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Burke on Mayberry

By Dr. Kevin L. Burke, "The Master Podcaster "

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Dr. Kevin L. Burke of the "Thumbs in Pockets" chapter of 'The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club' discusses the cultural relevance, morals and “just plain fun” embodied by “The Andy Griffith Show” (1960 - 1968). Although TAGS season finale was in 1968, this classic television show is going strong more than 50 years later! Dr. Burke provides “behind the scenes” tidbits, discusses insights, and tests your knowledge of TAGS with a trivia question at the end of most episodes! Submit your Mayberry trivia answers, comments, and questions to . Answers to "Burke on Mayberry" trivia questions are located at Be sure to listen to "Sports Illuminated" where Dr. Burke discusses past, current, future events, issues, and "prime time" topics in the world of sports. No topic is "out of bounds" in this informational, yet critical analysis of issues in youth, high school, college, amateur, and professional sports. Submit your questions, comments, and topic ideas to For more information and a listing of past podcasts visit

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Dr. Burke provides a wonderfully entertaining and informative retrospective on each episode of The Andy Griffith Show. He beautifully mixes his professorial expertise with the same down-home, good-natured attitude that made TAGS such an iconic success. Each podcast concludes with a trivia question, which tests the listener's knowledge of the televised series. The formula is simple: if you love The Andy Griffith Show, you'll love these podcasts. If you don't like TAGS, then you probably see bats, rather than butterflies, in a deputy's inkblot test.

David Mills
Huntington, WV