple Crown and the Baltimore Ravens Draft
It's time to get "back into the saddle again" for the Triple Crown as WBAL Radio racing aficionado Scott Wykoff talks Kentucky Derby and the prospects for the Preakness with WBAL Radio's other racing expert Jimmy Mathis. WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman gives you a behind-the-scenes look at racing immortality as he talks with New York Times racing reporter Joe Drape about his best seller, American Pharoah: The Untold Story of the Triple Crown Winner's Legendary Rise. And we "look back" on what turned out to be a memorable draft for the Ravens as we take you inside the Ravens draft war room and relive the excitement of a very special 6th round pick for the Ravens.
34 minutes | Apr 23, 2016
04/23/2016 Lesley Stahl, Terps Football, Boston Beer and More
Legendary CBS News correspondent Lesley Stahl takes you "behind-the-scenes" of the iconic 60 Minutes while also talking with WBAL's Bryan Nehman about the joys and science of new grand parenting from her very special perspective. Plus interviews on the Major League Baseball, Maryland Football and beer from Boston
34 minutes | Mar 12, 2016
03/12/2016 March Madness and TV News
On this edition on Maryland's News Extra, the Terp's basketball team starts "March Madness", Steve Harvey has done it again as Bryan Nehman talks with TV Guide's Matt Roush about his newest project, the curtain comes down on the smash hit "Downton Abbey" and we're making preparations for the NFL Draft as the Ravens' preview their big draft day party for fans at M&T Bank Stadium.
34 minutes | Mar 5, 2016
03/05/2016 Breakdown of the Oscars, Former CIA and NSA chief General Michael Hayden, and more
On this edition on Maryland's News Extra, Scott Wykoff takes a look back at Hollywood's biggest night as we breakdown the Oscars. Also, we take you to an iconic farm in the rolling hills of Cecil County that promises to be "horse heaven" for some of the nation's best Thoroughbreds, even though she's not running for reelection, that doesn't mean we won't be hearing from Baltimore's mayor during this election year and Bryan Nehman goes one-on-one with former CIA and NSA chief General Michael Hayden.
34 minutes | Feb 27, 2016
02/27/2016 Maryland Terps and a behind-the-scenes look at the NFL Combine in Indy from a Ravens point of view
On this edition on Maryland's News Extra, Scott Wykoff takes you courtside with all access to the Terp's big win over Michigan at Comcast Center. Also, WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Keith Mills talks Terps as March Madness is right around the corner and Maryland has national title hopes, and a behind-the-scenes look at the NFL Combine in Indy from a Ravens point of view.
34 minutes | Feb 6, 2016
02/06/2016 Grease on Fox, The Week in Politics, The Sundance Film Festival and More
WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Scott Wykoff brings you the bext interviews from. Maryland's News Now. This week we talk political news, Grease on Fox, the Sundance Film Festival and more.
34 minutes | Feb 5, 2016
01/30/2016 The Blizzard of 2016
WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Scott Wykoff brings you the best audio from the past week's Maryland's News Now.
34 minutes | Dec 22, 2015
12/19/2015 Historic win for Navy over Army and the Final GOP Presidential Debate of 2015
On this edition of Maryland's News Extra we look back at an historic win for Navy over Army. Also, WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Keith Mills talks with host Scott Wykoff about the Ravens game against the Chiefs and new Ravens QB Jimmy Clausen. And it was the final GOP Presidential debate of 2015. Hear what the candidates had to say and what WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman had to say about them.
34 minutes | Dec 12, 2015
12/12/2015 A Special Look at Army vs Navy
Maryland's News Extra takes a special look at the football tradition that is the yearly match up between Army and Navy.
34 minutes | Dec 5, 2015
12/5/2015 Ravens Highlights, Holiday Party Planning, and a Change in Chicago's Top Cop
Oh what a win "on the road" it was for the Ravens on the "shores of Lake Erie" against the Browns in Cleveland as it ended it what will go down in Ravens' history as the gamewinning "Blocked Kick Six". WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Scott Wykoff brings you the "sounds" of the game as heard on WBAL Radio. From Maryland's News Now, WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Paul Mittermeier talks all that's Ravens with Scott Wykoff about the challenges of facing the Dolphins in South Florida and the upcoming Ed Block Courage Awards. WBAL NewesRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman tells you all you need to know if you're planning a party this holiday season. In his weekly commentary on Marylands News Now with Mary Beth Marsden, Josh Spiegel reflects on the joys of holiday gatherings. In a story that hits very "close to home" for folks in Baltimore after the departure of Police Commissioner Anthony Batts this past summer, Chicago's Top Cop was fired this past week. WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Mary Beth Marsden talks with ABC News Reporter Ryan Burrow about all that led to Mayor Rahm Emmanuel's decision to fire Chicago's police chief.
34 minutes | Nov 28, 2015
11/28/2015: George H.W. Bush, Kombucha Tea and more
The new book about the life of George H. W. Bush has been the talk of political wonks and fans of presidential history alike. On Maryland's News Now, WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman talked with author John Meachem about some amazing revelations about George Herbert Walker Bush. Accepting "the thanks" of a grateful nation, a former long distance runner at the University of Maryland proved he could "go the distance" for his country has now been honored with our nation's highest honor. WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Mary Beth Marsden literally "tea'd" it up on Maryland's News Now as she talked about the battle going on right now between the federal government and one of America’s fastest growing-bottle drinks, Kombucha Tea. Mary Beth Marsden talks with Washington Post movie reviewer Ann Hornaday about a new film that she suggests is the finest newspaper movie of its era, ranking it right up their with the likes of "All The President's Men" and "Citizen Kane".
34 minutes | Nov 23, 2015
11/21/2015 Navy Football, Larry Hogan, Marland Senator Barbara Mikulski and more
It was yet another week of "great moments" from the Naval Academy football team on WBAL NewsRadio 1090 as Pete Medhurst and Omar Nelson and some "spirited" Midshipman "strike-up-the-band" with some "Nap Town Funk" Navy Football style with a record-setting win over SMU that once again turned plenty of heads as the Midshipman continue to climb in the naitonal rankings. Governor Larry Hogan made an emotional announcement about his battle against cancer. Coming-up this week Marland Senator Barbara Mikulski will be at the White House to receive that honor. She and 16 others will be presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
34 minutes | Nov 14, 2015
11/14/2015 Veterans Day Features, Navy Football and More
Maryland's News Extra hosted by Scott Wykoff from WBAL NewsRadio 1090. On this week's episode: Veterans Day Features, Navy Football and More
34 minutes | Nov 7, 2015
11/7/2015 Ravens Highlights, American Pharoah and Navy Football
What a bye-week it was for Ravens fans after a big, last second win over the Chargers at M&T Bank Stadium. We listen back to how it sounded and Mary Beth Marsden is joined by the Voice of the Ravens, WBAL's Gerry Sandusky, to talk all about the win and the rest of the season. American Pharoah did it again. The big horse with the little tail did what no other Triple Crown winner has ever done, win the Breeders' Cup Classic in the same year it won the Preakness, Kentucky Derby and Belmont. We look back on American Pharoah's last race of his amazing career. And what a week it was with Ray Lewis coming back to town to be honored as the 'Legend of the Game,' at the Ravens game with the Chargers at M&T Bank Stadium. Not to mention his appearance at the Humidor to promote his new line of cigars. WBAL's Maryland News Now sports guys, Keith Mills and Brett Hollander talked to Ray all about it. We also take you inside the Ravens locker room for some vintage Ray Lewis as the future Hall of Famer gave the Ravens a rousing pep talk before their game with the Chargers. And what a season it has been for the Navy Midshipmen football team in their first season in the American Athletic Conference as heard right here on WBAL Newsradio 1090. You'll hear what the excitement of Navy football sounds like and WBAL as we also look forward to the Mid's big game against nationally ranked an undefeated Memphis.
34 minutes | Oct 24, 2015
10/24/2015 Maryland Million Day, Ravens News, Martin O'Malley On The Daily Show and More
Maryland Million Day, Ravens News, Martin O'Malley On The Daily Show and More
34 minutes | Oct 10, 2015
10/10/2015: Ravens Talk, Deborah Norville, Biography of Donald Trump and more
On Maryland's News Now with Mary Beth Marsden, live from the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, Coach Harbaugh was talking about the Ravens' chances to make it 2 in a row with the Browns coming to town at M&T Bank Stadium. And then Mary Beth was joined by ESPN's Jamison Hensley for a look back on the big win in Pittsburgh and a look ahead to the Browns game. Can you believe it, for 20 years now Deborah Norville has been hosting "Inside Edition". She joined Bryan Nehman on Maryland's News Now not only to talk about her 2 decade run, but to also talk about her new best seller Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive: 101 Inspirational Stories about Counting Your Blessings and Having a Positive Attitude. Pulitzer prize winning reporter/journalist Michel D'Antonio joins Bryan Nehman on Maryland's News Now to talk about his revealing unauthorized biography of Donald Trump. Mary Beth Marsden talks with Baltimore Sun State Politics Reporter Erin Cox about how Governor Hogan. during his battle against cancer in the last few months, has found some real camaraderie from people who are going through similar experiences amid his cancer treatments at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
34 minutes | Oct 3, 2015
10/3/2015 Travel Experts, High School Blogger, Fall TV Line Ups and more
WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman talks to the mom of a high school senior who blogs about that one question you just can't ask your high school senior over the next few months. The days before and after Thanksgiving are some of the busiest (and often most expensive) times to travel all year. You'll hear from a pair of travel experts who have their own very special "takes" on how you can save money travelling over the Thanksgiving holiday. WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Mary Beth Marsden was one of many Baltimoreans who boarded busses for trips to DC and Philadelphia for events surrounding the Poe Francis' first visit to the United States. On Maryland's News Now, Mary Beth takes you behind-the-scenes of her "blessed bus trip" to Philly to take part in the Papal mass. It's a new day on the Daily Show and WBAL NewsRadio 1090's Bryan Nehman was talking all about Trevor Noah's debut on the Daily Show and where the Daily Show is headed now as he was joined by TV Guide's Matt Roush on Maryland's News Now. They also breakdown the premieres of the new shows starring Rob Lowe and John Stamos and talk about the season premier of Saturday Night Live.
34 minutes | Oct 1, 2015
10/31/2015 Crying In Little League Sports, American Pharoah and More
There's no crying in baseball. But is there "crying" in Little League baseball? Our resident youth baseball coach Bryan Nehman was talking all about it on Maryland's News Now. American Pharoah, the horse that America fell in love with this-year winning the Triple Crown, will close out his racing year and its racing career in the Breeder's Cup Classic. Bryan Nehman caught-up with Diana Nyad, the best-selling and author and very popular motivational speaker and the person who became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage. All this and more.
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