Good Morning with Dan Mitchell: Podcasts



Arnie Arnesen

Arnie talks about Cuba and North Korea during her weekly visit.


Links Fitness and Indoor Golf Simulators

Julie McNamee and Jim Cragg introduce listeners to their new business that offers a 24 hour gym and indoor golf simulators.


Robin Christopherson, Executive Director of MCVP

Robin Christopherson, Executive Director of MCVP, explains what they do and how donations to the monadnock United Way helps them.


Former CIA Agent, Jack Rice.

Former CIA Agent, Jack Rice, talks about the recently released senate report on torture on Open Mic with Dan Mitchell.


Local author, Allison Barrows

Local author, Allison Barrows introduces her new children’s book “Maynard May Not”.


Beyond Maplewood Coalition.

John Hoffman from the “Beyond Maplewood Coalition”, County Commissioner Tim Rogers and Commissioner elect, Chuck Weed update the listeners on a Proposed “New” County Nursing Home.


Arnie Arnesen

During her weekly visit, Arnie comments on the surprise vote for a new speaker of the house in New Hampshire.


Ruth Sterling, Pumpkin Festival Producer, calls Dan Mitchell’s Show.

Ruth Sterling, Pumpkin Festival Producer, calls Dan Mitchell’s Show. She infers that the planning for Pumpkin Festival 2015 is underway.


Mayor Kendall Lane

Mayor Kendall Lane joins Dan Mitchell to talk about the “Pumpkin Festival Forum, the future of the festival and other city related subjects.

APTOPIX Ferguson

Rich Kelsey Assistant Dean at George Mason University School of Law.

Rich Kelsey, Assistant Dean at George M.ason University School of Law speaks about Grand Juries and “Rule of Law” relative to the Ferguson MO riots and the Michael Brown case.

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