Legendary Northwest radio personality (and author) Burl Barer tells the story of how Charlie Brown went from KJRB in Spokane to KJR in Seattle and sounded way too much like Pat O’Day . . . until Charlie came up with a brilliant and mind-blowing solution. This was originally recorded by Feliks Banel in May 2016, and is presented now by The Northwest Hall of Radio History, a project of The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington.