Minute With Mitch

Minute With Mitch

From entertainment to politics to news, Mitch Carr brings the latest from some of the biggest names around.
  • Friday, October 21st
  • Mitch with Taylor Hicks

    Mitch with Taylor Hicks
  • Thursday, October 20th
  • Mitch with Hannah Cheney, US News and World Report/Travel Editor

    Mitch with Hannah Cheney, US News and World Report/Travel Editor
  • Tuesday, October 18th
  • Clint Emerson

    Former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson's new book is called "100 Deadly Skills-Survival Edition"
  • Thursday, October 6th
  • Charles Kupfer, Penn State/American Studies Prof

    Penn State professor Charles Kupfer talks about the recent rash of clown-related threats and social media hysteria.
  • Former Astronaut Mike Massimino

    Mike Massimino flew on two NASA Space Shuttle missions and has appeared on "The Big Bang Theory"....and his new book is called "SPACEMAN"
  • Tuesday, October 4th
  • Joan Embrey

    Joan Embrey talks about her days on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson while at the San Diego Zoo
  • Monday, October 3rd
  • Mitch with former Senator Elizabeth Dole

    Mitch with former Senator Elizabeth Dole
  • Friday, September 9th
  • Margot Lee Shetterly

    Margot Lee Shetterly's book and the upcoming movie "Hidden Figures" are all about some very special NASA mathematicians.
  • Monday, August 8th
  • Pam Fischer

    Pam Fischer at the Governors Highway Safety Administration says drowsy driving is a major safety hazard.
  • Friday, August 5th
  • Jack Brewer, U.N. Ambassador for Peace and Sport

    With the recent violence and the police-civilian confrontations in recent months, former NFL player Jack Brewer, who serves as the U.N.'s Ambassador for Peace and Sport,  is pushing a program called STAND 2 PROTECT
  • Tuesday, August 2nd
  • Bobby Kimbrough Jr.

    Bobby Kimbrough Jr. talks about the tension between law enforcement and civilians. He is a retired Senior Special Agent with the Justice Department---and author of a new book "SURVIVING THE STOP"
  • Monday, August 1st
  • Kristen Beth Williams

    A North Texas actor makes it to the Great White Way! Kristen Beth Williams is now on tour with the 2014 Tony Award® winning A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER!
  • Wednesday, June 29th
  • Mark Altman

    Mark Altman talks about the new 'unauthorized' STAR TREK book "The Fifty Year Mission: The First 25 Years"
  • Wednesday, June 22nd
  • Mitch with Peter Tork

    Peter Tork of The Monkees talks about coming to Dallas on June 28th at the ATTPAC
  • Wednesday, June 8th
  • Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming's at the AT&T PAC June 24th. He's had quite a career, but he's also been involved in the Scottish independence movement....and worries about Donald Trump, too.
  • Friday, June 3rd
  • Brooke Quintana is Belle in "Beauty and the Beast, June 22-26 at AT&T PAC in Dallas

    A Minute With Mitch Carr, 1080 KRLD
  • Wednesday, May 18th
  • Pieter Tans with NOAA

    Earth's heat is stuck on high..and it's affecting plants, animals and the oceans. Pieter Tans is with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He's NOAA's top greenhouse gas scientist.
  • UT-Austin's Jennifer Duthie on Smart City Challenge.

    Austin is in the running to take part in the federal Smart City Challenge. UT-Austin's Jennifer Duthie is working on the issue
  • The Federal Trade Commission's Bikram Bandy

     Bandy is Coordinator of the National DO NOT CALL PROGRAM
  • Tuesday, May 10th
  • Randy Harrison

    CABARET takes the stage May 25-June 5, 2016 at the AT&T PAC in Dallas. Randy Harrison is the Emcee
  • Wednesday, May 4th
  • Clint Hill

    Secret Service legend Clint Hill's new book is "FIVE PRESIDENTS"
  • Chris Stuckmann

     Stuckmann's first book is called "THE FILM BUFF'S BUCKET LIST: The 50 movies of the 2000s to see before you die"
  • Thursday, April 21st
  • Wayne Pacelle

    Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States, has a new book "The Humane Economy"
  • Dr. David Kessler

    Former FDA Commissioner Dr. David Kessler's new book is called CAPTURE: Unraveling the Mystery of Mental Suffering.
  • Wednesday, April 20th
  • Ford Cochran

    National Geographic's Ford Cochran talks about the 100th anniversary of the National Park system, and two new books, too!
  • Tom Jones

    Former NASA Astronaut Tom Jones' new book is called Ask the Astronaut
  • Friday, April 8th
  • Mitch with Jeff Halstead, former FWPD chief

    Former Ft. Worth police chief Jeff Halstead now heads up HOPE4BLUE.ORG
  • Wednesday, March 30th
  • Kevin Dutton

    Kevin Dutton at Oxford University talks about "What Research Says about Defeating Terrorism" now in Scientific American MIND.
  • Friday, March 25th
  • Dr. Larry McKinney

    The Gulf of Mexico is being graded by scientists at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...including Dr. Larry McKinney at the Harte Research Institute.
  • Thursday, March 24th
  • Daniel Raven-Ellison

    Daniel Raven-Ellison talks about the "Mission Rescue" book series from National Geographic Kids.
  • Becky Baines

    Becky Baines talks about National Geographic KIDS latest offering, "100 Things To Know Before You Grow Up."
  • Tuesday, March 15th
  • Susan Hoff

    Mitch with Susan Hoff, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
  • Friday, March 4th
  • Mitch with Texas Transportation Commissioner Victor Vandergriff

    Texas Transportation Commissioner Victor Vandergriff Commission talks about how state money is spent on transportation projects statewide.
  • Thursday, February 25th
  • Jonathan Alderfer

    Jonathan Alderfer talks about the latest offering from National Geographic KIDS "Birds"
  • Tuesday, February 23rd
  • New York Times critic A.O. Scott

    New York Times critic A.O. Scott talks about critical thinking and his new book "Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth"
  • Tuesday, February 16th
  • David McCallum

    David McCallum is "Ducky" , "Ilya", "Dispersal" and now the author of "Once A Crooked Man"
  • Wednesday, February 10th
  • Ricardo Baca

    The Denver Post's first-ever Marijuana editor Ricardo Baca is the subject of a new film "Rolling Papers"
  • Dr. Tieraona Low Dog

    Dr. Tieraona Low Dog's new book is called 'Fortify Your Life: Your Guide to Vitamins, Minerals, and More'
  • Tuesday, February 9th
  • Alex Berezow, Real Clear

    Alex Berezow at talks about wiping out the deadly mosquitos.
  • Jerry Alexander, President/Dallas Bar Association

    Dallas Bar Association President Jerry Alexander talks about the "Equal Access to Justice Campaign."
  • Wednesday, January 27th
  • Louie Bond

    What's going on in Texas during February? LOUIE BOND has some early suggestions...
  • Tuesday, January 26th
  • Mitch with Craig Tomashoff

    Craig Tomashoff has a new book called "The CAN'T-IDATES" about people you don't know who are running for President
  • Craig Tomashoff

    Craig Tomashoff has a new book called "The CAN'T-IDATES" about people you don't know who are running for President
  • Friday, January 22nd
  • Marty Allen

    Legendary comedian Marty Allen is turning 94 in March, and still on the comedy circuit!
  • Wednesday, January 20th
  • Anson Williams

    Anson Williams, director, producer and always known as 'Potsie' from Happy Days, now has The Perfect Portion Cookbook.
  • Thursday, January 14th
  • Peter Schoenke

    Peter Schoenke, chairman of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, talks about Draft Kings and Fan Duel, and more.
  • Eric Bogosian

    Actor/writer Eric Bogosian is coming to Dallas' AT&T PAC in February.
  • Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015
  • Mitch with Kostya Kennedy

    Kostya Kennedy is the editor of SUPER BOWL GOLD: 50 Years of the Big Game.
  • Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
  • Conversation About President George H.W. Bush

    Conversation About President George H.W. Bush
  • Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
  • Becky Baines

    Becky Baines talks about the latest offering from National Geographic Kids called "WHY: More than 1,111 Answers to Everything".
  • Uncle John

    "Uncle John" talks about his latest FACTASTIC Bathroom Reader...and a dumb joke, too.
  • Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
  • Kim Heacox

    Former Park Ranger Kim Heacox talks about a new National Geographic book " The National Parks: An Illustrated History" marking 100 years of the National Park Service.
  • Thursday, November 19th, 2015
  • Bill Hardekopf

    Bill Hardekopf's at and talks about the slow movement toward "chip" credit cards
  • Friday, November 13th, 2015
  • David Noyes

    Award-winning photo-journalist David Noyes' new book is 'The Photographing Tourist: A Storytellers Guide to Travel and Photography'
  • Jodi Wheeler-Toppen

    National Geographic Kids' Jodi Wheeler-Toppen talks about the new book "Edible Science"
  • Dr. Karl Gebhardt

    University of Texas Astronomer Dr. Karl Gebhardt talks about the Giant Magellan Telescope project.
  • Monday, November 9th, 2015
  • Gray Levy

    Gray Levy's new book is called 'BIG AND BRIGHT: Deep in the Heart of Texas High School Football'.
  • Thursday, October 29th, 2015
  • Tom Spencer

    Tom Spencer of Texas A&M Forest Service on the 157,000 Texas wildfires in nine years! 80% within two miles of a community!
  • Norman Lear

    The legendary Norman Lear's new autobiography is called "Even This I Get To Experience"
  • Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
  • Mitch with Adam is "DEVOTION"

    The Korean Conflict is often called the forgotten war---but Adam Makos remembers in his new book "DEVOTION"

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