Café Mocha is program that was created by and for Women of Color and is co-hosted by actress and two-time Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist MC Lyte, comedienne Loni Love (E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately”) and broadcast veteran Angelique Perrin. This high-energy, two-hour show features the latest in urban music, lively chats from an unabashedly women’s perspective, no-holds barred advice and exclusive interviews with top performers, celebrities, politicians and civic leaders.
Socca, Reggae, Dance Hall & Calypso are all very different types of music from the Caribbean, but host John Blake brings them together in a non-stop party. Added in is news from across the Caribbean to bring your island home a little closer.
Hosted by 41 year market legend Patrick Ellis, Gospel Spirit is the most listened to Sunday program in the Washington, DC area. It’s the place we turn to for refuge and for rejoicing, and we capture that spirit by playing the new and classic Gospel Music you love, along with Church Announcements, Birthdays and more.
Montgomery Co. releases 911 calls from Monday’s plane crash…
DC Mayor Elect announces another member of her cabinet…
Senate releases a report on the CIA that could lead to more terrorist attacks on Americans…
Each Saturday morning at 4:30am, WHUR’s award winning news team brings you a half-hour segment dedicated to the news generated by Howard University, one of the leading universities in America.
It’s an Adult Mix of long music sweeps overnights on 96.3 WHUR. Whether you’re working that third shift, making it a late night, or just dealing with a bout of insomnia, we know that overnights aren’t just for sleeping and we want the vibe to be right.
“Pillow Talk With Angela” is an aural aphrodisiac of provocative relationship talk set to a sexy soundtrack of top shelf R&B, Jazz, and Lounge. Two-way interactivity as the audience gets a chance to chime in with celebrities on hot topics via phone, e-mail, and social media. RADIO JUST GOT HOTTER!
Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, located on the main campus of Howard University in the nation’s capital, has historically served as a center for cultural and religious activities of the university. For more than a century, the prophetic call has been presented each week from the Chapel pulpit by some of the most distinguished American preachers, and outstanding national and world leaders.
Soulful Sundays with a Touch o Jazz
Soulful sundays With A Touch Of Jazz w/ Lorna Newton
An interview with local, national and international poets.
On Sunday’s the spirit just won’t stop. On your way back from service or as you ease into your Sunday afternoon listen to the Gospel music you love. Catch Sunday Afternoon Gospel to hear Jacquie Gales Webb play the music and talk with the people who make it.
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.
The Frank Ski Show is an up-tempo lifestyle program designed to entertain, inspire and inform every day. With a distinctive style and sense of humor, Frank balances music with celebrity guests and discussions of culture, local and national headlines and topical subject matter that means the most to the African American community
The Hang Suite
The Hang Suite with Troy Johnson is a hip, edgy, interactive, upbeat show that includes the hottest party mixes from DJ Lonnie C, with compelling conversations, artist interviews and more.
The Journey is a weekly15-minute program hosted by Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, 17th President of Howard University. Family man, scholar, surgeon, leader, servant of the world, Dr. Frederick engages in dynamic dialogue with local and national guests, learning about their journeys and their thoughts on a full range of issues of the day. Listeners can hear conversations about raising boys to manhood, encouraging women in leadership, detecting cancer, mentoring youth, preventing domestic violence, the value of a village and much more.
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.
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.
Tony Richards takes it to the streets Monday through Friday on the Steve Harvey Morning Show, but on Saturday afternoon he brings it to you live from the studio. Tune in to catch Tony chatting with listeners and playing the music that sounds like Washington.
Steve Harvey has found a perfect way to bring a smile to his listeners either with his “Real Talk,” one of a kind interviews or great music.
The Time Tunnel
Long time radio veteran Caroll “Mr. C” Hynson has years of experience in the business, so he knows which jams have stood the test of time. It’s a journey back to the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s to experience jams, fast & slow, that made the blue light parties hot.
Weekend Quiet Storm
It’s the weekend version of the “Original Quiet Storm.” Tune in as Mansey Pullen puts his slant on the original, born on WHUR.
Weekend With Ed Gordon
Entertaining, Fun, and Smart – WEEKend with Ed Gordon is the show everyone’s been waiting for. It’s entertaining and informative. WEEKend is where YOU talk about what’s hot, hear the latest scoop, get advice and a laugh, plus you’ll hear the best music on the radio.
If you missed it during the week, catch the WHUR Weekend Review as Bobby Gailes wraps up the week and tops it with a musical bow. Hear the top songs from around the country plus the top songs in DC and only on WHUR.