In The Way I Heard It, Mike Rowe gives a different take on a variety of topics—from pop culture to politics, history to Hollywood, each mystery is a trueish tale about someone you know, filled with facts that you don’t. Delivered with Mike’s signature blend of charm, wit, and ingenuity, these stories are part of a larger mosaic—full of surprising revelations, sharp observations, and intimate, behind-the-scenes moments drawn from Mike’s own life and career.
I Don't Want to Recover From This
A show about nothing, a guy named Jerry, and the audition that changed television. Followed by a very funny conversation with Enrico Colantoni, one of the few actors to be a series regular every week for the last 20 years.
Tim Allen Lives on a Runway
Mike has a most enlightening chat with his TV Big Brother, the one and only Tim Allen, who still seems a little incredulous that Mike didn’t return to Last Man Standing to finish what he started. As for why Tim now lives on the runway of an airport, well, that’s a bit of a mystery...
The Duck of Justice Flies Again
Mike chats with Tim Cotton, the famous cop who saved a stuffed bird from the trash heap and went on to write a couple of bestselling books.
The Beard is Getting Itchy
The true story of the most important novel ever written, and a conversation with the filmmaker who tried to put it on the big screen.
The Human Calculator is on a Mission
The Human Calculator, Scott Flansburg stops by to demonstrate his Guinness world-record abilities, introduce Mike to a better calendar, and explain why he is determined to uncover the real story of how basketball was invented.
OCCASIONALLY – A Chat with Gary Sinise on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11
Mike sits down with his “professional big brother,” to discuss the relevance of 9/11, twenty years after the attack on America.
Mike Rowe does an incredible job of providing history, fun facts, as well as insight into interesting people and events in such a well thought out fashion. Love to listen to that voice as well as pick up on a few good vocabulary words every time.
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From a retired cop
I absolutely Love Mike Rowe and his guests. Wow, I enjoy binge listening to the past episodes and look forward to each new one.
His wit, fantastic vocabulary and voice are amazing. I have always been a fan from the times he spent with Deadliest Catch and Dirty Jobs…but this is certainly the next level.
He should be very proud of himself. I know his parents are.
Good Job Mr Mike. I have purchased both Tim Cotton books and am now following your mom on FB.
Like I didn’t have anything else to do in my life. But this is worth it. And I am making the time.
God Bless You!