Anna Davlantes Show 2/6/20: Naperville Bans Commercially Bred Pets, Filmmaker Martin Doblmeier Opens Up About His New Documentary “Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story,” and Talking To Kids About Cyber Safety

Anna Davlantes and Martin Doblmeier, filmmaker of "Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story." (WGN Radio)

Anna Davlantes Full Show for Thursday, February 6th: 

Happy Thursday! Only one more day until the weekend! President Donald Trump made his first public remarks this morning at the White House since he was acquitted in his impeachment trial. (At 0:00) Anna sits down with Ryan Burrow at the top of the show to discuss President Trump’s reaction. He also explains why lawmakers are blaming CEOs for a rise in youth smoking. The Naperville City Council on Tuesday passed a ban on the sale of cats and dogs from commercial breeders. (At 19:06) Animal rights activist Denice Bocek joins the show to further explain the new ban and why it’s better to adopt not shop. (At 31:55) Award-winning filmmaker Martin Doblmeier sits down with Anna to talk about his new documentary, “Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story.” (At 41:55) Dr. John Duffy and Chicago Tribune columnist Heidi Stevens discuss Heidi’s latest column about J.Lo & Shakira’s steamy halftime show performances, Elizabeth Smart, and more on this Lifestyle Thursday. (At 1:03:09) Carol Deely, Founder of Gabriel’s Light, joins the program to discuss the suicide of her 12-year-old son and how she founded her own foundation to help raise awareness on safe technology practices for children.

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