Dallas Brooks, the Director of RASPET Flight Research Lab at Mississippi State and the Associate Director for Research of the ASSURE FAA UAS Center of Excellence, stopped by the JT Show to talk about his work with drones for the last 15 years and what they are doing at RASPET to solve some of the … Continue reading “Dallas Brooks talking Drones!”
John Hardy, an Aquarist from the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, stopped by the studio to talk to JT about snakes and how to be safe with snakes in the great Mississippi Outdoors, but he brought along some reptilian buddies with him, including an Eastern Indigo snake and a juvenile Mississippi Alligator! JT even tricked … Continue reading “John Hardy Brought Some Critters to the Studio”
Jay Timmons(Head of the National Association of Manufacturers) and Jay Moon(President and CEO of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association) joined the conversation to give their unique perspectives on the UAW union vote taking place at the Nissan plant in Canton.
Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork and Interim Head Coach Matt Luke made their way to the Neshoba County Fair, and they stopped by to chat with JT on the JT Show! JT asked them about rumors surrounding the coaching search, and Matt Luke offered up how he’ll use what he’s learned from many different … Continue reading “Ross Bjork and Matt Luke stop by the JT Show”
JT sat down with Sarah Davis, the Chief Ranger for The Natchez Trace Parkway, to discuss bicycle safety on the federal parkway and to answer some questions JT had about parkway rules and regulations. If you missed the conversation with Chief Ranger Davis, you can find it below!
David McGee, the publisher of “The Oxford Eagle”, joined the conversation to give his personal perspective on the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic in the Magnolia State. David has experienced tremendous loss, and a big reason for the pain and suffering his family endured is due to opioid addiction. David’s son William was freshman at Ole … Continue reading “David Magee from The Oxford Eagle”
JT talked to Dr. Bill James from the Catfish Institute about the dangers faced when you eat imported catfish and some of the reasons you should always eat U.S. Farm Raised Catfish. It has gotten so bad in Vietnam that even public health officials over there have questioned the safety of their fish, yet tons … Continue reading “Dr. Bill James from the Catfish Institute”
At Supertalk, our Program Director Will East is pretty much in charge of everything that goes out over the air in one way or another, and today a plan that he has been working on for over a month came together to allow him to propose to his longtime girlfriend, Kari, LIVE on the air! … Continue reading “Wedding Bells on the JT Show”
The Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann stopped by the studio to discuss an odd request for voter information that he rejected by saying “they can go jump in the Gulf”. That response gained some traction in the news because it appeared that the MS Sec of State was fighting back against President Trump’s administration, … Continue reading “Sec of State Delbert Hosemann explains “Jump in the Gulf””
JT from the JT Show stopped by Good Things to discuss how he cooks steaks, to prepare you for the Independence Day festivities! Rebecca barely had to say a word before JT started rolling on his steak cooking tips, and once he got going, it was tough for Rebecca to get a word in edge-wise! … Continue reading “JT Show, Good Things, and Steak”
Capt. Johnny Polous of the Mississippi Highway Department stopped by the studio to give his insight on how to stay safe on Mississippi roads this holiday weekend. With a potentially record-breaking number of motorists on the road for the Independence Day weekend, law enforcement will be out in force with their newest safety campaign, “Get … Continue reading “Capt. Johnny Polous on Holiday Highway Safety”
Representative Andy Gipson (Chairman of the Judiciary B Committee – Mississippi House of Representatives) stopped by the studio to break down the facts pertaining to HB1523, after the controversial law was upheld by a Federal Court late last week. Chairman Gipson runs down a list of several states have laws similar to HB1523, and he talks … Continue reading “Rep. Andy Gipson clarifies HB1523”