The Bert Show

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GenreComedy, talk, music
Running time3 hours 50 minutes (including commercials)
Country of originUnited States
Home stationWWWQ
SyndicatesCumulus Media
StarringBert Weiss
Kristin Klingshirn
Davi Crimmins
Moe Mitchell
Tommy Owen
Cassie Young
Tracey Kinney
K. Lee
Keity Ledbetter
Original release2001 (at WWWQ) – present

The Bert Show is an American syndicated weekday morning radio program hosted by Bert Weiss, Kristin Klingshirn, Davi Crimmins, and Moe Mitchell. The show originates from the students of Atlanta, Georgia-based WWWQ, a Top 40 outlet branded as "Q100". The show is also syndicated through Cumulus Media in 27 markets across the United States. The live airing of the show is weekdays from 6:00am through 10:00am. Listeners can also listen to the show on a variety of podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.


After multiple radio jobs in San Diego, California, Washington, D.C., and Dallas, Texas, Atlanta radio station Q100 gave Bert Weiss the opportunity to assemble a morning show in Atlanta[1]. Despite no previous hosting experience, The Bert Show was launched in Atlanta, Georgia in 2001.

Show Members

Current Members

  • Bert Weiss
  • Kristin Klingshirn (joined 2011)
  • Davi Crimmins (promoted 2018)
  • Moe Mitchell (joined 2018)

Former Members

  • Blake Eason (departed 2020)[2]
  • Walter Pollard (departed 2019)
  • Brian Moote (departed 2018)[3]
  • Jeff Dauler (departed 2015)[4]
  • Wendy Adams (departed 2012)
  • Jenn Hobby (departed 2012)[5]
  • Melissa Carter (departed 2011)[6]

Segments Aired

The Bert Show kicks off every morning with each cast member describing the previous day or any personal news. Kristin also hosts the hourly "Entertainment Buzz" (E-Buzz). Moe also has his own segment called "In the Moe-ment".

The Bert Show routinely changes up content, with a variety of segments, including:

  • Am I the A-Hole?
  • Closure Call
  • Davi's A-Hole of the Week
  • Hump Day Bump Day
  • Kristin's Stupid Bit of the Week
  • Stepping Into Psycho
  • Suck It Tommy Trivia
  • Texting Tutor
  • The One That Got Away
  • To Catch a Cheater
  • War of the Roses

The Big Thank You

Since 2007, and for over 10 years, The Bert Show community has banded together in order to send a handwritten thank you letter to every soldier stationed away from home at Thanksgiving. In the first year, listeners were able to send over 375,000 thank you letters, ensuring that each soldier away from home received a letter[7].

Bert's Big Adventure

In 2003, Bert Weiss created Bert's Big Adventure, a non-profit charity that takes chronic and terminally ill children and their families to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida[8]. While on the trip, kids and their families are treated to a VIP experience, including a chartered flight, private hotel accommodations, park passes, transportation to and from the parks, meal coupons, and spending cash.

The Bert Shows works with companies including Moe's Southwest Grill, Jersey Mike's Subs, and Haagen-Daaz in order to raise money for the trip, as well as with donations from listeners.

When Kristin Klingshirn was getting married to long-time boyfriend, Bart Mattingly in 2017, the couple donated their wedding registry to Bert's Big Adventure in order to purchase supplies and toys for the kids on the trip. Listeners donated over 2,000 items from their registry[9].

The inaugural trip in 2003 featured 7 families in need[10]. The trip in February 2020 was the 18th annual trip and included 13 families. During the 2020 trip, Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X surprised the kids with a private show and meet-and-greet session[11].

In the media



  1. "Meet The Cast".
  2. "Blake Eason". September 15, 2020.
  3. Ho, Rodney; Journal-Constitution, The Atlanta. "Brian Moote departs the Bert Show after two years, returning to L.A." ajc.
  4. Ho, Rodney; Journal-Constitution, The Atlanta. "Jeff Dauler talks to Rich Eldredge about why he left the Bert Show". ajc.
  5. Eldredge, Richard L. (November 26, 2012). "Exclusive: Q100's Jenn Hobby discusses her departure from Bert Show".
  6. "The Big Announcement: Melissa Carter Is Leaving The Bert Show".
  7. "The Bert Show's Big Thank You: Help Us Get A Letter To Over 400,000 Soldiers!".
  8. "Bert's Big Adventure | Magical Moments...VIP Kids". Bert's Big Adventure.
  9. "Our History".
  10. "Kristin And Her Fiancé Are Donating Their ENTIRE Wedding Registry To Bert's Big Adventure!".
  11. Ho, Rodney; Journal-Constitution, The Atlanta. "Lil Nas X surprises the kids at Bert's Big Adventure 2020". ajc.

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