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The Mark Reardon Show

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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.

Language:

English


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John Rooney

7/18/2017
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The Cardinals are in New York tonight against the Mets. Cards broadcaster John Rooney joins to talk about tonights game with Michael Wacha on the mound.

Duration: 00:06:28


July 18th 2017, 3PM-4PM

7/18/2017
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Hour 2 of the Mark Reardon Show. First, Mark wraps up listener phone calls from last hour on the healthcare issue. Then, Executive Director of SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education) Dr. Dan Reidenberg joins to talk about the deadly "Blue Whale Challenge" and why parents should be concerned. Next, Police Union Business Manager Jeff Roorda stops by with the new survey out today showing the number of St. Louis police officers planning to leave the department. The hour wraps with The Cut...

Duration: 00:29:27


July 18th 2017, 2PM-3PM

7/18/2017
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Hour 1 of the Mark Reardon Show opens up with details on tomorrows show. Then Missouri Congressman Jason Smith talks tax reform and healthcare. Afterwards, Mark opens the phone lines to hear your comments on the healthcare issue. Hour 1 of 2.

Duration: 00:32:18


Best of the mark Reardon Show pt.1

12/26/2016
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On the Best of the Mark Reardon Show Mark shares some of his favorite interviews from 2016. In part 1 of the show, Mark shares his interviews with broadcaster Joe Buck and actor Gill Birmingham.

Duration: 00:33:55


December 23, 2016 w/ Hancock & Kelley 3-4 pm

12/23/2016
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Hancock & Kelley open the hour talking with Kansas City Chiefs broadcaster Mitch Holthus as the Chiefs push towards the playoffs. In the spirit of Festivus, Hancock, Kelley, & Jane Duekerair their grievances. Then, a game called "are you smarter than Mike Kelley?" where callers test Presidential trivia with Kelley.

Duration: 00:28:31


December 23, 2016 w/ Hancock & Kelley 2-3 pm

12/23/2016
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John Hancock and Mike Kelley are joined on the Friday Roundtable by Jane Dueker and Missouri State Representative Dean Plocher. Topics include Trump's comments on a nuclear arms race, soccer stadium in St. Louis, Missouri Governor-elect Eric Greitens, transportation and crime in St. Louis. Also, the roundtable make some predictions for 2017.

Duration: 00:31:36


December 22, 2016 Hancock & Kelley 3-4 pm

12/22/2016
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John Hancock & Mike Kelley talk with Washington University professor John Bowen about the idea of "Radical Islam". Mike Kelley shares a pet peeve about dogs being let on airplanes that are not service dogs, and they take a few listener calls. In the Audio Cut of the Day, the heart-breaking story of Jeopardy champion Cindy Stowell, who died before her shows aired and donated her winnings to charity.

Duration: 00:29:56


December 22, 2016 w/ Hancock & Kelley 2-3 pm

12/22/2016
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John Hancock & Mike Kelley are in for Mark Reardon today. The duo open the show commemting on remarks made by Barack Obama that the conservative media has "villified" him throughout his presidency, and take calls on the topic. They also talk about the potential soccer stadium in St. Louis, and the family members who always seem to spend too much on Christmas gifts.

Duration: 00:33:07


December 21, 2016 3-4 pm

12/21/2016
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Mike DelGuidice was in a Billy Joel tribute band called "Big Shot" before actually joining Billy Joel's band. Mark Reardon talks with him about his remarkable career and journey. Also, the Audio Cut of the Day.

Duration: 00:29:33


December 21, 2016 2-3 pm

12/21/2016
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Mark Reardon opens the show playing some of the worst Christmas songs (in his opinion). Post Dispatch reporter Doug Moore calls in about the voter fraud probe in St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce's office. Mark closes the hour with audio from Bill Clinton regarding his wife's campaign, and actress Lena Dunham making controversial remarks about abortion.

Duration: 00:30:21


December 20th, 2016 3-4pm

12/20/2016
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Local Radio Host Curt Copeland and Associate Director of New Media for Maryville University Chris Reimer joined Mark Reardon to go over their best and worst Christmas songs of all time.

Duration: 00:31:05


December 20th, 2016 2-3pm

12/20/2016
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Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder, member of the state's Development Finance Board, discusses today's vote on funding for a proposed MLS soccer stadium in St. Louis being postponed. We then get another perspective from Jim Kavanaugh, CEO of World Wide Technology and one of the four members of the executive committee of SC STL.

Duration: 00:31:51


Jim Barry

12/19/2016
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The Spokesman for the Consumer Electronics Association joined Mark Reardon to tell us about Virtual Reality Headsets, 4K Ultra-HD Televisions and other hot holiday gadgets for Christmas.

Duration: 00:07:39


December 19th, 2016 3-4pm

12/19/2016
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Mark Reardon opens the hour weighing the importance of funding an MLS stadium downtown versus using that money to help minimize crime in the city. Then, Kent Cubbage, Author of "So You Think You're Ready for College: Critical College Skills That Don't Show Up on a College Application," joins the show to share his analysis with Mark. Finally, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Actor most known for his roles in "Rookie of the Year" and "American Pie," joins the show to discuss the performance his band will...

Duration: 00:30:27


December 19th, 2016 2-3pm

12/19/2016
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Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis is in studio in this hour of the show after losing a friendly waiver to Host Mark Reardon. The two discuss their Chiefs-Raiders rivalry, and then move on to the Russian hacking scandal, the MLS to St. Louis stadium funding update and other serious topics. Mark also updates us on the Berlin truck attack that has thus far resulted in 9 deaths and multiple injuries.

Duration: 00:32:03


December 16th 2016, 3-4pm

12/16/2016
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We go Inside the Chiefs Kingdom with Chiefs broadcaster Mitch Holtus. KMOV Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton gives us an update on the weather moving into the area. There’s a whip cream shortage because of a nitrous oxide explosion at a plant. Liberals beg the electoral college to change their vote on December 19. Eric Saarinen, son of the famed Gateway Arch architect Eero Saarinen, discusses the PBS documentary “The Architect Who Saw The Future.”

Duration: 00:28:43


December 16th 2016, 2-3pm

12/16/2016
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It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Jane Dueker, former Missouri House Speaker Time Jones, and St. Louis Alderman Scott Ogilvie. Topics include the proposed city sales tax, Tishaura Jones does business with a crook, Donald Trump and Russia, and Mizzou drinking and hazing at frats.

Duration: 00:29:56


December 15th 2016, 3-4pm

12/15/2016
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Longtime Turner Broadcasting sideline reporter Craig Sager passed away today at the age of 65 after battling leukemia. CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger discusses the Fed’s rate hike and what it means to you. Former Cardinals pitcher Kyle McClellan just got back from his first visit to Haiti since Hurricane Matthew hit the island. Our Cut of the Day features a 911 call from the Dylan Roof trial.

Duration: 00:27:34


December 15th 2016, 2-3pm

12/15/2016
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Mark saw “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” last night. St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay joins us in studio to discuss two possible tax proposals for MetroLink expansion, neighborhood development, and a soccer stadium.

Duration: 00:29:12


December 14th 2016, 3-4pm

12/14/2016
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St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger stops by Twin Peaks in the 3 p.m. hour to discuss the county’s involvement with MLS and what lies ahead in 2017. Kanye West meets with Donald Trump at Trump Tower. Our Cut of the Day features an Alabama man proposing to his fiancé with the help of the police.

Duration: 00:31:20

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