The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

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.... Show More

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August 7, 2020 29 min

Gary Busey is a lively guest on any show and he makes his return to this one! The last time Gary was on the radio with Jeremy Bradley was during The Celebrity Apprentice. It was a hilarious time and Gary is now back to talk about his new podcast. Plus, Ellen DeGeneres is feeling the heat with her daytime talk show embroiled in controversy. The scandal involves claims of racism, sexual assault and intimidation at the hands of three ...

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Jeff Foxworthy is hosting a new show called, What's It Worth. He joins Jeremy Bradley to talk about being a collector and his valuable possessions. (Or are they valuable?!) Plus, what are some of the items people have that they've been holding onto that are actually worth something? Also, JB reflects on his red carpet interactions with Regis Philbin. With the passing of the TV legend, everyone is sharing their memories abou...

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It's about damn time! Legendary Canadian rocker Kim Mitchell is releasing his first new album in 13 years. He chats with Jeremy Bradley about why it took so long. Plus, Kim shares a story about one of his new tracks and how it literally fell into his lap... but took the longest time to record. Kim takes us inside the writing process and how he puts together his songs. Later, JB talks about food coincidences and how watching TV ...

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You betta work! It's summer but people are longing to get back to work after the incredibly long coronavirus shutdowns. Jeremy Bradley talks about how people have wanted to work from home but now are sick of it and can't wait to get back to the office. Also, a commentary about how workplace etiquette has changed from one generation to the next. Gone are the days of smoke-filled offices with calendar "babes" on motor...

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Summer has some of the longest days of the year, but a coronavirus summer has excruciatingly long days. Jeremy Bradley talks about his new resentment for sleep and food with endless days in lockdown. Do you find that you're OK with barely eating anything throughout the day and that you're wide awake when you should be ready to sleep? Or have you kept a regular routine when quarantine orders were in place? Later, country art...

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The dog days of summer here and Jeremy Bradley is talking about fur babies this week. Adopting dogs can be a joyous thing but what happens when you actually feel bad about rescuing a dog from the shelter? JB explains his happiness but grief that he was leaving so many others behind when he adopted his dog. On the flip side, surrendering a dog seems like the easiest way to create change in your household but it could be something yo...

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It's a celebration week! Jeremy Bradley recognizes the 20th anniversary of his high school graduation. JB reflects on his time as a student and the career development that the Winnipeg school afforded him. Plus, was his high school experience the long-lasting memory that people often envision? Later, it's the ninth anniversary of JB adopting one of his dogs from the city animal shelter. The party hats are on and the dogs lo...

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Happy Pride! Montel Williams joins Jeremy Bradley to celebrate Pride Month. Montel discusses his support of the LGBTQ community and why he lends his voice. Plus, what would be on the Montel Williams float in the Pride parade? Later, if he was still hosting The Montel Williams Show today, what topics and issues would be covered now that the tabloid talk show is a thing of the past? Finally, what one word would Montel use to describe...

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Protests continue in the wake of George Floyd's death but it has people wondering, "When does it end?" Jeremy Bradley discusses his thoughts of protests in general and what people hope to accomplish by taking to the streets versus online campaigns with hashtags. If the message is heard loud and clear, and the position recognized, isn't that considered a success? Later, the Celebrity Phone is ringing and a famous fri...

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She's the 10-year-old who got the Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent this week -- Roberta Battaglia chats with Jeremy Bradley about the AGT moment that instantly made her famous. What was she thinking on stage before performing Lady Gaga's Shallow? Where does she see herself in five years (as a teenager!)? Most importantly: Who's her fave AGT judge? She answers all the hard-hitting questions! Later, JB reflects o...

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George Floyd, Donald Trump, Jimmy Fallon and Myka Stauffer -- oh my. What a week! Jeremy Bradley discusses the week's trending news stories. From the death of Floyd at the hands (well, knees) of Minneapolis police and the riots that destroyed parts of the city to the Twitter feud the president is having with, uh, Twitter. Later, Jimmy Fallon was trending for a racist SNL skit 20 years ago and he apologized for it. Should Fallon...

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Has the novelty of isolation eating and drinking worn off? Are your sleeping, eating and drinking habits getting back on track? Jeremy Bradley shares another story of his ordering food adventures. He wanted pizza but what did he actually order thinking it was some 'za? Have a laugh as he shares the story. Plus, former The View co-host Paula Faris talks about her new book. She went from having her dream jobs to living a nightmar...

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With so many people using food delivery apps because of isolation lockdown, are they trying new restaurants and foods or just what they're used to? Jeremy Bradley shares his escapades with taco delivery and how he overspent just for the sake of being daring. (Not exactly daring, right? You have to hear the story to fully understand). Later, the legendary Loretta Lynn talks about her new music video and book dedicated to her fri...

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Mother's Day is here and you can thank coronavirus for getting you out of the obligatory family get together -- or can you? Jeremy Bradley talks about the closeness of his family and why it ends up being a good time when they all get together and have some drinks... and play Nintendo. Later, Howard Bellamy, from the legendary group, The Bellamy Brothers, talks about how music helps people cope and get through tough times. Howar...

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There's a lot of Canadian chatter on the show this week. Jeremy Bradley discusses the fallout police in Nova Scotia experienced when they were unable to answer questions from reporters after a mass shooting in the province. Why did they use social media and not the country's emergency alert system at 5 a.m. on a Sunday? Later, Canadian Idol winner Theo Tams talks about the inspiration for his new music video. (He has more l...

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It's two hours of coronavirus chatter with celebrity guests joining Jeremy Bradley on a supersized The Scribble. Dr. Phil kicks off the show talking about how relationships have been affected with most people in close quarters during lockdown. Next, Dr. Oz shares medical information and if he's more worried now than when the outbreak started. Supernanny Jo Frost has tips for parents and their kids who had to turn homes into...

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Are you sick of the coronavirus-related chatter already? Perfect! Jeremy Bradley is covering a bunch of angles on the podcast this week. He's got some great ways to save money with a special reward system he's implemented. Plus, free and easy ways to workout and stay active while you're in lockdown. Later, it's been refreshing for JB to connect with friends from the past. He's got a story about video chatting an...

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Jeremy Bradley celebrates 15 years of his SpeakFreewithJB.com website and talks about his life as an entrepreneur. How did that one commentary website turn into syndicated radio shows, bestselling books, celebrity friends, a clothing line and two very famous dogs? JB explains at the beginning of the show. Later, Jocko Sims from NBC's New Amsterdam talks about the final episode of the season airing on Tuesday. Jocko notes how th...

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Woe is you. You have to spend time with your kids. You have to listen to their whining all day. You have to cook for them all the time. They just won't leave you alone. Damn, that coronavirus thing is a bitch, hey? Jeremy Bradley has a laugh at parents who are already annoyed of their precious offspring a few weeks into the COVID-19 lockdown. Plus, are you complaining about being bored... while you listen to a podcast... on you...

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Does "social distancing" come into play at a family funeral? Is an elbow bump too impersonal when a relative needs a hug? Jeremy Bradley talks about a recent experience during the coronavirus outbreak. Later, online marketing has become incredibly deceptive. Have you been duped by slimy tactics? JB has some examples of what you might want to look for when completing transactions online. Plus, JB talks about researching his ...

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