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The Chris Wolf Show streaming live Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings, 8-9 a.m.
The Chris Wolf Show is broadcast live every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. by Maine Coast TV on this web page for computers, iPhones, and Android SmartPhones and most smart TVs, as well as being broadcast of the Maine Coast TV channel on ROKU. The viewing window, in the live stream at the top of the right hand column of this page, is active 24/7 for our programming stream.
The Chris Wolf Show is also broadcast live in Knox County on Channel 7 Time Warner Monday, Wednesday and Friday and at later times during normal programming. It is also broadcast live on Belfast Community TV, Channel 2, in Belfast Maine.
If you miss the live stream of a particular Chris Wolf Show, approximately one week after the broadcast it will be available below on the Recent Chris Wolf Shows section.
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The Chris Wolf Show audio is also broadcast live on WRFR FM 93.3 Rockland and 99.3 Camden/Rockport as well as audio streaming on the Internet at http://tunein.com/radio/Radio-Free-Rockland-933-s14055/.
To see past Chris Wolf Shows, scroll down on this page. Shows generally are placed in the On Demand section within two days of being broadcast.
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Recent Chris Wolf Shows:
Owners of The Salty Dog pet grooming company join Chris
Jeremy Shaw and Jeff Northgraves of the Knox County Airport
Ann Matlack, Maine Representative District #92
Amy Hand from the Camden Public Library joins Chris for some children’s stories.
Luigi Pucelli, the executive chef at Hoxbill Restaurant and also Kurafuto restaurant joins Chris.
Fred Granger joins Chris to tak about the granite tower he is building on Vinalhaven
Students from Oceanside High School join Chris to talk about their upcoming production of “Grease”
The harbor of Camden, Maine has lots of beautiful schooners, but two of the prettiest are the day sailing Owl and the Olad, owned by Aaron Lincoln. Aaron is our special guest and talks about what makes the Owl and the Olad special.
CWS 2019-05-17 Hoxbill Dining, Blaze Brewing, and Kurafuto Sushi. All In One. All In Camden. WATCH NOW!
Find out what cookin at the new Hoxbill, Blaze, and Kurafuto recently opened in Camden, Maine. Not only a great variety of food, but one of the greatest water views in Midcoast Maine!
Their executive chef and general manager join Chris Wolf for a great show with the scoop on what’s happening there and where they are headed.
June 14-16, 2019: Three days of great music, food and shopping in lovely Camden, Maine.
Musical venues to include the Camden Opera House auditorium and Blue Cafe, the Camden Snow Bowl, 16 Bay View, and jazz around town!
Musical talent will include The Kenny Barron Trio, Greg Abate Quartet, Peter Dembski Group, Wayne Delano Quartet, Katie Matzell, The Whitehead/Dean Group, The Right Track, Hyperphonix, Bill Barnes Duo, and The Extension Chords.
“Kids Conference For Change” – CRMS 6th grade students chose topics they feel passionately about — new ideas, environmental issues, etc. They have researched and are ready to present their ideas for the future! Tune in to find out what they are about and what they have to say. You’ll be impressed!
Two great guests. Two great topics. One, with Paula Jones, one of Maine’s Lyme Disease experts telling us more than we ever knew about ticks and lyme disease. She is followed by Tomm Tomlinson, from Women Wielding Swords, who is casting a show about female pirates.
The Owls Head Transportation Museum is a jewel right in our backyard that we sometimes forget we have. They have amazing exhibits and events all about transportation, each year better than the last. Air shows, truck and tractor shows, antique vehicle auctions, all types of planes, cars, carriages and other vehicles to see and sometimes experience.
What a great way to spend a rainy, or sunny, day with family guests or friends.
Join us with Toby Stinson and Kevin Bedford of the museum for a lot of the background as well as the events happening this year. You’ll be surprised.
New CRMS group, Girls Coalition, promotes empowers, and supports girls and women. It helps them with women’s health issues, mental health issues and day-to-day solutions for girls in their exciting journey through life.
So you think all that smoke hovering over Vinalhaven, Maine is from diesel boat engines?
Well some of it is from a totally new source, delicious smoked lobster from Robert and Kristie Young’s new company Vinalhaven Smoked Lobster. Now available on Vinalhaven and just about anywhere.
Check out this special Chris Wolf Show with Robert and Kristie for the back story about this new, exciting product. You’ll enjoy the show and, if you try their smoked lobster, you’ll enjoy it as well!
Veterans are important all year long, not just one day. But on this special day we have Russ Wolfertz, Shawn Driscoll and Bob Rugar from American Legion Post 1, Rockland with lots of things happening with and for local veterans.
Reade Brower’s wife calls him a media mogul who sells balloons! You’ll have to watch the show to find out why, but he’s not the typical heartless media baron one would expect.
Being a successful writer is more that just putting words down on a piece of paper. You also need to be able to market yourself. Find out how with Eva Morris with her programs on how to help artists write well and market well!
Imagine the ultimate helicopter get away events. Going snow skiing on a normally unreachable peak. Flying in to dine at a special restaurant. Lunch on a private island. Driving fast fantasy vehicles in the desert.
Maybe it’s time to take life up a notch. Helicopter Huck is the man to see to organize these or whatever your heart desires.
Just fresh off the NBC TODAY show, amazing sister and brother duo “Jocelyn and Chris” visit our studio for great live performance of their hauntingly beautiful original songs as well as stories about how these two Harvard graduates became nationally known musicians.
It’s Spring and time to think about boating, harbors, and outside activities. Abby Leonard, Rockport Harbormaster, brings us up to date with happenings in Rockport including news on the Andre repair.
Meet the “real” Dr. House, Pen Bay Medical’s new Family Practice Physician Dr. William House. He’s young, caring, energetic and smart. Maybe just the kind of physician you might like to get to know.
Amy Hand, Camden’s beloved Children’s Librarian joins us with several of her favorite children’s books including a new one, A Piglet Named Mercy, by our local talented artist Chris Van Dusen. She also tells us about the library’s 3D printer program.
CWS 2019-04-01 Brenda Thomas, Child Hunger Program supplies fresh food for Rockland school families. WATCH NOW!
Brenda Thomas from Rockland’s South School believes children should have good healthy food. Each month they give away over 2,400 pounds of mostly fresh fruits and vegetables to local families.
Strand Theater’s effervescent Brittany Parker, singer, actor, puppeteer and all round creative person brings her friend, Miss Susan, to let us know about the Strand Family Series with world-class theatre, puppetry, music and more.
Great things happening business wise in the Camden to Rockland area. Our guest Tom Peaco with Pen Bay Chamber is in the know and lets us in on some of the secrets and not so secrets.
Camden Library’s Ken Gross with great facts about Peyton Place, Camden’s most famous movie. A lot of then and now photos and info.
Salmon Farms. Power Lines. Addiction. Education. Spending. Taxing. What’s Really Happening in Maine Government? WATCH NOW!
Chris Wolf is joined by Dan Dinsmore from Pine Tree Watch, an independent, non-partisan news service that holds Maine state government and institutions accountable through fact-based non-biased reporting
Guini Ridge Farm in Union and Rockport is a local resource for flowers, plants and herbs, locally grown meats and vegetables. Classes and events. And More!
One of our favorite music groups. And we get to find out the answer to the question “Where’s Emily?”
No secrets from the CRMS play Offed at the Bake-Off revealed. But lots of clues with this great show featuring a number of members of the show. Also special guest appearance by the now famous Anjo the Banjo!
Join Barbara Merson of the Maine Jewish Film Festival as she lets us know about the amazing selection of films and activities happening at this year’s film festival.
Midcoast Maine is home to some special little spaces which encourage artistic creativity. One of these is 26 Split Rock Cove in South Thomaston. Join Chris and Sandy Weisman founder of 26 SRC to find out all about the special programs they offer.
What matters most to those who live, work and visit Rockland, Maine. Find out from Heart and Soul as they bring together diverse members and voices of the community to identify common values and themes about what matters most.
Education that's fun? And off the grid? Lots of great things going on this year at Hurricane Island. Scallop and seaweed research, new projects, and just a magical place to be.
Lots going on at the Camden Opera House this Spring. Check it out!
Playing Possum, a great Thomaston Maine band. Possibly bluegrass, but much more.
Renown Rockport photographer Peter Ralston takes you on an amazing trip to the Arctic Northwest Passage. The ice and glaciers are melting, seals and huskies are disappearing, and the whole ecological system is changing!
Roger Moody’s new book “Logging Towboats and Boom Jumpers”. The story of O. A. Harkness, local logging “Admiral” and mechanical “Wizard”.
For 29 years Patrisha McLean seemed to have a charmed life…married to a famous musician husband in a big mansion on the hill. But underneath was domestic violence. She finally was able to deal with it and escape. Now she’s helping others in the same predicament “find their voices”.
The upcoming Camden Conference 2019 is focusing on China’s emergence as a major global power. The show guests are Bruce Cole, President of The Camden Conference and Bob Hirsch, Former President of the Conference.
Matt Blazek. Shares his love for Medieval history with shining knights jousting with the nefarious dragons of legend. Or the wisp of an elves song carried through the woods on a light spring breeze, or the thudding of giant’s feet crushing down upon the thick New England snow.
Getting the younger generation to be intelligent, informed and civil about politics, Nick Lapham from Informed Young Leaders.
Dr. Ira Mandell, Mid Coast Recovery Center, talks about the new women’s recovery center to be at 63 Washington St. in Camden, ME along with challenges of addiction treatment and recovery.
We welcome Chris Austin of Austin Payment Solutions and Small Business Consulting and Jesse Bifulco of PenBay Law explain how a business can avoid pitfalls and help them prosper.
Three fabulous photographers from the Midcoast area: Paul Caponigro, Ni Rong and Dirk McDonnell. We talk about style, talent and being a professional photographer.
Much of Rockland’s early growth was fueled by the lime industry. Dave Hoch was there when the last of Rockland’s lime kilns went out for good. He worked in the lime industry and knew it well.
Many of us fancy ourselves as potential writers but don’t know how to get started or the ins and outs of writing and publishing, or the best way to tell a story. Find out how with Kathrin Seitz, Rockport writing coach, teacher, editor and writer.
John French has retired from many long years of service to the town of Camden and serving on the Camden Select Board. That doesn’t mean he has nothing to say. Find out his views and opinions on the Select Board and other issues.
We take a trip to the far east with Jeff McKean who owns the Due East Tea Company in Rockport, Maine. We learn about tea for medicinal purposes and tea to just sit back and enjoy a good cup.