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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tom Clavin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tom Clavin, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tom Clavin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tom Clavin, often where they are interviewed.

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Best-Selling Author Tom Clavin.

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Best-selling author Tom Clavin joins the show to chat about MLB's return, growing-up in the Bronx, 1950's NYC baseball, his books, Gil Hodges' impact, Jack's amazing ride in 1986, the PGA Championship this week, the Tiger vs. Jack debate, authors supporting each other, his relationship with Dick Enberg, 2020's nonsense, his non-sports books, never being able to get into audio books, his next project, Ted Williams' mythical status, The Mick as his favorite player and more!

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Aug 04 2020 · 42mins
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Patrick Millikin in conversation with Tom Clavin, author of Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday and the Vendetta Ride from Hell
Jun 20 2020 · 58mins

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Episode 8 – Is There a Thread that Connects the Past, the Present & the Future – Authors Phil Keith and Tom Clavin

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Is there a thread that connects the past, the present and the future?

Larry welcomes authors Phil Keith and Tom Clavin, authors of All Blood Runs Red: The Legendary Life of Eugene Bullard―Boxer, Pilot, Soldier, Spy.  The authors discuss the extraordinary life of Eugene Bullard, an African-American who led a dynamic life under extreme and difficult circumstances of war, both in France and at home.  Phil and Tom discuss the dynamics of this amazing life.

Larry also gives his thoughts on the state of the United States today, the pandemic, the premonition of Lenny Bruce after the Berlin Wall falls, and a unique comparison between Donald Trump and Michael Jordan.

Jun 05 2020 · 58mins
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Tom Clavin - #1811-1

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It's episode 1811, so let's go back to 1811.  And then let's go forward 70 years to 1881, when the fight at the OK Corral occurred.  You see, it all connects.  It certainly connected for Tom, who wrote a book about it.  It's the latest in his series about cowboys, a neglected topic these days.

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May 20 2020 · 38mins

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Tom Clavin (5/1/2020) Inside the Writer's Studio Episode #59

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Charlie talks with NYT bestselling nonfiction author Tom Clavin about his new book Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday, and the Vendetta Ride from Hell. They discuss the enduring mythos (and reality) of the American western frontier as well as how to create nonfiction characters, the influence of Hollywood, and even a little bit about another pillar of American mythology—baseball.

May 01 2020 · 45mins
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Lunch on The Deck with Author Tom Clavin

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Bill and Jessica chat with acclaimed author Tom Clavin live from broadcast house on WLNG! 

Mar 31 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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WPPB | Guests Tom Clavin & Bill Goldstein | 11/10/2019

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Alec and Bridget with guests Tom Clavin, best-selling author, and Bill Goldstein, former sports agent and raconteur.

Nov 10 2019 · 1hr 2mins
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Tom Clavin – Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunfighter

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February 25, 2019 - We welcome a familiar face back into the passenger seat of our time machine. It's Tom Clavin, who we last chatted with about the book, Valley Forge, he co-authored with Bob Drury. Tom returns solo with the definitive true story of James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok.

A soldier in the Civil War, spy for the Union, scout, lawman, gunfighter, gambler, showman, actor, and romantic, he crossed paths with General Custer, befriended the boy who grew up into Buffalo Bill Cody, and locked horns with Calamity Jane -- which may surprise those who've grown up with Hollywood portrayals of the pair as lovers.

Wild Bill's life story is also peppered with Ben Thompson, Kit Carson, and a slew of too-slow gamblers and gunmen looking to beat the fastest gun in the West and steal the title themselves. We can enjoy all these stories in Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier's First Gunfighter. Tom Clavin is the author or coauthor of sixteen books, including the #1 best-seller Dodge City: Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the Wickedest Town in the American West.

You can visit our guest at TomClavin.com.
Feb 25 2019 · 54mins
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American Revolution history book – “Valley Forge” (Simon & Schuster, 2018) – Tom Clavin interview

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Tom Clavin is a prolific history writer who’s been on the New York Times Bestsllers list. We talk about his latest book co-authored with Bob Drury, Valley Forge.

0:41 – Tom talks about how he got into co-authoring a book on Valley Forge during the American Revolution.

3:05 – Tom talks about how the book is laid out and describes each of the three parts.

7:51 – Tom talks about the ways Washington was able to keep his troops at Valley Forge.

10:44 – Tom talks about Lafayette and Von Steuben.

14:14 – Tom talks about Washington’s feelings of fatherliness to the men in his army and to the country.

17:02 – Tom talks about the British plans and the effects of winter on campaigning.

19:58 – Tom talks about Washington’s plans for the time at Valley Forge and after. He also describes Von Steuben and what he did for the army.

24:19 – Tom talks about how Washignton managed an army made up of people from all over the country and also of other nationalities. There were also hundreds of black troops in the army.

29:00 – Tom talks about what they used to research the book.

31:55 – Tom talks about visiting the site of Valley Forge.

34:55 – Tom tells the sad story of John Lawrence, one of Washington’s favorites.

38:15 – The Americans deployed an attack submarine during Valley Forge. As wild as that sounds, Tom explains.

39:40 – Tom talks about the effort to usurp Washington.

43:54 – Tom talks about how camp followers were taken care of.

45:29 – Tom talks about the huge population of people at Valley Forge at the time.

47:04 – Tom talks about Washington’s experience in managing this large number of people.

53:45 – He has a website tomclavin.com

Links of interest

http://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Valley-Forge/Bob-Drury/9781501152719

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Guests: Tom Clavin

Host: Cris Alvarez

Tags: military, history, military history, conflict, war, interview, non-fiction book. George Washington, Lafayette, Von Steuben, Alexander Hamilton, Howe, British, Continental Army, Continental Congress, Franklin, American Revolution

Nov 16 2018 · 57mins
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#1310 Valley Forge with Bob Drury and Tom Clavin

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"It's a very patriotic story in the best sense of the word … these were people who were fighting for a cause."

— Tom Clavin

Clay and David are joined by Bob Drury and Tom Clavin, the #1 New York Times bestselling authors, to discuss their newest book, Valley Forge.

In December of 1777, the American Continental Army struggled to survive the coming winter. Valley Forge tells the story of how this army, after a string of demoralizing defeats, not only survived, but regrouped to take advantage of their last chance at redemption in a stunning victory at the Battle of Monmouth Court House.

Valley Forge was the darkest moment of the revolutionary war. Twelve thousand American troops were stationed at a place 23 miles northwest of Philadelphia. If there could be suffering, they felt it at Valley Forge — nearly starving, mutiny, disease, internecine struggles, you name it. Drury and Clavin also give us insights about Alexander Hamilton, and perhaps why George Washington listened to him so carefully. Of all of the people who have a role in this great story, Thomas Jefferson is not one of them, and for that reason, all of those present never quite felt that Jefferson was fully one of the band of brothers.

Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog.

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You can learn more about our Cultural Tours & Retreats with Clay S. Jenkinson at jeffersonhour.com/tours.

Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.

Oct 30 2018 · 54mins
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