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Wednesday October 17th, 2018 2:21PM

Morning News with Bill & Joel

LISTEN: Bill Belichick biographer talks the legendary coach's legacy
ESPN.com's Ian O'Conner joins the show to discuss his newest book "Belichick," which has been called the definitive biography of legendary coaching figure Bill Belichick.
5:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Business real estate opportunities in the growing Gainesville market
Local real estate expert Frank Norton, Jr., joins the show to discuss some emerging opportunities he's seeing in a growing Gainesville-centric business market.
8:28PM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Senator David Perdue talks the budget and Kavanaugh hearings
Senator David Perdue says he's frustrated with the way his party is handling itself saying "Republicans have decided to play defense and I came here to play offense." Senator Perdue made his statement in an appearance Friday morning on the Bill and Joel Morning Show where he expressed similar feelings about the recent developments in the Kavanaugh confirmation proceedings.
10:09AM ( 3 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Keeping your pets up-to-date on their shots
Dr. Marie Lance with Gainesville's Lance Animal Hospital joins the show to help listeners ensure there pets stay up-to-date on all their shots and vaccinations.
8:51PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Author pens inspirational book after life-threatening accidents
Author Felecia Doyle joins to show to discuss her book, "When the Son Speaks a Promise: When Your Darkest Hours Prepare You for Your Best Days."
8:15PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Top tips for bringing your Wi-Fi "dead zones" to life
Jeffrey Parker, a.k.a. the Wi-Fi Guru, joins the show to share the best ways to improve your homes Wi-Fi signal, and how to to bring "dead zones" to life with only a few practical tips.
11:53PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: The local fight against human trafficking
Haley Bower with the Clipper Petroleum Foundation joins the show to talk about the fight against human trafficking in Georgia, and a partnership effort that is turning convenience stores statewide into "safe spaces" where trafficking victims can go for help.
7:58PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Re-living the 1980's with the author of "Trailer Trash: an 80's Memoir"
Author Angie Cavallari joins the show to discuss her latest book, "Trailer Trash: an 80's Memoir," a nostalgic look back at a beloved -- and occasionally yearned-for -- time in U.S. history.
8:00AM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Author rekindles Foxfire book franchise that details Southern folkways
Author Phil Hudgens joins the show to discuss his reprisal of the Foxfire book series, which contains oral histories of Southern Appalachian cultures.
8:22PM ( 2 months ago )
LISTEN: Medical expert on advances in the battle against Alzheimer's
Dr. Heather Snyder, Senior Director of Medical and Scientific Operations for the Alzheimer's Association, joins the show to discuss some of the advances being made in the battle against Alzheimer's.
9:17PM ( 2 months ago )