NEW! Overheard: Ed Harris, Brandy, Jill Scott Interviews | 03.06.13

We’re super excited to launch Overheard, our new daily newsletter highlighting the best shows and trending topics on BlogTalkRadio — delivered directly to your inbox each morning.

Click on a show, host, category or trending topic below and enjoy the conversation!

Happy Listening,
 
The BlogTalkRadio Team


4-Time Oscar-nominated Actor Ed Harris

by Movie Geeks United in MOVIES

Acclaimed actor Ed Harris (Pollock) discusses the Cold War submarine thriller Phantom, co-starring David Duchovny.


MUSIC AND FILM SUperstars Brandy and Jill Scott

by My Fierce Wings Radio in MUSIC

Grammy-winning singers and actresses Brandy Norwood and Jill Scott chat about music, working with Tyler Perry and more.


DESMOND BISHOP of the green bay packers

by theconversationsshow in SPORTS

Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop talks about his love for the game, life in the NFL and more.


50 Shades of Grey Narrator Becca Battoe

by On Air with Doug and Rob in BOOKS

One of the top audiobook narrators in Hollywood, Becca Battoe voiced one of the bestselling audio book in history, Fifty Shades of Grey, by E.L. James.


EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND COMEDIAN ANDY KINDLER

by somewhereinvegas in COMEDY

Known for his role as Andy on the hit show Everybody Love Raymond, comedian Andy Kindler is the voice of Mort on Fox’s Bob’s Burgers.


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2 thoughts on “NEW! Overheard: Ed Harris, Brandy, Jill Scott Interviews | 03.06.13

  1. Simon Applebaujm

    Congratulations on the launch of Overheard. Great way to highlight more of the programming BlogTalk Radio offers worldwide each day. Of course, check out Tomorrow Will Be Televised, the program all about TV, here on BTR Mondays and Fridays at 3 p.m. Eastern time, noon Pacific time. Meantime, support your fellow BTR hosts and producers by listening and participating with your phone calls and chatroom questions or feedback. Many thanks!

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