Welcome to pmlol.com's index of Kook Radio. This page is presented as a tool for kookologists and other persons interested in the strange, weird and entertaining world of radio done by kooks.
Many kooks are scam artists, money grabbers and scumbags, so they tend to move around their network affiliations and shortwave schedules quite a bit. Despite this, we will attempt to eventually log all kook sightings here.
- Elizabeth Border has assumed the highest levels of shortwave kookery with her paranoid conspiracy rantings about the New World Order. Her show is called The Divided Kingdom and is co-hosted by a loser called Lou Blanchard. Especially entertaining is Border's sock puppet skit featuring dialog between a falsetto-voiced “Barbie” and a low-voiced “Fatherland Security” accompanied by downright scary solemn music. Ol' Lizzie has been described by others as a "con artist" and "money vampire." Audio archives are available!
- Brother Scare's programming is usually boring but occasionally he gets all frothed up in kooky apocalypse ranting. Sometimes he takes phone calls and gets pranked, to humorous effect. Brother Smear is heard worldwide on several shortwave radio stations pretty much all the time.
- The Full Gospel Hour is a loud, incomprehensible and incoherent preacher with distinctive delivery style consisting of screaming separated by long pauses. He used to be on WBCQ but is now heard only on WWRB.
- Brother Joe (Voice In The Wilderness) used to be on WBCQ Saturdays at 5, now heard on WWCR and WWRB. He's “heading on the highway, the highway of Lord Jesus.” Brother Joe claims to be able to predict the weather.
- University Network (Dr Gene Scott) is dead, but can still be heard on shortwave. His mission has been taken on by his porno actress turned kook minister widow, the hottie Barbie Bridges.
- Genesis Communications Network is the home of Alex Jones and several other kooks. They used to be all over shortwave, but apparently they ripped off several stations and are now strictly heard on a "cash up front" basis.
- Republic Broadcasting Network features a lot of kooky right wing blather and other kookery. These cheap bastards have the nerve to charge for their audio archive. Not getting enough suckers to buy survival gear and colloidal silver pills? Ha ha!
- Truth Radio was the last place hosting Pastor John Lewis, but Pastor John has been off the airwaves and internet for some time now. Truth Radio is a webcast run by Richard Palmquits, an insufferable old blowhard from California, and features kook programming. Most of the shows on this webcast are boring but there is some kooky pickin's, notably, disgraced and incarcerated Young Earth Creationist Kent Hovind. There's an audio archive available for sampling purposes.
- Oracle Broadcasting Network has lots of tinfoil hat craziness, and is occasionally heard relayed on domestic shortwave. They have an audio archive available.
Shortwave stations that air Kook Programming
- WTWW is George McClintock's retirement project. This station that airs Peter (Puffer) Peters, who is more of a racist scumbag than a kook.
- WWRB airs a lot of kook stuff. Most of their programming these days is religious-based. They got burnt badly by "paytriot" right-wingers too often and now require a deposit of $2 million and payment up front at $1,000 and hour before they will air any kook programming. Dave Franz, the crazy station owner, is known to air scary dramatic Bible readings from The Book of Revelation overnight on some of his transmitters. It is the experience of The Bowling League that this type of programming goes really well with a quart of really good gin, a splash of vermouth, and some big-ass stuffed olives.
- KJES is a shortwave station housed at a cult compound in the middle of the Texas desert. Their programming consists of brainwashed children chanting nutty Catholic tripe. Their transmitters are irregular and suffer from low modulation, but they can still be heard on occasion.
- Family Radio is run by Satanists, and features lots of bizarre programming from unsalted nuts of the religious variety.