Check ot some highlights of the latest editon of Maine's only late night talk show!

Like lots of us, Dan Cashman has been working from home, the big difference is that he is doing a local television show every week. The Nite Show with Danny Cashamn: Scaled-Back Editions, has been a bit of a departure from the normal proceedings, but he still is bringing us all some great guests.

The Nite Show with Dan Cashman's sixteenth "scaled back" episode is the second to come from an office in Downtown Bangor. The show is still angling for a return to live shows at the Gracie Theatre this fall. The Scaled Back Editions are currently scheduled through at least August 8. They will continue producing new episodes in this fashion until it becomes safe to do live audience shows again. The next taping on the schedule is our 11th season premiere on Wednesday, October 14 at 6 PM at The Gracie Theatre in Bangor.

Emma G. Rose is a Maine author with her second book out Friday. "Near Life Experience" focuses on Eric, an EMT, who tries to do his job despite the appearance of ghosts, or, what he thinks are ghosts, showing up when one of his patients is close to death. Emma is also putting together a book of stories that are related to the pandemic from Maine writers with proceeds to benefit the United Way of Eastern Maine. "Paul Bunyan Wears a Facemask" is the title of this book, and it is due to arrive in stores next month.

Scott Woodruff is a Maine musician with an at home performance of an original tune called "Who's Sorry Now?"

And for your comedy pleasure, "Negative Campaign Ads"

During his stay at home shows, Dan has had some great guests! Veteran character actor Stephen Tobolowsky of "Groundhog Day," actress Andrea Barber of "Full House," and "Fuller House" fame, and iconic host of the Nickelodeon classic game show "Double Dare," Marc Summers.

"The Nite Show with Danny Cashman" airs each and every Saturday night at 11:30 on WABI TV5/Bangor, Saturday nights at 10:30 on FOX 23/Portland, Saturday nights at midnight on WAGM FOX 8/Presque Isle, and late night Saturdays at 1 a.m. on WGME CBS 13/Portland