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New Schedule for 2014

New Schedule for 2014
Posted December 20th, 2013 @ 6:00pm

Why I’m leaving radio forever

This is something that might be of little note and relevance to many of you, but I’m going to share it because you’re a part of this story, whether you realize it or not.

Millions of people read this blog every month. Only a small percentage listened to my radio show; in fact, I’m not sure that most of you even knew that I had one. In any case, I did. Emphasis on did.

As of tonight, I no longer work for WLAP in Lexington, Kentucky. As of tonight, I’m leaving radio — terrestrial AM/FM radio, anyway — for good. My contract has ended, and I’ve decided not to pursue another radio gig — here or anywhere. I am nothing but thankful for the time I spent in this business, and at WLAP especially. Yes, these are the cliches one typically utters in this situation, but that doesn’t make them any less genuine. WLAP took a chance on me, gave me a show, gave me the freedom to handle the topics in my own way, and surrounded me with a highly intelligent and passionate supporting cast. I’m grateful for that, as these things are certainly not a given in this industry. Click here to read the rest of Matt's post.

Beginning with the new year, WLAP's new weekday on air schedule will include:

5AM to 8AM | Wall Street Journal - This Morning

8AM to 9AM | (NEW) Leland Conway | Starting Monday, January 6, 2014

9AM to 10AM | Tom Leach Report

10AM to Noon | Kentucky Sports Radio with Matt Jones

Noon to 3PM | Rush Limbaugh

3PM to 6PM | (NEW) Sean Hannity | Starting Wednesday, January 1, 2014

6PM to 8PM | Big Blue Insider with Dick Gabriel

8PM to 11PM | The Glenn Beck Program

11PM to 1AM | Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

1AM to 5AM | Coast to Coast with George Noory


While the Matt Walsh show will no longer heard on WLAP you can continue to follow his opinions and commentary via his blog,


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