They were the 'Joy Boys' of Washington DC radio

The Joy Boys, Ed Walker and Willard Scott, who entertained Washington DC listeners on WRC radio from 1955 to 1972.
The Joy Boys was a popular daily improvised comedy radio show in Washington, D.C., United States, between 1955 and 1974 that launched the broadcast careers of the program's co-hosts, Willard Scott and Ed Walker. The two did various skits and satirized prominent people of the day, such as Scott's character "Arthur Codfish" (mocking Arthur Godfrey). They both regularly parodied NBC-TV's Huntley-Brinkley Report with their own zany "Washer-Dryer Report". Walker told an interviewer years later that the duo imitated some 20 voices in all....Wikipedia

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 Video above of The Joy Boys, Eddie & Willard, as they host their final show at WRC Radio (NBC) 4001 Nebraska Avenue on Friday afternoon, October 6th, 1972. 
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