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It’s always entertaining. If you like a fun, fairly conservative host keeping certain liberal cohosts at bay then this is your show.
I generally like the show but I find myself turning it off daily because they need to share their boomer point of views on covid, masks, and politics generally. I wouldn’t mind and I can tolerate hearing politics I don’t agree with but there’s not one dissenting voice. All the uninformed mask talk in particular is the worst though. For a network that prides itself on being the radio station of the jimmy fund, you’d think asking for bare minimum medical precautions would be appreciated. Seems hol... more
I love WEEI. I’m 40 and have listened since I was a teen. This show is terrible. Greg Hill is awful. Wiggy is a moron. Between those two, we all get dummer just by listening. Everyone else on the show is great. Poor Courtney learning the ropes from these fools. Greg hates baseball. That’s brilliant to have a host on a Boston Sports radio show who hates baseball. Greg constantly spread Covid misinformation during the Pandemic. And ironically he didn’t graduate from High School. So maybe keep your... more
It's hard for me to believe that there are daily listeners of this show. In fact I don't believe it. more
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The Greg Hill Show launched 6 years ago and published 450 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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