Jim visits with Louisiana Lottery President Rose Hudson about frequent winners, recent changes to popular games and making millionaires in Louisiana.
Cleve Bailey talks with Jim about the Louisiana Film Industry and the new documentary he is working on about Trayvon Martin.
Jim talks with Robert Zirkelbach, VP of America's Health Insurance Plans, about budget challenges facing Medicare.
Filmmakers Tom Anton and Sandi Russell, discuss their new film "The Pardon", the true story of the last woman to be executed in Louisiana, back in the 1942.
LSU Faculty Senate President Kevin Cope, who's at odds with the LSU Board of Supervisors over the secrecy in choosing a new university president.
Also, LSU horticulturist Carl Motsenbocker talks with Jim about the 3rd Annual Dinner In The Field & Farm Tour, and the virtues of eating "slow foods".
Jim Richardson, veteran economist and member of the Revenue Estimating Conference, has his pulse on Baton Rouge's work force and tells Jim why there aren't enough skilled workers in our community.
LSU alum and Politico reporter Ginger Gibson discusses news from the Romney campaign trail.
Actress and Gonzales native Shanna Forrestall talks with Jim about Louisiana's growing film industry and her upcoming movie.