Best of Sound Ideas. You'll go with GLT's Laura Kennedy to the Peoria Riverfront Museum and check out the exhibit of awkward family photos. Willis Kern talks policy with former transportation secretary Ray LaHood. Then, Jon Norton talks with an activist for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Phone lines are open for a round of “Can It Be Recycled?” with the Ecology Action Center’s Michael Brown who stops by to talk about this weekend’s Household Hazardous Waste collection event. The music of Pink Floyd is explored during an edition of "What's On Your Turntable?". Then, hear about the drama arising from the hiring of a
ISU President Larry Dietz talks about the budget stand-off in Springfield and how the university is dealing with not having any state funding. He also discusses the status of Monetary Award Program grants for low-income students. You’ll hear from the President and CEO of the American Public Transportation Association about the state of transit funding and transportation infrastructure. And Jon Norton talks with bluesman John Primer about his time working with Muddy Waters’ band. Host: Willis Kern