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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 4, 2003: In 1968, Frank Zappa was one freaky Mother, and SF's KSAN was pioneering serious freeform radio. Tonight, Zappa sits in with the Freeform granddaddy of us all, KSAN's Tom Donahue. Their conversation gets wily & contentious at times, and iconoclastic.
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