Mark Hollis, Michigan State University Athletic Director & David Brandon, University of Michigan Athletic Director talk to Paul W. Smith about Saturday's big game in East Lansing.
ABC's Aaron Katersky talks to Steve Courtney about General Motors' latest legal maneuvers that seek to shield the automaker from legal liabilities tied to the pre bankruptcy GM.
Bill Schuette, Michigan's Attorney General talks to Steve Courtney about Tuesday's United States Supreme Court ruling on Michigan's affirmative action ban and he says the court has decided that the voice of the people rules.
Jiri Fischer, Former Detroit Red Wing talks to Steve Courtney in this edition of "Red Wings Weekly."
Neal Rubin, Detroit News Columnist invites Steve Courtney & his listeners to Bookstock which runs April 27 - May 4 at Livonia's Laurel Park Place.
Randy Gillary, Founder of the Kimberly Ann Gillary Foundation tells Steve Courtney April is Michigan Student Athletic Cardiac Awareness Month and he says it's important for every school to have a defibrillator on hand in case of a cardiac emergency.
John Bursch, Michigan's Former Solicitor General argued in favor of Michigan's affirmative action ban before the Supreme Court and he explains his position to Steve Courtney.
Tom Rivers talks to Steve Courtney live from ABC's International Desk in London about the difficult search for victims of the South Korean ferry disaster.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano tells Paul W. Smith why he has decided to run again.
Robin Boyle, Wayne State University Professor of Urban Studies and Planning tells Paul W. Smith he is going to teach a class on Detroit's bankruptcy called: "Detroit: Metropolis in Transition." For more information call (313) 577-4682.
K.C. Crain, Vice-President & Publisher of the Crain Communications Automotive Group & Autoweek tells Paul W. Smith Ford's transition plan has been in place for some time and it's no surprise that Ford CEO Alan Mulally will be leaving his position soon.
ABC's Aaron Katersky tells Paul W. Smith security was tight and everything went extremely well at Monday's Boston Marathon.
ABC's Tom Rivers talks to Paul W. Smith live from the International Desk in London about the tragic sinking of the South Korean ferry and he says the grim task of searching for victims continues.
David Farbman, Partner in NAI Farbman, Founder and Chairman of Carbon Media Group, CEO of Nuco Health has written a new book called: "The Hunt: Target, Track and Attain Your Goals" and he tells Paul W. Smith the book is filled with business and practical advice for life...
Scott LaRiche, Chairman of the North American International Auto Show talks to Paul W. Smith live from the Beijing Motor Show and he says the Chinese show is huge and it's an important market for the U.S. automakers.
Mark Dantonio, MSU Football Coach tells Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney he is looking forward to this weekend's Spring football game in East Lansing and he hopes everyone has a chance to come out and see the team.
Ruth Johnson, Michigan Secretary of State tells Paul W. Smith she is going to seek a second term because there's more work to be done.
M.L. Elrick, Fox 2 Detroit Investigative Reporter tells Paul W. Smith a Detroit lawmaker is under scrutiny for allegedley moving out of the district he represents. He also has the latest information on the legal problems surrounding Detroit City Council President Pro Tem George C...
Mike Manley, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Jeep Brand and Lead Executive for International Operations at Chrysler Group LLC. talks to Paul W. Smith live from the Beijing Motor Show and he says the automaker is introducing several new jeeps in China.
Mary Kramer, Publisher of Crain Detroit Business talks to Paul W. Smith about the top stories in and around the Detroit area.
Dr. Tom Rifai, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Medical Director tells Steve Courtney that Americans are eating too much salt and it wouldn't take much of an adjustment to the diet to bring those levels down.
Daniel Howes of the Detroit News has an interesting conversation with Steve Courtney about the public's perception of General Motors.
Archbishop Allen Vigneron talks to Steve Courtney on Good Friday and he offers a special blessing for the Detroit area.
ABC's Tom Rivers talks to Steve Courtney live from ABC's International Desk in London about the capsized ferry in South Korea and he says the rescue effort has been hampered by rough seas and bad weather.
Katherine Schwarzenegger, the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger has written a new book for college graduates and their parents called: "I JUST GRADUATED.....NOW WHAT: Honest Answers From Those That Have Been There" and she tells Steve Courtney the book is designed to he...
Tim Kuniskis, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Chrysler Group's Dodge Brand talks to Paul W. Smith about a new deal for car buyers who are interested in the automaker's top muscle cars; the Challenger and the Charger.
Bob Carter, Toyota Senior Vice-President, Automotive Operations tells Paul W. Smith an all new Camry is being revealed at the New York International Auto Show.
Bill Ford, Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman tells Paul W. Smith it was exciting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mustang on top of the Empire State Building in New York.
Scott LaRiche, Chairman of the 2015 North American International Auto Show & John LaRiche, Owner of LaRiche Chevrolet in Findlay Ohio & LaRiche Toyota-Subaru in Tiffin, Ohio have a great conversation with Paul W. Smith live from the Chrysler stand at the New York Int...
Jason Stoicevich, Head, Fiat Brand, North America talks to Paul W. Smith live from the Chrysler stand at the New York International Auto Show and he says the brand is going strong.
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Paul W. Smith new research indicates that measuring body mass index is an imperfect predictor of a person's health risks.