The Morning Show February 3 – 7

Yet another month is in the books as we are already toe-deep in February.  My Super Bowl prediction . . . . I have no idea who’s going to win.  I am not too familiar with the teams, didn’t think either would be playing today, and refuse to speculate.  Don’t forget to become a facebook RadioMonterey friend at or simply type fivefortyfriend into your Facebook search bar.

Here’s what’s on tap on the RadioMonterey Morning Show this week and do expect last-minute additions as always.  I will should (but probably won’t) post changes as they become known and also tweet them @RadioMonterey.



6 7 Weekend news recap.

8 Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa joins us for our monthly conversation about our county’s eponymous city.

8:30 Senator Bill Monning is scheduled.


7 The P.G. Perspective with Michelle Jackson.

7:45 Holistic health with KRXA Sponsor Glenn Sadowsky and Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.

8:45 “Car Talk” with Juan Escamilla owner of KRXA Sponsor Wilson’s Tire and Service.  For all your automotive needs, call Juan at (831) 476-0370 or stop by 4665 Soquel Drive, Soquel.

Wednesday –

7 – L.A. based Dr. Edward Martin discusses how improving your public speaking skills can improve your life.

Thursday –

7:30 – Media Matters‘ Director of Media Research Jeremy Holden joins us from to cast a jaundiced eye on the right-wing media machine.

8:45 – Eric Petersen from the Monterey County Green Party discusses all things Green.

Friday Free-for-all +

8 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize.  Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Leisure Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald.

8:45 – Sotheby’s Patty Ross joins us for the Real Estate Report.


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3 Responses to The Morning Show February 3 – 7

  1. Can I have four picks on your poll? 🙂

  2. The Lesser Rusty says:

    Empathy. 50 years after Vietnam. 40 years after OPEC. 30 years after Reagan. 20 years after NAFTA … Empathy has been beaten out of most Americans.

    That’s why they won’t care about a tiny corner of some other part of America that had a nasty mayor who caused a traffic jam to happen to his greedy city.

    Money, though… They care about money.

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