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The Schilling Show

The Schilling Show

Weekdays from Noon – 2pm
Live: (434) 977-1070 | Voicemail Hotline: (434) 218-2349

Rob Schilling is a respected voice and trusted name in the Charlottesville community, as well as a nationally recognized investigative journalist.

He and his wife, Joan, moved to Central Virginia from Southern California in 1998 seeking a more serene lifestyle. Shortly thereafter, Rob was elected to the Charlottesville City Council, the first and last Republican to have accomplished that feat since 1986.

In his four years of elected public service, Rob gained unique insight into the machinations of local government and politics. Rob’s informed viewpoint as an “outsider” who has served on the “inside” is unrivaled in Central Virginia media.

The Schilling Show is a venue for advocacy and change. While Rob takes strong stances on issues, all points of view are welcome, and Rob often hosts guests from divergent ends of the political and social spectrums.

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Tuesday, August 19, 201408/19/2014

Hour 1: George Rasley, Orrin Hudson

George Rasley talks about the political assassination of Rick Perry and Orrin Hudson shares a message to inner city youth.

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Monday, August 18, 201408/18/2014

Hour 2: Bruce Herschensohn

Bruce Herschensohn joins Rob Schilling to talk about ISIS, Israel, and Gaza.

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Monday, August 18, 201408/18/2014

Hour 1: Matthew Vadum, Anne Grady

Matthew Vadum talks about the race riot over Michael Brown’s death and Anne Grady shares strategies for dealing with depression.

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Friday, August 15, 201408/15/2014

Hour 2: Kenric Ward, Ron Kessler

Kenric Ward joins the show from Watchdog.org and Ron Kessler talks about his book, The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents.

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Friday, August 15, 201408/15/2014

Hour 1: Louis Schultz, Scott Bandy, Keith Davies

Louis Schultz shares how the Charlottesville city manager breaks laws, Scott Bandy, The Blue Spade, sings Fry’s Spring Wants Corrective Zoning, and Keith Davies talks about Christian slaughter in Iraq.

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Thursday, August 14, 201408/14/2014

Hour 2: Scott Gottleib and Carole Thorpe

Scott Gottleib discusses the complicated treatment of Ebola and then Carole Thorpe rejoins the show to reflect on the careers of two recently deceased celebrities.

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Thursday, August 14, 201408/14/2014

Hour 1: Ken Boyd and Jefferson Area Libertarians

Albemarle County Supervisor Ken Boyd about a 29 Bypass discussion that took place last night and then the Jefferson Area Libertarians rejoin the show.

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Wednesday, August 13, 201408/13/2014

Hour 2: Martha Boneta, Janine Turner

Martha Boneta talks about Albemarle County farm regulation, Janine Turner talks about her new book, A Little Bit Vulnerable: On Hollywood, God, Sobriety, and Politics.

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Wednesday, August 13, 201408/13/2014

Hour 1: Matt Barber

Matt Barber joins Rob Schilling to talk about being wanted in Canada for hate crimes.

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Tuesday, August 12, 201408/12/2014

Hour 2: Ken Boyd

Albemarle County Supervisor Ken Boyd joins Rob Schilling to talk about a variety of local issues including Route 29.

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