The Matt McNeil Show

The Matt McNeil Show

Monday-Friday 3PM-4PM

Matt McNeil is a proud Minnesotan, on live weekdays from 3pm to 4pm. Matt has been living most of his life in the state of his birth. He's a husband, a father of three, a veteran, and a broadcaster. He's worked in radio for over 25 years, starting with Armed Forces Radio in Nuremberg, Germany. He currently lives in Hopkins.

On his show Matt talks politics from a Democrat/Progressive perspective, but he'll also venture into parenting, religion, entertainment, sports, gardening, business, cooking, and many other subjects. He interviews politicians, political insiders, authors, pundits, entertainers, and artists, and loves talking to the listeners.

Besides being on air, you can read his thoughts at the 'Progressive Citizen X' blog.

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The Matt McNeil Show – June 7, 2020

Naked man in Duluth’s sewers! Then, Sen. John Hoffman joins to discuss his reelection campaign; Edina COVID spike, and it’s all about the younguns this time; Matt and family visit Mall of America; Sen. Scott Jensen is in hot water for dismissing COVID’s threat.

The Matt McNeil Show – July 2, 2020

Matt reflects on his visit to the Iron Range; big pharma fighting back against affordable insulin; the Trump-Russia bounty scandal continues.

The Matt McNeil Show – July 1, 2020

Ellie Krug sits in for Matt, discussing reparations, education funding, and Minnesota vs. Iowa.

The Matt McNeil Show – June 29, 2020

The Matt McNeil Show – June 26, 2020

Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein fills in for Matt, hosting fellow state Rep. Rena Moran on police reform.

The Matt McNeil Show – June 25, 2020

The Matt McNeil Show – June 24, 2020

The Matt McNeil Show – June 23, 2020

The Matt McNeil Show – June 22, 2020

Today on the show, Gregory Rich from Drink in the Style fills in for Matt McNeil and talks about solutions!

The Matt McNeil Show – June 19, 2020

Matt continues the discussion on Columbus; coronavirus is still a major threat; Calvin Griffith’s statue removed from Target Field; Paul Gazelka has a problem – someone from his own district was arrested for arson in Minneapolis.