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Weekly Best: Week of August 23, 2010

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Milling About’s Robin Milling flashes back to 2006, when she went one-on-one with country music powerhouse Billy Ray Cyrus—who turned 49 years old this week. The Achy Breaky Heart singer gushed over daughter Miley, who was set to debut in Hannah Montana.

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Rundgren Radio host Doug Ford gets busy with the man himself—Todd Rundgren. The Hello It’s Me singer—who also produced Meat Loaf’s Bat our of Hell album—will discuss his Todd/Healing tour, which gets under way Sept. 5 in Akron, Ohio.
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The Crazy Nick Show whoops it up with Chris Costello, daughter of the late Lou Costello—half of the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. Chris will discuss her dad’s 30-year career, which included vaudeville, radio, TV and movies, and what she’s doing to keep the legend alive.
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Mediaite will talks to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, live from New Orleans, about the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, what happened then, what is happening now, who is still being impacted, and how we can help.
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In this week’s episode of The Wow Effect hosted by Christine Hohlbaum tune in to live interviews with best-selling authors Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, and Marianne Williamson.
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Steve Hackett, legendary Genesis guitarist, joins Long Live Rock to discuss his new album, tour, The High Voltage festival, Squackett, and much more!

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Avatar was inspired by George W. Bush. “I was writing the film in early ’05,” director James Cameron tells The Movie Geeks. “We were at the peak of the fighting in the Iraq War. I was reacting to the fact that I was infuriated by us going there in the first place.”
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Fitness Guru, Ana Caban hosts her inaugural show with us. Joining her will be fitbook™ creator, Angela Manzanares as they discuss goal setting, achieving and accountability.

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Daily Highlights: Wednesday, August 25, 2010

james-cameron3At 10 PM The most successful film of all time—Avatar—was inspired by George W. Bush. “I was writing the film in early ’05,” director James Cameron tells The Movie Geeks. “We were at the peak of the fighting in the Iraq War. I was reacting to the fact that I was infuriated by us going there in the first place.”
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At noon Milling About’s Robin Milling flashes back to 2006, when she went one-on-one with country music powerhouse Billy Ray Cyrus—who turns 49 today. The Achy Breaky Heart singer gushed over daughter Miley, who was set to debut in Hannah Montana.
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At noon Heat & Soul’s Jory Fisher and Beth Scanzani come alive when Elisabeth von Trapp—granddaughter of Maria and Baron von Trapp, whose story inspired The Sound of Music—drops in to chat about her own music career, and what inspires her to compose.
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At 830 PM The Crazy Nick Show whoops it up with Chris Costello, daughter of the late Lou Costello—half of the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. Chris will discuss her dad’s 30-year career, which included vaudeville, radio, TV and movies, and what she’s doing to keep the legend alive.
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At 9 PM Voices of the Sacred Feminine Karen Tate welcomes Wiccan priestess Margot Elder, author of Drawing Down the Moon, which is considered a watershed in American Neopagan circles, as it offered the first comprehensive look at modern nature-based religions in America.
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At 3 PM E2 Radio hangs with Cliff Bell, veteran CIO and EnterpriseEfficiency.com blogger, who’ll share his firsthand insights into the issues and concerns that give today’s CIOs and IT leaders nightmares —from technology upgrades to cloud computing to Internet security.

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Weekly Highlights; August 7, 2010

robert-duvall-wbRobert Duvall reveals to Movie Geeks that the inspiration for his Godfather character, Tom Hagen, was real-life mob boss Carmine Galante’s lackey. “There was a guy who was a high-paid gofer that followed him around, and lit his cigarette, and pulled his chair out,” he says. “That was a key for me.”
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Billy Ray Cyrus tells Live from Music City how he picked the name for his new band. “Brother Clyde” sounds like it could be any genre of music,” he says. “Anything could be called Brother Clyde. I wanted Brother Clyde to be like Lynyrd Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet. Just a kick-ass rock ‘n’ roll band.”
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As with every hit sitcom that has wrapped, there’s always a chance that those involved in creating the magic will be enticed to reunite. So, naturally, Night Views Radio’s Robert Saul posed the million-dollar question to funnyman Brad Garrett—who was quick to respond…
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Mayor Ashley Judd? Senator Judd? President Judd? Could be—as the Helen star herself reveals on Milling About. “I just graduated Harvard,” she says. “It’s a possibility that I could run for office some day. I mean, the Kennedy School is certainly the ultimate formal power factory.”
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Women on the Move mixes it up with TV idol Antonio Sabato Jr., who’s also a professional auto racer. The former Calvin Klein model chats about his recent entree into the Mini Cooper circuit. “The car is just astonishing,” he says of the iconic British roadster. “It’s really fun to drive.”

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Long Live Rock host Sterling Whitaker kicks it with legendary rocker Randy Bachman, who recounts how he got back together with Bachman Turner Overdrive frontman Fred Turner. “Fred emailed me,” says Randy. “He said, ‘You wanna get together? This guy’s a fan of BTO.’”

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Country Crooner Billy Ray Cyrus: My New Band’s Like Lynyrd Skynyrd

Miley Cyrus‘ dad is bent on becoming a little less country and a lot more rock ‘n’ roll.

Interviewed on Live from Music City, Billy Ray Cyrus chats about the evolution of his new band, Brother Clyde, which he founded last year, but just last month revamped to include all new members—former Mötley Crüe and Hole drummer Samantha Maloney among them.

CAPTION: "I hope we got a whole lot of rock ‘n' roll ahead of us," Billy Ray (above) tells us of Brother Clyde.

"I hope we got a whole lot of rock ‘n' roll ahead of us," Billy Ray (above) says of Brother Clyde.

“You know what? I’m going to start a band and it’s going to be called Brother Clyde,” the Achy Breaky Heart singer tells host David Lowry.

“People say, ‘Why Brother Clyde?’ I go, ‘I don’t know—‘cause Brother Clyde sounds like it could be any genre of music. Anything you can think of could be called Brother Clyde.

“I wanted Brother Clyde to be like Lynyrd Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet. Just a kick-ass Continue reading

Daily Highlights; August 2, 2010

billy-ray-cyrusAt 9 PM Live from Music City, David Lowrey kicks it with Billy Ray Cyrus (aka Miley’s dad), who’ll introduce former Mötley Crüe member Samantha Maloney, the new drummer for his country rock band Brother Clyde—whose debut album drops Aug. 10 and sports a duet with Dolly Parton.
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At 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q quaffs and noshes with Micah Donovan, Christopher Martin and Nobu Adilman, hosts of the sizzling Cooking Channel series Food Jammers. The Canadian cooks will fill us in on what gets their creative juices flowing.
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At noon InnerSpeak Soul Adventures Radio host Jean Adrienne welcomes Dee Wallace, who shot to fame as Drew Barrymore’s mom in E.T., and is currently shooting The Story of Bonnie and Clyde with Hilary Duff, Thora Birch and Cloris Leachman.
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At 10 PM Let’s Talk About It’s Cheryl Bryantbruce welcomes Beverley Hills fine arts and celebrity memorabilia appraiser David Streets (with pal Mary Tyler Moore, above), whose clients range from Bill Clinton to Nicholas Cage to Chris Rock to Emeril Lagesse.
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At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised‘s Simon Applebaum celebrates his show’s third anniversary (way to go, SA!) by sitting down with Henry Schleiff, president and general manager of Investigation Discovery, and Ned Canty, director of the New York Television Festival.

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At 9 PM Stevie Mack whoops it up with fellow funnyman Michael Colyar, who, in 1990, won Star Search’s $100,000 grand-prize—and donated half of it to the homeless in Venice Beach, Calif. Michael will chat about his upcoming films, including Malice N Wonderland with Jamie Foxx.


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