On Friday's Afternoon Shift we cover things that took a break from the spotlight and are now stepping back into the limelight.First, we have a guest host today- Alison Cuddy, former host of Eight Forty-Eight.She begins by discussing the Chicago River.
When Rollie Pemberton was a kid growing up in the late 1980s and 1990s, he’d imagine his father in some spaceship-like place when he’d hear his voice on the Canadian airwaves in his hometown of Edmonton. Rollie’s dad Teddy was a radio pioneer of sorts in the Albertan province
Today on the 3@3, Chicago Tribune's Kristin McQueary and WBEZ's Mark Bazer talk with host Steve Edwards about the stories of the day.Which include:Steve Edwards: SCOTUS ruled today on FCC indecency, citing the laws too vague.
You may recognize Chris Hayes from MSNBC, where he hosts Up with Chris Hayes on weekend mornings, frequently appears on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donell, and occassionally guest-hosts The Rachel Maddow Show.
The defense in former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky’s sex abuse trial rested its case Wednesday morning without calling its client to testify on his own behalf—though, the jury had heard from Sandusky, indirectly.