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WHCP welcomes back Shemekia Copeland at the Avalon on Aug 2nd.  Shemekia’s last show SOLD OUT so don’t wait too long to get your tickets!

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Our Spring Membership Campaign is Here!

WHCP is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is supported by Membership Donations and Business Sponsorships. We are the only independently owned radio station on the Mid-Shore that provides local content, community news and information, and locally curated music programs! Our Giving Campaign runs until June 16th and we hope you will consider making a tax deductible donation to our efforts. Thank you!

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Read more about us from the December 2023 Talbot Spy article here!

Memorabilia from our 2018 Membership Campaign. Just wait until you see this year's stuff we have for you!

We began this notion of creating a low powered little radio station in 2015 and went on the air as 101.5. Since then, it has truly become something with the help and support of our community and members like you! 2023 and 2024 have incredibly transformative years for WHCP, and we have even MORE exciting things coming up! We are looking forward to all of the great things we have ahead in the coming months, and we hope you will be counted on to help keep Member Supported Community Radio going!! Our Spring Fundraising Drive for 2024 is currently running! Won’t you help us and make a donation today?

MidShore at the Movies at Noon

MidShore at the Movies at Noon

Midshore at the Movies Join Susan and Adam on MidShore at the Movies as they review films currently showing at local theaters, as well as movies and series streaming online.  If you miss the...

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Good morning! Coming up on 91.7 WHCP Radio with Shane Walker during Morning Edition from NPR:-Mid-Shore news, sports, community calendar, & weather -6:45am - Drew Sheckler interviews Steve Lowe & Mark Gadson of Steve Lowe & The Lowe Downs, one of the music stars in line for WHCP’S live music concert event coming up July 27-7:45am - Cecile Storm talks with Val Cavalheri about a new art hub creative space, THE FACTORY, and how it is set to change theater in Easton-8:45am - Susan Morgan & Adam Canfield of Mid-Shore at the Movies share a portion of their review of Hit ManListen on 91.7, our mobile app, your smart speaker, and at www.whcp.orgTo support music discovery and NPR on the Mid-Shore, please donate at ... See MoreSee Less
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If you love the musical discovery you hear through your speakers from WHCP then get ready to hold on to your ballcaps because we’re about to blow you away with the LIVE MUSIC we have coming to both The Oxford Community Center and the Avalon Foundation!! We’re having a weeklong anniversary celebration that kicks off at the OCC on Saturday July 27th with the WHCP Music Festival! Featuring live music from Heartside with Sam Pugh, Steve Lowe & The Lowe Downs, Daphne Eckman and Black Dog Alley Then… on Friday Aug. 2nd join us to shake out the blues with Shemekia Copeland! Get more info about both of these events and BUY TICKETS TODAY! They’re both guaranteed to sell out!! ⭐️ ⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less
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News from the Dorchester libraries…Just a heads up that both branches of the Dorchester County Public Library will be closed next Wednesday, June 19th, in observance of Juneteenth, Freedom Day. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mid-Shore Midday airs weekdays 12n-1p and is WHCP Radio's guide to the most interesting people, places, and happenings across the Mid-Shore.On today's progTalbot Historical Societyal Society's library is going digital. Kayla Weber, Operations Manager, explains the new offering plus all the other great events to enjoy about TBen Brunner - Host Brunner - Host sits down with Greg Zimmerman to discuss a public survey to gather input from the Easton community on theTalbot County Health Departmentalth Department Building. This week's ArtsShane Walkereatures Shane Walker's middMatt Fullerton director, Matt FMid-Shore Community Band, Maryland CommunityLaura Oliverand. Writer Laura Oliver shares the latest in her series How the Story Goes. Karen Cartwright has our community calendar, Jay Harrington brings back a Cambridge memory, and we'll check your weather forecast.If you'd like to be a guest on Mid-Shore Midday, please contact us at at 91.7, on our mobile app, your smart speaker, and at ... See MoreSee Less
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