The WGVU Morning Show

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We continue to spotlight Make a Wish, the 31st Annual Wish a Mile Bicycle Tour and special Wish Kids. Today, Syd Baxter talks about his grandson William, who was unable to make his wish come true.

Food and Wine Forum

May 23, 2018
Food and Wine

Food and Wine Forum D&W's Roz Mayberry. Today we discuss  Memorial Day food and wine pairings.

All About Holland

May 21, 2018
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Ottawa County

All About Holland with guests Lorma Freestone, Mary Sundstrom and Keith Verbeek. Today we will discuss the Ottawa County Art Trust and more.

Travel Talk

May 21, 2018
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Travel Talk, monthly speaking with guests about travel. Lisa Presley with Norwegian Cruise Line joins us today to talk about visiting Cuba.

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We talk about the 9th annual Groundswell Student Showcase tomorrow taking place tomorrow night. Clay Pelon and Joanna Allerhand join us to talk about it.

16 over 60 Awards

May 21, 2018
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Senior Neighbors

Senior Neighbors is accepting nominees for its inaugural 16 over 60 awards, recognizing the contributions and impact of those over 60 inspiring West Michigan. We talk about it with Brian Clark and Elizabeth Harrell this morning.

Dr. Matthew Clark

May 21, 2018

Dr. Matthew Clark is here to discuss an event at Wealthy Theatre, “Christian Parents and LGBT Children.”


May 21, 2018
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Phillip Nguyen stops by the show to talk about his latest endeavor,

Your Home By Design

May 21, 2018

Your Home By Design with Deidre Remtema and guest Amy Squires. Today we talk about designing your home from the Outside-In

Weekly we focus on the work of area organizations advancing inclusion and equity in our community. This morning we speak with WGVU's Inclusion Reporter, Mariano Avila, about reliable journalism, the role of storytelling in public media and providing people in our community with platforms to tell their own stories. Joining the discussion is WGVU grant writer, Steve Chappell. This weekly segment is part of a grant from  the W.K. Kellogg Foundation aimed at increasing West Michigan’s capacity to influence public narrative affecting children and families of color.