Chris Ranck

Assoc. Director- Program and Operations Services

Chris Ranck is Delmarva Public Radio's Executive Producer,  Program Director  and  Automation Engineer.

Ways to Connect

Sunday, May 24th at 8PM on WSCL 89.5 FM

“Caesar's Tomb” written by Harold O. Wilson is adapted from a short story by the same name.

National Folk Festival

On the first half of today's program, Lora Bottinelli and Juila Olin tell us all about the Folklife Area and Stage coming to the National Folk Festival in Salisbury, Maryland September 7-9th, 2018.

In the second half, Gretchen Hanson gets answers regarding immigration to the United States and recent policy from the Trump Administration.

Guests:

Wednesday evening at 7PM on WSCL 89.5 FM.

This week on Delmarva In Performance, we begin our exciting series of concerts presented by Coastal Concerts with the piano four-hands duet, ZoFo .  You'll hear works by Debussy and a piano transcription of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.

creative commons

On today's program, guest host Gretchen Hanson explores the prevelance of drug abuse and addiction in the resturant industry.

Guests,

Patrick DeBow, Director of Peer Recovery Services  FHR-Fellowship Health Resources  

Matthew Krull, former bartender

Valeris Hesse, Chef in the New Orleans area

Wednesday evening at 7PM on 89.5 WSCL

On the next Delmarva In Performance, we bring you two different performances. In the first hour, we'll listen to selections from Sheridan Seyfried's "Celtic to Classical" concert recorded at Epworth UMC. In the second hour, we'll hear Johanes Brahams "German Requiem" featuring the Salisbury and University Chorales recorded in Holloway Hall on the Campus of Salisbury University.

It's been 50 years since the assassination of  Robert F. Kennedy. We take a look back at the event.

In the second half, Don Rush continues his series of interviews with Democratic candidates vying to unseat Andy Harris in Marlyand's 1st Congressional District. This round, we welcome Jesse Colvin.

Guests:

Michael O'Loughlin, Salisbury University Political Science Professor

Jesse Colvin , running for Congress in Maryland's 1st Congressional District

Wednesday evening at 7PM on 89.5 WSCL

Join us this Wednesday evening for the next edition of Delmarva in Performance. Our featured performer is concert organist Weston Jennings, who came to Christ Church Easton in September of 2017 as part of the Christ Church Easton Concert Series.  Fans of the pipe organ program, Pipedreams (Sunday evenings at 6PM) will not want to miss this one!

Maryland News Connection

Gretchen Hanson fills in for Don Rush on today's program to discuss  the Farm Bill of 2018, its impact on the SNAP, and the enduring social stigma of the food stamp program.

In the second half, Don Rush continues his series of interviews with Democratic candidates vying to unseat Andy Harris in Marlyand's 1st Congressional District. This round, we welcome Allison Galbraith.

Guests:

Tina Maria Lopez, Administrator of Training for Union County Division of Social Services in Union County, New Jersey.

Delmarva In Performance Program Schedule, 2018

Delmarva in Performance airs Wednesday 7-9PM on WSCL 89.5 FM

Note: Performances are subject to change. Please visit www.delmarvapublicradio.net for full details

May 30th Chesapeake Chamber Music “Around the World”

June 6th Weston Jennings Organ Recital from Christ Church, Easton

June 13th Sheraton Seyfried “Celtic to Classical” concert from Epworth UMC, Rehoboth

Wednesday, May 30th  at 7 PM on WSCL 89.5 FM

The 2018 Season of the Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival  begins June 5th. 

For our first Delmarva In Performace of this year, we'll bring you highlights of a CCM concert, "Around the World,  from 2017.  Our featured performers are Violinist Chatherine Cho, cellist Marcy Rosen and pianist Robert McDonald.  Don Buxton, Chesapeake Chamber Music Director, we'll also be there to give us a preview of the 2018 Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival.

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