Tom Magliozzi, one half of the dynamic, wisecracking duo that hosted NPR’s "Car Talk" for 35 years, died Monday morning of complications of Alzheimer’s disease, according to NPR and a statement posted on the show’s website. He was 77.
Magliozzi and his brother, Ray, became famous as Click and Clack, dispensing car advice along with their signature cackles on one of public radio’s most beloved programs.
With their distinctive Boston accents, the brothers' voices are familiar to anyone who has ever heard the show.
The brothers stopped recording live...