Welcome to the weekend edition of The Mark Steyn Show at the end of a grim and exhausting week. We have a brand new feature for you, plus a few regulars: There's The Hundred Years Ago Show, brimming with thousand-mile strolls and self-appendectomies; Mark's Mailbox attempts to keep its eye on the main story; and our Last Call features a brace of orchestras - the Royal Philharmonic and the Electric Light.
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As Mark mentioned, he will be back on air on Monday for a special edition of The Rush Limbaugh Show:
I said at the top of the show that we are going to have a very special show for you on Monday, and it is going to be one you will not want to miss. Rush's beloved Kathryn will join us to take your calls and to answer your questions about Rush.
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