Personal: John Calvin Batchelor was born 1948 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. He was graduated from Princeton University in 1970 and is also a 1976 graduate of Union Theological Seminary
Radio: "On September 12, 2001, the day after the fall of the Twin Towers, WABC-AM in New York City recruited John Batchelor to go on the air [with Paul Alexander] until Osama bin Laden was either killed or captured. John has been on ever since..." - statement from JohnBatchelorShow.com.
Beginning in March, 2003 Batchelor began in syndication through ABC Radio Networks. This continued through 2006. After a couple of years hiatus, Batchelor returned to WABC/New York in October, 2007 and some other affiliates. Now, Batchelor does a 7-day-a-week show from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. on WABC.
Content: - Batchelor's show covers politics, military, planetary exploration, and even Holly; "...an essential tool for understanding the new order in the 21st Century," according to his website.
Books: Batchelor has written several books including 1996's Ain't You Glad You Joined the Republicans? and The Birth of the People's Republic of Antarctica, a novel from 1983.
Online: For show information, podcasts, and more visit The John Batchelor Show website.