Fresh off an international tour, Josh and Erika Solomon return to the airwaves in their sweet home of Chicago right here on the Big 89! They share stories from the road as Al Stewart’s backing band, what it’s like to be a married musical couple, and perform live in-studio.
Steve Byrne joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about his FIFTH comedy special “The Last Late Night” which premieres today on Amazon Prime, how he is paying homage to late-night talk shows, and he shares what it was like writing and starring in “Sullivan & Son”
Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the new property tax bills hitting mailboxes and the latest research showing why taxpayers are getting hit with higher property tax bills and how it’s affecting poorer parts of the county.
Wirepoints’ Matt Rosenberg joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the new proposed amendments to the controversial SAFE-T Act, language that still needs to be changed, and whether or not any of this will make a difference.
Chicago Tribune Reporter Kori Rumore joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about why drivers keep crashing into the Long Grove Bridge, why the bridge is covered, and why local officials do not want to talk about the problems the historic bridge is causing.
Junior NFL Analyst David Clauss joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about how Bills quarterback Josh Allen can work around his elbow injury to win against the New England Patriots, if Patrick Mahomes can pinch out a win against the Cincinnati Bengals, and he shares the rest of his week 13 NFL picks.
Mayoral candidate Paul Vallas joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about creating an autonomous independent police department, his financial plan for Chicago, and how he is going to positively influence Chicago Public Schools.
New Illinois GOP House leader Tony McCombie joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the GOP moving forward, not being defined by her gender, and how she plans to bring a balance to Illinois politics.
Founder and Executive Director of Let It Be Us Susan McConnell joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about how Illinois residents can become foster parents, achieving permanency for youth in foster care, and the different services Let It Be Us provides.
President & Executive Director of Almost Home Kids Deb Grisko joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about how Almost Home Kids provides training for families with children who are technology-assisted or have complex medical needs and shares ways you can help out this Giving Tuesday.
Editor-at-Large at CNET.com Ian Sherr joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the next emerging trend in tech, why not all cables support the same functionality, and he shares his favorite tech items to buy your loved ones this holiday season.
If you’re looking for a small way to make a child’s day this Giving Tuesday, Cards for Hospitalized Kids is the perfect organization. Founder Jen Rubino joins The Steve Cochran Show to talk a little about her own journey as a child experiencing sickness and share the stories of kids receiving messages of hope.
Dr. Kevin Most, Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, stops by The Steve Cochran Show to talk about the ongoing cold and flu season and which common remedies do and don’t help relieve symptoms, and how to help avoid the bug altogether.
NBC5 Sports Mike Berman joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about protecting Justin FIeld’s long-term health, what the Chicago Bears’ next steps are, and he previews the Chicago Bears VS Green Bay Packers game happening this Sunday.
Curator of the Vintage Tribune Kori Rumore and the Steve Cochran Show travel back in time to talk about Hugh Hefner launching Playboy magazine in his Hyde Park apartment in 1953, University of Chicago scientists completing the first manmade nuclear reaction under the direction of Nobel-prize winning Italian physicist Enrico Fermi in a squash court under Stagg Field in 1942, and the Pizzeria Uno opening at Ohio Street and Wabash Avenue in 1943.
‘The Minimum Method’ by nutrition expert and celebrity fitness trainer Joey Thurman joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about resetting your diet after Thanksgiving, why a good sleep schedule is imperative to weight loss, and he shares signs you’re breathing incorrectly, and how to fix it.
Nick D joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about his new SNL podcast debuting in January and why Steven Spielberg’s new movie “The Fabelmans” is not worth seeing in theaters. Steve and Nick also recap the best parts of Executive Producer Tom Hush’s wedding.
24-year-old Halia Didula arrived from Ukraine only months ago to study at UIC and work at St. Nicholas Cathedral, a Catholic School in Ukraine Village. Together with her colleagues, like Maeve Brady, she has brought comfort to many children who have arrived from Ukraine fleeing the devastating war in their home country.
Halia Didula and Maeve join the Steve Cochran Show to share an update on the important work they’re doing with Ukrainian children, the harsh realities of the war, and the resilience of the Ukrainian people.
Alderman of the 15th ward, Ray Lopez has announced that he will no longer be running for mayor. He states that he feels he can do more as an alderman and improving his ward and running for his own ego would not be the right move. Alderman Lopez, although no longer running for mayor, believes that no matter what Lori Lightfoot can not remain the mayor.
Cook County property tax bills are officially out! Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about how to get your bill online, the due date for Cook County property taxes, and she shares the best way to pay your bill.
Illinois Fighting Illini football Coach Bielema joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about what went wrong during the game against Purdue, how they are preparing to play against the University of Michigan Wolverines this Saturday and he gives an update on Chase Brown’s leg injury.
Operation Christmas Child’s Elizabeth Groff joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the time she received a shoebox gift as a young girl while living in an orphanage in eastern Ukraine, explains what comes inside of a box, and she shares where you can donate to bring joy to children in Ukraine this holiday season.
Chik-Fil-A owner Justin Lindsey joins the Steve Cochran Show to explain why he instituted a 3-day week, how a 3-day week has boosted morale, and he answers how he will combat worker burnout throughout the day.
Andy Murray joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about what makes Murray Bros. Caddyshack restaurant special, his new family cookbook, “EAT, DRINK AND BE MURRAY: A Feast of Family Fun and Favorites”, and Andy reveals who’s the best golfer in the Murray Family.