Franseau Richards Debuts Radio Show on Young Black Life

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Rochester native Franseau Richards has upped his game, leaping from the football field to airwaves to host “The Conversationalist,” a radio talk show that puts the interests and experiences of young black people front and center.

Teaming up with his cousin and co-host, Terrance Richards, the former collegiate football player has an outspoken style reflected in his new show’s tagline, “The things you hear might offend you.”

Diving into and dissecting topics like hip-hop industry, celebrity gossip, dating, progressive politics and sports, the duo speaks openly and candidly about everything that matters to their listening audience, putting the issues and discussions into a larger context.

Franseau played football at Rush-Henrietta High School, then Camden Military Academy before going on to graduate with a bachelor’s of psychology from Fayetteville State University. Terrance play high school ball at Aquinas Institute, then Kansas State University while earning a undergrad degree in elementary education.

The show will be broadcast live on WRFZ (106.3 FM) in Rochester on the following Sundays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.:

March 28
April 4
April 11
May 9
May 23
June 6
July 11
July 18
August 8
August 29
September 26
October 10
October 24
November 7
December 5

Check our the new show starting with the next episode on your FM dial, catch the audio stream online at WRFZ or listen via the TuneIn radio app.

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Franseau and Terrance Richards and WFRZ.


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