Shelley Irwin


 Shelley hosts and produces The WGVU Morning Show from 9-11 a.m., featuring a wide variety of local and national newsmakers plus special features. Shelley also hosts the PBS Community Affairs programs Ask the Expert and Community Connection. She has been honored with five consecutive AWRT Gracie Allen Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement as Program Host. Shelley is active in the community, and keeps busy in her spare time, including training for marathons and chasing after her two dogs.

We discuss the American Youth Basketball Tournament at Michigan Sports Academy. Todd Schenk, AD, is here to share the details.

Getting Green

12 hours ago

Getting Green, a monthly conversation on green practices and sustainability. Liesl Clark, Principle and Co-Founder of 5 Lakes Energy and Board Member of Advancing Women in Energy, joins us.

GR Civic

12 hours ago
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre

Grand Rapids Civic Theater presents their annual Summer Repertory Theatre Intensive showcase this weekend, presenting The Never Ending Story and Hairspray Jr.  The Morning Show roving microphone brings you to Civic Theatre.

3 Mile Project

12 hours ago

We talk about the 3 Mile Project, a place where young people can be encouraged in their physical, emotional, and spiritual development. Envisioned as an exciting and positive setting where students can invest time and build community, activities abound year round. We talk to Stan Kiste about upcoming events.


12 hours ago

Guests from YNPN GR join us to talk about youth and philanthropy.

Healthy Headlines

12 hours ago
Kent County, MI

Healthy Headlines with guests from the Kent County Health Department.

God and the Afterlife

12 hours ago

Dr. Jeffrey Long joins us to talk about his book, ‘God and the Afterlife,’ a first intensive exploration of the people who have reported going to the frontier of Heaven.

Living with Cancer

12 hours ago

Author Dr. Vicki Jackson joins us to discuss her book, ‘Living With Cancer:  A Step by Step Guide for Coping Medically and Emotionally with a Serious Diagnosis.’

Religion 101

Jul 21, 2017
Kaufman Interfaith Institute

Religion 101, guests in studio from the Kaufmann Interfaith Institute, including Dr. Douglas Kindschi and Katie Gordon. Today we discuss summer activities and a time of transition.

We discuss the opiod crisis with Susan DeVuyst-Miller, Pharm.D, Ferris College of Pharmacy. Susan is the author of ‘Prescription Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education.’