Charlie and Debbie talk with Dr. Robert Criss, Prof. of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University, about the fire which is getting closer to the nuclear material at the Bridgeton Landfill and the need for an unbiased assessment of the level of radiation there.

U.S. Cong. John Shimkus (R-IL) discusses illegal immigrants, the immigration debate, and the minimum wage debate.

Charlie and Debbie talk with Andy Hahn, Director of the Campbell House Museum, about his free presentation, the first of the Friends of Tower Grove Park Lecture Series, this Sunday, Feb. 2, at the Stupp Center (Grand/Arsenal) on “Lucas Place: The Lost Neighborhood of St. Louis’ Gilded Age”. For information, call the Campbell House Museum at 314-421-0325, or log on to

Rob Levy of Subterranean Books talks about the bestselling books, Valentine’s Day books and his recommendations for good reading. Website: Facebook: Subterranean Books
Twitter: @subbooks

It’s Throwback Thursdays, as Charlie talks with San Francisco Chronicle Sports Writer Bruce Jenkins, son of Gordon Jenkins of Webster Groves, who gave Folk Singer Peter Seeger his start.


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