On Air Host/Programs
Saturday April 19, 2014

In the Groove (Mon- Fri, 2- 5pm)
Cool Jazz Countdown (Friday, 2- 3pm)

Marcellus “The Bassman” Shepard has been an on-air radio personality for the last seventeen years, working in commercial and public radio.  He is well-known for his distinctive deep voice which he uses for his afternoon drive shift, “In the Groove”, on WEAA 88.9FM  in Baltimore, MD and as co- host of the nationally syndicated “Cool Jazz Countdown”, which can be heard in seven markets across the country. Marcellus is also the Program Director/Music Director of WEAA FM.

Read more: Marcellus "Bassman" Shepard

Cool Jazz Countdown
Friday, 2 - 3pm
 
Cool Jazz Countdown is a Nationally Syndicated Program (since 2008) and can be heard weekly in ten markets across the country. It’s a weekly survey based on national jazz chart movement, listener feedback and local radio airplay.

Read more: Marcellus "The Bassman" Shepard & Kyle LaRue

Urban Health Beat
Wednesdays, 7- 8pm
 
The Urban Health Beat program is a weekly one hour radio show exploring the physical, psychological, social and economic issues that impact personal and public health. The shows objectives are to identify and discuss healthcare prevention, best practices resources, treatment, access and policies as a means of informing, educating and empowering listeners.

Read more: Marilyn Harris Davis

Keep It Moving
Monday, 7- 8pm

Listen Now - 3.31.14


Keep It Moving with host, Marsha Jews is a refreshing new one hour talk show, filled with unpredictable commentary and viewpoints on political, topical, personal, and social issues. Keep It Moving the perfect recipe for an intriguing, informative show that entertains, but also inspires.  It’s “hard edged” but not without a healthy dose of humor and education.

Read more: Marsha Reeves Jews

A World of Higher Education News - Thursdays, 7- 8pm

Host Beverly Burke recaps The Morgan State Innovation Day in Annapolis with Claude Hitchcock, Timothy Ackers, and Dr. Willie Larkins.

Read more: Morgan State University

The Caribbean Affair
Saturday, 2pm - 8pm
 
Neil Mattei, the musical prime minister has been affiliated with WEAA since 1978 and has been the host of the Caribbean Affair since 1982 when the program was only on for four hours each week. Neil was born in San Juan, Trinidad and made Baltimore his home in 1970.

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Briefcase Radio
Sunday, 10pm

Listen Now - 4.6.14

The most powerful business decisions are made by the development of a solid business plan. Briefcase R adio is a weekly program that profiles business leaders offering advice on creating a more strategic business plan for success.

Read more: Omar Muhammad

Reggae Roots and Culture
Saturdays 10am - 2pm
 
Walter Berry, affectionately known as Papa Wabe pronounced (wah-bay) got his start in radio at WPFW in Washington D.C. in 1978. In 1981, after the passing of Reggae icon Bob Marley, Papa Wabe began his award winning "Shockwaves" showgram which featured positive, uplifting Reggae music from local and international artists.

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The Audio Infusion
Sunday, 12am- 5am

DJ Patrick Scientific is co-leader of The Audio Infusion along with Jus-Spin. Patrick has most of the shows duties on his shoulders. Most of the scheduling of guests and programming of the show and weekly events goes through him. In addition to that Patrick maintains and updates the web site and the myspace page.

Read more: Patrick Scientific

Cool Vibes
Mon- Fri, 12pm - 2pm
 
Sandi Mallory, was graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a degree in Radio, Television and Film. Working in various radio formats from Jazz, Urban Contemporary, Adult Contemporary and back to Jazz, her voice has been heard over the Mid-Atlantic airwaves from WMUC, WHUR, WXYV (V103) WLIF with a return to WEAA the origin of her radio career in Baltimore.

Read more: Sandi Mallory

AFRO First Edition
Sunday, 8pm

AFRO First Edition with Sean Yoes is a partnership with WEAA-FM along with The Afro newspaper. Host Sean Yoes, leads roundtable discussions with correspondents, politicians, and community leaders. AFRO First Edition works to provide the latest news and information for listeners – either relating to crime or the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. The show assembles the media to provide analysis on news makers and champions in our community.

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Strictly Hip Hop with Florida, DropaJewel, and Miss J Nyce.
Mon-Thur, 5pm- 7pm

Strictly Hip Hop is a program that has aired on WEAA’s 88.9 FM for 22 years. We exist to introduce, and preserve the urban hip hop culture to a vast demographic. The show contains various segments including: Question of the Week, The Test Bin, news, Changing the Game, One 2 Flow On, and mixes from local DJ’s. Our staff consists of Morgan State University Alum and current Morgan State University students in addition to freelance hip hop enthusiast throughout the Baltimore Hip Hop scene.

Read more: Strictly Hip Hop

Tell Me More with Michel Martin: Weekday’s 11am -12noon

Bold, honest, engaging, Tell Me More is a new interview show from NPR News. Host Michel Martin welcomes guests to a safe place for difficult conversations and invites us to listen in. From international newsmakers to everyday people, from spiritual leaders to foreign correspondents, Tell Me More strives to reveal whole stories from many, different perspectives.

Read more: Tell Me More with Michel Martin

The Baltimore Blend
Weekdays   6 a.m.-8 a.m.

Like a great cup of coffee, The Baltimore Blend is a great way to start the morning. Hosted by longtime Baltimore musician and drummer Robert Shahid, with co-host Carla Wills and news by Beverly Burke, The Blend highlights the best of Baltimore and the uniqueness of WEAA. Each morning features news; interviews with local community leaders, artists, and WEAA public affairs personalities; and a musical blend that includes jazz, blues, inspirational and even a little house music.

Read more: The Baltimore Blend

Gospel Grace
Sunday, 3:35pm

A native Baltimorean, Tyra Phillips provides Gospel Grace listeners with up to date information on services and events being held in local churches, as well as those in surrounding areas.

Read more: Tyra Phillips

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Baltimore, MD 21251

Phone: 443 885-3564
Fax: 443.885.8206
On Air Studio: 410.319.8888