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.

Ele's Place

Nov 16, 2017
Ele's Place

Ele's Place supports Children's Grief Awareness Month, this local nonprofit provides education, resources and hope to area kids. Guests from Ele’s Place join us this morning.

Laughfest 2018

Nov 16, 2017
Gilda's Club

Laughfest has announced their 2018 lineup. Joanne Roehm joins us to talk about it.

All About Women

Nov 16, 2017
Dr. Robyn Hubbard

All About Women, a monlthy segment on women’s healthcare with Dr. Robyn Hubbard. Today we talk about donating cord blood.

Grand Rapids Magazine

We talk about where to go and what to this weekend in West Michigan with Sarah Tincher from Grand Rapids Magazine.

Library Lines

Nov 16, 2017

Library Lines, exploring the happenings of the GRPL each month.

Dr. Denise Local from Blue Cross Blue Shield joins us to talk about the Flu and the Flu vaccine.


Nov 15, 2017

A new sport called Fowling hits West Michigan this winter. We discuss this cross between football and bowling with the owner of Fowling Warehouse GR, Laura Sullivan.

Senior Concerns

Nov 15, 2017
Senior citizens
Candida Performa via Wikimedia | CC BY 2.0 /

Senior Concerns, guests in studio on behalf of the Area Agency on Aging West Michigan. Luke Albertson, Property Maintenance Manager for Bethany Christian Services joins us today to discuss Chore Services.

Grand Rapids Civic Theater

The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre presents Annie, opening this Friday night. What makes each production special? We ask those involved, including Noddea Skidmore and Catherine Dreher.

“Let’s Talk Turkey.” Believe it or not, Advance Care Planning (ACP) and the holidays go together. We discuss how to live and die well with Carol Robinson of Making Choices Michigan and Fred Stella of the Interfaith Dialogue Association.