Fred talks about when it’s time to retire for athletes and entertainers.
Fred Weintraub, an executive producer at Weigel Broadcasting Co. with more than four decades of media expertise, is known for creating the broadcast company's popular "Game of the Week," in addition to covering the British royal family as "Chicago's Royal Watcher." In 2019, Weintraub was inducted into the Silver Circle, the highest honor awarded to broadcasters by the Chicago/Midwest chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, in recognition of his lifetime contributions in media. Weintraub also co-hosts the syndicated radio show "The Hannah & Fred Show" with Hannah Stanley on WCGO and Smart Talk Radio.
Fred talks about what it's like being back in America....home sweet home or not?
On this Worldly File, Fred takes a look at Joe Biden's six-point plan. What's it going to take for America to get on board? It's not about individual rights anymore.
On this week’s Worldly File, Fred’s been thinking about TV sitcoms and our viewing habits. More importantly, he suggests that we wouldn’t know a great show because we are so attached to our cell phones that we don’t even talk to each other.
Fred talks about a drummer who taught us a few life lessons. Rock on! Charlie Watts.. you’ve made your mark in so many ways.
In this week's "The Worldly File" Fred takes a look at Andrew Cuomo's cowardly attempt to end his political career with some integrity. He hopes you'll listen.
In this week's Worldly File, Fred questions the judgment of Hunter Biden and how his art venture is playing in The White House. Fred paints a picture of a picture. What do you think? Give a listen...
I have to confess, not being able to attend a concert or theater production for 18 months has been excruciating.
On this week’s Worldly File Fred talks about whether the Tokyo Olympics should have happened or whether it is a bust.
In this week’s Worldly File Fred question the scientific value what Branson and Bezos are trying to do. You might tell me to blast-off. I hope you’ll listen.
On this edition of The Worldly File, Fred talks about using some common sense when you’re on an airplane.
Is the 4th of July about independence and America's birthday? No, it's about what we can all learn when we come together as one. Listen to this week's Worldly File on wims 95.1FM/AM1420, wims.com or Chicago Star Media.
Fred questions how good a father he has been. You can hear the The Worldly File weekly on talk radio WIMS 95.1FM/1420AM around the world or at wims.com and at Chicago Star Media.
On this week’s Worldly File, Fred asks would you try a cicada appetizer. Apparently there’s plenty to go around so pass the plate lease.
In this week’s Worldly File Fred Weintraub suggests there’s cheating going on in all professional sports and we’re okay with it.
Fred Weintraub looks at the divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates and questions whether money buys you an easy exit.
Elon Musk, the guest host of Saturday Night Live. How is this entertainment? Fred weighs in.
In this week’s essay Fred talks about the guest hosts who are trying to make Jeopardy their own.
Fred talks about the need for a vaccine passport if we ever hope to sit together at a concert or theater.
I’ve had the unique ability to observe and learn about life from Prince Philip for the past 13 years.
Fred talks about stocking up during a pandemic. First it was the toilet paper. Now those ketchup packets. What's a guy to do? I hope you'll listen.
In this week's "Worldly File" Fred addresses the issue of Asian American hate crimes and why our anger is so misguided.
Fred Weintraub talks about American's inability stop people from getting guns as easily as they can buy groceries. We are killing each other one bullet at time.
In this week's Worldly File Fred Weintraub says that once vaccinated, people are making their own rules, taking risks and rationalizing their actions to fit their own needs.
Now the real work begins for Harry and Meghan. The drama surrounding their interview as the impact of “The Oprah effect” begins to fade. The answers to questions about the royal family that have never been spoken, at least not in public are now out there for all to evaluate.