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Since July 4, 2015 WHCP, 101.5 FM has been the MidShore’s only local noncommercial FM station reaching an estimated 2,000 local listeners weekly, and streaming listeners online in 33 countries and 25 states.  100% our ongoing operating funds come from our listeners and local businesses.  WHCP is unique as the area’s only <em>all volunteer community radio station  driven solely by the passion of our volunteer Board, managers, and on-air hosts.

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Wednesday, September 22 at 7:30, bring a blanket, lawn chairs and a picnic and head to Long Wharf lawn (by the Pumping Station) to see a free outdoor production of ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ presented by the Brown Box Theatre Project. They are wonderful, fun and talented touring thespians!Only two weeks left of our Much Ado About Nothing tour! Don't miss this amazing show before it's gone for good! Here is where we will be this week:SEPT 15 | Dagsboro I Holts Landing State ParkSEPT 17 | Princess Anne I Manokin River ParkSEPT 18 | St. Michaels I Muskrat ParkSEPT 19 | Salisbury I Pohanka Riverwalk Amphitheater ... See MoreSee Less
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WHCP was founded by former NPR CTO Mike Starling, who has served as the founding station manager and chief engineer since inception.  His belief in the power and importance of community radio was shared by former commercial and public radio colleagues nationwide.  When they learned of Mike’s “retirement plans” for Cambridge Community Radio, the donations poured in and WHCP began operations with the blessing of two well appointed studios of previously owned, but still state of the art broadcast equipment. Our mission is to provide the area with diverse music, thoughtful information and public affairs programs of the highest quality. WHCP is committed to programs that entertain, educate and inform in a lively, varied, and sensitive way. We help listeners explore, celebrate, and stay informed about the world and our local Cambridge community.