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, Associated Press award-winning 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.


Wednesday, September 9, 201509/09/2015

9/9/15 Hour 2: Patrick Wood, Ira Mehlman, Kellie Fiedorek

Patrick Wood, Ira Mehlman, and Kellie Fiedorek join Rob Schilling for hour 2 of The Schilling Show.


Wednesday, September 9, 201509/09/2015

9/9/15 Hour 1: Brooke McGowan, Bob Young, Kim and Ashton Ryan

Brooke McGowan, Bob Young, and Kim and Ashton Ryan join Rob Schilling for hour 1 of The Schilling Show.

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Tuesday, September 8, 201509/08/2015

Hour 2: Ken Boyd

Ken Boyd joins Rob Schilling to talk about 29 and construction.

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Tuesday, September 8, 201509/08/2015

Hour 1: Rep Doug Collins, Tyler Foote

Rep Doug Collins talks about the plan to repeal and replace Obamacare and Tyler Foote talks about being the new AFP Virginia State Director.


Friday, September 4, 201509/04/2015

Hour 2: Chris Horner, Bob Fenwick, Phyllis Schlafly

Chris Horner talks about the McAuliffe climate coverup, Bob Fenwick shares information about the redevelopment forum, and Phyllis Schlafly talks about how women don’t belong in combat.

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Friday, September 4, 201509/04/2015

Hour 1: JR Hoeft, Gilbert Monroe

JR Hoeft talks about the Herring/Northam deal and Gilbert Monroe shares information about the Citizens Fire Academy.

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Thursday, September 3, 201509/03/2015

Hour 2: Rob Bell, René Zografos, CJ Hatcher

Rob Bell provides us with an update from Richmond, René Zografos details the subject of his book “Attractive Unattractive Americans” and then CJ Hatcher promotes her run for School Board.


Thursday, September 3, 201509/03/2015

Hour 1: Eric Seitz

The Return of the Armchair Philosopher!

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Wednesday, September 2, 201509/02/2015

Hour 2: Julie Lythcott-Haims, Councilor Dede Smith

Julie Lythcott-Haims talks about her book “How to Raise An Adult” and then Councilor Dede Smith joins us once again for another…

Wednesday, September 2, 201509/02/2015

Hour 1: Robert Hurt, Shaun McCutcheon, Susan Kone

Congressman Robert Hurt once again joins the Schilling Show, Shaun McCutcheon joins us to talk about the Iran Deal and then Susan…

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