Former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes once told Geraldo Rivera that the only thing in the middle of the road is road kill. Geraldo contends that there is more than road kill in the middle and the county needs a balance between the far left and far right, thus the “Roadkill with Geraldo Rivera” podcast was born. Rivera began his 48-year career as a television reporter at WABC-TV in New York and was a member of the original cast of ABC's Good Morning America. He had an eight-year association with ABC's 20/20 as an investigative reporter and produced and hosted The Geraldo Rivera Show for 11 years. Prior to joining Fox News, Rivera served as host of CNBC's number-one rated prime time show, Rivera Live, where his critically-acclaimed coverage of the O.J. Simpson civil trial verdict set an all-time CNBC rating record. Rivera is a veteran foreign correspondent who has been on the frontlines of many international conflicts since 1973. Geraldo is also a three-time winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, the Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Award and has received more than 170 awards for journalism, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, three national and seven local Emmys, and two Alfred I. duPont - Columbia University Awards. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona and Brooklyn Law School and is the author of eight books, including The Geraldo Show – A Memoir.... Show More
In his first public appearance since leaving office in January, President Trump isn't changing his tune about the 2020 election results. However, he wants folks like Geraldo to come back, he's going to have to admit he was wrong and apologize.
John Geddert is dead. The disgraced gymnastics coach/sexual predator killed himself instead of facing 24 charges involving molesting girls he was charged to train. Geraldo and Erica talk to Shaker Heights wrestling coach and former OSU Wrestler Wil Knight about Dr. Richard Strauss and the ghosts in Congressman Jim Jordan's closet.
Things keep getting worse for Governor Andrew Cuomo. Six months ago, he was the darling of the Dems. Now, he's being called a preditor. Geraldo and Erica weigh in and talk about Tiger Woods' tragic auto accident.
To open the show, Geraldo talks to Fox News "Weather Machine" Janice Dean, not about a storm system, but the tragic losses she experienced because of Covid19. Later, Geraldo and Erica talk about the political return of Donald Trump.
Back in Shaker to get his second Covid vaccine, Gerado talks to Dr. Robert Fafalk about the latest vaccine distribution news. Later, Geraldo and Erica talk about President Trump's upcoming appearance at CPAC.
Ted Cruz is the Lone Star State douche, and yesterday's attempted siesta in Cancun proved it. Geraldo slams the Texas Senator and talks to former Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich about events that happened that led to millions of Texans being left without power.
A legend has passed. How will the passing of Rush Limbaugh affect the radio business? Geraldo reflects on Rush's legacy and how conservative media will move on. Later, Casey Stegall from Fox News joins the program from the deep freeze in Dallas.
The Impeachment trial rages on with more graphic video and testimony from Congressional Democrats. Geraldo would like to ask President Trump what he wanted to happen after his January 6th speech. Griff Jenkins from Fox News joins the program live from Washington.
After sharing his thoughts on President Trump's impeachment trial, Geraldo welcomes University Hospitals' Physician-In-Chief Dr. Rober Salata to the show to talk about the latest covid variants and other pandemic news. Later, Geraldo wonders if there are some games being played with the show's live stream.
Even while most of us wait for our turn for a vaccine, and the Senate gears up for its second impeachment trial in as many years, Geraldo reacts to Tom Brady's 7th Super Bowl win. Later, Geraldo takes your calls and Erica joins the program and shows her support for Liz Cheney.
While the country is being rocked by the effects of the pandemic, kids who are trying to go to class are being hit especially hard. Geraldo weighs in and takes your calls. Dr. Robert Fafalak joins the show.
Reason has prevailed within the GOP as Liz Cheney kept her position after almost being ousted over her impeachment vote. Geraldo weighs in and asks callers if they would be in favor of a holiday in Ohio for President Trump.
Before the pandemic, Geraldo stopped by The Cuyahoga County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, a major Civil War monument in Cleveland to talk to a few of the resident historians about Northeast Ohio's role in our nation's military history.
President Trump will not get anywhere in his impeachment trial if he continues focusing on voter fraud instead of the legally murky waters of impeaching a former President. Geraldo weighs in and also talks to Rob Walgate from The American Policy Roundtable about the Senate seat that will be left vacant by Rob Portman's retirement.
Hedge funds are taking a bath as Gamestop stocks continue to soar, and Geraldo is absolutely fine with it. Later, Erica joins the show and spars with Geraldo over President Biden's flurry of Executive Orders.
To open the show, Geraldo talks to Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) about his decision to not pursue a third term and the viability of trying to impeach a President who has already left office. Later, Erica joins the program for a heated discussion about the Keystone Pipeline.
The question isn't of President Trump's guilt or innocence. The question is whether or not the impeachment of a former President is constitutional. Geraldo weighs in. Later Dr. Ketih Armitage of UH Hospitals joins the program to give an update on the Covid 19 vaccine.
The fire of impeachment burns a little cooler than last week. Although President Trump may be guilty, it still may not be the best course of action if uniting the country is the goal. Geraldo weighs in and takes your calls.
Joe Biden has gotten to work in his first hours as President. Geraldo reacts to the new President's inauguration speech and his 15 Executive Orders. Former Congressman and Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich joins the program.
You know what's long, tedious and boring? Surgery. You know what isn't? This new podcast! Join Scrubs co-stars and real-life best friends Zach Braff and Donald Faison for a weekly comedy podcast where they relive the hit TV show, one episode at a time. Each week, these BFFs will discuss an episode of Scrubs, sharing behind-the-scenes stories and reminiscing on some of their favorite memories from filming. They’ll also connect with Scrubs super fans and feature beloved show cast members for exclusive interviews.…