- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 24, 2008

5 a.m., WMAL-630 AM, “The Grandy and Andy Morning Show” with Fred Grandy and Andy Parks

5 a.m., WJZW-105.9 FM, “Imus in the Morning” with Don Imus

5:30 a.m., WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “Burd & Doyle in the Morning” with David Burd and Jessica Doyle

6 a.m., WOL-1450 AM, “Joe Madison and Company”

6 a.m., WWRC-1260 AM, “The Bill Press Show”

6 a.m., MSNBC, “Morning Joe” with Joe Scarborough

6 a.m., WTNT-570 AM, “Morning in America” with Bill Bennett

7 a.m., C-SPAN, “Washington Journal”

9 a.m., WCBM-680 AM, “The Tom Marr Show”

9 a.m., WWRC-1260 AM, “The Lionel Show” with Michael LeBron

9 a.m., WTNT-570 AM, “The Laura Ingraham Show”

9 a.m., WMAL-630 AM, “The Chris Plante Show”

10 a.m., WAMU-88.5 FM, “The Diane Rehm Show”: Diana Furchtgott-Roth of the Center for Employment Policy at the Hudson Institute and Marcia Greenberger of the National Women’s Law Center look at the state of equal pay and limits on the right to sue; a conversation with Michael Kinsley, author of “Please Don’t Remain Calm”

10 a.m., WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “The Stephanie Miller Show”

11 a.m., WAVA-780 AM, “Focus on the Family” with James Dobson

Noon, WTNT-570 AM, “The Mike Gallagher Show”

Noon, WWRC-1260 AM, “The Ed Schultz Show”

Noon, WMAL-630 AM and WCBM-680 AM, “Rush Limbaugh”

Noon, WAMU-88.5 FM, “The Kojo Nnamdi Show”: Retired Army Lt. Gen. Julius W. Becton Jr., former superintendent of D.C. Public Schools and author of “Becton: Autobiography of a Soldier and Public Servant,” discusses his career and public service; Anthony Gittens, executive director, talks about this year’s International Film Festival in the District; Jeff Selingo of the Chronicle of Higher Education discusses the competition among universities for blue-chip graduation speakers, plus the annual rite of student protests over speakers with opposing worldviews.

Noon, WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “The Radio Factor” with Bill O’Reilly

3 p.m., WBAL-1090 AM, “The Ron Smith Show”

3 p.m., WAVA-105.1 FM, “Janet Parshall”s America”

3 p.m., WMAL-630 AM and WCBM-680 AM, “The Sean Hannity Show”

3 p.m., WTNT-570 AM, “The Dennis Miller Show”

3 p.m., WWRC-1260 AM, “The Thom Hartmann Show”

4 p.m., WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “The Glenn Beck Show”

5 p.m., WAVA-105.1 FM, “The Don Kroah Show”

6 p.m., WMAL-630 AM, “The Mark Levin Show”

6 p.m., WWRC-1260 AM, “The Rachel Maddow Show”

6 p.m., WTNT-570 AM, “Savage Nation” with Michael Savage

7 p.m., MSNBC, “Hardball” with Chris Matthews

7 p.m., CNN Headline News, “Glenn Beck”

7 p.m., WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “The Neal Boortz Show”

8 p.m., Fox News Channel, “The O”Reilly Factor” with Bill O”Reilly

9 p.m., CNN and WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “Larry King Live”

9 p.m., Fox News Channel, “Hannity & Colmes”

9 p.m., MSNBC, “Verdict” with Dan Abrams

10 p.m., Fox News Channel, “On the Record” with Greta Van Susteren

10 p.m., WTNT-570 AM, “The Lars Larson Show”

10 p.m., WMAL-630 AM, “Coast to Coast” with George Noory

10 p.m., WWWT-1500 AM, 107.7 FM, “The Jim Bohannon Show”

10 p.m., WWRC-1260 AM, “The Jon Elliot Show”

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