Garland Robinette

Friday, April 28, 2006

Transcript

For many years, Garland Robinette and his now former wife anchored New Orleans’ local CBS evening news. Long retired, Robinette happened to be filling in for a sick friend on a local AM radio station last year when Hurricane Katrina hit. But since then, he has been a permanent fixture on the broadcast waves, a must listen for the city and its diaspora. Robinette tells Brooke about being angry when everyone is listening.

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