I'm assuming they just didn't have anyone else that wanted to replace that time slot with a big enough audience since if you have a set time you're expecting your listeners to tune in at a specific time. Different for Doyle since his audience is us, who follow his show in a more fluid way. We don't care about time slots I would think.
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