This Week in BlogTalkRadio, 1/25-1/31

Hard to believe it is already Friday again. This week was another stellar week for content on BlogTalkRadio.

Below are a few highlights.

christophergorham-uglybetty_gifMr. Media talked with Chris Gorham from Ugly Betty, who gave us some bad good news and some bad news: Ugly Betty will be cancelled at the end of this season. (Maybe Chris will come back to reprise his Henry Grubstick role one last time?) But the good news is that Gorham will be starring in a new show, Covert Affairs, on the USA Network.

Tears for Fears frontman and singer Curt Smith and San Francisco cellist, Zoe Keating, were in conversation with Olivia Wilder about their collaboration and new single, “All Is Love.”

SAJA spoke with Salman Ahmad, author of “Rock & Roll Jihad: A Muslim Rock Star’s Revolution.” Ahmad is helping destroy the wall that divides the Western and Muslim worlds one song at a time. And he counts Bono and Al Gore among his fans.

charlie-bewleyActors Chaske Spencer and Tinsel Korey, who play Sam and Emily, the wolf pack leader and his imprint/fiancee, in The Twilight Saga: New Moon shared details about what it was like to work on one of the most talked about movies of the year, and what’s in store for the next Twilight movie, Eclipse, on Artists on Demand Radio.

…Speaking of vampires:  Artists on Demand Radio also welcomed actor Charlie Bewley from The Twilight Saga: New Moon. He’s also and soon-to-be-seen in Eclipse as Demetri, the tracker who is part of the Volturi.

couragesucceed_coverThree-time Olympian Ruben Gonzalez talked about inspirations, dreams, and his book, Becoming Unstoppable. He and Paul Lawrence Vann talked luge training for Gonzalez’s upcoming fourth Olympic Games, on The Wealthy Speaker Show

Rick West, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, spoke with Navy Wife Radio about how social media connects him with Navy Families, sailors, and retirees and about the communication waves of the future. Social Media on the Seas

Singer, songwriter, and producer Jeff Timmons spoke with Night Views about his career as a founding member of 98 Degrees, his time on VH1, and his new album, Emotional High.

David Mathinson of Be The Media conversed with Seth Godin, author of the most popular e-book ever written “America’s greatest marketer;” and David’s personal hero. David also spoke with Scott Stratten, author, expert in viral marketing, and president of UN-Marketing.com.

If you missed these interviews the first time around, tune into the on-demand versions linked here.  For more Featured content from this week, check out our Weekly Best section, and our Featured Talk Radio area on the homepage.  If you have a favorite moment from this week not included here, share it with us in the Comments section.

2 thoughts on “This Week in BlogTalkRadio, 1/25-1/31

  1. Simon Applebaum

    The two favorite moments on Tomorrow Will Be Televised this week: doing the program live on-location for the first time on BlogTalk Radio, for an interview with Spartacus executive producer/head writer Steven S. DeKnight, and a segment with Emily Gerson Saines, executive producer of Temple Grandis, HBO’s first original movie of 2010. We did the interview with DeKnight from the NY offices of Starz, the pay cable network running Spartacus, and anticipate doing more live on-location episodes in the near future. Temple Grandis deals with autism through the true story of a woman (played by Claire Danes) who lives powerfully with this condition as cattle industry innovator, best-selling author and advocate for autism research and outreach services. The film, which premieres on HBO Feb. 6, was featured in Entertainment Weekly’s latest issue (with a rave review) and well-received at the recent Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles. You can hear both episodes at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/simonapple04.

    Simon Applebaum
    Producer/Host, Tomorrow Will Be Televised
    (Mondays/most Fridays at 3 p.m. Eastern time/noon, Pacific time)

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