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The Mark Reardon Show

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“The Mark Reardon Show” will cover everything from the news of the day to news out of the ordinary. Listeners will hear plenty of intelligent conversation related to politics, lifestyle, sports and pop culture.

“The Mark Reardon Show” will cover everything from the news of the day to news out of the ordinary. Listeners will hear plenty of intelligent conversation related to politics, lifestyle, sports and pop culture.
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St. Louis, MO

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CBS Radio

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“The Mark Reardon Show” will cover everything from the news of the day to news out of the ordinary. Listeners will hear plenty of intelligent conversation related to politics, lifestyle, sports and pop culture.

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English


Episodes

April 24th 2018, 3-4pm

4/24/2018
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KMOV’s Laura Hettiger tried root beer today for the first time ever! Facebook has finally spelled out what’s forbidden and what’s allowed on its site. Amazon is working on a home robot. CNET’s Ian Scherr joins us. How a suspicious Facebook message from Liberia turned into an unlikely partnership. Thirty-three-year old Ben Taylor – a YouTuber from Utah – responded to what he thought was an internet scam from Liberia.​ Dana Carvey discusses his relationship with the Bush family.

Duration:00:32:48

April 24th 2018, 2-3pm

4/24/2018
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Mark opens the show and talks about IRS scams and Lesley McSpadden’s plan to run for the Ferguson City Council. KMOX’s Kevin Killeen discusses the Eric Greitens case, Kim Gardner, and Al Watkins. Missouri State Senator of Bob Onder discusses the Greitens investigation and what the rest of this legislative session will look like. What’s with the stupid “Woo!” chant you hear at Busch Stadium and other ballparks and arenas? Chris Reimer is the Associate Director of New Media at Maryville...

Duration:00:37:18

April 23rd 2018, 3-4pm

4/23/2018
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Former NFL kicker Jay Feely posts a controversial picture on Twitter of himself holding a handgun next to his daughter and her prom date. Johnny Holzum of the Well Hungarians discusses the John T. Holzum Foundation. Josh Kraushaar of the National Journal talks baseball, Mike Pompeo, the Hawley – McCaskill Senate race, Paul Ryan, and Chris Christie.

Duration:00:34:21

April 23rd 2018, 2-3pm

4/23/2018
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Mark opens the show and talks about the weather and the Kentucky Derby. Ken Killeen gives us the latest on the Greitens trial. How will a jury be selected for the Eric Greitens trial? SLU law professor Anders Walker discusses jury selection. Mark takes calls on the Eric Greitens case.

Duration:00:36:04

April 20th 2018, 3-4pm

4/20/2018
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Tomorrow is Music Record Store Day. Mark Carter is owner of The Music Record Shop. Comedians Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne FIsher are appearing tonight and tomorrow night at Helium Comedy Club at the St. Louis Galleria.

Duration:00:24:50

April 20th 2018, 2-3pm

4/20/2018
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It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, Democratic consultant Jack Cardetti, and Brenda Talent – CEO of the Show Me Institute. Topics include the Eric Greitens case, computer tampering and The Mission Continues, Attorney General Josh Hawley, President Trump and Michael Cohen, racial training at Starbucks, and the death of Barbara Bush.

Duration:00:37:23

April 18th 2018, 3-4pm

4/18/2018
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Should cell phones be banned at concerts? Mark discusses that with Carol and takes your calls. A teenager in North Carolina was busy playing a video game during a tornado. United Kingdom Consul General to the Midwest John Saville joins us in studio. There's an abandoned poop train in Alabama. Washington State football coach Mike Leach hates golf. And Mark remembers First Lady Barbara Bush as his audio cut of the day.

Duration:00:31:59

April 18th 2018, 2-3pm

4/18/2018
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Former Missouri State Senator John Lamping joins Mark to talk Governor Greitens. A closely divided Supreme Court is deciding on whether internet retailers should have to collect sales tax in states where they have no physical presence. Mary Kate Hopkins is Director of Federal Affairs for Americans For Prosperity.

Duration:00:32:58

April 17th 2018, 3-4pm

4/17/2018
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Senator Claire McCaskill gets roasted on Twitter for her tweet about Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri. The IRS payment system crashes today -- the last day to file taxes. There’s a flesh-eating ulcer in Australia that’s a mystery to doctors. Republican strategist Doug Heye has reaction to the Comey book, the Cohen case and the Syria attack. David Bobb is with the Bill of Rights Institute. "Night Court" star Harry Anderson dies at the age of 65.

Duration:00:30:10

April 17th 2018, 2-3pm

4/17/2018
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Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced today that there is potential criminal wrongdoing by Governor Eric Greitens. Scott Faughn is the publisher of the Missouri and Clayton Times. He discusses the latest with the Greitens case. Is time for Governor Greitens to resign? Mark takes calls.

Duration:00:36:19

April 16th 2018, 3-4pm

4/16/2018
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KMOX’s Kevin Killeen has been covering the Eric Greitens case. He joins us in studio with the latest. KMOX political analyst John Hancock discusses Barbara Bush in her failing health. Patricia Loeb is a reporter for KYW in Philadelphia. She has been covering the story of the two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks store over the weekend.​ "Full Metal Jacket" actor R. Lee Ermey dies at the age of 74.

Duration:00:29:21

April 16th 2018, 2-3pm

4/16/2018
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Mark starts the show by talking about the lousy weather in St. Louis and Chicago, if the Greitens case will be dismissed, and the death of radio broadcaster Art Bell. Guy Benson is a Fox News contributor and political editor of TownHall.com. He is coming to St. Louis on Wednesday with Mary Katharine Ham of The Federalist to discuss their book “End of Discussion.” Marc Lotter is a spokesman for the Republican National Committee. He joins the show to discuss the Jim Comey book, the Cohen case,...

Duration:00:35:46

April 13th 2018, 2-3pm

4/13/2018
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It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, Scott Faughn of the Missouri & Clayton Times, and Gregg Keller of Atlas Strategies. Topics include the legal case against Governor Eric Greitens, Kim Gardner, the Jim Comey book, Scooter Libby, Paul Ryan ending his career as an elected official, and the Cardinals.

Duration:00:35:18

April 12th 2018, 3-4pm

4/12/2018
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Mark updates us on his colonoscopy procedure. Mark shares a story about Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. “Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission” is the new exhibition at the St. Louis Science Center. Christian Greer is the Science Center’s Chief Officer of Science, Education and Experiences. Kristina Hampton is the project manager for the exhibition.

Duration:00:29:43

April 12th 2018, 2-3pm

4/12/2018
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KMOX’s Kevin Killeen spent the morning listening to arguments from Governor Greitens’ legal team. Will the case against the governor be thrown out because of Kim Gardner? KMOX political analyst John Hancock joins us to discuss the case against Governor Greitens, the anonymity of Witness #1, and if cameras will be allowed in the courtroom if there is a trial.

Duration:00:35:40

April 10th 2018, 3-4pm

4/10/2018
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KMOX Jefferson City correspondent Phil Brooks has the latest on the soon-to-be released Missouri Legislature investigation. What’s the latest with police body cameras? St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar joins us.

Duration:00:30:18

April 10th 2018, 2-3pm

4/10/2018
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Hancock & Kelly fill in for Mark Reardon. They start the show by discussing the latest on the Eric Greitens legal proceedings and comments from attorneys Ed Dowd and Scott Simpson. And was that illicit photo “just a dream?” President Trump is furious over the raid of the office of his personal attorney. We are still waiting on a U.S. decision on how to respond to Syria’s chemical attack on its own citizens.

Duration:00:37:23

April 9th 2018, 3-4pm

4/9/2018
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The FBI raids the office of Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen. Missouri’s Catholic bishops have released a strong statement at the Missouri Legislature urging universal background checks and reasonable limitations on high-capacity magazines. What happened yesterday in the second inning of yesterday’s Cardinals – Diamondbacks game at Busch Stadium. Chris Hrabe explains the scuffle between Yadier Molina and Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo.

Duration:00:31:28

April 9th 2018, 2-3pm

4/9/2018
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John Hancock and Michael Kelley fill in for Mark Reardon. We get the latest on the Eric Greitens legal proceedings and soon-to-be released Missouri Legislature investigation. What should the U.S. do about Syria? President Trump says the U.S. will have a response within the next 24 to 48 hours. Retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland is a CBS News Military Analyst. Hancock and Kelley also discuss Scott Pruitt, China and tariffs, and election hacking.

Duration:00:35:36

April 6th 2018, 3-4pm

4/6/2018
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Dan Reardon joins us to talk day two of The Masters. Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt joins us in studio to talk Cardinals, the Blues, snooping on your kids, and how an Ancestry.com DNA test revealed a surprising result to a woman in Idaho.

Duration:00:28:30

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