History Radio / CarTalk

10th Jul '17 7:11:42 PM Mdumas43073
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** They also refer to the city of Detroit as "Day-twah" (though that is the actual French pronounciation).

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** They also refer to the city of Detroit as "Day-twah" (though that is the actual French pronounciation).pronunciation).
* LongRunners: The show began on Boston's WBUR-FM in 1977, with NPR picking it up nationally a decade later; the final new episode was produced in 2012, making a 35-year original run.
10th Jul '17 7:07:39 PM Mdumas43073
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The single most popular show produced by [[Creator/{{NPR}} National Public Radio]], ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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The single most popular show produced by [[Creator/{{NPR}} National Public Radio]], Creator/{{NPR}}, ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) "Caah Took"]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
10th Jul '17 7:06:02 PM Mdumas43073
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The single most popular show produced by [[Creataor/{{NPR}} National Public Radio]], ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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The single most popular show produced by [[Creataor/{{NPR}} [[Creator/{{NPR}} National Public Radio]], ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
10th Jul '17 7:05:51 PM Mdumas43073
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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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The single most popular show produced by [[Creataor/{{NPR}} National Public Radio]], ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.



The show also features funny or interesting letters from listeners, and a weekly brainteaser. Like ''Series/TopGear'', it has a following that goes beyond car nerds, people in need of car advice, or people who even own cars.

The show is the single most popular show produced by National Public Radio.

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The show also features featured funny or interesting letters from listeners, and a weekly brainteaser. Like ''Series/TopGear'', it has had a following that goes went beyond car nerds, people in need of car advice, or people who even own cars.

The show is the single most popular show produced by National Public Radio.
owned cars.
10th Jul '17 7:03:39 PM Mdumas43073
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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in[[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.

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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also Magliozzi (also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Brothers"), proprietors of the Good News Garage in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Listeners would call in[[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.
10th Jul '17 7:00:31 PM Mdumas43073
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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in[[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.

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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a long-running weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in[[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.
10th Jul '17 6:59:50 PM Mdumas43073
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->'''Ray''': ''"Don't drive like my brother."''\\
'''Tom''': ''"And don't drive like ''my'' brother!"''\\

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->'''Ray''': ''"Don't Don't drive like my brother."''\\
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'''Tom''': ''"And And don't drive like ''my'' brother!"''\\brother!\\
10th Jul '17 6:59:10 PM Mdumas43073
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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in [[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.

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''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in [[note]]actually, in[[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.
10th Jul '17 6:58:31 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''Car Talk''''' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in [[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.

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'''''Car Talk''''' ''Car Talk'' ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents pronounced]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Boston}} Caah Towok]]) was a weekly radio broadcast about automotive repair on Creator/{{NPR}} hosted by the wisecracking brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, also known as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers". Listeners would call in [[note]]actually, listeners called in and reached a 24-hour answering service where they were pre-screened, but the brothers wouldn't hear the problems beforehand; the reason for it is that NPR stations wouldn't all broadcast the show at the same time[[/note]] and describe the problems with their vehicles. The brothers would crack wise, make fun of themselves, each other, and the listener--especially when the caller tries to reproduce the weird sound the car has been making--and oftentimes come up with plausible answers and solutions for the caller to investigate.
20th Jun '17 5:08:04 PM Doryna
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The brothers made a {{Cameo}} in the Creator/{{Pixar}} film ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' as Rusty and Dusty Rust-Eze. They also made an appearance on ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' as UsefulNotes/{{Furry|Fandom}} versions of themselves.

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The brothers made a {{Cameo}} {{Cameo}}s in the Creator/{{Pixar}} film films ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 3}}''[[note]]Since the movie came out in 2017, Tom's lines were taken from clips from the first film and segments on ''Car Talk''[[/note]] as Rusty and Dusty Rust-Eze. They also made an appearance on ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' as UsefulNotes/{{Furry|Fandom}} versions of themselves.
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