There Is A Season with Bob and Gloria

Published: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 @ 11:23 AM
Updated: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 @ 11:21 AM

There Is A Season with Bob and Gloria

Listen to There Is A Season Show every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on AM1290 and News 95.7FM WHIO.

There is a Season was designed to serve as an information resource and network for individuals concerned about planning for life changes, aging and the care of their families. Among our topic "categories" are:

Health, Medicine and Wellness

Financial, Legal and Insurance Issues

Property and Residential Considerations

Building Better Family Relationships

Personal, Lifelong Enrichment & "Becoming"

The There is a Season Radio Show was the first element in this resource "family," followed by this web site. In the near future, we hope to expand the There is a Season platform with additional tools, partner experts, seminars, publications, multi-media and other services and products that help individuals and families live fuller, richer lives, less encumbered by last-minute crises, misunderstanding, and heartache. We appreciate your support as we all figure out how we change, how we age, and how we care for one another. Thank you.

Bob Wolfe, Host/Executive Producer

Bob is a longtime research, marketing and media professional who has made Ohio is home for over 30 years. He has conducted hundreds of interviews and in-depth research with individuals and families, business and consumer clients, and celebrities from Congressman Mike Turner to musician John Legend. He has also worked with dozens of healthcare, technology, government, education and non-profit organizations, translating their business goals into successful, award-winning campaigns. His passion for bringing light to the challenges of change, aging and care that affect families goes back years. His work in media and particularly in radio led him to comment:

"With all that is discussed in talk radio these days - politics, sports, money, home improvement, gardening, cooking - why are we not also talking about some of the biggest, thorniest issues facing our families and society today? We're getting older and living longer. Many are starting families later, and the role and impact of the traditional family has changed. What will we do with the latter decades of our lives? What legacy will we leave our children? Can we prepare better? Are we properly focused on relationships and caring? These are the things Gloria and I have talked about in our own families and with each other. We just figured that moving our "kitchen conversations" to the airwaves made sense. I hope our listeners agree."

Gloria Shanahan, Co-Host and Researcher Director

Gloria is a native Midwesterner who has also made Ohio her home for many years. Having survived a terrible car accident years ago and more recently, having beaten cancer, she knows only too well how precious each day of life is. Trained in special education and serving for years as a caregiver, Gloria has always sought to infuse a combination of tenderness, friendship and inspiration into her work and personal relationships. Having seen her own family and her friend's families wrestle with a variety of change, aging and care issues, she also passionately believes there is much we can share with each other- and much we can learn- in dealing with some of life's most pressing challenges:

"Doing There is a Season was simultaneously foreign and familiar to me at first. I had not worked in radio, but as my friends will tell you, I've never been short of words. When Bob and I realized we were talking about a lot of the same kinds of things...when similar topics kept cropping up in conversations within our respective families and all around us...we realized that it was time to explore having a more public conversation about change, aging and how we're caring for each other. Every day I'm convinced others want to join this conversation, too."

The Clark Howard Show

Published: Monday, February 20, 2017 @ 2:09 PM

The Clark Howard Show
  • Clark Howard
  • Dayton's Consumer Warrior
  • Weeknights 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. | Saturdays 8 p.m. to Midnight | Sundays 7 p.m. - Midnight
  • Call Clark: 1-877-872-5275     

Clark Howard is fast-becoming America's #1 consumer expert due to his nationally syndicated radio program. He is extremely knowledgeable and people trust his advice.


Providing help and encouragement to embattled consumers is a way of life for WHIO's Radio Pocket Protector, Clark Howard. Howard has carved out a formidable following as the foremost authority on all things economic.


In 1993, Clark opened the Consumer Action Center, a fully staffed service that answers consumers' questions located in Atlanta, Georgia. His all-volunteer staff researches raw deals and rip-offs and offers the scoop on saving money.


Listen to Clark weeknights from 6 P.M. - 8 P.M., Saturday 8 P.M. to Midnight, and Sundays 7 P.M. to Midnight on AM 1290 and News 95.7 FM News Talk Radio WHIO.


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The Kim Komando Show

Published: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 1:33 PM

The Kim Komando Show

Glenn Beck

Published: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 11:31 AM

Glenn Beck
  • Saturdays 5 P.M. to 8 P.M.
  • Call Glenn at 1-888-727-BECK (2325)
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Glenn Beck is one of America's leading radio and television personalities. His quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality have made The Glenn Beck Program the third highest rated radio program in America. His unique blend of modern-day storytelling and insightful views on current events allowed him to achieve the extraordinary feat of having #1 New York Times bestsellers in both fiction and non-fiction. Beck is also the star of a live stage show, the publisher of Fusion Magazine and the editor of


While Beck entered the media world as a DJ at the tender age of 13, everything changed when he found a new vision of his career – talk radio. In 2002, he launched The Glenn Beck Program on just 47 stations with the mission to make listeners "feel goodness from my show and accept me for who I am, flaws and all." Nothing has been the same since Today, just a few years later, his radio show can be heard across the country on over 400 stations, his books reach the top of bestseller lists and he travels across the country performing his live stage show to sold-out audiences. Beck connects with his fans in a whole new way, inspiring and entertaining them with his humor, hard-hitting interviews and honest tales about his life.


Beck's radio show, The Glenn Beck Program, is syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks and is the third highest-rated national radio talk show among adults ages 25 to 54. Beck was the recipient of the 2008 Marconi Award for Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year from the National Association of Broadcasters.


Beck is the author of three New York Times Bestsellers. When his most recent book, The Christmas Sweater, debuted at #1 on the fiction list, Beck became one of a handful of authors to write books that reached #1 on both the fiction and non-fiction NYT lists. His previous title, An Inconvenient Book, was a #1 non-fiction bestseller and went through a remarkable nine printings.


Twice a year, Beck travels across the country on a live stage tour and has attracted over 100,000 fans in nearly 40 different markets. His web site,, receives millions of visitors a month.


Beck began his career in radio at the age of 13 in Seattle, and grew up in nearby Mount Vernon. After graduating high school, Beck landed jobs as a Top 40 DJ at stations across the country, from Baltimore and Houston, to Phoenix and New Haven, CT.


But at the age of 30, Beck lost his passion for radio - and everything else - as he was consumed by alcoholism and drug addiction. Coming to terms with his past and staying sober shifted his life direction. He found new love (his second wife, Tania) and religion (he was baptized Mormon) and decided he would pursue a career in talk radio.


Soon after, Beck received a call from an agent interested in representing him. Days later, he had an offer to host his own talk radio show in Tampa, Florida. Beck inherited the 18th placed position and took it to the #1 position in his first year, giving the station its highest ratings ever.


Within 18 months, Premiere Radio Networks, offered Glenn the opportunity to go national. In January 2002, The Glenn Beck Program debuted on 47 stations. Only a few years later, the show is now heard on over 350 stations.


Beck's production company, Mercury Radio Arts, produces or co-produces his radio, live events, publishing and digital media projects. Founded in 2002, Mercury has a full time staff of 20 employees and is based in Dallas, TX. Glenn is married with four kids and resides in Connecticut.


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Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Published: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 11:20 AM

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
  • Weeknights 1 a.m. - 5 a.m.
  • Weekends 12 a.m. - 5 a.m.
  • Call The Show at 1-800-825-5033
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It became official on January 1, 2003. George Noory took over the reins from retiring Art Bell to become the host of America's most fascinating overnight radio program. Looking back on George's life and his passion for all things unexplained, it seems almost fated that he would fulfill this unique role.

While still a teenager, George joined NICAP, the UFO organization that was a precursor to today's MUFON. George immersed himself in the field, "so much so that I decided I wanted to go into broadcasting in order to do unusual stories in the paranormal and stories that the mainstream media didn't want to touch," he told After Dark. Indeed, George's very first broadcast interview, while a young radio reporter, was with Roswell expert/physicist Stanton Friedman, with whom he has maintained a lifelong friendship.

Now with a 30-year history in the broadcasting field under his belt in such positions as executive television news producer and news director, George brings a wide swath of experience to the table. In fact, at age 28 he was the youngest major news market news director in the country. But it was just a couple of years ago that he came to the attention of Premiere Radio Networks, who heard him on his late-night radio program in St. Louis. Known as "the Nighthawk," George's penchant for covering paranormal topics with enthusiasm and skill impressed Premiere. He was then brought on board to host the Sunday night Coast to Coast show. And as Art's back problems became more severe, George was honored to fill in for him on a regular basis.

"Coast to Coast AM may just be the most unusual show I have ever witnessed or been a part of. You really almost have to be born into that arena, I think, in order to handle it. I was very lucky in that's the way I was guiding my own career. It was this thirst to really get to the bottom of some of these stories that kept pushing me," George said.

Other highlights of George's life include serving nine years in the U.S. Naval Reserve and winning three Emmy Awards as a news executive. But certainly manning the helms of Coast to Coast AM is a pinnacle for George, allowing him to pursue the unexplained on a grand scale. It's become his destiny to guide the huge audience from more than 500 radio stations through the night in this dynamic format created by Art Bell. Across America, and around the world on the Internet, George Noory's voice rings out.

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