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The Morning Show

Nan Calvert with Laura Schultz,  Environmental Education Manager with UW-Parkside's Environmental Studies Program. 

James and Deborah Fallows, author of "Our Towns: A 100,000 Mile Journey into the Heart of America."  They speak at Carthage on Feb. 18th.

Part One:  Kenosha Public Library Big Read.   Part Two:  Previewing tonight's American Experience documentary "Sealab." 

Part One: Chris Moschovitis, author of "Cybersecurity Program Development for Business: The Essential Planning Guide."  Part Two:  Pianist Barron Ryan.  He performs as a duo-pianist with his father Donald. They play at Carthage Tuesday night. 

Laura Cox- the third annual Healing Connections event, designed for people contending with trauma, PTSD, stress and anxiety. 

Preview of Carthage's opera workshop "So give three cheers: A Gilbert & Sullivan Gala." 

Postponed from last week-  A recap of the Carthage Philharmonic's European tour.

Simon Read - "Winston Churchill Reporting: Adventures of a Young War Correspondent."

Petr Ludwig and Adela Schicker-  "The End of Procrastination: How to stop postponing and live a fulfilled life." 

A preview of Sunday's Super Bowl LIII with sportswriter Casey Sherman.   

A preview of "My Real Mother," a musical receiving its world premiere this weekend at Carthage with composer/playwright Riley Thomas and director Maggie Spanuello.

Jason Berry, author of 'City of a Million Dreams: A History of New Orleans." 

Burt Ward (Robin on the TV series "Batman") talks about his new passion- dogs in honor of Train Your Dog Month. 

Dr. Art Cyr pays his monthly visit to the program to offer his analysis of current events. 

First round winners in the FoxConn Smart Cities Smart Futures competition Erin Magennis and Joan Volmut.   

WGTD's own Troy McDonald talks about concerns around new data gathering techniques being used by various media entities.  

Erling Kagge,  author of "Silence - in the Age of Noise." 

Leonard Mlodinow, author of  "Elastic:  Flexible Thinking in a Time of Change" 

Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht.

Ryan Robinson, author of #Chill: Turn off your job and turn on your life.” 

Mount Pleasant village president David DeGroot, village administrator Maureen Murphy, and Foxconn project director Claude Lois. 

Guida Brown talks about alcohol addiction and calls for changes in the laws for OWI. 

Joshua Goldstein, author of “A Bright Future: How some countries have solved climate change and the rest of the world can follow.”

12-year-old Racine entrepreneur Alex Hart-Upendo. His business, Build-a-Bow, creates custom designed bow ties. 

Dr. Jerald Mast,  Associate Professor of political science at Carthage College.

Nan Calvert's monthly environmental program- with Vicki Elkin (Fund for Lake Michigan.) 

Mick Burke, business reporter for the Racine Journal Times, with a FoxConn update. 

Elizabeth Emens, author of Life Admin: How I learned to do less, do better, and live more."  

Madeleine May Kunin, former governor of Vermont- author of "Coming of Age: My Journey to the Eighties."  

No Morning Show on WGTD This Week because of the Christmas holiday. 

Part One:Ken Wiele author of "Musings," Part Two: Ramsen Kasha, executive director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Clinic in Chicago.

Jacqueline Mroz, author of 'Girl Talk: What Science can tell us about Female Friendship"

Ray Bolger, author of "Operation Devil Horns:  The Takedown of MS-13 in San Francisco." 

Bryant Welch, author of "State of Confusion:  Political Manipulation and the Assault on the American Mind." 

Maryann Karinch, author of "Control the Conversation: How to charm, deflect, and defend your position through any line of questioning."  

Bob Glauber, author of "Guts and Genius:  The story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the NFL in the 80s." 

Nan Calvert leads a discussion on wetlands restoration. 

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,"