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Donna Linn conducts a variety of in depth and poignant interviews with celebrities, artists, movers and shakers not often covered on traditional radio. Significant coverage is given to the arts and entertainment.

1 - Don Grady

Don Grady, award-winning musician and composer discusses his career on My Three Sons, as well as his musical credits, including the hit CD, Boomer....A Showmetalkradio favorite!

2 - Mark Klose

Mark Klose, veteran broadcaster and media personality discusses his glory days at KSHE Radio, one of the countrys top rock stations in the 1960s and 70s - lively, informative!

3 - Gregory Branham, M.D.

Gregory Branham, M.D. Division Chief of Facial Plastic Surgery at Washington University examines current cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.

4 - Jackie Goldberg

Jackie Goldberg, actress and creator of the Get Up, Get Out and Get a Life Seminar Series shares her secrets of longevity - funny, inspirational.

5 - Storytellers Annette Harrison, Lynn Rubright and Bobby Norfolk

Ignite your imagination with celebrated storytellers, Annette Harrison, Lynn Rubright and Bobby Norfolk as they discuss the 30th anniversary of the St. Louis Storytelling Festival.

6 - Stanley Livingston

Stanley Livingston, Fondly remembered as Chip on My Three Sons, talks about his journey from child star to successful producer and creator of the award-winning DVD Series, The Actors Journey Project - fun, informational!

7 - Ron Turner, Ph.D.

Dr. Ron Turner, Executive Vice-President of the University of Missouri reminisces about his career as an educator and passion for storytelling.

8 - Lynn Rubright

Lynn Rubright, professional storyteller and master educator talks about her book, Mamas Window and 35-year plus career as Professor of Communications at Webster University in St. Louis.


Bob Kuban, drummer and impresario talks about The Bob Kuban Brass, including The Cheater, the song that led to his induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.