South Sound Radio Dial 1973

See the SCHEDULES page for listings from 1923-1983


6:00 am
570 KVI Hardwick
710 KIRO Jim Gearhart
850 KTAC Dudley
950 KJR Emperor Smith
1000 KOMO Larry Nelson
1090 KING Don Hemingway
1150 KAYO Buck Ritchey
1250 KTW Vince Ash
1300 KOL Don Wade
1360 KMO Ed Dollar
1400 KTNT Bruce Vanderhoof
1460 KYAC Tam Henry
1590 KUUU Memory Tunes

9:00 a.m.
950 KJR Lan Roberts
1250 KTW John Mack

10:00 am
570 KVI Greg Aust
710 KIRO Ross McGowan
850 KTAC Don Patrick
1000 KOMO Del Olney
1090 KING Mike Brody
1150 KAYO Gary Vance
1300 KOL Bobby Simon
1360 KMO John Hayden
1400 KTNT Dick Weeks – Personal Choice
1460 KYAC Paul Cutchlow
1590 KUUU Bill Rice

12:00 Noon
570 KVI News
950 KJR Rick Hansen
1250 KTW Cliff Hansen
1400 KTNT Glenn Brooke
1460 KYAC Mutual Black News

1:00 p.m.
570 KVI Jim French

2:00 pm
710 KIRO Mark Wayne
850 KTAC Bruce Cannon
1090 KING Gary Mitchell
1150 KAYO Bobby Wooten
1300 KOL Gary Crow
1460 KYAC Frank Barrow

3:00 pm
570 KVI Jack Morton
950 KJR Norm Gregory
1000 KOMO Don Cannon
1250 KTW John Dayle
1360 KMO Jay Alan
1590 KUUU Gary Loving

5:45 pm
570 KVI Bob Robertson – Sports

6:00 pm
710 KIRO Bill Yeend
850 KTAC Bobby McAlester
950 KJR Kevin O’Brien
1090 KING Dan Foley
1150 KAYO Dan Williams
1250 KTW Sunset sign-off
1400 KTNT John Todd
1460 KYAC Sunset sign-off – Ron Thomas (96.5 FM only)

7:00 pm
570 KVI Tracy Steel
1000 KOMO Bill McDonnell
1300 KOL Burl Barer
1590 KUUU Roger Dale

8:15 pm
1400 KTNT Tacoma Twins Baseball

10:00 pm
570 KVI Theater of the Mind (Old Time Radio Programs)
850 KTAC Donovan
950 KJR Gary Shannon
1090 KING Andy Barber
1360 KMO John Trimble

11:00 pm
570 KVI Theater of the Mind
1400 KTNT John Todd

12:00 Midnight
570 KVI Don Fuhrman
710 KIRO Grant Nielsen
1000 KOMO Lloyd Allen
1400 KTNT Sign Off

2:00 am
850 KTAC Paul Chambers
1090 KING Jim Martin

[Seattle Times/Tacoma News Tribune]

*** Oddly enough, the Tacoma News Tribune did not list the lineup for KJR or KOL during the 50s, 60s, and 70s. The paper stopped running radio listings at some time in the 1980s.

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