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Friday, November 13, 2009
Sunday night in America means just one thing...
You’re obviously wondering what to do with a spare chunk of 30 minutes this Sunday night. Here’s a suggestion – turn on your radio from 8 – 8:30 p.m. PST…you’ll be on the listening end (aka: “the receiver”) and I’ll be on the talking end (aka: "the broadcast studios") as I join the latest edition of The John Batchelor Show. As part of the weekly political roundtable, my fellow panelists and I will discuss the events and news of the week. You can listen to the show at KSFO-AM 560 San Francisco/Northern California, KFI-AM 640 Los Angeles/Southern California, WABC-AM 77 NY, WMAL-AM 630 Washington, D.C., and on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio (throughout the universe). If you’re not in one of the listening areas, you can tune-in via any of those stations’ websites. See you on the radio!
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