Programming

Monday – Friday:
Fox Sports Radio, 4 – 5 AM 

Wall Street Journal This Morning, 5 - 7 AM
Concerned about your portfolio? Don’t know what’s hot in entertainment? The Wall Street Journal This Morning with host Gordon Deal has you covered. Start your morning with topical information and entertainment stories that will prepare you for the day ahead.Check out their Official Website.
The WEOL Morning Show, 7 – 9 AM
Live and local with Bruce Van Dyke and Craig Adams with weather updates from Jon Loufman. Missed an interview? Click here.
Dave Ramsey, 9 AM – Noon
He’s a money expert and host of one of the most popular talk radio shows in America.The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 6 million listeners each week on 500+ radio stations from coast to coast. His four New York Times best-selling books—Financial Peace, More Than Enough, The Total Money Makeover, and Entre Leadership—have sold more than 6 million copies combined. Official Website.
Clark Howard, Noon – 3 PM
He may not have any super powers, but Clark Howard still remains as “America’s Consumer Champion.” Clark provides free advice on helping you to save more, spend less, and avoid getting ripped off. You could say The Clark Howard Show is America’s best kept secret in consumer radio.Check out his Official Website.
Sean Hannity, 3 – 6 PM
Information is what drives The Sean Hannity Show as one of the top shows in the nation. Sean gives you breaking news when it happens and interviews people on current topics. Whatever you’re into, Sean Hannity has a topic that you will find great interest and can discuss with your family, friends, and co-workers alike.Check out his Official Website.
Fox Sports Radio, 6 – 10 PM
(when not pre-empted by games)Want to know the score of your favorite team … from another city? Fox Sports Radio provides information from scores and highlights from teams in every league and every city. Craig Shermon and Chris Myers give you the stats, the reports, and the interviews that you can only expect from Fox Sports Radio.Check our their Official Website.
Jim Bohannon, 10 PM – 1 AM
(repeated from 1 – 4 AM)Jim Bohannon knows a thing or two about talk radio, especially during the overnight hours. As the top-rated overnight program in the nation, The Jim Bohannon Show covers the latest in news, politics, entertainment, and the weird. There’s no show out there quite like this one, so make sure you catch it every night on WEOL! Check out his Official Website.
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Saturday:
Fox Sports Radio, 4 – 6 AM The CAR Show, 9 AM – 11 AM (March to August)
Something wrong with that thing-a-ma-jig? Don’t
know what it is or what to do? Tune in and hear Roger Kwapich, Steve Stewart, and Dan Pietras take phone calls from listeners like you and provide the most accurate, practical automotive answers available on radio! And they have fun doing it!
Wall Street Journal This Morning, 6 – 8 AM
Plant Talk, 8 – 9 AM
Ohio Nurseryman Fred Hower takes your phone calls toll free in regards to any plant concern you might have. Whether you’re a natural green thumb, or a naturally green when it comes to a garden, Fred helps you step by step in this one-hour packed program.
On the House, 11 AM – 12 Noon
James and Morris Carey know a thing or two about home improvement. And they’ve decided to do a one-hour program about it. Whether you need something done indoors, outdoors, or in-between, the Carey brothers can provide you with entertaining information you need for your home.
Fox Sports Radio, 12:30 PM – 12 Midnight
(unless pre-empted by sports programming)
The Nick Abraham Saturday Sports Wrap-up Show , 9 AM – 11 AM (August to March)
Tim Alcorn, Z Zoltai, and Cam “Doc” Brown talk high school sports with coaches, scores and highlights from the previous night of action, and give away prizes through their zany trivia.
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Sunday:
Fox Sports Radio, 12 AM – 6 AM Radio Health Journal,  7AM & 12:30PM 

Get healthy before you start that diet and exercise routine! Tune in to Radio Health Journal and find out what the latest trends and studies are in medicine, nutrition, and exercise.

Kim Komando Show, 8 AM - 10 AM
The Kim Komando Show joins the WEOL family Sundays from 8-10am with tech notes that will make you so smart, your kids will ask YOU for help!
Elyria United Methodist Church Program, 11 AM-12noon
Can’t make it to church? Tune in to this special one-hour program broadcast from the Elyria United Methodist Church. You’ll feel better throughout the week after hearing the church’s powerful message of love and peace.
Handyman Show, 6 AM & 10AM
Known as America’s Master Handyman, host Glenn Haege gives listeners like you tips on how to fix things around the house, and what to look for in purchasing items to complete your special look. 

 

Fox Sports Radio, 1 PM – 5 AM
(unless pre-empted by sports programmig)
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