Arm­strong and Al

The Washington Times Weekly - - National -

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.

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