07/24 Monday: Dawn Wells, Ameen Walker, Terry Heaton, Reginald Brown

Hour 1:

Dawn Wells

Famous for her role as Mary Ann on the hit sitcom Gilligan's Island Dawn Wells, chats with Jim about her life after the show. She's an actress, producer, author, spokesperson, journalist, motivational speaker, teacher, and humanitarian. Wells has starred in over 150 TV shows, and 7 motion pictures, and has starred in 60+ theatrical productions across the country and on The Great White Way.

Ameen Walker 


Ameen Walker, president of First Financial, joins Jim in studio to discuss his membership in the Masons. Walker is a 32nd degree Mason and is the Master of Ceremonies. He talks about the charitable work the Masons do on a daily basis. 

Hour 2:

Terry Heaton

Author, Terry Heaton chats with Jim about his latest book, The Gospel of Self: How Jesus Joined the GOP.

"The bitter political and religious divides we see today in America have roots that go back many decades. The televangelist Pat Robertson was one of the first to determine how battlelines were drawn. Robertson, now a leading and unflinching Trump supporter, rose to national prominence in the 1960s with his Christian Broadcasting Network and his hit show The 700 Club. Terry Heaton, who worked alongside Robertson at The 700 Club and became its executive producer, provides the inside story of how evangelical Christianity forced itself on a needy Republican Party in order to gain political influence on a global level. " -Amazon

Reginald Brown

The East Baton Rouge Parish Constable, Reginald Brown Sr., joins the discussion to comment on the retiring of Baton Rouge Police Chief Carl Dabadie. Brown also addresses crime rates around East Baton Rouge Parish.