Music from familiar to bizarre; hand-crafted on site
Host: Joe Puleo
Showtimes: Wednesday 2:00 - 5:00pm and
Saturday 6:00 - 9:00pm
Re-Airs: Thursday 12:00 - 3:00am and
Sunday 12:00 - 3:00am
Link: Archived Shows
ALL OVER THE PLANET
All Over The Planet is aired live on Friday nights playing some of the greatest music ever! Listen to Edgar and Dylan the tell you little "tidbits" called Planetoids, about the music, the songs, the artists, the secrets......the stories!!!
Hosts: Edgar Willbury and Dylan The Dude
Showtimes: Friday 6:30 - 8:30pm
Re-Airs: Tuesday 3:00 - 5:00pm
Link: Facebook Page
Breaking Bread explores religious topics in a conversational format. Questions of interest will be posed, e.g. the commonly heard “I’m spiritual but not religious”, or “Churches should stay out of politics”, or “God is dead”….. What do these statements really mean?
Host: Steve Shimek
Showtime: Sunday 9:00 - 9:30am
Cheaper Than a Shrink
What is "Cheaper Than A Shrink?" It's a surreal sandwich, a giggling ride in the Wonka-mobile. It's humor and absurdity, a new essay every week, an occasional absurd play and music.... from Brazilian, to Sondheim, the American songbook starring Bobby Short to Noel Coward. And jazz ... lots of jazz.
Host: Gail Issacson
Showtime: Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am
Re-Airs: Wednesday 6:00 - 6:30pm
Choose To Change
Choose to Change is the nation’s only radio show that allows listeners to read the lyrics as songs play. Youth suggest songs that either inspire positive self-esteem, equality, a healthy planet, peace, diversity or never giving up. Then host and guest DJs discuss the lyrics and how these songs can help youth choose to change aspects of their lives that make them feel “not good enough.”
Host: Betty Hoeffner
Showtime: Wednesday 6:30 - 7:00pm
Classic episodes of Robin's Roost
Host: Robin McBride
Showtime: Sunday 3:00 - 4:00pm
Etherial, country, pop, all of it!
Host: Dave Davis
Showtime: Saturday 10:00pm - 12:00am
Re-Airs: Wednesday 12:00 - 2:00am
"Enid Live!" Full-Frontal talk radio!
Host: Enid Goldstein
Showtime: Friday 4:00 - 5:00pm
Re-Airs: Monday 12:00 - 1:00pm
Fontenelle Umbrella is an open-ended outlet showcasing music from across a spectrum of genres (often simultaneously) and peppered heavily with salty commentary.
Host: Squirm Orchestra
Showtime: Wednesday 10:00pm - 12:00am
Re-Airs: Monday 12:00 - 2:00am
From the Banks of the Galien River
Listen to Peg's segments about the beautiful nature of Harbor Country.
Host: Peg Kohring
Showtimes: Periodically throughout each day
GREASE TRAIN TOLAREDO
A homage to radio's free form days with emphasis on ROLL
Host: John Forbes
Showtime: Saturday 4:00 - 5:00pm
HARBOR COUNTRY ARTS SCENE
Preview the upcoming artists and cultural events / shows
Host: Dave Knoebber
Showtime: Friday 11:00am - 12:00pm
Re-Airs: Saturday 9:00 - 10:00am
The Happy Music Kids Show
Kids music from the past 50 years along with a poem and a story. Curated sing-a-longs with a theme each week.
Hosts: Gina Pellouchoud and Karina Hamann
Showtime: Mondays 4:30 - 5:00pm
Kids' charming readings: lunch menus to school projects
Host: River Valley Elementary students from 4th and 5th grades
Showtimes: Monday 7:30 - 8:00am & 4:00 - 4:30pm
This show is all about the "gems" of the American Songbook. At least, that is as Jim L. sees it. He calls it "a little bit of everything" from the 20's to new releases, you'll hear big stars and lessor known players as well.
Host: Jim Lastovich
Showtimes: Friday 9:00 - 10:30pm
Re-Airs: Tuesday 8:00 - 9:30am
Live Talk! National & local topics! Surprise guests too!
Host: Donna Kavanagh
Showtime: Thursday 9:00 - 10:00am
Re-Airs: Sunday 7:00 - 8:00pm
LANGUAGE IN ARRAY
Poems, prose & passages of poetic drama
Host: Sean Francis
Showtime: Sunday 6:00 - 7:00pm
Host: Al Jonusas
Showtime: Thursday 11:00am - 1:00pm
MASHED POTATO TIME
Mashed Potato Time is all about the glory days of the recording culture that left us with stacks and stacks of forgotten 45s. Karin dusts off her favorite ‘50s & ‘60s singles for an all-vinyl show filled with carefree soul grooves, early R&B movers, dance crazes that never were, and scuzzy garage gems.
Host: DJ Karin
Showtime: Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00pm
Sonic Spelunking in the murky backwaters and crevices of roots music. We'll dip our toes into the healing and heady waters of country, blues, soul, rockabilly, R&B, rock N roll and the weird and wonderful things in between, all guaranteed sequencer, sampler and synthesizer free.
Host: Rob Miller
Showtime: Saturday 5:00 - 6:00pm
Monkey vs. Robot
American music - early 1900's recordings to present!
Host: Dennis Snow
Showtime: Wednesday 7:00 - 10:00pm
Re-Airs: Thursday 2:00 - 5:00pm
Host: Stan Sabal
Showtime: Sunday 5:00 - 6:00pm
Re-Airs: Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00am
Ol' VINYL SHOW
Diggin' thru Jane's record collection & Jane sings too!
Host: Jane Pellochoud
Showtime: Wednesday 12:00 - 2:00pm
Re-Airs: Friday 12:00 - 2:00pm
Pop 'n' em
Do you remember when? The Pop'n'Em show will administer a dose of nostalgia. Classic TV Shows, record albums whatever. Well, nostalgia to Pop, probably ancient or qq qq unknown history to Em.
Hosts: Emily & Glenn Horak
Showtime: Sunday 9:30 - 10:00am
Experience the best in Jazz with a man who lived it!
Host: Robin McBride
Showtime: Sunday 2:00 - 3:00pm
Re-Airs: Thursday 8:00 - 9:00pm
THE AIMEE RHEA SHOW
Sharpen your knives & your memory! Health & beauty tips
Host: Aimee Rhea
Showtime: Wednesday 10:00 - 11:00am
The RUSTY VENture
Host: Joe Lindsay
Showtime: Monday 9:00 - 10:00pm
Re-Airs: Wednesday 10:00 - 11:00pm
THE new age of jazz
The new age of jazz superbly mixes classic cool with contemporary standards and futuristic stylings for a unique hybrid of American's native music.
Showtime: Monday 10pm - 12am
Link: Archived Shows
The Three oaks wanderer
Exploring up and coming artists, under appreciated songs, covers, b-sides, rock, country, folk, blues, funk & rap. Stuff that isn't played on most other stations.
Host: Rodney Carnahan
Showtime: Monday 11:00am - 12:00pm
WILBUR FIBBLE COMEDY HOUR
Some of the best comedy ever recorded! Ever
Host: Wilbur Fibble
Showtime: Monday 8:00 - 9:00pm
Re-Airs: Sunday 10:00 - 11:00pm
Interviews with respect for the interviewee and the listeners!
Host: John Smietanka
Showtime: Sunday 11:00am - 12:00pm
Re-Airs: Thursday 10:00 - 11:00am
Penny is an arts administartor community organizer, educator, quilter, and amateur homesteader living in Galien, Michigan.
Wilbur first appeared on college radio several years ago as a figment of some off-balanced person's imagination. He has always claimed to be, first and foremost, a Professional Leaf Shuffler, work that does not usually demand either speech or conversation.
Wilbur admits to being off-beat, corny, idiotic and annoying, qualities which his off-beat, corny, idiotic and annoying fans seem to enjoy.
Gregg Fraley is a published author and a creativity & innovation consultant. He’s also a public speaker and storyteller. He’s performed stories or keynote speeches to audiences around the world on the topics of creativity and innovation, and told stories for Michiana audiences as part of the Indigan Storyteller group. Gregg lives in Three Oaks, Michigan. His book, Jack’s Notebook, a business novel about creative problem solving, is used at various schools, including Berkeley, Cambridge, and St. John’s. Gregg performed as a stand up comedian, working regionally in the Midwest in the 80’s. Later after moving to Chicago, he did improvisational training and performances with Players Workshop of Second City and iO Theater. Gregg was a booth announcer and on-air host of several live programs in Cincinnati, Ohio for Warner Amex Cable’s experimental QUBE system. While there he won an Emmy for his producing work on “Cincinnati Alive,” and a cable ACE award for Innovation for his work on an interactive fantasy game show called “Swordquest.” His segment “Music and the Vet” honoring Vietnam War Veterans won an Ohio Governors Award. He was the summer host for a live game show, “Screen Test,” and he contributed segments for news programs, documentaries, sports, community, and entertainment programming at the station. Prior to his work at QUBE, Gregg was a camera operator at WLWT-TV5 in Cincinnati and a photography stringer for the Associated Press.
Enid Goldstein began her talk radio career at San Francisco's legendary KGO Radio. She has hosted talk shows at top stations in top markets including: KFI, Los Angeles; WGN, Chicago; WRKO, Boston; WABC, New York; KFBK, KSTE & KCTC, Sacramento; KNRC, Denver; KIRO & KOMO, Seattle; WMAL, Washington DC; Air America Radio, New York.
Her highly-rated programs and incisive, witty commentary have been featured nationally on CBS(TV) News, CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, NPR, PBS, and in San Francisco, on KTVU-TV and KQED-TV. In addition to her success in radio and television, Enid is a widely published essayist, critic and journalist whose work appears nationally in newspapers and magazines, including The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle and 200 newspapers via the former Knight-Ridder News Service.
Her international reporting includes the funeral of Princess Di in London, the Cannes Film Festival and from Los Angeles, the Academy Awards. Over her career, Enid has interviewed everyone from heads of state, celebrities and royalty to legal prostitutes. Her interview with President Clinton made breaking news and was carried by the Associated Press. Enid now resides full time in Harbor Country.
Amy Goodman is the host and executive producer of Democracy Now!. She is co-author of the national best-seller The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and the Media that Love Them written with her brother David Goodman. The book was chosen by independent bookstores as the #1 political title of the 2004 election season. The book was also chosen as one of the top 50 nonfiction books of 2004 by the editors of Publishers Weekly.
Betty Hoeffner knows both sides of the bullying equation and understands what it takes to stand up for yourself and others. She was bullied in school and was also a bully at school, in relationships and the workplace. Hoeffner is the author of the Stop Bullying Handbook - A Guide for Students And Their Friends; Hue-Man Being - A Book To End Racism; and DEAL FEEL HEAL - Keys to Understanding and Healing Emotional Pain She is the founder of Prevent Bullying Now and co-founder/President of Hey U.G.L.Y. - Unique Gifted Lovable You, the international nonprofit organization that empowers youth to be part of the solution to bullying, substance abuse and suicide. She develops content for the HeyUGLY.org website and in-school assemblies, both of which have been saving the lives of youth who are suicidal because of being bullied. Hoeffner is a keynote speaker at anti-bullying conferences and teacher trainings. She facilitates Hey U.G.L.Y.'s Stop Bullying Boot Camps and the powerful, DEAL FEEL HEAL Program for youth and adults. Having been a workplace bully, her insights at Corporate workshops brings a unique perspective that helps employees recognize their bullying behaviors. The tools she shares helps change that behavior to create an office and LIFEatmosphere of acceptance and great team work. Hoeffner hosts a weekly radio show on Radio Harbor Country called Choose To Change™. Together with teen DJ's the show features songs and singer/songwriters whose lyrics inspire positive self-esteem, diversity, a healthy planet, peace and, most importantly, never giving up.
Gail has been a professional writer since 1980, writing everything from corporate meetings to speeches to training videos. She has also been an essayist. Her pieces have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Lake Magazine, WGN radio, and National Public Radio.
Peg has 35 years expertise in nonprofit management, land protection and stewardship. Recent project development includes forest interior bird mitigation in 10 states and Green Infrastructure implementation. Her vast experience includes 14 years building the Milwaukee Greenseams Program, 10 years purchasing easements for the Ann Arbor Greenbelt and 10 years with the Michigan Department of Agriculture’s Purchase of Development Program. Previously, she worked for the Agency for International Development in Guatemala and as The Nature Conservancy’s Minnesota State Director.
Dave is a resident watercolorist who currently is a part time teacher at Columbia College Chicago. He is an art educator of forty plus years who varied interests run the gamet of art teacher, film producer, watercolorist, lecturer, gardner, and radio host.
Jim Lastovich is a music listener/collector of over 50 years. Jim is a practicing artist and an avid naturalist who has collected music his entire life. He has studied commercial and fine art as well as art education. He holds a bachelor of art education degree from Northeastern Illinois State. Jim also has a Masters Degree in Social Work from the Jane Adams School University of Illinois-Chicago. As a caseworker and administrator he provided treatment, benefits, and referrals to the citizens of Chicago's South and West sides. Now retired, He has been happily married over 40yrs. with two children and two grandchildren.
Started "Robin's Roost" on the radio as a freshman in college. Worked summers for both the Newport and New York Jazz Festivals, wrote a weekly music column for the Norwich Bulletin in Connecticut, produced 3 jazz concerts and produced my first album of "The Sixteen" a jazz orchestra formed by Fred Karlin and Jim Atlas, both from Chicago.
Joined Columbia Records in New York and assisted in the recording of "Tony Bennett at Carnegie Hall" and Dave Brubeck at the same venue. At Columbia's sister label Epic produced The Remains (who toured USA on the second Beatles Tour) and other rock & folk artists. Then ran Folkways Records for Scholastic Magazines producing albums of folk music and poetry.
Mercury Records brought me to Chicago to take charge of their Limelight label with experimental rock and electronic music and also produce recordings for Mercury. At Mercury worked with many artists including David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Uriah Heep, The Ohio Players, Chuck Mangione, Buddy Miles, and The Second City.
After Mercury, as an independent producer, I recorded Gamble Rogers, a punk rock group, Bohemia and started my own label, VU Records. Concurrently, I worked in the securities business then retired to Harbor Country and returned to radio at Radio Harbor Country.
Aimee Rhea is a model, actress, vocalist, published poet and sells jewelry and accessories through her business. She has modeled in hundreds of print ads, magazines, TV commercials, worldwide calendars and billboards. Past clients include Mercedes Benz, Whirlpool, Hush Puppies, Coke and Buick in cities such as Las Vegas and New York City. Her movies include "My Best Friends Wedding" with Julia Roberts, and "Hoodlum" with Vanessa Williams and Lawrence Fishburn. She also appeared live on World Championship Wrestling on national TV. Aimee has been a movie stand-in with Mel Gibson and also on the set of the TV series "Early Edition".
Aimee Rhea is also a Lake Michigan College and Dale Carnegie graduate. She has won over sixteen beauty and talent titles in local, state and national competitions. She has judged, directed and emceed many pageants including Miss North Carolina and has done other live remotes commentating pageants on the radio. As a radio news correspondent she covered local public interest meetings including city commission and school board meetings. She is a professional speaker and travels to schools speaking to audiences of up to 500 teens. Aimee is a wedding vocalist, and modeling and pageant instructor. She continues to be a professional speaker and mentor for young teens, retirement homes, clubs and events.
Aimee recently completed a TV commercial with her daughter Nola. She enjoys being a radio host and a new mom.
et’s face it; a musical variety radio program was in my destiny. I was born one month after the Lawrence Welk Show debuted on National TV and during my mother’s pregnancy; I was prenatal-induced to variety music radio programs.
One such program was the WSBT AM-960 Polish Hour (South Bend, Indiana and hosted by Froncek Czyzewski and his wife Irene). In fact, my first “live radio” experience was helping the WSBT Polish Hour from 1978 1988. At that time, to me anyways, radio seemed like an entertainment stage in a broadcast booth.
About 1975 I started tinkering with a stereo turntable, cassette tape decks plus microphones and formed my own 120 volt radio station called WSTAN am-fm. Now that’s real techno-electronic! It was fun writing scripts, selecting music and hearing comments from those whom I gave cassettes of my very primitive radio DJ efforts.
As one of the WRHC-LP pioneer programs, Musical Memories debuted in February-March 206 and still weekly airs thanks to listeners who believe in this all-volunteer community radio station. Over the years my show has “evolved” yet I still adhere to that simple philosophy to play music that makes someone smile and feel carefree while listening to the radio! Hold onto your dreams and always keep a Musical Memories in your heart !
Steve Shimek is a resident of Three Oaks. He and his wife, Lillian Lewis, retired here from the Chicago area in 2004. He has a background in ministry as a Catholic priest for 20 years, and in clinical social work for 20 years. He also has taught in university and high school. Academic credentials include three masters degrees: Philosophy, Theology, and Clinical Social Work. Since retirement Steve worked for three years as a counselor for Catholic Family Services in Benton Harbor. He has also just finished seven years as a fill-in pastor for the Sawyer United Church of Christ.
Michael Slaboch is an event & record producer, tour manager, sound engineer & educator living in Galien, MI.
John Smietanka has lived in Berrien County on and off for all of his 60 +years. He has practiced law first in Chicago, then 12 years in theBerrien County Prosecutors Office (8 as Prosecuting Attorney), 12 yearsas United States Attorney for the Western District of Michigan, and, aftertwo runs for Michigan Attorney General, he has been 10 years in private practice with Anne Buckleitner. They have offices in St. Joseph and the Grand Rapids area. Long hours of driving around Michigan and the rest ofthe country made him a captive of talk radio shows. He now aims to cull the best formats for his one-hour discussion show on WRHC: With Respect. The name comes from his shows mantra: Respect for the guests, thesubject matter and the audience.
Joel Brussell is a creative writer and black and white photographer who as times goes on realizes really
nobody knows anything about anything. Let’s face it "Art" is as much the name of a guy who works at a
hardware store as it is some pretentious statement.
Mockapoolaza is a festival that never ends and spares you the sweat of the heavy set man next to you.
Joel is fairly sure that the incessant ingestion of Pringles and roasting marshmallows on those fake
chemical logs accounts for his eunuch, I mean unique perspective.
His photographic work can be viewed at Brussellphotography.com