Recent Episodes

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    December 17th, 2014

    On tonight's show, Gail Martin comes on the show to talk about the new season of WNIT's Dinner and a Book. Singer-songwriter Mel Williams talks with Gordy and performs for us. Andy Hughes is back from the South Bend Tribune to tell us what is happening In The Bend. Finally the Landing Catering's Travis Hammel shows Gordy how to prepare a Three Cheese Macaroni.

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    December 16th, 2014

    Tonight, General Manager Joe Hart talks with Gordy about all the changes at Four Winds Field. Then, Funk Harmony Park are inviting everyone to come to their day after Christmas concert at the Brick. Elaine Hovenkamp is in the WNIT kitchen showing Gordy how to make something called the veggie craft project. Charlie Adams discusses beating the holiday blues.

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    December 15th, 2014

    Gordy talks with Evie Kirkwood about the upcoming 15th season the show and gives Gordy an animal quiz. Then, Chef Tonya McGowan visits the WNIT kitchen to make a cranberry pecan spread We'll hear about a website dedicated to producing artwork, selling it and donating the proceeds to animal rescue efforts. Finally, Sarah Martin tells Gordy about this month's event at the Snite Museum of Art.

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    December 12th, 2014

    On tonight's show, we'll check out something new the Girl Scouts are offering this coming year called Digital Cookies. Then, Melinda Smith from Caitlan’s Catering in Berrien Springs stops by the WNIT Kitchen to help Gordy decorate some holiday sugar cookies. Finally Singer, songwriter and pianist Laura Whidden performed for a standing room only crowd at the Union Coffeehouse.

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    December 11th, 2014

    On tonight's show, Marcus Clingaman is Gordy's co-host for this edition of Experience Michiana. He'll perform 3 songs for us and tell us what he has been up to. Marcus Clingaman and Gordy interview Lt. Cindy Kilgore from Michiana Crimestoppers. And we'll revisit South Bend Woodworks and the owner Mike Lindberg. They built a special large scale size of their popular wooden train set.