Dr. Victor Sung(Director of UAB’s Huntington’s Disease Clinic) joined the conversation with Dave Hughes on The JT Show to break down Huntington’s Disease in honor of May being Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month. He touches on the symptoms of the disease, how it is often perceived, and what you can do to support those living with … Continue reading “Dr. Victor Sung on @TheJTShow”
Before the age of 22, Jasmine Murray had curated quite a resume: Finalist on “American Idol.” Miss Mississippi title. Top 10 Miss America. Appearances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Live! With Regis & Kelly.” Today, Jasmine continues to shine her light as a Christian Artist and spreads a message of defying fear and anxiety … Continue reading “VOTE for Mississippi Christian Artist”
It’s a debate that has swept the social media world – Yanny vs. Laurel – and it’s grown to the point where it is the number one most talked about thing on social media. We play you a clip of audio and you have to decide whether you hear the world “Laurel” or “Yanny.” Some … Continue reading “Matt Wyatt and Richard Cross take on the “Yanny vs Laurel” debate”
There was a controversial call in last night’s Braves/Cubs game that potentially decided the game. Matt and Richard explain what the play was and why they think the umpires got it wrong despite replay evidence.
Thursday on “In a Mississippi Minute with Steve Azar” on SuperTalk Mississippi – Terry Ahola. Terry is a former member of the US Ski Team and was inducted into the Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame in Michigan, his home state. Join us for a “Mississippi minute” as Terry shares his incredible journey – 1-2pm … Continue reading “Terry Ahola joins @SteveAzar for a “Mississippi Minute””
Wendell Willams, Trail Life USA in Mississippi, joined the conversation to explain how and when Trail Life USA got started and to break down the Christ-centered scouting that they provide for young men. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Ken Winter(Executive Director – Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police) joined the conversation to discuss National Police Week and the events being held to honor fallen peace officers. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –
Senator Michael Watson(Mississippi Senate – District 51) jumped into the discussion on the JT Show with Dave Hughes to explain why he signed on with Chairman Charles Busby’s letters concerning abuse of a special needs student and to break down what he hopes will be accomplished by his involvement on the matter. If you missed … Continue reading “Senator Michael Watson on @TheJTShow”
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 Scheduled Guests 10:05 – Ken Winter(Executive Director – Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police) will join the discussion and talk with JT about National Police Week and the candle-lit vigil they held in honor of fallen officers. 12:05 – Wendell Williams(Pointman for Trail Life USA in Mississippi) will join the discussion to talk about … Continue reading “Wednesday on @TheJTShow”
Walking on to the stage, prepared to perform a dance routine that had been rehearsed hundreds of times, Allie Allen experienced an odd sensation that stopped her in her tracks and would change her life’s course. At the tender age of 13, Allie Allen was diagnosed with a high grade, brain cancer and instantly became … Continue reading “Dancer with Cancer”
The guys discuss the games to watch for in the opening weekend of college football (only 109 days left!), talk to Representative Scott Delano about the impacts of sports gambling in Mississippi, get Billy Brewer stories from former Ole Miss QB John Darnell, and look at the latest baseball regional projections
Former Rebel QB who played under the late Billy Brewer stopped by the studio to talk about the life of coach Brewer.