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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with top Israelis on Israel

by The Halli Casser-Jayne Show in POLITICS

An unprecedented assembly of the world’s top Israeli journalists and dignitaries, including former Ambassador Yorum EttingerDr. Martin Sherman, Caroline Glick, Ruthie Blum and Michael Freund. Don’t miss this BlogTalkRadio exclusive event!


Wrestlemania fans: On-AIR WITH George ‘The Animal’ Steele

by Fan Junkies Radio in SPORTS

With WrestleMania just 4 days away, WWE legend George “The Animal” Steele discusses his new book, Animal, his iconic career and the wrestling world. Also: Extreme Rising star Luke Hawx.


‘SMASH’ Star Megan hilty’s solo CD is distinctly her

by CandiXRandy in ENTERTAINMENT

Megan Hilty, star of TV’s hit show Smash and Broadway’s WICKED, chats about her debut CD, It Happens All The Time, and her decision to buck the standards trend and record new songs.


‘DEADLIEST CATCh’ captain wild bill shares stories of his hazardous job

by Front Deck Entertainment in TELEVISION

With the new Deadliest Catch season premiering April 16, Wild Bill Wichrowski shares stories of king crab fishing in the Bering Sea, from brutal weather to sleep deprivation to treachery.


third time’s a charm? ‘Hangover 3′ actoR justin bartha 

by The Drew Show in MOVIES

Currently on NBC’s The New Normal, actor Justin Bartha will also be reprising his role in the upcoming third installment of The Hangover franchise. Get a sneak preview!


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Programming Highlights; June 24, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

gil-birmingham1On demand Gil Birmingham, who plays wheelchair-bound Billy Black in Twilight, is one spiritual guy. “The soul and essence of an individual isn’t determined by just their physicality,” he says to Artists on Demand—but adds, “Being in a wheelchair is a lot more comfortable than actually having to stand around for 12 hours.”

musiq-soulchildAt 1 PM Host Cyrus Webb grooves with R&B star Musiq Soulchild, whose 2002 album, Juslisen, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts and went platinum, yielding the singles Halfcrazy and Dontchange. The 11-time Grammy nominee will fill us in on his upcoming projects.

queen-harrisonAt 7 PM Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica mixes it up with Queen Harrison, the NCAA champion hurdler from Virginia Tech who competed in the 2008 Summer Olyimpics in Beijng. Queen will fill us in on what’s coming up next in her stellar track career.

gloria-hendry2At 8 PM Gloria Hendry—who, long before Halle Berry mixed it up with Pierce Brosnan—made history as the first-ever African American female lead in a James Bond flick—drops in on Four Aces Network to look back at her film career, which included starring in Black Caesar and Savage Sisters.

talib-kweliAt 9 PM Host Tazz Daddy kicks it with rapper Talib Kweli, who put in a guest performance on the Kanye West single Get ‘Em High—and on Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show, with pal Mos Def. Talib will talk about rap diva Nicki Minaj, what he can’t stand about his fans and more.

charles-keating1At 11 PM Host Silas Kain gets up close and personal with Emmy winner Charles Keating, who’s perhaps best known for playing Carl Hutchins on Another World, while also gracing such soaps as Port Charles and All My Children—not to mention Broadway and the West End.

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Mary and Rhoda Together Again? ‘I’ll Talk to Mary About It,’ Valerie Harper Tells Us

CAPTION: “I'm not snorting anything because we worried about spilling it on the dress,” Valerie (above, as Talullah) tells us of the coke scene.

“I'm not snorting anything because we worried about spilling it on the dress,” Valerie (above, as Talullah) tells us of the coke scene.

We’re not saying it’s a Mary-Rhoda reunion (just yet). But we’re not saying it’s not, either.

Interviewed on Let’s Do Lunch, the actress who immortalized Rhoda Morgenstern on that classic ‘70s sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and its spinoff, Rhoda, says yet another pairing could be in the BFFs’ future.

When host Robin Milling asks, “Will you ever reunite for a Mary Tyler Moore movie?” Valerie Harper—who did re-team with Mary for the 2000 TV flick Mary and Rhoda—replies:

“There’s no movie in the works for me at the moment, but you never know what’s gonna come up.

“Boy, what would we do this time? We’d be Continue reading

Broadway Legend Patti LuPone: ‘I Don’t Know How I’m Going to Get to Work’

As if the Great Recession isn’t bad enough, now the City of New York wants to make it even harder for Patti LuPone to earn a buck.

 CAPTION: “It’s scary,” Patti (above) tells us of the number of Broadway shows that’ve been shuttered.

“It’s scary,” Patti (above) tells us of the number of Broadway shows that have been shuttered.

In January, the diva’s Broadway revival of Gypsy closed two months ahead of schedule due to (as the producers put it) “these uncertain financial times.”

And even if she does return to the stage in the future, Patti’s not sure she can make her 8 p.m. curtain – assuming that NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg moves ahead with his plan to turn (as the New York Post‘s Page Six gossip column puts it today) “the Great White Way into the Great Walkway.”

Last month, Bloomberg unveiled a proposal for closing Broadway to vehiclular traffic from 47th to 42nd Streets – in the heart of Times Square – in order to build a series of pedestrian malls.

“I don’t know how I’m going to get to work. Excuse me, I’ve got a show – move over!” Patti tells TV Talk host Shaun Daily.

“What am I gonna do? Obviously [Bloomberg] doesn’t go to the theater. Well, maybe he does. [But] I’ve never seen him.”

To read how Page Six covered Shaun’s interview with Patti, click here.

To hear Patti’s full interview, click here.