Airs Weekdays from 6am – 9am
Host Randy Woodward has fun, features, and the Northern Valley’s “Greatest Hits” from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s. News Director and co-host Alyssa McBeth has local news updates throughout the morning, and joins Randy for features like DOA. In-house meteorologist Kemp Miller jumps aboard at the top of each hour. Just tune in to the River 95.3 to join the fun, and check out the Wake-Up Crew’s online content here.
Airs daily at 6:30am; 7:30am; 8:30am; and 12:04pm
For the latest happening in and around the Northern Shenandoah Valley, tune into the News to Know with Alyssa McBeth. For more of what you need to know, make sure you listen in at 6:30am, 7:30am and 8:30am for Alyssa’s 95 Second Info Update. From community events to local stories, she covers it all.
Airs weekdays just a few minutes after noon
Thirty minutes of conversation with the people making news in the Shenandoah Valley. Each week, host Janet Michael. talks tourism, business, local events, healthcare, education, local government and more. Listen to the podcast of each episode.
Airs weekdays from 4pm – 7pm
Ride home with host Lonnie Hill every afternoon during the Afternoon Traffic Jam. The ATJ gives you a chance to test your musical knowledge everyday just after 4 with the wildly popular Connect The Hits. The 5 o’clock Free Ride kicks off the second hour with 30 minutes of your greatest hit ending with Static From The Attic, featuring a song you may not have heard in a while, or ever, plus a story behind the song or artist or both. Here’s a link to the playlist on YouTube.
The last hour is packed full of as much music as possible. All afternoon you get national and local news, traffic updates, Kemp Miller’s weather and a closing stock market report. Plus, don’t miss out on his daily Fun Fact – click here to have a listen.
Airs on Sundays from 7pm – 9pm
Sid Mark launched The Sounds of Sinatra in Philadelphia 62 years ago. It all began as a call from a listener, who suggested that Sid spin one hour of Frank Sinatra.
In 1979, Sid took The Sounds of Sinatra to the national level with affiliates in New York and Los Angeles. Soon the show spread across the country to where it is today, airing on nearly 100 stations every week. This is the only radio program of its kind to have been personally authorized by Frank Sinatra.
Sid and Frank developed a personal friendship in 1966. To celebrate the anniversary of the show, Sid was invited to see Frank in Las Vegas. After seeing Frank’s show at The Sands, Sid met Frank and a friendship was formed which would last for decades.
Airs on Sundays from 9am – 1pm
If you thought time only moved forward, then join legendary host Bill St. James on a weekly journey through those awkward, growing up years of the past. Time Warp with Bill St. James is 4 hours of wacky witticisms, goofy sitcoms, cheesy commercials and..oh, yes…the greatest Classic Rock of all time!
Every week, TIME WARP through the best Classic Rock of the 60s, 70s and 80s, and all other things that made those times so much fun, James Bond, Jiffy Pop, Star Trek, Record Players, MTV! Plus, Time Warp features a theme each hour such as songs from 1981; songs with names in their title; songs from movies, songs about cars, etc.