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Programming Highlights; July 13, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

rachael-cantuAt 3 PM Radio Free Radio host Jeff Taylor kicks it with indie singer-songwriter Rachael Cantu, who has opened for B.B. King and whose tunes have been feauted on ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars and ABC’s Private Practice.

mike-petrone At 6:30 PM Indie Lady host Adrienne Manson gets busy with rapper Mike Petrone, whose influences range from Eminem to Bob Marley, and whose debut single, Crank It is featured on To the Fallen Records’ Hip Hop’s Volume 2.

matthew-mungleAlso at 8 PM 123 Film!’s Sam Heer hangs with Hollywood special-effects artist Matthew W. Mungle, who won and Oscar for his work on Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula, and whose other credits include Steven Spielberg’s Schlinder’s List and Rob Reiner’s The Bucket List

sam-cutlerAt 9 PM Icon Fetch sits down with Sam Cutler, who was road manager for the Rolling Stones during their ‘69 tour that ended in the Altamont Speedway concert—where 1 person was murdered and 3 others died accidentally. Sam will discuss his new book, You Can’t Always Get What You Want.

scott-pattersonAt 10 PM Olivia Wilder rolls out the red-hot carpet for Scott Patterson, who captured countless feminine hearts as Luke Danes on Gilmore Girls. The former MLB player will chat about his role in the upcoming NBC series The Event, and in the big-screen flick The Frankenstein Brothers.

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SoundBits: ‘Poor Chef’ Charles Mattocks’ Healthy Lifestyle (and Famous Uncle!)

Beautiful dreamer.

Charles: Beautiful dreamer.

If I had to choose a bunch of BlogTalkRadio hosts to sit down with and lift a few pints at the local pub, Charles Mattocks would be on the short list for sure. For one thing, he’s Bob Marley’s nephew! For another, he hosts a show that – as a food blogger – is right up my alley. Oh, and did I mention he has his own spice line and he hosts a syndicated TV show – also called The Poor Chef? Interesting tales for sure.

Since we’re not within drinking distance of each other, we’ll have to find out about Charles, a single dad who hails from Tampa, Fla., through this week’s edition of SoundBits. Thanks, Charles, for taking the time out to “dish” with us.

Give us a 15-second pitch for your BlogTalkRadio show – why should listeners tune in?

The Poor Chef is all about health, life and family. I try to keep the program free of politics and other radical topics that most feel they need to talk about to be entertaining. My family values and love of education allows me to bring out the best in people – not unlike Barack Obama.  I seeks to find answers in such a way that all can feel good about the next step in the lives – from weight-loss to handling depression. I also have celebrities on the show who value giving and are not looking for anything in return.

Tell us two things listeners would be surprised to learn about you?

I love quiet times at home. I love to relax and watch movies and dim the lights and do, well, just nothing.

And I can be very quiet at times – and I’m a romantic. The persona people see on TV is not who I am most of the time. We have to entertain, but  I find myself just wanting to be a regular person most of the time. When people meet me they say I’m nothing like the guy they see on TV, or hear on the radio. I also dream a lot. I dream of amazing things to do and places to go with the person I love or would like to be in love with.

Livin' large work on his set.

Livin' large on his set.

Who’s your broadcasting hero?

Howard Stern. The guy came from nothing and built an empire. No one believed in him. His style was nothing like what was out there on radio. A lot of people have tried to imitate him and he has lasted the trials of the business and made others around him rich along the way.

If you could book any person on earth as a guest on your show, who would it be and why?

Nelson Mandela. I feel he has a lot to to offer the world. He has been through so much and has endured trials of the likes of Ghandi or Martin Luther King. He represents a generation that is passing away.  But this great man should not be forgotten.

As we speak, what are you wearing?

Boxers and a t-shirt.

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever done while in the middle of hosting your show?

Laid on my back in my boxers and t-shirt in the dark.

The Poor Chef Welcomes Damien "E Love" Matthias

From the man who taught you how to put a great meal on for seven bucks, comes the BlogTalkRadio show that combines celebrities, food and entertainment.

Tonight at 9pm ET, Charles “The Poor Chef” Mattocks will be talking with legendary music producer, musician and award winner Damien “E Love” Matthias, LL Cool J’s former right hand man. E Love will share what it was like being with the actor / rapper in the early years and explain how they got started – to how they ended – their long relationship. E Love will talk about his own projects and what the future has in store.

Also on the show, some great food talk from Barbara Ware and The Poor Chef will be judging a South Carolina cook-off. Get the dish AND the scoop tonight with The Poor Chef.

The Poor Chef Welcomes Damien “E Love” Matthias

From the man who taught you how to put a great meal on for seven bucks, comes the BlogTalkRadio show that combines celebrities, food and entertainment.

Tonight at 9pm ET, Charles “The Poor Chef” Mattocks will be talking with legendary music producer, musician and award winner Damien “E Love” Matthias, LL Cool J’s former right hand man. E Love will share what it was like being with the actor / rapper in the early years and explain how they got started – to how they ended – their long relationship. E Love will talk about his own projects and what the future has in store.

Also on the show, some great food talk from Barbara Ware and The Poor Chef will be judging a South Carolina cook-off. Get the dish AND the scoop tonight with The Poor Chef.