Dan Borne

Larry Carter, president of the Louisiana Federation of Teachers, on an LFT survey about teacher pay and collective bargaining.

Dan Borne, historian, and former public servant, on the 100thbirthday anniversary of former Louisiana Governor John McKeithen and the 200th birthday of PGT Beauregard.





Matt Williams, WAFB morning show host and Crimestoppers reporter, on the most violent year in Baton Rouge and a look ahead to 2018.

Penny Nance, President of Concerned Women for America on sexual harassment in the workplace and the legacy of Anita Hill.

Dan Borne, public address announcer at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, on the 30th anniversary of the death of Pete Maravich.

Dan Borne talk on the legacy of basketball great Pete Maravich, who would have been 70 years old on Thursday. The LSU and college basketball scoring king died at age 40 of heart failure.

Gus Weill joins Jim to talk about the latest in Louisiana politics and Sen. David Vitter's possibly entering the 2015 Governor's race.

The voice of LSU's Tiger Stadium Dan Borne' and Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra Conductor Timothy Muffitt talks about their collaboration in the "Home for the Holiday" concert starting tonight at the Baton Rouge River Center. Tickets can be purchased at www.brso.org or by calling 225-383-0500.

Dan Borne, the "Voice of the Valley" at LSU's Tiger Stadium for 28 seasons.

Sports Author Samuel Friedman on his book, "Breaking the Line", about Grambling State University



Former Gov. Buddy Roemer shares his views on the deal reached in Washington to avert the fiscal cliff,  and other matters of interest to Louisiana.

Jim observes 25 years since the death of LSU and NBA star "Pistol" Pete Maravich with LSU arena and stadium announcer Dan Borné.