ENTERTAINMENT

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman talking about the "man band," 80's movie trivia, and day two of the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson and Jim Szoke in studio talking about the great time she had at iFly Charlotte, favorite concerts and movie theaters, Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson facing confirmation hearings today, and a proposed ten-story tower that would replace Phillips Place theater in Charlotte.

Here we go again, but why? Bad leadership, bad choices and the natural fallout from short-sighted legislation. 

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson in studio with her take on the possibility that changing back and forth between Standard time and Daylight Savings time could be coming to an end, the continuing Russian war on Ukraine, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's address to the United States Senate and House of Representatives.

Our media expert Dr. Robert Thompson joins Bo Thompson talking about big-name media movers in the sports announcer world, the passing of actor William Hurt, and NCAA college basketball tournaments begin.

WBT Charlotte's Most Beloved John Hancock joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about WBT's 100th Anniversary celebration coming up April 9th at the Halton Theater, Big Weekend local events rundown, and the songs that were voted in a recent poll to be the happiest and saddest of all time.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about the record setting crowd and enthusiasm for Charlotte FC's first home game at Bank of America stadium, the possibility that President Joe Biden could travel to Saudi Arabia to ask for increased oil production, and the everchanging Charlotte schedule of elections.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about President Biden's first State of the Union address, WBT's 100th anniversary celebration coming up April 9th at the Halton Theater in Charlotte, and a new survey indicating that nostalgia can act as a pain reliever.

Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about Donald Trump's speech at CPAC, and what seemed to be hints that Trump is going to run for President again in 2024, the relative merits of music from Glass Tiger - even when Bryan Adams is involved, analysis of Saturday's GOP debate between candidates running for U.S. Senate in NC, and Mulvaney Music Trivia!

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about the Ukrainian resistance against Russia, using "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister as their battle hymn and lead singer Dee Snider Tweeting that he "absolutely approve(s)."