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WBJC Welcomes New GM!
Richard Miles was named general manager of WBJC after a nationwide search. Effective August 2, Miles will replace former longtime general manager Joe Hutchins, who retired in December 2019, and take over from Interim General Manager, Jonathan Palevsky.
“Richard’s extensive experience in public radio will be an asset to WBJC and its strong 70 year history. We are thrilled Richard is joining WBJC and look forward to his leadership and building on the strong foundation that already exists,” stated Dr. Debra L. McCurdy, BCCC President.
Miles brings over 30 years of management experience in public radio, serving most recently as the general manager of WBAA Public Radio at Purdue University. He also served on the board of Public Radio in Mid America (PRIMA) and was the chair of the Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations (IPBS). Additionally, Miles held senior leadership positions at WFYI, Indianapolis public radio, including vice president of interactive media and content strategy and vice president of audio services and TV programming. 
“I am excited to join the BCCC family and be able to work in a community that supports such a wide range of great public media. I am also looking forward to helping the WBJC team build on the strong foundation and reputation the station enjoys throughout the region,” said Miles.
Programming Notes

AUGUST 7 @1pm
Elektra / R. Strauss (Archival, 1965)
Swedish Royal Opera

AUGUST 14 @1pm
Manon / Massenet
Opéra de Paris
AUGUST 21 @1pm
The Demon / Rubinstein
Opéra National de Bordeaux

AUGUST 28 @1pm
Parsifal / Wagner
Opéra du Capitole de Toulouse

Hippolyte et Aricie / Rameau
Opéra Comique

Your continued support for opera keeps the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts and other live performances on the WBJC Operafest coming to you on Saturdays throughout the year. 

Join Judith Krummeck for an interview series on WBJC devoted to the world of books — from different genres, to book awards, to local and national authors — everything to do with books. Booknotes is made possible by our members.


Leana Wen’s book Lifelines is part memoir, part celebration of public health—and it’s altogether timely.

Listener's Choice

Kati Harrison plays your requests every Friday evening during our long-running request show, Listener's Choice. You can request your favorite music anytime by emailing listenerschoice@wbjc.com or by visiting us on Facebook. You can even call in during the week (410-580-5800) and we'll make sure Kati gets your request!
mother handing key to daughter

Leave a legacy that will keep classical music radio alive for years to come. Consider a bequest or trust to WBJC. Speak to your financial planner today and help secure WBJC's future for the next generation of classical music lovers.

Kim Chase appears in a production of Serenity House, from Addiction to Deliverance, at the Huber Community Life Center August 27th through 29th. More information available here.

Judith Krummeck will be at Bethany Beach Books on August 28th at 7pm for a meet and greet signing of Old New Worlds. More information available here.
Getting a new car? Don’t trade-in, donate!

Before you head to the dealer, plan to donate your older vehicle to WBJC. Usually the value you'll receive for your donation will meet or exceed what the dealer will offer you as a trade-in and is fully tax-deductible. We also take boats and RVs!

Call 855-WBJC-CAR or donate securely online.  Click here to see how easy it is!