Charlie Brennan – Steve Ehlmann, St. Charles County Executive; Peter Kinder, Lt. Governor of Missouri
John Hancock and Michael Kelley fill in for Charlie while he is on vacation. Hancock and Kelley talk to St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann about what’s going on in the area. Hancock and Kelley […]
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, January 1st 2015 – Mark Kern about St. Clair County; Harry Hamm on Entertainment
John Hancock and Michael Kelley fill in for Charlie while he is on vacation. Hancock and Kelley chat with Mark Kern, County Board Chairman of St. Clair County, about what’s going on in the area. […]
Charlie Brennan – December 22 – Former STL County Police Tim Fitch on Attitudes Towards Police; Kevin Demoff, St. Louis Rams; and Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Management
Charlie with Former STL County Police Chief Tim Fitch; replays Michael Kelley’s interview with Rams exec. VP and COO, Kevin Demoff; and with Market Analyst Larry Swedroe.
Charlie Brennan – December 19 – Charlie Gitto on 40th Anniv. of Charlie Gitto’s Restaurant; Marc Kramer; Chris Koster; Judge Frank Vatterott; Pastor Rocky Marlowe
Charlie and Debbie with Charlie Gitto on the 40th anniv. of his restaurant; and with Pastor Rocky Marlowe of Kirkwood United Methodist Church on its “Let It Be” Beatles/Christmas concert. Charlie talks with Marc S. Kramer, att’y for Vinita Park; with Mo. AG Chris Koster; Judge Frank Vatterott, and with Rob Levy of the Univ. City Library.
Charlie Brennan – December 18 – CBS White House Correspondent Peter Maer; Gig Gwin on Travel to Cuba; Charles Claggett on Max Starkloff and the Fight For Disability Rights
Charlie and Debbie talk with CBS White House Correspondent Peter Maer on his retirement; and with Gig Gwin of Gwin’s Travel on travel to Cuba. Charlie talks with Charles E. Claggett, author of “Max Starkloff and the Fight for Disability Rights”.
Charlie Brennan – December 17 – John Mitchell on Korea-Dallas Flight with Severe Turbulence; Gary Crump; Edna Campos Gravenhorst; Nick Whitney
Charlie and Debbie with John Mitchell, who was on the Korea to Dallas American Airlines flight that encountered severe turbulence; and with Gary Crump of Paul’s Market in Ferguson. Charlie talks with Nick Whitney, who is blind, about being denied taxi service because of his guide dog; and with Edna Campos Gravenhorst, author of “Famous Barr: St. Louis Shopping At Its Finest”.
Charlie Brennan – December 16 – Devon Allman; Brent Dalrymple and Debbie Robertson of Sunrise Tours; Don Corrigan; Al Goldman; Daniel McFarland
Charlie talks with Brent Dalrymple and Debbie Robertson of Sunrise Tours; with Devon Allman with the Nat’l Blues Museum; with Don Corrigan, author of Environmental Missouri; with Chief Stock Market Strategist Al Goldman; with STL Entrepreneur Daniel McFarland; and with Dorothy Coyle and Mary Beth Herr of Coyle & Herr about Chicago in December and their new business.
Charlie Brennan – December 15 – Economist Stephen Moore; Dick Coyle and Dorothy Eden on Battle of the Bulge; Keith Clinton on Managing Anger
Charlie with Noted Economist Stephen Moore on the budget deal and gas prices; and with Battle of the Bulge War Veteran Dick Coyle, and Dorothy Eden, whose husband, Alvin, was Provost Sergeant over a group of German war prisoners. Charlie and Debbie talk with Dellwood Resident and Jennings Junior High Instructor Keith Clinton about his book, “Manage Anger Now 101”.
Charlie Brennan – December 12, 2014 – Kevin Gagnepain of El Monstero, Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin, Major Lonneal Richardson of the Salvation Army
Charlie and Debbie talk with Kevin Gagnepain of El Monstero; Charlie talks with Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin about St. Louis’s challenges, post-Ferguson; and with Major Lonneal Richardson, Midland Divisional Commander of the Salvation Army.
Charlie Brennan – December 11 — Danny Aiello; Al Michaels; Bill McDermott; STL Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson
Charlie with Actor Danny Aiello, NBC Sports Broadcaster Al Michaels, and Soccer Analyst Bill McDermott; Charlie and Debbie talk with STL Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson about the Salvation Army Firemen’s Bell Ringing.