The Morning Show

The Racine Theater Guild's production of the musical MAMMA MIA.

Seth Weidmann, Assistant Athletic Director and Head Swimming Coach at Carthage College - talking about water safety.

John Fricke, a local man, talks about being a supernumerary in the Chicago Lyric Opera's production of Puccini's TOSCA.

Samuel J. Redman, author of "The Museum: A Short History of Crisis and Resilience." 

Trevor Jung, Transit Manager for the City of Racine.  

Nan Calvert joins us along with Brandon Corder, who is working with the Cameron Lab of Botany at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jori Lewis, author of "Slaves for Peanuts:  A Story of Conquest, Liberation, and a Crop that Changed History." 

Keanon Lowe, author of "Hometown Victory: A Coach's Story of Football, Fate, and Coming Home."

Dan Hampton, author of "Valor: The Astonishing World War II Saga of One Man's Defiance and Indomitable Spirit." 

 Renowned conductor John Mauceri, author of "The War on Music: Reclaiming the 20th Century."

We preview the next concert of the Racine Symphony with conductor Pasqual Laurino and concert pianist David Fung. 

Bryan Albrecht, the president of Gateway Technical College, is joined by his counterparts from Carthage College and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, President John Swallow and Chancellor Debra Ford.

Milwaukee-based labor activists Ellen Bravo and Larry Miller, co-authors of "Standing Up: Tales of Struggle."

Carthage head men's volleyball coach JW Kieckhefer and two of the stars of his national championship team: Matt Slivinski and Zach Buthuis. 

Racine Native Dalen Instenes talks about the year he just spent playing professional volleyball in Sweden. 

We preview this weekend's Kenosha Symphony concert with conductor Robert Hasty and concert pianist Wael Farouk.

Susan Hartman, author of "City of Refugees: The Story of Three Newcomers who Breathed Life into a Dying American Town." 

Justin Martin, author of "A Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted." 

Rob Rapley, director/producer of the American Experience documentary "Flood in the Desert."  Part 2-  Steve Binder, director/producer of Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback TV special.

Dr. Art Cyr, Clausen Distinguished Professor of Political Economy and World Business, comments on current events and issues.  

For Holocaust Remembrance Day,  excerpts from past interviews with holocaust survivors.

CNN anchor Zain E. Asher, author of a memoir titled "Where the Children Take Us: How One Family Achieved the Unimaginable." 

Dr. Yuri Maltsev,  Professor of Economics at Carthage College, offers his observations about the war between Russia and Ukraine. 

Part 1: Sylvia Earle, author of "Ocean: A Global Odyssey."  Part 2: Ali Noorani, author of "Crossing Borders: The Reconciliation of a Nation of Immigrants." 

A preview of RTG's "Akeelah and The Bee" with Actress Saniah Carter. In part two, Sylvain Neuvel, author of "Until the Last of Me." 

Dr. Debra Ford, Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Tim Keeler, music director for Chanticleer, one of our country's premiere vocal groups. 

Don Hurzeler, author of "Suddenly Retired: A Road Map to What Comes Next"

No Morning Show broadcast because of the holiday.  (A podcast of the Morning Show will be available.) 

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Nan Calvert, pays her monthly visit to the Morning Show to talk about the environment. With her will be Kathleen Thompson to talk about Mushrooms. 

Bryan Albrecht, the president of Gateway Technical College. With him will be Tatjana Bicanin, Executive Director of Building Our Future. 

Writer and teacher Sidik Fofana, author of "Stories from the Tenants Downstairs." 


Justine Cowan, author of "The Secret Life of Dorothy Soames: a Memoir."

Dimitri Shapovalov and Ed Kawakami - Carthage Music Department - about this weekend’s all-Mendelssohn concert.


A preview of this weekend’s Racine Symphony performance of the Faure Requiem with Pasquale Laurino.

Evan Toss Katz, author of “Into Every Generation a Slayer is Born: How Buffy Staked Our Hearts.”

Jeremy Denk, author of “Every Good Boy Does Fine- A Love Story in Music Lessons.”

Kathryn Allamong Jacob, author of “King of the Lobby: The life and Times of Sam Ward, Man-About-Washington in the Gilded Age.”

Waldo Mellon (screenwriter Steve Adams), author of "What's What and What to do about it:  Answers you didn't know you wanted to Questions you didn't know you had."  

Best-selling author Rebecca Serle discusses her latest novel,  "One Italian Summer." 

Robin Gerber, author of "Barbi and Ruth: The Story of the World's Most Famous Doll and the Woman who Created Her." In Part Two, Robert Weintraub, author of "The Divine Miss Marble: A Life of Tennis, Fame and Mystery."  The book is about tennis legend Alice Marble.

Josef Benson and Doug Singsen, faculty colleagues at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and the co-authors of "Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes:  Whiteness and its Borderlands in American Comics and Graphic Novels." 

A penetrating conversation about loneliness in our modern world with Ryan Jenkins and Steven Van Cohen, co-authors of "Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams from Isolated to All In."  

A preview of Carthage's Sustainability Summit.  

Dr. Art Cyr, Clausen Distinguished Professor of Political Economy and World Business at Carthage College.

John Oller, author of "American Queen: The Rise and Fall of Kate Chase Sprague: Civil War 'Belle of the North' and Gilded Age Woman of Scandal. 

For World Water Day:  Eric Schaeffer, Executive Director of the Environmental Integrity Project.

Andrew Fiala, author of "Tyranny: From Plato to Trump:  Fools, Sycophants and Citizens." 

Nan Calvert from RootPikeWIN