Middays with Matt Brooks
10am – 3pm Weekdays
Push through the work week every midday with Matt Brooks. He’ll play your soundtrack to get through the work day, going commercial-less during your lunch break with the ‘More Music Lunch Hour.’ Celebrate a holiday with your lunch as he unveils foodie holidays and discover the latest of what’s going on in the tech world with ‘Tech for the Day.’
Afternoons with Ed Smith
3pm – 7pm Weekdays
Ed helps you finish the workday with all your favorites and the Impossible Question on X101. This is a great area to grow up and live. Spent many days riding 4-wheelers on my dad’s 40 acres in Preble, I love the different seasons. I did start falling in love with radio when I was 16 years old, thanks in part to WXHC. I graduated from Homer High School in 2004. Go Homer Trojans! Spent 4 fun years at SUNY Oswego and graduated with a degree in broadcasting. Now, my son Ben, 3 cats, and wife keep me pretty busy! I’m excited to be on air in my hometown. I do have a very important job… helping you kick the weekend off at 5pm on Fridays.
Friday Nite Rock ‘N’ Roll With Johnny West
7pm – Midnight
Hangout with local rocker Johnny West. He’ll bring you some of his favorite’s, people he’s toured with, classic hits and special live cuts.
Meet Cortland County
9am – 9:05am Saturdays
Our weekly public affairs program on X101, featuring interviews with local politicians, event organizers and more. It airs every Saturday morning and can be heard again or anytime On-Demand at wxhc.com and with our app.
Rewind with Gary Bryan
10am – 3pm Saturdays
Take a rewind and hear your favorites from the 70s, 80s & some 90s hits!. Hosted by Gary Bryan of L.A’s K-Earth 101. Featuring countdowns, exclusive interviews, trivia and your requests.
Casey Kasem’s American Top 40 – The 70’s
3pm – 6pm Saturdays
On the air for over 50 years, Casey founded the radio staple American Top 40, which continues to be the most relevant source for pop music hits. To this day, there is no better way to experience classic hits than with Casey and the Classic American Top 40 Countdown.
JukeBox Saturday Night
6pm – 9pm
Relive the musical memories of the late 50’s and early 60’s. You’ll hear the best of the standards, the best of the Doo Wop groups, and of course JukeBox Saturday Night wouldn’t be complete without the pioneers of Rock & Roll!
Sounds of Sinatra
6am – 8am Sundays – Hosted by Sid Mark
The King of the Hill has crowned Sunday morning since we hit the airwaves 27 years ago. This show is loaded with interviews, off stage tales, and continuing current commentary from Old Blue Eyes!
Dennis Mitchell’s Breakfast with the Beatles
8am – 10am Sundays
You’ll hear the latest Beatles news, a bit of trivia and, of course all your ‘Fab Four’ Favorites!
Into the 70s
10am – 3pm Sundays – Hosted by Todd Chambless
Join Todd Chambless as he presents this show in his unique style! It’s all the 1970’s stuff you remember!
Nina Blackwood’s Absolutely 80s
3pm – 6pm Sundays
A 3-hour show that transports you back to the 1980s. No one knows the ’80s like original MTV VJ Nina Blackwood. She helped set the musical tastes and trends that are being celebrated today!