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The Marc and Lowell Show: Lifelong friends Marc Ronick and Lowell Melser, along with a cast of old friends, prove that it’s okay to laugh at yourself and each other, no matter how embarrassing things get! We cover many topics and personal stories including relationships, careers, parenting, technology, TV shows, movies and all things 80s and 90s. You’re not the only one facing many of life’s challenges so take a break from your own reality and relate to ours; all while enjoying that familiar feeling of hanging out and catching up with old friends.

Jan 25, 2023

We have returned! 

We kick off the show discussing the unexpected return of the show amid the pandemic. We also delve into Lowell's recent retirement from television and he shares the details of his emotional farewell on WBAL's Sunday morning broadcast 2 weeks ago and the bittersweet feeling of leaving a career that...

Oct 19, 2022

This episode is dedicated to our one and only audio engineer and dear friend, RJ Diaz. (1954-2022)

Join Marc Ronick for some of our favorite moments involving RJ on the show.  From his geeky tech rants to the time he accidentally hit the banjo button, come celebrate one of the kindest souls we've ever known.

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Mar 29, 2022

Today, Lowell was scammed and has all the juicy details to share with Marc and Jonah.  Plus, Jonah has an embarrassing airport story and Marc invested in…a frog??
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Mar 8, 2022

Wrapping up season 2 with a Best Of episode!  Join us (Buzz Burbank, Lisa Runyon, Dan Binstock and RJ Diaz) for a trip down memory lane with segments like…

  • “Guess the Game Show” Game Show
  • Marc’s letters from camp
  • Traffic violation stories
  • Chuck E. Cheese’s
  • And more!

It’s a full hour of classic Marc...

Mar 1, 2022

Today we welcome back our old friend, Jonah Berger who shares his first experience getting a colonoscopy.  Plus, he shares some exciting news which leads us to some more discussions about getting older.  And finally, we all share our thoughts on the Washington Commanders…