The WGVU Morning Show

Susan G. Komen Michigan

October 13th is National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day and we talk about it with guests from the Susan G Komen foundation. Mission Director Sarah Hockin joins us to talk about the need for awareness and the work of Susan G Komen Michigan.

Howmet Playhouse

We talk to guests from our northern-most  listening area for our North Shore Arts Corridor segment. The Howmet Playhouse's Beth Beaman is our guest.

Heart of West Michigan United Way /

Guests from the Heart of West Michigan United Way join us to discuss their happenings each month. Today, talk about the Community Investment Fund and partners involved. Guests are Ellen Carpenter, Patti Haist and Pamela Hoekwater.

Paul Collins

Oct 13, 2017

World Renowned Artist Paul Collins presents “My Story with Paul Collins” on Tuesday.  The event features the largest public walk-through exhibition of the artist’s oil paintings and memorabilia ever.  We caught up with Paul Collins at his home.

Actors' Theatre

Oct 12, 2017

Actors’ Theatre presents The Nether,  a Michigan premiere of this sci-fi detective drama  We talk to members of the cast and crew.

We talk about a pretty cool project, telling the story of Buster Keaton's early life, including his time in Muskegon. Jim Schaub is our guest.

The Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan's Christy Buck joins us to talk about Mental Illness Awareness week and Depression Awareness Month.

Tech Talk

Oct 12, 2017
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Tech Talk, a month Morning Show conversation on technology.  This month's topic is configuration software and how it impacts the manufacturing industries. OST's Nathan Bonner is our guest.


Oct 12, 2017

October is Adopt a Shelter  Dog Month.  Peter Zheutlin joins TMS to discuss his book, ‘Rescued.’

Swing Along Toy

Oct 12, 2017

We talk about the Swing Along Toy, invented by an East Grand Rapids teen, Sarah Najar.  We discuss this patented item and an upcoming local fundraiser.