I love Bob & Ray. And this is one of my favorites. Their interview with the president of the STOA, which stands for...well, you'll hear.
I had only one semi-path crossing with the team. Or half the team. Years back, Bob Eliot and Ray Goulding were scheduled to have an event at, I believe, the Museum of Broadcasting. Only Bob was able to make it, because Ray was too ill at the time. I rarely ask questions at such events, but did on that night. I got called on in the audience and asked why it was "Bob and Ray," and not "Ray and Bob." He laughed and said, "Y'know, I don't think we've ever been asked that." He didn't exactly remember the reason at that point, but the best he could come up with was along the lines of, "At the time, we were doing a radio show in Boston, and there was a little promo they used, 'Start your day, with Bob and Ray,' because it rhymed."
So, here's 3-1/2 minutes from their Broadway show, Bob and Ray: The Two and Only. Starring...Ray and Bob.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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