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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Friday, November 7, 201411/07/2014

Hour 2: Kenric Ward, Tara Raj and Garrett Allen, Keith Davies

Kenric Ward talks about Warner vs. Gillespie, Tara Raj and Garrett Allen, young entrepreneurs, talk about their voters choice app and Keith Davies discusses the forgotten orphans of ISIS.


Friday, November 7, 201411/07/2014

Hour 1: Marjorie Dannenfelser, Tom Del Beccaro

Marjorie Dannenfelser shares how the war on women is dead and Tom Del Beccaro talks about California conservatism.

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Thursday, November 6, 201411/06/2014

Hour 2: Dede Smith

City Councilor Dede Smith joins the show for a lively discussion.


Thursday, November 6, 201411/06/2014

Hour 1: Eric Seitz

The return of the political armchair philosopher.


Wednesday, November 5, 201411/05/2014

Hour 2: Lowell Ponte, Chris Farrell, Adam Kredo

Lowell Ponte talks about Obama importing democrat voters, Chris Farrell talks about stolen elections, and Adam Kredo gives a Middle East update.

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Wednesday, November 5, 201411/05/2014

Hour 1: Norm Leahy, Dr. Jerome Corsi

Norm Leahy gives an election analysis and Dr. Corsi talks about defeating Mitch McConnell.

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Tuesday, November 4, 201411/04/2014

Hour 2: Gary Aldrich, Frank Vernuccio

Gary Aldrich and Frank Vernuccio talk about the election. Rob Schilling is also joined by listeners giving updates about what they are seeing at the polls.

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Tuesday, November 4, 201411/04/2014

Hour 1: Carly Fiorina, Eric Schiffer

Carly Fiorina exposes the bogus war On women and Eric Schiffer talks about the possibility of voter machines being hacked. Rob Schilling is also joined by listeners giving updates about what they are seeing at the polls.

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Monday, November 3, 201411/03/2014

Hour 2: Dr. Jantz, Tom McCrystal

Dr. Gregg Jantz talks about his book, Raising Boys By Design: Why Boys Are Losing It, and Tom McCrystal gives a space travel update.

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Monday, November 3, 201411/03/2014

Hour 1: Robert Hurt, Michael Short, Dave Brat

Robert Hurt talks about tomorrow’s election, Michael Short talks about the GOP Senate prospects, and Dave Brat shares why he is running for Congress.

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