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Listeners Club

John Tesh (WWSE & WJTN)

With an impressive career that spans more than 25 years, John Tesh is known worldwide as a leading and respected figure in the entertainment and broadcasting industries.  The John Tesh Radio Show – it’s packed with plenty of real-life knowledge, random intelligence, and expert advice on the subjects that are important to you and your family – all surrounded by your favorite music.   Intelligence for Your Life is more than a guide to informed living; it is also a memoir. Tesh shares his own story here, revealing the passions that have driven him and given shape to his extraordinary professional and personal life, and how he’s implemented the tools that he talks about on the show!  This show is so popular in Jamestown we had to put it on two stations!  Listen weekday afternoons from 4-7p on Timeless 1240, WJTN AND from 10am-3pm on SE93!

Delilah After Dark (WWSE)

I was a small-town girl. Aside from the ridiculous green beret and homely green jumper, signing me up for Girl Scouts was the best decision Mom made for her fifth-grade daughter. I already knew how to build a campfire, and selling cookies wasn't the highlight of my year -- it was the field trip to the radio station that thrilled my little eleven-year-old heart. There it was, five thousand watts of crystal-clear power...it was a daytime-only radio station, the voice of our town. One look into that studio and I was hooked. I begged them to let me take home the unused news copy from the AP wire. I hung it up on my wall like a rock-star poster. I got a tape recorder and practiced doing newscasts, writing exciting stories of neighborhood gossip. I practiced my commercials, imitating TV ads for Miss Clairol. In the seventh grade, I entered a speech contest and won three of the four categories. The judges were the owners of that radio station. Within a week of winning the speech contest I had my first on-air job: "Delilah, on the Warpath," school news and sports, taped weekly. By the time I was in high school I had worked into a full-time part-time position at the radio station. I wrote afternoon newscasts, wrote and produced commercials. I took the empty soda pop bottles back for the refund. Six days a week I was at the station. Six days a week I was happy! It's been over 25 years, and fourteen stations since Mrs. Davis's Girl Scout troop walked through the doors of that first radio station. Today, my show isn't on a five-thousand watt daytime AM station, but the thrill of the microphone hasn't disappeared. Radio is still my first love.  Listen to Delilah weeknight's from 7p-Midnight on SE93!

Nights with Lia (WHUG)

Way back in the late 60's, in a small little Kentucky town, I came screaming into this world. My mom, a Southern Belle housewife, and my dad, a farmer, bar owner, janitor, banjo picker, had finally had enough kids. I was the last of four and, believe me, I think I was the reason they didn't want anymore! I grew up in an even smaller town in Kentucky, with not much to do there but plug my ears while my dad tried to pick his banjo and run through the sprinklers on a hot summer's day. I was Daddy's Little Girl. Even though I hated that banjo, I loved my dad. The hardest thing I ever went through in my life was the death of my dad. That was 1983, when I was only fifteen. Too much for a young girl to take! I left Kentucky, my family, my friends and my life behind and moved hundreds of miles cross-country to be with my oldest sister, Connie (my role model, best friend and confidante), and her husband. I finished school and, purely by accident, I got into Country radio. As far as this show goes, I just want you to know that we all work very hard each night to put this thing together. I'm so lucky to have such a great couple of guys to work with.  Listen to Lia Monday-Saturday from 7p-Midnight on My Country 101.9, WHUG!

Nights with Alice Cooper (WQFX)

Without Alice Cooper, there might never have been the NY Dolls, KISS, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Motley Crue, Slipknot or Rob Zombie … maybe not even David Bowie, or at least not Ziggy Stardust. The iconic hard rocker, who literally invented the concept of the rock concert as theater, returns to what he does best on Along Came a Spider (SPV Records), the 25th studio album of a long and illustrious career which began in 1969 with the release of Pretties for You on Frank Zappa’s Straight label. With his influence on rock & roll long since acknowledged, there is little that Alice Cooper hasn’t achieved in his remarkable career, including platinum albums, sold-out tours and any number of honors and career achievement awards. Listen to Nights with Alice Cooper Monday-Saturday from 7p-Midnight on 103.1, The Fox!

Jim Bohanon (WJTN)

Veteran broadcaster Jim Bohannon talks to special guests and his loyal callers from around the world about a spectrum of topics ranging from current events and politics to entertainment and pop culture. Jim is on the air with the newsmakers who are on the scene. Join the conversation, live, by calling 1-866-50-JIMBO. You can listen Weeknights from 10pm-1am on Timeless 1240, WJTN!

George Noorey (WJTN)

Coast to Coast AM airs on more than 560 stations in the U.S., as well as Canada, Mexico and Guam, and is heard by nearly three million weekly listeners. With hosts George Noory, John B. Wells (weekend), George Knapp (weekend) and Ian Punnett (weekend), it is the most listened to overnight radio program in North America. A media phenomenon, Coast to Coast AM deals with UFO's, strange occurrences, life after death, and other unexplained (and often unexplicable) phenomena. Coast to Coast AM is overnight talk radio with daytime ratings.  Listen everynight from 1-5am on Timeless 1240, WJTN!

 

America In The Morning (WJTN)

Because news doesn't stop when you're sleeping, America starts the day with America in the Morning, Westwood One's award-winning radio news magazine. America in the Morning offers up-to-the-minute news reporting from around the country and across the globe, with all the latest overnight developments in breaking news, politics, entertainment, business and sports, delivered first thing in the morning. Program host John Trout and his staff of correspondents provide a fast paced look at the world, with specialized reports from everywhere news happens.  Wake up with America In The Morning Monday-Friday from 5-6am on Timeless 1240, WJTN!

Local News Headlines
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Weekend Programming

Let your spirit rise up with music and stories of inspiration from the greatest names in country music Sunday's from 7-9a on WHUG.  RISE UP is a positive country music program that’s changing lives! When it comes to singing about cheating hearts and boozy nights, country music stars have a corner on the market. But that’s just one part of the picture. In the mid-90s, John Ritter got a hankering to showcase “positive country,” which has made waves across the country!

With over 7 million records sold, Jim Brickman’s romantic piano sound has made him the best-selling solo piano artist of our time! Your Weekend with Jim Brickman airs Saturday from 6-10a on SE93 and features superstar celebrity interviews, how to look and feel your best for less, and entertainment scoop!

ZMAX Racing Country features insights and interviews from behind the scenes of NASCAR and Nashville each Saturday from 2-4p on WHUG. ZMAX Racing Country reaches millions of listeners weekly playing the best selection of country music and original interviews straight from the NASCAR Garage and the Nashville recording studios.

Each Sunday from 7p-Midnight on WHUG a charted country star joins Lon Helton to count down the week's Top 30 Country Hits! Lon is well-known by all the stars. The stars tell funny and unrehearsed stories about their friends in the countdown. The show is recorded on Nashville's historic Music Row.

The Wine Crush is a one hour dynamic, fast-paced lifestyle program, airing Saturday from 8-9p on WJTN, that not only explains and demystifies the world of wine, but demonstrates how wine can be integrated with every day life. Host Laura Lawson is a veteran in the wine business who manages to couple her vast wine knowledge with her unique sense of humor and tactful sarcasm.

Experience one of television’s greatest science-fiction series, The Twilight Zone™ - fully dramatized for audio featuring a full cast, music and sound effects and today’s biggest celebrities in modern radio dramatizations by Dennis Etchison - creator Rod Serling’s classic scripts. Hosted by Stacy Keach each Saturday from 10p-Midnight on WJTN, The Twilight Zone™ radio dramas will keep you glued to the edge of your seat whether listening in your home or while driving in your car.