Radio

Olney out for today's shows

Judging by my email, a lot of people heard KCRW's fundraising pitch last week that included the news that Warren Olney, host of "To the Point" and "Which Way, L.A.?," had suffered a possible concussion in a bicycle accident. For those who have been asking, he's still laid up and is replaced by Sara Terry on tonight's WWLA, airing at 7:30 p.m. This is the last night of the pledge drive.

Noted: Friendly Fire blogger Jonathan Dobrer found the Olney-themed pitching a bit much.


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