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The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"The Tony Kornheiser Show" (now available exclusively on-demand) is a topical, daily talk show that starts with sports and quickly moves into politics, current events, entertainment and, really, whatever happens to be on Tony’s mind that day. The format of the show—regular sit-in guests with familiar interviews and segments—highlights not only the unique perspective of Tony Kornheiser but also the expertise of his network of friends. Join one of the most recognizable and outspoken commentato ...
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Tony opens the show by talking about playing golf over the weekend with Michael and with Kevin Sheehan, and also about the Nats and the Indy 500. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about a big weekend for Northwestern sports, and also about the Celtics win over the Heat to force a game 7, Jeff Passan phones in to talk about robotic umpires being teste…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Chris Cillizza about Ron DeSantis entering the presidential race and how he may deal with Donald Trump. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about the resurgent Orioles and also about the new kickoff rules for the NFL, Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday phones in to give a summer movie preview, and Tony close…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a surprisingly good round of golf he played, and he also talks about the Nats and the progress of his garden. Greg Cote calls in to talk about how Miami is the center of the sports world right now with the Heat and the Panthers doing so well in the playoffs, Bob Ryan phones in to talk about the Celtics win and a…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a tournament he played in over the weekend, the Nats, and he talks with Michael about the PGA Championship. Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about the passing of Jim Brown and his legacy, Chuck Culpepper calls in to give his thoughts on Brooks Koepka, Michael Block and the PGA Championship, and also a little bit…
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Tony opens the show by talking about going to Taco Tuesday with Nigel earlier in the week, and he also talks with Michael about the plans for the garden this summer, and also a little bit about a rough night for the Nats. Chuck Culpepper calls in to talk about the weather in Rochester for the PGA Championship, and also what to expect from Rory and …
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Tony opens the show by talking with legendary horse racing expert Andy Beyer about Mage’s win at the Derby and his chances at the Preakness. Liz Clarke phones in to talk about Rafael Nadal and the possibility that he might miss the French Open for the first time 2005, and AP Golf writer Doug Ferguson calls in to preview the PGA Championship in Roch…
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Tony opens the show by talking about his annual weekend of golf at the beach with his high school friends, and he also talks about Michael coming over and assembling a planter (something beyond Tony’s skill set). Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about the latest incident with Ja Morant, and also about the Celtics win over the 76ers and what that me…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats, Luke Russert’s book party, and also about the CNN Town Hall with former President Trump. Neil Greenberg calls in to talk about the proliferation of gambling, and how to police student athletes and pros who do gamble, Pat Forde phones in to talk about the penalties for WVU coach Bob Huggins and whether …
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Tony opens the show by talking about a rough golf outing, and also about his trip up to NY for a Binghamton Alumni event. Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about the AL East, and how baseball might work to bring the role of the starting pitcher back into prominence, Chris Cillizza talks to Tony about the court ruling against Trump and how that might im…
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Tony opens the show by reading some emails, and he also talks about the Nats and also about a large woodpecker he saw. Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about the NBA playoffs and big wins by Philly and Phoenix, Pat Forde phones in to talk about the Kentucky Derby, the deaths of several horses leading up the race, and another scandal for Alabama, an…
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Tony opens the show by reading some emails about what kind of sneakers he should be wearing, and he also talks about Luke Russert’s new book “Look For Me There” and the Nats. Tim Legler calls in to talk about the NBA playoffs and why Joel Embiid deserved to be the MVP, Andy Beyer phones in to preview the Kentucky Derby (and who he likes to win), an…
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Tony opens the show by talking about an XFL highlight, and also about the importance of the Red Zone to his cable package. Chuck Culpepper phones in from Kentucky ahead of the Derby to talk about the 50th anniversary of Secretariat’s Triple Crown, Richard Justice calls in to talk about Rome, the return of Bryce Harper, the resurgence of the Orioles…
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Tony opens the show by reading some emails and clearing up the mystery of the TK golf ball found in Cooperstown. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about hockey, the NFL Draft, and the NBA playoffs, Jason La Canfora phones in to give his thoughts on the draft, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Mike Steinel “Travelin’ Ligh…
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Tony opens the show by reluctantly talking about the NBA, and he also talks about the Nats, and he reads an email from a listener who says he found Tony’s golf ball in Cooperstown. Jeff Passan calls in to talk about Max Scherzer’s suspension, stolen bases, and the division leaders after 1 month, Barry Svrluga phones in to talk about the ruling on t…
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Tony opens the show by talking about chickens, the Nats, and the Suns. Booger McFarland calls in to share his memories of draft night, Bob Ryan phones in to talk about the Celtics and the Bruins, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Lukwesa Morin “All About That” ; Dan Bern “I’m and A.I. Bot” To learn more about listener …
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Tony opens the show by talking about getting his Covid booster, and also about an interesting person he met at a wedding over the weekend. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about what’s going on with Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson, and he also talks about the upcoming Draft, Michael Wilbon phones in to talk about the biggest surprises so far in th…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a bear incident, sunrise, and also about the Nats. Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about Madison Bumgarner, the A’s possible move to Vegas, and about Max Scherzer’s suspension, Greg Garcia phones in to talk about a possible writers strike in Hollywood and how AI may impact the future of writing, and Tony closes ou…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats, how he got a box of Reggie Bars, and also about Dominion settling their lawsuit with Fox News. He talks to Chris Cillizza about his new book “Power Players : Sports, Politics, and the American Presidency, Mark Feinsand calls in talk about Jacob DeGrom, Fernando Tatis Jr, the A’s, the Rays, and the O’s,…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats, cooking, and also about Matt Fitzpatrick’s win at the RBC Heritage. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the first games of the NBA playoffs, Marc Fisher phones in to talk about how he and Liz Clarke put together their story for the Washington Post about the disintegration of the fans base for the WFT…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Pentagon leak, and he also talks to Jeanne McManus and Liz Clarke about the end of the Daniel Snyder era with the sale of the WFT, and what that means to Washingtonians. He also talks to Liz about her recent retirement from the Washington Post and what she’s looking forward to doing now, and Barry Svrluga ca…
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Tony opens the show by talking about The Beach Boys, and also about getting fresh baked bagels from Adam Goldberg and Pop Up Bagels. Pablo Torre calls in to talk about going to the White House with his wife and daughter for the annual Easter Egg Hunt and also about Tony grilling some chicken for their dinner the night before, Brian Windhorst phones…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats bullpen, and about John Rahm's win at the Masters. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some about the Masters and also about the Dallas Mavericks. Chuck Culpepper phones in to give his thoughts on the Masters, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Sean Tweedley "Once Upon A Time (F…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a rough night for the Nats, and also about a problem he’s having with his eye. Steve Sands calls in from Augusta to preview the Masters, Jeff Passan phones in to give his thoughts on how effective the new rules in baseball have been in the early going, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Song…
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Tony opens the show by talking about UConn winning the National Championship, and how they must be regarded as a Blue Blood program now, and he also talks about the Nats and gambling ads. Barry Svrluga calls in from Augusta to talk about the Masters, Pat Forde phones in from Houston to give his thoughts on the Final Four and UConn winning, and Tony…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats, Rose Zhang winning the Augusta National women’s amateur championship, LSU’s win over Iowa, and the men’s Final Four. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk a little more about Caitlin Clark and the women’s Final Four, Bob Ryan phones in from Houston to talk about the Men’s Final Four and also about the histor…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Opening Day in baseball and how all the new rules worked. Mark Feinsand calls in to give his thoughts on how things went on Opening Day, and Chuck Culpepper phones in to talk about the Final Four, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : King Dream “Wish I Could You Now” ; “U + Me (vs the …
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Tony opens the show by talking about grilling some sausages and he also talks about Jim Larranega, Caitlin Clark and he reads an email about Willis Reed. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the Final Four for the men and women and a little NBA, Tim Kurkjian phones in to talk about his time as a best reporter for the Orioles and Rangers, and also …
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Tony opens the show by talking about CIGNA and a recent column about their alleged practice of immediately denying claims, and he also talks about the NCAA Tournament and the end of the WGC Match play event in Austin. Buster Olney calls in to talk about his early job of making bagels, and he also talks about the success of the WBC and the implicati…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the first batch of Sweet 16 games in the NCAA Tournament, and he also reads some emails. Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the Hoyas new Head Coach, and what to make of the Nats as Spring Training winds down, Steve Sands phones in to talk about the WGC Match Play tournament in Austin, and Tony closes out the …
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Tony opens the show by talking about the dramatic end to the WBC, and he also reads a few emails and he talks about the passing of Willis Reed. Richard Justice calls in to give his thoughts on the WBC and he also talks about the rise of Texas college basketball, Jeff Ma phones in to talk about the origins of Rufus Peabody, and also about the bettin…
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Tony opens the show by talking about his adventures at the CVS, and he also talks about the NCAA tournament and the golf from the weekend. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the first weekend of the Tournament, Chuck Culpepper calls in to talk about being in Columbus to see Fairleigh Dickinson take out number 1 seed Purdue, and Tony cl…
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Bracket week continues as Tony gets NCAA picks from Pat Forde, Barry Svrluga, and 2 time champion Greg Garcia, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Jaimee Harris “Love is Gonna Come Again” “Catch it Now” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more …
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Bracket week continues as Tony gets NCAA brackets from Chuck Todd, Bob Ryan, and Phil’s Mom, and as always, Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : The Bedrocks “Biltmore Lullaby” ; Chris Koch “Burrow Back to Center” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn…
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Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and he also talks about visiting some outlet stores at the beach and he talks about TPC with Michael. Michael Wilbon phones in with his NCAA brackets, as does Spike Braun, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Daisy K Meadows “My Favorite Place” ; “Two Ships” To learn more about…
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Tony opens the show by opening up a “big box of that”, and he also talks about Patrick Ewing being out at Georgetown, and also about the TPC. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about what’s going on with Lamar Jackson and Aaron Rodgers, Bob Ryan phones in to talk about Jim Boeheim and what he meant to Syracuse, the Big East, and college basketball a…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a problem his dog Chessie is having, and he also talks about some of the QB news around the NFL. Mark Feinsand if MLB.com calls in to talk about his dreams of being a film director when he was young, and how his path changed to being a sports writer, Tony talks to Chris about a horrible tragedy in Mexico, and th…
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Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and he also talks about the Moon and the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about Caitlin Clark, Northwestern’s possible seed in the tournament, and he also gives his thoughts on Ja Morant. Pat Forde phones in to talk some more about Caitlin Clark and he also goes over a bunch of…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Kevin Durant’s impact on the Suns, and he also talks about his quest to get new sneakers and about the verdict in the Murdaugh murder trial. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about what’s going on with the Ravens and Lamar Jackson, and Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, Barry Svrluga phones in to talk about skiing, …
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Tony opens the show by talking about sneakers and casual dressing with Greg Garcia, and then he talks some more with Greg about his writing process, and how he got started on his career path. Liz Clarke phones in to talk about everything swirling around Dan Snyder and the potential sale of the Commanders, and Tony closes out the show by opening up …
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Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and he also talks about Shakespeare, and the Honda Classic. Bob Ryan calls in to talk about the value of regular season records compared to winning championships, Bill Lunardi phones in to talk about his favorite bagel, and also on how teams from smaller conferences should be seeded in the NCAA Tournamen…
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Tony opens the show by reading some mail, and also by talking about his adventures in the pool as he works to get his back and leg to feel better. Brian Windhorst phones in to talk about the NBA All Star game and also about Victor Wembanyama. Mark Feinsand of MLB.com calls in to talk about the possibility of Shohei Ohtani hitting free agency and he…
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Tony opens the show by reading some emails and opening up some mail he got, and he also talks about the Daytona 500 and about John Rahm winning the Genesis Invitational. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the NBA All Star Game and about his beloved Northwestern basketball team which is looking like a lock to make the NCAA Tournament, Jason La Ca…
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Tony opens the show by talking to Jeanne and Liz about expiring foods, plexoderm, Covid testing, Stephen Strasburg, and pricing out medical procedures. Then as we approach the Daytona 500, he talks to Liz about her time covering NASCAR, and Steve Sands calls in to talk about Tiger’s performance at the Genesis Tournament, and Tony closes out the sho…
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Tony opens the show by reading an email from Greg Garcia, and he also talks about making a quick visit to the Palm to say hello to James Carville. Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about the new rules in baseball as pitchers and catchers report for spring training, Peter King calls in to put a wrap on the football season, and Tony closes out the show b…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Rihanna’s halftime show, and he also talks about the ads during the Super Bowl and he asks Chris about all the things the US is shooting down in the skies lately. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the Super Bowl and also about Northwestern’s win over #1 Purdue, Barry Svrluga phones in to give his thoughts on…
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Tony opens the show by talking to James Carville and getting his pick for the Super Bowl, and he also talks about John Wall, The Poonah, and the passing of Burt Bacharach. Jason La Canfora phones in to talk about the future of the Combine and Tom Brady’s future in broadcasting. Booger McFarland calls in to talk about his experiences playing in two …
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Tony opens the show by talking about LeBron getting the scoring title, Aaron Rodgers and when he will make a decision about next season, Kyrie’s comments about his leadership skills, and also about the State of the Union speech. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more about Kyrie and about LeBron, Chuck Todd phones in to give his thoughts on the …
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Tony opens the show by reading a few emails, and he also talks about a cold he is currently battling, and the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Michael Wilbon had to be away for an interview with LeBron James but Tony came up with a question for him, and he also talks to a special guest about going to a Bruce Springsteen concert. Pat Forde phones in to talk abo…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Jeeps, and also about a disturbing trend of thefts in DC. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about Tom Brady’s retirement and coaching moves around the NFL, Michael Granberry of the Dallas Morning News phones in to talk about his book “Hole in the Roof” about the Dallas Cowboys and their first owner Clint Murchis…
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