Radio host Mike Cuthbert is a skilled interviewer
and acute listener whose thorough preparation surprises and
delights his guests. A native of Wisconsin, Mike holds a master's
degree in music and education. He led the development of WGMS
in Washington, DC into one of the nation's leading classical
music radio stations. Mike has hosted talk radio shows on top-rated
WRKO in Boston, WCKY in Cincinnati, where he was designated
"Best Talk Show Host," and public radio's WAMU in
Washington, where he was recognized with a number of broadcasting
awards. Married with five grown children and two grandchildren,
Mike also co-hosts a radio program on books and is working on
a number of fiction writing projects.
Prime Time Radio is a one-hour weekly interview program that focuses
on the wide-ranging interests and concerns of Americans 40 and older.
The program is heard on radio stations across the country as well as right
here on AARP's web site.
During each program, Mike converses intelligently, provocatively, and
easily with newsmakers like Hillary Rodham Clinton, cultural icons like
actor Alan Alda, and voices from the past like Studs Terkel, drawing out
their personalities and weaving their insights and expertise into stimulating
discussions. Prime Time Radio also brings in top authorities on science,
health, and medicine, and leading voices on the social issues and concerns
we share as we navigate all stages of aging.