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Best wgnradio.com podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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The Executive Director of the DuPage County Health Department, Karen Ayala, joins John Williams to talk about what’s been going on in DuPage County in the world of COVID. Listen in as Karen breaks down the COVID numbers by each city community and how they are coping with the numbers. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778595/3778595_2020-08-05-20253…
 
Chicago Tribune Restaurant Critic Phil Vettel talks about the continuing struggles that accompany the reopening of restaurants. Those include Brindille and Gotham Bagels is finally bringing Chicagoans their coveted New York style bagels. Plus, listeners call in with their experiences on COVID safety precautions at restaurants and Phil weighs in on …
 
Comparative Immunologist and Professor of Biology Dr. Erin Bromage joins John Williams to address President Trump’s argument that the number of coronavirus-related deaths in relation to number of cases is more significant than the number of deaths to population. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778577/3778577_2020-08-05-182017.64kmono.mp3…
 
USA Today Major League Baseball Columnist Bob Nightengale joins John Williams to explain how players might have spread the coronavirus so widely, enough to cause the Cardinals to spiral down. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778576/3778576_2020-08-05-185816.64kmono.mp3By wgnradio.com
 
Growing up in 60’s Liverpool, Freda Kelly was one of The Beatles earliest fans, watching the Fab Four perform far before international stardom. From there, she began work as manager Brian Epstein’s secretary and the rest is music history. Freda shares her first-hand account of the rise and fall of The Beatles with Dane Neal and tells the tale of ho…
 
Dr. John Duffy chats with Roe Conn about students’ mental health, why panic attacks are on the rise during the pandemic and how many parents are considering homeschooling kids in the Fall. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778426/3778426_2020-08-04-232726.64kmono.mp3 Follow your favorite Roe Conn Show characters on Twitter: Follow @RoeConn Follow @…
 
Election attorney Burt Odelson joins Roe Conn to discuss the options for Illinois residents voting by mail for the 2020 Presidential election. Odelson says Illinois previously used to have an excuse system for mail-in voters. Individuals that voted in the last few elections will automatically receive an application in the mail. Voters can submit vi…
 
University of Illinois Extension Educator of Horticulture Richard Henschel joins the Roe Conn show to discuss the mysterious seeds illegally sent from China. 14 different species of seeds have been sent to thousands of people via the U.S. Postal Service. Henschel says the seeds may seem innocent and represent ordinary plants often grown in home gar…
 
Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project Public Relations Executive Director Dave Benjamin joins John Williams to address what John witnessed Monday, a scene in which children watched as a rescue team tried to find their drowning friend. Dave describes what a scene like this one normally looks like, and precautions the city should take to prevent drowning. …
 
Illinois ACLU Executive Director Colleen Connell joins John Williams to describe the rights of Governor J.B. Pritzker to fine people who don’t follow coronavirus rules. She explains why she agrees with the idea. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778344/3778344_2020-08-04-161844.64kmono.mp3By wgnradio.com
 
Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey joins John Williams to explain why teachers don’t wish to go back to school even though the state and Chicago Public Schools have cleared hybrid reopening. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778343/3778343_2020-08-04-160043.64kmono.mp3By wgnradio.com
 
Former Astronaut & SpaceX senior advisor Garrett Reisman tells us WHY the Dragon mission was a success, what exactly do Dragon Astronaut’s Bob and Doug have to go through once they land, and who brought the toy Dragon on board? https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778255/Garrett_Reisman_080420_2020-08-04-095355.128.mp3…
 
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Dave Mason, joined Pete McMurray to talk about the new remake of “Feelin’ Alright” with Michael McDonald, Sammy Hagar, Mick Fleetwood and more. Plus, Michael McDonald has better hair than Sammy in the Quarantines. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778254/Dave_Mason_080420_2020-08-04-095454.64kmono.mp3…
 
Northwestern Medicine’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jim Adams chats with Roe Conn about COVID-19 updates. Northwestern is part of a national trial and is in need of five thousand volunteers. Adams said anyone 18-65 is encouraged to sign up. More information is posted on Northwestern’s website. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778220/3778220_2020-08-…
 
David Greenstein, PHD Lecturer of Special Collections and University Archives for The Richard J. Daley Library at the University of Chicago, chats with Roe Conn about a new two year oral history project chronicling leadership of former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. The project includes 45 videotaped interviews with political advisors, chiefs of s…
 
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi chats with Roe Conn about President Trump’s administration overspending $500 million on ventilators. Democrats on the House Oversight Committee suggest that the Trump administration failed to enforce an existing contract with a major medical manufacturer and delayed negotiations for more than a month. Krishnamoorthi also co…
 
The Chicago Teachers Union held a protest today calling for Chicago Public Schools to keep schools closed this fall. The district is recommending two days of in-person instruction and three days of remote learning. But there’s no final decision yet. Stacy Davis Gates, CTU Vice President chats with Roe Conn about her thoughts on the issue. https://s…
 
Chicago-Kent Center for Open Government Law Director Clint Krislov joins John Williams to explain the city’s deal with parking meter companies, and the huge sum the city earned by selling rights to those meters. Clint argues what makes those deals illegal. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3778150/3778150_2020-08-03-175350.64kmono.mp3…
 
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