The Christopher Gabriel Program has aired on 970 WDAY and wday.com since June 8, 2009. The program has had a wealth of remarkable guests from the worlds of sports, entertainment, politics, science and more, coming from right here in Fargo to as far away as Australia, Israel and South Africa. Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, Oscar, Grammy, Tony and Emmy winners, professional and college coaches and athletes, New York Times best-selling authors, news bureau chiefs from the U.S. to Europe to Asia… the list goes on and on. Throw into the mix a group of incredibly talented contributors like KCBS (San Francisco) news and sports guy Marty Lenz, nationally syndicated Chicago-based media/technology writer Brad Spirrison, Senior Associate Editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Sandra Block, nationally syndicated green living writer Wendy Gabriel and you have a recipe for good radio.
Today it was learned the CGP received its 3rd consecutive nomination for Best Radio Show of the Red River Valley. I want to offer sincere thanks to everyone mentioned above, program co-workers and especially our listeners for allowing us to have a daily discussion/debate that is thoughtful, humorous, at times intense, never angry but more than anything else….. fun. No reason why talk radio can’t inform and entertain while always remaining fun and engaging.
About the Author: Christopher serves up the news of the day, politics, sports, pop culture, films, music and the quirky side of life with distinguished guests and contributors from across the nation and around the world. He tackles the most complex issues to stories slightly off the radar delivering depth and humor with a thoughtful perspective. When he was in Fargo, North Dakota, the program was nominated for Best Radio Show in the Red River Valley in 2012, 2013 and 2014 by readers of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. As a writer, Christopher's work has been been published by the Chicago Sun-Times, Sun-Times Network publications, Reuters, USA Volleyball and Team USA, the Official Website of the U.S. Olympic Committee.