Last month our SUPER BOWL CHAMPION EAGLES started Training Camp, with hopes high for a 2nd Championship campaign.  So this seems the perfect time to look back at an Eagle who, long before there was a Super Bowl, helped lead our Birds to victory in the 1960 NFL Championship Game played at Franklin Field.  

Drafted by the Eagles in 1957, Tommy played a major role in that game, contributing to the take down of Vince Lombardi's seemingly invince-ible Packers. He is now enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame  -- and for only a few weeks The Media Theatre will give you a rare and personal look at the pivotal role sports journalist, Ray Didinger played in his career.


It is clear that award-winning writer, Ray Didinger has written yet another great sports story - and it comes to life at the Media Theatre every Wednesday and Sunday from August 8th through August 26th.

It is an autobiographic that recounts a seminal time in Ray Didinger’s life as he helps his life-long hero, Tommy McDonald reach his goal of getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Plus an all-star lineup of special guests will host Talk-Back-Sessions with the Audience at each performance:
  • Aug. 8 — Dick Vermeil, former Eagles head coach, also head coach of Super Bowl champion St. Louis Rams.
  • Friday, Aug. 10 — Chris Stigall, WPHT talk show host.
  • Aug. 11 (2 pm) — Gene Collier, author and playwright of The Chief, the play about Steelers owner Art Rooney.
  • Aug. 11 (7:30) — Vai Sikahema, Channel 10 news anchor and former Eagle.
  • Aug. 12 (1 pm) — Bill Bergey, former Eagles linebacker.
  • Sunday, Aug. 12 (5 pm) — Dave Spadaro, Eagles Insider.
  • Aug. 15 — Phil Martelli, St. Joseph’s University basketball coach.
  • Aug. 17 — Glen Macnow, 94 WIP Sports Radio Host
  • Aug. 18 (2 pm)  — Bill Marimow, editor, Philadelphia Inquirer.
  • Aug. 18 (7:30)  — Phil Heron, editor, Delaware County Daily Times.
  • Aug. 19 (1 pm and 5 pm)  Chris McDonald, Tommy McDonald’s son.
  • Aug. 22 — Mike Mayock, NFL Network analyst.
  • Aug. 24 — Ron Jaworski, former Eagles quarterback and TV Analyst
  • Aug. 25 (2 pm) Terry Taylor, former Associated Press sports editor.
  • Saturday, Aug. 25 (7:30) — Paul Domowitch, columnist and Pro Football Hall of Fame voter.
  • Sunday, Aug. 26 (1pm) — David Boardman, dean, Klein School of Communications, Temple University.
  • Sunday, Aug. 26 (5 pm) — Joe DeCamera and Jon Ritchie, WIP sports radio midday hosts.
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