5 - 6 a.m. The Morning Show with Orion and Max
6 - 9 a.m. Mr. Fix-It with Lou Manfredini
7:10a: Tired of chopping up those onions in tiny pieces by hand? Or hauling out the blender just to make one smoothie? Tomorrow morning Lou's going to tell you about a blender that's a food processor, blender and stick blender all in one - just after 7a on the Mr. Fix It show.
7:35a: Did you know electricity is the largest industrial polluter in the country? Why not do yourself and our environment a favor and buy green power?! Find out more when Lou talks to a company that specializes in installing solar panels in your home on tomorrow's Mr. Fix It show.
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. WGN Weekend with Bill Moller
10:20 Kids can be obsessive & compulsive about social media. Bill discusses if we're raising a generation of addicts
11:00 Are you finding customer service is GETTING WORSE? You're right, it is. Bill discusses why & what you can do about it.
1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Bill Leff
4 - 6 p.m. Sports Central with Jim Memelo and Glen Kozlowski
5:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs Baseball Pre-Game with Judd Sirott
6:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs Baseball with Pat Hughes and Keith Moreland
Chicago at Atlanta
Due to Major League Baseball restrictions, Cubs games are not available on our digital streams.
10 -11 p.m. Focus on the Future: Educating Chicago's Neediest Kids with John Williams
1:05 p.m. Learn from leading education advocates about the challenges facing at-ris kyou in Chicagoland and the programs being developed to make a difference with the aid of the Neediest Kids Fund.
11 p.m. - 12 a.m. Chicago Live with Rick Kogan
Guests / topics include:
Chicago Public Schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard (Noreen Ahmed-Ullah interview)
Steve James and Alex Kotlowitz, filmmakers behind The Interrupters
Bluegrass music with a comedic twist from The Famous Brothers
Chicago writer Gillian Flynn, author of "Sharp Objects" and "Dark Places"
Paul W. Hamann, president of The Night Ministry (Manya Brachear interview) | Learn more >>
Chicago Live! Almanac
Comedy from The Second City
12 - 5 a.m. Brian Noonan
Saturday, August 13, 2011
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