On-Air Shows

The Scott Miller Show

The Scott Miller Show

“The Scott Miller Show” Raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Scott Miller started in radio at 12 years old with legendary Chicago radio DJ Dick Biondi. Miller is a proud graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Prior to WJBC Scott has worked at a variety of stations including: WGN and Oprah Radio during his…MORE

Fish Martin

You never know what you are going to get with FISH! Described as “quirky” and “off-the-wall,” Fish Martin has been heating up radio control rooms for 40 years. From News/Talk to Rock and Country…the Fish has led a blessed life! He loves to talk to people from all walks of life and has had some…MORE

Wendell P

Wendell P

Wendell P. Haywood   I am one of the newest voices to WJBC.  Although I joined the broadcast crew in April 2018, radio has been a jump back to a dream come true.     Born and raised in Washington, D.C., I worked in several jobs including as a technician/park ranger with the White House tour program. …MORE

When Radio Was

When Radio Was

When Radio Was is Radio Spirits’ nationally syndicated radio program which is hosted by old-time radio expert Greg Bell. Tune in today and enjoy the best of old-time radio!MORE

Chris Plante

Chris Plante

THERE’S ONLY ONE, CHRIS PLANTE The Chris Plante Show – live from Washington DC – offers you the inside word on the day’s top news stories with razor-sharp insight AND a unique sense of humor. Chris is a recovering member of the Washington media, having spent 17 years covering Breaking News, the Pentagon and National…MORE

Blogs

WJBC Voices: Celebrating local workers

By Mike Matejka Labor Day is perhaps the most mis-understood holiday in the nation’s calendar.  Traditionally viewed as a summer’s end celebration, its real roots are in worker protest, trying to claim and celebrate their role in society. In Bloomington, local unions organize and march together, along with community groups and aspiring politicians, in Monday’s…

WJBC Voices: Staycations

As the days of summer wane, you might be looking for at least one more experience, perhaps even a “bucket list” item to do.