10/12 Thursday: Marcie Breeden Flotte, Mark Ballard, Judyth Vary Baker, Andrew Yorgason, Ron Cranford

Hour 1:

Marcie Breeden Flotte

Daughter of Carroll Breeden, the former BREC commissioner who was killed in his front yard in Pride, Marcie Breeden Flotte, joins Jim to talk about the arrest of Ryan Sharpe. Sharpe was arrested last night in connection to the drive-by shootings of four men in East Baton Rouge and East Feliciana Parishes. 

Mark Ballard

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Mark Ballard with the Advocate chats with Jim about this Saturday's election. He comments on turnout and what Louisiana residents can expect to see on their ballots. Ballard also discusses the arrest of 10 LSU fraternity members in connection with the death of Maxwell Gruver last month. 

Hour 2:

Judyth Vary Baker

Author of Me and Lee: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, Judyth Vary Baker, chats with Jim about her book on her relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald. Baker claims she was Oswald's lover. 

Andrew Yorgason


The staff of Williamsburg Senior Living Community joins Jim in studio to discuss their day to day operations.  Williamsburg is located in Baton Rouge and has 163 apartments for seniors. President Ron Cranford talks about founding the facility 30 years ago. General Manager Andrew Yorgason also comments on community support and activities.