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From the archives: Bryan Lynch talks about being a contestant on the game show "Jeopardy." 

From the archives,  Janet Malamud Smith  "A Potent Spell" 

Susan Silverman,  author of "Casting Lots." 

Scott Raab,  author of "You're Welcome, Cleveland."   

Marc Eliot, author of "Charlton Heston: Hollywood's Last Icon" 

Sam Wasson; author of "Fifth Avenue, Five A.M."  A look at the iconic film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" 

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

Amotz Asa-El, author of "Diaspora and the Lost Tribes of Israel."  

Dr. James Kinchen, director of choral activities at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Lawrence Levy, author of "To Pixar and Beyond."  

GTC president Bryan Albrecht with several award-winning teachers from Gateway Technical College.  

Tentative: Nan Calvert and Erin Heskett (Dir. of National and Regional Services, Land Trust Alliance.) 

Erik Weihemayer, author of "No Barriers:  A Blind Man's Journey to Kayak the Grand Canyon." Part Two: Dr. Ed Kawakami,  conductor of the Carthage Orchestra. Part Three: Dr. Richard Horowitz,talking about Lyme Disease

Ashlee Vance, author of "Elon Musk: Telsa, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future." Part Two; James Tobin, author of "To Conquer the Air:  the Wright Brothers and the Race for Flight"  

Hope Jahren, author of "Lab Girl"

Actor Haisan Williams.  He is a past participant in the UW-Parkside Shakespeare Prison Project

Novelist Christine Baker Klein, author of "A Piece of the World."  

Brian Gill, from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside theater department 

For Black History Month-  Playwright Regina Taylor, Also, actress Kim Stinger.

Burt Solomon, author of "The Murder of Willie Lincoln." Part two; Jacqueline Tobin, author of "From Midnight to Dawn:The Last Tracks of the Underground Railroad." 

For Black History Month:  the life of George Washington Carver.

Nan Calvert, Jayne Herring (GTC) and Sister Jane (Eco Justice Center)  preview the upcoming Eco Fest.   

Jonathan Starr, author of "It takes a School."   

Flamenco guitarist and composer David Maldonado

President's Day - including tribute actor Eric Richardson,  who frequently portrays Abraham Lincoln.

Rebroadcast for Black History Month- "Giants: The Parallel Lives of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln."  

Author of "Scribe: My Life in Sports," Bob Ryan. 

Dr. Wael Farouk, head of piano at Carthage

Previewing the "Independent Lens" documentary titled "Tower." The film recounts the mass shooting which occurred at the University of Texas

The story of the Koss Family Foundation and their upcoming fundraiser. 

Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht

Interviews from the archives for Black History Month.

Susan Quinn, author of "Eleanor and Hick:  A Love Affair that Shaped a First Lady." 

Carthage Professor Yuri Maltsev. Professor Maltsev will discuss his recent trip to South Africa. 

UW Parkside Professor Jonathan Shailor.   Professor Shailor will discuss the communicative style of the Trump administration

Dr. James Ripley and three members of the Carthage Wind Orchestra talk about their recent tour of Japan. 

Carthage Political Science Professor Jerry Mast discusses President Trump's first days in office. 

Rev. Kevin Johnson. He is a former pastor of First United Methodist Church in Kenosha. 

Chase Robinson, author of "Islamic Civilization in Thirty Lives: The First 1,000 Years."  

Preview of "The Race Underground," airing tomorrow night on American Experience.   

Joshua Mohr, author of "Sirens." The book is about Mohr's struggles with addition.

Captain James Hawkins, commanding officer of the Great Lakes Naval Station in North Chicago. He is a Kenosha native.

Andrew Sperling,  Director of Federal Legislation Advocacy for NAMI National. 

Carthage professor Art Cyr offers analysis of current events and reaction to the first days of the Trump presidency.

Sarah van Gelder, founder of Yes! Magazine - author of "The Revolution Where You Live:  Stories from a 12,000 Mile Journey Across a New America."

Previewing the Lakeside Players's production of "The Secret Garden." 

Former NFL football star Bruce Matthews.  "Inside the NFL's First Family: My Life of Football, Faith and Fatherhood." 

Nora McInerny Purmont  "It's Okay to Laugh. (Crying is Cool, too.)"

Bryan Albrecht, President of Gateway Technical College, talking about GED options. 

Marina Cantacuzino "The Forgiveness Project: Stories from a Vengeful Age."