The authors of Brace For Impact: “Miracle on the Hudson” joined Martin and Randi to talk about the book and some of the stories from survivors. Beth McHugh, a survivor of that flight, also talked about her experience and life since that day.
Jeff Dye Talks About His New Television Show ‘Better Late Than Never’ – you know, that one with William Shatner, George Foreman, Terry Bradshaw and The Fonz
“Better Late Than Never” that show you saw all the promos for during NBC’s coverage of the Olympics, is finally on the air, and chatted with the comedian at the center of all those (aging) stars
Al Roker and Deborah Roberts joined Martin and Carney to talk about their upcoming event in St. Louis and their book, “Been There, Done That.”
Gail Buckland, author of “Who Shot Sports,” joined Martin to talk about different historical photos in sports.
Film Critic Max Foizey reviews The Light Between Oceans and Mechanic: Resurrection. Follow Max on Twitter @MaxOnMovies
What is Horse With No Name even about? The Carney Show talks to America founding member Gerry Beckley
Were the members of America on drugs when they wrote Horse With No Name? Carney had to ask…
Tim Ezell and Virginia Kerr stopped by to talk about there new TV show, The Thread. The show premieres September 10th on Fox 2. For more information about the show check out there Facebook page.
John McEuen taught Steve Martin how to play the banjo. He’s also fronted the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band for the past 50 years.
Carney Classic Flashback: Gene Wilder passed away at age 83. Hear the wonderfully rich conversation we had from 2006
One of our most favorite all-time interviews from the Archives. Just a shame the reason why we share it again today. “We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams”
Dan Kolde, Attorney for Beagle Freedom Project, joined Martin and Randi to talk about the lawsuit they filed against the University of Missouri surrounding a research project where they blinded beagles and then ended up killing them.