Nick Gillespie caught up with Mike Rowe in Nashville, Tennessee to chat.
Mike dropped by the WBAL studios to join the Derek Hunter Show and discussed his favorite (and most memorable) ‘Dirty Jobs’, his new podcast and love for storytelling, and his upcoming event at the Lyric Opera House
Good Morning America asked Mike to weigh in, because Mike had something to say to Jimmie…
A woman named Lisa who writes for Town Hall called my office and asked if I’d be willing to answer a few questions.
For years, America knew Mike Rowe as the guy who would willingly do all the gross and disgusting jobs they never knew existed or didn’t want to think about.
Recently Mike was interviewed by Brandon Morse of RedState.com.
Recently Sam Becker interviewed Mike about his new podcast, “The Way I Heard It” and the importance of the skilled trades.
Ask Me Another traveled to Orlando where they talked to Mike about his unique career path, later Mike put his QVC skills to the test in a game about hawking unusual items. He pretended to sell all kind of strange things, from historical documents to major sporting trophies. NPR – Ask Me Another
Mike joined Armstrong and Getty this morning – have a listen. KGO Radio – Armstrong & Getty
Mike Rowe (@mikeroweworks) is perhaps the best storyteller and pitchman I’ve ever had on the show.
Mike joined discussing his possible VP nod, his definition for hard work and his Podcast “The Way I Heard It.”
A few weeks ago, former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe posted the plan for his appearance at the Paramount Theatre on Feb. 20.
This just in: Baltimore native Mike Rowe, he of “Dirty Jobs” and “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” fame, is not a suspect in a Medford, Ore., bank robbery.
“Somebody’s Gotta Do It” and “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe a bank robber?
by Deborah Hastings Inside Edition Bank robbery is a really dirty business, but Mike Rowe wants you to know that he most certainly did not pull that heist in Oregon. The television host bears more than a slight resemblance to a stick-up artist who knocked over the Chase bank in Medford on Monday afternoon. After police posted surveillance video of baseball-cap-wearing bandit, the Internet lit up with posters noting the wanted guy looked an awful lot like the well-known former host of the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” series. (Inside Edition)