Monday, August 18- Tim Rymel, author of "Going Gay." He is someone underwent reparative therapy to have his sexual orientation changed (and was a well known spokesperson for such practice) before coming to accept the fact that he was gay.
Also Lois Lowry, author of "The Giver."
Tuesday, August 19- Johnny Rabe, a talented young singer who portrayed the main role of Ralphie in the musical version of "A Christmas Story" on Broadway. He solos with the Racine Symphony in their next Lakeside Pops concert this Friday night. We also talk with Priya Krishna, author of "Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks," which is a cookbook designed especially for college students - with simple recipes that can be made with the ingredients available in most college dining halls.
Wednesday, August 20- Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht pays his monthly visit to the program.
Thursday and Friday, August 21 and 22- Renowned opera singer Jessye Norman, whose new memoir is titled "Stand Up Straight and Sing." Ms. Norman is the recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, opened the Metropolitan Opera's centennial season, sang for the centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, sang for the inaugurations of Presidents Carter and Reagan - to name just a few of the special honors she has been accorded in her remarkable career.