New York Times best seller David Baldacci ("Absolute Power") talks about his new book "The Target," Paul Rusesabagina (played by Don Cheadle in the Oscar-nominated movie "Hotel Rwanda") talks about the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda that inspired his re-released autobiography "An Ordinary Man" and Michigan independent filmmaker Michael Zervos talks about the release of his movie "Papou" on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday April 15 beginning at 3 p
Hear retired FBI Profiler Dr. Mary Ellen O'Toole talk about the missing Malaysian Flight 370 and the recent shooting at Fort Hood, Flint Mayor Dayne Walling talk about implementing the Master Plan and premiere planetary pundit Astronomer Richard Walker (Longway Planetarium) explore the universe on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday April 8 beginning at 3 p
Independent filmmaker/playwright/producer Yusuf Bauswell talks about his latest film and an upcoming play at McCree Theatre, plus animal activist Angela Alexander-Roth and economist Liz Malm (National Tax Foundation) on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday April 3 beginning at 3 p
Flint's premiere political pundit Paul Rozycki followed by Genesee County Board Chair Jamie Curtis following this year's State of the County Message for The Return of The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday April 2 beginning at 3 p
"Drive By Theatre" with Kenn Hopkins (Jackie Robinson) and Director Rodney Creech from the Flint Youth Theatre's production of "Jackie and Me" plus award winning writer Michelle Nijhuis talks about her latest article for National Geographic "Can Coal Ever Be Clean" on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday March 25 beginning at 3 p
Marine scientist and international oil spill expert Rick Steiner reflects on his work on the Exxon Valdez clean-up 25 years ago today followed by ARMCHAIR POLITICS with former Lt. Governor John Cherry on the left, former long-time State House member Charlie Mueller on the right and resident cynic Barry Simon on The Tom Sumner Program Monday March 24 beginning at 3 p
A preview of a meeting with area residents about fracking in Genesee County, a look at this weekend's season opener with the Flint City Roller Derby Girls plus guitarist Barry Foster featured in FRIDAY LIVE AT FIVE and more on The Tom Sumner Program Friday March 21 beginning at 3 p
Italian cooking authority Michele Scicolone (author of the Sopranos Family Cookbook) talks about her new book "The Italian Vegetable Cookbook," Frank Szolossi (National Wildlife Federation) talks about the affects of climate change on March madness mascots and Dean of Business Administration for Baker College talks about upcoming events and more on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday March 20 beginning at 3 p
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