Television: Rock 'n' Learn

Bob Waldron, 35, of Seattle's radio station KOL, is a sad-faced disk jockey who hates rock "n" roll ("Sounds like a drunk with the heaves") and dislikes his work ("It's not very much fun, you know"). But to Seattle's schoolchildren, brainy Bob has been a sort of hero—ever since the night he inadvertently stumbled into the field of education. "A couple of weeks ago," he explains, "I was sitting here bored as hell, wondering what to do next and rattling on, and I make this innocent statement—something like: 'Hey, kids, I'll do your homework for you if you need help. Got...

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