DJs

“A To Z Music” (Mondays 3-4pm) is mainly music show hosted by freshmen Olivia Howard Coto, who is a creative writing major and Imani Tobias, who is majoring in Biology. A To Z music revolves around all kinds of music for everyone to enjoy.

To request a song, email omhowardcoto@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Airwaves & Dragons” (Time TBD) is hosted by junior Christa Waterwiese. Tune in for some Dungeon’s & Dragons action, LIVE once a month. New guests every time, the game will never be the same! What could go wrong?

To join the conversation, email cewaterwiese@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“An Alternative Listen” (Mondays 8-9) is a weekly alternative music show hosted by Freshman Aliya Yellen. The show will play alternative music that everyone’s inner angst ridden teenager will find some solace in. Aliya is a freshman, on the women’s lacrosse team, that is majoring in business with an accounting concentration, and hails from a small suburban town just outside of Chicago called Deerfield.
To request a song, email aeyellen@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Alt 60” (Thursday 5-6) is an alternative and electronic music show, hosted by Anderson Trice and Tyler Muntz. Anderson Trice is a senior business major, and Tyler Muntz is a senior psychology major with a minor in art history.

To request a song, email dwmurray@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

 

“B-Side” (Thursdays 8:30-9:30pm) is a weekly show that is hosted by juniors AJ and Cara. They talk about various musical artists and play music ranging from alternative rock to neo-folk to indie. Cara is a communications major with a music minor and AJ is a double major in creative writing and Spanish.

To request a song, email cbasham@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Back to the Future” (Tuesdays 7-8) is a music show hosted by Amanda Jo Gwaltney. Like the classic film which gives the show its namesake, “Back to the Future” takes you back in time by traveling through the classics of the 20th century. Each show ends with one song from the 21st century, because as Doc once wisely said, “We have to go back!”

To request a song, email ajgwaltney@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Banana Pancakes” (Saturdays 9-10am) is hosted by freshman Rachel McEldowney and will be talking about aesthetic things and how Saturday Mornings affect people. You can also expect some random topics and hopping music.

To request a song, email remceldowney@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

 

“Bold and Brash” (Tuesdays 4-5) is a weekly talk show hosted by Sophomores Dale Worrell and Christian Galleo. The two talk about anything and everything with some rock and decades music to accompany the show. Dale is sophomore who is undecided, and Christian is a sophomore who is undecided as well.

To request a song, email deworrell@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Chats” (Wednesdays 4-5) is a show hosted by “Video Killed the Radio Star’s” Brice Hall that interviews citizens. There is also music. Enough said.

To join the conversation, email lbhall@roanoke.mail.edu

 

 

 

 

“Crescendo Vibez” (Sundays 9-10pm) is a Talk/Music show about the new and old hip-hop culture. The show is hosted by Donovan Hill, a sophomore who is studying political science, who considers himself a classic hip-hop head who appreciates the value of modern hip-hop culture.

To request a song, email dohill@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Dead Air” (Fridays 7:30-8:30) is a weekly show where your (g)hosts Olivia Samimy and Hannah Brotton talk about unsolved murders. Olivia is a sophomore studying English and Hannah is a sophomore studying Computer Science.

To request a topic for the show, email ossamimy@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Discover Radio” (Fridays 6:30-7:30) is a weekly radio show hosted Sarah Seifert and Haley Kennedy. The two share their favorite songs from that week. Sarah is a sophomore majoring in communications and Haley is a junior majoring in communications.

To request a song, email sjseifert@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Does This Really Need a Title” (Tuesdays 3-4) is hosted by freshman Eji Abah. Eji is from right down the road in Lexington, Virginia and enjoys Netflix and music. She is currently unsure of what her future will hold after her time at Roanoke.

To request a song, email elabah@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Electric Ave” (Wednesdays 9-10) is an hour of music consisting of various genres spanning across trap, EDM, and alternative, with some surprises thrown in.  Hosted by Shannon, a junior with a double major of biology and creative writing from NY, the hour will be full of new songs and discoveries as well as a new take on some popular, yet older songs.
To request a song, email slbarker@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“For the Record” (Thursdays 2-3) is a music and talk show hosted by Hannah Buck that plays primarily alternative rock music and discusses the music and a myriad of college life topics. Hannah is a freshman biology major following the pre-veterinary medicine track.

To request a song, email hebuck@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“The Game Ball” (Thursdays 12-1) is a weekly sports talk show that will recap sporting events from the weekend and throughout the week. The show is hosted by senior lacrosse players Matthew Lintner and Burke McManus, junior club hockey player Eric Wooten and senior club hockey play Erik Stefanowicz.

To request a song, or join the conversation, email mlintner@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Good Morning Salem” (Weekdays 7-8am) is hosted by Roanoke’s very own Christa Waterwiese. Christa will discuss breaking news from across the world, across campus, and across time, and adding some humor to the mix (she can’t help it). Join her every weekday morning, to be the morning person you never wanted to be.

To request a song, or join the conversation, email cewaterwiese@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Good Vibes Only” (Wednesdays 6-7) is hosted by freshman Lexi Samuels (and a few of her friends), and showcases music from the rock, punk and alternative of the past and present with small chit chat. Lexi is a freshman majoring in Communications.

To request a song, email amsamuels@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“An Hour of Dates” (Fridays 4:30-5:30) is a weekly show where one lucky bachelor or bachelorette will get to know five other contestants in hopes of finding the perfect match for a date. We will then send the new pair off on a date and follow up the next week. Destinee is a sophomore majoring in English, and Kaelyn is a sophomore majoring in Communication.

To request a song or join the conversation, email kmspickler@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“The Hip Hop Hour” (Fridays 2:30-3:30) is an all music show mostly filled with Hip-hop and Rap music and is hosted by Jordan Kehoe. Jordan is a junior from Fairfax, Virginia and is majoring in Sports Management and concentrating in Human Resources. One of the most senior members of WKRE, Jordan has been a part of the WRKE team since her freshman year.

To request a song, email jlkehoe@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Horizons” (Saturdays 8:30-9:30) is a show in which the bounds of the consciousness are infinite. Join host Robby Mangum as he takes you into new Horizons. This is a show playing a variety of songs, as a tool to enrich a short story, like a Twilight Zone lite, but not as good.

Contact Info: rwmangum@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Jupiter’s Lounge” (Sundays 5-6) is a place for all things chill. Your host Hannah will be your guide through the radio waves. Hannah isa sophomore who is currently undeclared but will declaring soon. Whether it be Jazz, chillhop, orchestral pieces, or anything in between, you will likely find it here.

To request a song email hewennerstrom@mail.roanoke.edu.

 

 

“Just Shuckin’ Around” with Kyle and Ryan (Wednesdays 2:30-3:30) is a sports talk show hosted by Evan Shuck, Kyle Heitmiller, and Ryan Godwin. Evan is a economics major who plays on the golf team. Kyle is a sports management major who plays club hockey and ruby and Ryan is a sports management major who coaches a local V19 soccer team.

To request a song or join the conversation, email emshuck@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“The Last Resort” (Mondays 9-10pm) is a great show for those who like dogs, alt music, and shenanigans or just have nothing better to do. If that describes you, then this is your last resort! Listen to WRKE music directors Bec and Liv for a lively conversation and funky music once a week on WRKE.

To request a song or join the conversation, email ofsampogna@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Late Night Cafecito” (Tuesdays 8-9pm) is a Spanish and English spoken talk-show hosted by Alondra, Rosa, and Alejandra. They discuss events and topics concerning the Latinx community across Latin America, the Caribbean, and USA.

To request a song or join the conversation, email rhjaramillo@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“The Lay Up” (Tuesdays at 6:00PM) is a talk show hosted by Radiance Mack and Tyler Bowe. Radiance comes to us from Miami, Florida and is now Criminal Justice. Radiance’s co-host Tyler Bowe comes to us by way of Jacksonville, Florida and is an International Relations major with a minor in Spanish.

To request a song, email ramack@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Midnight Coffee” (Friday 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM) is a weekly indie/alternative music show hosted by Mary Rose Stark. Mary Rose is a sophomore Political Science and International relations major from Las Vegas, Nevada.

To request a song, email mrstark@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

 

“Nerding Out” (Fridays 1-2) Is a talk show focusing on topics, like movies, TV, and other nerdy topics. The music changes weekly with the topics, and always fits the theme of the show that week. The show is hosted by Sarah Davis and Morgan Laisney. Sarah is a Senior English major, and Morgan is a Junior History major.

To request a song or a topic, email mlaisney@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“New Take” (Mondays 4-5) is a talk show in which history, politics, and everything in between are debated. The show is hosted by Freshmen Seth Foster, Dan Nahor, and Ryan Denholm. All three are in the honors program.

To request a song or join the conversation, email sjfoster@roanoke.edu

 

 

“On the Reel” (Saturdays 7pm-8pm) is show hosted by Jessica Shelburne, Jessee Kennedy & Sara Heatwole that discusses movies ranging in category from Netflix hidden gems to box office successes. Jessica is from Radford and is on the dance team. Jessee is from Wise, VA and is on the tennis team. Sara is from Warrenton, VA and is a sister of Delta Gamma.

To request a song or join the conversation, email jbshelburne@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Pop Music Power Hour” (Saturdays 1-2) is a talk/music show that focuses on any and everything going on in the world. If you want to stay up-to-date on everything from the Kardashians to Donald Trump, and hear some of my favorite songs from today and back then, tune in every Saturday with Senior host Shamira James.

To request a song or join the conversation, email sdjames@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“The Power Hour” (Sundays 1-2) is hosted by junior Sports Management majors Brandon Harrell and Caleb Jordan, and is entering its third year. It covers a wide range of topics from current events to sports. An old school hip hop and R&B playlist accompanies the dialogue. New to the show this year is Kelvin Obioha, a senior Sports Management major.

To request a song or join the conversation, email bmharrell@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“The Scoop” (Mondays 7-8) is a weekly show hosted by 2 best friends that want to keep the world updated on pop culture and other things they find interesting.  The show will feature music, tea times, story times, and campus  events.

To request a song or join the conversation, email  aidiaz@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Sisterhood of the Tinfoil Hats” (Thursdays 7-8pm) is a music and talk show hosted by Casey Wilson, a poli sci major, Brett Schulz, a bio and chem major, Jordan Hanson, an English major, and Shannon Baker, a history major. These four will rotate around hosting this ernest satire show about conspiracy theories, cryptids, and the general mysteries of the universe. 

To request a song or join the conversation, email cmwilson@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“SoulFood” (Sundays 12-1) is a segment for your personal growth reaching out to you via music. Host Amber Ross was once told that gospel was the only music a Christian could listen to because all of the other music was corrupt. She is here to prove them wrong. Ross will be playing music to motivate you and uplift your spirit and kick start your week off with hope!

To request a song, email across@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Tea Time” (Wednesdays 12-1) is a weekly talk show about hosted by senior psychology majors, Rachel Dix and Emily Wright. They will discuss pop culture and college life, as well as playing a mix of today’s music and classics from all decades.

To request a song, email eawright@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

 

“Throwbacks and Roanoke Life” (Thursdays 3-4) jams out to a different genre of throwbacks each week (classic rock, 2000s pop/hip/R&B, etc). Hosted by freshmen Hallie Redding and Anthony Zarlenga, the show will talk about life as a “Maroon” and what its like to be student athletes. Hallie will be playing on the RC Women’s Lacrosse team and Anthony plays for the RC Men’s soccer team.

To request a throwback, email hjredding@mail.roanoke.edu

 

“Vibers R Us” (Thursdays 6-7) focuses on great music, good people. The show is hosted by Grace DuPre’, a sophomore with an interest in communications and international studies Vibers-R-Us is a mash of alternatives, rock, and other music. It includes mainly music with minimal commentary. They are feel good vibe worthy tunes.

To request a song, email gmdupre@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Video Killed Radio Star” (Tuesdays 9-10 am and Sundays 3-4 pm) is an entertainment/ music talk show that covers all pop culture topics. Join Athey, Brice, Zach and very gracious cameos by Kaillee Philleo and together, we will experience movies.

To request a song or join the conversation, email ztdalton@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Wake Up Call” (Thursdays 8-9:30am) is a morning variety show that plays country music.The show is hosted by Gabby Arnold, a junior from Tampa, FL. Gabby is a communication studies major and wishes to go into radio broadcasting after graduating from Roanoke College.

To request a song, email gearnold@mail.roanoke.edu

 

 

“Whatever I Feel” (Tuesdays 2-3) is a weekly show hosted by Freshman Paige Mamajek. This show covers whatever I’m feeling that day from music to interviews. Paige is a current freshman and is planning on double majoring in Psychology & Criminal Justice.

To request a song, email pemamajek@mail.roanoke.edu