The Martin Kilcoyne Show - Weekdays 10AM to 1PM CST

MartinColorThe show features big name guests, mixed in with local topics, and lively conversation. Martin is joined by FOX-2’s Randi Naughton from 10am-noon Monday-Thursday. Martin brags that the show will have a very St. Louis vibe. That may include a random reference to Velvet Freeze or Eddie Gaedel. Martin will also touch on the big sports topics of the day calling on his night-time job as Sports Director at FOX-2 (KTVI-TV). But it’s not a sports show. Regular segments include; Joe Holleman from the Post-Dispatch, TickedOff Tuesday, CNN’s Don Lemon, Drive-Thru Wednesday, Fun Facts, Joe Williams from the Post-Dispatch, Friday Rewind and the Weekend Update… and of course… The Kilcoyne Opinion.

More about Martin Kilcoyne

Martin grew up in Glendale and went to CBC High School. He graduated from Marquette Univesity. Martin is a 5-time Emmy Award winner for his television work. He most recently hosted a radio show at 590 The Fan (KFNS-AM). Martin’s television career has included stops in Flagstaff, Arizona (KNAZ-TV), Rhinelander, Wisconsin (WJFW-TV), and Madison, Wisconsin (WISC-TV).

Randi Naughton


Randi joins Martin from 10a.m. to noon every Monday through Thursday to discuss all things in the news.

In 1992, Randi began her career in St. Louis at KTVI as a Sports Reporter and was quickly named Weekend Sports Anchor shortly afterwards. During Randi’s time at KTVI she covered the Blues during the Hull, Keenan, Gretzky era, the Cardinals during Mark McGwire’s Home Run Race, and the Rams from their arrival in St. Louis to two Super Bowl appearances.

In 1999, Randi found her new home at FOX 2 News in the Morning. In addition to anchoring the morning news, Randi also contributes to Contact 2, Fit on FOX, Missouri Lawyers Weekly, FOX Files reports, Rams Pre-season football, and the American Idol Finals.

Fun Facts:

Randi grew up in Niagara Falls, New York with her 6 siblings.

Randi is also very active in various charitable organizations and is proud to contribute her time as an emcee or host for many charitable events.