For the Good Saturdays 7-8 AM
Spotlight on Medicine with Greenwich Hospital, Thursdays at 9 AM
Anything Goes with Kim and Bonnie, Wednesdays at 3 PM.
Around The House, Saturdays at 8-10 AM
Marion Joyce's Consumer Talk, Mondays at 9:30 AM, Every 3rd and 4th week of the month
Older and Wiser Show, Every fourth week of the month on Mondays at 12:30 PM
Darby and Friends, Monday-Friday, 5 PM - 6 PM
Greenwich Matters with Sam Romeo, Thursdays from 6 PM -8 PM. To speak to him LIVE call (203) 661-5051
Ask the First Selectman, Fridays at 9 AM
Fashion Friday with Tina, Fridays at 9:30 AM
What's Up With Wendy, Fridays at 11 AM
Anything Goes with Kim & Bonnie
Airs Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm
ANYTHING GOES, airing LIVE from 4:00-5:00 PM every
Wednesday on WGCH is an original comedic take on everyday hot topics with
hosts Kim Berns and Bonnie Levison.
People from Fairfield County to Long Island will be happy
to take a break from their routines to tune in to captivating guests and
Man on the Street interviews covering the questions that are on our minds.
Kim and Bonnie have not only spent time on comedy stages
and written humor for numerous publications but are moms--along with running
a business in Kim's case-- and teaching storytelling in Bonnies'.
ANYTHING GOES offers candid opinions on the latest trends
as well as issues that aren't necessarily being discussed in polite society
and provides fresh insights that listeners will want to repeat at their
next dinner party.
If something is coming up, if something is going on, you
can expect it to be discussed on ANYTHING GOES, with Kim and Bonnie. Experience
a whole new way to hear about what you didn't know you cared about.
Rye resident Kim Berns is one half of the Kim and Bonnie team.
She is the mother of 3 boys, 12 years old and 5 year old twins.
She found her way to radio via her current comedy career doing stand up
at venues such as Caroline's on Broadway and her regular performances
at the Comedy Club on 2nd Avenue in NYC.
She has spent her lifetime writing, with her most recent job as a columnist
for the on-line LOOP.
Her column, Kim Berns' Post Road, was mostly a humor column focusing on
the perils of being a wife and mother in the suburbs.
Kim was raised north of Chicago and has a B.A. from the University of
Texas at Austin, and a Masters in Communications from Northwestern University.
She worked for 14 years in the Telecommunications Industry, mostly in
regulatory work and as a lobbyist first to far-flung states like Wyoming
and the Dakotas, meeting with governors and other luminaries in the attempt
to bring mass communications services to under populated locations.
She moved to Washington DC to act in a senior management position as a
tariffs expert and lobbyist to the FCC.
Along the way she studied Feng Shui and co-wrote a book with Queng Duc,
a regular contributor to the BBC.
Following her exit from telecom, Kim started a design business, Kim Berns
Design a dozen years ago and has done the offices of the SEC, and House
and Garden TV. She continues to have a thriving design business in locales
such as Mexico, Alexandria, VA and her former home on the Upper East Side.
She has worked on restaurants, offices and homes on the east coast.
As a child actor and former lead singer in a rock band, Kim brings to
WGCH the eclectic ideas acquired via her quest to never be bored.
Bonnie Levison is a storytelling instructor with MothShop, the outreach
and corporate training program for The Moth based in New York City. She
has performed stories on The Moth Mainstage and Story Slams as well as
appeared on the Podcast and The Moth Radio Hour on NPR. After a career
in advertising and marketing she discovered stand up comedy and co-founded
the Nantucket Comedy Festival. She produces comedy and storytelling shows
in Fairfield County and the New York City area. She lives in Greenwich,
Connecticut with her 3 children who have threatened to defriend her on
Facebook if she tells a story about them. She used Twitter once and it
didn't end well.