Michael Porter: 1951-2010. Former WWE ring announcer and editor of Wrestlebeat newsletter Michael Porter, who hosted Michael Porter’s WrestleShoot here on BTR from June 2008 through June of this year, passed away Saturday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 59 years old. On behalf of his many fans, and BTR’s legion of pro-wrestling hosts, our condolences go out to Michael’s family.
WorldView Network’s Reuel Sample welcomes Chuck Colson, the one-time special counsel for President Nixon, who was the first member of that administration to be jailed on Watergate-related charges. Chuck will discuss the role of Christians in the midterm elections.
Host Robin Milling whoops it up with Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein, who plays a wrestling trainer in the comedy Knucklehead—and who dishes about his own high school days with the sport: “I was terrible at basketball,” he says, “which is why I joined the wrestling team.”
The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes Barbara A. Brenner, executive director of Breast Cancer Action, Kimberly Irish, program manager of Breast Cancer Action, and young-adult breast cancer survivor Erin Eloise Tulberg.
Somewhere in Vegas’ Marq with a Q celebrates his 3-year anniversary on BTR (you the man, MP!) with a look back at 2010’s most memorable moments. Plus: Red-hot comedian Alysia Wood and other celeb guests drop in to roast our ever-popular Sin City host.
Libertarian Politics Live’s Eric Dondero cuts loose with Tom Tancredo, a Constitution Party candidate in the Colorado gubanertorial race, who formerly served as a U.S. Congressman. Tom will discuss strategies for pulling ahead of frontrunner John Hickenlooper.
Chris and Company host Chris Bennett kicks it with former NBA power forward Brad Sellers, who played for the Bulls, SuperSonics and Pistons. Currently a hoops analyst for ABC affiliate WEWS in Cleveland, Brad will weigh in on LeBron James’ defection from the Cavs.
Dinner Special host May Pang goes one-on-one with ethnobotanist—and longtime advocate for rainforest conservation—Mark J. Plotkin, author of Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice. Dr. Plotkin will discuss his work with indigenous tribes of the Amazon jungle.