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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:
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.
Join us with Seth Macy, founder of one of the hottest recent websites about Maine, The New Maine News. Picture The Onion, done Maine. It’s irreverent, sarcastic, and just plain funny.
Update from Dave Miramant, Maine Senator, with what’s happening in Augusts. Budgets, laws, governors, and lots of juicy stuff!
Too Old to Make a Difference? Maybe Not. The Chris Wolf Show welcomes Maria Staples and Lorain Francis from Penquis Bangor And Rockland offices. They’ll be talking about the Penquis Foster Grandparent and Retired Senior Volunteer Programs. You’ll find out ways your experience and background might be able to make a substantial difference in our communities.
The Chris Wolf Show welcomes Robert Duke Jr., chair for the 2018 Knox Budget Committee. The ten million dollar budget passed, but committee members were disgruntled. We’ll find out why.
The Chris Wolf Show welcomes back Miners Creek Bluegrass Band for down home, tub thumpin’, banjo pickin’, sing it from the mountain top, yahoo it’s mountain dew, music.
Dr. Ira Mandel of the Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition knows the problems we’re having with drugs because he’s working right in the middle of it with his sleeves rolled up. There are no easy solutions, but Dr. Mandel can help us make some sense about the problem, what has been done, what is being done and what could be done. If drugs are destroying you, your family or your friends, this show should be watched.
Some think Stephen Betts has been reporting for so long he got the scoop on the birth of the baby Jesus. Not quite true but he’s great at digging up the truth! And he’s covered hundreds of other local stories of the years with depth and accuracy, but without (much) bias.
Christmas spirit doesn’t get much better than Christmas read by “Miss Amy”, Camden’s Children’s Librarian”! Join her on The Chris Wolf Show reading “Twas the Night before Christmas” and “The Gift of Nothing”.
Belfast has become an exciting place to be and this New Year’s Eve is jam packed with events. Mary Mortimer has all the details on where to go and what to do.
The OffBeats, a great A Capella group from Camden High with lots of Christmas music and good banter. A great show.
Susan St. John tells about her new book on Outward Bound during the Hurricane Island years. Lots of pictures, lots of stories. If you ever went on an Outward Bound course or were part of Outward Bound, you’ll love this show.
A great conversation with newly elected Rockland City Councilor Lisa Westkaemper.
Ben Perry, Rockland historian, brings us up to date on Rockland history. Also brings his friend Stanley (the one of the left) to pull a few strings.
If you see a great looking sign in town, chances are it was done by Joe Ryan of Adventure Advertising. Joe tells us about the business and also their projects supporting the PAWS animal shelter.
Our friends from PAWS come in to let us know what’s happening over there, including their upcoming auction. Also features Summer the cat with a bit of stagefright.
No stranger to The Chris Wolf Show, Rosey is always entertaining and delightful to have as a guest. Join us as we welcome Rosey who will tell great stories and tall tales, we don’t know which, and play some tunes. Rosey will also talk about the tremendous amount of work he does with veterans.
A special visit to The Chris Wolf Shows by cast members from the play Anything Goes at Oceanside High School. WIth kids as talented as these, the next generation is going to have a big impact on the world.
Every 10 years, more or less, Maine Municipalities are required to update their “Comprehensive Plan” which is a set of guidelines and goals used in setting development of the town or city. Rockland is currently working on theirs. Listen to some of the members of Rockland’s Plan Committee and find out how you can see where they are heading and give whatever input you might have.
Medieval History in schools can be just plain boring. But Matt Blazek has a project to change all that and the credentials to make it happen.
After years of having to get up early each day to paint stripes on cows, Ron Howard of Aldemere Farm is retiring. Hear great stories about Ron, the cows and Aldemere.
Not only does Russell Wolfertz have our Station Manager’s, Craig, house for sale (and we’ll hear lots about that, sorry Craig), Russell will give you insite on the current real estate market. Also, Russell is a Vietnam vet with a lot of personal emotional stories to perhaps help us all come to grips with that tragic war.
Ever wonder where the food in your local restaurant comes from? How it gets there? How they keep it fresh? And what is a “hanger steak”? All this and more with Russ Marquis of Dennis Foods, food purveyor for restaurants.
Scrumptious carrot cake, delicious lunches and meals, and lots of interesting art and gifts at Lincolnville Beach's Beyond the Sea. (Carrot cake thoroughly tested in our video control room!)
Great things happening in Belfast. Find out all about it from Ned Lightner of Belfast Community TV.
Two towns — Camden and Rockport, Maine. One Police Chief — Randy Gagne. Government gets creative. And it seems to work!
Maine Musician Holly Clough joins us again for LOTS of great music.
Join the owners of the schooner Appledore for inside information on her as well as her upcoming trip to Key West. Also hurricane damage in Key West.
Amelia Magjik and Steve Carroll are running for the vacant Rockland City Council seat. Though the election is over and Amelia Magjik won, join us for this uplifting interview of two competing candidates in a very friendly and informative discussion.
Hand Adventures is a premier guide service located in beautiful mid-coast Maine. They provide exciting and memorable opportunities for individuals and families to experience outdoor adventure in fishing, hiking, hunting, paddling, relaxing lake tours or custom trips.
CWS 2017-05-24 What is Hope Worth? Patricia McLean and Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House. WATCH NOW.
An amazing 90-95% of the Hospitality House hard-working clients who remain active in their program are maintaining sustainable independence more than a year out—successfully living, working, and thriving in our community. It works, because it is individualized, and humanized. It builds on trust, on building a positive human relationship. It works because they take into account the holistic human condition.
Winner of the 2015 Maine Songwriters’ Association songwriting contest, Jenny Van West’s original songs hit with passion and humor. Crossing the boundaries between country, swing, folk, her songs combine insightful poetry and embody the poignancy, joyfulness, tragedy, and humor of being human.
Kim Bernard is an artist from Rockland. She wants to have Rockland’s first sculpture race in August. Teams will build a rolling sculpture and anything goes.
Local gardening expert, Hammon Buck from Plants Unlimited in Rockport with great information about what’s happening in gardening this season.
Local media experts Ben and Jesse Ellison join Chris Wolf for show on how much the media is actually biased.
Dr. Robin Elms of Peaceful Passages talks openly about something most of us try not to think about…the end of life for our pets and how we can make it better and more peaceful for them and us.
Studebaker Miniatures, of Rockland, Maine, makes miniature furniture, beds, bedding, and other accessories for upper end doll houses. You’ll be amazed at the detail they produce in these very small pieces. Truly collectors items.
If you’re someone with an artist trapped inside of you trying to get out, this might be the place for you. Find out about the “Art Loft”, a non-profit in Rockland, Maine, where you can get all types of art classes and workshops with great instructors for a very affordable price.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine seeks to change the lives of children facing adversity for the better, forever. As a volunteer, you can make the ultimate difference in society…turning around one or more lives. Find out the details here.
Ronald Frontin is a contemporary Maine painter who continues the American realist tradition of Winslow Homer with his fastidiously rendered figural images set on the coast and in the countryside. His subjects include the hardworking fisherman and farmers of Maine and...
Join us for a great discussion with Brian Kevin from Down East talking about Maine, Down East Magazine, and the upcoming Great Maine Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Down East.
What could be greater than two young local farmers ,Elizabeth and Adam, bringing their baby lambs, Ernest and Bruce, to the Chris Wolf Show studio? Tune in for this interesting show.
We welcome Camden author Barbara Lawrence to Friday’s show. We’ll talk about her book Islands of Time and its sequel Ben’s Story. We also take a glimpse into life on the islands of Downeast Maine. Very enjoyable show.
One-on-one interview by Chris Wolf with Rockland Maine City Council Candidate Amelia Magjik.
One-on-one interview by Chris Wolf with Rockland Maine City Council candidate Ben Dorr.
Curry in Camden Maine? Well, Yes with Arif Shaikh. Find out more than you ever knew about curry and the delicious curry business Arif is working on.
There’s a song titled “If I Had a Million Dollars”. Thanks to our frugal Governor, the State of Maine now has about a billion dollar surplus. Now Maine Representatives and Senators are gleefully singing “If I Had a Billion Dollars’ as they are working to spend this “free” money. Our guest on The Chris Wolf Show is State Senator Dave Miramant, who’ll tell you some of his thoughts.
A familiar name for most everyone in the Midcoast, Roger Moody, talks about his new book, The County of Knox, Maine, A Governmental History, 1860-2015.