I love Radio for the Blind! Every Friday afternoon two ladies read coupons from the newspaper, and it is supremely entertaining. The ladies are so cute and enthusiastic about coupons (they can't help but eagerly discuss menu options for the particularly good deals), and their accents are so profoundly New Orleans. It's the real, thick "yat"* accent that you don't hear anywhere else in the world.
It should be required listening for any producer, director, or actor making a movie set in New Orleans. Then we would no longer have to suffer through depictions of the city populated by citizens with utterly incongruous and erroneous Southern drawls.
* For those of you from the great beyond, this is a reference to the local greeting, "where y'at?" Yats are the old-school, white, historically working class residents of the city (although many yats have migrated to the suburbs and neighboring parishes, and the yat accent is not nearly as common as it once was in the city proper). The accent is not the least bit Southern. People often say it resembles a Northeastern accent which is closer to the mark, but even that's a stretch.