Saturday, April 12, 2003
Radio Chick Splits Time Between Westport and New York
Leslie Gold, who got her radio start at Westports now-defunct WMMM, spends these days splitting her time between Westport and New York. And a lot of time talking about her breasts.
ThatҒs according to a profile of the Bridgeport-born personality known as The Radio ChickӔ in The Advocate of Stamford.
The newspaper chronicles her career from being largely known only to those in the construction and manufacturing industries to possibly being known to FM listeners throughout the New York area as the brazen morning host on Q104.3-FM.
These days, Leslie Gold is on the radio bashing Geraldo Rivera’s renegade approach to ӑjournalism in Iraq, enlightening male listeners with a female perspective on relationship issues and talking about her breasts,Ҕ according to the newspaper.
Of her early days at WMMM, Gold said she had a two-hour time slot once a week and noted that when the station reduced its power after sundown, “You basically had to be across the street with tinfoil in your teeth to hear it.Ӕ
Those seeking more info—or an autographed calendar of Gold—can visit her Web site.