The Morning Show

Rob Kroes, director of the RTG's "Into the Woods" 

Nan Calvert - with Mieke And. (edible native plants) 

Neal Thompson, author of "The First Kennedys"

Award-winning illustrator Ed Steckley

Carole Douglis, "Climate Restoration" 

Ray Scott "The NBA in Black and White"

Preview of Kenosha's Secret Garden Walk

Carthage College's Dr. Arthur I. Cyr analyzes current events

(From 2010) Scott Simon, author of "Baby, we were meant for each other: In Praise of Adoption."

The Racine Concert Band's 100th Season

Barb Farrar, Executive Director of the LGBT Center of SE Wisconsin

Susan Stryker, author of "Transgender History" 

Kemper Hall's 150th Anniversary

Three authors, including Michael Johnston (Grave Danger) 

Suzi Schoenhoft, Executive Director of New Beginnings

Beverly Gooden, author of "Surviving" (domestic abuse) 

William J. Bernstein, "The Splendid Exchange" (trade)

David France- "How to Survive a Plague" (AIDS)

GTC President Bryan Albrecht with Morna Foy, President of the WTCS

One Day You'll Thank Me: Lessons from an Unexpected Fatherhood 

Stephen Hopkins, Iowa DNR (Water Quality Bureau)

Michelle Sandberg and Guida Brown- HOPE Council

Mark Clague:  "O Say Can You Hear: A Cultural Biography of the Star Spangled Banner"

C.N. Lester, "Trans Like Me: Conversations For all of Us." 

Dr. Ray Dorsey, author of "Ending Parkinson's Disease."

Craig Gall and Kathy Ripley discuss the Kenosha Pops Band as it begins its 100th anniversary season.

William Martin, author of "December '41." 

Dan Good "Playing Through the Pain: Ken Caminiti and the Steroids Confession that Changed Baseball Forever." 

Mark Segal discusses his memoir "And then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality."  

"The Bus to Beulah" and "Vital Deception" 

Previewing "Far Away" by the Fleeing Artists Theater. 

Dr. Art Cyr offers analysis

Temple Mickle: "After Steve" (Apple after Steve Jobs) 

Pulitzer Prize-winning Matt Richtel, author of "Inspired: Understanding Creativity: A Journey Through Art, Science and the Soul." 

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.  

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.