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Mike's KQMQ WinningsOn KQMQ Honolulu, the Michael Qseng "Morning Madness" show would feature many call-in contests (including "Slam-a-rama," in which listeners were invited to call in and make a lot of noise). I'd frequently compete -- sometimes doing (bad) impressions -- and would often win. Here's a bunch of those radio moments.
KIRA Radio circa 1986Homemade radio. If you ever wanted to know what Dr. Mike (back when I called myself "Dr. S" -- I was 13, gimme a break) sounded like with a slight Oklahoma accent (something I strangely acquired in the mid-1980s). Ditto my sisters, both heard here as well! (And a friend, here dubbed "Rockin' Ron.") From 1986, it's "KIRA-FM."
Mad Mohammed on Radio Free HawaiiMohammed's radio program on KDEO 102.7 Radio Free Hawaii. The radio revolution lives on! I am so happy to be with you tonight! If I were a bus driver, would you ride in my bus?
Q893 (WNUR April Fool's Parody of Q101)Back when I ran WNUR in college, we freaked our listeners out on April Fool's by yanking our regular programming (you know, the usual college fare-- indie rock bands that you've never heard of) and pretended to flip the station's format to mainstream alternative.
We called ourselves "Q89.3" -- a dig at Chicago's big time commercial alternative station, Q101 -- and played nothing but Pearl Jam for an hour (another dig at Q101, which was so obsessed with the band it actually had adopted as its slogan "This Is Not For You," the name of a Pearl Jam song).