WDEL was created by Willard Wilson. He talked about the early days of the radio station in a 1977 interview that's currently housed in Hagley…

In the 80's, WDEL moved away from music and more toward the News/Talk station it is today.

We hear from Pete Booker and Robin Bryson, who launched TrafficWatch in the mid-80's.

We hear from long-time WDEL Sports Director "Big" Don Voltz about the history of sports on WDEL.

For more than 40 years, WDEL listeners tuned in to hear Mr. Goodwill

For three decades, the first voice many people heard in the morning was that of Bill Horleman on WDEL.

One of the most distinctive voices on WDEL has been that of Charlotte Shedd - a fixture on Wilmington radio for some 40 years.

One of the architects of the modern day WDEL was Pete Booker.

Robin Bryson was the long-time voice of WDEL's TrafficWatch

For more than 30 years, "Big" Don Voltz was the voice of sports in Delaware.

For decades, Delaware's anchorman was Allan Loudell

Memories and recollections from former WDEL news reporter, news director, program director and talk show host John Rago.

Among the legendary broadcasters who've worked at WDEL over the years, two of the voices you currently hear on WDEL have been on the air for m…