Theme Time Radio Hour With Bob Dylan

Episodes

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20081206

Bob takes Rich Man, Poor Man as his topic.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan, plus guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

20081122

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan

20081127

Bob plays a selection of tracks on his chosen theme of the cold.

20081129

Bob takes Jail as his subject.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

20081211

Bob picks out an eclectic mix of music with the common theme of mail.

20081213

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

Bob takes Friends and Neighbours as his theme.

20081218

Bob's musical selection is based on the numbers one to ten.

Bob's musical countdown includes Ten Commandments by Prince Buster, Nine Below Zero by Sonny Boy Williamson II, Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes and many more.

20081220

Bob takes Tears as his theme.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

20081225

A special one hour edition of Christmas music as chosen by Bob.

A special one hour edition of Bob Dylan's Christmas themes, holiday dreams and jingle bell schemes.

20081227

Bob takes Laughter as his theme.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

20090101

Bob Dylan selects an eclectic range of tracks on the theme of Number One.

Bob Dylan selects an eclectic range of tracks on the theme of Number One, including music by Elvis Presley and The Contours.

20090103

Bob takes Trains as his theme.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

20090108

Bob goes travelling with records on the theme of 'Around the World'.

Featuring an eclectic mix of music hand-picked by Bob Dylan, interviews and commentary.

In this episode, Bob goes travelling with records on the theme of 'Around the World'.

20090110

Bob takes more Trains as his theme.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan and includes guests, interviews and commentary on music and other topics.

Bob continues his journey with more Trains.

20090115

Bob Dylan continues his travels 'around the world'.

From Liverpool to Jamaica and Loch Lomond to Rome, Bob hits the high road in this musical journey to all points of the compass.

Bob goes travelling with records on the theme of 'Around the World'.

20090117

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob Dylan from the Volunteer State of Tennessee.

20090122

Bob Dylan features records based on the theme of the name Joe.

The eclectic playlist includes Joe Hill by Joan Baez and Old Black Joe by Jerry Lee Lewis.

Bob Dylan features an eclectic mix of records and chat around the theme of the name Joe.

20090124

There's hell to pay as Bob plays music of The Devil.

20090129

Bob Dylan celebrates the telephone.

The eclectic playlist includes Talk To Me Baby by Elmore James, 842-3089 (Call My Name) by Etta James and Hanging on the Telephone by Blondie.

Bob celebrates the telephone with an eclectic playlist including Etta James and Blondie.

20090131

Bob takes Divorce as his theme.

An eclectic mix of music hand-selected by Bob with Divorce as his theme.

20090205

Bob's theme is Drinking: with tracks from Charles Aznavour, Jimmy Rogers, John Lee Hooker, Loretta Lynn, The Andrew Sisters and Charlie Walker.

The theme is Drinking: with tracks from Charles Aznavour, Jimmy Rogers and John Lee Hooker

20090212

Bob Dylan's theme is President's Day.

Tracks on the playlist include They Might Be Giants, by James K Polk and I Don't Want to Be President, by Percy Mayfield.

20090219

Bob picks out some obscure and well-known tracks on the theme of money.

Including songs by Van Morrison, Ray Charles, Mel Blanc, Louis Prima and Jesse Price.

The buck stops with Bob Dylan as he pays a musical tribute to 'money'.

20090226

Bob concludes his look at Money.

Includes I've Got Money by James Brown, Money Honey by Clyde McPhatter and The Drifters and Clean Money from Elvis Costello.

An eclectic mix of music hand-picked by Dylan as he concludes his look at Money.

20090305

Bob explores shadowy songs and subjects for this episode's theme - the night.

Tracks include Such a Night by Dr John, Night Life by Willie Nelson and Midnight Shift by Buddy Holly.

Bob Dylan picks an eclectic mix of records on the theme of the Night.

20090312

An eclectic mix of music picked by Bob Dylan.

Bob journeys through Beginnings, Middles and Ends with a playlist that includes tracks from Peggy Lee, Manfred Mann and Ray Charles.

Bob Dylan journeys through Beginnings, Middles and Ends.

20090319

Bob musically devotes this edition to mothers everywhere.

The eclectic playlist includes tracks from Randy Newman, Earl King and the Rolling Stones.

Bob musically devotes this edition of the show to mothers everywhere.

20090326

Bob goes bananas and picks fruit as this show's theme.

Tracks include Tutti Frutti by Little Richard, Strawberry Fields Forever by The Beatles and Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday.

Bob goes bananas, dips into the bowl and takes out some fruit as the theme.

Danger20081204
The Fool20090402