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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

5 Year Flashback – ONS 198 (5/18/05) 28.40

5 Year Flashback – ONS 198 (5/18/05) 28.40 (30:00 / 27.5 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground ( – May 2010 – Track 40
I had this thought on the bus home, of seeing how my show had changed by listening to the show I did exactly 5 years ago, so here it is! This seems to be a pretty typical show from that time period.

The Overnightscape #198 (5/18/05) Tonight’s subjects include: Aggravating sunlight, ultrarunners, Internet memories (“Good Morning New Zealand”), energy drink review (“Full Throttle”), listener email (“Andy from New Zealand”, “Andy from California”, “Shakerleg”), soft drink review (“Pepsi Lime”), From the Forum (“Sigstedt from Oslo, Norway”, “Edward from Southern California”, “Jay from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil”), live stapling, Fuse TV, and a weird woman violating the order of things on the bus. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora. (30 minutes)
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The Overnightscape Underground is an Internet talk radio channel, focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts. Created by Frank Nora ( in New Jersey, USA.

posted by Frank at 7:00 pm filed in features,FN,Frank,May10  


  1. It was great to hear one of the old 1/2 studio shows. That is what drew me in to listening. It would be cool to hear a random episode like that once in awhile.

    Comment by mannythemailman — May 20, 2010 @ 6:04 am

  2. I remember when you used to play random segments from old shows. What did you call that Frank?

    Comment by mannythemailman — May 20, 2010 @ 6:06 am

  3. It was called “The Random Overnightscape 30 Seconds”

    Comment by Frank — May 20, 2010 @ 6:41 am

  4. Takes me back. I had just stumbled across The Overnightscape in April or May of that year. Hadn’t listened to many podcasts previously and assumed, during my first few listens, that it was produced by a team of people in either a radio station or some sort of web company.

    Comment by Neal — May 20, 2010 @ 11:28 am

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