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Tuesday 12:00 am

America Tonight

Tuesday 4:00 am

Free Talk Live

Tuesday 5:30 am

Turning Point

Tuesday 6:00 am

Free Talk Live

Tuesday 6:30 am

Turning Point

Tuesday 7:00 am

Ringside Politics

Tuesday 11:00 am

Real Talk with Revolution

Tuesday 12:00 pm

Alex Jones

Tuesday 1:00 pm

The Big John Mason Show


Weekly schedule


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America Tonight

12:00amMonday

12:00amMonday

Kate Delaney hosts America Tonight, which airs weeknights on WGSO 990 AM and on Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

4:00amMonday

4:00amMonday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amMonday

5:30amMonday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amMonday

6:00amMonday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

6:30amMonday

6:30amMonday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Ringside Politics

7:00amMonday

7:00amMonday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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11:00amMonday

Effie Chaisson hosts Real Talk with Revolution, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Alex Jones

12:00pmMonday

12:00pmMonday

Internationally recognized veteran broadcaster, documentary filmmaker, and investigative journalist Alex Jones was named yet again, in the "Top 100 Most [...]

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1:00pmMonday

John Mason hosts The Big John Mason Show, which airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on several affiliate stations and on the Internet at WGSO.com.

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The Food Show

2:00pmMonday

2:00pmMonday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

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4:00pmMonday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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He Said, She Said

5:00pmMonday

5:00pmMonday

Mimi Owens & Jeff Crouere host He Said, She Said which airs Mondays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Something to Say

6:00pmMonday

6:00pmMonday

The Something to Say Radio Show is on weekday's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Hosted by B.J. Rust, originally from the St. Louis area, B.J. moved to New Orleans in October of 2016 because of his love of the city of New Orleans. After three days of living in New Orleans B.J. met his friend & show's co-host, Mike Hynson.  These two bring an entertaining & independent approach to pointing out what's happening in the news. Whether it's sports, politics, local events or music, no subject is off limits! A little about B.J, he attended Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey, IL for Radio Broadcasting. A former singer & lyricist in Rock and Punk bands, B.J. brings that passion of music to the show. B.J. also loves talking sports, especially his favorite teams, The Saints, Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues. Mike is a graduate of LSU and recently received a Master's Degree from University of New Orleans.  If there was ever living proof of being "A Tiger on Saturday and a Saint on Sunday", it's Mike. Born in New Orleans and raised in both New Orleans & Lafayette, Mike loves all things Louisiana.

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The Beat Exchange

7:00pmMonday

7:00pmMonday

Barbara Hoover The Beat Exchange, which airs Mondays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

8:00pmMonday

8:00pmMonday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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The Mark Levin Show

9:00pmMonday

9:00pmMonday

Mark Levin hosts The Mark Levin Show, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com[...]

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America Tonight

12:00amTuesday

Current show

12:00amTuesday

Kate Delaney hosts America Tonight, which airs weeknights on WGSO 990 AM and on Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

4:00amTuesday

4:00amTuesday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amTuesday

5:30amTuesday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amTuesday

6:00amTuesday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

6:30amTuesday

6:30amTuesday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

Learn more

Ringside Politics

7:00amTuesday

7:00amTuesday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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Real Talk with Revolution

11:00amTuesday

11:00amTuesday

Effie Chaisson hosts Real Talk with Revolution, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Alex Jones

12:00pmTuesday

12:00pmTuesday

Internationally recognized veteran broadcaster, documentary filmmaker, and investigative journalist Alex Jones was named yet again, in the "Top 100 Most [...]

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The Big John Mason Show

1:00pmTuesday

1:00pmTuesday

John Mason hosts The Big John Mason Show, which airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on several affiliate stations and on the Internet at WGSO.com.

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The Food Show

2:00pmTuesday

2:00pmTuesday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

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Dine, Wine, and Spirits

4:00pmTuesday

4:00pmTuesday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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5:00pmTuesday

William Wallis hosts William Wallis for America, which airs Tuesdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Something to Say

6:00pmTuesday

6:00pmTuesday

The Something to Say Radio Show is on weekday's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Hosted by B.J. Rust, originally from the St. Louis area, B.J. moved to New Orleans in October of 2016 because of his love of the city of New Orleans. After three days of living in New Orleans B.J. met his friend & show's co-host, Mike Hynson.  These two bring an entertaining & independent approach to pointing out what's happening in the news. Whether it's sports, politics, local events or music, no subject is off limits! A little about B.J, he attended Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey, IL for Radio Broadcasting. A former singer & lyricist in Rock and Punk bands, B.J. brings that passion of music to the show. B.J. also loves talking sports, especially his favorite teams, The Saints, Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues. Mike is a graduate of LSU and recently received a Master's Degree from University of New Orleans.  If there was ever living proof of being "A Tiger on Saturday and a Saint on Sunday", it's Mike. Born in New Orleans and raised in both New Orleans & Lafayette, Mike loves all things Louisiana.

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NOLA Town Bible Study

7:00pmTuesday

7:00pmTuesday

Roland Cresson hosts NOLA Town Bible Study, which airs Tuesdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com.

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Christ Church Cathedral

8:00pmTuesday

8:00pmTuesday

Since 1805, this congregation has been a leading Christian presence in the City of New Orleans. We seek to know Christ and make him known in Liturgy, Music, Formation, Fellowship and Service. For more info, visit cccnola.org.

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The Mark Levin Show

9:00pmTuesday

9:00pmTuesday

Mark Levin hosts The Mark Levin Show, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com[...]

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America Tonight

12:00amWednesday

12:00amWednesday

Kate Delaney hosts America Tonight, which airs weeknights on WGSO 990 AM and on Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

4:00amWednesday

4:00amWednesday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amWednesday

5:30amWednesday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amWednesday

6:00amWednesday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

6:30amWednesday

6:30amWednesday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

Learn more

Ringside Politics

7:00amWednesday

7:00amWednesday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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Real Talk with Revolution

11:00amWednesday

11:00amWednesday

Effie Chaisson hosts Real Talk with Revolution, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Alex Jones

12:00pmWednesday

12:00pmWednesday

Internationally recognized veteran broadcaster, documentary filmmaker, and investigative journalist Alex Jones was named yet again, in the "Top 100 Most [...]

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The Big John Mason Show

1:00pmWednesday

1:00pmWednesday

John Mason hosts The Big John Mason Show, which airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on several affiliate stations and on the Internet at WGSO.com.

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The Food Show

2:00pmWednesday

2:00pmWednesday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

Learn more

Dine, Wine, and Spirits

4:00pmWednesday

4:00pmWednesday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

Learn more

Slow Money

5:00pmWednesday

5:00pmWednesday

Jean Paul Lagarde hosts Slow Money, which airs Wednesdays on WGSO 990 AM on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Something to Say

6:00pmWednesday

6:00pmWednesday

The Something to Say Radio Show is on weekday's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Hosted by B.J. Rust, originally from the St. Louis area, B.J. moved to New Orleans in October of 2016 because of his love of the city of New Orleans. After three days of living in New Orleans B.J. met his friend & show's co-host, Mike Hynson.  These two bring an entertaining & independent approach to pointing out what's happening in the news. Whether it's sports, politics, local events or music, no subject is off limits! A little about B.J, he attended Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey, IL for Radio Broadcasting. A former singer & lyricist in Rock and Punk bands, B.J. brings that passion of music to the show. B.J. also loves talking sports, especially his favorite teams, The Saints, Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues. Mike is a graduate of LSU and recently received a Master's Degree from University of New Orleans.  If there was ever living proof of being "A Tiger on Saturday and a Saint on Sunday", it's Mike. Born in New Orleans and raised in both New Orleans & Lafayette, Mike loves all things Louisiana.

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Maritime Matters

7:00pmWednesday

7:00pmWednesday

WGSO will begin streaming Maritime Matters Wednesdays from 7pm-8pm CST! Eric is a Veteran Cable TV, Radio, and Podcast Host having carried on hundreds and hundreds of Guest Interviews as well and bringing his knowledge and take on what is going on in American today, and around the world.  Eric is a U.S. Veteran and former Naval Officer, and a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point.  Eric as a former Naval Officer was trained and Commissioned by the Navy and embedded in the American Flag United States Merchant Marine. An important civil defense and National Security Program that has been under attack for decades now. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt who dedicated Kings Point on September 30, 1943, noted that, "the Academy serves the Merchant Marine as West Point serves the Army and Annapolis the Navy." The Department of the Navy, or Naval Sciences runs the Academy.  [ https://www.usmma.edu/about/usmma-history ] and [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Merchant_Marine_Academy]. Eric brings a wealth of hard earned knowledge about all Maritime Matters [hence the name of the show] to your ears every Wednesday as Broadcast Live on WGSO AM Radio 990 out of New Orleans, Louisiana, and the video capture can be streamed off the internet. Eric talks about the importance of our Nation as a Maritime Power including American Shipyards, American Flag Shipping, the U.S. Merchant Marine, our Ports and waterways, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Uniform Code of Military Justice or UCMJ and its "Uniform" nature, and other topics from the Separation of Powers Doctrine, Plato's "The Republic", the Allegory of the Cave, Montesquieu and his tome named "Spirit of the Law",  our "Founder's" and Jefferson's Democratic - Republican party [when the two were one in the same], and much, much more.  Listen in and support the show and Eric's efforts to get to you the truth on many things you may not have thought enough about but need to.  One of Eric's former programs known as "In The Zone" was heard on Genessis Communications Network, or GCN, and on Republic Broadcasting Network, or RBN, and seen on Time Warner on Cable TV.  If you can still find these show on You Tube they are worth a listen to and date back to the turn of the century.

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Let Freedom Ring

8:00pmWednesday

8:00pmWednesday

“You have to follow your passion.” As Bill Juneau, host of “Let Freedom Ring!” puts it: “My passion for finding my soul mate led me to my beautiful bride of 14 years, my passion for food led me to too many buffets, & my passion for America led me to WGSO.” A 1991 graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux with a B.A. in Mass Communications, Bill is also a proud South Louisiana resident. Bill started on the radio at Nicholls’ campus radio station, KNSU, sometimes spending more time at the radio station than in class. After 5 years as a newspaper editor, Bill ventured into construction, but his passion for radio never waned. Bill is a lifetime Conservative, has family members in active military & retired veterans, is a fiercely proud American & unapologetic Deplorable. “Let Freedom Ring!” is a show for everyone of all ages & political backgrounds, & Bill encourages callers from anyone, as long as they are passionate!

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The Mark Levin Show

9:00pmWednesday

9:00pmWednesday

Mark Levin hosts The Mark Levin Show, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com[...]

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America Tonight

12:00amThursday

12:00amThursday

Kate Delaney hosts America Tonight, which airs weeknights on WGSO 990 AM and on Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

4:00amThursday

4:00amThursday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amThursday

5:30amThursday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amThursday

6:00amThursday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

6:30amThursday

6:30amThursday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

Learn more

Ringside Politics

7:00amThursday

7:00amThursday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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Real Talk with Revolution

11:00amThursday

11:00amThursday

Effie Chaisson hosts Real Talk with Revolution, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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What’s Your Passion

12:00pmThursday

12:00pmThursday

WGSO will begin streaming What's Your Passion on Thursdays from 12pm-1pm CST! Clay Cangelosi  is one of the  founders and CEO of What's Your Passion Agency WYP in Metairie, La. Clay has been a successful business owner for over 20 years and in the Entertainment Industry for over 20 years which he sings, acts, does a funny stand up routine and has performed all over the US in plays and  movies. Clay has had many featured rolls in movies like Elvis the Mini Series, and Faith of My Fathers. Clay just recently left Liberty or Lockdown to take the gig for his new talk show called Whats Your Passion Live, which airs on WGSO990am every Thursday From 12-1pm CST and on the WYP Podcasting Network. Clay also wrote a book called the Truth about Network Marketing The Book your Broke Boss Does not Want You to Read. Clay's Passion is to Help People Grow By Promoting their passion   through Podcast  and the What's your Passion Agency.

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In the Red Zone

1:00pmThursday

1:00pmThursday

Mitch Gibbs hosts In the Red Zone, which airs after every New Orleans Saints game on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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The Food Show

2:00pmThursday

2:00pmThursday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

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Dine, Wine, and Spirits

4:00pmThursday

4:00pmThursday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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Liberty or Lockdown

5:00pmThursday

5:00pmThursday

Huck and Clay host Liberty or Lockdown, which airs Thursdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Something to Say

6:00pmThursday

6:00pmThursday

The Something to Say Radio Show is on weekday's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Hosted by B.J. Rust, originally from the St. Louis area, B.J. moved to New Orleans in October of 2016 because of his love of the city of New Orleans. After three days of living in New Orleans B.J. met his friend & show's co-host, Mike Hynson.  These two bring an entertaining & independent approach to pointing out what's happening in the news. Whether it's sports, politics, local events or music, no subject is off limits! A little about B.J, he attended Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey, IL for Radio Broadcasting. A former singer & lyricist in Rock and Punk bands, B.J. brings that passion of music to the show. B.J. also loves talking sports, especially his favorite teams, The Saints, Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues. Mike is a graduate of LSU and recently received a Master's Degree from University of New Orleans.  If there was ever living proof of being "A Tiger on Saturday and a Saint on Sunday", it's Mike. Born in New Orleans and raised in both New Orleans & Lafayette, Mike loves all things Louisiana.

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Roz on the Rocks

7:00pmThursday

7:00pmThursday

Rosalind (Roz) Caire Murr comes from deep Southern roots, as for generations, the Caire family has owned and managed Caire & Graugnard Sugar along the Mississippi River. Through her father who worked in real estate for a time to raise his family of six daughters, Rosalind was raised viewing properties all over south Louisiana. This undoubtedly spurred her love of real estate. After gaining a BA in Journalism with a business minor, Rosalind worked as news reporter for KHOM-FM and News Director of KTIB-AM radio and hosted her own daily talk show. This led her to a Public Relations career at Entergy, where she orchestrated many public events. She was a training facilitator, Business Office Advisor, and Executive Speech Writer. While working as a liaison with the New Orleans Council on Aging, as the Helping Hands Fuel Fund Administrator, working to assist the seniors of New Orleans to provide electrical utility financial assistance. During this time, she began to acquire and manage investment rental properties. With 30 years experience of buying, owning, and managing many properties and tenants, Rosalind has an extensive knowledge in this specialty. Currently, Rosalind is embarking on her own show, ‘Roz on the Rocks’ after being a weekly co-host on Real Talk with Revolution, the daily WGSO talk show on real estate. Now she is featured on social media & in Tchefuncte Living magazine in “Mixology with Roz” as a contributing writer. As a lifelong Greater New Orleans area local, there is rarely a week without celebrations with family & friends. Rosalind’s large extended family promotes many festivities and is a vital part of her life. Mixology is not only a creative outlet for her, it also enhances her family celebrations with a festive flair! Rosalind has lived on both shores of Lake Pontchartrain and is passionate about guiding her clients through the process of finding their next home or investment property. Rosalind Caire Murr, Realtor, Latter & Blum (504)473-8337   WGSO will begin streaming Roz on the Rocks on Thursdays from 7pm-8pm CST!

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Free Talk Live

8:00pmThursday

8:00pmThursday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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The Mark Levin Show

9:00pmThursday

9:00pmThursday

Mark Levin hosts The Mark Levin Show, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com[...]

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America Tonight

12:00amFriday

12:00amFriday

Kate Delaney hosts America Tonight, which airs weeknights on WGSO 990 AM and on Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

4:00amFriday

4:00amFriday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amFriday

5:30amFriday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amFriday

6:00amFriday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

6:30amFriday

6:30amFriday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Ringside Politics

7:00amFriday

7:00amFriday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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11:00amFriday

Effie Chaisson hosts Real Talk with Revolution, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Alex Jones

12:00pmFriday

12:00pmFriday

Internationally recognized veteran broadcaster, documentary filmmaker, and investigative journalist Alex Jones was named yet again, in the "Top 100 Most [...]

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The Food Show

2:00pmFriday

2:00pmFriday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

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4:00pmFriday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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5:00pmFriday

Tracy and Barbara Napolitano host It's Always Better with Bourbon, which airs Fridays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Something to Say

6:00pmFriday

6:00pmFriday

The Something to Say Radio Show is on weekday's from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Hosted by B.J. Rust, originally from the St. Louis area, B.J. moved to New Orleans in October of 2016 because of his love of the city of New Orleans. After three days of living in New Orleans B.J. met his friend & show's co-host, Mike Hynson.  These two bring an entertaining & independent approach to pointing out what's happening in the news. Whether it's sports, politics, local events or music, no subject is off limits! A little about B.J, he attended Lewis & Clark College in Godfrey, IL for Radio Broadcasting. A former singer & lyricist in Rock and Punk bands, B.J. brings that passion of music to the show. B.J. also loves talking sports, especially his favorite teams, The Saints, Pelicans, St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues. Mike is a graduate of LSU and recently received a Master's Degree from University of New Orleans.  If there was ever living proof of being "A Tiger on Saturday and a Saint on Sunday", it's Mike. Born in New Orleans and raised in both New Orleans & Lafayette, Mike loves all things Louisiana.

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The NOLADrinks Show

7:00pmFriday

7:00pmFriday

Cheers! I am Bryan Dias… I am the host and executive producer of The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias. Join us as we explore the world of drink, food, and culture in New Orleans and beyond! Each week, we present news and discussion on a variety of issues connected to the food and drink scene, the hospitality and music industries, and more. Whether recorded on-location, in and around the New Orleans area, or chatting with folks from around the world, we bring you exciting guests, events, and subjects. With our in-depth interviews and features on themes ranging from seasonal drinks to social issues, we cover a unique array of topics and conversations from the culinary, beverage, and cultural landscape. We present a perspective that is inspired locally but takes a world view. We’re a multi-platform radio show, podcast, website, and social media project bringing you information, news, events, social issues, and more connected to drink, food, and culture! The NOLADrinks Show can be found on podcast and locally in NOLA on radio. Catch “Another Shot with NOLADrinks,” available only on the podcast version featuring extended interviews and exclusive content weekly, as well! Use #NOLADrinks on social media to connect with us. You can catch the show on WGSO 990 AM from 7-8 pm on Fridays with an encore broadcast Sundays from 7-8 pm in New Orleans or get the podcast each week on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn Radio, Deezer, Pandora, Nitty Grits Podcast Network, or on our website at NOLADrinks.com. Cheers, You All!

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Free Talk Live

8:00pmFriday

8:00pmFriday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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The Mark Levin Show

9:00pmFriday

9:00pmFriday

Mark Levin hosts The Mark Levin Show, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com[...]

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Classic Radio Theater

12:00amSaturday

12:00amSaturday

Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of old radio classics back to life with the passion of a longtime -- as in more than half a century -- fan. We're talking about shows like Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Suspense, Gunsmoke, Fibber McGee and Molly, X Minus One, and many more that decades later still create great entertaining theater of the mind. Classic Radio Theater is keeping America's love affair with classic radio alive! But more than just "playing the hits", Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.

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Free Talk Live

3:00amSaturday

3:00amSaturday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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9:00amSaturday

When we are young, the entertainment we experience becomes the background kaleidoscope of our lives and forms our ideas about the fun life can be. As we mature, so does our taste in what we watch and listen to. Even so, we are always building upon this foundation of our youth. ​ In many ways, this enjoyment gives way to the responsibility of marriage, family and careers. The memories of our formative years are boxed up and stored in the attic of our minds. We believe that it's time to climb that attic ladder, retrieve those dusty boxes and experience the laughter and joy of our past once again. ​ Everything Old is New Again is a unique radio show that revisits entertainment and pop culture of yesterday, juxtaposed to today.

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Ask A Louisiana Lawyer

10:00amSaturday

10:00amSaturday

WGSO will begin streaming Ask A Louisiana Lawyer Saturdays from 10am-12pm CST!

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American Ground Radio

12:00pmSaturday

12:00pmSaturday

Hosted by Louis R. Avallone and Stephen Parr, along with “mamas” Teri Netterville and Denise Arthur, American Ground Radio is for anyone who believes there is greatness within each of us – that we can do great things, and that this country can be great again – if we can only focus on what’s working, and how to do more of that, instead of just focusing on what’s broken, and how to fix it. If our country “feels” broken and you feel helpless to do anything about it, but you aren’t ready to become depressed, bitter, or angry, then this is your show.

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Gumbo Hour

1:00pmSaturday

1:00pmSaturday

Terrence Jones –  Terrence “Ta-Ta” Jones was born in New Orleans, Louisiana but was reared in the small town of Lutcher, Louisiana in St. James Parish. Mr. Jones attended Elementary, Junior and Senior High School in Lutcher where he was a 1984 Parade Magazine High School All-American Quarterback and a member of the Louisiana Sports Writers Association High School All State Basketball team. Prior to graduating from Lutcher High in the summer of 1985, Mr. Jones accepted an athletic football scholarship from Tulane University during the 1985 Spring signing period.   Terrence concluded his student status at Tulane University in 1989 after being drafted in the 7th Round by the San Diego Chargers in the 1989 NFL Draft. Mr. Jones then opted for a 5-year career as a Quarterback in the Canadian Football League with stops at Calgary Stampeders, Ottawa Roughriders and the now defunct Shreveport Pirates team from Louisiana. Upon completion of his professional football career, Jones returned to Tulane and completed his undergraduate degree in 1995 with a BS in Sports Administration/Phys. Ed., in addition, he obtained his MA in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix’s Metairie Campus in 2004.   From 2016-2019, Terrence provided color analyst duties for Crescent City Sports high school football format, pre/post New Orleans Saints football game radio commentary on WGSO 990am, pre/post Tulane football commentary as well as targeted color analyst duties for Green Wave football on 1280am and garnered experience as a color analyst for high school football for VSN Louisiana. Also, during this time frame Terrence founded and hosted the Terrence “Louisiana” Jones Gumbo Hour at WGSO 99oam.   With professional employment roles previously from the Business, Government, Higher Learning and High School arenas, Terrence currently is a high school career coach for a collaborative between the National Jobs for America’s Graduate or JAG program and the Louisiana Workforce Commission.   The Show - Terrence “Louisiana” Jones Gumbo Hour As a former high school, college, and professional football player I accepted the obligation of responding to interview questions in real time both during and after games, won or lost.  Upon countless business, community and youth speaking engagements post professional football playing days, the experiences inspired and provided me the confidence to create and be on the other side of the lens, questions, and microphones. The show’s name was birthed from my collegiate football days at Tulane University during the summer of 1988. The Athletic Department decided I was worthy of a Heisman Trophy campaign. Thus, they came up with the name “Louisiana Jones”. It was a theme and play on words from the Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones movies. Huge billboards in and around the Superdome and the New Orleans area was erected leading up to the Fall of 1988. Unfortunately, it was short lived, but I had a lot of fun making the poster with my teammates. I added the “Gumbo” verbiage because it is synonymous with New Orleans and its culture, a little bit of everything. In that spirit, the TLJGH content will consist of topics or I like to say ingredientsfrom the Academic, Alumni, Business, Sports, Workforce and Youth arenas. One of the show’s purpose is to promote positive and thought-provoking dialogue between/with the host, sponsors, guests and listening audience. We will accomplish this with a P.U.S.H (#positiveunlimitedsuccincthabits) and the A.O.B.C (#athleticolivebranchcoalition).

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The Food Show

2:00pmSaturday

2:00pmSaturday

Tom Fitzmorris has been covering the food scene in New Orleans for nearly 50 years. Starting out at the Driftwood newspaper at UNO, his first dining column ran in 1972, and it reviewed The Flambeau Room, operated by Peter Sclafani. A few years later he realized a dream of talking on the radio right here at WGSO. But in 1988 he got a call from Mary Ann Connell, wanting to talk to him about a radio food show. In July of that year The Food Show debuted on WSMB radio, and Mary Ann had a show right after that. Six months later these two married, had two kids, and moved to the country. Mary Ann retired from broadcasting and Tom did nearly 32 years of The Food Show on WSMB amid all the various changes of formats and call letters that followed. In April of 2019 another of Tom’s dreams was realized when Mary Ann joined the show as co-host. A year later the show moved back to AM radio right here on WGSO. Visit their website nomenu.com and Instagram page, @theneworleansmenu. Tom has written a number of books, most notably Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food, Hungry Town, and The Lost Restaurants of New Orleans, though The Eat Book, celebrating 30 years of publication, remains a personal favorite. Mary Ann has her own book, about her passion, family life. It’s called The Suzie Homemaker Chronicles, based on a newspaper column she wrote for eight years. She also has a separate podcast called Emmie The Story Lady, on Spotify and all other platforms.

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Dine, Wine, and Spirits

4:00pmSaturday

4:00pmSaturday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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Dine, Wine, and Spirits

5:00pmSaturday

5:00pmSaturday

Tim McNally has been a member of the WGSO broadcast family since 2001 with a short pause in 2007-8. Tim is a frequent contributor to many regional publications and websites, and make many guest appearances promoting New Orleans dining and drinking as well as relating tales of the history of our hometown. Tim is a noted author and his recent book, The Sazerac, has been published by LSU Press.  

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6:00pmSaturday

Tracy and Barbara Napolitano host It's Always Better with Bourbon, which airs Fridays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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7:00pmSaturday

WGSO will begin streaming past shows from Fridays from the Funky Uncle on Saturdays at 7pm! Fridays from the Funky Uncle is a weekly webcast featuring New Orleans Musicians playing live to raise money for all members of the entertainment community in New Orleans who are in need. The Funky Uncle streams a new show every Friday at 7pm CST through their Facebook, Youtube, and Twitch! So far, Fridays from the Funky Uncle has featured over 60 shows in the past 53 weeks and has raised $301,788.65 through their streams with over 444 helped. 100% of donations have been given to local musicians and gig-workers affected by COVID-19.

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Free Talk Live

9:00pmSaturday

9:00pmSaturday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

9:00pmSaturday

9:00pmSaturday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Classic Radio Theater

12:00amSunday

12:00amSunday

Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of old radio classics back to life with the passion of a longtime -- as in more than half a century -- fan. We're talking about shows like Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Suspense, Gunsmoke, Fibber McGee and Molly, X Minus One, and many more that decades later still create great entertaining theater of the mind. Classic Radio Theater is keeping America's love affair with classic radio alive! But more than just "playing the hits", Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.

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Free Talk Live

3:00amSunday

3:00amSunday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Turning Point

5:30amSunday

5:30amSunday

David Jeremiah hosts Turning, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

6:00amSunday

6:00amSunday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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70’s Deja Vu

7:00amSunday

7:00amSunday

Pat Matthews hosts 70's Deja Vu, which airs Sundays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Christ Church Cathedral

10:00amSunday

10:00amSunday

Since 1805, this congregation has been a leading Christian presence in the City of New Orleans. We seek to know Christ and make him known in Liturgy, Music, Formation, Fellowship and Service. For more info, visit cccnola.org.

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Car Doctors

11:00amSunday

11:00amSunday

Ty Lothringer hosts Car Doctors, which airs Sundays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

12:00pmSunday

12:00pmSunday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Ringside Politics

1:00pmSunday

1:00pmSunday

Since January of 1999, Jeff Crouere (pronounced crew-air) has been a radio talk show host based in New Orleans, LA. His programs are dedicated to examining the top issues of the day on the local, state and national levels. Crouere offers listeners political debate, analysis, and interviews with interesting political leaders and commentators. Crouere is also host of Ringside, a television version of the radio program, which airs on WLAE-TV, Channel 32 in New Orleans. New Orleans area television viewers can also watch Crouere on WGNO ABC-26 TV, where he has served since 2002 as the political analyst and provides his insight on local, state and national politics.

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Mortal Musings

5:00pmSunday

5:00pmSunday

Valerie Armand hosts Mortal Musings, which airs Thursdays on WGSO 990 AM and can be heard on the Internet at WGSO.com

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6:00pmSunday

Since 1805, this congregation has been a leading Christian presence in the City of New Orleans. We seek to know Christ and make him known in Liturgy, Music, Formation, Fellowship and Service. For more info, visit cccnola.org.

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The NOLADrinks Show

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

Cheers! I am Bryan Dias… I am the host and executive producer of The NOLADrinks Show with Bryan Dias. Join us as we explore the world of drink, food, and culture in New Orleans and beyond! Each week, we present news and discussion on a variety of issues connected to the food and drink scene, the hospitality and music industries, and more. Whether recorded on-location, in and around the New Orleans area, or chatting with folks from around the world, we bring you exciting guests, events, and subjects. With our in-depth interviews and features on themes ranging from seasonal drinks to social issues, we cover a unique array of topics and conversations from the culinary, beverage, and cultural landscape. We present a perspective that is inspired locally but takes a world view. We’re a multi-platform radio show, podcast, website, and social media project bringing you information, news, events, social issues, and more connected to drink, food, and culture! The NOLADrinks Show can be found on podcast and locally in NOLA on radio. Catch “Another Shot with NOLADrinks,” available only on the podcast version featuring extended interviews and exclusive content weekly, as well! Use #NOLADrinks on social media to connect with us. You can catch the show on WGSO 990 AM from 7-8 pm on Fridays with an encore broadcast Sundays from 7-8 pm in New Orleans or get the podcast each week on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn Radio, Deezer, Pandora, Nitty Grits Podcast Network, or on our website at NOLADrinks.com. Cheers, You All!

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Slow Money

8:00pmSunday

8:00pmSunday

Jean Paul Lagarde hosts Slow Money, which airs Wednesdays on WGSO 990 AM on the Internet at WGSO.com

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Free Talk Live

9:00pmSunday

9:00pmSunday

Ian Freeman and Mark Edge host Free Talk Live, which airs weekdays on WGSO 990 AM and on the Internet at WGSO.com

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