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

 

November 22

3:40-Joel Hammond with the Cleveland Indians joined us to talk about what the Tribe has been up to this off-season, and the details on the Spring Training schedule.

4:10-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us to talk about the Ohio State vs. Michigan game this weekend.

5:10-Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram joined us to discuss the tension between the Browns’ Front Office and their coaching staff.

November 21

4:10-Ted Esborn, Avon Lake’s Director of Economic Development joined us to talk about their small business Saturday event this Saturday.

5:10-Comedian John Caparulo joined us and told us how he got his start in comedy, and some of the things he’ll discuss at Hilarities in downtown Cleveland this week.

November 20

3:40-Al Harris, our Hollywood Guru stopped by to talk about this past weekend at the Box Office.

4:10-Rick Noland of the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette joined us to talk about the Cavs and their four-game winning streak.

5:10-Ryan Mitchell with the Columbus Blue Jackets radio network joined us to talk about the Jackets and their nice start to the season.

November 17

4:10-Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram joined us to talk about the Browns.

November 16

3:40-Annie Cunningham with Elyria Catholic joined us on our weekly Nordson Corporation Champions of Education series.

4:10-Shawn Dunagan of WNBS-TV made his weekly appearance to discuss Ohio State’s matchup this weekend against Illinois.

November 15

4:10-Jan Mettler with Olmsted Historical Society joined us to talk about the Holidays at Frostville this weekend.

5:10-Janet Herman Barlow joined us in studio to tell us all about the upcoming events at LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center.

November 14

4:10-Jason Shank with the Cleveland Plumbing Industry joined us to talk about the proper steps to take to get your home ready for the winter.

5:10-Sarah Wilhelm with Hometown Vendors joined us to talk about this Saturday’s Holiday Blast Craft Fair at LCCC’s Spitzer Conference Center.

November 13

4:10-Vince Guerreri joined us in studio to tell us about the presentation he’s giving at the Baseball Heritage Museum on Billy Evans this Saturday.

November 8

3:40-Vermilion Superintendent Phil Pempin joined us on our Nordson Corporation Champions of Education series to discuss new and exciting events at Vermilion Schools.

4:10-Shawn Dunagan of WBNS-TV in Columbus joined us to discuss Ohio State’s loss to Iowa last week and previewed Saturday’s game against Michigan State.

November 7

3:40-Tami Brown with the Greater Cleveland Aquarium joined us to talk about their holiday events over the next two months.

4:10-Steve and Lollie Bansek joined us in studio to tell us about this year’s Lorain Waterfront Winterfest.

5:10-Joel Hammond with the Cleveland Indians joined us to talk about the early stages of free agency and how the Tribe has dealt with it thus far.

November 6

3:40-Author Don Willerton joined us to talk about three books he released last week: The Secret of La Rosa, The Hidden River and The Lake of Fire. All three are a part of a 10-book series.

4:10-Rick Noland, Cavs beat reporter for the Chronicle-Telegram and Medina Gazette joined us to talk about the early season struggles for the wine and gold.

5:10-Al Harris, our Hollywood Guru joined us to discuss Thor Ragnarok’s big opening weekend at the box office.

November 3

3:40-Dr. Michael Kolczun of Kolczun and Kolczun Orthopedics joined us to discuss injuries, and what coaches, athletes and parents should be on the lookout for this late in the fall season.

4:10-Mike Von Gunten, Firelands Superintendent, joined us on our Nordson Corporation “Champions of Education” series to discuss what is happening in Firelands.

5:10-Mathias Hauck, General Manager and Head Brewmaster at Avon Brewing Company is also a member of the Avon coaching staff, and he gave us an inside scoop on Friday’s game and told us what is new at Avon Brewing Company.

November 2, “Spotlight on Medina”

3:20pm – Hear what is happening at the Medina County Health Department with Health Commissioner Krista Wasowski
3:40pm – Hear how the Buckeye’s are gearing up for the Iowa Hawkeyes with WBNS Columbus’ Shawn Dunagoan
4:10pm – Medina Mayor Denis Hanwell stops in to Castle Noel to tell us about his city
4:40pm – Ed Wright tells us what is happening at Medina’s top Boutique and gift shop and Tea store, Miss Mollys Tea room
5:10pmMark Klaus tells us more stories about Castle Noel and his time on the home shopping network

November 1, “Spotlight on Medina”

3:20pm – We spoke with Christina Fozio, Matt Sturgeon, and Ben Nau about the role Medina County Emergency Management plays in the County
3:40pm – Tina Sabol of the Medina District Library talked about the events they have coming up
3:50pm – Find out about the great things offered at Tri-C Brunswick with Terri Hradek
4:10pm – Medina County Auditor Mike Kovak talks top dog and how they earned one of the country’s top honors
5:10pm – Hear all about Castle Noel with owner Mark Klaus
5:40pm – Hear about the tremendous fall sports season and what lies ahead this winter for the Medina Bees with AD Todd Hodkey

October 2017

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August 2017

July 2017

June 2017

May 2017

April 2017

March 2017

February 2017