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Listeners Club

Saturday Breakfast Party (WJTN)

Welcome to WJTN's The Saturday Breakfast Party - presented by The Tanglewood Group!   WJTN's Dennis Webster is the Master of Ceremonies for this weekly event, America's longest running live audience participation program.  Tune in each Saturday from 9:00am-10:00am for the live broadcast direct from Friendly's in Brooklyn Square Jamestown.  Or better yet, make your reservations today to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, retirement, etc.  This is the program where the area comes to celebrate!  Contact Friendly's Restaurant at 716-483-0081 to make your reservations for an upcoming show! 

The Times of Your Life (WJTN)

The Times of Your Life airs Saturday morning at 10am, live, on WJTN 1240 AM in Jamestown, NY. The program is co-hosted by Andrew Hill and Russ Dietrich.  The show started in the late 1990's by legendary WJTN broadcast Jim Roselle and Russ.  The goal of the program is to introduce interesting people with great stories about life and The Times of Your Life.  Check out the program's Facebook Page for past and future guests and listen to a past program, here.

Chautauqua Today (WJTN)

Beyond our special events coverage from the 1920’s-1960’s WJTN began a broadcasting tradition in the summer of 1974.  Chautauqua Remote legendary broadcaster, and 2010 New York State Broadcast Hall of Fame inductee, Jim Roselle,  interviewed hundreds of powerful speakers and shared the "Chautauqua Mix" with summer residents and WJTN listeners each weekday from 8:30-Noon during the Nine Week summer series each June-August.  After Jim's passing in the winter of 2016, WJTN's Dennis Webster and Matt Warren continue Jim's tradition at Chautauqua.  Check out the Facebook Page for our daily pictures of those we are interviewing.  You never know who will stop by!

For more information on Chautauqua please visit www.ciweb.org and head over to our "On-Demand" Audio page to listen to interviews Jim had done at Chautauqua as well as TODAY'S interviews!
High School Bowl (WJTN & WWSE)

High School Bowl” is WJTN and SE93's local academic competition, which encourages Junior and Senior High School children to excel at the academic level.  The program airs Sunday's at 8:00am on WWSE and Saturday's at 12:15pm on WJTN.  The program is produced by Dennis Webster and can be heard during the school year in our Podcasting Section.

Farm Bureau Radio Show (WJTN & WWSE)

Since the late 1970’s Dennis Webster has been preparing a weekly agriculture program in conjunction with the Chautauqua County Farm Bureau. The “Farm Bureau Radio Show” features interviews with local agricultural producers and leaders, as well as farm spokespeople from across the region. The program airs on WJTN Sunday's at 7:00am and on WWSE at 7:30am. Dennis supports the Chautauqua County 4-H Meat Animal Sale by interviewing 4-H youth on the radio and has featured his radio broadcast from the Chautauqua County Fair 4-H sale arena for over 30 years.  You can listen to the program in our Podcasting Section.

Senior Living Moment (WJTN)

Tune in each week as WJTN's Dennis Webster brings a member of the Tangewood Group family into the WJTN Studio to talk about Senior Issues, Stories and Information for seniors and caretakers on The Senior Living Moment. Miss a program?  Listen Here!

 

Country Music Classics (WHUG)

My Country 101.9, WHUG presents the Classic Country Radio Show - the finest selection of traditional country music.  We have one of the most loyal listening audiences in the Jamestown, NY area and are proud to continue the tradition that "Uncle Bruce" Baker presented to his audience for years. Tune in each Saturday from 6am-9am as WHUG's Dan Warren spins the tunes.  Make your request for this upcoming weekend's show by emailing Dan Warren. 

R.I.P. Jim Roselle

 

WJTN's legendary broadcaster, Jim Roselle, passed away on March 23, 2016.  Jim began his radio career at WJTN in 1953 and throughout his career interviewed Kings and Queens, Hollywood Stars and some of the greatest minds of humanity while broadcasting at his studio within Chautauqua Institution.  To say Jim was "one of a kind" would be an understatement.  Jim believed that a listener of his program, regardless of their income, background, ethnicity, etc. was "his friend".  We will deeply miss Jim's character in our hallways.