Caleb Gordon, News and Program Director of Radio First’s WPHM-AM (Port Huron), has announced a new lineup for the talk radio station.  The station has added Hugh Hewitt, Bloomberg Radio and  Tom Sullivan to their lineup, plus has returned Dave Ramsey to Blue Water Area airwaves.

“We surveyed our listeners and found they wanted more news and talk programs on WPHM,” Gordon said. The new programming will take effect January 22 following the Paul Miller morning show.

The Hugh Hewitt Show is an interview heavy talk show about the biggest stories of the day. Author of five books, Hewitt continues to write widely on diverse topics from politics to religion to culture for magazines and newspapers across the United States. He is a frequent contributor on television’s most watched programs including CNN, Fox News, Nightline and Meet the Press. The Hugh Hewitt Show airs weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on WPHM.

Amy Morris and Peter Barns anchor Bloomberg Radio’s Politics, Policy and Power show from their Washington, D.C. Bureau. Amy Morris, an Edward R. Murrow award winning radio journalist, discusses how decisions made in Washington and on Wall Street affect your daily life. She is joined by Peter Barns who was an anchor on the Fox Business Network and CNBC before joining Bloomberg. Politics, Policy and Power will air on WPHM from 1 to 3 p.m.

The Tom Sullivan Show is a caller-driven, topical talk show for the drive home. He’s well known for the near-decade he spent pulling double duty on TV and radio with FOX Business Channel and KFBK Radio in Sacramento, California. Sullivan has been the top-rated talk host in Sacramento since July 1988. Tom got his first taste of network radio as a regular fill-in for the most listened to talk show in the world, The Rush Limbaugh Program, for a number of years. The Tom Sullivan Show airs Weekday afternoons from 3 to 5 p.m.

Dennis Stuckey will continue to host his local sports talk show weekday evenings, which will move to 5 p.m. Stuckey also will continue coverage of local high school and SC4 sports, which will air on and select games will also be on AM 1380. He will be followed by national sports talker Mark Malone at 7 p.m. Dave Ramsey returns to WPHM weeknights at 10 p.m., dishing out his common sense financial advice.

Radio First’s Caleb Gordon joined WPHM as News and Program Director in October. Gordon says the station will feature hourly updates from ABC, the Michigan News Network, Bloomberg Radio, and more local news reports throughout the day. “We will continue to air sports programming nights and weekends,” says Gordon, which includes play-by-play teams such as the Red Wings, Tigers, Lions, Pistons and Spartans. WPHM also streams live at and on the station’s mobile application

A complete schedule of WPHM’s new programs and biographies of new personalities can be found at