Charlie talks with Michael Hall of Cardinals Care; with Steve Futterman about last night’s Golden Globe Awards; and with Investment Advisor Al Goldman about the state of the stock market.
Charlie talks with U.S. Cong. Todd Akin, his first local interview since his comments last week about women and rape; and with David Paleologos about political polling numbers; with Astronaut Col Bill Pogue about the death of Neil Armstrong; and with Al Goldman on the state of the stock market.
Charlie talks with St. Chas. Co. Exec. Steve Ehlmann, one of five most crucial people to the STL region; with Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler about Mitt Romney and Bane Capital; with Dr. J. Wm. Harbour of Washington Univ. School of Medicine about a new test which predicts cancer outcomes; and with Al Goldman about the upcoming elections and the stock market.
On the 10th anniversary of Jack Buck’s death, Charlie replays a December, 1991, show, as Jack Buck co-hosts and talks with Curlee Neal and Jonathan Winters. Also, it’s Money Mondays, and Charlie talks with Investment Adviser Al Goldman.
Charlie talks with Go! St. Louis Marathon Winner Jackie Pirtle-Hall; with Scott Avery of the O’Fallon, MO, Fire Protection District about firefighters pay, benefits and Select Comfort mattresses; with SIUE’s Prof. Gary Mayer about its upcoming Botball competition; with STL City’s Bill Siedhoff about moving the City’s homeless, again; and with Financial Advisor Al Goldman about the state of the current stock market.
Charlie talks with U.S. Senator John McCain, 2008 Republican presidential candidate, about Mitt Romney; with Bob Costas about his upcoming benefit for Cardinal Glennon on April 21, starring Kevin Costner and Dana Carvey (for tickets, call 314-577-5606, or online at glennon.org; and with Financial Adviser Al Goldman about the ups and downs of the stock market.
Charlie talks with U.S. Cong. Todd Akin about Sen. Danforth’s endorsement of Thomas Schweich as GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in Missouri; with Mo. State Rep Wanda Brown about gun legislation; with Financial Adviser Al Goldman about the possiblity of the U.S. bombing Iran and stock market effects; and with Fred Bronstein, Pres. &CEO of the STL Symphony Orchestra, about the Symphoney’s performance at Carnegie Hall.
Charlie talks with POLITICO.com Reporter James Hohmann about the results of the South Carolina primary, and with Financial Adviser Al Goldman about gold as an investment.