Wes will take the hot seat on this show where opinions abound. Kirk Humphreys presents his conservative Republican view while Mike Turpin counters with his liberal leaning ideas and Kevin Ogle moderates the show from his neutral position. Watch Flash Point Sunday, January 23rd at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 4.
Wes joins The Verdict with hosts Kent Meyers and Mick Cornett beginning Sunday, January 23.
The Verdict: Cox Communications Channel 3 in Oklahoma City, and Channel 3 in Tulsa, on
- Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
- Monday at 9:30 a.m.
- Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.
- Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
- Each week, guests discuss legal or social issues of general interest to the viewers. The discussion is always lively and educational.
Tuesday, January 25th Wes joins host Cherri Willis on the Oasis Radio Network. Check back with this post for details.
Wes joins Reid Mullins on KTOK’s morning show, Wednesday, January 19th. Tune into AM1000 at 6:30 and 6:45 a.m.
Wes joins Robin Marsh on News 9 This Morning, Wednesday, January 12th. Tune in starting at 6:00 a.m. so you don’t miss a minute of this in-depth interview. News 9 is dedicating two segments to this interview to take advantage of the opportunity to dig a little deeper into the content of Amazingly Graced.
Wes joins Bishop Tony Miller on the Trinity Broadcasting Network on Friday, January 14th at 10:30 a.m. Watch the show live or set your DVR to record.
Cox Communications – Channel 23
AT&T Uverse – Channel 14
Direct TV – Channel 372
Dish Network – Channel 260
GloryStar – Channel 2
Sky Angel – Channel 127
KTBO – Channel 14
Wes joins host Brian Bush on the Studio 46 weekly podcast. This round table discussion explores politics, economics and community life in Edmond, Oklahoma. Check out the podcast on January 14th.
If you didn’t catch Wes on Senior World on KTOK January 9, click here to hear Wes discuss Amazingly Graced with the show’s host, Glen Howard.
A former district attorney’s new memoir focuses on his experience navigating his belief system and the legal system.
Former Oklahoma County District Attorney Wes Lane said he set out wanting to write a biography, rather than an autobiography.
The subject: God. “This is not meant to be a book about the fascinating subject of me,” Lane writes in the preface of his new book “Amazingly Graced.”
Lane was a prosecutor in the Oklahoma County district attorney’s office before being appointed by Gov. Frank Keating as district attorney in 2001. He was elected to the post in 2002, but lost his re-election bid in 2006.