Our Talk is the Talk of Our Town.

WDVR’s unique roster of community-focused talk shows will motivate, educate, intrigue and entertain. Tune in: you’ll be amazed by the community of volunteers, artists & artisans, caregivers, musicians and local legends right here in our corner of the world.

WDVR’s Let’s Talk & Stepping Stones: Committed to Our Community

Unique, socially oriented & locally focused programming only on WDVR.


Let’s talk

Mondays 3-5pm

Join Andy Kin and Claudine Wolk for interesting conversations with community-minded individuals in your neighborhood. Let's Talk airs every Monday, from 3-5pm, and features Book Talk, too!

Stepping Stones

Tuesdays 5-6pm

On Stepping Stones, Hilary talks to her guests about spirituality and religion, supporting caregivers, Veterans’ issues, health and wellness, and more. Hilary hosts a special Alzheimer’s support show on the last Tuesday of each month, too.


WDVR’s community-focused talk shows are priceless resources. They shine a big spotlight on the issues that matter most to us.
— A WDVR Listener


Canal house kitchen hour

Wednesdays 4-5pm

A delicious radio show filled with recipes, music, interviews and other tasty tidbits, with Melissa Hamilton & Christopher Hirsheimer


Dogs Rule

Wednesdays 3-4pm

Do you love dogs? Want to be a better dog guardian? Then listen in for information on vet care, behavior training, canine health and wellness, and more. With Michele Armstrong.


Wednesdays 5-6pm

A locally grown show about how gardens can not only nourish the body, but the mind and soul as well. With Carl Molter.


Tempus with John Cole

Thursdays 5-7pm

Take a moment to ponder insights about our world in our time with John Cole. Enjoy interviews, poetry and an eclectic, experimental mix of music. Don’t miss the weekly update on Vladimir Putin, either.

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Fridays 4-5pm

Shep Cohen’s interviews with people from all walks of life–workers, authors, entrepreneurs, business owners, organizers, clergy, celebrities…people with big jobs and small–help us get to know what it’s like to walk in another’s shoes. For 20 years now, Shep has been bringing us the voices of people like you and me, people who try to make a difference in this world however they can.