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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 going to an ALS charity event with Nigel at the request of James Carville. Tony chats with Dave Sims - the voice of the Mariners - about the life of a baseball play-by-play man, and how the Mariners are looking this year, and Tony also talks to Greg Garcia about an honor he received from his Alma mater, and Tony…
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Tony opens the show by talking about an issue he had on the Bay Bridge, his frustration at a tournament in played in over the weekend, and also about a few things he got in the mail. Tim Legler calls in to talk about the Celtics' dramatic overtime win over the Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, and also about what to expect in the W…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Xander Schauffele winning the PGA Championship. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the NBA playoffs with defending champ Denver losing to Minnesota, and they also talk about the changing of the guard with the stars of the NBA, Chuck Culpepper calls in to talk more about the PGA Championship and about Scottie …
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Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA playoffs and the ratings for Caitlin Clark’s first game in the WNBA, then he talks with Steve Sands who’s in Valhalla to cover the PGA Championship. Kenny McPeek - the trainer of the Kentucky Derby winning horse - calls in to talk about his chances in the Preakness, legendary horse racing expert Andy Bey…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Caitlin Clark’s debut, and he also talks about the NBA and NHL playoffs, and a nice win by the Nats. Doug Ferguson calls in to talk about Jimmy Dunne’s resignation, Rory McIlroy’s divorce and how that will impact him this week and who else might win the PGA. Pam Ward calls in to give her thoughts on how Caitlin …
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Tony opens the show by talking about having dinner with Pablo Torre, and he also talks about the Nats / Red Sox series. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on what’s going on in the NBA playoffs, Ron Flatter phones in to give a preview of the Preakness, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : JW Farrell “On the Surf…
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Tony opens the show by talking about planting tomatoes and peppers with Michael, and he also talks about a strange letter he got from a charity organization. Bob Ryan calls in to talk about the Celtics and Bruins after big losses in the playoffs, Tim Kurkjian phones in to talk about a highly touted rookie being called up and also about what has sto…
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Tony opens the show by talking about more adventures he and Michael had during their trip to Pinehurst. Brian Windhorst calls in to talk about the NBA playoffs, Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about inter league play in baseball, and also about the Nats-O’s series, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Lila Forde “All I Exp…
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Tony opens the show by talking about going to North Carolina to play golf with Michael at Pinehurst, and he also talks about the Nats, and about some delicious food that was sent to the show. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the NBA playoffs, golf writer Ron Green Jr who was a long time sports writer for the Charlotte Observer calls in to talk…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA games from the night before, and he also chats with Phil Ceppaglia (of Phil’s Mom fame) about making it to the World Series of Poker. Tim Legler calls in to give his thoughts on the NBA playoffs so far, legendary horse racing expert Andy Beyer calls in with his picks for the Derby, and Tony closes out th…
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Tony opens the show by talking about some changes in the CBS NFL studio show, the NBA playoffs, and he also talks about a letter he got from JP Morgan. Horse racing expert Ron Flatter calls in from Churchill Downs to talk about the Kentucky Derby and also about changes to the Belmont this year, Jeff Passan calls in to talk about what MLB is doing t…
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Tony opens the show by talking about getting to golf with Michael and Wilbon on Friday, and he also talks about a great comeback win by the Nats. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about what has stood out to him so far in the NBA playoffs, Pat Forde calls in to talk about the upcoming 150th running of the Kentucky Derby, and Tony closes out the show …
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Tony opens the show by talking about going to see the Nats / Dodgers game with the Socialite. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about the first round of the NFL Draft, Booger McFarland calls in to give his thoughts on the Draft as well as his experience of being drafted, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Wasnatch “Inbe…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Nats game, the NBA playoffs, and also about potato chips. Chris Cillizza, who’s in studio, presents a few news stories for the gang and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : The Jim Basnight Band “What I Wouldn’t Do” ; “I’ll Be There” To learn more about listener data and our privacy pr…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Nelly Korda winning her 5th straight tournament and he also talks about Scottie Scheffler’s dominance, and the Nats good weekend. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about what stood out to him from the first games of the NBA playoffs and he also weighs in on Nelly Korda and Scottie Scheffler. Pat Forde phones in to…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Coyotes moving from Phoenix to Salt Lake City, and also about the ratings for the Masters vs the ratings for the NBA. Brian Windhorst calls in to talk about the play-in games, injuries, and Jontay Porter getting banned for life for gambling. Neil Greenberg calls in to preview the NHL playoffs, and Tony close…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a harrowing drive over the Bay Bridge, and he also talks about the WNBA Draft. Tim Legler calls in to give his thoughts on the play-in games for the NBA Playoffs, Jeff Passan phones in to talk about Shohei Ohtani and where things stand with the investigation into his interpreters gambling and embezzlement scanda…
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Tony opens the show by talking about his weekend at the beach, and he also talks with Michael about Scottie Scheffler winning his second Masters. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the Masters, Tiger Woods, and he also talks about the end of NBA regular season. Steve Sands phones in to talk some more about Scheffler’s win, and Tony clo…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Greg Garcia about going on a college tour with his son, and Tony also talks about the ratings for the men’s and women’s finals in the NCAA Tournament. Mark Feinsand calls in to talk about what stands out to him in the first couple of weeks to the season, Steve Sands calls in to preview the Masters, and Tony close…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Michael, Chris Cillizza and Nigel about the eclipse and also about UConn winning their second straight national championship. Pat Forde calls in to talk about UConn’s win over Purdue and also about the huge ratings for the women’s final. Noah Petro from NASA calls in to talk about his experience watching the ecli…
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Tony opens the show by talking about South Carolina beating Iowa to win the National Championship, the Valero Open, and also about John Calipari leaving Kentucky to coach at Arkansas. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the women’s championship game, and also about Calipari and who may replace him, Noah Petro from NASA phones in to talk…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Stefon Diggs, the Bucks, sweat stained baseball uniforms, a possible intern for the show and Karril’s new car. Chuck Culpepper calls in from Arizona to preview the men’s Final Four, Pam Ward calls in to give her thoughts on the women’s Final Four, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : R…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Caitlin Clark and Iowa beating LSU to return to the Final Four, and also about the huge number that game drew. He talks more about Clark and the rise of the women’s game with Sally Jenkins, and Tim Legler calls in to give his take on Clark and also about the Men’s Final Four, and Tony closes out the show by open…
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Tony opens the show by talking about what happened in the NCAA Tournament over the weekend, and he also talks about being excited to see LSU against Iowa, and also about playing golf over the weekend and about Michael’s trip to Rehoboth with the family. Tim Kurkjian calls in to talk about Juan Soto’s phenomenal start to the season with the Yankees,…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Opening Day in baseball, and he also tells a story about his gas bill. Chuck Culpepper calls in to talk about the Sweet 16 games, Jason La Canfora calls in to give his thoughts on the NFL’s rule changes, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Airport Sushi “The Cheesy Song” ; “Dodgeball”…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the horrifying bridge collapse in Baltimore, and he also talks to Chris Cillizza about his bracket since he’s in last place in the pool, and Tony opens up a bag of chips for everyone to try. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the NCAA Tournament so far, Buster Olney phones in to talk about the gambl…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the NCAA Tournament - the big games and upsets, and how the Field of 16 looks, and he also gets an update on the TK Bigs leaderboard from Michael. Richard Justice calls in to talk about the passing of Peter Angelos and also about what’s going on with Shohei Ohtani and gambling. Pat Forde calls in to give his tho…
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Tony opens the show by getting bracket picks from Spike Braun - while his father Gary Braun sits in studio. Tony also gets picks from Pat Forde, Jeff Ma, and from the show’s former board-op Greg Garcia, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Michael Diesenhoff “The Bracket We Want” ; Jo Henley “Save the Last Dance For Us” ;…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Chuck Todd to get his bracket picks. Next, he talks with Phil’s Mom to get her picks and see how she feels about Creeton and Markwette this year. Bob Ryan calls in with his picks and also to defend his concept of what constitutes an upset, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Erik DeLon…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Steve Sands about the finish at TPC, and he also gets Steve’s bracket for the NCAA Tournament. Michael Wilbon calls in with his picks and also talks about Justin Fields being traded to the Steelers, Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the ACC tournament and he also makes his NCAA picks, and Tony closes out the s…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Duke / UNC rivalry, and also about some sweaters he got in the mail. Joe Lunardi calls in to talk about the Tournament field is shaping up, Tim Kurkjian phones in to talk about the big stories from Spring Training and also about a new project he is starting, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mai…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Daylight Savings Time, and also about the very effective ads he sees about dog food. Tim Legler calls in to talk about what he sees when he watches Caitlin Clark play, Booger McFarland calls in to talk about NFL free agency, the running back market, and what’s going on with the Bears and Justin Fields, and Tony …
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Tony opens the show by welcoming George Bushby back to the show and Tony talks to George and Michael about the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about Russell Wilson going to Pittsburgh and also about the big women’s college hoops games from the weekend, Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the ACC Tournament being played …
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Tony opens the show by talking about the state of the Wizards. Next, he talks to Attorney Abbe Lowell about Dartmouth basketball players' vote to unionize and the implications of that, Jason La Canfora phones in to talk about Russell Wilson getting cut by the Broncos and what his future looks like, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mai…
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Tony opens the show by talking about how bad the Hoyas are this season, a big win for Binghamton, trying to watch Shohei Ohtani, and his part in designing a new logo for the America East conference. Steve Sands calls in to talk about the state of the PGA, and the possibility of more high profile players going to LIV, Chuck Culpepper calls in to tal…
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Tony opens the show by talking about watching the indoor track world championships in Glasgow, a trip to the Candy Kitchen, the Golf from the weekend and the passing of Chris Mortensen. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more about Mort, and also about Caitlin Clark setting the NCAA scoring record, Charlie Steiner calls in to talk about the excit…
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Tony opens the show by pulling back the curtain on how a PTI show was put together this week, and he also talks with Michael about Anthony Kim’s return to competitive golf. Bob Ryan calls in to talk about a piece he just wrote for the Boston Globe about attending or covering a sporting event in all 50 states (plus DC and Puerto Rico), John Ourand o…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a conversation he had with Kip Sheehan about whether winter is over or not, and he also talks about trying a new pizza place. Stephen Nesbitt of the Athletic calls in to talk about the controversy over baseball’s new uniforms, Peter King calls in to chat with Tony about his recent retirement announcement and wha…
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Tony opens the show by talking about a change in Sports Center that he noticed, Dr J, and he also talks about about The Match with Michael. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about going to see a high school basketball game between Gonzaga and Paul VI, Pat Forde calls in to talk about what needs to be done about students storming the court, and Tony c…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Nick Saban, Rick Pitino, the Wizards, and Charlie Woods. Soccer analyst Taylor Twellman calls in to talk about Lionel Messi and his impact wherever he plays, Bob Ryan calls in to talk about the state of the Red Sox, and whether the Celtics can win the title this year, and Tony closes out the show by opening up t…
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Tony opens the show by talking about having to rewrite the script for PTI, and also about a dental emergency he had while at the beach. Ryan McGee calls in to talk about the Daytona 500 and NASCAR, Mark Feinsand phones in from Spring Training to talk about the Lerners' change of heart to keep the Nats, and also about the latest on the free agents l…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the NBA All Star Weekend, the Lerner’s decision to not sell the Nats, and the Daytona 500. Michael Wilbon calls in to give his thoughts on the All Star game, and he also shares his memories of Lefty Driesell, Jay Bilas phones in to talk some more about Lefty, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailba…
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Tony opens the show by talking about Caitlin Clark setting the women’s scoring record, and he also talks with Michael about Tiger and Rory’s first round at Riviera. Pat Forde calls in to give his thoughts on Caitlin Clark, and he and Tony also talk about what’s going on with the last two teams in the PAC 12. Jeff Passan calls in to talk about the b…
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Tony opens the show by pulling back the curtain on how he prepares for a segment on PTI. Louisa Thomas of the New Yorker calls in to talk to Tony about the “Taylor Swift Effect”, Steve Sands phones in to talk about what needs to be done at the Phoenix Open to reign in the rowdiness, and also about Tiger Woods’s new clothing line, and Tony closes ou…
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Tony opens the show by talking about the Waste Management Open, Caitlin Clark, and he also talks at length about Kansas City beating San Francisco to win the Super Bowl. He talks about Pat Mahomes and his place in history with Michael Wilbon, Jason La Canfora calls in to give his thoughts on the game and Mahomes, and Tony closes out the show by ope…
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Tony opens the show by talking briefly about the new Hall of Fame class in the NFL, Geno Auriemma’s future, and then he talks about a scary incident involving his dog Chessie. Jason La Canfora calls in to talk about the storylines for the Super Bowl and also about Bill Belichick not getting any of the open coaching jobs. James Carville and Jeff Ma …
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Tony opens the show by talking with Michael about the Grammys and the duet by Tracy Chapman and Luke Combs on Chapman’s song “Fast Cars”. Booger McFarland calls in to talk about his experience in two Super Bowls, Chuck Todd phones in to make his picks against Reginald the Monkey, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Marty…
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Tony opens the show by talking about dealing with the first football-free week since August, and he also talks about the LIV tour’s debut event for 2024. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about Caitlin Clark and the NBA, Barry Svrluga calls in to talk about the new head coach for the WFT, the new owners of the O’s, and Ted Leonsis’s plan to move the …
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Tony opens the show by telling the pizza story, and he talks with Michael about the group of investors working with the PGA and what that means for the tour. Pat Forde calls in talk about what’s going on with Soorts Illustrated and he also talks about the struggles of top teams in college basketball this year, Ray Ratto calls in to talk about the 4…
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Tony opens the show by talking with Mark Feinsand of MLB.com about the pending sale of the Orioles, he chats with AP golf writer Doug Ferguson who’s at Pebble Beach covering the the AT&T Pro-Am, and they talk to Neil Greenberg about the rise of legal gambling and the issues that have come up as a result, and Tony closes out the show by opening up t…
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