Monday, January 26- Jonathan Horn, author of "Robert E. Lee: The Man who would not be Washington." (Horn was also a speechwriter for President George W. Bush, and we discuss that as well as the book.)
Tuesday, January 27- We preview tonight's American Experience documentary "Edison," which examines the extraordinary life and career of inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
Wednesday, January 28- We spend most of the hour with former Kenosha mayor Patrick Moran, talking about a memoir he has just written, "A Story of a Baby Boomer."
Thursday, January 29- Our guest is Dana Caspersen, who has worked for a number of years in the field of conflict resolution. She is the author of a new book called "Changing the Conservation," which outlines 17 principles for resolving conflicts. She is also a dancer and choreographer and we discuss the ways in which she has incorporated dance into her work as a mediator.
Friday, January 30- Singer and actor Bill Hayes. He was a regular on Sid Caesar's "Your Show of Shows," starred in the original Broadway production of "Me and Juliet" by Rodgers and Hammerstein, and has portrayed the character of Doug Williams on the NBC soap opera "Days of our LIves" since 1970.