Steve talks with guest, Illinois State Comptroller, Judy Baar Topinka.
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Every hour Steve is on WGN is a 'magic hour'! Please, please, please bring him back to a regular slot so my husband and I can enjoy him every day again.
Was great to hear Steve Cochran back on WGN. PLEASE keep him on the radio. Missed him while he was gone. The lineup is getting almost back to the good old days when Spike, Kathy and Judy, Steve and Gary spent all day with the people listening to the best radio station there is.
We need more Steve on WGN. Bring the station out of the doldrums and get some entertaining people on the air. Steve is good and you know it. Please put him back on a regular basis.
I see you have Steve Cochran back . What a wonderful surprise. I have always wondered why you kept John Williams and let Steve go. Don't blow this….get him under contract! He's funny and quick witted.
I especially liked his handling of the Blackhawks shindig. Please, please sign him up
Just finished listening to I don't know what! A female and male emcees interviewing each other about Ebert & Siskel. I turned it off when the commercial came on. Whether its filling in or no….you should have Steve Cochran as a fill in or perminent talk show host for that time slot.
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