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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. The program airs weekday mornings at 8:10.

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.


January 18

Part 1- Margot Lee Shetterly, author of "Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians who helped win the Space Race."  Part 2-  Joylette Hylick, daughter of Katherine Johnson (one of the women featured in Hidden Figures.)  Hylick's children's book about her mother is titled "One Step Further." 

January 19

Rescheduled from last week:  Laura Levitt, author of "The Objects that Remain."  In the book, she discusses the significance of physical objects that are a tangible legacy of a personal abuse one has suffered- or a more widespread trauma such as the Holocaust.  

January 20

Dr. Art Cyr, Clausen Distinguished Professor at Carthage College, offers his thoughts on January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, the second impeachment of President Trump,  and what is ahead for president-elect Joe Biden. 

January 21

 Dr. Munish K. Batra, author of the thrilled "Animal," which examines - among other issues - animal cruelty.

January 22

 Fawn Germer, author of "Coming Back: How to win the job you want when you've lost the job you need."