FM Talk 106.5

Mobile Alabama's Conservative Talk Radio Station

Wayne Gardner

Morning Show & General Manager
Waking up with Wayne Gardner on the radio has become a comfortable habit for thousands of Gulf Coast residents for over three decades. February 2009 marked the 35th year for Wayne in Mobile radio. A lot of country music, a big helping of sports and a dash of rock and roll have led Wayne to this point …FM Talk 1065. With experience as an announcer, program director, general manager and station owner, he is not only ready for his new challenge…there is a lot on his mind to talk about. You can hear Wayne and his partners Sean Sullivan and Dr. Bill Williams every weekday morning from six until eight and weekends on FM Talk 1065 Outdoors.

Sean Sullivan

Morning Show & Operations Director
A confirmed contrarian; Sean Sullivan has been stirring up the Mobile radio market since 1995 when returned to his home town to ply his radio trade. Opinionated, funny and completely befuddled by the domestic normalcy of his life Sean has finally landed in the radio job he was born to do, in the city he loves. Sean has proven that bribery works by winning the best D.J. in Mobile award 6 years in a row as awarded by the readers of the arts and entertainment newspaper Lagniappe. He has also won Mobile Bay Monthly’s “Best of the Bay” several times and is the Susan Lucci of the Mobile Register’s “Reader’s Choice” poll for favorite air personality. Sean’s rock and roll conservatism brings a unique angle to local news and current events. His pairing with Wayne Gardner on the FM Talk 1065 morning show brings 50 years of combined radio experience to the air.

Dr. Bill Williams

Staff Meteorologist
Life on the Gulf Coast is great but how great often depends on the weather. Coastal residents are even more attuned to changes in the atmosphere that people elsewhere and FM Talk 1065 recognizes that. Mobile’s only full time radio meteorologist Dr. Bill Williams is just that, a meteorologist and his forecasts are exclusively on FM Talk 1065. In a world full of “weather guys” FM Talk 1065 delivers the forecast from the man that makes the forecast, Dr. Bill Williams. Yes, Dr. as in PHD; Bill Williams is a 30 year veteran on air forecaster and has 40 years teaching Meteorology at the University of South Alabama. The founder of the University of South Alabama’s Coastal Weather Research Center, the only full service forecasting center on a college campus in the nation, at the University of South Alabama, Dr. Bill is tuned in to the latest changes in weather conditions. Whether he is forecasting the weather conditions for a Tuesday afternoon commute or the landfall location of a Category 5 hurricane the name Dr. Bill Williams is synonymous with accuracy in the forecasting world. Catch Dr. Bill Williams forecast twice and hour every hour and five times an hour each weekday morning on FM Talk 1065.

Captain Bobby’s Fishing Report

Just in time to start day dreaming about a weekend on the water FM Talk 1065 presents renowned local guide and tournament angler Captain Bobby Abruscato’s fishing report Thursday mornings at 7:50. Captain Bobby is a veteran guide who has a great ability to deliver the information that south Alabama fishermen crave, like where the fish are biting best and how to catch them! Catch the ear of local anglers who tune in to hear it from Captain Bobby, exclusively on FM Talk 1065.

FM Talk 1065 Outdoors

From the woods to the marsh, from the open Gulf to the Delta, Mobile and Baldwin counties are blessed with some really GREAT outdoors and FM Talk 1065 Outdoors talks about it all. The proven radio team of Wayne Gardner, Sean Sullivan and Mike Ward celebrate the outdoors lifestyle every Saturday morning at seven. FM Talk 1065 Outdoors offers fresh, local information on fishing and hunting every week, get that from a magazine! Interviews from the pro’s, tips and techniques in addition to lively outdoors and conservation discussion all from a trio of sportsmen that are as at home on the front porch of a fish camp as they are on the radio, create a radio program for sportsmen by sportsmen. 

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