Every day from 9:00am - 12:00pm, Bruce talks about what you care about with friends, neighbors, businesses and celebrities.
A daily sports show hosted by Newport's Teddy Horan. Listen as Teddy interviews local coaches, players, and more, covering all sports from local to national!
The Elder Affairs program runs the first and third Friday of the month, and is a place where professionals discuss issues and topics relevant to seniors in our community.
high school and college baseball basketball and football
hosted by The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce
Listen LIVE every Thursday from 10am to 11am. Hear from Greater Newport Chamber member guests and the business of the week.
The Trudy Coxe Show
A deep dive into The Newport Mansions - one of the leading museums of American history and a top attraction in New England and nationwide hosted by award-winning Executive Director Trudy Coxe.
Here you will find podcasts from all sorts of special events that WADK broadcasts from.
Monday - Thursdays 12pm to 1pm
The Open Forum is a place to have discussions, exchange ideas and share valuable and useful information on issues that matter. Presented are the unique perspectives to the issues that affect us the most. Catch him mid-week on, The Open Forum.
It is with a great deal of sorrow that we announce the passing of our own Art Berluti. Art became part of the AM 1540 WADK family in 1981. Over the years, Art held many positions at the station such as DJ and music director, when the station played all music, then community program host, public service director and for the past decade, news director. Art was well-known on Aquidneck Island and spent many years promoting and supporting local non-profits and hosting many community events. After battling a number of health issues, Art Berluti, aged 63, died peacefully on July 15th. He will be greatly missed by all of us here at WADK. Please feel free to post a message or share a memory and we will share it with his friends and family.
A WADK Voice of Newport County Tradition for 65 years. Issues that affect our hometowns on Aquidneck Island everyday in good times and bad with perspective and historical context that no other media can deliver.