Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon

Weekdays from 3pm-6pm on WEOL is being taken over by Andy “Bull” Barch and Matt Douglass on the areas newest show, Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon.

For the past few years, Lorain County residents have heard Andy during the summers as the “Voice of the Lake Erie Crushers.”  Andy was also the Director of Sports Information at Notre Dame College in South Euclid.

The nickname, “Bull”, came from a former colleague who thought he resembled the character Bull Shannon from the TV show, “Night Court”.

Joining Andy in the Afternoons will be Matt Douglass.  For the past year and a half, Matt has been heard on the WEOL Morning Show, on high school football and basketball games, and has been actively involved with WEOL broadcasts at community festivals and live remotes.

After shows air, you will be able to find interview’s and other fun stuff right here on the Bull’s Eye in the Afternoon webpage.

Archived Interviews

 

January 23

4:10-Geri Ciacchi with Lorain County Music Foundation joined us to discuss their Goddess Get Down Jam and their plans for their Kid’s Rock Day Camp.

5:10-Jamie Balhon and Cassidy Brewer joined us to talk about the Cleveland Cupid’s Undie Run on Feb. 10.

January 22

3:40-Miss Toms with Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland joined us in studio to discuss their “Tackle the Tower” event.

4:10-Al Harris, our Hollywood Insider joined us to talk about the latest trends in Hollywood.

January 19

3:40-Ruth Horvath with Friends of Lorain County Metro Parks joined us to talk about next weekend’s Indoor Winter Garage Sale.

4:10-Tracey Susana with the Sandusky Polar Plunge was in studio to discuss the event, which is in its 13th year, and explained how it goes towards a great cause.

5:10-Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram, Medina Gazette and BrownsZone.com joined us to discuss the Browns’ new coaches, and what to look for heading into draft season and free agency.

January 18

4:10-Rebecca Skoch with Donut Fest joined us to tell us all about the history of this wonderful event where people can sample some of the finest donuts and coffee in the area.

5:10-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us to talk about the red hot Ohio State Buckeye basketball team.

January 17

3:40-Joel Hammond with the Cleveland Indians joined us to talk about TribeFest and his favorite memories in his six years with the Tribe.

4:10-Brian Horsburgh with Cleveland’s Brite Winter event joined us to discuss this year’s event and Friday’s Winter Warmer Fundraiser as well.

5:10-Author Mike Jordan joined us to talk about his new book “The Company of Demons” and the process behind writing it, and gave us an idea as to what his next book will be about as well.

January 16

4:10-Marcus Madison with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lorain County joined us in studio to discuss their Big Night Out event next Thursday.

5:10-Rick Noland with the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette joined us to talk about the Cavs and their recent woes.

January 15

3:40-Al Harris, our Hollywood Insider joined us to talk about new exciting programming on TV and what to expect at the box office.

4:10-Wellington Mayor Hans Schneider joined us to talk about the new park going up in Wellington and the plans for their Bicentennial celebration.

January 12

3:40-New Vermilion Head Football Coach Brett Colahan joined us to tell us about his coaching history and his hopes for the Sailors.

4:10-Tim Alcorn joined us to talk about the crazy winter weather and how it has affected the High School hoops schedule.

5:10-Ryan Mitchell with the Columbus Clippers and Columbus Blue Jackets joined us to talk some Hot Stove baseball and Hockey.

January 11

3:40-Laura Ploenzke with Heritage Avon Lake joined us to talk about their “Heritage Avon Lake Presents” series, which runs monthly through May. (12:34)

4:10-Vicky Timko, Clearview’s Director of Curriculum joined us on our Nordson Corporation Champions of Education series. (15:52)

5:10-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us to talk about Ohio State’s huge upset victory over Michigan State last Sunday. (12:47)

January 10

3:40-Joel Hammond stopped by to discuss the latest in High School hoops, recapping last week’s big victory for Lorain, and what to look forward to this weekend. (10:59)

4:10-Stacie Starr with Murray Ridge was in studio to discuss their Luau Prom Fundraiser and their talent show. (14:13)

5:10-Carol Shinsky and Carollyn Judge with Buddy Up Tennis in Lorain joined us in studio to talk about the history of the program, who they serve, and how to get involved. (12:37)

January 9

3:30pm – Hear who the big winners were at the Golden Globes and what to catch in theters and online this week with our Hollywood insider Al Harris. (14:21)

January 8

3:40-Susan Poole with Avon/Avon Lake Community Resource Services joined us to talk about their 29th Annual Charity Ball which takes place later this month. (13:22)

4:10-Gretchen Unico with the Cleveland History Center joined us to discuss the Somewhere In Time event at the end of the month which includes a trip back to the 1870’s. (16:25)

5:10-Tom Kramig, owner of the Lake Erie Crushers talked to us about the 2018 season, which involves a number of new additions, including a dessert cart! (18:53)

January 5

3:30pm – Hear what Jenny Arntz of Main Street Wellington says is planed for this year’s Spirit Filled Fundraiser and more. (9:49)

4:10pm – Scott Petrak , Browns beat writter for the Chronicle-Telegram, talks about the state of the team and the upcoming parade.  (16:04)

5:10pm – Elyria Catholic’s new football coach Brian Fox told us about himself and his plans for the upcoming season. (12:23)

January 4

3:30pmJoel Hammond, contributor to Chronicle Telegram Sports, previews the weekend ahead for high school hoops. (9:13)

4:10pm – Open Door President Denver Daniel tells us about the great things going on at his school during our Nordson Corporation Champions of Education Segment. (14:45)

5:10pm – Shawn Dunagan of WBNS 10TV in Columbus updates us on Buckeye football and basketball. (13:10)

January 3

3:40-David Metzger with 1st Option Radon Measurement joined us in studio to talk about National Radon Awareness Month, and informed us of all the dangers of radon. (14:05)

4:10-Rick Noland with the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette spent some time with us talking about Isaiah Thomas’s Cleveland Cavaliers debut last night. (14:34)

5:10-Greg Willey with the Friendship APL came in studio and shared some stories with us, while telling us how their workload has increased with the frigid temperatures, and told us all about their Wags to Riches event next month. (22:32)

January 2

4:10-Margaret Reardon and Joe Gazzo with the Baseball Heritage Museum joined us to discuss their new Baseball Book Club. (14:47)

5:10-Al Harris, our Hollywood Insider joined us to talk about the best movies for 2017 and which ones to look forward to in 2018. (16:34)

December 28

3:40-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us from Dallas to talk about the Ohio State Buckeyes leading into Friday night’s Cotton Bowl contest against USC.

December 27

3:40-Joel Hammond with the Cleveland Indians joined us to talk about the signing of Yonder Alonso, the great things Carlos Santana did off the field and discussed some High School hoops as well.

December 26

4:10-Tim Gebhardt with the Chronicle-Telegram joined us to discuss the future of the Lorain County Football Coaches Association All-Star Football game.

5:10-Al Harris, our Hollywood Insider joined us to talk about the final week of the calendar year at the Box Office and what we should be watching this week.

December 22

3:40-Coach Marty Eggleston, Lorain County Community College’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach joined us to talk about the team’s red hot start, winning their first 12 games of the season.

4:10-Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram joined us to talk about the Browns and their struggles in a historically bad season.

December 21

3:40-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us to talk about Ohio State’s recruiting class and the early stages of preparation for the Cotton Bowl.

December 20

4:10-Alex Bevan, who is performing at LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center in January joined us in studio to talk about his career in music, his new album, and what we can expect when he comes to the Stocker Arts Center in January.

5:10-Ryan Mitchell with the Columbus Blue Jackets radio network joined us to tell us why the Blue Jackets have struggled recently and what they have to do in order to get back on the right track.

December 19

4:10-Trooper Justin Lister, Trooper of the Year at the Elyria Post joined us to talk about winning the award, explained what he does, how he does it and how he ended up in Lorain County.

5:10-Bruce Weigl and Espy Correa with Lorain County Community College’s Student Veteran Services joined us to talk about their upcoming orientation and registration fairs and what they offer for veterans.

December 18

3:40-Jim Ingraham from the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette joined us to talk about why the Tribe should go after Manny Machado, and why both Jim Thome and Omar Vizquel belong in the Hall of Fame.

4:10-Michael Warshauer, our Hollywood Insider joined us to talk about the incredible opening weekend for Star Wars at the box office, and the Screen Actors Guild Award nominees.

5:10-Shea Allmont with the Avon Lake Public Library was in studio to tell us about their Bookin’ and Cookin’ event along with their many other events coming up in 2018.

December 15

3:40-Nancy Tomek with the Amherst Public Library joined us to discuss a number of different activities this weekend and into the new year.

4:10-Dr. J. Mark Souther joined us to talk about his new book “Believing in Cleveland” and his book discussion on Saturday.

5:10-Erin Becker with St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church joined us to discuss this weekend’s Christmas Cookie Walk.

December 14

3:40-Mike Molnar, Assistant Superintendent at Amherst joined us on the Nordson Corporation Champions of Education series to discuss all of the new exciting things going on in the Amherst School District.

4:10-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus paid us a visit to discuss the early 8-3 start for the Ohio State men’s basketball team.

5:10-Scott Petrak with the Chronicle-Telegram and BrownsZone.com joined us to discuss new GM John Dorsey’s first week on the job.

December 13

3:40-Joel Hammond with the Cleveland Indians joined us to talk about a number of social media contests that they’ve got going on this off-season, including their #12DaysofTribe campaign which begins on Thursday.

5:10-Jeff Traxler with Mega Championship Wrestling joined us in studio to tell us all about this Saturday’s “Night of Champions” event where they will be taking donations for Toys For Tots.

December 12

4:10-Pam Fechter, Avon’s Director of Economic Development told us about the City’s plans to revamp the historic Jameson House, as well as the new businesses that we can expect to see in Avon over the next couple of years.

December 11

3:40-Al Harris, our Hollywood Guru told us what to expect from the first weekend at the Box Office for the new Star Wars movie as well as what underrated Christmas movies to keep an eye out for.

4:10-Author Andrea Yerramilli joined us to talk about her new book, “Ralphie, Always Loved,” and told us how she got into writing.

5:10-Rick Noland, Cavs beat reporter for the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette joined us to talk about what has made the Cavs so good recently.

December 8

3:40-Mike Laub, Avon Superintendent joined us on our Nordson Corporation Champions of Education segment to tell us about all the new exciting things happening in the Avon School system.

5:10-Paul McHugh with the Singers’ Club of Cleveland joined us to discuss their Holiday Concert, Fellowship program and more.

5:40-Scott Petrak, Browns beat reporter with the Chronicle-Telegram joined us to talk about the firing of General Manager Sashi Brown, and his replacement, John Dorsey.

December 7 at the Zero Proof Mix Off

3:40-Kat Solove with the Lorain County General Health District joined us to tell us all about the Zero Proof Mix Off event.

4:10-Shawn Dunagan with WBNS-TV made his weekly visit and discussed Ohio State’s chances against USC in the Cotton Bowl and Ohio State hoops as well.

4:40-Ryan Aroney of the United Way joined us, dressed as Vanilla Ice, to tell us about their drink submission called “Stop, Collaborate and Listen.”

5:10-Brian Holmes with the Lorain County MetroParks stopped by our booth to discuss the impact of the event, and their drink “Permitted in the Park.”

5:40-Kim Haney with the Amherst Steele Medical Health Technology Program joined us to discuss the “Glowing Comet” and why they decided to jump on board this  year.

December 6

3:40-Author Laura DeMarco joined us to talk about her book-Lost Cleveland, which she’ll be signing at the Barnes & Noble at Crocker Park this weekend.

December 5

4:10-Clint Rohrbacher with the Elyria Arts Council joined us to talk about this Friday’s Christmas Kickoff Contest.

5:40-Alexis Harasty with the Firelands Junior State of America joined us to talk about their Chili Cook Off on Thursday evening.

December 4

3:40-Al Harris, our Hollywood Guru joined us to talk about the calm before the storm at the box office the week before the next Star Wars debuts on the big screen.

4:10-Lynn Maslinski with Lorain Community Music Theater joined us to talk about the Festival of Carols event and “Anything Goes” which is their spring performance.

5:10-Margie Steele and the girls of the Girl Scout Troop 50106 joined us in studio to discuss this Saturday’s Winter Wonderland event.

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