Friday, December 2, 2011

MusicEntertainmentNewt GingrichSoldier FieldRon SantoDaniel Carcillo

5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.   Greg Jarrett

6:09 a.m.  The mayor of Hoffman Estates, John McLeod, discusses what it will mean to both his town and the rest of the Northwest Suburbs if Sears moves their headquarters out of state. 

7:09 a.m.  Saturday marks the one year anniversary of Ron Santo's passing.  Our very own Pat Hughes offers-up his thoughts on his broadcast partner, and the chances of him finally getting elected to the Hall of Fame next week.     

7:39 a.m.  What will it take for Caleb Hanie and Bears to get back on the winning track Sunday at Soldier Field?  Any chance the Bears would be interested in QB Donovan McNabb, who was waived by the Vikings?  Glen Kozlowski share his thoughts. 

8:09 a.m.  David Gregory, the host/moderator of NBC’s ‘Meet The Press’ discusses everyone from Herman Cain to Newt Gingrich to payroll taxes to his beloved Washington Capitals and their new head coach.

8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.  Bill Leff in for  Mike McConnell     

11:35 a.m.  Laughing baby ripping paper?  Notes from a dragon mom?  What could possibly be the most shared story on Facebook in 2011?  Bill Leff has the list at 11:35am!

12:30 - 3 p.m.  John Williams

12:35 p.m.  Be sure to listen at 12:35pm when John Williams reveals the total number of jars collected in his Peanut Butter and Jolly Drive!!

3 - 7 p.m. Garry Meier  

5:10 p.m.  Garry Meier will explain the best way a single woman can eat free for a month.  Don’t worry – it’s legal! 

[6:55 p.m.  Northwestern Basketball with Dave Eanet and Tim Doyle]

Northwestern vs Mississippi Valley State - Please note this game will be available on wgnradio.com and 560 AM.]

7 p.m.  Chicago Blackhawks Pre-Game with Judd Sirott

7:30 p.m.  Chicago Blackhawks Pre-Seaon Hockey with John Wiedeman and Troy Murray

Chicago vs New York Islanders

11:00 p.m. - 12 a.m.  The Bomb Shelter with Daniel Carcillo

11:05 p.m.  Blackhawks forward and music enthusiast Daniel Carcillo hosts this one-hour program focusing on his love of all kinds of music including song clips, musical history, personal anecdotes, special guests and more.

12 - 2 a.m.  Nick Digilio  

12:08 a.m.  Twilight: Breaking Dawn was the top movie at last weekends’s box office beating the Muppets.  Will Kermit and the gang overtake the vampires this week?  Find out when Nick Digilio presents the Midnight movie reviews. 

2 - 5 a.m.  Brian Noonan

3:05 a.m.  If you're lonely this holiday season, fear not: Brian Noonan has a survival guide intended to get you through this next month in one piece. Hear the dos and don'ts of being lonely so you too can enjoy a happy holiday.

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