It is summer break and that means the start of special summer programming on WVCW! Here is what you can expect and when all summer long on WVCW!
(Shows are listed in alphabetical order, times are in military time)
Aaron Johnson: Sundays (17:00-17:55)
The Beacon Hill Project: Tuesdays (18:00-19:55)
Brianna Earl: Sundays (18:00-18:55)
Center of the Aisle: Tuesdays (22:00-23:55)
Charlie Hunt: Thursdays (18:00-19:55)
Dai Norman: Tuesdays (15:00-15:55)
David Sporn: Mondays (20:00-21:55)
Dominique Gay: Mondays (18:00-19:55)
Elena Correa: Thursdays (20:00-21:55)
Hadiya Gale: Sundays (07:00-07:55)
Hal Aderholt: Fridays (10:00-10:55)
Jack Wolfe: Wednesdays (17:00-17:55)
Julia Carney: Tuesdays (07:00-07:30)
Julia and Mati: Wednesdays (20:00-21:55)
Katelyn Moody: Tuesdays (16:00-16:55)
Katie Gallant: Tuesdays (20:00-21:55)
Leah Buchman: Saturdays (19:00-19:55)
Live from RVA w/ Rodney: Fridays (21:00-22:55)
Martin Klunder: Thursdays (15:00-15:55)
No Order: Wednesdays (18:00-19:55)
No Scrubs: Wednesdays (22:00-23:55)
POP Therapy: Mondays (22:00-23:55)
Riley Slate: Sundays (14:00-14:55)
Sean Pritchard: Sundays (20:00-20:55)
Topics with Tiff: Thursdays (22:00-22:55)
The Ugly Naked Girls: Sundays (22:00-23:55)
2014 Dominion Christmas Parade
Listen to the 5th annual recording of WVCW’s live Coverage of the 31st annual 2014 Dominion Christmas Parade. The parade started at the Science Museum on Broad Street and continued along Broad street until 7th street. This years parade featured Marching Bands, Balloons, Festive Floats, and some very special guests, including some who are nationally known like The Harlem Globetrotters, some storm troupers, and Walking Dead actor, Chad Coleman, as its Grand Marshal. The parade also hosted some groups that are unique to Richmond like Snow Bear. The parade of course also featured Santa Clause.
Presented by Jacob McFadden, Heather Hudgins, and Jon Carpenter.
Featuring Jean Sweeney, Matthew Hall, Austin Moore, and the dedicated staff at WVCW. Listen to past shows here
Okay so I’m not dead, nor am I actually dying, well okay in the sense that we are all dying then yes I am dying but I digress. It was a good year for WVCW, correction it was a great year for WVCW. We were on national television, The Aftermath placed in the Top 5 for College Radio Sports Programs, more than tripled our Facebook likes, and some other stuff that has made us the best organization at VCU.
While I could blame myself for these accomplishments, none of this wouldn’t have been accomplished if it weren’t for my executive staff (WVCW’s Mount Rushmore) Erinn, Joel, Paula, and Heather. I am forever in your debt for all your hard work over this year. WVCW also couldn’t have done it without the open doors and guidance of Jon Carpenter, Lauren Katchuk, Greg Weatherford, and Mark Jefferies of the VCU Student Media Center. Finally, I want to thank every member of WVCW who made me want to go to work everyday and made me strive to be the best I could be.
I wouldn’t trade my time at WVCW for anything and I hope that’s how more and more members feel for years to come. And I would like to part some wisdom for future generations.
- Shirts= Likes
- People will come to meetings if you tell them there will be punch and pie.
- If you’re interested in college radio then go there wearing your favorite band shirt, and be prepared to discuss music, ALOT.
I know some BIG things are coming to WVCW in the near future and while I’m sad that I won’t be there when they happen, I am glad to have been a part of it.