Afternoons 5-7 Monday - Friday

The Afternoon Show on The Bridge 1120 is an engaging, straightforward radio talk show for Austin and Central Texas from a Christian perspective, covering everything from politics to sports, from family, culture and current events, to off beat comedy issues of interests to a diverse audience.

 

Tue 5-2 2017Hour 1

Bob asks Dr. Will Imboden (Clements Center for National Security) to grade Trump's first 100 days and visits with Focus on the Family's John Fuller about the National Day of Prayer

Tue 5-2 2017Hour 2

Bob remembers song writers Rodgers and Hart, critiques Austin politicians and clergymen for their SB4 protests, and analyzes Target's financial decline.

Mon 5-1 2017Hour 1

Bob prays for the Texas tornado and UT stabbing victims, visits with Faith Johnson, first African-American female ever to serve as DA of Dallas County and a strong believer

Mon 5-1 2017Hour 2

Bob and callers discuss the demise of Hymnals in modern churches; Bob bemoans Hershey's decision to change their candy - and reveals the purpose of the Red Button on Trump's desk.

Fri 4-28 2017Hour 1

Bob reviews Trumps first 100 days, heightened tensions with North Korea, and looks at a surprising new story about millennials and 'Choice Feminism'

Fri 4-28 2017Hour 2

Bob looks at 'Earworms,' the neurological phenomenon answering the question 'Why can't I get this song out of my head?' and bemoans meditation as a remedy for child misbehavior

Thu 4-27 2017Hour 1

Bob interviews Rep Matt Rinaldi (R-Irving) about the House's just-passed "Sanctuary Cities" bill and (with callers) assesses it's impact

Thu 4-27 2017Hour 2

Bob visits with Mia Koehne, one of the featured speakers/performers in the upcoming "Aspire Woman's Conference," Bob talks Confederate history, sleep deprivation and salt

Wed 4-26 2017Hour 2

Bob explores the troubling Netflix teen suicide drama, 13 Reasons Why; Bob visits with Shelby Little about Confederate History month, and sympathies with a rhino needing love.

Tue 4-25 2017Hour 1

Bob visits with Austin City Councilwoman Ellen Troxclair about the unique challenges she faces as the lone Conservative at City Hall; part 1 of Bob's Racial gas station story.