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"IT'S HUGE!" 6:00 - 8:00 a.m. Every Saturday.
Saturday mornings haven't been the same since Michael Bird and Scott Adcock joined forces in 2011. Lively discussions on the topics of the day, feel-good upbeat music, and interesting guests and callers are all part of THE SATURDAY MORNING SHOW. Each week's highlights include the trivia questions for 1220 Cafe and Subway. Listeners are rewarded for their knowledge of pop culture and entertainment with terrific meals from these two eateries.
Scott Adcock has a long history in journalism and media. Notably, he served as a reporter for WSFA-TV 12 (Montgomery), WBRC-TV 6 (Birmingham), and WDHN-TV 18 (Dothan), as well as a disc jockey for various radio stations in the Dothan market. Scott later moved into state government and was a lead public relations officer for the Emergency Management Agency. Scott went from one side of the journalism field as a TV newsman asking questions, to the other as the person who spoke to reporters during statewide disasters and emergencies. Scott is married to Dee Dee Adcock, and they are members of East Tallassee Church of Christ.
Michael Bird was a band director for 20 years, most of that time at Southside Middle School in Tallassee; currently, he is the choral director at Tallassee High School. Since 2005, he was written a weekly opinion column in the TALLASSEE TRIBUNE called, "Bird's Eye View". Michael has always worked Saturday mornings on the radio, at WTBF-AM 970 and FM 94.7 (Troy), WACV-AM 1170 and FM 93.1 (Montgomery), and now Tallassee. Michael is married to Sena Thibodeaux Bird and has seven children: Michaela, Miriam, Abbey, Danielle, Gregory, Lydia, and Norah Grace. The Birds are members of St. Vincent de Paul Church.
Listen To The "Saturday Morning Show" Samples Here
El-Anon Meeting in Tallassee
Live and On the Scene: Trade Day
Glenn Halbrooks Discusses the Wallace Dynasty