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We welcome John Rich of Big & Rich to the show to talk about his long-running music career. We chat about his new single “Progress”, his support of the military and veterans, and get his thoughts on current events including the state of country music radio in the United States.

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The National Defense Radio Show has been heard on more than a hundred radio stations across the United States and  the 400+ overseas Armed Forces Radio Networks around the globe. The Armed Forces Network reaches more than one million American service men and women, DOD, civilians, and their families on every military base, outpost and all ships at sea.

The weekly show has consisted of a combination of celebrity interviews, executive interviews, and discussions with political and news figures, delivering content that entertains, informs and supports those that serve and have served our country.   

The show is hosted by Randy Miller a 25 year broadcast veteran having hosted shows in Pittsburgh, Atlanta, San Diego, Cincinnati and Kansas City.  Randy is the recipient of multiple broadcasting awards including “Air Personality of the Year” from Billboard Magazine and the Radio Music Awards. 

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John Rich

We welcome John Rich of Big & Rich to the show to talk about his long-running music career. We chat about his new single “Progress”, his support of the military and veterans, and get his thoughts on current events including the state of country music radio in the United States.

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Porsha Grant

ABC-owned stations will air a one-hour special documenting the exploits and stories of this important story. We welcome Porsha Grant, Executive Producer of the project to talk about these little-known heroes. Randy and Porsha talk about why this story has NOT been heard about nearly to the degree of a group like the Tuskegee Airmen, what it took to get these stories out, and why it’s important for 21st Century audiences to know about them now.

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Bill Gardell

We welcome Billy Gardell, comedian and actor and star of Mike and Molly as well as Bob Wheeler in the CBS sitcom series Bob Hearts Abishola. Randy and Billy discuss Pittsburgh, Billy’s enormous weight loss journey, as well as some stories of his time entertaining military members on installations as well as his work with Wounded Warrior Project.
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Charles Brandt

We welcome the NY Times best-selling author of I Heard You Paint Houses/The Irishman, Charles Brandt to the program to talk about his fascinating new book about the JFK assassination: Suppressing the Truth in Dallas: Conspiracy, Cover-Up, and International Complications in the JFK Assassination Case.
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Iuliia Mendel

Iuliia Mendel is a Ukrainian journalist and political advisor. She was the press secretary in the administration of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and she has written a new book “The Fight of Our Lives: My Time with Zelenskyy, Ukraine’s Battle for Democracy, and What It Means for the World.” Iuliia and Randy talk about the launch of her career and her professional relationship with Zelenskyy, and reflects on his past challenges as well as the current crisis fending off Russian invasion.
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David Paich

We welcome one of the driving forces behind 1980s pop-icon, Toto — David Paich. David and Randy talk about the work that Toto compiled over the years, as well as all the other performers that David worked with. Randy highlights David’s new solo album “Forgotten Toys” as well.
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Taran Killum

We welcome Saturday Night Live Alumnus, Taran Killum, to the show to talk about his career, his love of football, and his exciting new turn as host of Amazon Prime’s “The Pile On:” a weekly show that features the highlights (and lowlights) of each week of the NFL season.
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Frank Siller

We welcome back Frank Siller, the brother of New York Firefighter Stephen Siller, who established the Tunnel to Towers Foundation to honor the memory of Frank who died running into the World Trade Center. Randy and Frank talk about the most recent anniversary of 9/11, as well as what the Tunnel to Towers Foundation does to support first responders and those whose health was affected in the aftermath of the cleanup efforts at Ground Zero.
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