5:05 a.m. What are the main concerns of members of the American Farm Bureau going into the 2012 crop year? At the Farm Bureau convention in Honolulu Orion talked to Illinois Farm Bureau President Phil Nelson who shares highlights on the policy debate.
Charles Kruse, former President of the Missouri Farm Bureau, received the American Farm Bureau's highest honor at their convention this year, the Distinguished Service Award. Orion visits with him about his farming career and leadership in the Show-Me State.
Cattle prices continue to show better-than-expected strength. Max analyzes the trend with Livestock Market Analyst Dennis Smith at Archer Financial Service. They'll discuss the reasons behind it and the future for the cattle market.
6 - 9 a.m. Mr. Fix-It with Lou Manfredini
7:10 a.m. Lou Manfredini is going to tell you about a new product designed specifically for firefighters that is now available to the everyday civilian. It’s a must have for fire safety!
10:50 a.m. Which of Bill Moller's regular Saturday morning guests was just the answer to a TV Guide Crossword Puzzle? Bill will fill in the blanks with that person Saturday morning.
1:08 p.m. Garry Meier grieves for the Packer fans with Carl from Plover and congratulates the Cheeseheads on winning Miss America
4:08 p.m. Koz and Memelo take your calls on the NFL championship games, discuss the Bears GM interviews with the Herald's Bob Legere and preview the Hawks game with Broadcaster John Weideman.
Chicago at Nashville
11 p.m. - 2 a.m. Nick Digilio
11:08 p.m. When it snows, they pour! Nick Digilio learns more about Lincoln Square's first annual Winter Brew!
2 - 5 a.m. WGN Weekend Late Night
2:06 a.m. John doesn't think college athletes should be paid. A New York Times columnist begs to differ. The two hash it starting at 2:06 a.m.
3:06 a.m. Bill Moller visits with a Northwestern University professor about a study involving the hotness of your partner and its impact on your relationship.
4:06 a.m. Listeners share their thoughts on the return of the South Side Irish Parade with Dean Richards.