Charlie talks with Comedian Martin Short about his career and upcoming visit to St. Louis for Siteman Cancer Center. (What: Siteman Cancer Center’s “Illumination: A Celebration of Lifesaving Cancer Cures”; When: Sat., Apr 26, 6:30 PM cocktails; 7:30 PM dinner; Where: The Ritz Carlton; To register: 314-286-0602)

Former St. Louis Symphony Conductor, Maestro Leonard Slatkin, pays a visit to Charlie and Debbie to talk about tomorrow’s “Coffee Concert”.

Charlie talks baseball with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin.

UMSL’s Dr. Fred Fausz discusses St. Louis’ 800th birthday and the upcoming “St. Louis Metromorphosis: The Significance of a City Across the Centuries”. (When: April 25-26; Where: UMSL JC Penney Conference Center; To register, call 314-516-6590)

Charlie talks with Los Angeles Times Reporter Jack Cheevers about his book, “Act of War: Lyndon Johnson, North Korea, and the Capture of the Spy Ship ‘Pueblo'”. St. Louisan and Navy Lt. Skip Schumacher, who was an officer aboard the ‘Pueblo’ and spent 11 months in North Korea, joins the conversation.

#tbt It’s Throwback Thursday, and Charlie and Debbie talk with Jan Herman, naval historian and author of “The Lucky Few: the Fall of Saigon and the Rescue Mission of the USS Kirk”.

Charlie and Debbie talk with Mary Ella Gabler, founder of the luxury linens company, Peacock, and author of “Uncommon Thread — A Woman, A Brand, A Legacy: The Story of Peacock Alley Fine Linens”.


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