Attend the free Audiobook Seminar June 16th. Visit the Seminar page for details.
It all started as an emailed subscription but is now a syndicated radio program heard on radio stations across the United States, as well as in more than 120 countries around the world via the Armed Forces Radio Network. (On June 8, 2017, we broadcast our 3,000th episode!!)
Each program features a few bits of history with soundbites and music; some events historic, others trivial, all entertaining. Besides notable events like the attack on Pearl Harbor or the signing of the Declaration of Independence, you will also hear about events not covered in history books like the origination of Buffalo Wings, the issue of the first American social security check or when beer first became available in cans.
If you are a radio station and you are interested in carrying Ward's Daily Almanac, please visit the Contact page and let us know. Be sure to include any website you may have as well as let us know your market of license. To see a current list of stations, please click the link below.
If you would like to feature this program on your station or podcast, simply fill out the contact form on the first page of this website and ask for details. The program is offered on your choice of barter or sell.
AFN (Armed Forces Network)
AFN The Voice
AFN Today's Best Country
97.5 WKLS Sports
WFXO 98.3 FOX FM
News Radio 970 KFBX
WFJF 103.3 FM
WRLE 94.9 FM
WDLN 104.9 FM
WFJV 103.3 FM
WZEU 102.9 FM
KACH Radio 1340 AM & 105.5 FM
Kool 96.7 FM
910 AM WGTO
WTWZ AM 1120/ FM 102.5
KUKU 100.3, Cool Classic Country
WJJL 1440 AM
KLCK 1400 AM
Talk 101.3 the Buzz
Bach FM 107.9
WHAW 980 AM
I was talking to a listener the other day who is a History teacher in the local Middle School and he says he can't wait for the 7:05 break because he loves Wards Daily Almanac!
Jonathon Wildes, "The Wildman" KOOL 96.7/910AM WGTO
There is nothing quite like Ward's Daily Almanac. We are in our third year and it is a powerful kickoff to every hour of our morning show. The content is informative as well as entertaining, and may I add well-produced.
Frank Vela Jr., WFJV Community Radio Group
The Almanac is a great report of the day in history. We air the Almanac at midnight, then again at 6:15 am, noon, and the afternoon drive at 3:45 pm. We have had W.B. on our morning show; he is a great guest!
Robert H. Boothe Jr. GM/WOPP
Ward's Daily Almanac delivers events serious, humorous and historical, in an entertaining and interesting way. He never spends too long on any one event, but provides enough details to make you say, "I remember!"
Gene Savage, Owner/GM Blacklight Radio
Click the player below and listen to a sample episode of Ward's Daily Almanac.
Available in a 12-volume set, each book is illustrated and is designed for each month of the year. Twelve books in all, each offer a unique look into our past and is a must for the bookshelf for anyone interested in history, trivia or entertaining light reading. Order the entire collection today.
Look below for each book and order someone for the month they were born, for the month they were married, or collect the whole set. Simply click on (or tap) the individual book covers to order.