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WWCR is a shortwave radio station broadcasting from Nashville, Tennessee. The call letters stand for "World Wide Christian Radio" but listeners have bestowed more accurate names on it such as World Wide Conspiracy Radio. When it comes to brokering airtime to a wide range of Christian preachers from the evangelical mainstream to the outer fringe, conspiracy theorists, survivalist oriented shows peddling canned food and end of the world hysteria, truthers, and worse, WWCR is the station all the other shortwave stations wish they could be.
- Tony Alamo
- Pat Boone playing Christian rock
- William Cooper and his conspiracy-mongering "Hour of the Time" show
- James Dobson and his Focus on the Family program
- Chuck Harder, in the early 1990s
- Alex Jones - can be heard on WWCR several hours every day
- "Mark from Michigan" (Mark Koernke), a militia movement leader. WWCR pulled the plug on his show just after the Oklahoma City bombing with the station's general manager quoted as saying "We've got to get the gasoline off the fires".
- Texe Marrs
- Peter J. Peters - who has in the past leased one of WWCR's transmitters, until he moved to another shortwave station
- Radio Newyork International, a former pirate, in the early 1990s. Later on WBCQ. Unusually for WWCR, this show had left of center views.
- Joyce Riley, a prolific if generic 9/11 Truther
- Lester Roloff and "The Family Altar" - an Independent Baptist whose singing is so bad has to be heard to be believed
- The Salvation Army
- Gene Scott - another preacher who has leased at least one of WWCR's transmitters, and still has a heavy presence on WWCR even though deceased
- Brother Stair - who is currently leasing the entire programming on one of WWCR's four transmitters
- Chuck Swindoll and "Insight for Living" - rather mainstream Christianity by WWCR standards
- "Unshackled", a melodramatic old time radio styled drama produced by the Pacific Garden Mission, an evangelical Christian rescue mission in Chicago. Unshackled always tells the story of somebody who hit the skids due to booze or loose women whose life was turned around after finding Jesus.
- Tom Valentine and "Radio Free America", sponsored by Liberty Lobby and The Spotlight, during the 1990s. A "fractal Friday" science woo show every Friday, "mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore" populism the rest of the week.
- Ernst Zündel - incredibly, WWCR once leased airtime to him to broadcast his German-language Holocaust denial program. WWCR pulled the plug on him too claiming they had allowed the show because they "didn't understand what he was saying".