Jack Fox starts the interview by explaining how he got interested in radio, first joining WMCW in 1960. After a few years of moving around different stations, Fox joined WHAS in 1973 as an announcer. Early in the interview, Fox takes time to remember the announcers who worked when he joined, announcers such as Wayne Perkey, Milton Metz, Jerry David Malloy, and Jeff Douglas. Throughout the interview, Fox reminisces on how different the programming of WHAS was when he was employed there. In the later parts of the interview, Fox also speaks a little about the Bingham family, and the sale of the station to Clear Channel.