Sunday Mornings Are Temple Days

It is great to listen to radio on Sunday morning and hear the nationally syndicated John Kincade show on ESPN Radio on 97.5-FM fro 7 – 10 a.m. and the Fox All Access Countdown with Chris Leary, which airs on 96.5-FM. Both are graduates of Temple University.

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9 responses to “Sunday Mornings Are Temple Days

  1. are there any Rowan People on the radio on weekends???

  2. yep, brian startare, 610wip

  3. I still flip over to Sonny Hill from time to time on the weekends. He is still going strong with his rants that we need more “positive influence for youth”.

    He is always guaranteed to drop the names of his era:
    Guy Rodgers
    Tee Parham
    Hal Lear

    Then he does he plugs for Bookbinders and those succulent shrimps.
    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!

    Its ashame nobody under the age of 55 listens to him

  4. WJ, DONT FORGET IS “RELATIONSHIPS”. JIMMY BINNS, THE BLADE,
    PETER LUKKO AND ON & ON & ON. HE IS A DRONE.

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  6. Still not as bad as what comes on before Sonny Hill, Peter Solomon and horrible guests he has on. I know it’s a public affairs show and it’s mandated by the FCC but please, give me something I can use here. The man sounds like he’s going to keel over any minute. I dread falling asleep with the radio on on Saturday nights cause this is what I have to wake up to Sunday mornings.

  7. Classic stuf from Connected. Sonny loves to kibbitz about Jimmy Binns.
    And yes, he needs to suck up to Peter Lukko, since he pays his check – for reasons that nobody seems to know why.

  8. How about the Johnny Sample freshly “squoozed” orange juice w/the brown bananna.

  9. Eric, how can you fail to mention Virginia Wolfe, the author??

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