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.


Tuesday, October 27, 201510/27/2015

10/27/15 Hour 1: Martha Boneta, George Bialkowski, Matt Hardin

Martha Boneta talks about FOIA troubles in Faquier, George Bialkowski discusses saving Point of Fork, and Matt Hardin talks about a Lunsford FOIA request.

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Monday, October 26, 201510/26/2015

(10-26-15) Hour 2: Mike Basile, Rockeybell Audatura

Mike Basile promotes his bid for School Board and then Rockeybell Audatura shares his tale of transition.


Monday, October 26, 201510/26/2015

(10-26-15) Hour 1: Jon Sutz

Jon Sutz shares the hard facts about the refugee crisis.

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Friday, October 23, 201510/23/2015

10/23/15 Hour 2: Kym Hodgeson Rouillard, Rob Bell,Lisa Provence

Kym Hodgeson Rouillard shares why she is running for Fluvanna Clerk of Court, Rob Bell talks about the dangers of early release for drug offenders, and Lisa Provence shares a C-ville News roundup.

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Friday, October 23, 201510/23/2015

10/23/15 Hour 1: JR Hoeft, CJ Hatcher, Christine Harbin Hanson

JR Hoeft gives a state politics update, CJ Hatcher shares why she is running for the Albemarle County School Board, and Christine Harbin Hanson talks about the Export-Import Bank resurrection.

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Thursday, October 22, 201510/22/2015

(10-22-15) Hour 2: Neil Williamson

Neil Williamson rejoins the show for another engrossing discussion of free enterprise.


Thursday, October 22, 201510/22/2015

(10-22-15) Hour 1: Robert Tracci

Rob discusses a myriad of current events and issues and then Robert Tracci promotes his bid for Commonwealth’s Attorney.

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Wednesday, October 21, 201510/21/2015

(10-21-15) Hour 2: Shak Hill, Ron Tunick, Rob Pincus

Shak Hill provides us with an update from the Ted Cruz campaign, Ron Tunick warns why free college could be…


Wednesday, October 21, 201510/21/2015

(10-21-15) Hour 1 – Franklin Micciche, Matt Barber

Franklin Micciche promotes his bid for for office and then Matt Barber on the Twin Beasts of the Apocalypse.

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Tuesday, October 20, 201510/20/2015

10/20/15 Hour 2: John Guandolo, Steve Landes

John Guandolo talks about if Jesus was a Muslim and Delegate Steve Landes talks about why he serves.

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