Milling About welcomes Hollywood’s hottest ‘It’ girl, Emma Stone. Emma starred in the hit comedy films Superbad and Easy A. Emma joins host Robin Milling where she talks about being best buds with Paul McCartney and how in her most recent film Crazy, Stupid Love, she pulled out of plans to re-enact Jennifer Grey’s famous Dirty Dancing leap in her new movie because bad memories from a childhood gym class prompted a panic attack on-set!
Fresh off her latest Daytime Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in the Bold and the Beautiful, Heather Tom stops by World Footprints to talk about her recent trip to Thailand, philanthropic activities and her climb to stardom.
The star of the cult classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer,Kristy Swanson joins Family Matters. Her parents, Bob and Rosemary Swanson (now retired school teachers) home schooled Kristy from the age of 12 while she pursued acting. Kristy Swanson is a long time veteran in the entertainment business and is known for her roles in many films including Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Flowers in the Attic, Higher Learning, The Phantom, Big Daddy and more.
Listen healthily to Healthy Living as host Laura Theodore welcomes Dr. Pam Popper, one of the stars of the film Forks over Knives, based on the New York Times Best Selling book of the same title. Dr. Popper also serves on the Physician’s Steering Committee for the Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine and on this show, she discusses her recommended dietary plans for optimal health.
The Matty P Radio Happy Hour featured a star studded cast this week with actor Gary Busey and former Mets Cy Young winner, Dwight Gooden. Busey joins the show on his 67th birthday to celebrate and discuss what he’s been up to since wrapping up Celebrity Apprentice.
Notre Dame legend, Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger joins The Drew Show. Rudy speaks about his inspiring story of overcoming all the odds on the gridiron and his 27 seconds of success that led him to becoming one of Notre Dame’s most famous graduate and the basis for the film, Rudy.
The Small Business Roundtablewelcomes Guy Kawasaki to The Camp House in front of a live audience. The former Chief Evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Alltop.com is one of the world’s most highly regarded entrepreneurs. Kawasaki is also the author of the New York Times best selling book, Enchantment.
On this episode of the Todd Griffiths Show, Todd welcomes numismatist, James Digeorgia, author and renowned expert in gold and precious metals. Todd also covers rare coins and the value they can add to your portfolio.
The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana welcomes to the show Urban Access Media Group CEO, Bobby Lewis, who speaks with Frank about his new company that is providing programming content to black and minority communities and also about where traditional and new media is heading. Frank is later joined by William Gurstelle, a science writer making a name for himself in creating new uses for technology. William talks about his latest book The Practical Pyromaniac.
Just because Mark Ruffalo looks like a certain whacked-out cult leader who killed more than 70 followers doesn’t mean he’s going to play him.
Interviewed on Milling About, the Shutter Island star clears up erroneous reports that he’ll be bringing David Koresh to life in a biopic.
Mark (l) says no to role of Waco nut Dave (r).
“I’m not doing that,” he tells host Robin Milling of the Hollywood project about the Branch Davidian honcho who set the sect’s Waco, Texas, headquarters ablaze in 1993 following an FBI raid—killing everyone inside, including himself.
Billy Bob Thornton isn’t known for putting things delicately, particularly when it comes to anything that threatens his beloved South.
Interviewed on Twisted South Radio, the Mr. Woodcock star—who snagged an Oscar for penning 1996′s Sling Blade—goes off fully cocked on British Petroleum for spilling untold millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.
"Somebody has GOT to figure out something," Billy Bob (above) tells us of cleaning up epic mess made by BP.
“It’s pretty f—– up. And I’ll tell you what, that’s one of our greatest treasures, the Gulf Coast,” the Hot Springs, Ark., native tells host Michael Buffalo Smith.
“Having spent my life—a lot of it—down around there, it’s just real sad to me. I don’t know what the answer is.
“But I think it’s a lot worse than people are letting on. It could be catastrophic in the end.
“When you look at all the people who are out of work now because of it, it’s just unbelievable.
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Yesterday morning, Janet Powers, host of our Diva Toolbox Radio, aired an interview with ‘70s pop icon Helen Reddy, in which the I Am Woman singer recounted her underwear woes, while ripping into Madonna.
Simultaneously, the New York Post carried excerpts from the chat in its Page Six column, which in turn prompted the hosts of ABC’s The View to weigh in on the debate.
"The whole climate has changed—the idea that if you're NOT givin' it up, something's wrong with you," said Yvette (center). "Where it used to be that if you WERE givin' it up, something was wrong with you."
“Helen Reddy, you remember Helen Reddy—I am woman, hear me roar!—she said recently she went bra-shopping and only found slutty bras,” said co-host Whoopi Goldberg (above left).