Do you save stuff? So does former People Magazine reporter Michael Small. He shares stories behind celebrity interview tapes and other treasures he saved. Then he and co-host Sally Libby try to throw it out.
Helen Keller’s friend, Hitler’s defier, Woody Allen’s teacher – the dancer who jolted America with moves you now see on TV, movies and music videos told me great tales in 1989.
As Dustin Hoffman, Andy Warhol, and Diana Ross watched, did I ruin Bill Murray's night at the post-screening party? Former SNL writer Tom Gammill helps us decide.
With John Flansburgh's help, Michael tries to toss They Might Be Giants treasures he saved since he wrote the band's first 1985 review in People Magazine.
Hear the 1984 interview tape with this random trio: REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin, painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Gong Show host Chuck Barris
A 45-year-old tape recording leads to revelations about Michael's family, including a kidnapped rabbi, a Johnstown drowning, and Joe Biden's junior high baseball team
In 1983, 16-year-old Kiefer Sutherland met me in Nova Scotia to discuss his first big movie role. Hear how he felt about actor dad Donald -- and how I messed up my People Magazine story.
Inspired by saved cards and letters, Michael and his wife Cindy share the tale of her survival – and their daily lives – as lupus led to kidney failure and her first two transplants.
The tale of Michael's 30-year error – and Cindy's miraculous third kidney transplant – leads to their latest challenge: Can they toss what they saved from a life-changing event?
Compton's rap mogul and NWA founder Eazy-E hanging out with Michael? Unlikely. But it happened in 1991. Hear Dr. Dre (former Yo! MTV Raps host) explain Eazy's huge cultural impact, then hear Eazy's candid interview.
Rap mogul Eazy-E's death from AIDS complications in 1995 was a shock. Hear reactions at the time from Wu-Tang's Method Man and others. Plus, hear Michael's 1992 talk with Eazy while driving in Compton during the L.A. riots.
When bestselling spy novelist Joseph Kanon was a book publisher, his assistant Michael secretly did naughty things. Until the Brooke Shields incident. Listen as Joe learns what really happened in 1979.
Broadway? Movies? TV? That's nuthin'. Donna Murphy first found fame on the high school literary magazine staff with Michael and Sally. Listen in as they read poems by Donna and others 50 years later -- and get a big surprise.
When 19-year-old Jennifer Beals enrolled at Yale – after starring in 1983's Flashdance -- she couldn't escape an interview with Michael, who tried to impress her with his academic credentials. Listen in as he relives that mistake.
In 1985, Joni Mitchell gave Michael a multi-hour interview about flunking high school, Woodstock, Bob Dylan, her Chelsea apartment, poetry, painting, and much more. Oh, c'mon. Do not ask him to toss those tapes. (Part 1 of 2.)
It ain't gonna be easy to throw out never-shared interviews with Joni Mitchell, Kiefer Sutherland and Eazy-E. Can Michael toss these tapes in season one? Get a preview.
You heard the short stuff in Part 1. Now hear Joni Mitchell's longer stories, including how she met Jimi Hendrix, why Jack Nicholson missed his cameo in her song, and a recitation of her 7th grade poem. No wonder Michael saved this treasured 1985 interview tape.
Michael justifies why he -- and many others -- feel the urge to save things. But after reviewing treasures from his days as a PEOPLE magazine reporter, there's no escape. Something gets shredded.
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