KFI AM 640 Debuts Two Weekend Shows

KFI AM 640 Debuts Two Weekend Shows


KFI AM 640, More Stimulating Talk Radio, has announced the addition of two weekend shows with a common theme but different hosts. The Morris O’Kelly and David Cruz shows will premiere on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8.

These two new programs will discuss, dissect and investigate the important, often controversial issues of the day through the eyes of an eclectic collection of Southern California residents, urbanites and suburbanites, young and old, across race, gender and the political spectrum.

The Morris O’Kelly and David Cruz shows will air live every Saturday and Sunday from 6-8PM on KFI AM 640. Saturdays will be hosted by Morris O’Kelly (Mo’ Kelly) and Sundays will be hosted by KTLK AM 1150’s David Cruz.

These shows debut as permanent fixtures to Clear Channel’s KFI programming line up, after an O’Kelly produced show, Diverse LA, aired on sister channel KTLK for the last three weeks.

For each show, David and Mo’ will be joined by guests sharing insights, comparing ideas, and participating in smart, engaging talk on the issues of the day that will resonate with Southern Californians from the San Fernando Valley to San Diego.

O’Kelly says, “I’ve wanted to do a show like this for a long time – dig into what Southern Californians think and why.  Opinions are as diverse as the population, and I think we’re going to shed light on issues that really matter.”

Mr. Cruz adds, “Every journalist has a list of people he wants to speak to – this new program gives me a great excuse to talk to everyone on my list.  It’s going to be an exciting and provocative show.”

Cruz can also be heard on the David Cruz Show, 3-6PM Monday-Friday on KTLK AM 1150, Los Angeles.


  1. Ecclectic and diverse. These are two words not normally associated with talk show radio! I'm really happy to see that KFI is going to be hosting a show that sounds like it will be as interesting as the world itself! Finally…. someone is getting it!

    • Agreed! Finally a radio station that I can hopefully relate to! We shall see. I'm going to give it a whirl. Maybe even my own opinions, (ecclectic (and eccentric) as they are!), will make it on the air!