A.P. Capitol Correspondent Jerry Bodlander talks about President Obama’s budget plans that were rolled out yesterday, and we hear from Jefferson City Capitol correspondent Phil Brooks, Dr. Joe Primrose, and Tony Award winner Alice Ripley.
Harry tells us about the upcoming season of shows that can be seen at the Fox Theatre.
Charlie talks with Nuclear Engineering Professor Dr. Arvind Kumar about how safe is nuclear power, with Bob Costas about his upcoming Bob Costas Benefit for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, and with NY Times Food Writer and Bestselling Author Mark Bittman about agricultural subsidies.
Charlie talks with Dr. Michael Wysession about the earthquake in Japan and tsunami, with Mark Mix and Bob Soutier about right to work in Mo., with Antonio Douthit, STL dancer who will be performing in STL this weekend; with STL County Prosecuting Att’y Bob McCullough about the sentencing of a local police ofcr. for a drunk driving crash which killed four people, and with Joe McGlynn about Saturday’s, 3/12, STL’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Charlie talks with Country Singer/Songwriter Superstar Merle Haggard about his March 9th appearance at the Fox Theatre in St. Louis, and
talks with UMSL Professor Donald Phares about his recently-released report on how Missouri stacks up economically and governmentally on a nat’l level.
Harry reviews “9 to 5”, which is showing at the Fox Theatre.
Charlie talks about the resignation of Egypt’s President Husni Mubarak, three priests charged with rape in Philadelphia, the Fox Theatre production of “9 to 5: The Musical”, and the investigation into the death of Adrienne Martin, August Busch IV’s girlfriend.