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It must be the coming thing--we have "BobRadio" here.

I listen to KUT, which is public radio, out of the University of Texas. They do news etc., until 9 AM, and then they have a program called "Eclectikos, on which they could play anything, depending on the whim of the announcer.


The funny part is that I had never heard of the station until I jumped in the car to make a wine run for Lisa the other day. She had set the radio and I simply turned it down instead of off. All of a sudden I heard some stuff I hadn't heard in years, so I turned it up. Now I'm hooked too!

- MG


I rarely leave my NPR or a good mix-cd but when I do, I look for Doug too. I like the selections because having had young parents; I grew up with some awesome tunes and then lived through the 80's (the best) I think I have pretty diverse music appreciation. All hail Doug!


The format sounds a lot like JACK FM here.

They're pretty good about keeping the yammering down.

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