The Giles Files
Nancy Giles is an Emmy- winning contributor to "CBS News Sunday Morning." The girl keeps files on people she digs, and breaks down trending topics from pop culture to politics. Add a microphone and a ukulele for a fast and furious look at "what's up" through interviews, commentaries, song parodies and more.
Meet George Camacho – a real-life Jedi!
Get out your socks and sandals for this relaxing and soulful episode! In this episode of The Giles Files, we talk to George Camacho; a television producer turned Franciscan Friar! Not only is George super relaxing and sweet, he also has a funny sense of humor!
Join Nancy Giles and Nancy Wyatt talk to George to learn more about his life as a Franciscan. We ask so many questions about the “whys” and the “hows” of the Franciscan brot
Meteorologists are born this way, baby! In this episode, Nancy Giles is joined by THE sassy AND smart Janice Huff - NBC 4 New York’s Chief Meteorologist! Not only is she a chief meteorologist, Janice won a “seal of approval” from the American Meteorological Society and is inducted into the New York State Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame! What a woman!
In this episode, we learn about how Janice’s passion sparked as a child, learn our d*mn history about the first
Hold on to your hats for this episode where we talk all things shut-the-front-door funny with Lewis Black, an American comedian, actor, author, and playwright. Grab your bad-language button or “Frustrated Union of Cynical Kindreds Universal” (F.U.C.K.U) button and listen in on all things comedy! (party-popper emoji)
Lewis joins Nancy Giles and Nancy Wyatt on The Giles Files to discuss comedy during the pandemic, experiences on nighttime talk shows, and “cancel culture” in the c
Chugga Chugga Choo Choo!
Today we are ridin’ the rails with Bob Johnston: Trains Magazine Correspondent and all-around train enthusiast.
Our last incredible road-trip from New York to Chicago was by train! We wanted to learn more about the ever-expansive world of train-travel with Bob Johnston, the best man for the job!
Bob is the most passionate train-lover we’ve ever met. From being an expert on all the latest train technologies to the best sceni
We’re singing sayonara to 2021 with a recap of our favorite moments!
Featuring many lighthearted laughs and Giles-original musical numbers, this episode highlights the political, social, personal, and historic(al?) happenings discussed on our show this past year. And per usual – we have strong opinions about ALL of it!
Join us in toasting a weird year farewell – and welcoming the brighter days yet to come!
Bobby! Bobby baby Bobby bubbie Bobby!
We’re talking about the multi-talented Bobby Rivers who, according to The New York Times, is “a master interviewer with a gift for impromptu banter.” Damn straight! He’s done it all - as a host on shows on VH-1 and Food Network, an ABC News movie critic and entertainment editor, even as a young movie trivia game-show winner! And he’s talked to everyone from Paul McCartney and Kirk Douglas, to Carlos Santana, Meryl Streep and Whoopi Goldberg to na
If you flunked physics in high school or didn’t do much better in biology or chemistry - then you didn't have the right teacher. Derrick Pitts should have been your high school guide to the wild world of science - he is the man - the science man. Not only is Pitts the Chief Astronomer and Planetarium Director for the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, PA, not only has he been a NASA Solar System Ambassador since 2009, the man’s passion for the sciences is endless! He’s so engaging and inspiring th
We are serious Valarie Pettiford fans! She’s what theatre folks call a "triple threat:" a brilliant Broadway actress, singer, and dancer (trained by the great Bob Fosse). She’s a Tony-nominee for her stage work and a kick-ass actress who can play an amazing range of characters - on dramas like BET's "The Family Business," and AMC's "A Discovery of Witches,” to her outrageous turn on the classic sitcom “Half and Half.” Valarie can do it all, and she’ll throw down some stories to prove it! <
Roz Chast is an award-winning New Yorker Magazine cartoonist and author, known for her quirky perspectives on the bumps and grinds of everyday living. She is a hoot and we love her! Cindi Gomes is a longtime CBS News audio technician who’s covered stories on everyone from Barak Obama to Cardi B. She is a gifted storyteller and the girl got stories! Plus: an edition of “Know Your Damn History’ about a trailblazing female cabbie from back in the day.
A Harvard man who can break down the Constitution and our judicial system in a bombastic, brilliant and fiercely funny way, Elie Mystal is a lawyer, legal analyst, justice correspondent for The Nation magazine, and one of our all-time favorite pundits on MSNBC. He’s a cool dude, he’s fun to hang out with, and his tweets are a hoot!
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Robin Givhan is a Senior Critic-At-Large and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for her work at the Washington Post, a witty and keen observer of the intersection of politics, race, and the arts in today’s crazy culture. We spent a wonderful afternoon breaking down everything from the politics of fashion to the fashion of politics. Plus, an exclusive history lesson from the oh-so charming spirit from beyond, Carol Channing. IT'S TRUE!
JUDGE NELSON JOHNSON is a prolific author, lawyer, and historian, who's best known for his NY Times bestseller "Boardwalk Empire," which was adapted into an award-winning HBO series.
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“Look! Up in the sky...it’s thunder! It’s lightning! It’s NBC’s secret weapon, chief meteorologist Janice Huff!” She’s been the weather Wonder Woman for 25+ years -- you’ll hear all about her brilliant beginnings and learn some slick stuff about the world of meteorology. Plus: a journey into Nancy’s nutty subliminal shelter-in-place corona virus diary. She may need to up her meds - you decide. All this and another boffo edition of “Know Your Damn History”.