• 8:00am - 12:00pm

    Sunday Morning Joy

    Start your day with Sunday Morning Joy and get inspired with today’s best inspiration and gospel music hosted by New Shiloh’s Rev. Daniel Carter and Pastor Harold Carter Jr.!

    New Shiloh’s Rev. Daniel Carter and Pastor Harold Carter Jr.

    Source: New Shiloh

  • 12:00pm - 3:00pm

    Doresa Harvey

    Doresa Harvey

    Source: Doresa Harvey / Doresa Harvey

    Doresa Harvey currently reigns as the #1 midday Gospel personality on WCAO Heaven 600 – the #1 rated Gospel contemporary station in the country. You can hear this Midday Gospel Diva on the air Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

    Doresa came to WCAO in 1991 as an intern and was hired as a board technician while still completing her studies in radio broadcasting. In November of 1991, “Heaven 600” was officially launched and Doresa was the first female board technician hired. After two years of “board teching,” Doresa was promoted and worked as Public Service Assistant for a year.

    In 1994, Doresa was again promoted; this time, to programming as weekend personality and host of “Melodies of Inspiration;” Sunday mornings, 9 a.m. – 11a.m. on V-103 FM. Doresa was added to the AM staff of Heaven 600 as a fill-in announcer. Soon after, she was added to weekends on Heaven 600, holding down two air shifts back-to-back on Sunday mornings on V- 103 FM 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Heaven 600. Doresa began her quest to become the best female announcer on the East Coast. A co-host was added on V-103 FM and the show was transformed to “True Victory.”

    After four years of holding down weekends and fill-in announcer, while maintaining two full time jobs, Doresa was promoted in October ’98 to middays. In Febuary 2019 Doresa began a journey at Radio One Sundays on Magic 95.9FM 12pm-3pm and Praise 106.1FM as fill-in announcer.

    With a very personable and laid back personality and strong God fearing faith, Doresa is a member of  the Greater Hope Church of God In Christ. Elder Stephen Jones Pastor.

  • 7:00pm - 12:00am

    Lion’s Den With Ryan da Lion

    Ryan da Lion

    Source: @tkminspired / @TKMInspired

    Born in Brooklyn, New York, raised in Kingston, Jamaica and later residing in Atco, New Jersey, Ryan Da Lion is the product of a hodgepodge of culturally-inspired musical innovation. He attended Towson State University and went from college DJ to host and promoter to an experienced broadcast media professional.
    After graduating from the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland with a major in Radio and TV production, he began a career in broadcast media working as a board operator, production specialist, producer, mixer, on-air personality, and Assistant Director of Creative Imaging [Xfinity Broadcasting]. Soon, Ryan took his talents to South Beach in Miami, Florida where he showcased his skills on WMIB-FM with a weekend mix show that later turned into him being selected to host the weekly night show. While there, he also produced “The Ol Skool Show” with Hip Hop legends Special Ed and Howie Tee, as well as worked with Keith Sweat to develop the now-syndicated program, “The Keith Sweat Hotel”.
    After a format change and to continue diversifying his industry experience, in 2015 Ryan took his talents to VP Records– the largest Caribbean record label in the world–where he was brought in as the Promotions and Marketing Manager for the South Eastern Division of the label.  In that position, Ryan has worked with some of the biggest names in Reggae and Dancehall, including Spice, Christopher Martin, Grammy nominees Minister Marion Hall (formerly Lady Saw), Raging Fyah and 2015 Grammy winner Morgan Heritage.
    Now basking in the glow of what he refers to as a homecoming, Ryan now finds himself back where it all started – with his Radio One family at Magic 95.9.  You can hear Ryan Da Lion in The Lion’s Den which airs across the Baltimore Metropolitan region every Saturday 10am-3 PM and Sunday 7pm – midnight.  When Ryan is not on air, he returns to his Caribbean roots, planning and managing events for Caribbean communities up and down the eastern seaboard, including serving as the Event Manager for Jamaican Jerk Festival, the largest Caribbean food festival in the United States, occurring annually in both the Nation’s Capitol and the Great State of New York.
    With the little spare time he has remaining, Ryan focuses on building out his foundation – R.O.A.R or [REACH OUT AND RELATE] which focuses on social awareness issues that affect young African-American and Carribean-American children, including literacy, hunger, entrepreneurship, and securing a path to higher education.