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For over 50 years, Rev. Louise Williams Bishop – dubbed the Queen of the Airwaves – has achieved an incredible degree of personal success in three separate, but related careers – radio, the ministry and politics. The theme that runs through all her work and music is her desire to bring inspiration and assistance to those people in need.
She has used this forum to inform and unite people around social, civic and religious issues; to advocate for services for the poor, including job search; and to bring the message of political leaders to the people. Bishop was credited with keeping Philadelphia calm following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in 1968. Her program was consistently an institution in the Philadelphia media market.
Currently, Kala J joins Reverend Louise Williams Bishop on Gospel Times as of July 31st. Tune in Sunday mornings for the best in classic and contemporary Gospel music and spirit driven conversations from 6am to 11am on WURD.
Hosted by Tonya Hopkins, this show is a flavorful exploration of food marinated in the Black experience, seared with history and braised in culture. Each week the host will fold in conversations with special guests, mix in food-focused discussions about politics, business, health & wellbeing, music, the media, film & television, literature, and the arts — while separating the facts from fiction on the origins of the food & drinks we love most.close