Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk discusses the good start to the season and rookie forward Vladimir Tarasenko. Mike Wood, volunteer event chair for the Coaches vs Cancer Shootout, talks about the upcoming day of hoops at […]
Charlie hosts a special Tribute to Stan Musial, the greatest player in the history of baseball, with Bob Costas, Bill White, Red Schoendienst and George Vescey.
Thanks to Bob Costas following the Jovan Belcher tragedy, it’s apparent that there is no occasion in which a liberal-minded high-profile personality in society thinks that their opinion is unwelcome.
“This is not a gun issue this is a domestic violence issue,” Jennifer Joyce told KMOX’s Mark Readon.
The telecast will be available across the country exclusively on MLB Network, including in the St. Louis and Washington home television territories.
Class of 2012 inductee Jim Hanifan (seated) was on hand for announcement, Sunday.
Right before their playoff series starts tomorrow we have Ken Hitchcock on the air on Sports Open Line!
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 award-winning Broadcaster Bob Costas…with Emily Miller, whose mother was murdered in 1978 and whose murderer was executed by lethal injection in 1995. Emily is an advocate for a moratorium on the death penalty in Missouri. And, Charlie talks with Jazz Vocalist Kurt Elling, performing at Jazz at the Bistro this weekend. For tickets, log on to http://www.metrotix.com
TIAM: A Star Is Born And Her Name Is “Wheezy”, Bob Costas Interviews Jerry Sandusky, What Our Winter May Be Like & Regis Is Calling It Quits
“Wheezy” is now a star. Bob Costas spoke with Jerry Sandusky. We got an idea of what our winter weather might be like. Matt Roush on Regis Philbin’s last week.