Charlie Brennan – Friday, November 22nd – KMOX’s Ron Jacober and Pres. Kennedy; Taylor Branch on JFK and Civil Rights; Charlie Brennan Roast; and Eric Wulff and Ron James on Covenant House Missouri
Charlie and Debbie with Ron Jacober, who had met Pres. John F. Kennedy; with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Taylor Branch on JFK and the civil rights movement; and with Eric Wulff and Ron James on an upcoming holiday benefit concert for Covenant House Missouri; and, Charlie plays portions of Wednesday evening’s “Charlie Brennan Roast”.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, October 22nd – Tom Ackerman on World Series; the Cards’ Joe Strohm; Chef Lou Rook; Ray Hartman; Tim McIntyre
Charlie talks with Tom Ackerman and Joe Strohm about the Cardinals/Red Sox World Series matchup and ticket availability; with Chef Lou Rook about his upcoming book club event with KMOX on Oct. 30th; with Ray Hartman about charging admission to the STL Zoo; and with Tim McIntyre about eTwist.
Charlie talks with Time magazine Editor Nancy Gibbs about her book, “The Presidents Club “; with STL Immigration Att’y Ken Schmidt about the Arizona immigration law; with John Regenbogen of Scenic Missouri about State billboard legislation; with Ray Hartman about the upcoming “Costas to the Max” event this Sat., Apr. 28, honoring Disability Rights Activist Max Starkloff; and with the Rev. Larry Rice about moving the Downtown STL homeless encampment.
Pollack’s death called a loss for St. Louis.
Rick Desloge and Norman Pressman talk about the upcoming bike ride to benefit cancer research and Siteman Cancer Center, Pedal the Cause…Ray Hartman and Patrick Ishmael state their case for and against Aerotropolis…Ron Kramer, inventor of the beer can cigarette lighter…and MoDot’s Chief Engineer Dave Nichols talks about possible funding for roads and job creation in Mo.
Charlie talks with Ron Kessler, author of “The Secrets of the FBI”…Ray Hartman tells us why St. Louis Rams fans should be afraid…and Colonel Bill Pogue talks about his upcoming Aug. 25th visit to STL,and his book, “But for the Grace of God”.