As Ed Sullivan would say, “We have a really big show!” Grab a cocktail, put your feet up, and get your funny on!
A movie cop goes berserk! A real life cop chills with chocolate treats! We catch the story behind the story with filmmaker Cory Bowles and Captain Sean Kelly from the Weehawken Police Department . And what’s with people jumping the line? Is civility dead or just on the lam?
Producer Nancy Wyatt spotted a statue that looked a little strange! Take a listen, check it out on Instagram @thegilesfilespix, and help us make some sense out of it.
Is the bromance between Donny and Vlad going through a rough patch? Who cares! We've got our own Russian comrade and he's got a few sweet tales of his own! And then a short conversation with the tall and seriously funny Judy Gold, a standup/sit-down/Emmy-winning media star. Plus a hit Broadway tune raps it all up.
Sirius XM host Pete Dominic wants his country back and Glenda Hill wants her Arkansas back - say what? Meanwhile, Trump is churning out a tweet-storm of loony proclamations. Sad! Plus: check me while I almost bid on a sexy '69 Hemi 'Cuda, with dual carbs and a 4-speed pistol-grip shift. All on our latest boffo episode of "The Giles Files
Dean Obeidallah is a comedian, essayist, Sirius XM talk show host, activist and co-producer of the documentary "The Muslims Are Coming". Dean shares his undercover mission and a beverage obsession! Meet the newest playwright on the scene, Faith Villanueva, and find out why candy matters. Then groove to our political parody scribed to White Rabbit.
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The story behind the story of my day at the Women's March in New York City, with producer Nancy Wyatt.
Did you know that the musical "Hello Dolly" left deep emotional scars on comedian Lewis Black? Or that MSNBC's Joy Reid is a coffee freak? Add a musical shout-out to President Barack Obama, and you've got another kick-ass edition of "The Giles Files".
Activist, author, and MSNBC contributor Ron Reagan talks to Nancy Giles about President-Elect Donald Trump and possible constitutional conflicts; Nancy's pal Eamon from Weehawken, NJ offers an eighth-grader's perspective on election 2016; a commentary on post-election depression; a song tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg; a chat about comedians and diminutive actors.