Your Talk Show Podcasts

4/18/14 Michael Krueger


The Beloit Janesville Symphony is now the Rock River Philharmonic. We preview the upcoming season and some exciting changes taking place within the organization.

4/18/14 Tallman Easter/Mike Lecrone


A Knight and a bunny?? Well, not exactly, but we talk about the Knights of Columbus Easter egg hunt in conjunction with the Rock County Historical Society with Mike Reuter and Joe Knilans. Then, this year's UW Badger Spring Band concert (April 24-46) features Mark Pender from Conan, and Tom Wopat from Broadway, Dukes of Hazzard and Django Unchained. We talk with famed director Mike

4/18/14 Mark Antonacci - Resurrection of the Shroud


A midwestern author and attorney has been investigating the history and mystery of the Shroud of Turin - often speculated to be the burial cloth of Jesus. We explore the history and the science behind the theory of the most famous piece of fabric in the world, some of which can also be found in Mark's book, "The Resurrection of the Shroud".

4/17/14 Vets Roll 5/Essentialism


First, the fifth anniversary of the once-in-a-lifetime Veteran's trip is coming this May as dozens of vets and volunteers travel to Washington. We talk with organizer, Mark Finnegan about the upcoming event and an upcoming fundraiser. Then, get readyfor a new 'truth'. You CAN'T do it all. Author Greg McKeown offers his thoughts on what keeps capable, driven people from breaking through to

4/17/14 Open Phones


Open phones on taxes, community involvement and living on Social Security.

4/16/14 Angie Edge


April is Grilled Cheese Month and Angie Edge from the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board has some delicious recipes.

4/16/14 City Manager Mark Freitag


Our monthly discussion with Janesville's City Manager.

4/16/14 Open Phones


More on the Nevada rancher story.

4/15/14 Focus on the Facts


Wade Williams focuses on the story of the Nevada rancher who refuses to pay grazing fees.

4/15/14 Steve McNeal-Beloit School Performance


A recent report shows WKCE test scores in Beloit are lower than average. What's the story there? School District of Beloit Superintendent Steve McNeal joins us to unpack the report.

4/15/14 Matt Kealy-Janesville City Council


The lone dissenter on the Janesville City Council regarding the Fire Station joins us to discuss the decision, his dissenting vote and what the next steps are.

4/14/14 Open Phones/United Way


First, more open phone time. Then, an update on this year's campaign for the newly merged United Way with Steve Kincaid and Tom Spilde of the United Way Blackhawk Region.

4/14/14 Open Phones


Your calls on a variety of issues.

4/11/14 Andy Mateja - Ronco & Popeil


Remember the Pocket Fisherman and the Veg-O-Matic? We gain some first hand insights into “The Rise and Fall of the First Popeil Gadget Dynasty” with author and former employee, Andrew Mateja as he tells the story of the two greatest gadget telemarketers of the 1970’s and early 1980’s – Popeil Brothers and Ronco – through his personal recollections of having the unique distinction of

4/11/14 Larry Pratt


Larry Pratt has been Executive Director of Gun Owners of America for 30 years. His stance on the recent (and past) military base shootings may be shocking or may make perfect sense to you. Plus, more open phone time.

4/11/14 Open Phones


A conversation on the true meaning of "Free Speech."

4/10/14 Stay Healthy Rock County


Organ Donation with Dr. Jon Van Roo.

4/10/14 Open Phones/JPD Explorers


First, more open phone time. Then, we discuss a new program from the Janesville Police Department: JPD Explorers. Where young people interested in law enforcement can learn what the job entails. We talk with Officer Bradley Rau and Sgt. Mike Blaser ofthe JPD. If you're interested in learning more about JPD Explorers email:

raub@ci.janesville.wi.us
or
blaserm@ci.janesville.wi.us

4/10/14 Open Phones


Do employers discriminate against potential job seekers who don't have a degree? We hear your thoughts. Plus, more on the fire station.

4/9/14 Joan Keener


As the creation versus evolution debate continues to receive fuel, a local author draws her own conclusions as to how many of today's "discoveries" are actually referenced in The Bible. We speak with the author about her "easy to digest" book.

4/9/14 Open Phones/ECHO


First, more open phone time. Then, Jessica Schafer-Locher and Karen Lisser from ECHO join us to discuss the ongoing needs of the local agency, a big donation just received and how you can help by attending a fundraising event later this month.

4/9/14 Open Phones


Your thoughts on the new Janesville Fire Station and the climate change debate continues.

4/8/14 Focus on the Facts


Wade focuses on the facts of public education in Wisconsin.

4/8/14 Steve Goreham


Steve Goreham is Executive Director of the Climate Science Coalition of America, an independent, non-political association of scientists, engineers, and concerned citizens dedicated to informing the American people about the realities of climate science. Steve is also author of the book: The Mad, Mad, Mad World of Climatism: Mankind and Climate Change Mania.

4/8/14 Open Phones


Your thoughts on climate change.
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