Christmas Programming

WEOL celebrates the holidays with a variety of programming. From the traditional, such as Handel’s Messiah,  to modern classics, such as Mannheim Steamroller, and The Festival of Choirs presented by EMH, we have the sounds of the season just the way you like it! Our Christmas Eve schedule begins with…

Dec 23

12noon-2:30p Handel’s MESSIAH as performed by The Academy and Chorus of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Sir Neville Mariner.


Dec 24

6pm 1939 Radio adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol narrated by Orson Welles and starring Lionel Barrymore.

7pm Mannheim Steamroller’s An American Christmas stories and legends surrounding the holiday, all keyed to today’s popular and traditional Christmas music. There’s Mannheim music, but also all the traditional music of the holiday, too. It’s hosted by Chip Davis of Mannheim Steamroller.

10:30pm Christmas Eve worship service from The First United Methodist Church in Elyria.

11:30pm Mannheim Steamroller’s An American Christmas (continued)

Dec 25

12mid Mannheim Steamroller’s An American Christmas (continued)

9am The Festival of Carols Choirs presented by EMH include: Elyria High School, Lake Ridge Academy, Oberlin Choristers, Avon High School, Firelands High School, Vermilion High School, Wellington High School and Clearview High School.

11am Mannheim Steamroller’s An American Christmas (cont)

6pm 1939 Radio adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol (replay)

7pm Fox Sports Radio

10pm Jim Bohannon

 

Mannheim Steamroller’s An American Christmas is a long-form 12-hour, highly produced program, comprised of the stories and legends surrounding the holiday, all keyed to today’s popular and traditional Christmas music. Sure, there’s Mannheim music, but also all the traditional music of the holiday, too. It’s hosted by Chip Davis.

The 12 Days of Christmas broadcast each day at 8:35am & 4:50pm December 7th, 10th-14th, 17th – 21st and Christmas Eve 2012. The programs are hosted by Chip Davis, founder of the top-selling Mannheim Steamroller. In 60 seconds, listeners learn about the origin of Christmas trees, Santa, hanging stockings, eggnog, Christmas Cards, and more.



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