Bo Thompson

With the rise in the common use of swear words, Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman asks the question, "Is there a place for mindful cursing?" 

WFNZ's Nick Wilson and Charlotte's Most Beloved John Hancock join Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman to celebrate the wonder that is Hawaiian Shirt Friday and address a bonus apparel issue: Christmas Sweaters. 

Our movie expert Sean O'Connell joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with his takes on the new Pixar movie "Lightyear," the Baz Luhrmann biopic "Elvis," and the latest Adam Sandler movie on Netflix, "Hustle."

Our cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman to talk about the end of the line for technical support of the search engine Internet Explorer, a report that A.I. has developed consciousness, and Google warning about seven security vulnerabilities of its Chrome web browser.

Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with his takes on President Biden's tanking poll numbers, the possibility that Donald Trump will announce his third bid for the Presidency as soon as next month, the January 6th Commission hearings, and Mulvaney Music Trivia!

Weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stagich joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with more about the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, Alex, and what effect, if any, Alex could have on Carolina beaches. 

It's a simple yet controversial question for Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman: Do you put salt on your watermelon? The briny banter over this issue continues throughout the morning, culminating in an on-the-air taste test in which we find out whether or not Bo gets converted into a connoisseur of salty melons. 

Cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with information about Yubo, an app frequently used by the Uvalde school shooter and how school systems and parents can monitor social media for real threats to the safety of their students and children.

So, just how bad are things at the middle school portion of Turning Point Academy, the only alternative school for troubled students operated by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools?

Charlotte Knights' Chief Operating Officer Dan Rajkowski joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman talking about the ACC Baseball Tournament at Truist Field this week and WBT Skyshow returning to Truist Field on July 4th.