Soulful Sunday: A drift down memory lane with a soulful mix of vintage R&B fused with exclusive interviews with music makers, celebrities and more!
Dyana Williams’ career exceeds limitation. Whether showcasing her talents in broadcasting, print journalism and community activism or television producing & reporting, media coaching and lecturing, she’s remained a constant force in the entertainment industry for over three decades.
Currently, Williams hosts “Soulful Sunday,” a weekly show broadcast via Radio One adult contemporary station, WRNB-FM, which won the Achievement in Radio Award for Best Weekend Show in Philadelphia for 2006. Each Sunday, 10am to 3pm, she can be found at 107.9 on the FM dial, deftly weaving vintage sounds from Motown to Stax to The Sound of Philadelphia – …and every classic artist in between.
Affectionately named “The Ambassador of African-American Music” by American Express’ Departures magazine, the Harlem, New York native began her career at WHUR-FM in the Nation’s Capitol and later, journeyed back home to the top-rated station, WBLS-FM. After making history as the first African-American woman to join an on-air team in rock radio at WRQX-FM, she landed her first on-camera position as an entertainment reporter on “PM Magazine,” which aired on Washington, D.C.’s CBS affiliate, WUSA.