2018 Relevant Radio Programming Updates

Relevant Radio | Radio Programming Updates

Relevant Radio | Radio Programming Updates

In our ongoing journey to entertain and educate with the finest programming to our audience, Relevant Radio has made some changes in the programming schedule.  Relevant Radio will begin broadcasting “A Closer Look™” with Sheila Liaugminas across the network starting Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 6pm ET/3pm PT replacing Catholic Answers Live®. 

Sheila Liaugminas is an Emmy Award winning journalist who constantly features incredible and knowledgeable guests on her program, bringing up to date intelligent, relevant and reliable commentary to the issues of the day from a Catholic perspective.  

To ring in the New Year, Relevant Radio brings you a captivating month of special programming in January. Relevant Radio will display the future of the Church at the SLS ’18 Conference presented by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students in Chicago.  

Furthermore, Relevant Radio associates will act as correspondents during the week.  Make sure to listen for their special reports bringing us the thrill of thousands of young Catholics getting together in Chicago to be inspired in their faith and encouraged in their journey.  

Bishop Robert Barron, Father Mike Schmitz and a handful of others will be there. On Friday, January 19th, tune in for hourly updates and special live reports from the Annual March for Life in Washington D.C. where hundreds of thousands are projected to attent again this year.

The following day, Saturday, January 20th, Relevant Radio will be broadcasting live from the quickest growing Pro-Life march in the country, OneLife LA. Join Relevant Radio associates Joe Sikorra, Don Johnson, Kaylyn Green and Joseph Nesta for this one of a kind extended live broadcast from sunny California.  

Relevant Radio will also be at other Pro-Life events in a variety of other markets, including Pro-Life Chicago, on January 14th, with Relevant Radio Show Host Sheila Liaugminas serving as emcee.