Show Outline for the Morning Drive for April 10, 2015:
6:35a- Dave Richmond interview with Food Critic of News Observer.
7:05a- Doug Kellett talks with Renae Azziz, founder and director of Virtuoso Education Consulting. A firm that supports educators. New research shows the achievement gap in Education may have more to do with the type of school than the type of student.
7:25a- Dave Richmond talks with the UNC journalism professor.
7:35a- Doug Kellett talks with Nancy O'Reilly, author of "Leading Women: 20 influential women share their secrets." American women are 33% more likely than their male peers to have earned a college degree by age 27. Why? Hillary Clinton's run for the Presidency.
8:05a- Doug Kellett talks with former Congressman and co-host of the FNC's political insider's program John LeBoutillier about the top stories of this week.
9:05a- Doug Kellett talks with Chris Boucher (pronounced boo-shay) about legalizing marijuana. Seeking the facts and understanding the basics.
9:35a- Doug Kellett talks with Mark Baird, President of a water rights groupin Northern California called the Scott Valley protect our water. He says the water police have arrived in California.