Gonzaga basketball coach Mark Few will be a weekly part of "The Mark Few Show" on KHQ this fall and winter (Photo: KHQ/SWX)
As Gonzaga's basketball season approaches, so does a brand new show to TV that highlights the Zags' famous head coach, Mark Few. Sunday marks the debut of "The Mark Few Show" on KHQ and SWX.
The weekly show will air Sundays at 6:30 on KHQ and Mondays at 7:30 on SWX. Greg Heister, the television voice of the Zags, will host the weekly program and get Few's first-hand perspective on his team, week in and week out.
Also highlighted on the weekly program will be Heister's sit-down interviews with members of the team, including Matt Bouldin, Steven Gray, and Demetri Goodson, along with newcomers Mangisto Arop, Sam Dower and Kelly Olynyk to name a few.
Heister and Few will also look back on the past decade of Gonzaga basketball, highlighting the moments that made the program what it is today - a basketball school that's risen above the mid-major label to become a perennial powerhouse.
The Mark Few Show will be an additional program apart from The Best Doggone Zags Show, which airs Sundays at 7 p.m. and Monday's at 7:30 p.m. on SWX only.
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