The WGVU Morning Show

The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company presents Antony and Cleopatra at three West Michigan venues, opening this Friday night. We talk to Katherine Mayberry and others involved.

Art in Bloom

Tulip Time Festival and the Holland Area Arts Council announce the 2019 Art in Bloom Festival Artwork Competition, through which a work of art is selected for the official Tulip Time poster. We talk about the specifics this morning with Elizabeth Wallace.

Weekly we focus on the work of area organizations advancing inclusion and equity in our community. This morning we welcome Sergio Cira-Reyes, Director of Community Engagement with the Urban Core Collective that believes that successful people and neighborhoods overcome the effects of systemic racism through equal access to education, economic prosperity, health and power and influence. This weekly radio segment is part of a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Joining the discussion is WGVU grant writer Steve Chappell.

The Eco Insider

Aug 3, 2018

The Eco Insider with guests in studio on behalf of WMEAC.  Today, we discuss the annual Mayor's Clean Up with Mayor Rosalyn Bliss, Jon Helmrich and Tara Lafferty.


Aug 3, 2018

Let's discuss the One Day Ride Across Michigan with Tom Scheidel.

GVSU Kirkof College of Nursing

Monthly we put the spotlight the Kirkhof College of Nursing at GVSU. Today Dr. Rebecca Davis discusses Wayfinding Research and a 2.2 Million dollar grant.

You can golf to benefit the Samuel Omogo Foundation for clean water in Nigeria. Peggy Lundberg-Anderson from the Montague Whitehall Rotary Club is our guest.

We talk about the White Lake Area Nature Walks and the August 4th walk focusing on Oak Savannas. Tanya Cabala is our guest.

Watch Muskegon

Aug 3, 2018

We Watch Muskegon go every month with guests from the Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce. Today, LaShelle Mikesell from Visit Muskegon talks about this official destination marketing organization for Muskegon County.

Live From Kids Day at the Zoo: 10:30-11:00