Radio Show Podcasts

Noontime Sports once hosted a radio show – keyword is once!

Our show aired on WBNW 1120AM (Money Matters Radio) from January to May of 2011 and featured multiple Boston sports media members, including Jeff Howe (Boston Herald/Patriots beat), Kirk Minihane (Co-Host of Kirk & Callahan on WEEI 93.7 FM) and Mike Giardi (Comcast Sports New England). Below you will find all shows – the show was hosted by editor/founder, Matt Noonan, and former Noontime Sports bloggers, including Dan Libon and Dan Rubin.

Past Noontime Sports Radio Shows:

January 15, 2011 – Matt and Dan previewed the New England Patriots playoff game against the New York Jets, as well as were joined by NESN.com’s Jeff Howe.

January 22, 2011 – Matt and Dan discussed the current state of the Boston Sports scene after a crushing New England Patriots loss to the New York Jets, as well as welcomed Mike Giardi from Comcast Sports New England to the airwaves.

January 29, 2011 – Despite the show only being three weeks old, Matt and Dan took a week off, but were able to compile a great show of various bloggers and Cody Powell from the Boston Blazers.

February 5, 2011 – Matt and Dan returned from their short vacation to preview the upcoming Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers, as well as talked with Jeff Howe from NESN.com.

February 12, 2o11 – With the football season officially over, both Matt and Dan turned their attention to the NHL and Boston Beanpot, as well as welcomed Joe Haggerty from Comcast Sports New England and Boston University Men’s Ice Hockey play-by-play broadcaster, Bernie Corbett.

February 19, 2011 – The NBA All-Star weekend had finally arrived, which meant that Matt and Dan needed to talk with the co-founder of RedsArmy.com, John Karalis.

(Due to no podcast that was recorded, here is the link to the video and audio by CLICKING HERE!)

February 26, 2011 – Both Matt and Dan, as well as Brian Maloney talked about the Boston Celtics-Oklahoma City Thunder trade and the state of the NFL. Also, Jenni Carlson from the Oklahoman Newspaper joined the guys to discuss the recent trade.

March 5, 2011 – The month of March began with a rather bizarre sports story involving BYU and one of their basketball players, Brandon Davies, so Matt and Dan, as well as special guest host, Cassius Holt, gave their two cents on that topic, as well as the NFL labor issues too. Also, NESN.com’s Jeff Howe joined the show to talk about the talks being extended an additional week.

March 12, 2011 – Matt Noonan and Dan Libon returned to the airwaves with a boatload of issues to discuss, ranging from Harvard-Princeton, the NFL Lockout, as well as the struggling Boston Bruins and Celtics. The guys were also joined by the Wheelock College Sports Information Director, Josh Kessler and talked with the head field hockey coach, Kyoungho Koh and sophomore midfielder, Chelsey Ballard.

March 19, 2011 – Matt Noonan and Dan Libon joined the FCC airwaves on Saturday to discuss the demise of the Boston Bruins and Celtics, but also, discussed the March Madness tournament. The guys were joined by Dan Rubin from NoontimeSports.com. Also, Noontime Sports was joined halfway through the show by Wheelock Wildcats head coach John Preziosa, to discuss the NCAA tournament.

April 2, 2011 – Matt Noonan and Noontime Sports returned to the airwaves on Saturday to discuss the Boston Red Sox Opening Day game against the Texas Rangers, as well as the Bruins and Celtics. Noonan was joined in studio by Jason Aguiar and Billy Hunt, as well as spoke with Kirk Minihane of WEEI.com.


April 9, 2011 – Dan Libon returned to the broadcast booth, as well as took part in the show’s interesting conversations regarding the Boston Red Sox and Manny Ramirez‘s retirement. Also, both Libon and Matt Noonan were joined by Jon Meterparel of WEEI’s Dennis & Callahan show, which can be heard every Monday through Friday from 6-10AM eastern.

April 16, 2011 – Noontime Sports had SO much to say the Boston Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox, as well as were joined by JR from JR Sportbrief and Tim Rosenthal from The Hub of Hockey. Also, Matt Noonan was joined in studio by Brendan Hall (ESPNBoston.com) and Corey J. Allen. 

April 23, 2011 – Noontime Sports had a great deal to say about Jack Edwards and his broadcasting skills. Also, Matt Noonan, Joey Murr and James Walsh discussed the current playoff series featuring the Celtics-Knicks and Bruins-Canadiens series. Finally, Noontime Sports was joined by their good friend from WEEI.com, Kirk Minihane

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April 30, 2011 – Noontime Sports closed out the month of April with Matt Noonan, Dan Libon and Dan Rubin talking about the Boston Bruins-Philadelphia Flyers NHL Stanley Cup playoff series, as well as the Boston Celtics and NFL Draft too. Also, the guys were joined by WEEI’s Sports Saturday Host, Matt Perrault to discuss college football and the New England Patriots draft selections. 

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May 7, 2011 – Noontime Sports opened its doors to Jason Aguiar and Billy Hunt from the Vanderbilt Club, as the guys discussed the Bruins sweep against the Flyers and Celtics-Heat series. Also, the crew was joined by Dan Duggan (Boston Herald) to preview the Celtics-Heat Game 3 at the TD Garden.

May 14, 2011 – Noontime Sports the Radio Show returned to the airwaves on Saturday May 14, as Matt Noonan and James Walsh discussed the Boston Bruins-Tampa Bay Lightning NHL Eastern Conference, as well as talked about the Boston Celtics and NBA Playoffs.

The guys were joined by Tim Rosenthal from the Hub of Hockey and Mike Patton from The Everyday Man’s Sports Blog.

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May 21, 2011 – Noontime Sports welcomed Dan Rubin and James Walsh in studio to discuss the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning Eastern Conference Finals series. Also, the guys talked about the local nine, a.k.a. the Red Sox and spoke with Scott Sudikoff, who is the play-by-play voice for the Brockton Rox. 

 

May 28, 2011 – Noontime Sports’s final show featured some interesting dialogue on the Boston Bruins and other sports/cultural topics. 

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