The Morning Show

One-of-a-kind interviews with locally and nationally-renowned authors, regional newsmakers, opinion leaders, educators, performers, athletes, and other intriguing members of the community.

Weekdays | 8:10-9 a.m.

Greg Berg
Greg Berg

Greg has been with WGTD in various capacities since 1986.

In addition to his duties at WGTD, Berg is a member of the Carthage College music faculty, teaching private voice lessons, directing the school’s opera program and serving as the principal accompanist for the Carthage Choir.

Greg also fills the role of Music Director at the Racine Theatre Guild and is the Minister of Music at Holy Communion Church in Racine.

He performs frequently with area music groups.


September 22

Dr. Arthur Levine, author of "The Great Upheaval:  Higher Education's Past, Present, and Uncertain Future."

September 23

Jennifer Sassaman and Ricardo Frederick Evans, co-hosts of the podcast "Read More Plays," which has just begun its second season. 

September 24

David Zirin, author of "The Kaepernick Effect:  Taking a Knee, Changing the World." 


September 20, 2021

Dr. Brian Primack, author of "You are what you click:  How being selective, positive and creative can transform your social media experience."  Part 2: Columnist George F. Will, author of "American Happiness and Discontent: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020,"

September 17, 2021

John Rhodehamel, author of "America's Original Sin: White Supremacy, John Wilkes Booth, and the Lincoln Assassination."  

September 16, 2021

Dr. Thomas Carr, head of the paleontology program at Carthage College.