NPR’s Car Talk is coming to an end after 25 years on the air. Tom Magliozzi, 74, and his brother, Ray, 63, are scheduled to stop taping new shows at the end of September.
The Saturday morning radio talk show will dearly be missed by automobile enthusiasts everywhere.
Car Talk is ending?! Oh no! You should HEAR the cars on my span talking about how much they love Car Talk!
— The Bay Bridge (@SFBayBridge) June 8, 2012
Click and Clack to end "Car Talk" after 25 years; there are some things mechanics just can't fix.
— Roger Catlin (@rcatlin) June 8, 2012
Yes, I listen to Car Talk religiously, even though I neither drive nor have a car.
— Sue O. (@susnao) June 8, 2012
Man, Car Talk is the ONLY reason I listen to NPR. Click and Clack are hilarious! Gonna miss them. #NPR
— ShamDeluxe (@ShamDeluxe) June 8, 2012
many memories of listening to Car Talk with my dad on Saturday mornings while riding around doing errands. can't believe it's ending!
— Liz Price (@wahhliz) June 8, 2012