You can listen all day and catch great talk with a variety of hosts
Wake Up with the Professor and Reagan
Each day starts with gospel music from 5-6:00am followed by the hilariously funny yet always uplifting show called Wake Up with The Professor and Reagan. Their show is a rip-roaring early morning look at family situations and current events. The Professor offers a sometimes jarring, always realistic and usually humorous look at the choices people make and the consequences they find themselves in as a result. Cohost Reagan helps The Professor see a different perspective and provides a steading dish of reason and perspective. You can catch them from 6-7am every weekday.
The Good Morning Show
Next up from 7-10am is former New Orleans city councilman Oliver “OT” Thomas who provides uncompromising commentary on politics, economics, business, health, shucks just life in general. Oliver’s extreme intelligence allows him to break down complex multi-layered issues into easy to understand nuggets that listeners can use to make decisions. Most importantly, OT is fair and objective in all of his interviews, which is one reason why you can only get live radio interviews from Mayor LaToya Cantrell on WBOK 1230 am. Weekdays from 7am to 10am
The Neutral Ground
Radio veteran Kelder Summers delivers more than her trademark melodic voice daily during her show couched in New Orleans culture. “From the front porch” she pairs with local renaissance man Graylen Banks, and they deliver fun and light but informative and enriching information daily about the culture of America’s most unique city. From Mardi Gras Big Chiefs to places to go and things to eat in and around our great city, you should tune in every weekday morning from 10 to 12.
The Reality Check
He’s baaack ladies and gentlemen. Gerod Stevens, once the highest rated talk show host in the city of New Orleans, is back on the air at WBOK. His trademark wit and colloquialisms are only offset by his journalistic expertise and ability to get to the truth of the matter. His guests have included, NOPD Chief Sean Ferguson, Senator Jimmy Harris, presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s campaign manager, and Freedom Rider, Doretha “Doadie” Smith. His deep connections and unfettered search for the bottom line combine to deliver stories which expose and expound. Callers form around the country tune and call in providing daily banter that both entertains and enlightens. Weekdays from 1-4:00pm
The Rickey and Ro Show
NFL Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson and sports guru Ro Brown have delivered more Hall of Fame guests – Lawrence Taylor, Franco Harris, Eric Dickerson, Willie Roaf, Richard Dent, Earl Campbell- and other legends like Saints HOF -Tyronne Hughes and George Rogers- and all time college greats Doug Williams and Hugh Green to name a few – than any other sports talk show in the country! In just the month of February. Just the guests are worth listening. But hearing Rickey Jackson’s take on all sports is educational, illuminating and often laugh out loud funny. Meanwhile Ro Brown amazes us all daily with his encyclopedic knowledge of all sports and especially all time Louisiana and New Orleans sports legends. This is the best sports talk show in the market! Hear them from 4-5 M-F.
The Big Time Sports Show
Reggie Flood – who often joins the Rickey and Ro Show – is not just HBCU sports expert but also can be found around local high school locker rooms and sports fields. Reggie delivers news about SWAC, MEAC, LHSAA, New Orleans and Baton Rouge high schools. He is a respected broadcaster who called the Bleu Devil Classic (The Annual Dillard Xavier basketball game) with Sports Overtime host Nadir Murfiq. Catch Reggie’s show weeknights from 5-6.
Hosted by Nader Murfiq, this show has the highest number of callers of any radio show in the market. Talking all sports – but especially Saints and Pelicans, Nadir and cohost Brian Bienemy deliver hard hitting opinions about everything from Drew Brees to Zion Williamson. Catch them on Thursday nights from 7-9.
Amazingly new and informative WBOK the legendary black owned radio station in New Orleans is set to deliver great information for years to come.