Larry King takes to airwaves this week to talk to candidates

October 27, 1992

National radio and television talk-show host Larry King can be heard in the morning as well as at 11 p.m. this week in a three-hour daily political special on WBAL-AM (1090), and producers promise that President Bush and his presidential challengers, Democratic nominee Bill Clinton and independent Ross Perot, will each be heard live during the week.

However, the day and time of candidates' appearances have not been made known, according to the station.

Mr. King's program, which also features a variety of political guests and phone calls from listeners across the country, can be heard from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily through Friday, pre-empting the bulk of "The Allan Prell Show." The 11 p.m. King broadcast will be a repeat of the morning broadcast.

Mr. Prell's first hour can be heard at 9 a.m. The station's usual news breaks are also scheduled on the hour and half-hour.

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