Marilyn Russell is on the 98.1 WOGL Breakfast Club, weekdays from 5:30 am-9 am.
Russell, a Philadelphia native, started in radio in 1993 at Philly’s modern rock, 103.9 WDRE. Alternative music was just beginning to take hold and Russell hosted the new music show and local music show. She was also the station’s music director.
In 1998 she hosted mornings with co- hosts Preston Elliot and Steve Morrison at Y100. Russell then joined Greater Media in 2003 where she worked at both WMGK and the Ben FM morning show. In 2004 she began writing “Woman of the Week,” a blog celebrating extraordinary achievements by local and national women which later became a radio show on Ben FM. The show has helped various non-profits publicize events, programs and fund-raisers of all kinds.
Marilyn speaks to Lisa Marsilio, COO of Caron Treatment Centers, and Emmilyn Lawson and Dr. Lenaye Lawyer of AmeriHealth Caritas Delaware.
Philadelphia Eagles player Jason Kelce’s Super Bowl Parade outfit will forever be engrained in our minds and we kind of owe it all to Bobby Coyle and his wife Libby of the Avalon String Band.
Marilyn Russell speaks to Penn State students and alumni about this year’s THON, in addition to discussing the Philly Home and Garden Show with a design and realty expert.
Jason Priestley talks Eagles, Hall & Oates, and his new show, “Private Eyes”.
We’ve got some tips for the Eagles celebration tomorrow…and for even more, text READYEAGLES to 888777.
Could it be that everyone is pulling for…US???
By: Laura Boss Marilyn Russell spoke with “Mr. Wonderful” himself, Kevin O’Leary, on the WOGL Morning Show Monday morning. You know Kevin O’Leary from his role as an investor on ABC’s hit show, Shark Tank. He shared with Marilyn the exact moment he knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur from a lesson he learned […]
This week’s Remarkable Women features Kathleen Summers, MA, MT- BC, and Cherri Gregg, KYW Reporter.
Chaplain Laura Palmer and Founder Cheryl Rice are interviewed by Marilyn Russell for “Remarkable Women.”
The Mad About You actor chatted about his comedy