Programming Highlights; February 19, 2010

Tune in to some great live content today on BlogTalkRadio.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

deletingl1At 11 AM Autism Women’s Network welcomes Sara Childers, an 18 year old autistic college student, to talk about her work at an animal sanctuary, and the unspoken bond she shares with them.

 

deletinglaterToday at 1 PM Former Sopranos star Dominic Chianese, currently starring in The Last New Yorker, joins Robin Milling of Milling About for good old-fashioned deli and conversation at Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop.

 

deletinglateAt 2 PM EST Adam Falcon, guitarist and singer-songwriter, joins Mr. Media to talk about his career, and penning chart-topping songs like “In Search of a Dream” and “True Blue,” both sung by George Benson.

 

deletinglatAlso at 2 PM Train With Shane welcomes Beyond Blogging authors Nathan Hangen and Mike CJ to discuss the book, profile top 15 bloggers and wrap up what’s hot in social media.

 

deletinglaAt 7 PM WDKK Radio welcomes Ricky “Freeze” Smith to talk about touring with Morris Day and The Time, producing and working on hit soundtracks and music videos, and writing tracks for Gladys Knight and The Pips, Angie Stone and Dynasty.

 

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One thought on “Programming Highlights; February 19, 2010

  1. Simon Applebaum

    And later today on Tomorrow Will Be Televised, we’ll go bilingual TV with Flavio Morales, programming chief at mun2, and analyze NBC’s Winter Olympics coverage with Katz TV Group vice president Bill Carroll and BlogHer.com TV critic Megan Smith. Plus use our chat line to opine on NBC’s coverage and other TV thoughts. That’s at 3 p.m. Eastern time/noon, Pacific time, live today on BlogTalk Radio.

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