Charlie talks with Legendary Actor Robert Wagner about his new book, “You Must Remember This — Life and Style in Hollywood’s Golden Age”.

U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) discusses the historic military sexual assault law, spearheaded by Senator McCaskill and passed in the Senate. The law will now go to the House, and will become law in a few weeks.

Twenty-five years ago this year, Pete Rose was banished from baseball. It’s Throwback Thursday, and Charlie and Debbie talk about with Sports Illustrated Editor Kostya Kennedy about his new book, “Pete Rose: An American Dilemma”.

Charlie and Debbie talk with Mo. State Rep. Rick Stream (R-Kirkwood) about amending the student transfer law.

Charlie talks with Carl Hazel, Executive Chef at The Scottish Arms, about the KMOX Food Fight competiton. For tickets, log on to

Keith Alper, CEO of Creative Producers Group and founder of EO, Entrepreneur’s Organization, talks about his upcoming trip to the TED conference and entrepreneurism in St. Louis.


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