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WIBC Christmas Programming

We love Christmas and are very excited about our special Christmas programming. Things kick off at 10am on Christmas Eve with the 2017 Todd Starnes All-American Christmas. FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes’ special guests include MercyMe, Laura Story, jazz great Kirk Whalum, and the 300-voice Bellevue Baptist Church Singing Christmas Tree and Orchestra. The show was recorded live at Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, TN.  

Other show's include a brand new production from the WIBC Radio Players, It's A Wonderful Life, starring Hammer + Nigel. Nigel recreates George Bailey and Jason Hammer is the crummudeonly Mr. Potter and Denny Smith plays "Angel Second Class", Clarence.

We're bringing back our popular version of A Christmas Carol, starring Greg Garrison and other WIBC personalities; A Dickens Christmas, a story about how Charles Dickens came to write the classic, "A Christmas Carol". This stars John-Rhys Davies and is backed by the music of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, In another Mormon Tab production, the late Walter Cronkite narrated One Silent Night, the story of the Christmas Truce of 1914 during WWI. 

 

Here's the full program schedule for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day:

 

Sunday, 12/24,  9am - midnight

10am - 12pm  Todd Starnes Christmas

12 - 1pm  Christmas Stories w/ Greg Garrison and Denny Smith / We Need a Little Christmas

1 - 3pm  It's A Wonderful Life

3 - 4pm  A Christmas Carol

4 - 5pm  A Dickens Christmas / One Silent Night

5 - 6pm  Christmas Stories w/ Greg Garrison and Denny Smith / We Need a Little Christmas

6 - 8pm  It's A Wonderful Life

8 - 9pm  A Christmas Carol

9 - 11pm  Todd Starnes Christmas

11pm - 12am  Sandi Patty-O Holy Night / The Messiah

 

Monday, 12/25

All Christmas music simulcast with B105.7

 

Merry Christmas! 

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