Henry Rollins, the refugee from Indie 103 who landed with a Saturday afternoon show on KCRW a year ago, is now also a music columnist for the LA Weekly. "KCRW is where I learned all I know about doing a radio show from the late great Deirdre O'Donoghue, host of "Snap" and "Breakfast with the Beatles," he writes. "She would let me come to the station with her and watch her do her show and sometimes let me play some records. I learned a lot from her."
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