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Weekday Programming

  • The WCHL Morning News

    Weekdays 6am - 9am

    In his 35 years with WCHL, Ron has truly become the voice of the town. Every weekday morning, he brings listeners the community’s news of the day, along with a little fun.

  • The Stephanie Miller Show

    Weekdays 9am - 12pm

    A progressive talk radio show syndicated nationally, mixing humor with the latest political events.

  • Thom Hartmann

    Weekdays 12pm - 3pm

    Thom Hartmann is an internationally syndicated talk show host and award-winning author of several New York Times Bestsellers.

  • The WCHL Afternoon News

    Weekdays 3pm - 5pm

    Aaron Keck is your guide through local news, sports, traffic, and weather…along with all of your favorite daily features like The Commentators, What You’re Saying on the Street, and the Village Pride Award.

  • The WCHL Evening News

    Weekdays 5pm - 7pm

    The WCHL newsroom stays busy all day long to not only bring you breaking news throughout the day, but to be sure that you get completely caught up on the day’s events on your ride home.

Lifestyle & Weekly Programming

  • Your Health

    WCHL and UNC Family Medicine present Your Health. Hosted by Dr. Adam Goldstein and Dr. Cristy Page, Your Health provides you with vital health information in a manner that is comforting and convenient to understand.

  • The Tokyo Rosenthal Program

    Tokyo Rosenthal is an award winning singer-songwriter from Chapel Hill, North Carolina The show features live performances by Americana singer-songwriters “live to disc” from the from The Pittsboro Roadhouse in Pittsboro, North Carolina before a live audience. Catch it live on Saturday and Sunday nights at 8pm on WCHL.

  • Financial Safari

    Hosted by John Stillman, Financial Safari equips you with the tools and knowledge needed to successfully navigate through today's complex financial jungle.

  • Who's Talking

    D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them.

  • SideDish

    Join your host Liz Cooper from Southern Season as she shares insights from the culinary world, local and national farming, and so much more. Listen on WCHL every Saturday and Sunday to 30 minutes of tasty talk! See schedule for details.

  • Sports Focus

    Sports Focus, presented by WCHL and the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is dedicated to in-depth examinations of issues of overarching importance in the sports world. Each week we'll discuss problems and look for solutions to problems in professional, collegiate and amateur sports hosted by UNC journalism professor Charlie Tuggle.

  • Today's Business

    Today’s Business gives a unique look into what is driving Triangle businesses today and what they’re doing to provide innovation and guidance for success in the future.

  • The Art of Potential

    On Art of Potential, all things career related are fair game including getting educated, getting hired, and get inspired. We will be talking with the experts who can show you the way to making your dreams a reality.

  • The Art Spot

    Staff from the ArtsCenter sits down with musicians, actors, actresses, painters, and more from around the Triangle and around the world.

  • Caring Connections

    Caring Connections aims to educate listeners to improve the quality of life for families, professional caregivers, and people afflicted with chronic conditions.

  • WCHL News Specials

    This is exclusive content that is locally produced with the citizens of Orange County in mind. Whether it's an interview with the Chancellor, sports or elected officials - these specials are guaranteed to be informative, riveting, and relevant.

  • The Good Sports

    The “Good Sports” with Art C and BobLee is the anti-pregame show, with X’s and O’s replaced by LOLs from two of the more knowledgeable and candid observers of UNC sports over the last 40 years.