More Highlights for Bob Inskeep
One Man; Many VoicesRowell Gormon created “theater of the mind” through various characters conjured up in his creative cranial recesses. In 1975, he was recruited from a radio station in Winston-Salem to WRAL-FM by Bob Inskeep, better known to listeners as “FBI,” or
WRAL-FM promotion contest in 1984
Famous Bob Inskeep – aka FBI – shown in contest promotion mailing that urged listeners to tune in 101.5 in the morning.
FBI and Zoot
WRAL-FM Morning Man Bob Inskeep in photo with Zoot, a puppet character who was popular on the show. Zoot was a creation of voice actor Rowell Gormon.
MIX 101.5 team in 1989
MIX programming team: Standing L-R: Ned Attayek, Kathy Walston, Marty Callaghan, Bob Inskeep, Jami Elizondo, Mike Urben, David Wood. Sitting L-R: Bruce Mulder, Lori Rentsch.
Bob Inskeep and Bill Leslie
Bob Inskeep and Bill Leslie go down memory lane when they worked together during the morning at WRAL-FM. Bob Inskeep was known as Famous Bob Inskeep, AKA “FBI.” Bill Leslie started as a news reporter at WRAL-FM in 1979 and later transferred to WRAL-TV. Bob Inskeep eventually went into ministry. John Harris, Director of CBC Special Projects interviews Bob and Bill.