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Or just tune in every school day at am and am to hear what the cafeteria is serving.It’s one of the few high school stations in the country with a powerful transmitter in a major market. Between hits from the ’60s and ’70s, you’ll hear actual high school students.If you’re by the dial on the weekend, tune in to Spot On, a show that features students interviewing teachers and other students ( am, am, pm, and pm).Led by Texas Radio Hall of Famer Jody Dean, the show plays oldies from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s (yes, songs from the ’80s now classify as oldies).Although there were some shake-ups a year ago with manager Bernie Mack leaving the show after eight years, it’s still as solid as ever.