The WGVU Morning Show

MPower Your Life

Apr 21, 2017
The McCahill Group

We talk health and wellness for our MPower Your Life segment with Peaches McCahill. Today's theme is Spring Renewal and Transition.

Michigan Golden Gloves

Dr. Sandy Dettman and Pat Schmidt, Vice President and Tournament Director for the Michigan Golden Gloves Association, discuss brain health and boxing.

Lucky Broken Girl

Apr 20, 2017

Michigan Author Ruth Behar joins TMS to discuss her book, ‘Lucky Broken Girl.’

Jewish Film Festival

Apr 20, 2017

The Jewish Film Festival  is coming soon.  Guests join us in studio from the Jewish Federation of Grand Rapids, Marisa Reed and Rick Hays.

All About Women

Apr 20, 2017
Dr. Robyn Hubbard

All About Women, a monthly spotlight on women's health. Today, Dr. Robyn Hubbard joins us to discuss Opiod Drug Use in Young Adults.

Library Lines

Apr 20, 2017

Library Lines, talking about the happenings at the Grand Rapids Public Library with Kristen Krueger-Corrado. Today's topics, Music in the Stacks and Smart Kids Start Here.


We talk to Dave Hodge from AMBUCS about the annual Memorial Day 5k Race and Parade in Jenison.

World Affairs Council

The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan presents the second in a three-part series, “Give Peace a Chance.”  Tonight's speaker is Dr. George Lopez presenting, “The New Peacebuilding.”  Dr. Lopez joins us this morning.

Local Blues Matters

Apr 19, 2017

WGVU and Local Partners present the annual Local Blues Matters concert, a fundraiser for WGVU Blues programming taking place this Saturday night at Billy's Lounge in Eastown. WGVU's Garry Zack and Jim Marcusse are our guests.

Musicians Max and Ruth Bloomquist play this Friday night for the Grand Haven area's Tri-Cities Habitat for Humanity. We listen to their words and works this morning.