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Re: Robert J Obsequies
Luckily for Joe and others the All Things Considered obit for Robert J lives
on the net
( its a real audio file)
I like most listened to him on and off, and I did wake up to his bird calls
It seems strange but the show that stands out in my mind was in December of
1980. If was the morning after John Lennon had been gunned down and finally
after being up all night and hearing Lennon music over and over I needed an
escape and went to WGBH.
I should have known better......... :) Robert broke format that morning.
And to me that was the most memorable Lennon tribute of them all.
----- Original Message -----
From: "A. Joseph Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2000 12:51 AM
Subject: Re: Robert J Obsequies
> On 15 Jun 2000, David W. Harris wrote:
> > Vermont Public Radio also has some space devoted to RJL memories at its
> > site <http://www.vpr.net/robertj.html>, including the fact that most of
> > folks whose contributions put VPR on the air in the first place (in
> > insisted that Morning Pro Musica be part of programming. Things were a
> > different by the time New Hampshire Public Radio debuted in 1981
> > it was Granite State Public Radio back then, known to all simply as
> > New Hampshire was assaulted by RJL from all sides (except Québec) and
> > was a demand for something different (which ended up being Morning
> > until 9 a.m. followed by a locally hosted classical show). Some charter
> > members still wanted RJL on their station, though, and he was carried on
> > weekends during the first couple years of WEVO. Wednesday's All Things
> > Considered segment about RJL was preempted on NHPR by a local feature.
> In all of this, no one seems to remember his early appearances on WXHR.
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