Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon peeks into the ego of Edward Norton. “There’s no chase scenes, no weapons,” he says of his new film, Stone. “The drama comes from this corkscrewing tension that evolves only in conversation. So if you’re an actor, it’s like, At last I matter!”
AACONS’s Marie Stroughter once again welcomes To Save America author Newt Gingrich. The former House Speaker will discuss his Strategy Memo to GOP candidates—outlining what he calls the “closing argument” they can use 30 days out to win votes in the midterm elections.
Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman cuts loose with Keith Powell, who plays the straight-laced writer Toofer on NBC’s 30 Rock. The NYU Tisch School grad —who’s also founder of the Contemporary Stage Company—will dish about what’s coming up on his Emmy-winning comedy.
Positivley Incorrect’s Scott Cluthe sits down with MP (that’s Member of Parliament to you Yanks) Michael Meacher, one of the longest serving ministers in Tony Blair’s Labour party. A longtime environmental advocate, too, Michael will discuss the global threat of climate change.
Paula Begoun and her Cosmetics Cop team dedicate an entire show to taking care of all skin-care, hair-care and makeup questions. Call in with your most pressing beauty concerns and get expert advice, plus free Paula’s Choice products selected by our host to meet your needs.
Romance Radio’s Cathy Maxwell welcomes best-selling author Elizabeth Boyle, whose new book is titled Mad About Duke. The Widows of Standon historical romance tells the story of a young woman who employs an incognito duke to help her land a titled second husband.