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KRSP (FM-103.5) will be playing what may be the longest continuous stretch of uninterrupted radio music ever in Utah on Monday, Jan. 1, when it broadcasts 16 straight hours of rock 'n' roll from 8 a.m. until midnight.

"Rock 103" program director Ron Bowen believes the 16 consecutive hours will definitely set the Utah radio record for solid, uninterrupted music.Also on New Year's Day, sister station KRSP (AM-1060) will feature "Skinny" Johnny Mitchell counting down the top 12 songs of the 1960s on his regular "Top 12 at 12" show.

"KRSP-AM listeners are in the baby boom generation, and with so much use of nostalgic music in today's movies and commercials, this music is just as popular as it was in the 1960s," said Steve Carlson, KRSP operations manager.

New Year's Eve will also feature special music with KRSP-FM playing the top seven rock albums of all time on its "On the Seventh Day" show (7 p.m. until midnight), as determined by hundreds of listeners who mailed in votes for their favorite albums of all time.

-KUER (FM-90.1) will air "The Nutcracker of Nuremberg" (part three) Sunday, Dec. 31, at 2:30 p.m.

- "New Year's Day from Vienna" will be broadcast Monday, Jan. 1, at 9 a.m.

-KALL (AM-910) will air the St. Peters at Utah basketball game Saturday, Dec. 30, at 6:40 p.m.

- KALL will also broadcast the "Fiesta Bowl" (Nebraska vs. Florida State) Monday, Jan. 1, at 2:10 p.m., and the "Sugar Bowl" (Alabama vs. Miami) will be broadcast later in the day at 6:10 p.m.

- Here's Saturday's, Dec. 30, lineup on KALL for the Radio Advice Network:

7 a.m.- 8 a.m.: On "Grow-It," Dr. Frank Williams from BYU will discuss the "Proper Care of Holiday Plants and What to Do with that Christmas Tree."

8 a.m.-10 a.m.: On "Hometalk," Marv Maxwell from the Bureau of Air Quality and Karl Waldvogel, President of the Utah Wood Heat Association, will examine "Are The Home Fires Dying?"

10 a.m.-11 a.m.: "Auto-Medic" will feature Body Ennis from Tunex on "Common Car Problems."

-KBYU (FM-89.1) will present two special New Year's programs:

"Say farewell to 1989" with the Utah Symphony as it presents a concert in the grand Viennese tradition Sunday, Dec. 31, at 10 p.m.

Begin New Year's morning with the 10th annual broadcast of "New Year's Day From Vienna 1990" Monday, Jan. 1, at 9 a.m.

-KSL (AM-1160) will be teaming up with Cellular One to provide an expanded traffic alert network, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 2.

Duane Southwick will still provide reports from his airplane, but beginning Tuesday, Brian Hart will man the new KSL, Radio/Cellular One traffic control network to add a new dimension to traffic reporting.

"With this new technology, we have the opportunity to improve traffic reporting when there is bad weather or in areas where the plane can't get there," Randy Orrison, general manager of Cellular One, says.

-"The Year-End Nashville Record Review" will air the top 100 country music hits from 1989 Saturday, Dec. 30, from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., on three Southern Utah radio stations - Cedar City's KSSD (FM-92.5) and KSUB (AM-590), as well as Blanding's KUTA (AM-790).