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The Morning Show

James Schatzman, director of Racine Vocational Ministries.  

Martha Davis Kipcak, curator of the "Global Kitchen" exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum.  

Carthage professor Art Cyr offers analysis of current events. 

Novelist Haylen Beck, author of "Here and Now." He signs books at Boswell Books in Milwaukee evening.  Also, "The Big Book of HR."  

Jocelyn Olcott,  author of "International Women's Year."  The book examines an important gathering of feminists in Mexico City in 1975 which helped broaden the scope of the women's liberation movement. 

Michael Cannell, author of "Incendiary: The psychiatrist, the mad bomber and the invention of criminal profiling."

Nan Calvert - with Joan Roehre (Adventure Kids Learning.)

Highlighting the Jurassic World exhibit and Tattoos exhibit at the Chicago Field Museum.  

Previewing the Racine Symphony's Lakeside Pops concerts.

Finn Murphy, author of "The Long Haul:  A Trucker's Tales of Life on the Road." 

Dr. David Geier,  author of "That's Gotta Hurt: The Injuries that changed sports forever."  

A preview of the Fresh Inc.music event at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Michael Lynch,  author of "The Internet of Us: Knowing more and understanding less in the Age of Big Data." 

Bryan Albrecht, the president of Gateway Technical College- GTC's new urban forestry program

Part 1: U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) talks about his latest book "Written out of history: The Forgotten Founders who fought big government."  Part 2: Political Science Professor Jerry Mast on President Trump's decision to leave the Paris Climate Accord.

Susan Quinn, author of "Eleanor and Hick: The love affair that shaped a First Lady."

Kate Jerome, horticulture instructor at GTC. Lawn and garden advice plus a primer on native plants.

Part one: Comedian Paula Poundstone on the search for happiness. Part two: a humorous look at Canada

Dr. Gregory Woodward, outgoing president of Carthage College, pays his final visit to the program.

 

Dr. Jerry Mast, Associate Professor of Political Science, weighs in on President Trump's leadership style.

Dr. Yuri Maltsev, Professor of Economics,offers his thoughts on the Trump presidency 

Simon Sebag Montefiore, author of "The Romanovs: 1613-1918." 

Dan Hampton, author of "The Flight: Charles Lindbergh's Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing."   

Nan Calvert's monthly environmental program.

Previewing the Lake Geneva Symphony's Beethoven concert this weekend. 

Tasoula Hadjitofi, author of "The Icon Hunter: A Refugee's Quiet to Reclaim her Nation's Stolen Heritage." 

Deb Newmyer, author of "Moms for Hire: 8 Steps to Kickstart your next career."

Jack Rose, Kenosha chapter of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness.)  

J.D. Kammes, U.S. Army veteran, former tank commander,  and Director of Programs and Education for the First Division Museum in Catigny, Illinois.  

Previewing the Racine Theater Guild's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,"

Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht and Karla Krehbiel, President of the Southeast Region for Johnson Bank.

Driving Miss Norma."  The inspiring story of a 90-year-old woman who, in the wake of a serious cancer diagnosis, responds by taking to the road with her son and daughter-in-law

Preview of the Milwaukee Florentine's production of "The Barber of Seville." 

Carthage professor Art Cyr offers commentary of current events.

Andrew Carroll's new book about General Pershing, "My Fellow Solders.

Pianist Jason Lyle Black. He is playing a benefit concert for the RTG this week.

Meta Wagner, author of  "What's Your Creative Type." 

Pianist Pan Pan Wang, who solos this weekend with the Kenosha Symphony.  Her teacher, Deb Maslowski, joins us as well. Also, a preview of the Carthage Opera Workshop performances of "The Magic of Menotti." 

James Hart, author of the memoir "Lucky Jim." Hart was married for almost twenty years to pop singer Carly Simon.

Previews of Carthage's production of "The Mystery of Edmund Drood" and Parkside's production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." 

Dr. James Kinchen, discussing UW-Parkside's performance of the Brahms Requiem. Also, Sam Meggs, author of "Wonder Women." 

Estelle Glaser Laughlin, Holocaust Survivor. Part Two: Margot Lee Shetterly; Author of "Hidden Figures." 

Part one:  Astronaut John Herrington. Part two: Sheldon Hirsch, author of "Hot Hands, Draft Hype and DiMaggio's Streak: Debunking America's Favorite Sports Myths." 

 Gateway Technical College president Bryan Albrecht

Steven Mussenden, executive director of the Racine Literacy Council.

Susan Bordo, author of "The Destruction of Hillary Clinton." She is a Pulitzer Prize nominee. 

 Racine mayor John Dickert - with Nan Calvert.

Best-selling author Julia Dahl, author of "Conviction: a Novel."  

Renowned choral composer Jake Runestad, who is visiting Carthage College.

Gina Kolata,  author of "Mercies in Disguise: A Story of Hope, a Family's Genetic Destiny, and the Science that Rescued Them."