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WQLN Radio 91.3 FM

Trusted news. Classics with a twist. Cutting-edge jazz, blues, & swing. WQLN Radio airs more original hours of programming every week than any other radio station in the Erie market, along with the best that National Public Radio, Public Radio International, and American Public Media have to offer.

Daily news and interview programs give you a window to the world. Our local public affairs programs paint a picture of our evolving community. And dedicated staff and volunteers share their favorite musicians with our listeners daily.

WQLN Radio’s Live from Studio Q performance series on Classics with Brian Hannah features live performances by local, regional, national, and international artists. These performances give audiences a chance to meet the superstars—and rising stars—from the world of classical music.

Through these programs, WQLN Radio is your trusted source for lifelong learning, quality entertainment, and an engaging, respectful exchange of ideas.

WQLN Radio Public Affairs Programs

NEXT with Marcus Atkinson
NEXT with Marcus Atkinson

Weekend All Things Erie
Weekend All Things Erie

We Question & Learn
We Question & Learn

More WQLN Radio Local Productions

Musical Minutes

Musical Minutes segments on WQLN Radio introduce the classical musicians who make up the Erie Chamber Orchestra and Erie Philharmonic. Enjoy insights into Erie’s classical music community, music-makers’ personal stories, and an insider's view of what it’s really like to bring the classics to life!

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Stories of Champions

WQLN supports PBS’s American Graduate initiative with Stories of Champions, a series of original shorts featuring local champions of children who are working to keep students on the path to graduation and college- or career-readiness. Local champions Jennifer Nygaard Pontzer (Career Street), Mat Pundt (Central Career & Technical School), Rick Scaletta (General McLane School District), and Sonya Smith (Penn State Behrend Youth Education Department) tell how they’ve influenced students on the path to graduation.


Behind the Bard

In support of the PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered II (February 2015 on WQLN-TV 54.1) WQLN, Gannon University's Schuster Theatre, and the Erie Playhouse teamed up to share local Shakespeare insights.

Story of the Jews Audio Diary

The Jewish people have a long history and tradition, prominent elements of which remain in the popular imagination. Most of us have heard of Noah and his ark, the parting of the Red Sea, and the wisdom of Solomon. But what of the customs, traditions, and expressions that make up the contemporary Jewish American experience?

WQLN Radio's Story of the Jews Audio Diary, broadcast March 24-April 1, 2014, on 91.3FM, includes listeners' reflections on what it means to be Jewish in America today. Listen below.

You may also enjoy WQLN's Original Production Perspective: Jewish History, produced in support of The Story of the Jews with Simon Schama:

WQLN Radio Translator Signals

In some areas, one of our FM translators may help you receive WQLN Radio's signal:
• Chautauqua 90.1 FM    • Meadville 106.1 FM    • Oil City 91.9 FM    • Titusville 91.5 FM    • Warren 98.9 FM