Car Talk Hosts Retire
After 35 years of dispensing auto maintenance advice and a healthy dose of humor on NPR, Tom and Ray Magliozzi — aka Click and Clack, aka the Tappet Brothers — are retiring their call-in radio show, “Car Talk” after more
NPR's Car Talk' — the call-in radio show devoted to helping people around the country determine just what that weird whooshing sound means — will cease recording new episodes this fall. Hosts Tom Magliozzi and Ray
By Marla Lehner The popular hosts of Car Talk on National Public Radio are putting their show in park. Tom and Ray Magliozzi, aka Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers, are retiring from the show after 25 years this fall, it was announced Friday.
By: DAVID BAUDER, AP Entertainment Writer | AP NEW YORK (AP) The comic mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage. Brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi said Friday they will stop making new episodes of their joke-filled auto advice show at
By Ros Krasny BOSTON (Reuters) – Tom and Ray Magliozzi, hosts of National Public Radio's popular "Car Talk" program, will retire in September after decades of dispensing automotive repair and driving advice laced with a side of wicked humor.