Your Talk Show Podcasts

3/27/15 Fun For All Friday


Miscellaneous topics.

3/27/15 Open Phones/Focus on Energy


First, open phone time Tort Reform. Then, Sarah Platt, Communications Director for Focus on Energy talks about a new program that will offer residents free energy saving items and free installation.

3/27/15 Justice Ann Walsh Bradley


We hear from the Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.

3/26/15 Stay Healthy Rock County


Sinuses and allergies with Dr. Steven Lyon.

3/26/15 Mike Reuter & Joe Knilans-RCHS


First, more open phone time. Then, the Janesville Knights of Columbus and the Rock County Historical Society are teaming up again for some Easter fun, and we preview upcoming events at RCHS.

3/26/15 Open Phones


Respect, Bowe Bergdahl charges, and officer-involved deaths.

3/25/15 Open Phones


Your thoughts on our earlier interviews.

3/25/15 Mark Freitag


Our monthly update with Janesville's City Manager.

3/25/15 Dr. Karen Schulte


Our monthly update with the School District of Janesville's Superintendent.

3/24/15 Focus on the Facts


Wade focuses on driving 70 MPH in Wisconsin.

3/24/15 Open phones


Speed limit increase, voting and more.

3/24/15 Rock County 4-H Alumni


First, some open phone time. Then, an organization comprised of former 4-Hers is looking to increase their scholarship program and has some innovative ideas they'd like to get growing. We find out more from Gordie Andrews and Brian Knudson.

3/23/15 Miscellaneous Monday


Sound-off callers, Ted Cruz announces his candidacy for president and more.

3/23/15 Jeremy Gutsche/Congressman Paul Ryan


First, the world has shifted and reliance on "the way we always did it" doesn't work. How do you get a handle on the new trends you need to know to keep yourself and your business relevant? Jeremy Gutsche, founder of TrendHunter.com will give us some insights from his new book, BETTER AND FASTER: The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas. Then, Congressman Paul Ryan joins for an update.

3/20/15 Fun For All Friday


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3/20/15 Pet Peeve Friday


What's "grinding your gears?"

3/20/15 Senator Ron Johnson/Judge James Daley


First, we get an update on a variety of issues from Senator Ron Johnson. Then, we spend a few minutes with the challenger (and Rock County Circuit Court Judge) to Justice Bradley for the Wisconsin Supreme Court election on April 7, Judge James Daley.

3/19/15 Stay Healthy Rock County


Kids and accidental poisoning with Dr. Mark Boettcher.

3/19/15 Harry Rinker


Harry sticks around to appraise more of your items.

3/19/15 Harry Rinker


Ahead of his keynote address at the Salvation Army's Tin Cup Luncheon today, our Sunday morning "Whatcha Got?" host joins us for some call-in appraisals of your antiques. Harry is also holding appraisal clinics this afternoon in conjunction with theSalvation Army event.

3/18/15 Angie Edge


Angie Edge from the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board stops by with a healthy breakfast and snack option made with real Wisconsin dairy.

3/18/15 Uninformed


The conversation continues and includes a thought-provoking clip from "The Newsroom."

3/18/15 Uninformed


A recent Jimmy Kimmel sketch makes us wonder just how uninformed is the general American public?

3/17/15 Focus on the Facts


Wade focuses on issues in the Tomah VA Hospital.

3/17/15 Online Privacy


We talk with Robert Neivert the COO of "Private.me", a personal information security company, about a proposed internet "Consumer Bill of Rights" that would let consumers monitor, correct and delete information that companies hold about them and ultimately prohibit companies from reselling and reusing data in ways that make users uncomfortable.
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