WRCR broadcasts a combination of Adult contemporary music, local and national news and varied talk shows, 24 hours per day – seven days per week. In addition to its General Broadcasting, WRCR airs numerous daily and weekly programs. The following represents part of the station’s present broadcasting schedule. Please take a look at our calendar below.
Take a look at our variety of programming on the calendar below. Click on each link to go to the show’s audio archive, where you can download or listen online to past shows right from the comfort of your laptop, tablet or PC.
Tune to WRCR’s own Steve and Meredyth Morning Show
Steve Possell and Meredyth Glover and their many guests keep Rockland up to speed on all fronts. Catch up on the leading political and social issues impacting your neighborhood’s quality of life. News, traffic and weather at the top of each hour sets the day off with all you need to know to get to where you’re headed. Don’t forget to listen daily at 8:30 AM for Mahoney Asset Management’s Market Update. Blog with Ken Here
NEW! Monday-Thursday 11:30am-12:30pm Fridays 12:00pm-1:00pm – Raymour & Flanigan Community News Lunch Hour
Monday Host: Art Aldrich, Our Town News Tuesday: Jeannine Rippa, Rockland Review Wednesday: Village Wednesday (different Village hosts each week. Thursday: Dylan Skriloff, Rockland County Times Friday: Richard Gandon, Ramapo Times/Rockland Star
Mondays at 7:10AM – Realty Teams with Naomi Streicher
Naomi Streicher, Broker/Owner of Realty Teams, lets us know whats REALLY going on in your neighborhood! In depth knowledge of the local market-from rentals, condos, homes, & foreclosures. Always something to learn from this segment on Monday mornings!
Mondays at 10:10AM:
Bridging the Gap – 1st Monday of the month Informative Program that highlights issues important to persons with disabilities & seniors. Learn about the Independent Living Center and resources available to assist people at every stage of life to live as independently as possible. Web site: http://www.rilc.org/ Hosted by George Hoehmann
Giving Matters – 2nd Monday of the month
Nonprofits provide important services and make a tremendous economic impact in Rockland County. Each month one or more nonprofit will be showcased. Learn about the services they provide, how to utilize them and how to help or volunteer. Hosted by Kerry Potter.
Crossroads of Rockland History – 3rd Monday of the Month
Explore, participate and learn about our local history. Each month will feature a guest historian moderated by Clare Sheridan from the Rockland Historical Society. Some covered topics will include: Rockland Lake, Camp Shanks, Nyack Turnpike and sandstone houses. To learn more about the Historical Society and upcoming events, visit www.Rocklandhistory.org
Senior Focus-4th Monday of the Month
Coordinated by the Rockland office of the Aging, this program covers important topics facing community seniors and the services available to them. To find out more about the Rockland office of the aging visit http://www.co.rockland.ny.us/Age/index.htm . Sponsored by “StayFit Seniors” visit http://www.stayfitseniors.com/
Wednesdays 5:08PM to 6:00PM – Mostly Movies – with Mercedes
Listen in each week as the gang talks with you about movies. They cover it all from new movies to old movies and all the latest celebrity gossip. A show filled with great talk, trivia, and a whole lot of fun. Click Here to Visit the Mostly Movies Blog. – Show sponsored by: GeeGinger.com
Wednesdays 6:08PM to 9:00PM – Gumbo YaYa
A Louisiana term often defined as…….. A gathering where everyone talks all at once. Usually consisting of friends and family & involving food and music!Join host Scott Stout and discuss a variety of interests & backgrounds in all genres of MUSIC, FOOD, COMMUNITY, COUNTRY & MORE! Visit: http://gumboyayaradioshow.bandzoogle.com/fr_home.cfm
Listen Up Rockland! – 1st Wednesday of the month 10:10am
Are you hearing buzzing, ringing or pulsing? If you do, you’re one of 50 million Americans who have tinnitus, a serious medical symptom with multiple solutions. Learn more about what tinnitus is and how Dr. Shannon has successfully treated patients with this condition. Hosted by Dr. Jeffrey Shannon. Sponsored by Hudson Valley Audiology, visit www.hudsonaudiology.com
Shrine Time! – 3rd Wednesday of the month 10:10am
Hosts Bob Martin and Ralph Edwards discuss the philanthropic efforts of The Shrine Masons, their children’s hospitals and upcoming events!
Thursdays 7:15AM – Ann Zeilingold with Mortgage Matters
As Rockland’s mortgage expert and vice president of First Meridian Mortgage in Pomona, Ann offers smart and savy tips on how you can turn your dream home into an affordable reality. The purpose of this weekly segment is to address your mortgage questions and dispel common myths. Visit AnnZeilingold.com for more info.
Thursdays 10PM-11:30PM – The Music Place followed by Jewish Datelines – A New Concept in Jewish Dating.
Tune-in on the radio, via phone: 646 519-5860 8574# or on the web and call-in live: 845 362-0013 . The first couple to get married wins prizes toward wedding. Several new couples are already dating!
Fridays – 11:10am Who Wants To Be a Volunteer
Join Frank Hutton & Gordon Wren Jr. for the inside scoop on The Emergency Volunteer Corps. Informative interviews with top emergency personnel focusing on your security, previous week’s events and volunteer recruitment. Hosted by George Dacre
Fridays – 6 to 8 pm The Doo Wop Dream Machine
Music from the 1950′s and early 1960′s with Bryant Avenue Bob Trivero! Listen to great tunes from the Five Satins, Penguins, Moonglows and The Platters! Sponsored by Franco’s Pizzeria and The Tire Warehouse.
RockVets – 1st Friday of the Month
Director of Rockland Veteran Services, Jerry Donnelan provides important information for Rockland County Veterans, military personnel, and their families. Visit www.Rockvets.com Sponsored by Ireland’s 32
East Ramapo Underground – 2nd Friday of the Month
The Place for communication about what is happening in the East Ramapo School District. Co-hosted by: Peggy Hatton & Tony Luciano Visit them on Facebook @ East Ramapo Undergound or contact EastRamapoUnderground@hotmail.com
Saturdays 9:08AM to 10:00AM – Saturdays With the Supervisor – with Supervisor St. Lawrence
Join Supervisor St. Lawrence as he discusses issues facing Rockland Co., the New Tappan Zee Bridge, The Solid Waste Management Authority, Economic Development in the Hudson Valley and of course… The Town of Ramapo!
First Saturday of the Month, 1:05pm – 1:45pm Karen Noe with The Angel Quest Show
Psychic medium and author of “The Rainbow Follows the Storm” and the soon to be released book, “Through the Eyes of Another,” on the 1st Saturday of each month Karen and her guests are discussing topics such as: how to connect with angels and deceased loved ones, developing your psychic abilities, how your thoughts create your reality, spiritual healing, how to communicate telepathically with your pets, energy medicine, and so much more. Join her and her guests for a celestial experience. Visit LuceLucina.com to find out more about Karen.
Show sponsored by SKI BARN
Sundays Ministerio Evangelistico de Las Asambleas de Dios
“Un Clamor Hacia Dios en Los Tiempos Finales“
Les invita a sintonizarnos Cada Domingos de: 11:00 a 12PM
Por que el tiempo de Los Milagros no a Pasado.
Hn. Edwin Sanabria: Tel. 845 659 8433 .
Hn. Ignacio Moran: Tel. 845 282 1887 .
Hn. Pablo Leal: Tel. 845 429 0705 .
Clama a mi y yo te respondere y te enseñare cosas grandes y acultas que tu no conoses JEREMIAS33:3.
VISIT WRCR AT: facebook.com/WRCR1300AM
Steve and Sophia of WRCR’s morning program receive
Beloved Community Award
Suffern, NY—On April 2nd, Steve Possell and Sophia Salis of WRCR AM 1300’s “Steve and Sophia Morning Show” were honored for their service to the community, during the Martin Luther King Multi-Purpose Center’s Annual Benefit Dinner. The benefit was held in the Empire Ballroom of the Holiday Inn in Suffern. In addition to celebrating its forty-first year as a staple of the Spring Valley community, the Martin Luther King Multi-Purpose Center is recognizing people and organizations that “make Rockland County a great place to live, to build, to educate and to work.”
The award seeks to celebrate community members’ commitment to building the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Beloved Community;” a community that grows by the mutual caring and respect of its members.
For the past four years, “The Steve and Sophia Morning Show” on AM 1300 WRCR Radio Rockland has endeavored to provide the Rockland County community with an open forum for discussion of a variety of social and political issues. The program brings to the forefront elected officials, community leaders and local residents that are trying to positively contribute to the overall quality of life in Rockland County.
Readers of The Journal News have voted and WRCR AM1300 was chosen READERS CHOICE for local area radio in Rockland County. And, by the people who matter most – its residents!
Said the Journal News (And, we’re quoting here):
“… a strong commitment to the community and mix of programming have combined to distinguish “Radio Rockland”. Sure, you can hear dozens of metro-area stations when in Rockland, but when Rockland News is needed this is the place to turn …”
Did you know?
- The NY State Broadcasters Association recently awarded WRCR its Excellence in Broadcasting award for local news coverage.