St. Louis-focused ‘To the Best of Our Knowledge’ show set to air June 11
Many St. Louisans regularly tune in to St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU on Sunday afternoons for the nationally syndicated “To the Best of Our Knowledge” show that the station has been bringing to the region’s listeners for over a decade. This weekend will surely be no exception – but the topic at hand might come as a surprise.
St. Louis itself will be the focus at 2 p.m. June 11 with a show themed “Gateway Moments.” It’s the result of a live taping that took place late last month at Sheldon Concert Hall and was presented by St. Louis Public Radio, a service of the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
The May 25 performance marked only the second time that “To the Best of Our Knowledge”s – or TTBOOK – has conducted an on-the-road show with a live audience.
Featuring a fascinating variety of St. Louis people as guests, the live taping drew a large crowd to the Sheldon.
UMSL alumnus Bobby Norfolk – an accomplished storyteller, teaching artist and author – performed a selection from “Shadowball: The Negro Baseball Leagues” as part of the evening.
TTBOOK host Anne Strainchamps (at left) interviewed St. Louis-based video game designer Sam Coster, and other guests included Syna So Pro, father-daughter beatboxing duo Nicole Paris and Ed Cage (pictured below), and St. Louis Public Radio’s own Kameel Stanley and Tim Lloyd, who head up the station’s “We Live Here” podcast.
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