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FOX News Channel’s Greta van Susteren, host of the 7pm ET program “On The Record,” hosts a series of lively conversations on Greta Talk. These in-depth sit-downs feature fascinating details about the lives, likes and dislikes of Greta’s TV family, as well as many of her guests – ranging from celebrities to people who are sometimes totally unknown. Produced by FOX News Radio.

FOX News Channel’s Greta van Susteren, host of the 7pm ET program “On The Record,” hosts a series of lively conversations on Greta Talk. These in-depth sit-downs feature fascinating details about the lives, likes and dislikes of Greta’s TV family, as well as many of her guests – ranging from celebrities to people who are sometimes totally unknown. Produced by FOX News Radio.
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FOX News Channel’s Greta van Susteren, host of the 7pm ET program “On The Record,” hosts a series of lively conversations on Greta Talk. These in-depth sit-downs feature fascinating details about the lives, likes and dislikes of Greta’s TV family, as well as many of her guests – ranging from celebrities to people who are sometimes totally unknown. Produced by FOX News Radio.






Geraldo Rivera On “The Story to Symbolize the 90’s”, the O.J. Simpson Trial

We know that Greta Van Susteren was doing legal analysis for CNN during the O.J. Simpson murder trial, but what was her friend and colleague Geraldo Rivera doing at the time? The veteran reporter and television host joins us in this edition of Greta Talk to discuss "the story to symbolize the 90's", The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson. Rivera recalls reporting live on the story, from Simpson's infamous police chase to the delivery of what he calls a "race-based...


Forensic Pathologist Dr. Michael Baden: I Was Shunned For Being A Defense Witness In O.J. Simpson Trial

In this edition of Greta Talk we hear from veteran forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, who was hired by O.J. Simpson's lawyers to critique the autopsies of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman during Simpson's murder trial. Dr. Baden tells Greta Van Susteren what he thinks of the FX series' portrayal of him, the backlash he faced from his police department for being a defense witness rather than prosecution, and why he recommended Simpson be put on suicide watch. Dr. Baden also recalls the...


Mike Gilbert On How He Helped O.J. Simpson Get Away With Murder

It's quite possible that no one knows more about the O. J. Simpson murder case than Simpson's former agent Mike Gilbert. After working together for over a decade and having a close friendship for years beyond that, Gilbert is well informed in the life of O.J. Simpson, and even confesses to helping him get away with murder. In his 2008 book How I Helped O.J. Get Away With Murder, Gilbert reveals the unvarnished truth of what happened, including how he helped deceive the jury and feels...


Gloria Allred On How the Criminal Justice System Failed Nicole Brown Simpson

In this latest installment of Greta Talk, we continue talking about the notorious O.J. Simpson murder case, but now with a major inside source. Gloria Allred has been practicing law for over 40 years with the leading women's rights law firm in the country, and she was just the person Nicole Brown Simpson's family wanted to represent them during the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson criminal murder case. Allred has become a highly esteemed women's and civil rights...


Greta Looks Back on the Infamous O.J. Simpson Case

It's a story almost everyone knows. In 1994, former NFL player O.J. Simpson gets away with murdering his ex-wife and her friend. The criminal murder case (The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson) made national headlines after the well-known running back was found not guilty in the brutal killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, a decision that to this day has left the American public bewildered. In this edition of Greta Talk, Greta Van Susteren relives the...


Greta Shares Her Experiences In Mysterious North Korea

North Korea is one of the most mysterious and secretive places in the world. Very few people actually get the opportunity to visit the country, as its leader does not take kindly to outsiders and an invitation must be extended in order for anyone to enter. Greta Van Susteren happens to be one of the people included in this small circle, with the help of Reverend Franklin Graham, and she's revealing some of the memories she's made in North Korea over the years. In this edition of Greta...


What Made Greta Have One of the Best Days of Her Entire Life?

Greta Van Susteren recently had one of the best days of her entire life. Let's rewind to about a year and a half ago-- The On the Record host receives an email from a distraught viewer in need of some help. Kris Detrow and her husband John are desperately trying to bring a little girl from Uganda (who they had fallen in love with and wanted to adopt) home with them to the U.S. 6-year-old Leticia was tossed out by her birth parents as a child because she was deaf and her family believed she...


Join or Die with Craig Ferguson

Craig Ferguson is back! Former Late Late Show host joins GretaTalk to introduce his new show on the History Channel. Join or Die with Craig Ferguson is a panel show that takes a moment in history and debates it with the panelists in a provocative way. In this episode Craig reveals who his favorite comedians are, how he was inspired to become an American citizen by watching the landing on the moon, and how bad of a drummer he was. Let's have some fun... Join or Die with Craig Ferguson...


Bill Rancic & Michael Brown: How An 11-Person Company Is About To Become A Phenomenon

Each year the Superbowl is the most-watched television event by a long shot. Over 114 million people watched Superbowl 49 last year and over 112 million tuned in the year before that. The record-breaking viewership is definitely a factor companies take into account when deciding to advertise during the Superbowl, considering one 30-second commercial costs over $4 million. Keeping all of these numbers in mind, imagine how life-changing it would be for a small business of, let's say, 11...


Funny Man Adam McKay Takes A Step Back From Comedy For His Dream Project “The Big Short”

Awards season is in full swing and the film The Big Short has already racked up an impressive number of nominations thanks to brilliant director Adam McKay (the cast is pretty great, too). McKay joins Greta Van Susteren to talk about the film, based on the book The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis, which McKay admits he read in one day before deciding it was his dream project. The Big Short tells the story of the 2007 housing crisis which silently unfolded during the...


First Lady of New Jersey Mary Pat Christie Rates Governor Christie’s Dancing Skills A “4 or 5”

New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie is one busy woman! When she's not working with one of the three non-profit organizations she heads-- New Jersey Heroes, the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, and the Drumthwacket Foundation-- she's on the presidential campaign trail with her husband Governor Chris Christie. Despite her hectic schedule, Mrs. Christie was able to call and catch up with Greta Van Susteren in between campaign events in New Hampshire. In this edition of Greta Talk,...


College RNC National Chairman Alex Smith: “[Millennials] Have Been Kicked in the Teeth For 8 Years By This Administration”

The College Republican National Committee is an extremely important organization. Not only is it the nation's oldest, largest, and most active youth political organization, but each year it brings students together to help elect Republican candidates, support the Republican agenda, and become the future leaders of the conservative movement. Alex Smith has the honor of being the National Chairman of the CRNC, a job that Karl Rove once had. In addition to her duties as CRNC chairperson,...


President/CEO of Toys for Tots Lt. General Peter Osman On 68 Years of Making Children Smile

Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is a not-for-profit public charity created to assist the U.S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to the nearly 15 million economically disadvantaged children at Christmas. It is an incredible organization that makes millions of children very happy each holiday season. In this edition of Greta Talk, we hear from Toys for Tots President/CEO Lieutenant General Peter Osman, who was also an infantry officer in the US Marine Corps for 37 years....


Award-Winning Director Ron Howard On His New Film “In the Heart of the Sea”

Award-winning director Ron Howard joins Greta Van Susteren for this bonus edition of Greta Talk. Howard tells the On the Record host all about his new movie In the Heart of the Sea, in theaters today. Download and tune in to hear about the inspiration behind the film!


Jon Meacham on “The Last Gentleman” Bush 41

Presidential historian, Contributing Editor at TIME, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham is Executive Vice President and Executive Editor at Random House, which recently published his new book Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush. Meacham paints an intimate and surprising portrait of an intensely private man who led the nation through tumultuous times. From the Oval Office to Camp David, from his study in the private quarters of the White House to...


Coach Bo Ryan on “Humbling” 43 Years of Coaching, the Possibility of Retiring & “Shooting Down Cancer”

University of Wisconsin-Madison men's basketball coach Bo Ryan has had a pretty amazing career. He graduated from coaching junior high basketball to serving as head coach of the Big Ten UW Badgers since 2001. His impressive 43 years of coaching is just the icing on the cake, as he has also used basketball as a platform for some incredible philanthropic work; Bo and his wife Kelly have raised unbelievable amounts of money for the American Cancer Society with their fundraiser "Shooting Down...


Steve Forbes on Terrorism: “If You Don’t Fight Evil, Evil’s Going To Come To You”

When you hear the name Forbes your first thought is probably money. That's because Forbes is the name of the wildly successful business magazine and media company, founded almost a century ago by B.C. Forbes. These days the company is run by the founder's grandson, Steve Forbes, who is Chairman & Editor-In-Chief. Forbes was also twice a candidate for the nomination of the Republican Party for president, once in 1996 and again in 2000, so he was more than qualified to weigh in on the 2016...


Guy Benson Knows the Difference Between Good Manners & Political Correctness, End of Discussion!

Fox News Contributor Guy Benson and his "freakishly similar" friend Mary Katharine Ham have made their book debut with End of Discussion. "Ham and Benson expose how the Left exploits fake outrage to silence their political opponents--in public, on social media, at work, and even in their own homes. You've felt it and "End of Discussion" can help you fight it." In this edition of Greta Talk, Benson joins Greta Van Susteren as they discuss the "erosion" of good manners, how a middle school...

Garry Kasparov: Putin “Doesn’t Play Chess, He Plays Poker; He’s Only About Tactics”

Garry Kasparov is an author, world's greatest chess player, and as a Russian-- he is not a fan of Vladimir Putin. He believes that Putin is "evil", and discusses how he personally is a supporter of the democracy movement in his new book Winter is Coming: "The stunning story of Russia's slide back into a dictatorship--and how the West is now paying the price for allowing it to happen." In this edition of Greta Talk, Kasparov sat down with Greta Van Susteren to talk about the lack of strategy...


Bob Woodward Reveals ‘The Last of the President’s Men’ In His 18th Book!

Bob Woodward has done it again. The Last of the President's Men exposes one of the final pieces of the Richard Nixon puzzle: "Woodward reveals the untold story of Alexander Butterfield, the Nixon aide who disclosed the secret White House taping system that changed history and led to Nixon's resignation. In forty-six hours of interviews with Butterfield, supported by thousands of documents, many of them original and not in the presidential archives and libraries, Woodward has uncovered new...