Randi Rhodes Monday thru Friday 6-8pm
Randi Rhodes is one of the most prominent Talk radio hosts in America. Nationally syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks weekdays from 3 - 6 p.m. ET, Rhodes enlightens and entertains listeners with her trademark candid, incisive opinions, as well as her biting sense of humor, as she discusses everything from news and current events, to politics and hot topics. Randi Rhodes broadcasts live from Washington, D.C., and can be heard on affiliates across the nation, including KTLK-AM/Los Angeles, KKGN-AM/San Francisco, WZAA-AM/Washington, D.C. and KPOJ-AM/Portland. A Brooklyn native and former U.S. Air Force aircraft mechanic, Rhodes began her career in radio at a Country music station in Seminole, Texas. She enjoyed stints in Mobile, Alabama, as well as New York’s WAPP-FM, Milwaukee’s WQFM and West Palm Beach’s WJNO-AM. In 1992, she landed at Miami’s WIOD-AM, where she took over the station’s 8 -11 p.m. timeslot and was ranked #1 in the market. In 2004, Air America Radio began nationally syndicating her program. Premiere Radio Networks announced the addition of Randi Rhodes to its lineup of nationally syndicated radio programs in May of 2009. In 2007, Talkers Magazine named Rhodes “Woman of the Year” for her work in radio. She also starred in the HBO documentary Left of the Dial.