2 Weeks Into Office, St. Louis County Prosecutor Talks Reforms, Resources, Criticisms And More
The first African-American to hold the post, Wesley Bell discusses his current focus on implementing the reforms he campaigned on during his recent race against longtime incumbent Bob McCulloch. Bell takes questions from host Don Marsh and from listeners on a range of topics.
A Closer Look At Illinois’ New Governor J.B. Pritzker
Illinois Public Radio statehouse reporter Brian Mackey joins host Don Marsh to discuss the inauguration of Illinois' new governor J.B. Pritzker. Mackey highlights key moments of Pritzker’s speech and touches on what’s ahead for the governor and the state.
From St. Louis To Beijing: Author Elsa Hart Discusses Li Du Mysteries, Writing Process, What’s Next
“City of Ink,” set in early 18th-century Beijing, is Elsa Hart’s third novel. She’s currently at work on her fourth. Hart talks with host Don Marsh about her characters and settings, some of her influences and favorite authors, and how she goes about bringing a centuries-old world to life for her readers.
St. Louis Cathedral Concerts' 'Joyous Jubilee' Series Highlights African-American Musical Influences
Post-Dispatch Sportswriter Details What Makes A Baseball Legend
Later this month, baseball fans and writers will react to who is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. How is those players chosen? St. Louis Post-Dispatch sportswriter Derrick Goold details that process in conversation with host Don Marsh.