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.

Thursday, April 2, 201504/02/2015

Cares for Kids Radiothon – Hour 2

The Schilling Show comes to you LIVE from the Cares for Kids Radiothon!

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Thursday, April 2, 201504/02/2015

Cares for Kids Radiothon Live! – Hour 1

The Schilling Show comes to you LIVE from the Cares for Kids Radiothon!


Wednesday, April 1, 201504/01/2015

Hour 2: Ira Mehlman, Dede Smith

Rob Schilling is joined by Ira Mehlman and Charlottesville Vice Mayor Dede Smith.

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Wednesday, April 1, 201504/01/2015

Hour 1: Morgan Chalfant, Jim Moore

Morgan Chalfant talks about Harry Reid’s legacy and Jim Moore talks about the Jefferson Area Tea Party.


Tuesday, March 31, 201503/31/2015

Hour 2: Denise Shick, Richard Engle

Denise Shick talks about children of same-sex couples Richard Engle discusses his book, The Last American President.


Tuesday, March 31, 201503/31/2015

Hour 1: Chuck Boldt, Sarah Westwood

Chuck Boldt talks about accountability for Albemarle and Sarah Westwood explains Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Monday, March 30, 201503/30/2015

Hour 2: Sharael Kolberg

Sharael Kolberg talks about her book, A Year Unplugged: A Family’s Life Without Technology.

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Monday, March 30, 201503/30/2015

Hour 1: Bill Jacobson, Susan Stimpson, Kenric Ward

Bill Jacobson talks about how the Virginia bar bails on Israel, Susan Stimpson discusses Virginia’s bathroom proposal, and Kenric Ward talks about Terry McAuliffe’s troubles.

Thursday, March 26, 201503/26/2015

Hour 1: Rob Bell, Robert Knight, Kevin Kosar

Rob Bell examines the Tebow Bill, Robert Knight discusses mandatory voting and then Kevin Kosar joins the show to explain why executive power must be curbed.

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Wednesday, March 25, 201503/25/2015

Hour 2: Dr. Charles Battig

Dr. Charles Battig joins Rob Schilling to combat the global warming myths.

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