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To flesh out 1940 in its neighboring years, we're honored to have with us this evening two of our favorite voices from WAMU: Walker and Rob Bamberger. Rob Bamberger's interest in vintage jazz and swing began in 1963 at the elementary school book fair in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where he picked over the remainders on the record table after the crowd had dispersed. There, he found a two-record set from the RCA Victor of broadcast ances by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. That fateful acquisition, which cost Bamberger a dime, launched his consuming and scholarly interest in American music of the 20s, 30s, and 40s. Rob came to the vault as a volunteer in 1978 and soon became the host of Hot Jazz Saturday Night. Like some of his WAMU colleagues, Rob has written notes for more than two dozen CDs on a wide range of themes and artists, including the Boswell Sisters, World War II love songs, Duke Ellington, Ina Ray Hutton, and the Ozzie Nelson Orchestra. He has given talks on the history of repertory jazz and jazz in Paris between the wars. Tonight, he'll help us explore the world of the young man known as Ed Walker. As a child, Ed Walker had always dreamed of a career in broadcasting. Listening to the radio was always very important to him, and while attending American University, Walker was one of the founders of the campus radio station called WAMU-AM in 1951, before the present FM station. While in college, Walker met Willard Scott, who became his good friend and radio partner for 20 years. They called themselves the Joy Boys. Walker has also worked at local stations WPGC, WMAL, and WWRC. He worked in television at WJLA from 1975 to 1980 and News Channel 8 in the early 1980s. Today,...