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Tarkenton gets his own radio show

Former Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton is getting his own radio show. "The Fran Tarkenton Show" debuts on Monday on SiriusXM satellite radio. Tarkenton will interview notable guests from the worlds of politics, business, sports and entertainment and take calls from listeners nationwide.
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Former Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton is getting his own radio show. "The Fran Tarkenton Show" debuts on Monday on SiriusXM satellite radio. Tarkenton will interview notable guests from the worlds of politics, business, sports and entertainment and take calls from listeners nationwide.

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