Charlie talks to Kevin Wehrenberg who's a producer of many shows you know and love including Fear Factor, Cannonball and Wipeout. Kevin and Charlie discuss Wisconsin, how to make it in the TV biz and JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), a cause Kevin passionately supports.
Charlie talks with Erin Wehrenberg, the head of ABC comedy. Erin has also had executive roles at NBC and Warner Bros. She’s worked on everything from The Office to Friends to 2 Broke Girls. Charlie and Erin about the behind the scenes of the comedy biz, working in entertainment during a pandemic and her love for Wisconsin.
This week Charlie talks to Pat Hastings who's not only an incredible journalism professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she also taught Charlie. Pat offers insight on the changing face of broadcast news, sharing news on social media social media and tips for citizen journalists.
This week we’re talking about the conspiracy theories that have dominated American politics. Charlie’s guest is Milwaukee based author Tea Krulos about his new book American Madness: The Story of the Phantom Patriot and How Conspiracy Theories Hijacked American Consciousness.
Keith Stanley is Executive Director of Near West Side Partners, Inc. and also Charlie's clay pigeon shooting buddy. He's shares his insight on revitalizing Milwaukee's Near West Side. Some of you may also recognize Keith from Frontline's Two American Families.
In this week's episode, Charlie travels to three Wisconsin farms to talk about the current state of farming in America's Dairyland, mental health, and the impact of the current political climate on the industry. The guests include Jeff Ditzenberger, Carrie and Patrick Mess, and Mike and Sue Dettman.
John Harvatine IV, best known for his work on the hit show Robot Chicken, gets very serious about the Midwest in this week's episode. John talks about his new show 'Crossing Swords', his lifelong dream to work for the Packers, and the best way to cook a bratwurst.
Former Green Bay Packers fullback, John Kuhn joins the CripesCast to discuss not only his football career but Charlie's own junior football glory days. Now a Wisconsin resident, John Kuhn talks about his affinity for the midwest, life as a professional football player, and his love for the game of Sheepshead.
Steven Olikara is founder of the non-partisan Millennial Action Project. Charlie talks with him about the impact social media and cable news have on our civility, mail in voting and how to be bipartisan in these polarizing times.