Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Chris Stigall brings a contemporary brand of opinionated talk and humor to mornings on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT. Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Chris’s radio career began in Kansas City where he worked on-air in various music formats before transitioning to talk radio. Chris’s diverse background includes an internship with the Late Show with David Letterman in New York and serving as a representative and press assistant to a United States Congressman. Chris regularly addresses various Philadelphia civic clubs and political action committees. He also has appeared as a guest on CNN and Fox News. His radio interviews regularly make national news on prominent websites like the Drudge Report. He also contributes as a guest columnist for publications such as Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, American Spectator, Human Events and Philadelphia Magazine.
Wed. January 18th | P.J. Whelihan’s | Medford, NJ | 6p-8p
Thur. January 26th | Prospectors | Mount Laurel, NJ | 5p-7p
Wed. February 1st | Byrnes Tavern | Port Richmond/Philly | 6p-8p
Chris discussed President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the Superbowl match-up and Madonna’s expletive speech at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. He also discussed Aziz Ansari’s SNL monologue, the questioning of Melania Trump’s sex appeal and more. Chris spoke with Michael Bronstein during the Monday Morning Matchup about President Trump’s Inauguration at 7am. He also spoke with WIP’s Ike Reese regarding the upcoming Super Bowl at 8:00.
Chris discussed the transfer of power from Barack Obama to Donald Trump and Joel Embiid falling short in his bid to start the NBA All-Star Game. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 about the confirmation hearings for Treasury Secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger at 8:00 to preview the NFL conference championship games and Face The Nation Moderator John Dickerson at 8:25 to look ahead to Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Jermaine Finks, a participant in the reality show, Hunted, talks about how hard it really is to go off the grid.
Nicole Russell, from the Federalist, says only pro-choice women are welcome at the Women’s March on Washington.
Chris discussed President Obama’s final press conference, the Philadelphia FOP campaigning against Seth Williams and the Pixar singularity. He spoke with Nicole Russell from the Federalist at 7:00 about the Women’s March on Washington and Jermaine Finks, a participant on the new reality show, Hunted at 7:20.
Breitbart’s Joel Pollak says Congressman John Lewis was wrong to attempt to delegitimize Donald Trump’s presidency.
Chris discussed President Obama’s commutation of Chelsea Manning’s sentence, Philadelphia DA Seth Williams being fined by the Ethics Board and Lady Gaga’s plans for the Superbowl halftime show. He spoke with Joel Pollak from Breitbart at 7:20 about his new book, ‘Why Trump Won’ and Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the protests to end a ban prohibiting sitting on the walls in Rittenhouse Square.
Chris discussed Martin Luther King III meeting with Donald Trump, Pennsylvania implementing looser beer selling rules and a giant alligator in Florida. He spoke with radio host and author Dave Ramsey at 7:20 about his live show coming to the Tower Theater in April and television host and journalist Bill Kurtis at 8:20 about the history of presidential inaugurations.
Chris discussed President Obama’s interview with 60 Minutes, Mayor Jim Kenney telling visitors to Rittenhouse Square to ignore signs that say don’t sit on the wall and Donald Trump’s Twitter fight with Congressman John Lewis. He spoke with Colin Hanna and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 about the Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare, Ike Reese from WIP at 8:00 about the weekend’s NFL playoff results and comedian Jimmy Failla at 8:20 in advance of Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Face The Nation Moderator John Dickerson suggested that Donald Trump needs to clear up what seem to be foreign policy differences within his incoming administration.
Economist Chris Butler says Donald Trump has done enough to assuage an fears that a conflict of interest exists in his presidency.
Chris discussed President Obama awarding the Medal of Freedom to Vice-President Joe Biden, Apple creating their own content and Philadelphia restaurants phasing out free re-fills. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00 about Donald Trump’s potential conflicts of interest, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger at 8:00 about the Chargers moving from San Diego to Los Angeles and the moderator of Face the Nation on CBS, John Dickerson, at 8:20 about the competing views on foreign policy between Donald Trump and his cabinet nominees.
WPHT’s Chris Stigall examines what he calls Mayor Jim Kenney’s ‘God Complex.’
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey promises the Republican alternative to Obamacare will be cheaper and that no one will lose their insurance coverage.
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey said Cory Booker’s testimony against Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions was ‘offensive.’