With the swearing in of a Republican administration last year, Mike Rosen seemed likely to lose most of his subject matter. But since then, he's been his old, persnickety self, castigating those who don't fit his definition of conservatism, no matter what political party they belong to. Nobody cuts off a caller to deliver a lecture like Big Mike.
With the swearing in of a Republican administration last year, Mike Rosen seemed likely to lose most of his subject matter. But since then, he's been his old, persnickety self, castigating those who don't fit his definition of conservatism, no matter what political party they belong to. Nobody cuts off a caller to deliver a lecture like Big Mike.


Mike Haynes, the voice of the Colorado Avalanche, doesn't have a standard sports-talk gig, but before each game he hosts Between the Pipes, a preview show in which he takes calls, answers e-mails and otherwise demonstrates his enthusiasm and expertise. The show is as entertaining as it is informative; both hockey experts and novices usually learn something new every time Haynes takes to the air. And that's what good talk radio is supposed to be all about.
Mike Haynes, the voice of the Colorado Avalanche, doesn't have a standard sports-talk gig, but before each game he hosts Between the Pipes, a preview show in which he takes calls, answers e-mails and otherwise demonstrates his enthusiasm and expertise. The show is as entertaining as it is informative; both hockey experts and novices usually learn something new every time Haynes takes to the air. And that's what good talk radio is supposed to be all about.
A former Marine, Bob Newman hit KOA like a rocket following the September 11 attacks, offering blood-and-guts commentary that blew everyone else off the airwaves. More surprisingly, he's evolved into a lower-temperature correspondent whose investigations of terrorism-response readiness at facilities like DIA have actually provided a public service. He's also an often-controversial contributor to the Post and an occasional expert commentator on Fox News. Bombs away.
A former Marine, Bob Newman hit KOA like a rocket following the September 11 attacks, offering blood-and-guts commentary that blew everyone else off the airwaves. More surprisingly, he's evolved into a lower-temperature correspondent whose investigations of terrorism-response readiness at facilities like DIA have actually provided a public service. He's also an often-controversial contributor to the Post and an occasional expert commentator on Fox News. Bombs away.


No matter how many times we say it, the fact remains that KVCU/Radio 1190 is far and away the most exciting station on local radio right now -- an outlet that consistently features the best, most intriguing popular music in existence. And unless something changes, that's likely to remain the case for the foreseeable future. Deal with it -- or better yet, find out what you've been missing.
No matter how many times we say it, the fact remains that KVCU/Radio 1190 is far and away the most exciting station on local radio right now -- an outlet that consistently features the best, most intriguing popular music in existence. And unless something changes, that's likely to remain the case for the foreseeable future. Deal with it -- or better yet, find out what you've been missing.


Radio ratings people call KDKO-AM's sound urban contemporary, but from 7 to 8:30 a.m. every Sunday, the station drifts back in time when Old Ship of Zion, which has been on the air for nearly four decades, sets sail for gospel ports of call. Hosts Beverly and T.C. Young are married gospel performers who sing His praises at services around town. Now, jump up and say Hallelujah!
Radio ratings people call KDKO-AM's sound urban contemporary, but from 7 to 8:30 a.m. every Sunday, the station drifts back in time when Old Ship of Zion, which has been on the air for nearly four decades, sets sail for gospel ports of call. Hosts Beverly and T.C. Young are married gospel performers who sing His praises at services around town. Now, jump up and say Hallelujah!


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