Mick Mulvaney joins Bo Thompson with his take on the 2021 political year, a new poll that samples opinions about possible GOP candidates for President in 2024, the posturing and grandstanding that will take place on the one year anniversary of the January 6th riots in Washington D.C., Marjorie Taylor Greene being booted from Twitter, and Mick's predictions for 2022.

Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with an update on the Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus.

Our cyber security expert Theresa Payton joins Bo Thompson with follow up on the nationwide TikTok school challenge that had parents on edge, a new way to get around those pesky telemarketer robocalls that spam your cell phone, and an update on the Apache Log4j cyber security flaw.

The official kickoff to the 100th anniversary of WBT radio, WBT Hall of Fame members H.A. Thompson and John Hancock join Bo Thompson in studio to announce the names of three new inductees who will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame on April 9th, 2022: John Stokes, Bob Lacey, and Jim Szoke.

In the last hour of the show - Pete's last before heading out for his Christmas vacation - Pete talks about the great work Bo Thompson did this morning to honor John Stokes, Bob Lacey, and Jim Szoke. 

Bo Thompson talks to WBT Sports Director Jim Szoke, who began his career at WBT in 1987. He is the only person to broadcast every game in Carolina Panthers history. Across four decades, he has been the voice of WBT and sports in Charlotte.

Bo Thompson talks to Bob Lacey, who hosted WBT's first-ever night time talk show in the early 70's, then hosted mornings from 1975-80.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about favorite and least favorite Christmas tunes, making financial decisions based on horoscopes and astrological signs, and a changing of the guard at WBTV as meteorologist Eric Thomas retires and Al Conklin takes over as chief meteorologist in the weather center.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman talking about favorite Christmas tunes, President Biden's speech to the nation today about dealing with the Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus, and what events may be postponed or even cancelled due to the rapid spread of Omicron.

Our automotive expert Tom Blocker joins Bo Thompson with a look back at some of the biggest auto news of 2021 and a look ahead at what might be coming our way in the vehicular realm in 2022.