Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 513: Tribute to Tom Kennedy with guests Steve Beverly and Geoffrey Mark is available for listening on demand

How Jim Narz Became Tom Kennedy
Original Airdates: Oct. 23-25, 2020
TVC 513.1: Game show historian Steve Beverly joins Ed as we pay tribute to Tom Kennedy, the legendary game show host who passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at age 93. Topics this segment include how Kennedy, born James Edward Narz, came to be known by his famous stage name.

Tom Kennedy, Jack Narz, and Bill Cullen
Original Airdates: Oct. 23-25, 2020
TVC 513.2: Game show historian Steve Beverly talks to Ed about Tom Kennedy’s versatility as a game show host; how he and his real-life brother, Jack Narz, came to be related to fellow game show legend Bill Cullen; why many, including Kennedy himself, considered Cullen to be the best in the business; some insight on Kennedy’s experience hosting The Price is Right and Password Plus; and why You Don’t Say, Split Second and Name That Tune were all “Tom Kennedy shows.” Steve knew Tom Kennedy for more than twenty years. Tom Kennedy passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at age 93.



The Grace and Class of Jim and Jack Narz

Original Airdates: Oct. 23-25, 2020
TVC 513.4: Music and TV historian Geoffrey Mark talks to Ed about why Tom Kennedy, Jack Narz and Bill Cullen were all great communicators as broadcasters and game show hosts, and how he came to know both Kennedy and Narz for more than twenty years. Tom Kennedy passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at age 93.

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