Anything Goes with Howie Roman & Paul the K- Sat: 10:30 AM-1 PM; Repeats Thu: 8-10:30 PM
In the Saturday, October 26th, edition, Howie talks about his month long visit to the Atlantic provinces and plays some of the music he brought back.
Howie Roman and Paul the K are old friends, both originally from New York though they met on Cortes almost 50 years ago. For many years they’d get together for dinner and to share music. When everyone started talking about a radio station, in 2004, they decided to take part
Anything Goes To Church!
From CKTZ’s archives: Howie Roman and Rick Bockner interview Dorien Baxter, known to many as “Elvis Priestly,” the Bishop of Beal Street in Memphis,Tennessee. In addition to his duties as an ordained an Anglican Priest, Baxter is known for his rendition of the legendary “King of Rock and Roll”. Anything Goes to Church!
Howie attended the meeting at Manson’s Hall, when the possibility of starting a radio station on Cortes Island was first discussed. Six months after CKTZ was launched, he and Paul became DJs. Howie went on to become a board member for five years and is now the station manager.
However, he explains, “My prime interest in Cortes radio is [that] I really enjoy having a show.”