Monday, October 20- More from trumpeter Russ Johnson, Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Tuesday, October 21- Actor Eric Pierpoint (Alien Nation, Parks & Recreation) talks about his first book- a novel for young readers set in America's Old West.
Wednesday, October 22 - We speak with James Schatzman about the Choral Arts Society's performance this Saturday night of Verdi's Requiem, inspired by the so-called "Defiant Requiem" event which occurred at the Nazi concentration camp Terezien - when prisoners there performed the work for their Nazi captors. PART TWO: Previewing the Milwaukee Florentine Opera's "The Flying Dutchman."
Thursday, October 23 - Today on the Morning Show we are previewing the World Premiere at Carthage College of "Day After Night," based on Anita Diamont's best-selling novel of the same name. We speak with director Herschel Kruger and with recent Carthage graduate Mikaley Osley, who is responsible for adapting the novel into a play.
Friday, October 24 - Sports writer Bob Ryan (ESPN/ the Boston Globe) talks about his new memoir, titled "Scribe."