Dick Lamb FINAL SHOW, 92.9 The Wave WVBW Norfolk | January 11 2019

It was 1955 when Dick Lamb broke into radio broadcasting at a station in Baltimore while he was still in school and working part-time as a grocery store bag boy. Little did Lamb know, at the time, he would spend the next […]

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Dick Lamb, 101.3 2WD WWDE Norfolk | July 1999

It was 1955 when Dick Lamb broke into radio broadcasting at a station in Baltimore while he was still in school and working part-time as a grocery store bag boy. Little did Lamb know, at the time, he would spend the next […]

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Jerry Williams, 78 WBBM Chicago| August 12 1967

      Something a bit different. An unscoped hour of a legendary talk show host, on a legendary station, 78 WBBM Chicago. Jerry Williams was one of the originators of the 2-way talk radio format. His radio career spanned more than […]

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Ed Baer, 57 WMCA New York | 1964

Ed Baer spent more than a 50 years on New York area stations, including as a “Good Guy” on WMCA, (Dan Ingram helped Ed land the WMCA gig!) followed by stops at 101 WCBS-FM, New York 97 WYNY, 1050 WHN, and he […]

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Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode, BBC Radio One FM | July 1994

Since 1967, BBC Radio One has been the BBC’s Top 40 offering, for England, Scotland, Wales, & Northern Island. The station started on AM (or Medium Wave as the Brits refer to it) and eventually was broadcast on FM. It broadcasts on […]

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Gary Hamilton, 1280 KTLK Denver| October 1971

In 1968, Denver’s KTLN dropped it’s News Talk format, and flipped to Top 40. It was actually it’s second go round as a Top 40 station, as it had the format years earlier.  The KTLK announcers became known as “The Mod Jocks.” […]

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Frankie Crocker, 107.5 WBLS New York |1974

Frankie Crocker, “The Chief Rocker,” began his radio career at WUFO Buffalo, while studying pre-law at the University of Buffalo. His smooth, on air style soon had New York City calling. Frankie took a job at New York’s R&B station, 1600 WWRL. […]

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Robert W Morgan FINAL SHOW, 93 KHJ Los Angeles | October 22 1970

Robert W. Morgan was a legendary broadcaster, who was an early-morning fixture on Southern California drive-time radio for more than three decades. Morgan was known to a generation of Southern Californians as the original morning man on trend-setting “Boss Radio”  93KHJ, beginning […]

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Wendy & Bill Show, 97.9 The Loop WLUP-FM Chicago | April 15 1996

The Wendy & Bill Show, has become kind of an institution in Chicago. Wendy had worked on air at The Loop on & off since 1986. Bill is a Chicago-born actor, writer, comic, studied improvisation at Chicago’s Second City Theatre.  He performed there […]

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Jean Shepherd Halloween Show ’72, 710 WOR New York | October 31, 1972

Jean Shepherd, is probably best known to many as the writer, & the narrator of the holiday classic, “A Christmas Story. Jean was a master story teller. Every night, on KYW in Cleveland, then on 710 WOR New York, Jean would spend […]

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Zacherly’s Halloween Special, 101 WCBS-FM New York | October 31 1984

        In 1958, John Zacherle arrived in New York city, and launched his scary alter-ego, Zacherly on WABC-TV. Dick Clark nick-named him “The Cool Ghoul.”He became a sensation in New York by hosting pre-1948 Universal horror films, on WABC’s […]

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Bob & Ray FINAL SHOW, 710 WOR New York | April 30 1976

In 1946, Bob Elliott was a disc jockey on Boston’s WHDH, and Ray Goulding a newscaster on the same station. They would often visit with each other while on the air. Their informal banter was so appealing that WHDH would call on […]

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