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Daily Highlights; August 17, 2010

chris-martinAt 8 pm The Focal Spot host Fredelyne Alcide rolls with Christopher Martin, aka Play from the hip-hop superduo Kid ‘n Play, whose 1990 album, Funhouse, went platinum. Chris will fill us in on what’s up with his career, while reliving his glory days among the A-list set.
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On Demand Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman hangs with Christoper Gorham, who played America Ferrara’s beau on Ugly Betty. The former Party of Five cast member will discuss his latest role—opposite Peter Gallagher—as blind CIA officer Auggie Anderson on USA’s Covert Affairs.
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At 4 PM Host Dangerous Lee is back—and living up to her moniker as she gets up close and personal with Denise Matthews, whom Prince fans know better as Vanity. Now a Christian preacher, the former singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and crack addict will chat about the righteous path.
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At 10 AM Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone kicks it with fantasy hair designer Derek J from the new Oxygen reality series Hair Battle Spectacular. Plus: Aspiring Playboy Playmate Kristen Guinane from Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club: Miami.

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At 9 PM Buzzworthy Radio’s NaVell Lee goes one-on-one with Daniel Goddard, who plays Cane Ashby on The Young and the Restless. The Aussie actor—who’ll take questions from callers—will discuss his character’s newfound fatherhood, and his relationship with TV wife Christel Khalil.
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On Demand EnergyTwist grooves with Double Exposure, the Philly-based disco band who’ve been together for 50 years, and whose 1976 club hit Ten Percent, was the world’s first commercial available 12-inch single. The industry vets chat about their career and upcoming projects.


*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.

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Programming Highlights; March 29, 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:

lucy-lieuAt 1 PM Charlie’s Angels star Lucy Liu—who rose to fame playing Ling Woo on Ally McBeal—drops in on The Ask Mom RN Show to discuss infant anemia and what’s being done to help eradicate this global health crisis.

 

 

someone-for-christieAt 2 PM Amy Cosper, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, drops in on Train with Shane to discuss the latest small-business trends.

 

 



Bonnie Jill LaflinAt 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas welcomes Deal or No Deal model Bonnie-Jill Laflin—who has also been a Maxim centerfold, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and the L.A. Lakers’ first-ever female scout—to discuss her plans for March Madness.

 

 



dangerous-for-christieAt 9 PM BTR’s favorite daughter, Dangerous Lee, returns for one night only to celebrate the release of her first book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down. Returning with DL—for book giveaways and other surprises—is co-host Hassahn Phenomenon.

 

 



vivian-green-for-christieAlso at 9 PM R&B star Vivian Green, who has had three singles—Emotional Rollercoaster, Gotta Go and I Like Itrocket to No. 1 on the dance charts, drops in on Mutha to preview her new album, Beautiful, which drops April 6.

 

 




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Bittersweet: Dangerous Lee’s Last BlogTalkRadio Show

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When I began working for BlogTalkRadio last year, one of the first happy anniversary posts I wrote was for Dangerous Lee. Now, almost exactly  a year later, I’m writing about Dangerous Lee again, only this time it’s bittersweet. Dangerous Lee is taking a hiatus from hosting her own BlogTalkRadio show. Tonight at 8:00, she offers her swan song.

As a writer, no one understands Dangerous Lee’s reason for leaving more than me. Writing is her passion too and she’s taking some time for herself and for her writing. “I suppose it’s been a long time coming.” She told me. “I have done the show for two straight years without a break and quite frankly I need one. I love writing. It’s my passion. And, after trying to get noticed by publishers without any luck it’s time for me to take control and make it happen for myself.” Honey, I hear that. Though she’s vague with the details, Dangerous Lee tells us she is writing a book filled with fictional short stories.

Dangerous Lee has many fond memories of her two years as weekly radio host for BlogTalkRadio and it’s hard for her to pinpoint a favorite moment. “Oh wow! There are so many.” She responded after I asked her to nail down a memory. “I can’t think of any that stick out more than others. It’s been a crazy ride with lots of twists and turns. I’ve had a ball!”

Though it’s sad that we won’t be listening to the Dangerous Lee show every Friday night, you can be assured she’ll still be around. “I will still be a part of The Radio Happy Hour every Tuesday night at 9pm. It’s the #1 comedy show on the network. I’d be a fool to leave Dr. Blogstein and Vinny all alone.” We agree. Some folks need a little supervision.

When asked if she had any final words for her listeners and the BlogTalkRadio community Dangerous Lee responded,”Thanks for listening. Thanks for the love and the support. I’ll miss you!”

We’re going to miss you too!

Dr. Blogstein's Radio Happy Hour

My favorite types of blog posts are the ones where I get to profile the hosts and let you see the person behind the microphone. Today we’re pleased to give you a Q&A with Dr. Blogstein whose Radio Happy Hour is one of BlogTalkRadio‘s more popular segments.

Dr. B was kind enough to tell us a little about himself, his show and offer some tips to the other hosts. I won’t go on and on, but I will say this: Those who have never listened in to the Radio Happy Hour can now see why Dr. Blogstein is so entertaining and why folks leave his show with a good, upbeat feeling.

Tell us about your Radio Happy Hour

The World Wide Web is full of people who have no friends.  For one hour a week, we will be your best friends.  We’ll make you laugh, introduce you to cool people, play games, and every once in a while we’ll engage you in thought-provoking conversation.

That’s not to say that people with friends shouldn’t listen.  In fact, I guarantee we’ll leave you with something to talk to your buddies about.

How long have you hosted your radio show?

The Radio Happy Hour has been on every week since February 13, 2007.

What made you decide to do a radio show – and why did you choose BlogTalkRadio over more traditional forms of podcasting?

In all seriousness, I’ve been doing this show for my entire life. It’s just that now, other people can hear it. It’s really quite a relief to finally have an outlet for my obnoxious one-liners and immature jokes.

I chose BlogTalkRadio over any and every other vehicle because that Alan Levy is just so damn cute.


To what do you attribute your show’s success?

Dangreous Lee and Vinny Bond.  Without Dangerous Lee by my side and Vinny Bond patrolling the live, interactive chatroom, there would be no Radio Happy Hour.  This show is the perfect example of a scenario in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. On our own, we’re three dopey knuckleheads, but put us together and we’re Radio Magic.


How do you come by your guests?

Now its 50-50.  I reach out to half of my guests and the rest of the time they reach out to us.  I got the “guest ball” rolling initially by cashing in on all the favors people owed me!

Who are some of your favorite hosts and what are some of your favorite BTR shows?

There are other shows?  No kidding!

Actually, there really are some excellent radio programs on BTR. 

Movie Geeks United is a high-quality, high-end broadcast that’s always very professionally produced.  Annie and Burl are the Regis and Kelly of BlogTalkRadio and Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman is BTR’s Charlie Rose.

I’m always discovering other gems on BTR, so it pays to dig around.

Any tips you’d like to offer for promoting segments and bringing in the listeners?

The more people that you include on your show, the more people you’ll have to bring listeners to your show.   If you give roles on your show to your buddy Joe, Aunt Silvia and Jerry the Mailman then Joe, Silvia and Jerry will all have their friends and family tune in. And if those people like what they hear, they’ll tell their friends and family. But it’s not enough to get an audience; the key is to keep an audience. You have to be interesting and entertaining.

What advice do you have to offer someone who might be considering a radio show but might be a little shy?

A couple drinks a half hour before you go on air should loosen you up.

What’s can we expect in the future from Dr. Blogstein and his Radio Happy Hour?

You can continue to expect interesting guests, compelling conversation and an incredibly handsome host on the live web cam.  And also, since its live and on the internet you can expect that at any moment, you’ll hear something you’d never heard before.

Catch Dr. Blogstein’s Radio Happy Hour tonight at 9:00 EST. His guests are Francia Raisa from “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” and Lorna Scott who is starring in the new film “Wanted.”

Dr. Blogstein’s Radio Happy Hour

My favorite types of blog posts are the ones where I get to profile the hosts and let you see the person behind the microphone. Today we’re pleased to give you a Q&A with Dr. Blogstein whose Radio Happy Hour is one of BlogTalkRadio‘s more popular segments.

Dr. B was kind enough to tell us a little about himself, his show and offer some tips to the other hosts. I won’t go on and on, but I will say this: Those who have never listened in to the Radio Happy Hour can now see why Dr. Blogstein is so entertaining and why folks leave his show with a good, upbeat feeling.

Tell us about your Radio Happy Hour

The World Wide Web is full of people who have no friends.  For one hour a week, we will be your best friends.  We’ll make you laugh, introduce you to cool people, play games, and every once in a while we’ll engage you in thought-provoking conversation.

That’s not to say that people with friends shouldn’t listen.  In fact, I guarantee we’ll leave you with something to talk to your buddies about.

How long have you hosted your radio show?

The Radio Happy Hour has been on every week since February 13, 2007.

What made you decide to do a radio show – and why did you choose BlogTalkRadio over more traditional forms of podcasting?

In all seriousness, I’ve been doing this show for my entire life. It’s just that now, other people can hear it. It’s really quite a relief to finally have an outlet for my obnoxious one-liners and immature jokes.

I chose BlogTalkRadio over any and every other vehicle because that Alan Levy is just so damn cute.


To what do you attribute your show’s success?

Dangreous Lee and Vinny Bond.  Without Dangerous Lee by my side and Vinny Bond patrolling the live, interactive chatroom, there would be no Radio Happy Hour.  This show is the perfect example of a scenario in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. On our own, we’re three dopey knuckleheads, but put us together and we’re Radio Magic.


How do you come by your guests?

Now its 50-50.  I reach out to half of my guests and the rest of the time they reach out to us.  I got the “guest ball” rolling initially by cashing in on all the favors people owed me!

Who are some of your favorite hosts and what are some of your favorite BTR shows?

There are other shows?  No kidding!

Actually, there really are some excellent radio programs on BTR. 

Movie Geeks United is a high-quality, high-end broadcast that’s always very professionally produced.  Annie and Burl are the Regis and Kelly of BlogTalkRadio and Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman is BTR’s Charlie Rose.

I’m always discovering other gems on BTR, so it pays to dig around.

Any tips you’d like to offer for promoting segments and bringing in the listeners?

The more people that you include on your show, the more people you’ll have to bring listeners to your show.   If you give roles on your show to your buddy Joe, Aunt Silvia and Jerry the Mailman then Joe, Silvia and Jerry will all have their friends and family tune in. And if those people like what they hear, they’ll tell their friends and family. But it’s not enough to get an audience; the key is to keep an audience. You have to be interesting and entertaining.

What advice do you have to offer someone who might be considering a radio show but might be a little shy?

A couple drinks a half hour before you go on air should loosen you up.

What’s can we expect in the future from Dr. Blogstein and his Radio Happy Hour?

You can continue to expect interesting guests, compelling conversation and an incredibly handsome host on the live web cam.  And also, since its live and on the internet you can expect that at any moment, you’ll hear something you’d never heard before.

Catch Dr. Blogstein’s Radio Happy Hour tonight at 9:00 EST. His guests are Francia Raisa from “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” and Lorna Scott who is starring in the new film “Wanted.”

Dangerous Lee Celebrates One Year at BlogTalkRadio

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This is a week of anniversaries. On Tuesday, the Fruit Salad Show celebrated its one-year radio-versary with BlogTalkRadio. On Wednesday, it was MediaLizzy‘s turn. Today, we offer congratulations to Dangerous Lee on finishing up her first year on the air with BTR.

Drop by tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST to help Dangerous and HP celebrate. In addition to their anniversary festivities, the duo welcomes comedian Mellodee and rapper/hip-hop artist Mic Mountain.

The party also includes you. Call in or stop in to chat. It promises to be a great time.

Madame X and Klymaxx Artist Bernadette Cooper

Founder and member of the 80’s/90s all female R&B/Pop Band Klymaxx and creative force behind the 90’s all girl group “Madame X,” Bernadette Cooper gets Dangerous tonight on BlogTalkRadio.

Cooper Songwriter, producer and video director Bernadette Cooper joins Dangerous Lee tonight at 8pm ET for an exclusive interview.

She released her critically acclaimed debut solo album in the mid 90’s and later performed with such artists as Bette Midler, Lenny Kravitz, Teena Marie, George Clinton (former BlogTalkRadio guest), Salt & Pepa (also former guests), Paula Abdul & T.L.C, just to name a few.

Meet up with this iconic and talented artist tonight on BlogTalkRadio

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Thursday, February 7th is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and hosts on BlogTalkRadio helping with that awareness.

SLRalph Tonight at 9pm ET original DREAMGIRL, Sheryl Lee Ralph, acclaimed veteran of film, television and the Broadway stage joins Abundant Solutions Hour with Gregory & Brian to discuss the loves, lives, and losses of women infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Also at 9pm ET tonight, Movement Talk Radio is hosting a special two-hour episode in honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

Thursday at 9pm ET, humor advice columnist, author and actress, Dangerous Lee, will also be doing a show on the topic.

Find out more at BlackAidsDay.Org