The New York Times’ David Kirkpatrick dials in from Cairo to describe the current danger level in the capitol city, what he knows about the whereabouts of Mohamed Morsi and the ‘weird’ mood around Cairo and the country.
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Bring back Steve Cochran!
It has been a pleasure to listen to Steve Cochran on WGN for the past week. It is a return to the type of broadcasting that made the station number one in the city for so many years. The conversations are a wonderful mix of intelligence and fun. We are actually being informed about what is happening in the world. Steve is able to converse with anyone on any topic. What a breathe of fresh air. The camaraderie between Steve & the other staffers is a joy.
Please, please place him in this slot permanently. We would like to be able to listen to WGN in the morning once again. Currently we are either switching stations or leaving the radio off in the early morning. Brandmeier's style is an insult to your audience.
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