Wake Up Call with James Cameron
Weekdays 6 am – 8 am
James Cameron attended Queens College in New York. He studied in his late teens and early twenties with the Everyman theater ensemble. Mr. Cameron has over twelve years of on-air radio broadcasting experience and has worked with stations in New York, Philadelphia, Maryland, Virginia and Georgia. He has also worked for The Colonial Williamsburg Corporation as a storyteller and farm interpreter for the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation.
Martin in the Morning
Weekdays 8 am – 10 am
Greg Martin has been a Peninsula resident his entire life. After graduation from Poquoson High School, he attended Thomas Nelson Community College and then the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland in Baltimore. Over the years, he has had vast experience in the broadcasting industry working at major Hampton Roads radio stations. Embarking on his radio career, Greg started AM DJ Service which has been in operation since 1981. With the formation of Junior Cotillion in 1985, Greg became the music and sound contractor. In the fall of 2006, Greg and his wife Kay became co-directors of Junior Cotillion. He is currently pursuing a degree at Oklahoma State University.
Top of the Morning Show
Weekdays 10 am – 12 pm
Ken Goodfellow was Born into a military family in Germany, the middle of three sons; Ken arrived in the United States at age three. After his father’s service overseas and stateside, a final assignment to Fort Eustis eventually led the family to move to Williamsburg in 1968. Ken was educated locally and received an Associate Degree in engineering from Thomas Nelson. He started at Owens-Illinois when the plant located to Toano in 1980, and during his 39-year tenure there worked his way up to management. He retired in the fall of 2018 and took a month traveling abroad with wife Vikkie. While they were in Southampton, England, Ken was interviewed by BBC Solent radio personality, Alex Dyke, and that further motivated Ken to chase his dream of radio broadcasting. His love of radio dates back to his youth, and he is a walking encyclopedia of all genres of music. He has an impressive list of rock concerts he’s attended and is sometimes mistaken for a rock star himself. His other interests include history, traveling, photography and gardening. Ken has two children and three grandchildren.
Mid Day with Sunni
Tuesdays - Saturday 12pm – 3 pm
Sunni has a lifelong love for entertainment that goes back to early childhood theater, young adult amateur theater and professional dinner theater as an actress for several summer. The road from theater was paved with many interesting and challenging occupations along the way. Her past includes successful runway, lingerie and bathing suit modeling, regionally and nationally working as a professional voice-over artist and working as a television weather personality. She also honorably served in the United States’ Air Force, and earned a college degree after serving, while working in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Sunni has always looked for a challenge and enjoyed each and every thing she has packed into her resume, but her genuine love for people and music is what eventually led her into radio. From theater, television, modeling to being a jazz show host and radio producer, if asked, “What have you enjoyed doing the most?” she will reply, “Whatever comes next,” but admits radio is her love.
The End of the Day Countdown with Flyin’ Brian
Weekdays 3 pm – 6 pm
A Woman's Heart & Making a Difference Monday
Sundays 9 am - 9:30 am & Mondays at 2:30 pm
Brian Moricle graduated from Bruton High School and served six years in the U.S. Air Force. After getting out, he earned a degree in Accounting before eventually ending up in radio. Brian started with WMBG in 2015 as an intern. He especially loves playing his favorite music from the 1970s. His biggest pet peeve is getting stuck in I-64 traffic and having to repeatedly press his heavy resistance clutch pedal, but hopefully his afternoon traffic reports save you from the same dilemma!
Lisa Granger is passionate about giving women (and men) the tools and resources they need to be confident in who God made them to be and live their unique purpose with A Woman’s Heart. She is also the host of Making a Difference Monday and News Around Town. Lisa grew up in North Carolina and came to Williamsburg when she married her sweetheart, Greg. Her first job in Williamsburg was at WMBG on air and in the office. Lisa has been active in the community with several civic and church organizations, including Jaycees, (MOPS) Mothers of Preschoolers and Here for the Girls. She was involved with her kids in school, sports and theater before returning to the radio station in 2018. Lisa enjoys music, travel, crafts, reading, and singing. She has 3 amazing young adult children, Gabrielle, Graham and Grace, and a cute terrier, Gypsy. If you are lucky, you can catch her singing at church or performing on stage.
Mondays 12 pm – 3 pm
Alan Darsen's broadcast career has taken him through New England, New York and Pennsylvania before finally settling in Washington DC in 1995. Along the way, he found time to explore live theater, music sales, magazine publishing and cable TV production. For 16 years, he taught audio technology classes at Montgomery College in Maryland; and appeared in several regional TV commercials and the movie "Harriet", shot in Petersburg in 2018. In March 2022, Alan retired from an 18-year hitch producing national radio network programming in Washington DC. He couldn't stay retired very long, and three weeks later he was back on the air on WMBG. He lives in Williamsburg with wife Michele ("The Amazing Mrs. Darsen") and a dog named Ted.