The Doug Banks Show

Adult Conversation At Its Best!!!

M-F 3pm-7pm

On-Air: Doug Banks, Dee Dee Renee

The Doug Banks show is an afternoon drive-time show driven to entertain.   Join Doug Banks and Dee Dee Renee weekdays for the best in adult conversation. You never know what might be said or who just might stop through to pay Doug a visit.Daily topics range from politics to sports, relationships to the latest in celeb gossip.  Some of the show features are the “Dear Doug Letter”, the “Impossible Ten”, and Dee Dee Renee’s “What They Talking About.”  Make sure you join the ride weekdays at 3pm on WHUR-WORLD!


  1. Developer 1953
    Posted August 31, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    Listening to your radio show on the way home and I was truly horrified at your adult conversation topic. Cold slice, bitter, marriage out of the question these are just a few of the comments made today in reference to women 50 and over. As a fifty seven year old female it sickens me to think how women in their prime are viewed. Believe me when I tell there are a whole lot of fifty-something females who are financially secure, and are not interested in dealing with broke forty, fifty, sixty or seventy year old men with a whole lot of ain’t gots.

    The majority of us date and live full lives and do not need our children to take care of us financially or otherwise. They still look to us to help them .

  2. Karahn Harris
    Posted August 25, 2011 at 5:32 pm

    Today’s question regarding having friends outside my race. The word “friend” implies that a relationship of trust and respect exist. Using that defintion I do have people outside my race whom I trust and respect my attorney and financial advisor. All others are really just aquaintances. Peace and Love..

  3. Liz
    Posted July 27, 2011 at 10:33 am

    I regret having to write to you about an unpleasant experience I’ve had with your radio station. I prefer to contact a company only in praise of an employee or the company’s actions. Unfortunately, my situation is such that it is necessary for me to forward a complaint to you.

    While traveling home in my car on Monday, July 25, 2011 I turned on my radio and after searching the stations I suddenly stopped on your station due to the nature of a conversation. A syndicated DJ (DOUG BANKS) was discussing with call in patrons the subject of “which black men prefer light skinned or dark skinned women”. As an African-American I was horrified, humiliated and embarrassed to hear grown African-American males discussing such a topic on a national radio station. We are living in very desperate times, we have a white female running for office who believes our children were better off in slavery and you have a Speaker of The House who is doing everything within his power to destroy President Obama and this was the topic most important to “Black Men”. I would hope that your employees could find a more suitable topic for discussion for the African-American youth i.e. get out and vote and support our President.
    Was this just talk or are you serious?

  4. tytianna
    Posted July 14, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    i dnt think its the best thing to take children away from parent cause if they are taken away from their parents tht is making them sad and most kids when they are sad they eat more so y put people in a upsetting mood thts not right if you want people to lose weight stop showing commercials with food or check the schools but dnt take away children thts not right its cruel and mean

  5. Lady J
    Posted July 11, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    Black Women – Reality TV

    Specific: Baskball Wives

    They are so fake. They come off sophisticated but when they speak or do that cat fighting mess…it is stupid.

    I see why most of them are divorce…they are really tacky women.

    They are suppose to be about their business. I am a grown black woman, I do not get to the point that I have to fight or say stupid stuff out of my mouth.

    They are teaching our younger black girls that it is okay to be tacky but make sure your weave, nails and clothes are on point.

    Blacks on reality shows are trying to sell an image that matches up with Hip-Hop music – fake and tacky

  6. Tunya Barnes
    Posted July 3, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    I have been a devoted fan to Jagged Edge for 15 years. My song request is “Flow thrlough my veins” new album #THE REMEDY Please bring back real R&B!

  7. Emilia
    Posted June 19, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    Please, I need everyone to call in and please, stop these women from having babies, do not really want them. I want to share my story with you please, air this so many other women will not have children they do not want.

    I am going to give you an example. I have a daughter in law that has two children. One child i 3 years old and the other child is 4 months old.

    The problem is that this woman now wants to drop off her children to whomever wiilI take care of them.

    I am upset because now a poor 12 year old is now being used to baby sit 2 children because a Lazy Pool Dancer do not want to take care of her children.

    Please, open the lines, I can’t stand it any longer., tell these women do not have any more children they do not want to have any more.

    Thank You


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