MONDAY, October 21: Southwest Airlines pilot Captain Tammie Jo Shults gained national attention after safely landing a commercial airliner after a catastrophic engine failure saving the lives of 148 people.  She stops by with a new memoir about the harrowing experience, "Nerves of Steel: How I Followed My Dreams, Earned My Wings, and Faced My Greatest Challenge." Then, check out one of the largest annual art auction events in Dallas and the critical charity it supports when we preview Art for Advocacy with a live speed painting demonstration. Plus, save money while shopping for the holidays and give back to the community at the same time. 

TUESDAY, October 22: New York Times bestselling author Ruta Sepetys joins us to talk about her newest novel, "The Fountains of Silence," an epic tale of unforgettable love, repercussions of war and the hidden violence of silence. Then, a Flower Mound couple is sharing their personal story of finding love after a breakup: “The Right Combination: Finding Love and Life After Divorce.” They’ll break down their relationship journey and provide tips on how to prevent past experiences from defining future happiness.

WEDNESDAY, October 23: A groundbreaking celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived “The Change.” The hilarious musical comedy, “Menopause the Musical” comes to Dallas and we talk with two of the stars of the show. then, we talk with Nolan Gould from ABC’s comedy hit, Modern Family. What he says he’ll miss most after the last season of the Emmy award winning show wraps. And we’re celebrating Mavs season opener with a party in the plaza. Plus, find out what brings “Good Morning Britain” host Richard Arnold to “Good Morning Texas.”

THURSDAY, October 24: It’s almost Halloween -- bestselling author Tui Snider gives her top five picks for haunted places in Dallas/Fort Worth. Then, lifestyle expert Erica Brennes comes on to give us some fun easy recipes for making your tailgate the talk of game. Plus,  in the spirit of spooky stuff, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra knows who to call -- a live performance of Ghostbusters sure to give you chills. And we get up-close and personal with circus performers and cabaret singers in the Petite Palace.

FRIDAY, October 25: It’s a Dance Party Friday, and we’re shakin’ things up on the Victory plaza with Curvy Elite Dance Team and Curvy Queens of Dallas. You won’t believe what Unlikely Heroes has planned to celebrate modern day heroes who help free children from trafficking. Plus … we’re celebrating the sunniest Broadway star of them all with Fort Worth’s Casa Manana’s new production of Annie.