As we look back at the past year we'll listen to some of our fan favorite interviews including Leah Chase, Terrance Osborne, and Aaron McCargo.
After the holidays, poinsettias and Christmas cactuses can still have life.
Surface coating and specialty products giant PPG Industries declared a force majeure Thursday for vinyl chloride monomer made at its Lake Charles facility.
Scientists at LSU, Columbia and Iowa State University have teamed up to develop a more environmentally-friendly oil dispersant.
(Encore performance from December 20)
Jim talks with defense attorney Lewis Unglesby about gun laws, gun rights and proposed gun reforms.
David Precise, with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, talks about the mental health aspects of trying to prevent mass shooting incidents.
(Encore performance from March 23, 2012)
Jim talks with Gov. Bobby Jindal's former Chief of Staff Timmy Teepell, who still serves as a main advisor and strategist to the governor's office via his new position with political consulting firm On Message.
(Encore Performance from December 12, 2012)
Jim talks with politico Vincent Bruno about the resignation of U.S. attorney Jim Letten and Carlos Marcello's influence of Louisiana politics of the past.
A chat with teen prodigy Polite Stewart, who enrolled at Southern University at 12 years of age. Stewart graduated from Southern this month.
(Encore performance from June 5, 2012)
Jim talks with former Louisiana resident a living blues music legend Buddy Guy.
Jim talks with biographer Justin Martin about his latest book on the life of landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
Biographer Leo Honeycut and entrepreneur Gerry Lane drop by to talk about Lane's ten billion dollar career.
Carol Spruell, with Catholic Charities of Baton Rouge, talks about holiday giving.
InRegister publisher Kelly Hurtado visits.
Acid reflux disease or chronic heartburn is diagnosed often in Louisiana due to our love of spicy food in the southern part of the state.