The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

The Scribble podcast

Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley heads into podcasting with this weekly download featuring celebrity guests, funny stories and entertaining chatter. The name of the program comes from the idea that sometimes the creative process includes scribbling down random ideas before you can make sense of anything. That's exactly what JB is doing every week on The Scribble.

All Episodes

She's written a series of letters to her son and Jedediah Bila joins Jeremy Bradley to talk about the book that came of the project. The former The View co-host talks about life's lessons and why she penned such personal messages to her two-year-old in the book, Dear Hartley. Moreover, why were the letters published in book form for the world to see? Plus, what life lessons would Jedediah wanted to have known in the moment and which ones as an adult? Later, Jedediah had a combative appearance on The View when she returned as a guest to promote the book. Was she ambushed with questions about vaccines? Also, has Jedediah spoken with any of her former co-host "friends" since the segment?

Nov 26

29 min 59 sec

It's usually only once news anchors retire that we get all the juicy behind-the-scenes stories about the broadcast world. Which politicians were jerks? Who was the worst person to interview? Jeremy Bradley pokes for answers from legendary CBC News anchor, Peter Mansbridge, while discussing the new book, Off the Record. Peter recounts his journalism career and the highs and lows of the business. Later, JB talks about his early interests in news and the first event he "covered" and when he realized he was hooked. Over 18 years later, JB is still a newspaper columnist. 

Nov 19

29 min 59 sec

It made international headlines that "Judge Judy" wasn't taking her on-screen sidekick to her new streaming show. How does her former TV bailiff, Petri Hawkins-Byrd, feel about being snubbed by the most-famous woman in daytime TV? Petri and his wife, Makita, chat with Jeremy Bradley about what happened after Judy Sheindlin's show left CBS and went streaming, rebranded as Judy Justice. How do Petri and Makita, who was a producer on Judge Judy, feel about the new show? Petri talks about what happened in the so-called failed contract negotiations, but does he feel it was really about money as Judy allegedly told him? Are there hard feelings between the two and Judy after all this went down? Moreover, would they work for the famous TV judge again? Plus, how has the couple rebounded after the snub?  It's all talked about on the show this week!

Nov 12

29 min 59 sec

Jeremy Bradley once again dials up radio producer, Suzanne Howler, to discuss random topics from their lives. JB reveals that his mom is a stalker. She's circling and surveilling JB's grandma's house and property after it was recently sold following her death. Worse yet, she's poking around the new owner's life and chatting with the neighbors to see what's going on. Also, she's taking photos of the property and complaining to family about what's happening at the house. But, it's the new owner's business what he does so what is it her concern? Suzanne, as a mom, chimes in to share her thoughts. Later, when someone comes to you and says they're having substantial cosmetic surgery, do you mind your own business or give your opinion? Finally, if you have a detailed dream, do you connect the dots and see if it relates to something in your everyday life? (The first part of their chat is Episode 347.)

Nov 5

29 min 59 sec

In a time when there's such a push for people to be accepted for who they are, it brings to discussion the contradiction of people focusing so much on their looks. Jeremy Bradley chimes in on beauty trends, such as super-long eyelashes. They look incredibly fake so what is the point? JB discusses the argument of women being judged on their looks yet complain they're sexualized because of their appearance. Can people have it both ways? Later, is JB's mom stalking the guy who bought his grandma's house? Mom is up to some pretty creepy things after selling her childhood home. Is there reason to be concerned? Plus, another Ask JB segment where a listener questions the actions of a company interviewing for a job.

Oct 29

29 min 59 sec

Dragons' Den returned to CBC this week and Jeremy Bradley wanted to get to know the latest cast member... so he called him! JB chats with Wes Hall about joining the cast of millionaires. Wes shares his initial thoughts about them and what it was like to be part of the show. Also, Wes talks about the types of investments he was advised to stay away from. Plus, JB calls radio and podcast producer, Suzanne, for thoughts on a story that was trending on social media. How would you react to getting a bill from the couple whose wedding you missed? JB recaps a story that hit the news where people who replied yes to attending were a no show. Would you pay up? Is that friendship over? JB and Suzanne discuss the story. 

Oct 22

29 min 59 sec

Rainy days and Mondays always get some people down but Jeremy Bradley makes it his mission to be incredibly lazy during those times. JB talks about his unproductive week, lounging in a bathrobe, going to the spa and having food delivered. Later, students learn so much in school but how much of it is retained in adulthood? Better yet, how much of that knowledge is ever used outside of school? JB chimes in on the areas he feels were a waste of time. Plus, dating apps seem to be a must-have for singles nowadays, but if your profile makes you look like an idiot, you're certainly not doing yourself any favors. JB gives his critique on dating profiles.

Oct 15

29 min 59 sec

Did you survive the great Facebook and Instagram outage of 2021? Jeremy Bradley comments on the ridiculousness of people feeling lost because their social media pages were unavailable for six hours on Monday. Plus, JB has no sympathy for the companies that were affected by the crash because he says companies shouldn't rely solely on one platform or outlet for their business strategy. Later, Shark Tank returns tonight on ABC. Kevin O'Leary is back to talk about the new season and what he looks for in a potential investment and business opportunity.  Also, what's the one type of pitch Kevin never, ever, ever wants to hear again? JB asked and got the answer! 

Oct 8

29 min 59 sec

It's been one year since Jeremy Bradley's dog died but it almost seems like the pet is a distant memory already. JB has regrets that he doesn't remember certain details about the dog's nine-year life. Once they're gone, are pets easily forgotten? This segues into a discussion about friendships and how people grow distant but for no particular reason. JB talks about reconnecting with people and wondering why they lost touch in the first place. Later, another Ask JB segment where our fearless host gives his opinion on a listener email about relationships and someone's friend cheating on a dating app. 

Oct 1

29 min 59 sec

Legendary recording artist, Jann Arden, joins Jeremy Bradley to talk about the return of her hit sitcom on CTV. JB starts with a hard-hitting question: As an actor, how did you prepare to play a recording artist on this show? Plus, was it really Jann indoor skydiving for a hilarious scene on the show or was it a stunt double swirling in the air? Also, did Jann order anything crazy online during the pandemic? And, has Jann ever just hopped onto the counter and started dancing to have a good time? (You have to see the show to understand all these references.) Later, JB shares creative ways to save and spend when it comes to grocery shopping and ordering food through apps.

Sep 24

29 min 59 sec

Relationship and porn chatter on the show this week. When relationship trouble strikes, is it something that should play out on social media or is a couple better served by keeping those details private? Jeremy Bradley chimes in (again) on people oversharing about their relationships on online platforms. JB follows one person and regularly tunes in to see what the person is bitching about in their troubled relationships. Later, an Ask JB segment about spotting someone you know in porn. Is it awkward or kind of hot? Plus, the conversation topics merge at the end of the show when relationships and porn are brought into the mix and there's discussion about the two together.

Sep 17

29 min 59 sec

Jeremy Bradley takes a moment to recognize the 20th anniversary of 9/11, commenting about how everyone has repeatedly shared their "where were you?" story and it never seems to get old.  Plus, All-4-One is back on tour... and part of your favorite video game. JB checks in with the music group to get the latest from the band. Later, executive producer, Bonnie Winters, talks about sex and parenting. Who should be teaching kids about the birds and the bees: Teachers or parents? 

Sep 10

29 min 59 sec

Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters discuss tipping and who deserves it and who should just do the job for what it pays. Is tipping getting out of hand? At the fast-food counter, the coffee shop, the food delivery app, the grocery shopping app, at the hairdresser. Bonnie is very specific about who gets extra money when she pays the bill. You might disagree with her style! Also, when it comes to customer service, have you ever complained for the sake of getting a discount or something free? Bonnie talks about chocolate bar drama from decades ago. Later, when parents decide on a name for their child, is it what the kid "looks" like or is it just a name that the parents like? Grandma Bonnie has her thoughts. Bringing the controversial discussion to a close, JB questions Bonnie on the newly used terms "they/them" when describing people. Should schools teach kids to avoid he/she and use they/them? Is Bonnie right in her opinion or just, well, old school?

Sep 3

29 min 59 sec

Jeremy Bradley has lots of interactions with listeners and sometimes they want his advice. Seemingly with an opinion on every topic, JB chimes in and always speaks from the gut -- whether that hurts others or not! This week, JB responds to some questions about strained relationships. What do you tell a friend whose business failed because of their own actions, yet blames everyone else for it going under? And, if someone threatens to share your public social media profile with your employer, isn't it your fault for having that out there for the world to see?  It's public, everyone can see it. What makes it threatening? 

Aug 27

29 min 59 sec

It's a little all over the place this week with Jeremy Bradley. First, JB talks about getting into the hobby of experimenting with food -- and quickly realizes it's easier and cheaper just to order out. Plus, remember when getting a lot of email made you feel busy and important? How about when it becomes a nuisance and you legitimately don't want to receive any messages? JB shares thoughts about the freedom of getting no mail. Later, do you recall when it was difficult to see nudity? Now, it's everywhere. Is the world becoming too sexualized with nudity and sex everywhere you look? Finally, when couples break up and post "video statements" on social media it can be laughable and a time to ask them, "Who do you think you are?!"

Aug 20

29 min 59 sec

As a kid you probably believed in some weird things. Maybe you thought weather happened by controls (like the man behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz)? Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters discuss their childhood fears and beliefs. Plus, things get silly when JB puts Bonnie on the spot and gives her the floor to share some big news. Problem is, there's no news and she has no idea what he's talking about. See if the prank has the outcome you'd expect. Awkward!

Aug 13

29 min 59 sec

Much is made about body confidence but there's a bigger discussion about magazines, websites and social media channels celebrating overweight models. Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters discuss the potential harm in condoning and elevating unhealthy living. Do those platforms have a responsibility to tell their audience that it's not a great way to live or just pretend it's all good? Plus, if you've had a dream about a person do you tell them about it? JB shares a story about a detailed dream he had about someone from his past and ponders the idea of reaching out and reconnecting -- even though things ended on bad terms 10 years ago. Also, have you been targeted by completely misplaced digital ads? Have you been on the receiving end and wondered how they're meant for you when there's no connection to your life or lifestyle? JB gives some social media examples.

Aug 6

29 min 59 sec

Earlier this summer, Jeremy Bradley signed off from his syndicated radio show, Top of The Charts after 15 years. The final episodes were taped on location in Nashville.  In this clip show, JB remembers the segments that he recorded all over Music City and rebroadcasts them on the podcast. JB visited a car museum, the zoo, a science center, went on a kayaking adventure; and stopped at musical destinations such as the country music hall of fame, the Johnny Cash Museum, the Patsy Cline Museum, and even signed off for the final time from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Later, Canadian country music legend Terri Clark chats with JB about her love of Nashville and what it was like returning to the Calgary Stampede stage after pandemic shutdowns. It's an hour of highlights from Nashville with more coverage at nashville.jbonair.com.

Jul 30

1 hr

It was barely five years ago that people laughed at the idea of paying for porn. It's all over the internet free of charge, so who would actually spend money on it? Jeremy Bradley talks about how times have changed and people are making a fortune stripping down for the camera. It's a totally different form of the entrepreneurial lifestyle. Also, JB chimes in on the over-sharers when it comes to relationships on social media. The people who broadcast every detail about their partner but then when things go south, are they just as open about sharing the deets? Plus, was there anything that you loved as a kid but can't stand as an adult? Have your tastes matured with age? JB shares what he can't stand anymore.

Jul 23

29 min 59 sec

It's Friday and doesn't that just bring an automatic calm to your day? Jeremy Bradley talks about how we psych ourselves up when it's Friday and are instantly more laid back and easygoing. Partner that with it being a summer Friday and you know nothing productive is getting done at work. Speaking of efficiency, JB talks about grocery delivery apps and how sometimes it's best to do your own shopping. Why? Because someone else might end up receiving your order. It's happened to JB more than once: A house on another block got his order, and he came home to grocery bags on his front stairs! Plus, JB has some relationship advice for a listener who wrote in seeking guidance. 

Jul 16

29 min 59 sec

What was your most memorable birthday? Have your past couple of birthdays been depressing because of corona lockdowns and shutdowns? Jeremy Bradley chats with executive producer Bonnie Winters and puts her on the spot about her best bday ever. It might not be an easy question to answer -- especially at her age! Plus, JB comments about "birthday divas" -- the people who expect a parade and to be pampered by friends and co-workers on their special day. Is it obnoxious or is it fun making the day all about them? Later, JB answers a listener's email about not being invited to an important celebration. 

Jul 9

29 min 59 sec

It was like a Cher farewell tour: never-ending! Jeremy Bradley signed off of the radio after 15 years hosting his syndicated show, Top of The Charts. In the lead up, many celebrity guests called to wish JB well as he left mainstream broadcasting. Some of them were surprise appearances and others just wanted to be part of the fun. Music legend (and fellow Manitoban), Tom Cochrane called in to talk about the first time he met JB. It was on the red carpet at Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto. Country star, Dean Brody, called to chat about his latest music and the time he and JB had an interview in Dean's dressing room before a concert. Plus, Leeza Gibbons reminisced with JB about her time as a radio host and how the broadcast world has changed since both got their respective starts. TV host, Ben Mulroney, was a regular guest on the radio with JB. He called in as one final surprise. And in a rare move, JB chatted with a politician on the air. NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh, discussed pop culture, sports and Canada with JB. It's a Super-Sized Scribble as Jeremy Bradley says goodbye to radio... on the podcast!

Jul 2

1 hr 30 min

You buy a lottery ticket and suddenly your mind wanders and dreams about you being a millionaire. But we've all heard stories about people whose lives change for the worse. Jeremy Bradley played the lottery and instantly drifted into thoughts he will win and life will change. Executive producer Bonnie Winters chimes in with her ideas for spending a windfall. What happens when people come out of the woodwork and expect to be given handouts? Do you dole out the money because you have it? Or are you selective about who gets your cash? Also, would you just hand out the moolah or wait for people to plead their case for some? JB has a strategy for how to pick who gets and who doesn't. Lots of money chatter on the show this week.

Jun 25

29 min 59 sec

Canada has been in the spotlight because of the government's response to the pandemic and vaccine distribution. Much of the anger is directed at federal policies that have affected people across the country. One of the most controversial moves, was Justin Trudeau's mandatory hotel quarantine for air travellers to Canada. It involves people being forced into a government-approved hotel for up to three days while awaiting COVID test results. Jeremy Bradley experienced the policy at Toronto's airport and recounts the emotional roller coaster that involves bullying, intimidation and harassment directed at Canadians legally travelling and wanting to return home. You won't believe the tactics that were unleashed on him -- including the ridiculous fine he received. It's a crazy story on the podcast this week.

Jun 18

29 min 59 sec

 Have you run out of ways to pass the time? Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters talk about their daily routines. JB starts his Mondays with mimosa... in bed. Bonnie has a different schedule altogether -- it involves baking. The two share some laughs about how each spends their casual time at home. Plus, JB had his first corona run-in at the store with two fellow shoppers. They were a little too close for comfort and then got offended when JB said they needed to social distance from him. JB shares the story and Bonnie chimes in with her opinion. Would you say something if people weren't six feet away? (Remember, Canada's not in the clear for getting close to others yet!)

Jun 11

29 min 59 sec

What is a friend? What does "love" mean nowadays? Jeremy Bradley takes issue with the overuse of words that have seemingly lost their meaning. These throwaway words aren't as powerful when people use them to describe anything and everything. Plus, with work-from-home culture continuing during the pandemic, are employers expecting employees to use their personal devices for work? Or is the company paying for equipment while working remotely? It might be a perk to work from home but if the employer isn't compensating for your personal items it could be costing you money to do your own job. Later, JB responds to a full-circle moment when a celebrity wouldn't make time for him as an aspiring broadcaster but how years later she reached out asking to be interviewed.

Jun 4

29 min 59 sec

It's a little bit of everything this week with Jeremy Bradley talking about living the bachelor/bachelorette lifestyle. (Who uses a glass when you can drink from the bottle?!) If you've ever been single and lived on your own, you'll likely relate to his stories. Plus, do you believe in horoscopes? JB checks his future with a few different horoscope websites and you might be surprised about their consistency -- or inconsistency? Later, have you ever been given bad news by somebody but it doesn't affect you like the person expected? Awkward! Also, how much of your high school education have you found relevant in your adult life? JB gets fired up about all those hours of studying Shakespeare. 

May 28

29 min 59 sec

It's an impatient society (breaking news, right?) but are customers less tolerant of a company screw-up nowadays? Do consumers expect perfection but when something goes wrong, react inappropriately? Jeremy Bradley talks about a customer experience that blew up in a company's face and wonders if the social media mob was justified in its attack? Plus, when your parents are retired, do they spend more time calling around and poking in your life? JB talks about the randomness of parental interactions after the folks are done working. Later, family pets pick up on the household routine. JB talks about his brilliant golden retriever and how the 13-year-old pooch can read the day and know how it's going to play out.

May 21

29 min 59 sec

Let's face it: Technology is making us stupid. We rely so heavily on our devices that there's no reason to learn things anymore. "There's an app for that," right? Are we in trouble when we can't remember birthdays, phone numbers and basic information? Jeremy Bradley shares his thoughts on how lazy we're becoming. Plus, Canadian music legend Maestro Fresh Wes is sharing his love of music with newer generations in a new book. Wes chats with JB about inspiring kids through his latest story. Later, JB comments on the series finale of Mom on CBS. Sometimes the lead up to a finale can build excitement but if the episode doesn't deliver, it can ruin a show's legacy. Do you agree? Lots of discussion on the show this week!

May 14

29 min 59 sec

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live as an animal? All of your priceless humanly possessions mean nothing. You have no money, you have no social media, you have no real expectations except survival. Jeremy Bradley chats with executive producer Bonnie Winters about living an animal's life and how it could be so much more carefree than a human's. Plus, have you ever ordered food for delivery even though you just bought all the ingredients to make the same meal? JB talks about the lack of cooking and the ease of ordering in his house. Also, do you find computer updates annoying when they change the look and feel of your user experience? JB had a computer update that threw him for a loop.

May 7

29 min 59 sec

Remember going to a bar and meeting someone? Remember passing your number to someone and hoping they call you? Apps have changed all that. Jeremy Bradley talks about the new way of dating. It's all digital now. JB, who's never been on a dating website, checked in with his younger cousin to see what he searches for and how it works on an app. JB made some observations about how people present themselves and why it could be turning off others instead of getting the right attention. Does scrolling endlessly and seeing all the half-naked Insta hotties make you feel like you're undateable? Sometimes that can make the single life depressing. But it shouldn't. Perhaps those attention seekers are just as insecure. Lots of relationship and dating chatter with Jeremy Bradley this week.

Apr 30

29 min 59 sec

Social media is used as a communication tool for everything. But, is it losing its effectiveness when people commonly rant about whatever annoys them? Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters talk about the influence (or lack thereof) of posts that encourage people to copy and paste a statement on their feed. Is it all talk or does it really make a difference? Later, should a workplace disregard its dress code policy for a cancer patient who wants to wear a hat to feel comfortable? JB and Bon chime in on the discussion topic, and reflect on their time working in an office where they were practically seen by nobody but still had to dress in business attire.

Apr 23

29 min 59 sec

The Talk had one of its most serious conversations ever after returning from nearly one month on hiatus. The co-hosts addressed the controversy surrounding Sharon Osbourne's exit... without Sharon being there. Is that the proper way to have a professional and helpful dialogue: Talking through a situation involving someone without allowing their side to be heard as a rebuttal? Jeremy Bradley has some thoughts, and recounts the wrath he felt on social media while chiming in on the story as a white man. Yup, he wasn't allowed to have an opinion. Later, over in prime time, Hell's Kitchen is wrapping up on Fox and the two finalists chat with JB about competing for Gordon Ramsay's attention... and their own restaurant. What are their plans to have a restaurant succeed during the pandemic?

Apr 16

29 min 59 sec

Shopping shouldn't seem like work. What's with stores wanting you to do everything yourself? Jeremy Bradley shares stories of self-checkout nightmares. If you've gone through the process, you can likely relate. Plus, JB takes a walk down memory lane after discovering a bunch of old photos at his grandma's house. It stirs up emotions as he reflects on her death last year. Later, Lou Diamond Phillips talks about Prodigal Son as the primetime drama returns on Fox.

Apr 9

29 min 59 sec

The good, the bad, and the ugly sides of customer service. Jeremy Bradley relives his days working in retail as a college student. JB shares some funny stories about his workplace laziness. Later, the flip side of customer service in a world where cameraphones and aggressive customers confront employees. Is a service job all that desirable nowadays? JB shares his thoughts about what is now called the "customer experience."

Apr 2

29 min 59 sec

It seems like the only time the Oak Ridge Boys call Jeremy Bradley is to celebrate or sell something! But JB is happy to once again welcome Joe Bonsall as the legendary music group celebrates 40 years of its hit song, Elvira. What makes the song such a fan favourite? Plus, how did the band get through coronavirus lockdown? By recording an album! Joe talks about everything the country group has been up to for the past year. Later, JB went on a rampage cleaning his house. What was the motivation to actually be, you know, productive?

Mar 26

29 min 59 sec

It's official: One year since everything practically shutdown in North America. Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters reflect on the year that was during the pandemic. JB picked up a new talent for cutting his own hair, while Bonnie perfected her baking skills (as did so many others). Will these habits continue once lockdowns and isolation are lifted? Later, has the novelty of a work-from-home job worn off? JB talks about the years he spent as an entrepreneur when he barely left the house and how people envied his ability to work at home. Finally, JB has some choice words for the Vatican after it said it won't bless same-sex marriage. And they are choice words he definitely couldn't say on the radio this week!

Mar 19

29 min 59 sec

Is your head spinning from this crazy week? Jeremy Bradley recaps the major events from the week. It started Sunday with that explosive Oprah interview with Harry and Meghan. Is the royal family racist? Who's the one who made Meghan uncomfortable? As you know, Piers Morgan wasn't having it. JB discusses Piers walking off Good Morning Britain and the charges that he's racist. Also, Sharon Osbourne jumped into the mix, challenging her The Talk co-host to pinpoint exactly what Piers said or did that made him racist. JB has thoughts on how that played out. Later, now cartoon characters are part of cancel culture. Is it going too far? Do people need to lighten up? JB chimes in with a refreshing opinion and his reaction to Dr. Seuss books being pulled. Finally, it's Grammy weekend but will The Weeknd be there? Why the performer says he's boycotting the awards forever. it's all crammed into 30 minutes of time-wasting fun.

Mar 12

29 min 59 sec

The spelling debate continues! Jeremy Bradley and executive producer, Bonnie Winters, discuss JB's insistence on proper professional spelling when it comes to business. JB and Bon, both former editors at a publishing company, agree that texting lingo is destroying the English language, however, Bon says it started long ago. Plus, is it up to parents to educate their own kids? Many moms and dads are complaining on social media about school closures during the pandemic. But why can't the parents teach their kids the basics while school is out? JB and Bon have a big disagreement on this one -- big!

Mar 5

29 min 59 sec

Canada made a controversial move to detain its citizens upon arrival back to the country. The government was shuttling passengers to secret locations and not allowing them phone calls -- REALLY! Later, the Trudeau government required people to quarantine in select hotels for up to three days while awaiting coronavirus test results. Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters talk about the outrageousness of the Canadian government's move. Later, does anybody take seriously the spelling of words nowadays? JB, a stickler for proper spelling, talks about how typos/errors/mistakes (whatever you want to call them) can turn him off from a company. Can you trust a restaurant that doesn't know how to spell its dishes? Plus, Big Brother Canada is back on Global TV but host Arisa Cox is not back with us. JB shares the ultimate PR snub... because Arisa won't dial a phone.

Feb 26

29 min 59 sec

It's been several months since Jeremy Bradley's grandma died from coronavirus. He revisited her house for the first time in over one year. JB reflects on the emotional return and what it was like being in the home where she lived for over 70 years. Later, there's so much "do as I say, not as I do" when it comes to elected officials and medical professionals during the pandemic but more and more it's becoming us-versus-them -- us being the public, and them being the "experts." Who will win the battle? (Sadly, it could be corona.) Plus, The Bachelor host Chris Harrison is caught up in a racist scandal. Is he really ignorant or did he just misspeak? JB, who's not a Harrison fan, chimes in and offers his thoughts on the latest "cancel culture" victim.

Feb 19

29 min 59 sec

One falls, one rises. Music legend, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, passed away this week. Jeremy Bradley reflects on their radio interview from July 2014. The chat was only supposed to be eight minutes but when JB tried to wrap it up, Mary said they weren't done talking -- and so it continued. The interview is rebroadcast in podcast form this week. Plus, the Queen of Bluegrass, Rhonda Vincent, was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry last weekend and she joins JB to talk about the honor. Rhonda discusses how she was literally counting the days after corona shutdowns bumped the initial induction last year. Plus, why are people using social media as a dating platform? Isn't that what dating apps are for? JB chimes in on people prowling profiles and going right for the kill: "Hi. Are you single?" Is it desperate or someone just being hopeful? 

Feb 12

42 min 8 sec

Another day, another celebrity cancellation. Morgan Wallen was drunk (again) and made some poor choices (again) and it essentially destroyed his music career, if not Wallen's life. Jeremy Bradley and executive producer, Bonnie Winters, discuss Wallen's musical exit after being caught on tape using the N-word. Should his career suffer? Is drunken racism forgivable? Is there a way to redeem himself? Where can Wallen's life go from here? It's an interesting and engaging discussion. Later, awards show season is here... oh wait, not yet. It's been delayed thanks to coronavirus. But in the grand scheme of things and all the dramatics in the world, did you even notice the awards shows haven't happened yet? Jeremy Bradley shares his thoughts as to why awards shows seem more and more irrelevant. The general public has lost interest in watching Hollywood pat itself on the back.

Feb 5

29 min 59 sec

More drama for the Conways. Kellyanne Conway's Twitter account posted a topless photo of her 16-year-old daughter. It looks like the lines are drawn in the debate with Jeremy Bradley: Is mom a bad mom for (allegedly) posting a pic, or is the teen girl in the wrong for taking nudes in the first place? JB tweeted an article he previously wrote that tells kids to have more self respect than to take naked photos... and the Twitter mob (primarily young females) attacked, suggesting "kids being kids" and that the girl is a "victim." Is it acceptable to suggest naked selfies by teens just a way of the world? Our executive producer, Bonnie Winters -- a mother and grandmother --chimes in on the debate. Plus, Bobby Moynihan from Mr. Mayor chats about the new NBC sitcom. Bobby discusses shooting a show during the pandemic and how the storylines are almost true to life. 

Jan 29

29 min 59 sec

Betcha weren't at Betty White's 90th birthday in Los Angeles. Jeremy Bradley was. This week, JB remembers the excitement of covering the Golden Girl's milestone birthday and how he has celebrated every year since. (Time to let go?!) Plus, the world was watching Washington on Wednesday for Joe Biden's inauguration. What was the world expecting to happen amid reports of anticipated widespread violence across the U.S.? JB recaps what Canadians were thinking. Later, Canada had its own political scandal after the governor general resigned on Thursday following a months-long investigation into her attitude. JB shares why she's being deemed a diva bitch and how the country is reacting. 

Jan 22

29 min 59 sec

Pres. Biden is about to be sworn in as, well, president. Inauguration Day has all eyes on the U.S. as Pres. Trump is (potentially) dragged from the White House. Jeremy Bradley shares his views about the world looking on and commenting about the strife in the U.S. Plus, is constantly calling out diversity just furthering the divide between different groups? Do the victory laps come as a slap in the face to outsiders? JB shares a point of view that many people might agree with. Later, music legend Lee Greenwood chats about 40 years in the music business and his now-iconic song God Bless the USA. What's it like having a well-known song that has morphed into a political anthem? Lee talks about that and his upcoming all-star tribute concert this fall.

Jan 15

29 min 59 sec

The riots return to the United States. Americans (and, really, the world) watched on Wednesday as a mob took over the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Jeremy Bradley comments with producer Bonnie Winters about the unrest across the United States. Plus, as a parent, how would Bonnie react if she saw her child violently protesting and breaking the law? Would she side with her kid or her country? Later, things get playfully superficial during a round of Who'd You Rather? as JB quizzes Bonnie about who was the hottest president of the United States. And, would he have a chance with her?

Jan 8

29 min 59 sec

It's a new year... but is anything going to be new? As much as people said, "I can't wait for 2020 to be over" are the expectations for 2021 too high? What's the best way to look back on a year? Jeremy Bradley has tips for looking back and reflecting on the positive moments in life. (Motivational speaker much?) Finally, JB opens up like never before about his relationship. How did his dream romance become reality while hosting his syndicated radio shows? JB talks about meeting the love of his life and how it was culture shock for both of them when they celebrated Christmas together in Canada for the first time.

Jan 1

29 min 59 sec

It's a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year message all in one show this year, thanks to holidays falling on a Friday. But are they really holidays? In the year of corona, was the holiday season a write-off before December even rolled around? Jeremy Bradley talks about how he reflects on the year that was. Later, JB takes a walk down memory lane and shares stories about a friend who means a lot to him. The two met at a job 15 years ago and after she recently died of cancer, JB had a new appreciation for their friendship. He has some laughs about the mischief the two got up to at work and at her family's Christmas celebration. Happy Holidays!

Dec 2020

29 min 59 sec

The countdown to Christmas is on but for many people it's gloom and doom because of coronavirus shutdowns. Jeremy Bradley decides to stay positive and focus on good times this week. He's joined by Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter who take a walk down memory lane and share stories about their time starring on TV's Family Ties. What Christmas gifts were they giving each other back then? Plus, how would their TV family react to today's political environment? Later, JB talks about the time he first met Michael and Meredith in New York City nearly 10 years ago.

Dec 2020

29 min 59 sec