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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/.
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Recent Chris Wolf Shows:
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.
Rockport’s Dale Schierholt is a documentary filmmaker known for his intimate, conversational film portraits of compelling personalities, many of them renowned visual artists.
Liz McLeod, House Manager of Rockland’s Strand Theatre, tells us about great things happening at the Strand Theatre including the November 16 premiere of Strand on the Air, an authentic, original live radio variety show brought to you by the Strand Theatre’s very own creative team.
Camden Hills Regional High School’s A Capella group the OffBeats. These guys are hot! and always great entertainment.
We host Tim Carroll, Knox County’s newly elected sheriff. We’ll take a look at the Knox County Sheriff’s Department from the eyes of its new top official, from the past and going forward.
Cole Anderson, extremely talented golfer from Camden Hills Regional High School who just signed to play golf with the Florida State Seminoles and Alex Plummer, owner of Goose River Golf Course.
We’ll explore a young man’s distinguished career and take a look into a possible future.
We welcome Brian Kevin, managing editor of Down East Magazine. Brian likes the outdoors, road trips, the Grateful Dead, and being the world’s greatest dad. And of course he loves his job at Down East.
We’ll look at the publication, which began in 1954; Down East: The Magazine of Maine, is the largest paid-circulation magazine dedicated to the Pine Tree State. For nearly six decades, Down East has been the authority on Maine, and today continues to capture the reader’s attention with an insider look at contemporary life in Maine.
Shelly Butler, executive director and Claire Brunner, director of animal sheltering for PAWS Animal Adoption Center will be out guests to talk about what’s happening at PAWS this year.
Now that the election is over and Maine State Senator Dave Miramant has been reelected, find out what his hopes and plans are going forward.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years. All great holidays! And all bring great food!
Join us on The Chris Wolf Show as we host Christina Kinney of 3 Little Birds Bakery, in Warren, Maine about Holiday Desserts.
We all have own images of who homeless people might be, but most of us don’t realize one of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population is unaccompanied adolescents and teen. Join us as we have Joseph Hufnagel, Director of The Landing Place, a comprehensive youth program for “high risk” teens.
We’ll all be Green With Envy after these guests. Marlene Cohn and Chelsea Hachey of the Green With Envy Salon and Spa with locations in Camden, Rockland, Augusta, Belfast and Portland.
Special Veterans Day show with four veterans including Charlie Johnson, a Korean War/Purple Heart Veteran with lots of stories to tell, such as being a survivor of the fierce Chosin Reservoir battle, also known as Frozen Chosin, where our military was surrounded by North Koreans in sub-zero weather.
Author Diana Coleman tells the stories of 26 women who pushed past numerous obstacles to take on new challenges and change their lives, after they were 50 years old. An inspiration for us all.
Learn how Coyotes fit into our environment and their value of being part of our world with Geri Vistein from Coyote Center.
Our guest on the Friday, November 2 Chris Wolf Show was Matthew Haskell owner of Hoxbil and Kurafuto on Bayview Landing in Camden.
Northern Vertical, is a Camden-based guiding and health coaching company with a mission to inspire personal transformation through outdoor adventure and helping clients to overcome the underlying physical and mental/emotional obstacles to achieving optimal health. Specializing in men’s health, founder Ryan Howes developed a coaching program “LIVE LOVE LEAP” that helps men to shed physical and emotional weight so they can thrive.
It’s all about your pets as we welcome Barbara Daggett DVM from the Rockland Animal Hospital to talk all things animals. From Fluffy to Spot to that great Goldfish you’ve had for years, we’ll talk about how best to care for them and what they need.
On Monday we welcomed the kids from Camden Rockport Middle School’s cast from Aladdin Jr. they’ll be performing on Friday and Saturday this coming weekend. As in the past, it’s always a great time when we have students on. Their brightness always amazes us. We talked...
Ireland. What a great place to visit. But go on a big tourist bus and you’ll see the tourist sights. Go by yourself and you’ll miss a lot. But go with a small group with a knowledgeable guide and you’ll see the real Ireland. Christine Murphy tells us about her Heart and Spirit Journeys of Ireland.
Sometime we think all the kids do is look at their phones. But their generation is also becoming active in surprising ways. On this Chris Wolf Show, we welcome four students for the Camden Rockport Middle School 6th grade who are involved in The CRMS Kids Conference...
Students from Camden’s Watershed School tell us all about the school and their upcoming play “Almost Maine”
Barbara Merson of the upcoming in March Maine Jewish Film Festival tells us about this very interesting and well-done event which will be distributed around several venues, including our own Rockland Maine.
Free breakfast every Monday morning at Chestnut St. Baptist Church, Camden, ME? No strings attached. Find out more with Director Sue Craft.
We welcome Jo Lindsay, Station Manager of WRFR, our sister station with updates on new programs and new things happening with WRFR, along with a lot of delightful banter between Chris and Jo.
Toilet paper is one of the things you cannot buy with welfare cards. On Wednesday’s Chris Wolf Show we welcome Sharon Hobson. Sharon is unique in that she loves to buy toilet paper for The Area Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry, located in Rockland. AIO is the primary recipient of One Less Worry’s Toilet Paper Project (1,100 rolls of toilet paper monthly) and the keystone recipient of Pads & Tampon Project (1,600 pads & tampons monthly) as well as Grooming Product Project.
Chris Wolf, show host and chef, and Joe Ricchio, Down East Magazine Food Critic. Great pairing. And a great conversation about Maine food and food in general.
Originally for Valentine’s Day, this show features Dee Bielenberg from City Drawers of Belfast and Bangor with an interesting show about lingerie, how it’s made, how to buy it, and different types…great information if you’re buying for yourself or for the woman of your dreams.
Better than sushi on ice! Toboggan Team Sushi is a four-person toboggan team at the National Toboggan Championships with students from The Apprentice Shop Boat Building School and generously sponsored by Suzuki Sushi of Rockland Maine.
New Hurricane Island Executive Director, Bo Hoppin, and Program Director Phoebe Jekielek with the great new things that are happening out on Hurricane Island this year.
Every month Valli Geiger, Mayor of Rockland, Maine will be giving us an update on what’s happening in Rockland in a one-on-one conversation with Chris Wolf. This one is for February 2018.
Join us as we explore the history of a planned utopia for South Thomaston. Charles (Chuck) Jacobs tells about the Rev. Samuel Baker (1785-1859) of South Thomaston… architect of that planned community– Christian Society, City of Refuge, Promised Land, Utopia, City Upon a Hill et al within South Thomaston.
Maine State Representative, former singer/songwriter, former entertainment guru for the Maine Coast and Maine’s Lobster Festival and a former guest on The Chris Wolf Show, Chuck Kruger comes into our studio.
Kruger has announced that after 33 years he is taking back summer! Join us for war stories on this epic battle to get Chuck Kruger’s life back.
Jerry Sytsma is one of the many Radio programmers at WRFR. His Thursday night program is called “The Rockpile Blues Hour” 5-6 p.m. spotlighting new blues artists and old favorites. He then hosts“The Rockpile Radio Show” from 6-7p.m. A classic rock show that focuses on out of the ordinary tracks you won’t hear on mainstream radio.
Homework and study is an integral part of middle school and high school students. Performing well on tests can mean being able to pick a school of your choice. And sometimes students need help.
Enter Marci Casas (owner) and Joan Benner of the Study Hall in Rockport. The Study Hall is dedicated to helping students of all ages achieve their academic goals.
Zora Raglow-DeFranco and Megan Williams of Community Investors of Knox County, a community collaborative with the goal to create ways to help people directly. For example, changing the future of a low-income person is just a simple solution away, such as a car repair or a down payment to secure an apartment.
Ed Glaser, Rockland City Council with what’s happening in Rockland.
Lots of Bluegrass music with an electric twang with Playin Possum, Hynd family: David, Gigi, Peter and James.
Johnny and Louise Singing Duo
Seth Silverton is a local philosopher, adventurer. He’s a founder of Forktales and he’s also a business consultant for the McLean Borden Cottage at Fox Hill and talks about their proposed expansion.
Our prisons are becoming loaded with people who have committed crimes but are inherently not bad people. But putting them in the prison environment will not help get them back into the mainstream as contributing members of our society. In fact, it probably will do the opposite. There is an alternative, a program called Restorative Justice.
Very engaging show with a delightful young lady, Haylie Witham, the 2017 Sea Goddess.