KALL radio, which discontinued Paul Harvey broad-casts last month, now has the rest of the story - Harvey will be back Monday, Dec. 14, on KSL Radio (AM-1160).

Except for those fortunate enough to be able to hear Harvey on KLO (Ogden) or KSRR (Orem), he hasn't been available to Salt Lake listeners for about a month.

KSL has the new Salt Lake-area contract to air Harvey, and according to Rod Arquette, KSL news director, Harvey will air Monday through Saturday three times daily beginning next week.

The tentative times for Harvey broadcasts will be 7:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m. and 5:40 p.m. Arquette said KSL is still finalizing the exact times.

Harvey's morning broadcast is five minutes long, his afternoon show is 15 minutes long and "The Rest of the Story" program lasts five minutes.

"It's very hot," Arquette said of Harvey's popularity. "We're very excited about it."

Arquette said according to recent local research, Harvey has a 93 percent recognition factor in the Salt Lake area, and of that percentage, he's liked by 91 percent of those who recognize him.

"He will be a great addition," Arquette said, explaining KSL now has three of the most popular radio shows in the nation with Charlie Osgood, Larry King and now Harvey.

- HARVEY SPOOF - Speaking of Paul Harvey, "Jon and Dan" (KLZX, FM-93.3, AM-860) have a regular spoof of the famous news interpreter called "Paul Harvster." The takeoff copies the voice and style of Harvey pretty well, and although it can get pretty irreverent at times, this spoof will likely be even more popular after Harvey debuts on KSL.

- KDYL (AM-1280) - Mark (Van Wagoner) and Danny (Kramer), radio personalities in the morning and TV stars in the afternoon (KXIV), hosted a special fund-raising event Sunday at the Layton Hills Mall, helping the Make-A-Wish Foundation raise more than $20,000.

- KBER (FM-101.1) - The station's staff will gather at St. Vincent De Paul soup kitchen, 437 W. 200 South, at noon Friday, Dec. 18, to spread good will toward all people.

The kitchen will be serving more than 600 homeless people a special afternoon lunch of Kentucky Fried Chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, coleslaw and yogurt.

KBER's support of the special holiday meal is part of its continuing effort to become a visible part of the community.

- MORE GOOD WILL - KSFI, KDYL and KRSP have joined efforts with Western Family, Associated Foods and Cinemark Theaters to feed hundreds of needy families during the holiday season. Children's movies are presented at the Cinemark Sandy Mall, Valley Fair Mall in West Valley City and Newgate Mall in Ogden every Saturday, and admission is only one can of food.

Thousands of cans of food have been collected. The next movies are:

Dec. 12 - "An American Tale II"; Dec. 19 - "All I Want for Christmas." Movies begin at 10 a.m. at all three locations.

- KSFI - (alias "FM-100) - The station is co-sponsoring the "Holiday in Lights" festival at Sugarhouse Park. Discount vouchers are available at various businesses for $3. About 60,000 lights are on display during a half-mile scenic drive.

- Radio listeners are also being encouraged to donate a can of food to the Salvation Army. "FM-100" staff members donate their time each Monday evening to help collect the food.

- KRSP (FM-103.5) - The station is sponsoring "The 12 Days of Christmas Presents," and the station gives away - in random order - some of the 12 items under their tree. As soon as one listener knows all 12 items, he or she wins them all. Items include groceries, furniture and car stereo systems.

- KLZX (alias "Z-93.3," FM) - The station has its own version of the "The 12 Days of Christmas" giveaway and is also giving away lots of holiday cash this month. Listen for details.

- KBZN (alias "The Breeze," FM-97.9) - The Sunday, Dec. 13, "Musical Starstreams" will feature Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumble and the album "In the Garden." Later in the day (7 p.m.-midnight), David Benoit will be the guest on "Jazz Trax." The show's "Archive Album" segment will have Dave Grusin from 1989.

- Here's a schedule of the station's "7 O'Clock CD" show on KBZN:

Monday, Dec. 14 - "Cherry Blossom" by Keiki Matsui.

Tuesday, Dec. 15: "Portraits" by Spencer Brewer.

Wednesday, Dec. 16: "Blue Chip" by Acoustic Alchemy.

Thursday, Dec. 17: "Polar Shift" by various artists.

Friday, Dec. 18: "Heart of the City" by Tom Grant.