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John Batchelor In For Matt Drudge

Posted by Mike on September 2, 2007

John Batchelor will be guest hosting Matt Drudge’s radio program later this evening. Batchelor’s nightly program on WABC, which was cancelled in September of 2006, was well-known and highly regarded for its in-depth coverage of the War on Terror and the Middle East. Be sure to check it out if you’re near a radio or a computer.

Check Drudge’s main page around 9 p.m. EDT for local show times and links to live streams.

UPDATE:  It looks like Drudge promotes his show a little more aggressively when he’s actually there.  Click here and follow the directions to listen to Batchelor.

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3 Responses to “John Batchelor In For Matt Drudge”

  1. Robert W. said

    Greetings from Vancouver, BC. You have no idea what an incredible surprise and joy it was to hear my #1 FAVOURITE radio host, John Batchelor, return to the airwaves tonight! At first I thought I was dreaming, but alas, I was not. And it was much more enjoyable than Drudge’s show, which tends to be repetitive, gossipy, and not that informative. John Batchelor’s discussions are real and engaging, which is quite a bit different from most popular radio show hosts except for newcomer, Dennis Miller. It was a great 3.5 hours and I do hope that Batchelor will be back more frequently in the year leading up to the 2008 U.S. election.

  2. JimC said

    You can download the MP3 of John Batchelor filling in for Matt Drudge at http://drudgepodcast.com/

  3. 290154687607

    listing brought me to check out many blogs

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