WBT Charlotte's Most Beloved John Hancock joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about the Winter Olympics, the U.S. jobs report showing better-than-expected results, a Big Weekend events roundup, and Dolly Parton gets nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Charlotte Hornets President & Vice Chairman Fred Whitfield joins Bo Thompson with his take on the NBA All Star Game player selections in which Lamelo Ball and other Hornets were not picked, the Hornets taking on some top Eastern Conference opponents in the next few games, and team plans for the celebration of Black History Month.

The radio play-by-play voice of Charlotte Football Club Will Palaszczuk from WFNZ joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen in studio to talk about being selected as the radio announcer for the professional soccer team.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about the shrinkage of Facebook's user base and drop in stock and former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores' lawsuit against the NFL.

Former Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Chief Kerr Putney joins Bo Thompson in studio with his thoughts on the new name for the NFL Washington football team, the shooting at Bridgewater College in which two campus security officers were killed, and CMPD releases body cam footage from the officer-involved shooting of Derrell Raney.

Our cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Bo Thompson talking about the tactics that ransomware syndicates are using to get employees to compromise their employers' security, Wordle is sold to the New York Times, and metaverse real estate sales are booming, even though the buyers can never touch their properties.

Bo Thompson calls in for the daily crossover segment. Drama in the NFL, politics, and a preview of Thursday’s edition of The Bo Thompson Morning Show.

NC Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with the latest on Covid-19.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about the latest on Covid-19 with NC Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) and the life of former Miss USA and Charlotte native Cheslie Kryst, which came to an end by suicide on Sunday morning in New York City.

Bo Thompson talks to Rick Jackson, who was WBT's General Manager from 1992 to 2009. He oversaw major changes, including the station's transition to the News-Talk format. He was also instrumental in building the Carolina Panthers Radio Network and securing the flagship broadcasting rights for WBT. In 1997, he created the WBT Hall of Fame.