Programming Highlights; June 21, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

bo-dietlAt 8 AM Syndicated News goes one-on-one with Bo Dietl, the former NYPD detective whose 1998 memoir, One Tough Cop, hit the silver screen with Stephen Baldwin in the lead. Now the head of his own investigation agency, Bo will fill us in on the latest in the shamus profession.

alison-arngrimAt 1 PM The Neverhood’s Ethan Tudor W gets up close and personal with Alison Arngrim, who played Nellie Oleson on Little House on the Prairie, and whose new memoir is titled, Confessions Of A Prairie Bitch.


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At 7 PM The Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore kicks it with Hollywood casting director Winsome Sinclair, who has worked with such heavyweights as Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone populating flicks like Amistad, Malcolm X, Shaft and Precious.

shaub-toubAt 9 PM Artists on Demand welcomes Shaun Toub, who’s fast making is name as the must-cast character actor, having done memorable turn in Lost and The Sopranos. Shaun will chat about his role opposite Dev Patel in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender.

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2 thoughts on “Programming Highlights; June 21, 2010

  1. Simon Applebaum

    And on Tomorrow Will Be Televised later today, we’ll preview ABC Family’s new drama series Huge with the mother/daughter team writing and producing it. Emmy/Tony Award-nominee Winnie Holzman (My So-Called Life/Once & Again/Thirtysomething) and daughter Savannah Dooley will be together live. Plus executive producer Lynn Sadosfky from The Fabulous Beekman Boys on Planet Green. All today at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT on BlogTalk Radio. Happy first day of summer to all!

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  2. bMore News Hon

    Hey, I’m excited to find this blog. Especially on the day of our premiere episode on BlogTalkRadio for “Trivialization of the News.” One of these days, we should have an episode that’s feature-worthy. But until then, we’re just getting down and silly. Thanks for keeping us up to date on programs worth tuning into.

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