2017 Year in Review: Ep. 66

Mike’s buddy Rudner returns for the second annual #JanelaShow Awards, recapping all of 2017. There’s hardware for everything from Movie of the Year and Most WTF Moment (2017 had a lot!) to Rookie of the Year, Biggest Bust and, of course, the MVP of 2017. We promise it’s the only podcast to hit Donald Trump, MoviePass, Cardi B and Jose Altuve all in the same episode.

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Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.

FanRag’s Jesse Spector (Pt. 2): Ep. 63

In part two of a two-part episode, sportswriter Jesse Spector chats about “sticking to sports:” why he’s so politically vocal on Twitter, if he’s afraid an outlet wouldn’t hire him because he’s so outspoken, and the double standard of certain sports media members not touching politics at all.

Plus, the Fun 5! Including: which athlete would he most want to see make a run in the WWE?

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Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.

Checking in on the Class of 2017: Ep. 52

What are the biggest fears of this year’s college graduates? What does the Class of ’17 think of Donald Trump? Do college kids use Tinder? I asked my cousin John Richard, who graduated this week, to give me a look into the next generation.

Plus find out what alcohol college kids are drinking these days, which social media they use the most and least, and “the biggest lie” their generation was told.

John keeps his social media life private – smart! – but you can follow me on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat.

Make sure to download, review, and subscribe to the pod on iTunes right here, in the Google Play store, or to listen on Stitcher!

Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.