Michael Jackson back on radio for two days

michael-jackson-radio.jpgMichael Jackson, the reigning radio talk host in Los Angeles for a couple of decades until conservative talk took over the AM dial, is sitting in for Patt Morrison on KPCC on Monday and Tuesday. Scheduled topics for Monday's show include the personalities of heart surgeons, media monopolies and President Obama's father. The show airs from 1 to 3 p.m.

Previously on LA Observed:
Michael Jackson off the air again
Michael Jackson returns, but not on KABC
Michael (the other) Jackson lands at KNX

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