Armstrong and Al
Black broadcaster Armstrong Williams made his debut at 9 p.m. April 28 on XM Satellite Radio’s Power 169, adding its first conservative talk show to the “allblack-liberal” lineup — as Mr. Williams refers to it.
“I was honored and ready to meet the challenge when approached by XM officials in March,” he told us, adding that his first week of shows would feature prominent Bush administration officials, members of Congress, celebrities and entertainers.
“Special envoy to the European Union Ambassador C. Boyden Gray; world renowed neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson; NAACP chair Julian Bond; former HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson; fellow talk-show host Rev. Al Sharpton [. . .] Stedman Graham and many more,” was the guest list Mr. Williams rattled off.