Jerry Springer to broadcast weekly on talkRADIO
talkRADIO is to broadcast a bespoke version of Jerry Springer’s podcast show, every Saturday at midnight.
The announcement was made by Jerry himself, who joined talkRADIO for an interview with Eamonn Holmes on his Sunday morning show.
The podcast is a weekly show which covers topics from politics to folk music. Featuring lifelong friend Jene Galvin and radio colleague Megan Hils, the show is recorded weekly at the Folk School Coffee House in Kentucky and will be tweaked for the UK.
Jerry Springer says: “Very excited to be part of talkRADIO and being their partner in expanding the reach of my podcast to Great Britain. This should be a lot of fun.”
Dennie Morris, Managing Editor of talkRADIO, said: “talkRADIO is a station that never shies away from controversy and opinion, and I’m delighted that we’re already attracting global talent like Jerry Springer. There is a huge appetite for American politics over here in the UK and this will only get stronger in the build up to the US election in November – the Jerry Springer Podcast on talkRADIO is going to be a tantalising listen.”
Jerry started his broadcasting career on University radio in Cincinnati before moving on to local stations. He’s best known in the UK for his television programme, The Springer Show.