Hang on, we’re going back to my early radio days. First, you’ll hear a comedy demo tape I sent to Ross Schafer with the hope of getting involved with “Almost Live” and, as you know, I didn’t. Then, we’ll go back even further to the first episode of my college radio comedy program, “Tim Hunter’s Return to Normalcy.” Damn, seems like just a few years ago….
A chat with the retiring Tom Treece, a Ballard boy turned Ballard attorney who is closing up shop after 54 years in Snoose Junction. Great Ballard history and some fun stories about the late Larry Nelson from KOMO radio.
Oh, yeah, that’s the egg nog kicking in. Diving into the holiday spirit this week with a salute to my late friend, Curt Moulton, a Ray Ramsey Chipmunk intro, a chunk of Beers & Carols from the Thirsty Fish this past week and a couple of songs from Alana Baxter as a warmup to the debut of this year’s song next week. Whew!
This week, we’re featuring the World’s Fair montage I put together back in 1982 for KOMO Radio, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the World’s Fair in Seattle and we get on the phone and try to talk with Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.