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Exclusive Audio: DJ Bob Dylan Returns to the Airwaves

October 17, 2008 4:11 PM ET

A great radio personality is back on the air, as Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour recently made its return to XM. Dylan's individual broadcasts each have a particular theme — this season's shows include "money," "sugar" and "furniture," with theme-specific songs mixed in with Dylan's patter. Click below for more on Dylan's satellite show, including exclusive audio samples of the "money" and "war" shows.

DJ Bob Dylan Returns to the Airwaves

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