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Gralen B. Banks

On-Air Schedule
Monday 04:00pm - 06:00pm The Grapevine

Herman Magic

On-Air Schedule
Monday 05:00am - 07:00am Rise and Shine Radio

Bro. Willie Muhammad

Brother Willie Muhammad is a New Orleans native. He is a graduate of Walter L. Cohen High School and Xavier University. He has taught in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge public schools systems. In addition to his community leadership endeavors he also is a high school teacher.

Brother Muhammad’s has a history that shows his level of commitment to his community. As a result of his commitment and steadfastness, he is often called upon to address various audiences at high schools, college, churches, mosques, correctional facilities and other community events.

Some of his accomplishments include:

• 2003 he was appointed as the Student Minister of Muhammad Mosque #46 by the Honorable Louis Farrakhan.

• In 2009 founded the New Orleans Chapter of the Peace Keepers, which is a diverse group
of men who spend one hour every Saturday canvassing the violent neighborhoods in the
city 2011 Brother Muhammad launched the, “Squash the Beef Hotline. This initiative is a
conflict resolution service where members of the Peace Keepers serve as mediators
between rivals. As of date the Peace Keepers have successfully resolved 30 conflicts
which ranged from simple misunderstandings, fights, threats made against persons life to
actual gun violence.

• In 2014 he organized the 1,000 Man March in the city of New Orleans.

• In 2015 he was highlighted in the Secondline Education Blog

Selected as a 2015 Data News Weekly Trailblazer

Brother Muhammad said that out of all of his accomplishments, his two greatest are being a committed husband and father to his family.
On-Air Schedule
Monday 03:00pm - 04:00pm Class is in Session

Dr. Andre Perry

Andre Perry is an education leader, author and advisor to people working to improve education in K-12 and postsecondary institutions. In 2013, Dr. Andre Perry became the Founding Dean of Urban Education at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Perry launched Davenport’s new College of Urban Education and created its Master of Urban Education Program. The innovative teacher-training program focuses on student learning, prepares content experts in clinical settings and measures progress based on data. Prior to, he was the Associate Director for Educational Initiatives for the Loyola Institute for Quality and Equity in Education. Dr. Perry created academic and enrichment opportunities for Loyola University as well as for primary and secondary students in the metro area. Before Loyola, he served as the CEO of the Capital One-University of New Orleans Charter Network, which was comprised of four charter schools in New Orleans. During that stint, Perry served on Mayor-Elect Mitch Landrieu’s Transition Team as the co-chair of the Education Taskforce. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Perry earned his Ph.D. in education policy and leadership from the University of Maryland College Park. His research and teaching interests are college access and retention, charter schools and immigrant educational rights. In 2011, UNO Press released his book, The Garden Path: The Miseducation of the City. Perry used non-fiction narrative to illustrate the real life tensions involved in post-Katrina education reform in New Orleans. Perry’s scholarship focuses education reform and the impact of education policy on community wellness. Perry co-authored the chapter Resilience and Opportunity: Lessons from the U.S. Gulf Coast after Katrina and Rita published on Brookings Institution Press. He also co-authored the chapter Between Public and Private: Politics, Governance, and the New Portfolio Models for Urban School Reform published on Harvard University Press. Along with the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Perry co-authored the report, PLACE MATTERS for Health in Orleans Parish: Ensuring Opportunities for Good Health for All. As a public intellectual, he advocates for quality public education. Dr. Perry is a columnist for the Washington Post-PostEverthing section and The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit news organization focused on producing in-depth education journalism. Perry’s views, opinions and educational leadership have been featured on NBC, National Public Radio, Al Jazeera America, The New Republic and CNN. Perry contributed to the CNN specials Race and Justice in America: Hidden Bias as well as Bullying: No Escape, both hosted by Anderson Cooper. He contributed to NBC’s Education Nation as a featured panelist. He has also been a guest on Roland Martin’s Washington Watch on TVOne, Jane Velez-Mitchell on HLN as well as numerous appearances on CBS, Fox and NBC affiliates. For almost a decade, he penned a newspaper column in The Louisiana Weekly. The column provided political commentary on municipal governments and K-16 leadership in Louisiana. During the same period, Perry provided commentary for the NPR affiliate, WWNO 89.9-FM, during NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Perry has spoken at numerous national events including: The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference, Essence Festival, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the National Urban League Annual Conference. In 2008 he was selected as an Effective Leaders Fellow by Duke University’s Center for Leadership and Public Values. Fully immersed in the city’s recovery efforts, Perry served on the boards of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans, WYES Public Television, WWNO-FM, and Young Audiences-Arts for Learning. His community-based efforts earned him accolades and acclaim. Andre Perry received the Kappa Alpha Psi Distinguished Citizen Award in 2011. He also received St. Charles Avenue Magazine’s 2008 Unsung Hero of the Year Award. New Orleans Magazine selected Dr. Perry as a “Person to Watch.” In 2009, Gambit Weekly named Perry to its “40 under 40”. In October of 2011, NBC Affiliate, WDSU Channel 6 aired the award winning documentary, “Close Ties: Tying on a New Tradition,” which features Dr. Perry and Wilbert “Chill” Wilson’s efforts to prevent criminal activity among at-risk youth. In 2012, Dr. Perry was named team lead for Orleans PLACE MATTERS, a national project of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
On-Air Schedule
Tuesday 03:00pm - 04:00pm Free College

Jozzlyn Callo

Jozlynn Callo is a singer,songwriter,and musician with a 15+ career working with various entertainers from Mystical and Big Freedia to Grammy award winning trumpeter Kurt Brunus. Currently,she is recording for her debut album with new Orleans music legend Gary J. Edwards. Jozlynn is a relationship advisor and aspiring author focusing on a series of early development children's books.

Jozlynn's Slow Love Lounge is a weekly 2 hour program airing Saturday evenings from 9 pm to 11 pm consisting of old school and classic love songs,an "after dark" hot topic involving our special guest and a segment spotlighting their talents that positively impact our communities.also a open Q&A for the listening audience.
On-Air Schedule
Saturday 09:00pm - 11:00pm Slow Love Lounge

Lyle Henderson

LyleE.Henderson began singing when he was 5 years old, on a chair, in front of a
national church convention audience at a General Assembly Convocation of THE CHURCH OF
THE LIVING GOD. He began his interest in the media as a small child, admiring the anchormen
and newscasters. His pursuit of both only made his music ministry stronger and more committed.
He has performed with such Gospel greats as the late O'Landa Draper, Melvin Williams (of the
legendary Williams Brothers), Edwin Hawkins Music & Arts Seminar recording choir, Trin-i-tee-
5-7, Earnest Pugh, Alexis Spight, The Mississippi Mass Choir, New Orleans Gospel Soul
Children, to name a few... He has also performed with such Jazz icons as Terence Blanchard,
Jubilant Sykes, Davell Crawford, and the late Marva Wright.
Lyle studied Mass Communications and Music at Xavier University of Louisiana (c/o ’91) and
began his broadcasting career as an R&B DJ on New Orleans' based FM98 and simultaneously
transitioned to Gospel radio in 1988 as an announcer on WYLD Radio. He was the host of
“Sunday Morning Inspirations” on PraiseFM 94.9 and host/producer of the station’s New
Year’s Eve “Top 10 Countdown” each year (until the station reformatted to country western).
His voice has remained in the New Orleans Gospel community on various voice overs for more
than two decades. In 2007, he joined the DJ staff of Crescent City Radio, the online radio station
owned by Loyola University New Orleans. He is host & producer of “The World of Gospel” – a
Wednesday Gospel music show online, with a rapidly growing audience.
Lyle Henderson & Emmanu-EL have traveled to Italy 4 times for a multi-city Italian tour,
including performances at the world famous Umbria Jazz Festival. Lyle has also performed in
various cities in Switzerland, Canada, Jamaica, and countless cities throughout the USA. His
tenor vocals vary in style and ability ~ ranging from the silvery and classical to the gutsy and
soulful, southern tradition of Gospel church music. His two major influences (Daryl Coley and
the late Mahalia Jackson) are exemplified in his varied styles of vocal performance. Spring 2015
marked their 17th annual performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. While his
volunteer and community involvement and his position as President of Pinnacle Entertainment,
Publishing & Management have made it difficult for him to complete his sophomore CD, he
continues to accept tour, performance and ministry engagements because of his passion for the
message in music. His last rigorous tour to date was The Men In Ministry 15 City Tour.
In 2001, members of the Louisiana and New Orleans media began to dub him as the NEW
ORLEANS PRINCE OF GOSPEL. In December 2009, he was nominated for the coveted 2010
Stellar Award and in 2015, he won the NOLA Gospel Award for “Gospel Announcer of the
Year.” He has also been the honored nominee and recipient of numerous local and regional
awards to recognize his musical achievements. In 2015, he became the host of “Sunday Morning
Gospel,” a 7-hour live Gospel music show on AM 1230 WBOK in New Orleans.
In 2008, Lyle was commissioned by the Disney Animation Film Company to produce and
‘Gospelize’ a Randy Newman song, called “Dig A Little Deeper.” Lyle and his special events
singers, Pinnacle Gospel Choir, are featured in the 2009 release of “The Princess and the Frog”
(film and soundtrack). His latest film involvement to date is “Black & White” produced by
Kevin Costner, starring Mr. Costner and Olivia Spencer.
Prince Lyle is an ordained minister of 24 years, a celebrated New Orleans radio announcer and
Gospel Recording Artist. His title cut from his new CD, “Expectations,” as well as other
recorded songs are available for downloads at iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and other sites. The
“Live At Jazz Fest” CD series is available through and, soon to be, wherever
Gospel music is sold. The new CD project, “Expectations,” from Lyle Henderson & EmmanuEL
is scheduled to be in stores in March, 2016.
On-Air Schedule
Sunday 05:00am - 10:00am Sunday Morning Gospel
Sunday 11:00am - 12:00pm Sunday Morning Gospel

V.K. Jones

On-Air Schedule
Saturday 01:00pm - 02:00pm  

Chief Warhorse

Queen Chief Elwin Warhorse Gillum is the Queen of Tchefuncta Nation and the Chief of the Chahta Tribe. As appointed by the 365 Elders (Blood Members) of the Tribe, she was appointed the Chief of the Tribe in 1998 and Queen Chief Elwin Warhorse Gillum took the throne of the Nation in 2009, when she brought the Nation out of exile. She has been married for 36 years and is the mother of three children.

Prior to becoming the Tribal Chief, Chief Warhorse was a civil rights leader and served under the leadership of Dr. Joseph E. Lowery and the late Dr. Avery Alexander and numerous other Civil and Human rights leaders. She was a Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) national board member for 10 years and led the SCLC. She organized, implemented and participated in Civil Rights marches in the Southeast United States and worked on national and international projects. She has been an active civil and human rights advocate, educating others on the damage of the eugenics movement and racial integrity, and how to overcome and combat their effects.

In 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010, she worked with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau on census representation in the American Indian Community. She worked countless volunteer hours, trained bureau staff and worked with the community to ensure representation. For her efforts, she received an award. In the 1990s Queen Chief Warhorse was presented with a Humanitarian Award by W.D. Mohammad, a Muslim leader, for her work as a Christian leader in the Muslim Community. In 1991, she created and developed the first minority/majority district in St. Tammany Parish to create a voter’s block for better representation.

In 2000, under President Clinton’s Administration, Queen Chief Warhorse was appointed as a member to the African Summit with a focus on minority issues. In 2004, she founded “Save the Chahta Indian Tribe," a nonprofit organization that was initially created to work in disaster preparedness efforts. She formulated the Community Preparedness Response Network (CPRN) that brought all necessary emergency response agencies together, to respond in a coherent, efficient manner in emergency situations.

In 2005, Chief Warhorse was featured in Jet Magazines Tribal tribute for her work in Civil Rights as an SCLC national board member and leader. In November 2011, the Queen Chief, along with two direct descendent Great-Aunts, ancestors of the Chahta Tribe, will be on exhibit for one year in the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Museum in Madisonville, Louisiana. This exhibit features the lives and contribution of these strong Black Indian Matriarchs of the Tribe. Queen Chief Warhorse is an advocate for the youth, senior citizens, the disabled and the family. She is a spiritual leader and works with individuals in spiritual rehabilitation and detoxification. She works on educational and health issues to include obesity, cancer, HIV/Aids, hepatitis, and lifestyle diseases to help inform and educated those communities most affected. She is a motivational speaker on a multitude of topics, a television and radio co-host, the Queen of a Nation, Chief of a Tribe, a farmer, an educator and advocate, a community organizer and spiritual leader.
On-Air Schedule
Saturday 02:00pm - 03:00pm Cookin w/ Chief

Keisha Washington & Kendra Crawford

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Wednesday 12:30pm - 01:00pm Nola Real Estate Connection

Cynthia Beaulieu

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Thursday 02:30pm - 03:00pm Small Biz Network

Karran Harper Royal

Co-Hosts: Karran Harper Royal and Lynne Farlough
Pyramid Parent Talk is a radio show providing information and support to parents of children with special needs in New Orleans . You can listen live online every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 2:00 – 2:30 PM. An archive of past shows is available at

Pyramid Community Parent Resource Center provides one to one assistance, workshops on special education law, positive behavior support and advocacy skills. You can reach us on the web at, Twitter: @PyramidCPRC and on Facebook: Pyramid Community Parent Resource Center. You can reach Pyramid any time by calling our helpline: 504-218-8922
On-Air Schedule
Tuesday 01:00pm - 01:30pm Pyramid Parent Talk

Ethan Ashley

Urban Speaks- Tuesdays at 2:30pm-3:00pm
Urban Speaks is a program supported in partnership between the Urban League of Greater New Orleans and Capital One. Urban Speaks is designed to elevate the inequities and solutions that exists for Blacks in New Orleans. We are joined on the show by leaders from various industries (criminal justice, housing, health, civic engagement, economic and workforce development, education, and environment) to discuss current systemic inequities and provide both solutions and ways for the community to engage in creating solutions to the inequities. We provide data and information from the Urban League’s State of Black New Orleans publication and provide personal background information on all of our guest speakers. Urban Speaks seeks to provide our community with an outlined problem, relevant data that supports the problem statement, and solutions to the problems. More than anything, Urban Speaks challenges and awakens the consciousness of our community, while also providing them with ways to engage in the creations of solutions toward progress. As we always sign off, our community needs to GET WOKE and STAY WOKE!
On-Air Schedule
Wednesday 03:00pm - 03:30pm Urban Speaks

Timolynn Sams-Sumter

On-Air Schedule
Friday 01:00pm - 02:00pm Pumps, Pearls & Politics

John Slade

Political cartoonist, satirist and now daily radio host John Slade was born in 1957 in New Orleans. He always enjoyed animated cartoons and has been influenced by them. As he grew up, the editorial cartoons in the daily paper attracted him. John recalls a moment from his youth "I remember a Black Panther newspaper cartoon with the police as pigs running while saying Oink Oink no place to run, no place to hide! From a single panel cartoon I got the whole gist of the Black Panther view." From then on he was hooked on cartooning as well as television, film, and other media. His art talent took him to his high school paper the
Kennedy Courier and to an award winning professional career that has spaned over
thirty years. Right now he can be seen on Cox Cable Orleans Wednsdays at 6:30amand pm on Ch76 as the host of "Political Cartoons By John Slade", He has moved into making
his own comic book line entitled "Afro Brother Spacemen", and can be heard daily at three pm on "Showtime In The Afternoon" on WBOK1230am. Says
Slade, "It's all the most fun you can have with your clothes on!
On-Air Schedule
Monday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade
Tuesday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade
Wednesday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade
Wednesday 06:00pm - 06:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade
Thursday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade
Friday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Up to Date w/ John Slade

Oliver Thomas

Born and raised in New Orleans, Oliver attended public schools, graduating from JS Clark High School. Mr. Thomas is a graduate of the College of Santa Fe, NM and completed Harvard's Executive Program for community leaders and attended the Aspen Institute.

Mr. Thomas worked in International travel for International Weekends Charter Travel Agency in Boston and New York. Oliver began his political career in New Orleans as Legislative Aide and public policy analyst for Jim Singleton. He was the Project Manager for the Downtown Development District – DDD. Mr. Thomas was Resident Advisor HUD CJ Brown HANO. He was first elected as Councilman for District B in 1994 serving two terms before being elected to an at large seat in 2002 where he served as Council President until 2007.

Mr Thomas is an Actor, Writer, Producer and Poet. He led, co-wrote and acted in the hit play Reflections. Oliver was lead actor in Harold Ellis Clark's Fishers of Men, an actor in Nijla Mumins Movie Deluge. Mr. Thomas is the host of WBOK The Good Morning Show, Owner of Otoutreach LLC, and a Public Policy Consultant.
On-Air Schedule
Monday 06:30am - 09:00am The Good Morning Show
Tuesday 06:30am - 09:00am The Good Morning Show
Wednesday 06:30am - 09:00am The Good Morning Show
Thursday 06:30am - 09:00am The Good Morning Show
Friday 06:30am - 09:00am The Good Morning Show


Journey with Brotha Shack and Mama Fiyah EVERY Saturday at 5pm CST for The True Love Movement Hour, as we dive fearlessly into the origins of community challenges that are deeply rooted in the collective Black consciousness of New Orleans and beyond. With our listeners, we examine the manifestations of what continues to keep us divided, and this conversation brings us to discover together holistic ways for Black People to do the work of developing the mutually satisfying community we deserve. Together we "Rise Up Right Now" and move authentically to demonstrate the truest expression of love. We honor our own reflections, bringing you a radio show Black People can participate in, learn from and be proud of. Together we shine!
On-Air Schedule
Saturday 05:00pm - 06:00pm True Love Movement


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Tuesday 01:30pm - 02:00pm Wellness Issues

Jermal Greenberry

Bro. Petah

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Monday 12:30pm - 01:00pm Community Bulletin Board

Chris B.


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Sunday 06:00pm - 12:00am Rhythmic Radio

Eileen Carter

The Good Life Radio Show creates a legendary lifestyle, has more fun, cultivates higher-levels of freedom and touches more lives. Through her radio show, Eileen opens a vein to the possibility of living differently in the world. She recently hosted The Turn The Lights On Tour on its New Orleans stop during Essence Music Festival featuring Grammy award winning singer, song writer and producer Rico Love and Rob Hill Sr., a world renowned relationship author and motivational speaker. Her life story, uniquely poises her to deliver a woman’s point of view where she turns the lights on in her own life. She has opened her heart, embraced her spirituality and grown to love the skin she is in – The Good Life.

Eileen has worked for the Louisiana Minority Enterprise Center through the Department of Commerce as their agent for Access to Markets. She provided clients with the technical assistance, access to capital, contract opportunities and new markets that they needed to create new jobs and growth. Eileen also handled Business Outreach for the Louisiana Minority Supplier Development Council. LAMSDC was formed to assist major corporations in developing, enhancing and expanding minority vendor programs by integrating minority business enterprises (MBEs) into the corporate purchasing mainstream. Eileen nurtured relationships between buyers and sellers that increased the number of minority firms actively engaged in the corporate supply chain. Her main objective was to execute the Council's aggressive outreach programs, which helped to identify and certify minority suppliers as well as acquaint them with representatives of the corporate purchasing community.
On-Air Schedule
Monday 11:00am - 12:00pm The Good Life
Tuesday 11:00am - 12:00pm The Good Life
Wednesday 11:00am - 12:00pm The Good Life
Thursday 11:00am - 12:00pm The Good Life
Friday 11:00am - 12:00pm The Good Life

Leatrice Hollis

On-Air Schedule
Tuesday 02:00pm - 03:00pm Better Living

Chuck Perkins

Chuck Perkins is from New Orleans and a spoken word artist. In some ways he is the spiritual offspring of Gil Scott Heron - articulate, intelligent, political, angry, funny, both engaged and enraged with the black community, aware of his community's history, of past and present oppressions, compassionate towards the youth but despairing too. And to back his words he employs a savvy band of local musicians who bring a jazzy street funk not too distant from what Olu Dara conjured up.
He’s performed in cities all over the US and Western Europe. In 2010 he had the privilege of opening for Amiri Baraka at London’s prestigious South Bank Centre and in 2013 he was invited to New York’s Lincoln Center to watch the premiere of “Tradition is a Temple”, Perkins’ poetry was used to narrate the documentary. He also narrated the award winning Louisiana Public Broadcast Documentary “Changing the Tides”. In 2010 he wrote and produced a series of commercials for the New Orleans Hornets NBA franchise, and his most recent CD “A love Song for Nola” is on independent German record label, Trikont.
On-Air Schedule
Monday 09:00am - 11:00am The Conscious Hour
Tuesday 09:00am - 11:00am The Conscious Hour
Wednesday 09:00am - 11:00am The Conscious Hour
Thursday 09:00am - 11:00am The Conscious Hour
Friday 09:00am - 11:00am The Conscious Hour

Big Ramp



On-Air Schedule
Monday 09:00pm - 11:00pm Gospel Caravan
Tuesday 09:00pm - 11:00pm  
Thursday 09:00pm - 11:00pm  
Friday 09:00pm - 11:00pm  

Lee Hardy


Ed Gordon

Dj Black and Mild

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Saturday 07:00pm - 09:00pm Rhythm and Bounce

Ted George

Reuban Deteige

Leroy Douglas & Miss Mingo

Brother Douglas and Miss Mingo are creative artists, experienced educators, published writers, and show producers. This husband and wife team cohosts the reality talk show, "Voices of the Village," every Saturday morning on WBOK 1230 AM. Brother Douglas is vintage New Orleans and Miss Mingo is a north Louisiana native. Both hosts are experienced educators with 20 plus years in secondary education. "Voices of the Village" is a community-oriented show with a mission of inspiring and enlightening. The show fuses music, information, culture, and "real" talk to create a unique brand of talk show.
Miss Mingo's background is in English Language Arts, B.S., Grambling State; M.A., Indiana University (Bloomington). She taught high school in New Orleans at Booker T. Washington, John F. Kennedy, McDonogh 35, and George W. Carver High School; directed and produced theatrical plays, fashion shows, and other school events. After teaching high school and coaching young actors for many years, Miss Mingo embarked upon a career in writing.
Brother Douglas brings to the show a background in art and history with a B.S. from Southern University (Baton Rouge) and a M.A. from Alabama State. He is a seasoned teacher, an experienced businessman, and versatile writer. Some of his works include The Bottom Line (newspaper), I Got the Hook Up (film), God is Good (book), Second Coming: Upscale Hip (book) . Productions by Brother Douglas include No Limit Productions: I Got the Hook Up (1998); Upstream Productions Home Video: "It's All Good," (2004) and "SWAC Attack"(2005);WBOK Talk Show: "From the Other Side: Voices of the Village" (2012).
The show, "Voices of the Village," has been called "informative," " inspirational," and "a breath of fresh air" by listeners.
Check us out!

On-Air Schedule
Saturday 08:30am - 10:00am Voices of the Village

Dr. Littleton

Samantha Beaulieu

Samantha Beaulieu is an actress, writer and radio host, born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana to Cynthia and Paul Beaulieu. Following a brief stint in Los Angeles, Samantha returned home after Hurricane Katrina and has appeared in more than 20 film and television programs, including the 2013 hit heist movie “Now You See Me” starring Morgan Freeman and Michael Cain; HBO’s Treme’; and American Horror Story: Coven, to name a few. Next year, be sure to look for Samantha on the new WGN television series “Underground”, the story of a group of runaway slaves. When she’s not acting, you can catch Samantha hosting “The Samantha Beaulieu Show” every Friday at 2pm (CST) on WBOK 1230 AM, where she highlights what’s happenings in and around the city, including the best of New Orleans entertainment and entertainers.
On-Air Schedule
Friday 03:00pm - 04:00pm The Samantha Beaulieu Show

Dr. Eric Griggs

“Doc Griggs” is the awareness and advocacy persona of Dr. Eric Griggs, a New Orleans based physician and health educator who has dedicated his professional life to increasing health and wellness awareness in the New Orleans community.

Dr. Griggs graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1992 and Tulane University School of Medicine in 1996. He has always held a special place in his heart for the city of New Orleans and has been an active health advocate since graduation. As an active participant in his programs, he has made it his life’s work to educate the community on health and well-being.

Doc Griggs’ mantra is “Get checked. Get fit. Get moving!” His approach transcends race and gender barriers. His ability to speak fluent Spanish allows him to utilize a comprehensive creative approach to engage men, women and children of both English and Spanish speaking heritage.

His efforts as a health educator and health and awareness advocate have been recognized by District 7 Louisiana State Senator David R. Heitmeier in a 2014 Resolution naming Dr. Eric Griggs as a Health and Wellness Ambassador for the State of Louisiana.

Dr. Griggs is an active participant in several organizations that promote positive change in the community. He is the Health and Wellness Chair for 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans and also serves on the 100 Black Men National Health and Wellness Committee. In March of 2014, Dr. Eric Griggs was named Spokesperson for the American Cancer Society- Greater New Orleans and is also a member of their Executive Leadership Council.

While Health and Wellness are near and dear to his heart, Dr. Griggs works closely with youth as well. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Southeast Region of Louisiana Boys & Girls Clubs of America. In addition, he is the Chairman of the Board of Advisors for the Boys & Girls Clubs NFL-YET Center in New Orleans. Dr. Griggs also co-founded and directs the Broadmoor Basketball Association, a basketball program for at-risk youth.

Upon completion of medical school in 1996, Dr. Griggs received the Robert C. Baird Award for overachievement in pursuit of a Medical Degree. In 2013, Dr. Griggs received the “Champion for Change” Award from The Links, Incorporated of New Orleans.

Dr. Griggs appears weekly on Fox 8 WVUE’s Morning Edition as a Health Educator every Thursday morning at 7:30 AM. He also has a weekly radio broadcast every Thursday, “The Doc Griggs Show,” on WBOK 1230AM from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM and makes monthly appearances on the “Good Morning Show” with Oliver Thomas. Dr. Griggs is also currently the contributing medical writer for Data News Weekly, a local community paper.
On-Air Schedule
Thursday 01:00pm - 02:00pm Dr. Griggs Show

Renard Boissiere

On-Air Schedule
Sunday 10:00am - 11:00am Pillar of Strength

Leroy Jones Jr.(@PoliticalJones)

Viola Washington

Viola F. Washington is a longtime community organizer and advocate for the poor. Mrs. Washington is the executive director of the Welfare Rights Organization, Chairperson, Road Home Action Network Team (RHANT), a Licensed Therapeutic Counselor, a Black History Scholar, and also host a live television and radio reality talk show REALITY CHECK.
Her favorite bible scripture is Ephesians 6:12
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

The REALITY CHECK radio show airs every Friday morning at 10am with your host, Viola Washington, and Cohost, Andrew Rhodes. REALITY CHECK is a live radio talk show that is a voice for the community. REALITY CHECK focuses on issues of injustice to all God’s people.
On-Air Schedule
Thursday 12:30pm - 01:00pm Reality Check

Mary Ambrose

On-Air Schedule
Wednesday 03:30pm - 04:00pm United Way and You

Pastor Patin

On-Air Schedule
Thursday 05:00am - 06:30am Rise and Shine Radio
Thursday 02:00pm - 02:30pm Change Your Water

Dr. Gary Clark

Dr. Gary M. Clark is a political analyst, strategist, and commentator. He is Dillard University's Founding Director, Center for Law and Public Interest. He is also a Barron Hilton Endowed Professor in Political Science, and Revius O. Ortique, Jr., Endowed Chair in Politics and Social Thought at Dillard University. Dr. Clark believes the best electorate - - - is an informed electorate.

An avid supporter of global civic engagement, he is Executive Producer and Host of the cable television program, Dr. Clark Reports, and radio show, Dr. Clark 101: The Living Classroom. Both shows are broadcast weekly in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Dr. Clark's radio broadcast centers on a variety of issues that include: Public Interest, current events, trending topics, electoral politics, immigration, guns, social justice, education/instruction, arts/culture, sports, advocacy, policy and global civic engagement.
On-Air Schedule
Wednesday 01:00pm - 02:00pm Dr. Clark 101

Rev. Skip Alexander

Ro Brown

Romalice Joseph Brown was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and was educated in Orleans Parish Public Schools. He attended McCarty and Hardin elementary Schools, Lawless Junior High School and Carver and Kennedy Senior High Schools.
He spent four years in the United States Navy as a hospital corpsman. And attended Southern University in New Orleans and Loyola University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications.

He has been a sports journalist for 39 years, having worked at WDSU-TV in New Orleans and KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, Louisiana.Mr. Brown was Director of Community and Governmental Relations for the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation and currently works in the University of New Orleans Athletic Department. He is also currently sports director at WBOK-AM in New Orleans and host a weekly sports show called “Sport-A Facts.” In 2012, Mr. Brown was honored by the National Association of Black Journalists with the Sam Lacy Pioneer Award, presented to someone who has made great strides in journalism while making a positive impact in the community.
On-Air Schedule
Friday 02:00pm - 03:00pm Sport-a-Facts

Jeanne Nathan

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Wednesday 02:00pm - 03:00pm Crosstown Conversations

Al Sharpton

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Monday 06:00pm - 09:00pm Gospel Caravan
Tuesday 06:00pm - 09:00pm  
Wednesday 06:30pm - 09:30pm  
Thursday 06:00pm - 09:00pm  
Friday 06:00pm - 09:00pm  

Dr. Raynard Sanders

Ed Marshall

On-Air Schedule
Monday 01:00pm - 02:00pm Money Talk with Ed Marshall

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