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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: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

todd-rundgren1Rundgren Radio host Doug Ford gets busy with the man himself—Todd Rundgren. The Hello It’s Me singer—who also produced MeatLoaf’s Bat out of Hell album—will discuss his Todd/Healing tour, which gets under way Sept. 5 in Akron, Ohio.
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At 10 PM Talking Smooth Jazz’s Terri Scott grooves with George Duke, who has recorded with such masters as Frank Zappa, Jean-Luc Ponty, George Clinton and Anita Baker. The piano virtuoso will chat about his new album, Déjà Vu, which embraces styles ranging from funk to samba.
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At 930 AM Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone hangs with self-proclaimed socialite Natalie Nunn, a cast member on the hit Oxygen series Bad Girls Club, who’ll chat about her role as celebrity judge for that network’s newest show, Hair Battle Spectacular.
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At 10 AM AACONS’ Marie Stroughter sits down with Michelle Malkin, whose twice-weekly column appears in papers from the New York Post to the Miami Herald to the Houston Chronicle. The conservative commentator will discuss her updated bestseller, Culture of Corruption.
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At 8 PM Women on the Move gets down to business with attorney Victoria Pynchon, author of the Settle It Now Negotiation Blog, who has been called a “master of conflict resolution and deposition skills.” Victoria recently became a regular contributor to Forbes.com’s “On the Docket” column.
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On demand Music on the Couch host Vinny Bond hangs with singer-songwiter Annie Fitzgerald, who’s just two weeks away from the release of her debut album, In Good Time. Plus: Veteran blues singer—and Memphis scene darling—Reba Russell.


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Programming Highlights; May 4, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
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Today’s Programming Highlights:

royAt 8:30 PM Rundgren Radio’s Doug Ford gets busy with legendary sports commentator Roy Firestone, the former face of ESPN’s SportsLook who now hosts HD Net’s Face to Face. (Roy, in case you’re wondering, is a huge Todd Rundgren fan.)

antoine-fisherAt 8:30 PM KCGirlfriends BkClub welcomes writer Antwone Fisher, whose 2001 memoir, Finding Fish, was made into a feature film directed by Denzel Washington. Antwone will preview his new book, A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie and Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life.

peter-buffett-scrollerAt 9 PM OM Times Radio host Chris Onefeather chats with musician Peter Buffett, who won an Emmy for scoring the CBS miniseries 500 Nations—and whose dad is billionaire Warren Buffett—about his new book, Life Is What You Make It. Continue reading

Oh, Snaps! BlogTalkRadio Host Cozies up to Todd Rundgren in the Carolinas

Not wanting to be outdone by Fruit Salad hosts Pauly & Rico’s summer love fest with the celebrity set, Doug Ford sent us this pic of himself with legendary rocker Todd Rundgren.

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Todd (left) and Doug: Doin' hors d'oeuvres in Dixie.

As host of BlogTalkRadio’s Rundgren Radio – which features interviews with musicians associated with the Bang The Drum All Day singer’s career – Doug of course holds a special place in Todd’s heart.

Just this week, in fact, Todd told The Mountain Times of Boone, N.C., that Doug “does an outstanding job” with his BlogTalkRadio show.

As for Doug’s tête-à-tête with Todd, the two shared (what look like) Swedish meatballs recently at a Greenville, N.C., eatery.

XTC Guitar Player Dave Gregory

BlogTalkRadio welcomes Dave Gregory, lead guitarist and of the new wave band XTC, to the Todd Rundgren show.

Dave Gregory Today at 2pm ET, Dave Gregory the lead guitarist of the new wave, rock, pop band, XTC, from 1979 to 1999. He also contributed keyboards and backing vocals to their work. This is a great follow up to Doug’s last show featuring XTC Frontman Andy Partridge.

Since leaving XTC Gregory has been much in demand as a session musician with a number of artists.

XTC enjoyed some significant chart success in the late 70s and early 80s in England, they are more known for their long-standing critical success than for making hit records. Find out more today.