Backstory with Larry Potash

WGN Morning News anchor Larry Potash explores the backstory behind some of the most intriguing tales in history, culture, religion and science from Chicago and beyond. In addition to the podcast, watch the latest episodes at 10:30 p.m. Saturdays on WGN-TV.

The WGN Morning News Podcast

The WGN Morning News Podcast is a 12-week podcast that goes in-depth on each of your WGN Morning News favorites: Larry Potash, Robin Baumgarten, Paul Konrad, Pat Tomasulo, Lauren Jiggetts, Dan Ponce, Dean Richards, Ana Belaval, Morgan Kolkmeyer, Sarah Jindra, Marcus Leshock, and Mike Toomey. The WGN Morning News Podcast will drop each Monday.

Find them on Apple PodcastsSpotifyAmazon’s Audible, Google Podcasts and wherever you get your podcasts.

The Bair Facts on Health

WGN Midday News anchor and Medical Watch reporter Dina Bair aims to help you break through the noise online and on social media to make informed decisions about your health.

Better Off Balanced

Better Off Balanced is the new mental health podcast where we talk to experts about issues involving mental health and wellness.  Each guest offers ways to help us all cope and overcome feelings that hold us back.

Coastin’ the Country

WGN Morning News trending/features reporter Marcus Leshock talks theme parks, roller coasters and all around family fun!

Savoring Sweetness: The Walter Payton Podcast

Walter Payton’s son Jarrett and co-host Rick Tarsitano interview Sweetness’ teammates, family and friends about his historic life and career, 20 years after the Bears legend passed away.

WGN Investigates: Chasing Chaos

Six months after 9/11, a man known as “Dr. Chaos” hid a pound of cyanide underground, in a CTA storage closet, a block away from a federal courthouse in downtown Chicago. What happened next? WGN Investigates reports in this four-part TV series and podcast.

WGN-TV Political Report

A weekly look at politics from Chicago City Hall to the Illinois Statehouse and Washington, D.C. from Chicago’s Very Own WGN-TV.

World’s Greatest Newspaper Television Podcast (WGNTVP)

Producers Ross McAbee and Brian Seay interview WGN employees — those on air and others behind the scenes — about once a month.