Randy and Steve hosted this superb comedy show (featuring 60 years of classic recorded stuff plus their own bits and remarkable rapport) every Saturday for many years, but stopped a few years back when Randy's work schedule created some big changes in his life.
They're still really good at it, and I'm glad they're continuing with one of KAOS' all-time finest programs.
I feel tremendously fortunate, because today at the station's annual awards banquet, it was announced that my program was voted the co-favorite of my KAOS peers. I shared the award with Scott Stevens, whose World Music show "Spin the Globe" (Fridays at 10am Pacific Time/U.S.) is one of the best things going on non-commericial radio. If I remember correctly, Scott and I are the only KAOS programmers to win the award more than once.
See the website: www.earball.net/spintheglobe; just don't compare it to my rather unstylish site (my own fault, of course). I think Scott is one of the best broadcasters in the country--he's a great interviewer, and a friendly, engaging host. While "Spin the Globe" is well-planned, it's never rigid--it manages to sound informative, natural and effortless. Indeed, even if I'm not in the mood for World Music on a Friday morning, I will tune in just to hear one of the best. Congrats, Scott!