Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Nov 19, 2006

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Detroit Free Press:

His instincts told him to stay away from a sad good-bye as he signed off the air Sept. 29, 2002. Even as his audience welled up, Ernie Harwell finished his final Tigers broadcast with what he called a "hello" to the next chapter of his life. He vowed to embrace new adventures, and said he'd do it in Michigan, his adopted home state ... His latest effort -- a new four-hour, four-CD audiobook of his Hall of Fame career -- is on sale now at www.eharwell.com... The voice of experience: Retired? Harwell shows no signs of slowing down (Sun 11/19)



WJR programming notes:

WJROn Monday November 20th and Tuesday November 21st from 6 - 9 AM, the Paul W. Smith Show will broadcast live from 2006 Beijing Auto Show in China.

Then on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 23rd from 10 AM until Noon, America's Thanksgiving Day Parade will celebrate its 80th Birthday. WJR, as the official voice of America's Thanksgiving Day Parade, will provide complete coverage of this holiday tradition. Parade co-hosts Dick Haefner and Katherine Leslie bring all of the sights and sounds of America's Thanksgiving Parade to listeners.

 

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