Recent Episodes

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    October 27th, 2014

    On tonight's show, Captain Jim Bradberry talks about crime reduction and prevention. Then, Elaine Hovenkamp joins us in the WNIT Kitchen to make up a terrific dish perfect for the fall harvest time. We'll learn about "Young Frankenstein" which is going on at Bristol Opera House. Finally, Kelli McBride tells Gordy about the comedy improve classes going on at the Firehouse Theatre.

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    October 27th, 2014

    The film "The Homestretch" is coming to the Browning Cinema, we'll get details. Then, we'll hear about a Halloween Chemistry Magic Show this Wednesday hosted by the Saint Mary's College Science Department. Michael Wells, Clyde Riley and Babette Boling tell us about a show called Horns a Plenty. Finally, Our tech guru, John Hanlon reviews the newest cell phone from Verizon, the Moto X.

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    October 24th, 2014

    On tonight's show, we'll get details on the 16th Annual Michiana Chili Cook-off. Then, The Kids Expo 2014 is happening at the Century Center in South Bend this Saturday, October 25th from 10am-2pm. Judy Lykowski has a special report that explains how cancer has touched Plymout High School. Finally we'll hear about a special workshop called "Intimacy Issues for Caregivers."

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    October 23rd, 2014

    Professor Steven Hansen talks about what he learned at the Department of Art, Art History and Design at Notre Dame. Then, Professor of Art Leticia Bajuyo has some of her artwork on display at the Snite and will talk about her approach to teaching. We'll hear about what activities are happening at Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture and we'll get a tour of the The Snite Museum of Art.

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    October 22nd, 2014

    Tonight, we'll learn about the Hall of Villains Haunted House at the Hall of Heroes Superheroes Museum. Then, Jose Rios from Mod-Mex Restaurant visits Gordy to demonstrate how to make some Mexican appetizers and talk about Elkhart Dining Days. We get a preview of what is happening at the Browning Cinema and Andy Hughes from the South Bend Tribune will tell us what's happening this week.