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Wednesday, March 21st
March 21st 2018, 3-4pm
Mark and Carol discuss the new season of American Idol. Chicago Tribune political reporter Rick Pearson discusses the Illinois Governor’s race between Governor Bruce Rauner and Democratic billionaire J.B. Pritzker. The Cardinals open up the regular season a week from tomorrow in New York. KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman joins us from Florida to discuss Spring Training and the Cardinals roster.
March 21st 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show and discusses his friend, U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, and her bid for re-election. Facebook is under new pressure over concerns it may have “mishandled” data for more than 50 million users. The data was later used by the data firm Cambridge Analytica to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. CNET’s Executive Editor Ian Sherr joins us. Mark takes call on Facebook privacy.
Tuesday, March 20th
March 20th 2018, 3-4pm
Ed Dowd is the attorney for Governor Eric Greitens. He joins us to discuss the case with the Governor
Monday, March 19th
March 19th 2018, 3-4pm
March 19th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show and discusses his trip to Mexico and the madness of the NCAA Tournament. Michael Avenatti is the attorney for Stormy Daniels. He discusses his St. Louis roots as a Parkway Central graduate and the pending case with his client and President Trump. Tomorrow is the Illinois primary election. Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner joins us to discuss his competition in the election and the power of Mike Madigan.
Wednesday, March 14th
March 12th 2018, Gary Nolan 3-4pm
Guest Host Gary Nolan talks about school uniforms, Putin's chemical attack on British soil. Nolan also takes calls on what you would do with $1,000,000
March 14th 2018, Gary Nolan 2-3pm
Guest Host Gary Nolan talks with KMOX' Carol Daniel about what she saw this morning with students walking out in O'Fallon Illinois. Nolan takes phone calls to get a listeners prospective with students walking out in protest to gun violence.
Monday, March 12th
March 12th 2018, Gary Nolan 3-4pm
Hour of Gary Nolan in for Mark Reardon. Gary opens up the phone lines this hour on the subjects of the Missouri bill that proposes mandatory porn blockers on all phones & computers; 15 year olds coming to Missouri to get married; and Education Secretary DeVoss will head a blue ribbon committee to examine school shootings and guns. The hour wraps with Cut of the Day and OJ Simpson's "hypothetical" interview. Hour 2 of 2.
March 12th 2018, Gary Nolan 2-3pm
Gary Nolan fills in for Mark Reardon. This hour Gary opens up the phone lines with talk on the Missouri bill that proposes mandatory porn blockers on all phones & computers; 15 year olds coming to Missouri to get married; and Education Secretary DeVoss will head a blue ribbon committee to examine school shootings and guns. Hour 1 of 2.
Thursday, March 8th
March 8th, 2018, 3-4pm
Mark Mantovani is running for the Democratic nomination for St. Louis County Executive. Mark talks with him about his run against Steve Stenger, who is running for re-election. Plus, an audio cut of the day.
March 8th, 2018, 2-3pm
Trump’s trade tariffs on steel and aluminum, Benjamin Ola Akande joins the show and is the former president of Westminster College and currently the President of the BOA Consulting. Peter Brooks, Heritage Foundation scholar and talks with Mark about North Korea giving up their nuclear weapons.
Wednesday, March 7th
March 7th 2018, 3-4pm
Michael Porter Jr. will play in the SEC Tournament tomorrow for Mizzou. Tigers radio analyst Chris Gervino joins us. Musicians read "mean tweets" on Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel.
Tuesday, March 6th
March 6th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark gets the latest on the Sam Nunberg story, North Korea and all things Trump with Republican strategist Doug Heye.
Monday, March 5th
March 5th 2018, 3-4pm
Former KSHE DJ Randy Raley discusses the death of Shooting Star guitarist Van McClain. What's going on with the construction on I-44 in Shrewsbury? Michelle Forneris of MoDOT joins us. The Cardinals ink shortstop Paul DeJong to a six-year extension. KMOX’s Tom Ackerman has reaction from Jupiter, Florida.
March 5th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show and talks Oscars. President Trump says he won’t back down on his plan to impose stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. – despite vocal opposition from some in his own party. Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at The Mercatus Center. Curtis Ellis loves the tariff. He’s a senior policy advisor with America First Policies. He has worked directly with President Trump on this issue for years.
Thursday, March 1st
March 1st, 2018, 2-3pm
Entercom St. Louis welcomed two new stations into our family today. Mark spoke at a career day in Rockwod this morning. Vinny Troia, an ethical hacker who heads up Night Lion Security, joins Mark to talk about if the picture with Greitens can be found. Missouri State Senator Bob Onder discusses on his support for “In God We Trust” display at Wentzville City Hall. Reardon talks more about gun control and plays some audio on it.
Wednesday, February 28th
February 28th 2018, 3-4pm
What’s wrong with the St. Louis Blues? Alex Ferrario joins us to discuss. Def Leppard’s Phil Collen discusses the band’s concert at Busch Stadium on August 24th.
February 28th 2018, 2-3pm
A May 14th trial date is set for Governor Eric Greitens. KMOX’s Kevin Killeen has been covering the story today at the courthouse downtown. FOX News columnist Suzanne Venker discusses her theory about “fatherlessness” and its impact on school shooters. GOP strategist and CNN contributor Scott Jennings discusses the latest President Trump stories – the 2020 campaign, Jared Kushner, and the Russia investigation.
Tuesday, February 27th
February 27th 2018, 3-4pm
Reardon shares a story about an antique mall having a rock thrown through the window and the owner believes it is because she fly’s a flag that supports the police. He tells another story of General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers Farhan Zaidi that continues winning their Fantasy football league. Senior fellow at “The Manhattan Institute” discusses the case “Janus vs AFSCME” Daniel DiSalvo joins Reardon. Closes out the show with the “Cut of the Day”
February 27th 2018, 2-3pm
Talks about Virginia Tech basketball coach Buzz Williams asking fans last night to stop cussing. Missouri State representative Shamed Dogan who is calling for Gov. Greitens to resign joins Reardon. He takes phone calls to get listeners views on Gov. Greitens
Monday, February 26th
February 26th 2018, 3-4pm
KMOX sports Alex Ferrario joins Mark to discuss the Blues trade of Paul Stastny. Christian Picciolini former neo Nazi and white supremacist and now co-founder of the group “Life After Hate” and author of the new book “White American Youth” joins Mark to discuss his life. Mark plays audio of Ivanka Trump about gun control. Closes out the show with the “Cut of the Day” including an Iowa player missing a free throw to stay tied with a former player who passed away.
February 26th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show previewing what is coming up though out the day. Ed Dowd the personal attorney for Governor Eric Greitens joins Mark to discuss the Indictment. KMOX GOP political analyst John Hancock joins Reardon to talk more about Governor Eric Greitens. Mark takes a few calls on the topic.
Friday, February 23rd
February 23rd 2018, 3-4pm
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, former Missouri State Senator John Lamping, and Democratic strategist Megan Shackelford McBride. Topics include the indictment of Governor Eric Greitens and Donald Trump’s visit with Americans at the White House about gun violence.
Thursday, February 22nd
February 22nd 2018, 3-4p
He talks with KMOX Carol Daniel about the upcoming CBS shows “Living Biblically.” Danny Wicentowski of the “Riverfront Times” joins Mark to talk about the three efforts in Missouri to pass a medical marijuana law. St. Louis native and executive producer of CBS new show “Living Biblically” joins Mark to discuss it. He closes out with the “Cut of the Day” including in final call of US women’s hockey the gold medal
February 22nd 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show talking about the police stopping the candy give away to kids and touches more with school shootings. Josh Kraushaar political editor for “The National Journal” joins Reardon to discuss what the next step is for congress to deal with calls for new gun laws. Reardon opens up phone lines to let listeners give their take on gun laws.
Wednesday, February 21st
February 21st 2018, 3-4pm
KMOX’s sales Alex Rich joins Mark live in studio to discuss his interesting weekend with flights and being at NBA all-star game in Los Angeles. He closes out the show with the “Cut of the Day.”
February 21st 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show talking about his night at the Blues game and checking score of Mizzou basketball later in the night. Jordan Stein the Director of Communications for the group Gun Owners of America joins Reardon to discuss gun violence and possibly raising minimum age to own a gun. Mark takes phone calls on how to fix the gun violence in the country.
Tuesday, February 20th
February 20th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark is joined by KMOX’s news anchor Carol Daniel talking Sterling K Brown making his SNL debut. Mark talks gun violence, how to control that and gets listeners views on it. He ends it with the “Cut of the Day” of audio from President Trump on gun control
February 20th 2018, 2-3pm
He talks about his rules for his Christmas lights. Missouri and Clayton Times Publisher Scott Faughn joins Mark to get the latest on Greitens investigation. Chris Whipple author of “The Gatekeeper” joins Reardon to discuss his conversation with former White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus about the early days of the Trump Administration. Finally, he plays audio of Olympic freestyle skier not doing tricks in the halfpipe
Monday, February 19th
February 19th 2018, 3-4pm
Hour 2 of the Mark Reardon Show starts with some callers with comments on the Parkland, FL shooting and the gun control debate. Then Mark is joined by Brandon Weichert to discusses the rising federal debt. Next, we hear from Jessica Radloff, Glamour Magazine’s West Coast Entertainment Editor with some Hollywood scoop including Black Panther’s record breaking weekend, the new Rosanne remake, and the #metoo movement. The hour wraps with Cut of the Day featuring Fergie's National Anthem performance. Hour 2 of 2.
February 19th 2018, 2-3pm
Today's Mark Reardon Show starts with Fergie and her National Anthem performance.... then it's back into the guns talk. Mark is joined by Kevin Cummins with Advantage Firearms Education and Training, who shares tips on how to be better prepared in an active shooter situation and everything there is to know about AR-15s. Later, Kevin and Mark take listener calls and comments on the topic. Hour 1 of 2.
Friday, February 16th
February 16th 2018, 3-4pm
Missouri Treasurer Eric Schmitt joins us in studio to talk Cardinals, hosting his daughter’s 4th grade class in Jefferson City, tipping, and TV shows. “He Said, She Said” trivia night to benefit St. Patrick’s Center is coming up on Friday, March 9th. Maggie Kloppenberg is the Development Manager at St. Patrick Center. Trey Hogan is with Hogan Transportation Companies.
February 16th 2018, 2-3pm
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, Democratic strategist Jack Cardetti, and St. Louis Post – Dispatch columnist Joe Holleman. Topics include the indictment of 13 Russian nationals, the Parkland, Florida high school shooting, Trey Gowdy, Rob Porter, the Olympics, and Spring Training.
Thursday, February 15th
February 15th 2018, 3-4pm
What can be done to reduce gun violence in schools? Mark takes calls.
February 15th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show and discusses the shooting yesterday in Florida. Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch is now running for a St. Louis County Council seat. He discusses what needs to be done in the wake of another school shooting. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt discusses the immigration bill, President Trump, the Porter scandal, and the Parkland shooting.
Wednesday, February 14th
February 14th 2018, 3-4pm
A gunman opens fire at a high school in Parkland, Florida. We have updates all hour from news affiliates in Florida. Bill murray discusses how politics affects comedy.
February 14th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show and talks Shaun White’s gold medal, the Mizzou – Texas A&M game, and the collapse by the Blues. David Thornton is a contributor at The Resurgent. He tells us why he feels federal deficit spending will never be fixed. Josh Kraushaar is a political editor for The National Journal. He discusses the latest on the Rob Porter investigation and comments from Congressman Trey Gowdy who says the House Oversight Committee is now overlooking into what happened. There’s a movement underway in some schools to do away with the phrase “best friend.”
Tuesday, February 13th
February 13th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark sits down and talks to Charlie Jabaley in studio to discuss his transformation of being 304 LBS and now becoming an athlete and training for Iron Man and his goal of transforming 1,000,000 lives. Chris Hrabe joins Mark live from Spring Training talking Cardinals baseball. Mark ends the show with the "Cut of the Day"
February 13th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens the show talking about Nelly being back in the news and this time for being accused of sexual assault. Missouri State Representative David Gregory joins Mark talking about the state budget and more. Next Mark is joined by Baltimore Sun Reporter Jean Marbella discussing trial of police officers found guilty of racketeering and robbery. Mark reads a creepy story on eye worms.
Monday, February 12th
February 12th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark opens up the hour talking about former Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors accusing her former swim coach abusing her. Kayleigh McEnany RNC spokesperson joins Reardon talking President Trump’s new infrastructure bill. Mark is joined by active member of St. Louis Curling Club Darel Shelton to help everyone understand the sport. Finally the "Cut of the Day" from Mick Mulvaney
February 12th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens up talking Winter Olympic and why curling sounds strange. He is joined by Buzzfeed writer David Mack to discuss Kim Jong Un’s sister. Next he talks about Peter Rabbit filmmakers apologizing for making light at allergies
Friday, February 9th
February 9th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark and Jane talk pets and support animals. Mack Bradley, president of the Mardi Gras Foundation, joins us in studio.
February 9th 2018, 2-3pm
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, Scott Faughn of the Missouri and Clayton Times, and St. Louis Alderman Jack Coatar. Topics include the averted shutdown, Rob Porter allegations, GOP buyer’s remorse with Josh Hawley, Governor Greitens and the grand jury, the memo and Devin Nunes, and the Winter Olympics.
Thursday, February 8th
February 8th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark talks with KMOX’s Dave Simons on the Dow drop. He talks with Missouri State Senator Danny Hoskins on his bill to legalize slot machines. He sits down with former poker player Annie Duke to discuss her new book “Thinking in Bets." Finally he does "Cuts of the Day"
February 8th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark plays audio of drunk Kevin Hart at the Super Bowl. He talks with Illinois Congressman John Shmkus on the prospects for passage of the new budget bill. Finally gives an update on the shooting yesterday in Florissant with the 290 LB. German Shepherd
Wednesday, February 7th
February 7th 2018, 3-4pm
Mark and Carol take a look back at the 10-year anniversary of the Kirkwood City Hall shootings. President Trump's idea of a military parade - good or bad? Oscar expert Dave Karger joins us to discuss his "31 Days of Oscar" underway on Turner Classic Movies.
February 7th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark opens up the show with a collection of audio. Scott Faughn, publisher of the Missouri and Clayton Times, discusses a Democrat winning a Republican state house seat in Jefferson County and possible buyer’s remorse within the Missouri GOP about Josh Hawley running for U.S. Senate. Arthur Schaper is a blogger, writer, and commentator on political topics. He is just back from taking part in a Jimmy Kimmel segment about DACA.
Tuesday, February 6th
February 6th 2018, 3-4pm
John Marshall, formerly with Signature Medical Group, is in Puerto Rico helping friends recover from Hurricane Maria. What’s up with Lady Doritos? Devin Nunes is not happy with the media. Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau does not like the term “mankind.” Ross Allen is Director of the United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade – North America. He is in town talking business opportunities with local companies.
February 6th 2018, 2-3pm
Mark loves a good British accent. What’s up with the Dow? CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joins us. Will we see more winter weather moving into the area? KMOV Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton joins us. We get the latest on the memo from John Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation.
Monday, February 5th
February 5th 2018, 3-4pm
Steve Templeton updates us on the upcoming forecast. Mark and producer Dave Cline discuss the Super Bowl and the commercials. Former NFL running back Merril Hoge discusses the Super Bowl and head injuries in football. Hoge is involved with the new ARK helmet technology.
February 5th 2018, 2-3pm
The Dow continues to plunge. KMOX’s Dave Simons, host of Dollars & Sense, joins us. St. Louis County Councilwoman Colleen Wasinger discusses the Council’s ongoing feud with St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger. What’s the latest with the memo? Josh Kraushaar is the political editor for the National Journal.
Friday, February 2nd
February 2nd 2018, 3-4pm
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry admits to an affair. WSMV TV reporter Alanna Autler joins us. We get a Super Bowl preview with Kansas City Chiefs broadcaster Mitch Holthus. Jeopardy contestants fumble an entire football category.
February 2nd 2018, 2-3pm
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis, and Brian Wahby – former Chair of the St. Louis City Democratic Committee. Topics include the release of the memo, Trump’s State of the Union address, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, the EPA and West Lake Landfill decision, and football safety.
Thursday, February 1st
February 1st 2018, 3-4pm
KMOV’s Chris Nagus discusses his story about an out-of-state landlord who owns hundreds of properties but is not paying real estate taxes on those properties. Actor Sebastian Stan, who plays Bucky Barnes in “Avengers: Infinity War” and Jeff Gillooly in “I, Tonya,” will be in town tomorrow for this weekend’s Wizard World Comic Con at America’s Center.
February 1st 2018, 2-3pm
Super Bowl halftime entertainer Justin Timberlake answers some awkward questions during his press conference earlier today. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt discusses his decision to remove 70% of the radioactive waste at the West Lake Landfill. St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger responds to St. Louis County Council members who say he is threatening their projects and their jobs if they do not vote with him.
Wednesday, January 31st
January 31st 2018, 3-4pm
Mark plays part of the Jimmy Kimmel interview with Stormy Daniels. We get a checkup on the St. Louis real estate market from Mark Gellman of the Gellman Team.
January 31st 2018, 2-3pm
The State of the Union address was full of creepy people last night. Mark thinks we need a politician like Kid Rock. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt gives his take on President Trump’s State of the Union address, the secret memo, and the FBI. We culled down the SOTU speech to give you the main talking points from last night. A Facebook user wrote a post about a crime she witnessed in downtown St. Louis and the response time by the police.
Tuesday, January 30th
January 30th 2018, 3-4pm
The Chicago Sun-Times suspends movie critic Richard Roeper to investigate allegations that Roeper bought Twitter followers. Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis is bringing free agent outfielder Jayson Werth as his guest to the President’s State of the Union address tonight.
January 30th 2018, 2-3pm
There is a shift in the St. Louis media landscape. What is the State of the Union? Mark takes calls. Bestselling author Howard Kurtz is the host of Fox News’ Media Buzz. His new book is “Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth.”
Monday, January 29th
January 29th 2018, 3-4pm
St. Louis Alderwoman Carol Howard discusses her bill to end the residency rule for city workers. Stacy Stahl is back from Ellen DeGeneres’ birthday show with Walgreens cashier Mike Haynes. Scott Baio defends himself against abuse claims.
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