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http://www.npr.org/about-npr/487608540/nprs-best-of-car-talk-to-end-production-in-2017

After September 30, 2017, weekly broadcast production of the Best of Car Talk programs will end. NPR and Car Talk came to this decision after consultation with key station personnel, programmers, researchers, listeners and Car Talk's own staff.

"We will make the 2016-2017 season of Car Talk the best of the best. We will edit, enhance and program the very best of the 30 year series," said Doug Berman, Executive Producer of Car Talk. "In many ways, the Best of Car Talk is the best of public radio — honest, authentic, original, warm, interactive, broadly welcoming and unforgettable."

Although the original show terminated in 2012...
http://abcnews.go.com/US/end-road-nprs-car-talk/story?id=16533203
 

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i listened to the podcast religiously and was very saddened when Ray passed away and they were forced to play reruns. They were a driving force in comedy and consistency. I will miss their show-ending credits (Pickup Adnropov, Sasha Pain Diaz, Royal Pain Diaz, Mike Easter). They only had 3 halves of the show, never got to the 4th half.
Tom. Ray's still around.
“Click has lost his Clack,” Morning Edition editor Arnie Seipel said on Twitter.

Tom Magliozzi, the elder brother of the duo known to radio audiences as Click and Clack, died on Monday 3 November 2014 at 77 from complications of Alzheimer’s disease, according to NPR.

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/nov/03/tom-magliozzi-click-clack-radio-car-mechanic-dies
 
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