Omigosh, just as our last oldies station morphed into something called "Bob"!Even Time-Warner's cable radio with a gazillion formats has dropped its 50s channel.While I'm here, I'll share my favorite radio program, Delilah, a syndicated DJ who takes calls from people in love, people out of love, people who have all kinds of grief and joy and then plays a song for them. Simple? Delilah nails it every time. It's uncanny how she can find songs that fit each caller's situation. And it's not for women only. The format is soft rock, BTW.Thanks for posting the info about your favorite oldies show. I'll tune in sometime over the Internet--when I'm not listening to Delilah!Cathy "Cat"
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