Category Archives: sports

“Sports Talk” Guest John Shea Co-Author “24 Life Stories & Lessons From the Say Hey Kid”

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with San Francisco Chronicle baseball writer John Shea, co-author with Willie Mays of “24 Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid”. Book link available below:





Ed Sullivan Interviewing Mickey Mantle about his retirement from baseball in 1969

Ed and the Mick talking about his retiring from the Yankees on The Ed Sullivan Show March 9, 1969.





Jackie Robinson “Batting Tips” on The Ed Sullivan Show

Jackie Robinson gives some “Batting Tips” on The Ed Sullivan Show on May 20, 1962.





“Sports Talk” Guest WCHE Sports Talk Host Bill Werndl

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with Philly sports talk host (WCHE) Bill Werndl about the players turning down the latest proposal to start the baseball season plus the chances of the NFL starting, NHL and NBA resuming and more. (www.dougmilesmedia.com)





“Sports Talk” Guest Tampa Bay Lightning Play-By-Play Announcer Rick Peckham

Sports Talk” colleague Don Henderson talks with Tampa Bay Lightning television play-by-play announcer Rick Peckham about the resumption of the NHL.





“Sports Talk” Belmont Stakes Preview with Pete “The Prophet”

Horse racing handicapper Pete “The Prophet” joins Philadelphia Broadcast Hall of Famer Don Henderson and Doug Miles to preview the Belmont Stakes this weekend (6/20/20) running at a mile and an 8th for the first time. We also talk about the NHL resuming and baseball being up in the air.





“Sports Talk” with Don Henderson and Doug Miles 6-2-20

Philadelphia Broadcaster Hall of Famer Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk about the latest proposal from the players and owners to get the season started, the NHL playoff plan, U.S. Open Tennis possibilities and remember some vintage hockey with the 75 Flyers and the 70 Bruins.





“Sports Talk” Remembering the 1970 N.Y. Knicks Championship

Doug Miles goes back in the sports time machine 50 years to May 8, 1970 to remember the N.Y. Knicks vs. L.A. Lakers in game 7 from Madison Square Garden in NY City. Known as the “Willis Reed” game.






50th Anniversary of the NY Knicks First NBA Championship

50 years ago on May 8, 1970, the NY Knicks won their first NBA championship in a classic game at Madison Square Garden over the Los Angeles Lakers. Known as the “Willis Reed Game”, here is the original broadcast as aired on ABC with Chris Schenkel and Jack Twyman.






“Sports Talk” Guest Philly Basketball Legend Sonny Hill

Philadelphia basketball legend Sonny Hill who was the first black color analyst on CBS NBA Game of the Week and longtime radio broadcaster in Philadelphia joins Don Henderson and Doug Miles to talk about basketball, Wilt Chamberlain, Earl Monroe, Bill Bradley, the Eastern and Baker Leagues and more.