Former professional basketball player and the first African American to play varsity basketball at LSU, Collis Temple, joins guest host Leo Honeycutt in studio to discuss race relations in Baton Rouge and around the state.
Former LSU baseball coach and athletic director, Skip Bertman, chats with Leo about the Tiger's and the College World Series. Leo and Skip also comment on the book, Skip Bertman: How to Win Again and Again, written by Leo.
Baton Rouge Representative Steve Carter joins the conversation to comment on his measure to increase the state's gasoline tax and the bill's failure to pass in the legislature.
Carter chats with Leo about the purchasing of The Bluffs Golf Resort in St. Francisville. Carter hopes to attract PGA Golf back to one of Arnold Palmer's finest courses.
Former Secretary of State Jim Brown joins Leo in studio to discuss the election system in Louisiana. Brown comments on how to get the system away from being so heavily influenced by monied interests.