59 episodes

Craig served for sixteen years at the Denver District Attorney's Office where he was a Chief Deputy District Attorney. Craig has appeared hundreds of times on local and national media. Subjects have included the death penalty, serial rapists, the JonBenet Ramsey case, Columbine, the Oklahoma City Bombing trials, the Kobe Bryant case, and the Aurora movie theater massacre. Craig is the host of The Craig Silverman Show which airs Saturday mornings from nine till noon.

The Craig Silverman Show Craig Silverman

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    • 3.9 • 15 Ratings

Craig served for sixteen years at the Denver District Attorney's Office where he was a Chief Deputy District Attorney. Craig has appeared hundreds of times on local and national media. Subjects have included the death penalty, serial rapists, the JonBenet Ramsey case, Columbine, the Oklahoma City Bombing trials, the Kobe Bryant case, and the Aurora movie theater massacre. Craig is the host of The Craig Silverman Show which airs Saturday mornings from nine till noon.

    Episode 55 - Craig Texas!

    Episode 55 - Craig Texas!

    Rundown -


    Dave Gunders - 01:28


    Chip Evans in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 26:54


    Craig's fast-paced take on Austin, Texas - 01:18:53


    The show goes on the road. Texas House Dems fled Austin over voting rights. Show host replaced them in Austin at their Capitol. Big voting rights rally with Beto O’Rourke on Sat, July 31. Voting rights are civil rights and host makes case as he wanders Austin.


    Impossible Happiness is the latest magnificent song by our Troubadour Dave Gunders which perfectly expresses the angst of this climate change and pandemic fraught era. Dave grew up in Texas and provides his memories while host shares what he’s learned about true Texas history.


    Chip Evans is a fifth generation Texan who practices law in Austin. In Craig's Lawyers' Lounge, two savvy lawyers discuss great issues of the day including voting rights in Texas. Texas politicians are a special breed and Greg Abbott, Ken Paxton, and George P. Bush get thoroughly discussed.

    Via B-cycle and shared scooters, host takes listeners and viewers on You Tube on a tour of Austin including several Capital Square monuments to the Confederate States of America and the many Texans who died in the Civil War. Wow, how long will those monuments stay upright? And these southern fighters for slavery venerated?

    • 1 hr 34 min
    Episode 54 - Color TV

    Episode 54 - Color TV



    Representative Dylan Roberts in Craig's Lawyer's Lounge - 02:37


    Carole Malezija - 27:42


    T-Five Valladares and Dave Gunders - 1:20:36


    This wonderful technological breakthrough six decades ago is commemorated in the song Color TV by The Skatterbrains. It sounds silly as Ska songs often do but learn from the Ska brother songwriters the serious story and message behind the words.


    Our headline musical act at the end of Episode 54 features the magnificent musings and music of Troubadour Dave Gunders and his longest running bandmate, T-Five Valladares. These boys had adventures galore around Boulder County and some memorable times in Boston area.


    Listen to Dave and T’s songs titled Isolation and their rediscovered hit, Color TV.  Listener warning, the music may get stuck in your head. And you may start dancing. Get ready to see The Mighty Twisters featuring Dave and T-Five at the Boulderado Hotel this July 31.


    Colo. State Rep. Dylan Roberts returns to Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge to announce run for State Senate seat being vacated by Sen Kerry Donovan who is intent on replacing Lauren Boebert in Congress. As usual, Dylan delivers on dissecting Colorado politics and current events.


    Carole Malezija delivered exceptional service for 25 years as Victim-Advocate for Colorado law enforcement agencies including the Denver DA’s Office and Castle Rock PD. She helps humans through dire circumstances. Hear Carole talk and understand why she was so wonderful and effective responding to tragedies. Carole’s lived American and Colorado history.


    Episode 54 has something for everybody. The Craig Silverman Show is a variety show that seeks to entertain and educate. We do definitive interviews with fascinating guests. Listen to them all or skip around to the sound for you. It’s delivered every Saturday morning 9 a.m. Colorado time.

    • 2 hr 29 min
    Episode 53 - Peter Groff

    Episode 53 - Peter Groff

    Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge welcomes political royalty. Peter Groff has accomplished amazing things in his life. Peter’s an adept lawyer and legislator and the first African American president of the Colorado state Senate. Peter also served in Obama administration.


    Peter grew up in Denver and reminisces about his father, legendary Colorado state Senator Regis Groff who loved East HS, Denver, Coors Field, and baseball. Peter Groff was at Denver’s 2021 MLB All-Star Game & Home Run Derby and tells us why he still loves Nolan Arenado.


    Civil rights are voting rights, and there is great discussion of critical race theory, black/Jewish relations, MLK, General Mark Milley’s revelations, and Trump connections to Nazis and Hitler.  There’s discussion of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Lauren Boebert.


    Peter Groff talks about redistricting and whether Dems gave away the farm. Zaila Avante-garde and Amanda Gorman get rave reviews. Education and opportunity go a long way. Senator Groff reacts to January 6, and Trump’s Big Lie. Peter argues for ending filibuster but opposes packing Supreme Court.


    These two lawyers give out three great book tips. Groff recommends Kill Switch, Robert E. Lee and Me, and Four Threats. Host touts The Holly, Grant, and Forget the Alamo. Listen to the reasons why.


    Dr. Vivek Murthy, United States Surgeon General, wants us to confront misinformation about Covid. Show does this, taking to task the messages of medical misinformation provided by hosts on Denver Trump radio, who are also GOP officials in Colorado.  Find out why pandemic continues.


    Troubadour Dave Gunders leads host into duet of Brother John /Iko Iko. This is unforgettable singing by the two good friends, one a professional musician and the other, and enthusiastic off-key lawyer with a distinctive voice. The Craig Silverman Show, Sat morns, 9 a.m. Colorado time.


    Rundown - 


    Peter Groff in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 06:46


    Craig's Monologue - 01:25:02


    Dave Gunders - 01:50:54

    • 1 hr 58 min
    Episode 52 - Heidi Thomas

    Episode 52 - Heidi Thomas

    Abhor any fool who would rape Heidi Thomas. Bill Cosby is such a fool. When Heidi was in her 20’s, working atJF Images in Denver, Jo Farrell put her in touch with show business legend Bill Cosby to mentor Heidi’s acting ambitions. Instead, Cosby drugged and raped Heidi. Heidi Thomas testified against the disgraced comedian at his 2018 trial.



    Last week, Cosby’s 2018 criminal conviction was reversed and dismissed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Listen to Heidi Thomas’ reaction and great legal questions she poses. Hear the good answers provided as this star witness picks the brain of a former sex-crimes prosecutor. The interview is wide ranging amongst these Colorado natives.



    Heidi and host discuss performance of DA Kevin Steele and his predecessor, Bruce Castor Jr. This current Colorado Sun Craig Silverman column gets discussed. https://coloradosun.com/2021/07/06/silverman-bill-cosby-bruce-castor-opinion/ Consider also Silverman's Cosby column back in 2014.https://pagetwo.completecolorado.com/2014/11/28/silverman-bill-cosby-in-colorado/



    What was Jo Farrell’s role? What should we think of Andrea Constand, the one Cosby accuser who got big money and a criminal verdict in her favor? How was it determined that only five other victims could testify as to Cosby's modus operandi and how were they selected? What about Cosby’s wife Camille and TV wife Phylicia Rashad? Who else were the Cosby enablers?



    Also answering these questions is key member of the Cosby prosecution team, M. Stewart Ryan, who guests in Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge. Stew Ryan reminisces about grilling former DA Bruce Castor Jr. during cross examination at a critical pre-trial hearing. The trial judge ruled in Ryan’s favor but last week, there was that shocking appellate reversal freeing the serial rapist.



    Our Troubadour Dave Gunders gifts us with his song of perspective and hope for better days. Some Days is a musical masterpiece explaining the human condition and the ups and downs which are inevitable. Heidi Thomas shares her music too, as she knows well life is a rollercoaster and music helps. www.healththroughmusic.com


    Rundown - 


    Heidi Thomas - 04:12


    Stewart Ryan in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 01:37:02


    Dave Gunders - 02:29:19

    • 2 hr 52 min
    Episode 51 - Tone Setting

    Episode 51 - Tone Setting

    This 1st episode of year 2 is a doozy.  In 3rd episode of Netflix documentary, Filthy Rich, late Jeff Epstein gets asked if he has an "egg-shaped" penis by an accuser's attorney, Spencer Kuvin. Epstein got up and left. Later, he wrote Kuvin’s client a big check. Talk about setting the tone.


    Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge welcomes back Spencer Kuvin who also won civil justice for Bill Cosby victim, Chloe Goins alleged Bill Cosby assaulted her at L.A. Playboy Mansion in 2008. Kuvin’s client got nice settlement. Hear Kuvin’s reaction to Cosby criminal case reversal.


    Abe Wagner is world renowned communicator and author who has made a career teaching top executives how to say it straight. Wagner shows off his motivational abilities that has delighted and educated audiences in 35 countries. If you like communication skills, you’ll benefit from this interview.


    Troubadour Dave Gunders shows off his mad musical skills with his song titled Set the Tone. We also re-visit his holiday classic, Fourth of July. And we talk about the independence and love we have for the podcast we’re doing together for a second year.


    John McGuire is a top Denver tax lawyer who comes into Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge to explain his journey to Colorado from Columbus, Ohio. Lively discussion ensues about tax morality and what these tax charges against Trump Organization and Allen Weisselberg mean in the real world.


    Rundown - 


    Spencer Kuvin in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 06:08


    Abe Wagner - 24:08


    Dave Gunders - 01:21:57


    John McGuire in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 01:36:34


    • 2 hr 14 min
    Episode 50 - Morgan Carroll!

    Episode 50 - Morgan Carroll!

    Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge graced by wisdom of attorney and former state senator Morgan Lenore Carroll, daughter of legendary Colorado lawyers John Carroll and Rebecca Bradley. Find out what motivates this charismatic Chairwoman of the Colorado Democratic Party.


    Episode 50 will help you understand how and why Dems keep winning in Colorado -- Morgan Carroll. She has bright strategies for everything including making Lauren Boebert a one-term only Colorado embarrassment. Listen to this historic champion for America and Colorado.


    Troubadour Dave Gunders delivers for 50th straight time. His song, Tarred and Feathered, contemplates proper sanctions for misbehavior. It’s a perfect song in age of Trump, Chauvin, and big lies.  Discussion extends to spicy chicken sandwiches and Charles Grodin in Midnight Run.


    Rundown -


    Morgan Carroll in Craig's Lawyers' Lounge - 05:10


    Dave Gunders - 01:16:27

    • 1 hr 34 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Chase Beck ,

Craig makes me a better Colorado Native

I try very hard to keep up with all news in Colorado and for me Craig’s show is imperative in that pursuit.

Arnie@:-/ ,

Unbelievable guests!

The best podcast of my week!

Schmeezym79 ,

Trump derangement syndrome got ahold of Craig

I used to really enjoy listening to Craig Silverman. After getting fired from KNUS and starting this podcast, he became exhausting to listen to. All he can talk about is Trump. There’s plenty of anti Trump podcasts to listen to. I enjoyed his discussion of local topics, but it’s just Trump now.

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