The Morning Show

Nan Calvert with Deanna Nickey, Restoration Ecologist with RES (Resource Environmental Solutions.) 

John Seager, President and CEO of Population Connection, a non-profit/non-partisan group working for the cause of population stabilization.

An upcoming look at the next Lakeside Pops concert with Jonathan Winkle. Part Two: Authors Michael and Hema Crockett, co-authors of "The Everyday Leader.." 

Michelle Elman, author of "The Joy of Being Selfish:  Why you need Boundaries and How to Set them."   

Timothy Halbach from the National Weather Service

Julie K. Brown, author of "Perversion of Justice: the Jeffrey Epstein Story." 

A preview of this weekend's performances of "The Daughter of the Regiment" by the Kenosha Opera Festival.  

Richard Cohen, author of 'By the Sword: a History of Gladiators, Musketeers, Samurai, Swashbucklers, and Olympic Champions."  

Seth David Radwell, author of "American Schism: How the Two Enlightenments hold the Secret to Healing our Nation." 

Ben Kawczynski, from Oak Creek High School, who just scored an extraordinary victory at the National Junior Freestyle National Championships,  upsetting the nation's #1-ranked wrestler to win the national title at 285 pounds. 

 A preview of this weekend's Starving Artists Fair in Racine.  

Nan Calvert - with PJ Liesch, who heads up the Insect Diagnostic Lab for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Entomology.

Dr Art Cyr, Clausen Distinguished Professor of Political Economy and World Business, offers analysis of current events.

A Preview of the PBS documentary "Chuck Berry" with Author Bruce Pegg 

A preview of The Kenosha Opera Festival. 

A walking tour of the Racine Zoo with Executive Director Beth Heridorn. You can also watch this Morning Show (as it was streamed live) on WGTD's Facebook Page. 

Bryan Albrecht, president of Gateway Technical College - with Roger Tadajewski, with NC3.

 Roger Bennett, author of "Reborn in the USA: an Englishman's Love Letter to his Chosen Home." 

 Doug Instenes and Joycelyn Fish preview the Racine Theater Guild's virtual production of "The Laramie Project." 

Novelist Kristsin Contino, author of "A House full of Windsor." 

 J. B. MacKinnon, author of "The Day the World Stops Shopping: How Ending Consumerism Saves the Environment and Ourselves." 

Ariel Sabar, author of "Veritas:  a Harvard Professor, a Con Man, and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife." 

Alex Metalsky previews "Oedipus Rex" by the Fleeing Artists Theater Group in the Lincoln Park Floral Gardens. Matthew Reed talks "I Remember," being performed at the Rhode Center for the Arts. 

 Earl Swift, author of "Across the Airless Wilds:  The Lunar Rover and the Triumph of the Final Moon Landings." 

Cynthia Fischer, founder of Patient Rights Advocate

Trumpeter Tim Burke

Lynda Guy previews this weekend's Four Seasons Garden Club's annual Secret Garden Walk coming up this weekend. 

Documentarian Susan Froemke, director and producer of "Yannick: An Artist's Journey." 

Podcast Only (no broadcast because of the holiday.)  Mark Updegrove, author of "Second Acts: Presidential Lives and Legacies after the White House."    of "Second Acts: Presidential Lives and Legacies after the White House."   

Bryan Hoch, author of "The Bronx Zoom: Inside the New York Yankees' Most Bizarre Season."   It's a chronicle of the club's truncated season during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Scott Ryan, author of "Moonlighting: an Oral History." 

Dr. Art Cyr from Carthage College's Clausen Center, offers his analysis of current issues and events.

A rebroadcast of a past Morning Show conversation with activist Cleve Jones

Matt Logelin, author of "Two Kisses for Maddy: a Memoir of Love and Loss."

Author Jake Fischer talks The NBA's "Tanking Era" Matt Frazier and Robert Cheeke Share Details About Their Latest ""The Plant-Based Athlete" 

Bryan Albrecht, the President of Gateway Technical College - and Noah Brown, President and CEO for the Association of Community College Trustees.

Breenen Matthews, editor of Route Magazine

Preview of Lake Geneva's Beachside Authorfest with Rachel Strehlow and Chris Brookes. Laura Kaeppler, Miss America 2012, Shares Details about New Scholarship at Carthage 

Stef Shuster, author of "Trans Medicine: The Emergence and Practice of Treating Gender." 

Jerry and Jordan Windle.  Jordan finished second in the Olympic Trials in 10 meter platform diving - and is on his way to the Olympics. Jordan's dad Jerry adopted Jordan from a Cambodian orphanage when he was 2 years old. The two co-authored  "Orphan No More." 

Nan Calvert - and Matthew Collins, Director of Parks for the Kenosha County Division of Parks.

Matthew Paul Turner, who has just completed Rachel Held Evans's children's book "What is God like." Evans passed away in 2019. 

Darby Fox, author of "Rethinking Your Teenager:  Shifting from Control and Conflict to Structure and Nurture to Raise Accountable Young Adults." 

Robert M. Smith, author of "Suppressed: Confessions of a Former New York Times Washington Correspondent."  

Part one:  Jonathan Winkle, Executive Director of the Racine Symphony.  Part two:  Lauren Cochrane, author of "The Ten: The story behind the fashion classics." 

Dr. John Swallow, president of Carthage College

David M. Elcott, author of "Faith, Nationalism and the Future of Liberal Democracy."

Melissa Kaprelian and CJ Rouse - mother and son - who both currently serve on the Racine City Council. 

Curtis Wilkie, author of "When Evil Lived in Laurel: the 'White Knights' and the murder of Vernon Dahmer." 

Rocco Constantino, author of "Beyond Baseball's Color Barrier:  the Story of African-Americans in Major League Baseball Past, Present and Future."