04221404 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 4 – Duane covers the news of the day with audio cuts.
04221403 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks to Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy, John Andrews, director of the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University, and Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at University of Virginia.
04221402 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – This hour, Hugh talks to Lt. Col. Frank Dowse (USMC ret.), former military attaché in Kiev, and Igor Birman, California Congressional candidate.
04221401 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh covers foreign policy with audio, talks to former South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds, Senatorial candidate, and takes calls.
04211404 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 4 – Duane catches up on the rest of the foreign policy news, the Obamacare news, and the Keystone XL Pipeline news of the day you may have missed.
04211403 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh conducts his entrepreneur hour with Jeff Clinard of Bear Coast Coffee, Rett Rasmussen of Solaire Hot Grills, and Ed Diaz of Best Filet Mignon.
04211402 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks Defense, national security and foreign policy issues with former Missouri Senator Jim Talent, and then talks with Nebraska Senatorial candidate, Ben Sasse.
04211401 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks politics and 2014 with Robert Costa of the Washington Post, with Arkansas Senatorial candidate, Congressman Tom Cotton, and the politics being played by the Obama administration on the Keystone Pipeline decision with Joe Kernen of CNBC’s Squawk Box.
04181403 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Part two of Hugh’s Good Friday special Hillsdale Dialogue with Dr. Larry Arnn, President and Dr. Stephen W. Smith, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale College, discussing Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy. Lastly, Tarzana Joe closes out the week with an Easter poem.
04181402 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – For Good Friday, Hugh presents a special Hillsdale Dialogue with Dr. Larry Arnn, President and Dr. Stephen W. Smith, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale College, discussing Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy.