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Host, This is Atlanta with Alicia Steele
Assistant News Director/Reporter

Charles Edwards is the Assistant News Director for 90.1 FM WABE. As a reporter, he covers a variety of topics and issues. However, he specializes in politics and closely covers Atlanta City Hall and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.

Charles...

Host of All Things Considered and Marketplace

All Things Considered and Marketplace are locally hosted by broadcast veteran Denis O’Hayer. Prior to working at WABE, Denis covered local affairs, politics and government for 11 years as a political reporter for WXIA/11Alive. As ATC host, he...

Host of Blues Classics and Jazz Classics

H. was raised in a musical household, with jazz surrounding him at an early age. He is a natural at piano, having been told he did not need lessons due to his keen ear and ability to improvise.

H. began his career in radio when WAOK...

Host of Weekend Edition/Reporter

Host of City Café, The Stargazer's Journal and Performance Today

Since Groundhog Day 2009, John Lemley has served up a “plateful of classics and variety of sides” each weekday at noon on the public radio program, City Café (90.1 FM, WABE and wabe.org).  John is host of the Atlanta-based broadcast,...

Host of Second Cup Concert, ASO Broadcasts and Spivey Soirée

The distinctive voice of Lois Reitzes has been heard over WABE’s airwaves since 1979. Lois is Atlanta’s favorite classical announcer. As host of the weekday program Second Cup Concert, which airs from 9 a.m. until noon, she selects...

Host of Nocturne, Atlanta Music Scene and Aubade

Veteran classical personality Robert Hubert has served as WABE’s late night host on Nocturne for many years. In addition, Robert has brought “live” concerts from around metro Atlanta to WABE audiences via Atlanta Music Scene...

Host, Morning Edition

Steve Goss was first allowed inside a radio station when he interned as a writer and producer for Atlanta News/Talk station WGST. When he was hired by sister station, WPCH (“Peach”), he embarked on a broadcasting career that few in Atlanta have...