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The Morning Show

A look back at singer Aretha Franklin - with UW-Parkside's James Kinchen.

Art Cyr,  Clausen Distinguished Professor of Political Economy and World Business.

Benjamin Horvat, with Louis Structures-  talking about the patent process he is undertaking with a new product he has developed.

Interviews about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. 

Gateway Technical College president Bryan Albrecht and a conversation about civic engagement. 

A conversation about HALO -  Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization in Racine.  

Previewing the Racine Theater Guild's production of the musical "A Christmas Carol," opening this weekend.

Part One: Teasel Muir-Harmony, author of "Apollo to the Moon:  A History in 50 Objects."   Part Two:  Charles Brown, composer of "Christmas Concerto for Hammered Dulcimer, Strings and Percussion" which receives its world premiere with the Lake County Symphony Orchestra this weekend.   

Playright Marie Kohler, as well as director Brian Gill from UW-Parkside's "Midnight and Moll Flanders."  

Michael Hebb, author of "Let's Talk about Death (over Dinner):  An Invitation and Guide to Life's Most Important Conversation." 

Dr. James Kinchen, director of choral activities at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, talks about their upcoming performances of the Nguzo Saba Suite.  Also-  the Racine Heritage Museum celebrates the work of Alphonso Iannelli, Italian American sculptor who collaborated with Frank Lloyd Wright

Gateway Technical College president Bryan Albrecht and three guests talk about the Gateway Foundation and all it does to support the college and its students.  This is airing today because it's Giving Tuesday. 

Kostya Kennedy, editor and author of "The Story of Baseball in 100 Photographs," 

No program because of the Thanksgiving holiday. 

No program because of the Thanksgiving holiday. 

Gina LaRoche and Jennifer Cohen, author of "The 7 Laws of Enough: Cultivating a Life of Sustainable Abundance." 

Justin Martin, author of 'A Fierce Glory:  Antietam- The Desperate Battle that Saved Lincoln and Doomed Slavery." 

Swedish writer and director Martin Osterdahl, author of "Ask No Mercy."

Entertainers Jack and Jill Jensen talk about their latest recording "Snow People" 

A preview of "To Schubert!" by the Carthage College Opera Workshop.  

An array of past morning show interviews related to World War One. 

Ian I. Mitroff, author of "Technology Run Amok: Crisis Management in the Digital Age."  

Holly Painter, english lecturer at the University of Vermont- creator of the Obsolete Jobs Project. 

Previewing this weekend's world premiere of Eric Simonson's "Up and Away" at Carthage. 

An environmental conversation with Nan Calvert. 

Post-election analysis with Professor Jerry Mast and Professor Jeff Roberg from the political science faculty at Carthage. 

Edward G. Lengel, author of "Never in Finer Company:  The Men of the Great War's Lost Battalion." 

 Andrew Gross, author of "Button Man."

Movie critic Michael Phillips.   

Reyna Grande offers her thoughts on the current immigration crisis.  

Reyna Grande, author of "A Dream Called Home." 

 Alex Matalsky, director of "The Glass Menagerie" for the Fleeing Artists Theater in Kenosha. 

Van Wanggaard and Lori Hawkins- candidates for the 21st State Senate District. 

From the archives:   John Eisenberg, author of "That First Season: How Vince Lombardi took the worst team in the NFL and set it on the path to glory."

Bryan Albrecht, President of Gateway Technical College. 

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

Parker J. Palmer, author of 'On the Brink of Everything: Grace, Gravity, and Growing Old."

Part 1: Lenora Chu, author of 'Little Soldiers: An American boy, a Chinese school, and the Global Race to Achieve." Part 2:  Sahara Rose Ketabi, author of "Eat Feel Fresh: a contemporary plant-based Ayurvedic Cookbook."  

We preview the RTG's production of "Lombardi," opening this weekend - and have follow up interviews about current productions at The Lakeside Players and UW-Parkside. 

Mary Jo McConahay, author of 'The Tango War:  The Struggle for the Hearts, Minds and Riches of Lain America during World War Two."  

Greg Miller, author of "The Apprentice:  Trump, Russia, and the Subversion of American Democracy."

Bob Heisse, editor-in-chief of the Kenosha News.

Marsha Connet, board president for Big Sisters of Greater Racine.  They are celebrating their 50th anniversary. 

Previewing performances this weekend of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra and Lakeside Players.  

Rachel Anderson, Long Winter Farm-  explaining conservation practices in farming.  (with Nan Calvert.)  

U.S. Army retired colonel Greg Fontenot, former director of the University of Foreign, Military and Cultural Studies - former instructor at West Point

Candidate's Forum 62nd Wisconsin Assembly:  John Lehmann, Bob Wittke

 Steve Mussenden,  Racine Literacy Council

Michael Schumacher, author of "The Contest: The 1968 Election and the War for America's Soul." 

2018 Racine County Sports Hall of Fame with Gery Woefel, a local sportswriter, and Chris Paulson, executive director of the Racine Heritage Museum.