Tune into hear a great example of cinch.fm at work as Robert Scoble interviews the Chief Scientist at NASA, Waleed Abdalati at the NASA Tweetup. Waleed speaks with Robert briefly about NASA’s past and upcoming projects. As Chief Scientist, Waleed serves as the principle science advisor to NASA and works with the White House, academic institutions and a host of other organizations to make sure NASA is focusing on the most useful scientific advances possible. You can find the entire interview here on Robert’s webpage.
Robin Milling of Milling About welcomes Ewan McGregor who has had many love interests, but none have touched him as much as his canine co-star, Cosmo, in his latest film Beginners. McGregor tells host Robin Milling how he bonded with the pup which led to his new love “Sid”.
Business Insanity Talk Radio‘s Barry Moltz discusses success tips from White House Insider, Laura Schwartz, former Special Assistant to the President and The White House Director of Events for the Clinton Administration.
This week Steve Rosenblum is joined by two conservative media icons. First up is Bill Whittle of PJTV‘s ‘Trifecta’ and ‘Afterburner’ shows. Then they talk with Tony Katz of PJTV’s ‘The Conversation’. Tony also has an increasingly successful syndicated radio show called ‘The Tony Katz Radio Spectacular’
Join Todd Griffiths with special guest Utah attorney, Larry Hilton. Hilton helped draft the law that recently established Gold and Silver as legal tender in Utah.
The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana welcomes Chicago Home + Garden magazine editor-in-chief Jan Parrto the studio, golf club customization expert Bob Mendrallais calling us up, and chatting about great car/chase movies with Chicago Film Critics Assocation vice president Erik Childress.
Pro Wrestling Report remembers “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Randy known for his flamboyant wardrobe and catch phrase “Ooooh yeahhh” passed away at the age of 58 on Friday, May 20, 2011.
The Breakdown was joined by George Lopez on the program!! You all know him as a funny guy, but he has some serious NBA knowledge too. He’ll breakdown the Lakers’ playoff meltdown against the Mavericks this year plus he’ll tell us why he won’t be crying if the Purple and Gold stink it up over the next few years.
David Anders joined the V.R.O.’s Vampire Diaries Month of May 2011 guest list! David is known for his role in the TV Series 24, Heroes, and Alias. Tonight he will be talking about his role has John Gilbert in the TV Series the Vampire Diaries.
Kate Sullivan interviews Geraldine Brooks, winner of a Pulitzer Prize award for fiction. Brooks, won the Pulitzer for her novel, MARCH, which won widespread acclaim. In this segment of About the Books, Kate talks with Geraldine Brooks about her novel, CALEB’S CROSSING, released this month from The Viking Press.
Bob Irwin: The late Steve “The Crocodile Hunter” Irwin’s father, who founded the Australia Zoo in 1970, sits down with Urban Jungles Radio host Danny Mendez to discuss the new conservation projects he’s heading up Down Under.
Lily Mariye: The actress to played Lily Jarvik on NBC’s ER from 1994 to 2009—and previously did guest turns on such hit series as Murphy Brown and Ally McBeal—chats with Breakfree to Success host Doug Foresta about her latest role, on Showtime’s Shameless.
Darryl M. Scott: The Delaware congressman, who serves as vice-chairman of the Education Committee and chairman of the Telecommunications, Internet and Technology committees, sits down with host LaSean “Mz Optimizm” Shelton to discuss issues governing the First State’s future.
Dee Lucas: The smooth-jazz sax virtuoso, who broke onto the scene in 2004 with the solo album Rememberance, drops in on Jazzin Em Up host Cres O’Neal to sample his new offering, Something to Ride 2, featuring the tracks Into the Night and Bayou.
Charal Thomas: 1979-2011. On Feb. 28, while driving in Ft. Worth, Texas, with his 3 kids, Charal Thomas—who was wanted on warrants—was pulled over by a cop in a routine check. Minutes later, after he pulled away, Charal was shot to death by the officer. Center Stage host Kheri Hines asks, Was it justified or homicide?
The O’s: Dallas-based Taylor Young and John Pedigo, who play multiple instruments in their alt-country acoustic duo, sit down with Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to discuss their new album, Between the Two, which features the tunes Remember You, We Are Young and Wreckin’ Ball.
Delroy Lindo: The star of such flicks as Ransom, Get Shorty, Clockers and Malcolm X sits down with Milling About host Robin Milling to discus his role opposite Jennifer Beals on the cop drama The Chicago Code, which debuts tonight on Fox.
Sam Huntington: The actor who plays a Josh in Being Human sits down with Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to talk about the new Syfy series, which follows the exploits of 3 roommates living in Boston who try to live normal lives despite being a vampire, ghost and werewolf.
Howard Hewett: The former lead singer for Shalamar, which charted with tunes like Dancing in the Streets and The Second Time Around—and who was formerly married to Fame hottie Nia Peeples—drops by Wealthy Sistas to hang with host Deborah Hardnett.
Tim DeKay: The actor who has appeared in such series as CSI: Miami and Cold Case stops by Buzzworthy Radio to chat with host NaVell Lee about his starring role opposite Sex and the City’s Willie Garson in USA Network’s White Collar.
Josh Rosenzweig: The gay activist drops in on Tomorrow Will Be Televised to dish with host Simon Applebaum about his new talk show, Just Josh, which airs on the cable channel here! and has sported appearances by such celebs as Molly Shannon and Isabella Rossellini.
Deepak Chopra: The mind-body healing pioneer stops by Chopra Center Radio to chat with host davidji about his new book, Soul of Leadership. Also during this Hour of Enlightenment, you’ll be guided through a process that helps you connect to your deepest dreams and desires.
Denyce Graves: The mezzo-soprano —who USA Today has hailed as “an operatic superstar of the 21st century”—drops in on The African American Voice in Classical Music to chat with host Patrick D. McCoy about the church’s role in her development as an artist.
Rosamund Pike: The Die Another Day Bond girl stops by Movie Geeks United to talk with hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis about her latest flick, Barney’s Version, co-starring Dustin Hoffman, Paul Giamatti and Minnie Driver. Plus: The Freebie actress Katie Aselton.
Eric Williams: The former hoops star —whose wife, Jennifer (right), recently ripped fellow NBA spouse Erin Barry for getting cozy with Eva Longoria’s soon-to-be ex-hubby Tony Parker—drops in on host DeAnna “Mz Deeva” Shields to chat about all the Basketball Wives hoop-la.
Jay Sean: The British rap star’s chat with SAJA host Sree Sreenivasan from January of last year is officially BlogTalkRadio’s No. 1 most popular show of 2010—with more than 443,500 listens. If you’re among Jay’s many fans across the globe, tweet him today @jaysean and say, “Nice going!”
TC Carson: The actor-crooner, who played Kyle Barker on the Fox sitcom Living Single, and recently starred in the Houston’s Ensemble Theater Company’s production of Five Guys Named Moe, chats with Layin’ It on the Line host Reginald Ford about his new CD, Truth.
AJ Cook: The Canadian cutie who plays Jennifer “JJ” Jareau on Criminal Minds—and who previously starred in Fox’s supernatural series Tru Calling—stops by Buzzworthy Radio to chat with host NaVell Lee about what’s coming up on the CBS FBI profiler series.
Queen Harrison: The NCAA champion hurdler from Virginia Tech who competed in the 2008 Summer Olyimpics in Beijng stops by the Get Up Show to fill host Chris LaMonica on her new deal with sporting-goods maker Saucony—and about snagging the 2010 Bowerman Award.
LaSean Shelton: Our Mz OptimiZm host holds open auditions for kids 5 to 17 year old who want to strut their singing, rapping, instrumental or spoken-word talents while trying out for a spot in at the Nu-Reign Talent Showcase Concert in NYC. Semi-finalists will be featured on Dover, Del.’s WAMS FM.
Liz Lee: The My Life as Liz star stops by her favorite radio show—Somewhere in Vegas—to hang with host Marq with a Q while chatting about Season 2 of her hit MTV series, which gets under way Feb. 8, and about her new comedy album, Lady Ha Ha.
Malik Spellman: The gang mediator for A&E’s reality series The Peacemaker: L.A. Gang Wars—which is produced by Ice T—chats with Real Talk’s Michael McFadden about putting on a bulletproof vest to go to work, then spending the rest of his day making sure no one shoots anyone.
Wally Bryson: The Raspberries guitarist, who—with frontman Eric Carmen—co-wrote the band’s 1972 hit, Go All the Way, sits down with Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to fill us in on his latest musical venture, the Bryson Group, featuring son Jesse Bryson, and that group’s new CD, Dry.
Jesse Palmer: The former NFL quarterback, who’s now a college football analyst for ESPN, drops in on Ask Mom RN host Tamara Walker to chat about his “Bowl Game” promotion for charity. Plus: Dr. Michelle May, author of Am I Hungry? What to Do When Diets Don’t Work.
Jacob Arback: The CEO of MUSL-TV, which focuses on physical competition and culture, stops by Tomorrow Will Be Televised to chat with host Simon Applebaum about what to expect on the new cable net. Plus: Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver, creators of the Syfy series Being Human.
Ron Perlman: Shooting the upcoming feature film Drive with Ryan Gosling was hell for the Hellboy star. “We had this scene in the Pacific Ocean where he’s trying to kill me. We shot it during high tide at 3:30 in the morning,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “My back was to the ocean, I was facing the beach and this wave just came and knocked me clear 20 feet in the air and I ended up ass-over-tea-kettle. I ripped something in my knee… It’s hard to walk on it. I think I’m gonna need some surgery on this one. There’s some structural damage in there.”
Keshia Chanté: The Juno Award-winning Canadian Princess of Pop—who was signed to her first record deal at age 14, before appearing in the 2006 Bow Wow video Shortie Like Mine—stops by Real Talk to chat with host Michael A. McFadden about her upcoming album, Night and Day.
Hope Flood: The funny lady, who’s been a featured act on BET’s Comic View for 10 seasons—and who was one of only two female comedians to appear on Martin Lawrence’s Starz 1st Amendment Stand-Up special—hangs with Layin’ It on the Line host Reginald Ford.
Marianne Williamson: The Peace Alliance Founder—4 of whose books have been New York Times bestsellers—chats with Gab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett about her new offering, A Course In Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever.
Simon Winthrop: The Las Vegas magician, whom Harry Hamlin hailed for his “unbelievably awesome prestidigations” and Tom Cruise simply called “unbelievable,” drops in on host Olivia Wilder to discuss his artistry his private-client gigs—like the one recently staged for Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
Clarence Burke: The founding member of Chicago-based soul quintet The Five Stairsteps—whose 1970 hit O-o-h Child is ranked among Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time—stops by EnergyTwist to chat about his “Unplugged, Up Close & Personal” tour.