WSGW Morning Team Show: November 1, 2017

It’s a brand new month with Charlie and Dave and YOU on the WSGW Morning Team Show…..

Food For Families remains in the same location as yesterday.   We ask you, our Loyal Family of Radio Listeners, to listen for updates (and posted here on the WSGW Morning Team page) on where you can go to make non-perishable food donations to help those in need.   All donations are collected by the Salvation Army for distribution.   In return for your donation, you receive a copy of the all-new Listen to the Mrs. Recipe Brochure.   Here is the Food for Families location for today:

The Maytag Store locations in Saginaw and Frankenmuth.   In Saginaw, 3800 Tittabawassee Road, between 10am-8pm.   In Frankenmuth, 477 North Main in the Kroger Plaza, from 10am-6pm.

You can also find out more Food For Families information with WSGW online.

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After the 6:30 news, Charlie and Dave conversed about Dave being a touch under the weather, Halloween fun from last night (including the candy ‘get’ of the night for Charlie), and Justin Verlander pitching to try and clinch the World Series (runs 6:03) –

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Brand New Poll for You…  Would you pay $1000 for a New Smartphone?

WSGW OnLine and App Poll: $1000 Smartphone

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After the 8:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Art talking with broadcast voice of Saginaw Spirit Hockey, Joey Battaino.   The first game of this season’s “I-75 Rivalry” vs Flint is scheduled tonight at TheDow (runs – 8:33)

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Talk about crazy weather.   Check out this story and pictures of five FEET of hail!   No thank you.

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Oops!   Somebody let the cat out of the bag!

LONDON (AP) — A judge on the Great British Bake Off, a widely watched television cooking competition in the U.K., has been forced to apologize after revealing the winner hours before the final episode was scheduled to air.

Prue Leith posted the name of the winner on her Twitter feed while traveling in Bhutan, which is six hours ahead of Britain, thinking that fans had already seen the last installment.

Leith, 77, later tweeted: “I am so sorry to the fans of the show for my mistake this morning. I am in a different time zone and mortified by my error.”

The Great British Bake Off has a strong hold on the U.K. public — last year, nine of the country’s top ten TV programs were episodes of the series, with the finale being watched by nearly 16 million viewers. Contestants who win the Bake Off often become national celebrities, appearing on other TV shows and at charity events.

Channel 4 scored a coup earlier this year when it bought the rights to Bake Off. The program is such a hit that the fact the season finale landed on Halloween this year did not daunt TV executives.

Some Britons took to Twitter in anguish Tuesday over hearing the news of the winner before the show, with one commentator writing that Leith “nailed it” as a clown for Halloween.

The show aired Tuesday night in Britain and the title was won by baker Sophie Faldo.

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Wake Up Song of the Day:   Elvis Presley “Suspicious Minds“.   This date, November 1, 1969, Elvis hit Number One for the last time with this song.

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