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Once again, an hour of radio ghosts recaptured: once in a lifetime occurances and remembrances (some from WFMU's own archives). This is no mere nostalgia trip; Aircheck seeks out some of the more unusual and unpredictable moments and personalities in radio that probably wouldn't get attention anywhere else.
September 18, 2002: Lord Haw Haw aka William Joyce, a Brit who joined the Nazi movement in the '30's, spent WWII broadcasting to England for Goebbel's Propaganda Ministry. He was hanged by the British government after the war. + Jean Shepherd's "March On Washington", 1963.
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