Category Archives: television

Remembering Actor Richard Herd aka “Mr. Wilhelm” from Seinfeld

Remembering Richard Herd aka “Mr. Wilhelm” and countless other characters. He was one of those actors that you saw on TV for decades and always did a great job. He was 87.





A Conversation with TV Personality Bill Boggs

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with TV personality Bill Boggs about his career in broadcasting, comedy and his new comic novel “The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog”.





Remembering Phyllis George

Doug Miles remembers former Miss America, sportscaster, TV personality and former First Lady of Kentucky Phyllis George who passed away at 70 on May 16. 2020.





Remembering Comedian and Actor Jerry Stiller

Doug Miles hosts a look back at some of Stiller and Meara’s comedy on the Ed Sullivan Show, The Carol Burnett Show and one of their Blue Nun Wine radio commercials as a tribute to the great Jerry Stiller who passed away 5/11/20 at 92.






Remembering Actor/Comedian Jerry Stiller

Jerry Stiller was a talented actor/comedian/writer who passed away today at 92. He and his wife Anne Meara were a successful comedy team and each of them were successful as individual performers. Jerry was best known to TV audiences in the 1990’s as “Frank Costanza” on “Seinfeld” and “Arthur Spooner” on “The King of Queens”. Here’s part of an appearance of “Stiller and Meara” on the “Ed Sullivan Show” in 1964:






“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.






“Book Talk” Guest Comedy Writer Alan Zweibel Author “Laugh Lines: My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier”

Doug Miles talks with comedy writer Alan Zweibel (SNL, It’s Garry Shandling’s Show) about his book “Laugh Lines: My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier” on ‘Talk Across America”. Book link available below:






“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.






“Sports Talk” with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest WENG’s Rich “Spitz” Spedaliere