Newstalk 1050 KSIS is making some changes to programming this weekend. Beginning this Saturday morning (May 3), you will be able to start your Saturday morning with 'Good Day' with host Doug Stephans from 6 to 8 a.m. Doug knows that a good start includes lots of humor, insight and information, along with a special emphasis on the fun and even the frustrations in life. You will even be able to call in on the show and be a part of starting the weekend off right by calling 1-800-510-8255.

Townhall.com with Hugh Hewitt has been moved to 8 a.m. on Saturdays. Hugh Hewitt gets a chance to look back at some of the big news and political stories of the week with fellow Salem Radion Network hosts Bill Bennett, Mike Gallagher, Janet Mefferd, Dennis Prager, and Michael Medved.

 

Cary Hall, Host of America's Health Care Advocate

America's Healthcare Advocate is now a two hour show from 9 to 11 a.m. and gives you a chance to talk with host Cary Hall about health insurance and health care issues from the experts. Cary's guests include actual physicians, physical therapists, eye care professionals, dentists, pediatricians, obstetricians, oncologists, neurologists and more, talking about the latest trends in medicine, pharmacy, healthcare and wellness. You can call into the show at 1-866-582-9933.

 

Doc Love, Saturday Nights at 9

We will also move The Doc Love Show from Thursday nights at 6 to Saturday nights at 9. This show offers men the chance to hear dating advice. Doc Love will explain his blueprint for keeping the right woman and teach men how to be more themselves around women. You will hear Hugh Hewitt Thursday nights at 6, starting next Thursday.

 

Jerry Pearce, host of Radio Detective, Sunday Nights at 10

The final new addition is one you may remember that Newstalk 1050 KSIS featured in the evening during the week a few years ago; The Radio Detective with Jerry Pearce. The Radio Detective will air Sunday nights at 10 p.m., leading into Coast to Coast at 11 p.m. Jerry will discuss everything from espionage to murder, and will highlight cold cases to try and spur new information to law enforcement.

I hope you enjoy these changes this weekend and that you continue to listen to Newstalk 1050 KSIS.