Jim Bohannon: Talk Radio Host Provided Amiable Companionship to Millions of Night Owls

From a Washington Post obit by Emily Langer and Marc Fisher headlined “Jim Bohannon, fixture of late-night radio, dies at 78”:

Jim Bohannon, a fixture of talk radio who provided amiable companionship to millions of night owls, chatting up celebrity guests and callers of all stripes during his decades in national syndication, died in Seneca, S.C.

Mr. Bohannon got his start more than half a century ago as a local radio host in Washington. But he was best known for “The Jim Bohannon Show,” a late-night program that aired for the past 29 years on more than 500 radio stations across the country.