Radio Foreplay

A drive-time sex talk team titillates and educates its devoted Houston audience.

THE RECENT SALLY INTO the Texas radio market by the scandalously profane New York disc jockey Howard Stern seems to prove that listeners do not want to be coaxed awake with Top 40 tunes and perfunctory newscasts. Stern’s syndicated talk show starts at five in the morning on Dallas rock and roll station KEGL and ends whenever Stern feels like ending it. Says KEGL program director Brian Krysz: “Some detractors have complained that he’s too controversial and foulmouthed, but generally the response has been fantastic. There are only a handful of people who can pull that off.” So is the

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