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Your Weekend with WCHL

By Staff Posted August 8, 2014 at 3:38 pm

Wondering what’s coming up on WCHL’s weekend programming? We’ve got a preview for you. Tune in this weekend to catch them on the air or click the links below to check them out now!

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Sports Focus
Saturday and Sunday at 11am
When the words “high school football” come up in conversation, most people think of “Friday Night Lights,” pep rallies, school spirit, and Homecoming, but they never think to include traumatic brain injury. In the studio this week is Davis Whitefield, Executive Director of the NC High School Athletic Association, to talk abut the heightened emphasis on traumatic brain injury in high school football and what schools around the state are doing to better protect players. Listen now.

Today’s Business
Saturday and Sunday at 6:30 pm
What are the four most important items every cell in your body needs? Is medicine actually addressing any of the four? You need to hear what Dr. Rick Essman, member of the Chapel Hill Chiropractic Center has to say on this critical topic. Listen now.

The Art of Potential
Saturday and Sunday at 2pm

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a spa for a living? Wendy Solomon, owner of Flawless Day Spa in Chapel Hill, visited with us in the studio this week to talk about her amazing journey to owning a business and the ins and outs of running a spa. Listen now.

Your Health
Saturday and Sunday at 9am and 5pm
Adam & Cristy are joined by Dr. Gary Zarkin, Director of Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice at RTI International, to discuss Economics of Substance Abuse & Use. Listen now.

The ArtSpot
Saturday and Sunday at 4pm

Art welcomes Donovan Zimmerman of Paperhand Puppet Intervention to talk about this year’s puppet pageant “The Painted Bird” running at the Forest Theatre in Chapel Hill every weekend until September 7th. Listen now.

Who’s Talking
Saturday and Sunday at 5am, 1pm and 10pm
Jaki Shelton Green, award winning poet from Mebane who will be inducted into the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame on October 12, and author of  a new chapbook, “Feeding the Light” and numerous other works of poetry, talks about her life and work in poetry and her passion for public service. Listen now. 

Caring Connections
Saturday and Sunday at 10am and 7pm
Join Susan Stanhope, Certified Senior Move Manager and Owner of Move Elders with Ease, to talk about taming the “clutter tiger.” Listen now.

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