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Friday June 23rd, 2017 4:45PM

Morning News with Bill & Joel

LISTEN: Up close and personal with sharks
Diver and photographer, Brian Skerry, talks about what it's like to swim with sharks. Skerry shares stories about putting together his book "Shark" which is filled with stunning photos of Skerry interacting with these powerful predators.
10:45AM ( 6 hours ago )
LISTEN: Are "progressives" really "regressive"?
Derek Gilbert, host of SkyWatch TV, answers this question with his new book "The Great Inception" which he took time to discuss with WDUN's Bill and Joel.
10:35AM ( 6 hours ago )
LISTEN: Honoring those who serve with "Operation Honor Heroes"
There's an easy way to recognize military past and present thanks to Unite the USA. Stacie Stoelting explains who to be part of "Operation Honor Heroes".
10:30AM ( 6 hours ago )
LISTEN: Most Interesting man in the world Jonathan Goldsmith
Jonathan Goldsmith (aka Dos Equis Most Interesting Man in the World) joins North Georgia's most interesting morning show to share stories from his memoir "Stay Interesting".
11:02AM ( 3 days ago )
LISTEN: Relatives-no matter where you go you can't get away from them
Annabelle Gurwitch shares amusing stories of her family in "Wherever You Go, There They Are". You're likely to see some of your relatives in her narrative.
10:21AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Reporter who first identified "Jihad John" discusses her experiences with ISIS and Al Qaeda
Souad Mekhennet's new book "I Was Told to Come Alone" chronicles her work in covering terrorists including being first journalist to identify "Jihad John". Her work often finds her interviewing terrorists on their turf at great risk to her own safety.
3:24PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Report Card on Georgia Legislature's work on School Choice legislation
Jamie Lord of the Georgia Center for Opportunity shares the GCO's grading of the recent state legislative session concerning school choice legislation. You can see the report here http://georgiaopportunity.org/.
3:21PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Plugging and prosecuting White House leaks
Those continuing to leak information from Trump administration risk prosecution as felons. Rachel Alexander, former prosecutor and writer with "The Stream", talks about how to track the leakers and the charges they could face.
9:23AM ( 3 weeks ago )
LISTEN: The Bravest Guy
Harry Wedewer share the incredible story of his father, Don, and how his injuries from WWII did not stop him from continuing to fight for others upon his return.
9:18AM ( 3 weeks ago )
LISTEN: "Faithkeepers" co-producer talks about the film and the persecution of Christians
Pam Kweskin, co-producer of the film "Faithkeepers", discusses the persecution of Christians around the world and her experience in making "Faithkeepers".
11:18AM ( 4 weeks ago )