Adam Carolla Challenges 'Car Talk'; Click and Clack, Watch Your Back : The Two-Way I'm a huge fan of Adam Carolla, the radio shock jock here in L.A. Don't tell Steve and Renee, but sometimes I'd cheat on them in the morning and tune into Adam when I drove to work
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Adam Carolla Challenges 'Car Talk'; Click and Clack, Watch Your Back

I'm a huge fan of Adam Carolla, the radio shock jock here in L.A. Don't tell Steve and Renee, but sometimes I'd cheat on them in the morning and tune into Adam when I drove to work

His show was cancelled around the same time the show I hosted was cancelled (last spring.)

Since then, we've both gotten into podcasting. His podcast is a little more successful than mine. In fact, he now has two podcasts in the top ten.

The latest is called Car Cast, and he told me it was inspired by NPR's Car Talk. I interviewed him for All Things Considered in a segment scheduled to air Thursday, Aug. 6, 2009.

(Madeleine is guest hosting on All Things Considered this summer. She hosted NPR's Day to Day program until it was discontinued.)