5:05 a.m.  Is it the drought of 1988 all over again? Max discusses the impact of hot dry weather on this year’s corn and soybean crops with Greg Grow, market analyst with Archer Financial Services.

If you’re planning picnics or other outdoor events for the 4th of July, Jim Fizzell offers some ideas to keep insects and mosquitoes away from your event.

There are still family-owned and operated cheese factories in Wisconsin and many of them welcome visitors. John Oncken visits with Matt Joyce, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, who tells you how to get the list of locations in America’s Dairyland.

Ken Cook, President of the Environmental Working Group, who drew the anger of producers several years ago for publishing their names and dollar amounts of checks they received from the government tells Orion his reason for doing it.  

6:50 a.m.  No matter how much you pay for your laptop or ipad, the built-in speakers are likely to fall short. Lou's found a new, portable little speaker with a giant sound and will reveal the details Saturday morning. 

7:35 a.m.  It's another lending lesson with Lou and the folks of Wintrust Community Bank. 

9 a.m.  - 1 p.m.  WGN Weekend with Bill Moller

9:07 a.m.  Having trouble sleeping? Bill Moller welcomes ‘The Sleep Doctor’ to his show to help you get some ‘zzzzzzzssssss.’ 

1  - 2:30 p.m.  Garry Meier's Blabbin' Cabin

1:07 p.m.  Cubbie Joe rages against Garry Meier for doubting the Cubs ability to pull off a winning season.  Garry then sets him straight like only Garry can. 

2:30 p.m.  Chicago Cubs Pre-Game with Judd Sirott

3:05 p.m.  Chicago Cubs Baseball with Pat Hughes and Keith Moreland

Chicago vs Houston

7 - 11 p.m.  Nick Digilio

11 p.m. - 12 a.m.  Chicago Live with Rick Kogan

11:07 p.m.   When Marlon Brando asks you about women, what do you say?  Legendary photographer and writer Art Shay shares this story and others from his illustrious career with Rick Kogan. 
12 - 5 a.m.  WGN Weekend Late Night
12 - 1 a.m.  John Williams
1 - 2 a.m.  Extension 720
1:05 a.m.  Winston Churchhill once said ‘Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.’  Tonight take a look back at the causes and consequences of World War II.  
2 - 3 a.m.  Nick Digilio
3 - 4 a.m.  Brian Noonan
4 - 5 a.m.  Bill Moller