The Original Quiet Storm

On the station where the format was born, The Original Quiet Storm is the place to catch songs that tell the stories of love. Pioneered in the mid-1970’s by Melvin Lindsey, The Original Quiet Storm lives on with Jeff Brown and his smooth delivery and deep playlist.

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The Daily Drum

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The Drum has long been known as the first telegraph. A way our ancestors communicated before phones or even the telegraph. We know Washington DC’s news affects not just the region, but the world, so radio and television veteran Harold Fisher breaks the news you need to know and invites listeners to call-in and provide feedback about daily topics. You can hear the second half hour of the Daily Drum on our sister station H.U.R. Voices on Sirius XM Channel 141.

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The Mid-Day With Triscina Grey

Whether you’re listening in your vehicle, online, or on your smartphone, at work listening has never sounded better during the Middays with Triscina Grey. At noon listeners are invited to call into Café’ 96 for an hour of musical requests and lunchtime favorites. So from that second cup-of–coffee break to those hours when the day hasn’t moved fast enough, it’s good to know you have the personality, information and music to help you make it through.

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