LIVE LISTEN WATCH EDUCATE CORPORATE SUPPORT US DONATE CONTACT US ENEWS myWHRO SIGN IN
 
Donate
Click to Search
 

THANKS TO  MEMBERS, WE'VE RAISED  SO FAR

photo by Sofia Mifsud

Sofia Mifsud is a storyteller, photographer, videographer, and writer based in Hampton Roads. She's been taking bright, whimsical photographs around local landmarks since she moved to the area about two years ago.

Read more ...

St. Vincent’s sixth album “Daddy’s Home” draws it’s inspiration from her father who spent years in jail but it was his record collection that’s responsible for the unabashed retro sound.

Read more ...
Photo by Raphaël Biscaldi on Unsplash.com.

With the departure of Cathy Lewis, after 25 years of wonderful HearSay programs, we will be broadcasting these national programs through the summer. Look for new local midday programs to debut in the fall.

Read more ...
Photo courtesy of Rob Robinson.

Since his last visit in 2016, Rob Robinson has relocated to Texas and is hard at work on a new CD set to be released in the fall. We’ll hear selections from his new release and chat about music, Sunday night at 9:00.

Read more ...

On this week's Pickin' on WHRV, we pay tribute to West Coast Bluegrass and revisit a special time in Americana music. Join us Sunday night at 7:00.

Read more ...

Ballet Virginia's new production "Visions of Hope" centers on the journey of moving forward after hardship. Rebecca Weinstein spoke with the choreographers behind the show, Lydia Roberts Coco, Suzanne Lownsbury, and Janina Michalski.

Read more ...

Rag’n Bone Man hit it big in 2017 with his debut album. It was the fastest selling debut of the decade and since then he’s had a son, got married and split from his wife. That’s a lot of ground to cover on his second album, “Life By Misadventure” and he does it with a more subdued vocal approach

Read more ...
Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash.com

Call Mom, tell her how much you appreciate her, and tune in Sunday night beginning at 7:00 on WHRV FM with host Barry Graham for music that celebrates motherhood and home. 

Read more ...

Find us on the WHRO Mobile App or your smart speaker.


Our Frequencies

WHRV NPR
  • 89.5 WHRV, Norfolk
  • 88.1 WHRL, Emporia
  • 88.5 WHRG, Gloucester Point
  • 90.1 WHRX, Nassawadox
  • 91.9 WHRE, Eastville
  • 101.7 W269BQ, Virginia Beach
  • Coverage Map
WHRO Classical FM
  • 90.3 WHRO, Norfolk
  • 89.9 WHRJ, Gloucester Courthouse
  • 98.3 WHRF, Belle Haven
  • Coverage Map

Listen (and watch) on the go.

  • Live Radio
  • Locally-Produced Content
  • NPR News Articles
  • On-Demand Podcasts
  • Schedules
  • PBS/PBS Kids! Content
  • Free!
Support for WHRO comes from
Support for WHRO comes from