Hancock & Kelley
Father Biondi announced that he will be leaving SLU. St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bill McClellan tells us more about the story.
John and Michael talk with Mark Glaze of Mayors Against Illegal Guns; with Major Mike Lyons about North Korea ready with rockets on standby to hit U.S. bases; with Lt. Mark Donald on his book, Battle Ready; and with Jared Boyd with the STL Treasurers Office about parking meter problems in Downtown St. Louis.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, March 28th – Is Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul being railroaded out of office?
John and Michael talk with Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and his Att’y Chet Pleban about impeachment charges agst. Mayor Paul; with Susan Trautman of Great Rivers Greenway about allocation of tax money for the Arch, parks & bike trails, should Prop. P pass; and discuss whether the Catholic Church has done a good job rebranding itself since the retirement of Pope Benedict.
John and Michael talk about politicians addressing issue of gay marriage; with Doug Change, new GM at the Ritz Carlton in STL; with Ron Shaich of BreadCo.; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Filmmaker John Ziegler, who made “Framing Joe Paterno”; with Rocky Marlowe about a church service tonight, featuring the music of U2; and they talk about parking meter problems in Downtown STL.
Hancock & Kelley – Tuesday, March 26th – “Survivor” Creator Mark Burnett and “Touched by an Angel” Star Roma Downey
Charlie talks with “Survivor” Creator Mark Burnett and his wife, Roma Downey, star of “Touched by an Angel”, about their hit cable series, “The Bible”; with Cong. Bob Fey of Ohio, incarcerated over the Abramoff scandal; with Darren Pang of Fox Sport Midwest’s Blues broadcast team; and with Karen Ehlmann and Phyllis Hymes with Volunteers in Medicine.
John and Michael talk with California high school Senior Jake Davison, who has asked Super Model Kate Upton to his prom; with Prof. John Lott about more gun restrictions; and then face-off on the issue of gay marriage.
Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and attorney Chet Pleban join the show.
Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner joins us to explain who’s to blame if there’s a sequester.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, February 15th – Will the Carnival Cruise disaster keep you from cruising?
John & Michael talk about the Carnival Cruise at-sea disaster; debate the minimum wage proposal of President Obama; and face-off on the issue of gay marriage and photo I.D.’s for Missouri.
We get a preview of tonight’s State of the Union Address from Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the National Journal’s Hotline.