Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Schedule for WFAN 25th Anniversary, Sunday, July 1, 2012

WFAN revised schedule as of 6/26, from NY Radio Message Board:
  • "Start Finish Show
  • 12:00AM 2:00AM Tony Paige
  • 2:00AM 6:00AM Lori Rubinson
  • 6:00AM 8:00AM Bob Salter
  • 8:00AM 9:00AM Sports Edge
  • 9:00AM 11:00AM Ed Randall
  • 11:00AM 1:00PM Russ Salzberg & Steve Somers
  • 1:00PM 1:30PM Dave Sims & Eddie Coleman
  • 1:30PM 3:00PM Chris Carlin & Kim Jones
  • 3:00PM 4:00PM Len Berman
  • 4:00PM 5:00PM Spencer Ross
  • 5:00PM 6:00PM Richard Neer
  • 6:00PM 7:00PM Howie Rose & Eddie Coleman
  • 7:00PM 7:25PM Top 25 Moments Countdown
  • 7:25PM 12:00AM Mets at Los Angeles"

NY Radio Message Board commenter wonders if Chris Russo is secret special guest on Friday, June 29.

"9am-11am: Ed Randall (an original WFAN personality) hosting Talking Baseball which will include a look back at 25 years of Mets and Yankees. Mets have been on WFAN since day one, July 1, 1987.

  • 11am-1pm: The Schmoozer and the Sweater: Steve Somers and Russ Salzberg

1pm-1:30pm: Dave Sims (live from Seattle) with a special guest appearance from his former partner and current Mets beat reporter and Mets pre-game host Ed Coleman.

  • 1:30-3pm: Chris Carlin with special guest Kim Jones (they co-hosted a 5-6am show for a year and Chris also did solo shows plus did sports reports on Imus in the Morning and Boomer and Carton programs here at WFAN).

3-4pm: Len Berman long-time WNBC-TV sports anchor and a former midday host at WFAN

  • 4-5pm: Spencer Ross—also a former WFAN midday host. Currently does weekend sports on our sister station 1010WINS. Spencer is well known for calling play by play of may New York teams including the Jets, Yankees, Knicks, Rangers and the original New Jersey Americans (later became the Nets).

5-6pm: Richard Neer -- current WFAN host who has been with the station since 1988. Richard has hosted a Saturday morning 6-10am show continuously since 1992 and also hosts a variety of other shifts on the station.

  • 6-7pm: Howie Rose and Ed Coleman. Howie hosted nights on the FAN from 1987-1995 then went off to do Mets baseball on TV. He returned to WFAN as the radio play by play man of the Mets. Howie called Rangers games on the Fan for a number of seasons and has been doing Islanders play by play on TV for the past 17 years.

7-7:25pm: A countdown, in order of the Top New York sports moments of the past 25 years as voted by listeners this past March.

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