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The Helping Hand

Every Monday through Saturday

8:30AM - 9:30AM

One of the most popular shows on WRAB is "The Helping Hand Show", heard Monday through Saturday from
9:00 - 9:30am
hosted by Archie Anderson. 

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The Gospel Show

Monday through Friday
9:30AM to 11:00AM

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The American Christian Music Review 

with Linda O'Brien Fridays 1PM to 3PM

The American Christian Music Review is a 2 hour weekly syndicated radio show, featuring country music with a positive message-- Today's Brightest Country Music. The show includes positive music from mainstream artists, such as Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Chesney, and many others.

Host Linda O'Brian knows music! With 20 years of broadcasting experience Linda O'Brian brings to ACMR her vast knowledge of Country Music.

The American Christian Music Revue has been hosted by the Country and Christian music veteran since 1994. Listeners find her warm, friendly sound is inviting and Linda loves to let the music speak for itself with songs about family life, faith in troubled times, and peace for all times. With over 20 years experience in major markets, Linda's natural delivery is warm and her work style is easy.  

WRAB crawled through our archives and found - This day in History

Suicide bombers stage attacks in Bali

On October 1, 2005, suicide bombers strike three restaurants in two tourist areas on the Indonesian island of Bali, a popular resort area. The bombings killed 22 people, including the bombers, and injured more than 50 others. This was the second suicide-bombing incident to rock the island in less ...

Gunman opens fire on Las Vegas concert crowd, wounding hundreds and killing 58

On October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd attending the final night of a country music festival in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and injuring more than 800.

Lawrence of Arabia captures Damascus

A combined Arab and British force captures Damascus from the Turks during World War I, completing the liberation of Arabia. An instrumental commander in the Allied campaign was T.E. Lawrence, a legendary British soldier known as Lawrence of Arabia. Lawrence, an Oxford-educated Arabist born in ...

Nazi war criminals sentenced at Nuremberg

On October 1, 1946, 12 high-ranking Nazis are sentenced to death by the International War Crimes Tribunal in Nuremberg. Among those condemned to death by hanging were Joachim von Ribbentrop, Nazi minister of foreign affairs; Hermann Goering, founder of the Gestapo and chief of the German air force; ...

Yosemite National Park established

On October 1, 1890, an act of Congress creates Yosemite National Park, home of such natural wonders as Half Dome and the giant sequoia trees. Environmental trailblazer John Muir (1838-1914) and his colleagues campaigned for the congressional action, which was signed into law by President Benjamin ...

Roger Maris breaks home-run record

On October 1, 1961, New York Yankee Roger Maris becomes the first-ever major-league baseball player to hit more than 60 home runs in a single season. The great Babe Ruth set the record in 1927; Maris and his teammate Mickey Mantle spent 1961 trying to break it. After hitting 54 homers, Mantle ...

Jimmy Carter is born

On October 1, 1924, future President James Earl Carter is born in Plains, Georgia. Carter, who preferred to be called “Jimmy,” was the son of a peanut farmer and was the first president to be born in a hospital. Carter was raised a devoted Southern Baptist and graduated from the Naval Academy in ...

Scientific American reports that radio will soon be used to transmit music to the home

In an 1888 novel called Looking Backward: 2000-1887, author Edward Bellamy imagined a scene in which a time-traveler from 1887 reacts to a technological advance from the early 21st century that he describes as, "An arrangement for providing everybody with music in their homes, perfect in quality, ...

Johnny Carson makes debut as "Tonight Show" host

On October 1, 1962, Johnny Carson takes over from Jack Paar as host of the late-night talk program The Tonight Show. Carson went on to host The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson for three decades, becoming one of the biggest figures in entertainment in the 20th century. John William Carson was ...

Earthquake rocks Southern California

An earthquake in Whittier, California, kills 6 people and injures 100 more on October 1, 1987. The quake was the largest to hit Southern California since 1971, but not nearly as damaging as the Northridge quake that would devastate parts of Los Angeles seven years later. Whittier is a small town ...

A bomb explodes in the Los Angeles Times building

A massive explosion destroys the Los Angeles Times building in the city’s downtown area, killing 21 and injuring many more. Since Los Angeles Times publisher Harrison Otis, a virulent opponent of unions, believed that the bomb was directed at him, he hired the ...

A 12-year-old girl is kidnapped, leading to California’s “three strikes” law

Polly Klaas is abducted at knifepoint by an intruder in her Petaluma, California, home during a slumber party with two friends. Despite a massive manhunt and national attention, there was no sign of the missing 12-year-old or her abductor for two months. Eventually, investigators found some ...

Mikhail Gorbachev becomes head of Soviet Union

Having forced the resignation of Soviet leader Andrei Gromyko, Mikhail Gorbachev names himself head of the Supreme Soviet. Within two years, he was named “Man of the Decade” by Time magazine for his role in bringing the Cold War to a close. Beginning in 1985, when he became general secretary of ...

Mao Zedong proclaims People’s Republic of China

Naming himself head of state, communist revolutionary Mao Zedong officially proclaims the existence of the People’s Republic of China; Zhou Enlai is named premier. The proclamation was the climax of years of battle between Mao’s communist forces and the regime of Nationalist Chinese leader Chiang ...

Confederate spy Rose O’Neal Greenhow dies

Confederate spy Rose O’Neal Greenhow drowns off the North Carolina coast when a Yankee craft runs her ship aground. She was returning from a trip to England. At the beginning of the war, Maryland native Rose O’Neal Greenhow lived in Washington, D.C., with her four children. Her deceased husband was ...

Ford Motor Company unveils the Model T

On October 1, 1908, the first production Model T Ford is completed at the company’s Piquette Avenue plant in Detroit. Between 1908 and 1927, Ford would build some 15 million Model T cars. It was the longest production run of any automobile model in history until the Volkswagen Beetle surpassed it ...

Experiments begin on homosexuals at Buchenwald

On October 1, 1944, the first of two sets of medical experiments involving castration are performed on homosexuals at the Buchenwald concentration camp, near Weimar, Germany. Buchenwald was one of the first concentration camps established by the Nazi regime. Constructed in 1937, it was a complement ...





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The Classic Country JAMBOREE

with Michelle Jasko Saturday from 6AM - 8AM

Every week the Classic Country Jamboree invites you into our Music City studios direct from Nashville TN, the home of country music and the legendary artists who record here. It's 2 hours of great fun, music and memories. 

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25 Years of Hits

with Mike Allen
Saturdays from 10AM - 12PM

Each week “25 Years of Hits” gives you a 2-hour music intensive ‘count-up’ show that cleverly connects 1986 with 2011 in chronological order.

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Rick Jackson’s Country Classics

Saturdays from 1 PM - 4 PM

Rick Jackson’s Country Classics airs Saturday nights starting at 9:00pm and Sunday mornings starting at 9:00am on Classic Country WNKR/106.7FM.

Rick brings a unique show each week to listeners across the country, with a wide variety of themed shows, fun facts, stories about the artists, and a whole lot of great Classic Country music that all country music fans know and love. 

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INTO THE BLUE

with Terry Herd 
Saturdays from 5PM - 6PM

Hosted by Nashville’s four-time IBMA Broadcaster of the Year Terry Herd, the nationally syndicated Into The Blue features the very best in new, current and vintage bluegrass, as well as insightful anecdotes and interviews with the stars.

The Into the Blue music library includes more than 100,000 titles.

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SUNDAY Services

with Rick Jackson
Saturdays from 1PM - 4PM

7:30AM Brother Donald King
8:00AM Randy's Vintage Gospel with Randy Blakely
8:30AM Eddy Baptist Church with Ray King
9:00AM Grace & Mercy Hour with Matt Jordan
    Pastor of the Rocky Mount Primitive Baptist Church
9:30AM The Lutheran Hour (9:30 - 10:00)
11:00AM The Arab First Methodist Church
12:00PM The Singing News (Top 20 Count Down)
2:00PM Bill Gaither's Homecoming Radio Hour
3:00PM GospelFest with Shawn Degenhart
5:00PM Les Butler and Friends (Bluegrass Gospel)

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Tenille Arts Wins First CCMA Award

Tenille Arts started the week with news her current single, “Somebody Like That,” hit #27 Mediabase and #28 Billboard and ended the week winning the Rising Star award at last night’s 38th Annual Canadian Country Music Association Awards. Continue reading Tenille Arts Wins First CCMA Award→ The post Tenille Arts Wins First CCMA Award first appeared on Country Music News Blog | CMNB.

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Going Tiny: Resources, Needs, and Dreams (part one)

Today we’re going to explore some of the planning and budgeting aspects as we continue our journey into building a tiny cabin country music community in the foothills of the Ozarks. While the tiny home concept seems to be everywhere these days, it seems very few people talk about how to make the finance side of things work, both during construction, and long after it’s done. While...

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Dolly: The Ultimate Collection Available From Time Life Today

FROM THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE TO INTERNATIONAL SUPERSTARDOM, ONE ICONIC ENTERTAINER HAS SPENT THE LAST 50 YEARS SINGING AND LAUGHING HER WAY INTO OUR HEARTS… TIME LIFE PROUDLY UNVEILS A DELUXE, FIRST-EVER, DVD COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTING THE SPECTACULAR CAREER OF THE QUEEN OF COUNTRY  DOLLY: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION The Greatest Moments from Dolly’s Rags-to-Rhinestones Career are on Full...

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Winners of the 2020 ACM Awards and Show Recap

In an unprecedented broadcast, the 2020 ACM Awards managed to convey the loneliness and hopeful spirit we’ve all shared as a nation as we wait out this pandemic. Empty seats in venues all across Nashville represented the vast array of spaces that seem to be holding their breath just waiting for fans to be allowed back in. But in those empty spaces, artists seemed even more raw and real than...

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Taylor Swift and the Seven-Year Itch

Australian philosopher Rudolf Steiner had a popular theory that every person life can be broken down into 7-year cycles, based on their astrology. That we tend to change jobs, locations, and even relationships based around that 7-year itch to start anew. Whether there is any truth in that is up to the big heads of the room to debate, but it sure seems that way when you look at country...

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Best Types Of Entertainment Acts

This fall as the world finally starts to get back to a spinning status, many of our friends and family are planning tentative but elaborate get-togethers to celebrate the end of a very long and stressful pandemic summer. If you’re looking to up the wow-factor of your event, you might want to consider adding some entertainment to your plans. *This article may contain affiliate links or paid...

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Jessie Buckley and her band Jessie & The Leonards release powerful video for frontline workers

Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/OW1iHv12eZc Proceeds to (Royal College Of Nursing) RCN Foundation “I am beyond grateful for absolutely everything the NHS workers have done. They are warriors. But being a warrior comes with its own challenges. It’s scary, it’s tiring, it’s heart-breaking, it’s lonely, it’s the rawest and strongest of what humanity is” Jessie Buckley Performed by the...

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Josh Abbott Band To Release New Album, The Highway Kind, On November 13, 2020

Listen to the title track off the  album now here: smarturl.it/HighwayKind  Pre-Order available now: linktr.ee/JoshAbbottBand Josh Abbott Band will release their new album The Highway Kind on November 13, 2020.   The band released the title track from the album here: smarturl.it/HighwayKind.  The follow-up to 2017’s string and horn-infused Until My Voice Goes Out, the uplifting 10-track...

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Going Tiny: Doing More With Less

Building tiny: Tiny cabin country music compound construction in the Ozark foothills of northeastern Oklahoma Continue reading Going Tiny: Doing More With Less→ The post Going Tiny: Doing More With Less first appeared on Country Music News Blog | CMNB.

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Breaking: ACM Awards Name Winners In Songwriter, Video And Music Event Categories

2020 ACM Awards. Academy ofCountry Music Award winners, performances and live stream Continue reading Breaking: ACM Awards Name Winners In Songwriter, Video And Music Event Categories→ The post Breaking: ACM Awards Name Winners In Songwriter, Video And Music Event Categories first appeared on Country Music News Blog | CMNB.

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