Every Sunday from 4-9 pm, Chris Moore has the last word. Chris Moore’s unique, informed and intelligent grasp of the issues has made his show a magnet for callers and a lightning rod for controversy. Away from the radio, Chris is probably best-known for his work on Black Horizons on WQED-TV. He has co-hosted and produced the Emmy-winning series, the longest running minority-affairs program on public television, since 1968. He also produced and narrated Wylie Avenue Days, an Emmy Award-winning documentary on the Hill District.
Chris Moore is a Grambling State University graduate and Vietnam veteran. He serves as a member of the board of Fairview Park and the co-director of the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation’s Frank Bolden Urban Journalism Workshop.
Chris Moore talked about veteran’s issues with several armed service officials.
KDKA’s Chris Moore talked with “Smoke Signals” author Martin A. Lee on why marijuana affects so many aspects of American life.
Donald Scales joined Chris Moore in studio to discuss issues that concern working people everywhere.
Chris Moore spoke with analyst Stephen Zunes to discuss why the Kerry nomination should be opposed.
Dr. Edward Rhymes, author of “When Racism Is Law & Prejudice Is Policy” joined The Chris Moore Show to discuss the state of America and some of the most hotly-debated current issues.
Coach Andy Pacak joined KDKA’s Chris Moore to talk about Chavas Rawlins, a student athlete who is graduating early from Monessen High School and is starting school at West Virginia University this semester.
Chris Moore was joined on his show by freelance writer Roger Bybee.
Chris Moore was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA by Chris Williams.
KDKA host Chris Moore and Veteran CIA analyst Ray McGovern discuss current issues like the Gen. David Petraeus scandal.
Chris Moore and Chris Hellman talk about the military and federal budget. Hellman is a communications liaison at the National Priorities Project and the lead author of “A People’s Guide to the Federal Budget.”
America may have their opinions about the election but being able to laugh at politics is a blessing few have. KDKA’s Chris Moore spoke with the “Humor Queen” Nancy Leff of Leff Laff Productions.
Since the election, many Americans have been concerned about their money and what the economy would bring for their finances.
Since the freeing of the slaves, race and politics have always been talked about. Many believe voters place their ballot according to the candidate’s race. Is it fair for America to claim only those of race voted for Obama?
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore talks with Dr. Edward Rhymes, author and Mint Press columnist.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore is joined in Studio K by local members of the Raging Grannies, a group of women of a certain age who write and perform political songs.