Programming Highlights; May 7, 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:

soledad-scroller11At noon Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone sits down with CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, whose new documentary, Rescued—which focuses on the plight of Haitian children orphaned by the Januuary 12 earthquake—debuts May 8.

bryan-batt At 1 PM Host Robin Milling gets up close and personal with Mad Men star Bryan Batt, who reveals which leading lady he wants for the film version of his memoirs, She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother: “I’m leaning toward Sandra Bullock right now to play my mother.”

kathygarver-scroller1Also at 1 PM Kspaz Radio channels Kathy Garver, whom Family Affair fans know as Cissy from that classic CBS show. The perennial cutie pie will assist host Richard Spasoff in giving listeners complimentary psychic readings.

donaleeking-scroller1 At 3 PM Jobless Talk host Donalee King (aka Paladinette) updates us on her May Day SOS Fax Attack, which seeks to solicit more assistance for America’s millions of unemployed by flooding Uncle Sam with protest letters. The campaign wraps up today.

dwightgooden-scrollerAt 4 PM The Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica kicks it with legendary New York Mets and Yankees pitching phenom Dwight “Doc” Gooden and his son, Lil’ Doc. The younger Gooden will fill us in on his budding rap career and upcoming reality TV series.

mickifree-scrollerAt 7 PM Host Vincent Schilling gets busy with Micki Free, the Grammy-winning Native American guitarist who joined Shalamar in 1984, just in time to jam on its biggest hit: Dancing in the Sheets. Micki will chat about his new album, American Horse. Listen to win a free copy.

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