Chris Columbus, producer of “The Young Messiah” calls into The Carney Show
Chris Columbus, producer of a plethora of classic films including Home Alone, Mrs. Doubtfire and the first three Harry Potter movies, joins Carney on the phone to discuss his new project “The Young Messiah”. Based on the novel Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt by Anne Rice, “The Young Messiah” tells the story of Jesus as a seven-year old beginning…
Charles Glenn stops by The Carney Show with his new Cabaret show coming to the Gaslight Theater
You’ve heard him sing the National Anthem at Cardinals and Blues games. Now hear his cabaret show, at the Gaslight Theater, this Thursday, March 10th.
“16 in Webster Groves” the CBS documentary that looked at life in the STL suburb in the mid-sixties, turns 50-years-old
Carol Porter, who was featured in the documentary, talks about her experience, and why the people of Webster thought they were portrayed poorly.
Jodie Sweetin calls in to discuss the Netflix debut of “Fuller House”
Jodie Sweetin, the childhood actress that played Stephanie Tanner on Full House, calls in to talk about the sequel to the nationwide classic sitcom. Fuller House premieres on Netflix, Feb. 26th.
Hannah Keyser from Mental Floss Talks About 40 Things Turning 40 This Year
Joe Holleman Guest Hosts
The folks from Chaumette Vineyards and Robust Wine Bar stop by to talk about the Art of Chocolate and Wine event
Chaumette Winery and Robust Wine Bar team up for The Art of Chocolate and Wine event, on Sunday January 24th!
Monty Python’s Michael Palin joins the show, and checks off one more Carney Show bucket list item
First John Cleese, now Michael Palin? The Carney Show is going to make it a mission to get all of the Pythons on in one calendar year.
Peter Maer, longtime CBS White House correspondent, talked about his days here in town at KSHE, and his favorite behind-the-scenes Presidential stories with The John Carney Show
Peter Maer, longtime CBS News correspondent and St. Louis area native, talks to The Carney Show about his favorite President to cover (he’s been around since the Carter administration), and he thinks of the current crop of GOP candidates, especially Trump!