Leslie Keane is the author of Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for an Afterlife. Leslie joined John Carney to talk about what she found while reaching for this book.
John Carney and Josh Gilbert talk about what to do with all the family heirlooms you are keeping in light of John Carney’s upcoming move and the fact that kids now-a-days do not care about these things. John and Josh also took some listener calls for advice and support.
Timothy Winkle, curator for Smithsonian Institution, joined John Carney on the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scout Cookies to talk about them.
Jay Kanzler, attorney for Ferguson Market & Liquor, joined John Carney to dispute the claims made in the new Mike Brown documentary about what happened in the store.
Comedian Paul Provenza joined John Carney to talk about his new documentary “Dying Laughing” in which he talks about the art of stand-up comedy.
Allison Schrager, economist and reporter at Quartz, joined John Carney to talk about her plan to end Daylight Savings.
Congressman John Shimkus joined John Carney to talk about the new Healthcare Bill presented by the Republicans. Congressman Shimkus also talked about President Donald Trump becoming president.
Comedian, Henry Phillips, joined John Carney to talk about his new movie “Punching Henry.”
Ali Velshi, business correspondent for MSNBC, joined John Carney to talk about why the Republican’s health care plan is awful for the american people.
Paula Poundstone is most famous for her work on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me. Paula joined John Carney to talk about her upcoming performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall on March 25th.