Programming Highlights; May 4, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

royAt 8:30 PM Rundgren Radio’s Doug Ford gets busy with legendary sports commentator Roy Firestone, the former face of ESPN’s SportsLook who now hosts HD Net’s Face to Face. (Roy, in case you’re wondering, is a huge Todd Rundgren fan.)

antoine-fisherAt 8:30 PM KCGirlfriends BkClub welcomes writer Antwone Fisher, whose 2001 memoir, Finding Fish, was made into a feature film directed by Denzel Washington. Antwone will preview his new book, A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie and Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life.

peter-buffett-scrollerAt 9 PM OM Times Radio host Chris Onefeather chats with musician Peter Buffett, who won an Emmy for scoring the CBS miniseries 500 Nations—and whose dad is billionaire Warren Buffett—about his new book, Life Is What You Make It.

robert-pralgoAt 9 PM The VRO rolls out the (blood-)red carpet for Robert Pralgo, who plays Mayor Richard Lookwood on the hit CW series The Vampire Diaries. “If you hate Mayor Lookwood as much as I do,” says host Amy McCracken, “do not miss this show!”

solomon-burkeAt 9 PM Icon Fetch host Tony Peters boogies with Solomon “The King of Rock ‘N Soul” Burke, whose 2003 Don’t Give Up On Me won a Grammy for Best Blues Album. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will chat about his new CD, Nothing’s Impossible.

nik-facklerAt 10 PM Olivia Wilder opens her salon to Nik Fackler, the 24-year-old director of the upcoming flick Lovely, Still, which he penned when he was just 17. Starring Martin Landau and Ellen Burstyn, Lovely tells the story of an elderly man finding love for the first time.

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