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Re: Another Talker in Boston....?

Except for Leykis and possibly Bohannon or Reynolds, I don't think you'll see
any of the talkers you mentioned on WBOS.  Liddy would get crushed by Rush,
Dean Edell is a package deal with Rush, so he's out.  Bruce Williams?
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.  Bob Grant has lost his edge and is getting his butt kicked at
WOR by whoever the guy is on WABC.  Mike Barnicle and Robin Young may team to do
afternoons vs. Howie.  I'd like to see Don and Mike (via WJFK-DC) on WBOS,
possibly on tape delay.  I still think WBOS will try to make a run for either
Rush or Dr. Laura--maybe not right out of the chute, but somewhere down the

Mike Thomas
WXLO & Mediabase 24/7

Bump Martin wrote:

> Personally, I would LIKE to hear some of the syndicated shows that I keep
> hearing *about*....but can't actually hear the program itself here in
> Boston.
> G GORDON LIDDY - A very WHINY voice....but he has been pretty
> sucessful...and is popular among thecollege crowd.  (Believe it or not!)
> TOM LEYKIS- While I never thought he would succeed in syndication, he HAS
> hung in there for awhile...and of course there would be a Boston interest in
> him.  (I will never hear him again without thinking of the newspaper's
> reference to him "mistaking his wife for a yule log".)
> DR. DEAN EDELL - He likes to gab about current medical trends, (as opposed
> to quackery), as well as do the tyical Q & A thing.  Given the right
> daypart, he might just be OK.
> JIM BOHANNON -  (While a lightweight, hearing him would be a welcome change
> from the UFO nut.
> BRUCE WILLIAMS - He does a great job!  ALthough I don't sense the same
> support from the network that I did when they first launched TalkNet.
> What about Bob Grant?  (I'd like to hear *why* NY listen to him.)  And Joey
> Reynolds?