Lovell Dyett, WBZ radio personality, has died at 77
Long-time WBZ NewsRadio 1030 AM personality Lovell Dyett has died after a long illness, the station announced on its website today. He was 77. Dyett hosted a talk show on the station for nearly 40 years. His career at WBZ began on Dec. 3, 1971, as host of The Lovell Dyett Program, which was promoted as a “telephone-talk show that dealt with all issues affecting the black community,” the station said in a posting on its website.