The WEOL Morning Show

Monday, 5/21/2018 “Spotlight on Oberlin”

Monday, May 21st, 2018
  • 7:15am – Cleveland Indians Bob DiBiasio tells us how the Tribe are doing 6:14
  • 7:40am – Hear how things are going at Oberlin College with President Carmen Twillie Ambar  14:29
  • 7:50am – Find out what is being served at the Hotel at Oberlin with Chef Jim Barnhart 14:05
  • 8:10am – We talk art with Andrea Gyorody of the Allen Memorial Art Museum 13:13
  • 8:40am – Learn more about the Oberlin Kids program with Jenn Keathley 12:23

Friday, 5/18/2018

Friday, May 18th, 2018

7:40am – AS the Opioid Crisis rages on, pain specialists are looking into alternative ways to treat pain that don’t rely on addictive prescription pain killers.

This morning Dr. Todd Sitzman and patient Michael Lott talked about the non addictive approach to treating chronic pain. 8:56

8:10amState Representative Dan Ramos has introduced legislation to cover 90 percent of the expected family cost for students to attend college in Ohio. This morning he spoke with Craig and Bruce and explained how it would work.  7:50

8:40amCamille Di Maio talks about her new non-histroical romance novel The Way of Beauty18:41

Thursday, 5/17/2018

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

7:20am – Before you plan your vacation to Europe, find out how to see the best views for pennies in Andy Steves‘ new book, Andy Steves’ Europe: City Hopping on a Budget. 10:18

8:40amTim Ortman has worked as a cameraman and producer for major news networks for 35 years. Now he tells the story of his time on the front lines covering wars, revolutions, terrorist attacks and more in his new book, Newsreal: a View Through the Lens When… 17:48

Wednesday, 5/16/2018

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

7:40amProfessor Uri Nir tells us about a discovery in Israel that may someday eliminate cancer. 11:13

8:40amAbby Fabiaschi tells us about her debut novel I Liked My Life10:14