Marc Eliot is a New York Times bestselling author and has written a plethora of books. His books are mainly centered around pop culture icons including, Walt Disney, Carey Grant, Jack Nicholson and the list goes on. On today's show he talked about his newly released book, Charles Heston: Hollywoods Last Icon.
Melinda Deslatte joined the Associated Press in 1999 and 2000 transferred from Raleigh, NC to Baton Rouge. Deslatte discussed the annual Statewide Capitol Correspondents Gridiron Show where Louisiana politicians are spoofed in performances. The Gridiron Show in BR is the longest running in the country.
Caitriona Lally is an Irish author and discussed her debut book Eggshells on the show. Lally studied English Literature at Trinity College. Before writing her first book book she worked in the past as a copywriter and as a teacher in Japan. She currently lives in Dublin, Ireland.
Political analyst Trey Ourso stopped by in studio to discuss Donald Trump's first 8 weeks as president. He graduated from Louisiana State University and is a Partner at Ourso Beychok, Inc.