On-air, Remote Announcer
Bob has lived on the East End pretty much his whole life. Graduating from Riverhead High School, he was snatched from the clutches of higher education by Paul Sidney in May, 1979. It worked out, though, because Bob would even admit that his college major was 'radio station' (which doesn't include a degree at the end). Bob worked full-time at WLNG until 1994 until he took a position with what is now AMC Networks in the Quality Control Department. After moving to Hampton Bays a few years later, the inevitable call was received from the station, and Bob was invited back to host a weekend morning show. Sunday mornings came first, then the move to Saturday, where he continues to host the Saturday Morning Train Wreck*. It's a fitting title, as he's the first to say he's not the smoothest jock on the block - but that's all part of the fun. Joining Bob is Arthur, his synthesized sidekick. Arthur came aboard because, as Bob put it, "reading the lottery numbers - especially the Pick 10's - every hour became a bit tedious. I called upon the wonders of technology and Arthur was born". Of course, Arthur has to add his (sometimes) good-natured insults and verbal barbs, but don't worry - Bob's a big boy, he can take it. So you've been warned - join Bob (and Arthur) as they attempt to keep it on the rails every Saturday Morning from 5:30 to 10, and on Swap and Shop till 11, only on WLNG 92.1 and worldwide at www.WLNG.com! * - At the request of our lawyers, we have been asked to remind you that no actual trains were, or ever will be, harmed in the making of the Saturday Morning Train Wreck.