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 their air or click the links below to check them out now!

Game day coverage
This weekend we’ll be broadcasting Saturday’s UNC vs. Liberty game, starting at 3pm and lasting throughout the game (probably past 11pm). We’ll also be broadcasting the Men’s Soccer game Sunday evening from 7pm to 10pm.

Who’s Talking
Saturday and Sunday at 5am, 1pm and 10pm
John Goodman, retired Presbyterian minister in Elizabethtown, NC, and active an musician, about a CD, “A Good War Dies Hard: The Civil War Remembered through Song and Story,” which was recorded, mixed/mastered and released by his West Virginia traditional music group, Presby Pickers. Listen now.

Saturday and Sunday at 6am, 3pm and 11pm
Mary Ann Claud, long-time columnist and now debut novelist, and author of The Dancin’ Man, a novel about multiple generations of a Carolina textile family from the 1950’s to the 1980’s. Listen now.

Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 am and 6pm
This week, Jay and Liz talk with Colleen Minton from the TerraVita Food & Drink Festival, happening October 9 through 11. Listen now.

The Art of Potential
Saturday and Sunday at 2pm
There are lots of intimidating three letter acronyms out there – FBI, TSA, NSA – but none as anxiety and fear-inducing for high school students and parents as the SAT. Debbie Steir, the Author of The Perfect Score Project: Uncovering the Secrets of the SAT and frequent guest on The Art of Potential ended up taking the dreaded test seven times over the course of a year to try to uncover the best strategies for getting the perfect score and is here again to talk about what she discovered and share some exciting news about her book. Listen now.

Caring Connections
Saturday and Sunday at 10am and 7pm

Join Judy Mathias, Senior Education Corps Coordinator for the RSVP Volunteer Program, to talk about Senior Education Corps’ calls for volunteers.  Listen now.

The ArtSpot
Saturday and Sunday at 4pm

ArtSchool Director Phaedra Kelly welcomes Julie Tomkovick to talk about the ArtsCenter’s programming and what’s coming up this season. Listen now.