What's Going On? Monday June 30th, 2008

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Good morning, radio fans. It’s a new week, but the last day of the month. We have lots of great programming at BlogTalkRadio to get you through the Mortgage and Rent are Due Tomorrow Blues.

I hope you have your headphones handy because it promises to be a big day. We have guests of interest to all age and interest groups. Check out some of the highlights:

A George Carlin tribute is on tap for the Buffman and Wrench show. You’ll probably want to shield younger ears from this one, but if you’re a Carlin fan you won’t want to miss this segment. That’s tonight at 9:00 p.m. EST.

Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie is on SAJA today for a discussion of his latest novel The Enchantress of Florence. Mr. Rushdie will be on for 30 minutes talking and answering questions. Feel free to post your questions in advance to http://www.sajaforum.org/2008/06/books-salman-ru.html. This not to be missed segment airs today at 2:00 p.m.

‘Tweens will be interested to learn Disney’s Camp Rock star Meaghan Martin is today’s guest on World Talk Live. Get here early to chat, call in or just listen! The show starts at 4:00 p.m. EST.

Don’t miss Lady Rerun, the daughter of “What’s Happening” star Fred “Rerun” Berry, as she analyzes so-called online relationship tests. Lady R will also be playing her favorite break up and makeup songs during what promises to be a fun and enlightening segment. The show airs tonight at midnight.

Visit our schedule of today’s programs for a complete listing. Don’t be disappointed if you can’t make it to hear these or any segments during their live air time. Every show is available on demand immediately after the broadcast.

Hope you have a great Monday!

2 thoughts on “What's Going On? Monday June 30th, 2008

  1. Brittany

    You guys should talk about Mr. Disgusting from Bloody-Disgusting appearing on HorrorMovieFans.com Radio! That was a heck of a show!

    Reply

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