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Daily Highlights: Friday, September 3, 2010

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At 3 PM The wOw Effect host Julia Reed whoops it up with Bryan Batt, who plays Salvatore Romano on the critically-acclaimed AMC series Mad Men. The flamboyant actor will chat about his new book, She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother: A Memoir.
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At 9 PM Suspense Radio host—and Suspense Magazine editor—John Raab gets up close and personal with Fox News Channel legal analyst Lis Wiehl, whose latest thriller (authored with April Henry) is titled Face of Betrayal. Plus: A Bad Day’s Work scribe Nora McFarland.
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On Demand: Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone tees off with Mark Rolfing, host of the new NBC Sports show Global Golf Adventure, which has the PGA pro traveling to the world’s most spectacular links, while sitting down to chat with fellow pros and celebrities.
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At 5 PM Variety TopicsSonia Fitch chats with Stephanie Dolgoff—whom the The New York Times has described as “an earthbound cross between two Julias—Roberts and Louis-Dreyfus”—about her new book, My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatches From Just the Other Side of Young.
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At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with game- and reality-show executive producer Phil Gurin, who’s currently running The Singing Bee and Your Chance To Dance on Country Music Television.
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At 6:30 PM Your Time with Josie host Josie Passantino gives it up for Lydia Salnikova, former lead vocalist and keyboard player for the Grammy-nominated band Bering Strait. The Russian-born diva will chat about her upcoming solo collaboration with producer Alain Mallet.


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Daily Highlights; August 23, 2010

chris-gorham-3At 930 AM Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone hangs with Christopher 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 9 PM Mutha Knows host Mutha lets is all hang out with R&B crooner Calvin Richardson, whose new album, America’s Most Wanted, featuring the Barry White-like single You’re So Amazing, drops Aug. 31.
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At 10 PM Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson swings with jazz diva Joan Cartwright, who has sung with such masters as John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis while performing on 5 continents. Joan is also author of Women in Jazz and The Sign of the Blues.
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At 2 PM E2 Radio welcomes Bob Evans, senior VP and director of Information Week’s Global CIO business unit—whose knowledge of enterprise IT and the concerns of CIOs is virtually unparalleled—and Fredric Paul, editor-in-chief of EnterpriseEfficiency.com.
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At 10 AM British choreographer Danny Teeson, who serves as a judge on the hit Oxygen series Dance Your Ass Off, drops in to chat with Film Festival Radio about teaching such bold-face names as Diana Ross, Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and Kylie Minogue to shake their groove thangs.
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At 11 AM Buzzworthy Radio host NaVell Lee mixes it up with Cody Rhodes, son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty “American Dream” Rhodes. The former 3-time World Tag Team Champion moved from the WWE to SmackDown in April, where he continues to carry on Dusty’s legacy.

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Programming Highlights: July 15, 2010

keyshawn-johnson1ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson, who helped lead the Tampa Bay Bucs to victory in Super Bowl XXXVII, drops in to preach the importance of a college education—“Because football does not last forever. And there is a saying in the National Football League: NOT FOR LONG!” on The AllStar Approach. (On demand.)

crystal-harrisAt 5 PM Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone gets up close and personal with Crystal Harris, Playboy’s December 2009 Playmate of the Month, who’s been dating Hugh Hefner for 17 months. Crystal will chat about her music career and her E! series, The Girls Next Door.

modern-englishAt noon Robin Milling chats with Modern English, who had a huge hit with 1982’s I Melt with You—Vicks Synex’s use of which doesn’t sit well with pianist Stephen Walker. “I don’t fancy the connection there,” he says. “Oh, you got a sore nose—I melt with you. How does that work?”

penny-hardaway1At 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show’s star contributor —and former NBA sensation—Penny Hardaway turns 39 Sunday. And to mark the occasion, fellow A-listers like NFL wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be stopping by. Plus: Penny springs some news about his next career move.
dustin-pariAt 10 PM PSI-FI Para-Radio host Donna Stewart conjures up Dustin Pari, aka The Paranormal Rock Star from Syfy’s Ghost Hunters International. Dustin will offer his views on the 2012 Prophesy—about which he has said, “I find it more plausible than the other endgame scenarios.”

paula-begoun-161At 9 PM Traveling can be stressful enough without having to worry about toting bulky skin- care and makeup essentials. Find out what host—and world traveler—Paula Begoun does to ensure she sails through airport security and arrives at every destination looking fresh-faced and ready to go

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Programming Highlights; June 18, 2010

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

 

aphrodite-jonesAt noon Host Carlotta Chatwood goes one-on-one with Aphrodite Jones, host of the Investigating Discovery series True Crimes and author of Michael Jackson Conspiracy, based on the King of Pop’s 2005 trial—and extreme media bias against him.

 

david-provalAt 2 PM Mr. Media says ‘cent’anni’ to David Proval, who played Richie Aprile in The Sopranos 26 years after getting his start in Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets. The paisan will chat about his role in Just 45 Minutes from Broadway, at Santa Monica’s Edgemar Center for the Arts.

 

al-chalkAt 5 PM Host Caleb Jones kicks it with Al Chalk, Hollywood’s leading voice-over artist, who has appeared in trailers for every major studio—from Dreamworks SKG to Warner Bros—as well as in promos for ABC, Spike TV and every network in between. Al will answer listener questions about the V.O. industry.

 

al-jarreau1 At 7 PM WDKK Radio host Darryl Williams is live at Oak Lane Jazz & Arts Festival in Philadelphia today through Sunday, where he’ll groove—and chat—with Al Jarreau, Dave Sanborn, George Duke, Sonny Fortune, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band and other headliners.

 

kimberly-locke-1 At 7 PM Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone chats with Kimberley Locke, the 2003 American Idol finalist who went on to star on Celebrity Fit Club. The diva will discuss her work as an HIV/AIDS activist, and her poppin’ new single, Strobelight.

 

theo-alexanderAt 9 PM Artists on Demand fawn over Theo Alexander, who’s joined the cast of True Blood in the role of Talbot—half of a same-sex power couple who’ve been together for 700 years. “He loves his husband,” Theo has told Access Hollywood of Talbot. “They have a great relationship.”

 

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images2P.S. Don’t forget to take a moment to tell Oprah, “We want Chenese!”

Programming Highlights; June 9, 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:

 

joan-rivers2 At 1 PM Joan Rivers—whose new flick, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, opens Friday—has seen everything during her 50 years in showbiz. “One time a heckler started heckling and projectile-vomited all over the stage,” she tells host Robin Milling. “Once a guy died while I was onstage in Vegas.”

 

michael-korytaAt 1 PM Little Brown welcomes L.A. Times Book Prize winner Michael Koryta for a discussion of his new novel, So Cold the River—which fellow scribe Michael Connelly has said “is guaranteed to put the cold finger down your spine.”

 

michael-welch-2At 4:30 Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone scares up an interview with Michael Welch, who plays Bella Swan’s human suitor, Mike Newton, in the smash- hit Twilight series. Michael will chat about his role in the latest installment, Eclipse, opening June 30.

 

terri-j-vaughn-1 At 8 PM Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris mixes it up with Terri J. Vaughn, who first captured our hearts as Lovita Alizay Jenkins Robinson on The Steve Harvey Show. The wife of former Chicago Bear Karon Riley will chat about her role in Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.

 

mark-pellegrino1 At 10 PM Lost Causes host Jamie Ruby gets up close and personal with Mark Pellegrino, who played Jacob on ABC’s recently-wrapped Lost. The mega-hunk will fill us in on his starring role opposite Friday Night Lights’ Alicia Witt in the upcoming big-screen flick, Joint Body.

 

manu-intiraymi-1At 11 PM The Sphere beams in Manu Intiraymi, who played Icheb on Star Trek: Voyager—and says of his future dramatic aspirations, “I desperately want Stephen King to let me audition for The Dark Tower series when it gets produced.” The actor will chat about his new charitable effort.

 

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Programming Highlights; May 7, 2010

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

soledad-scroller11At noon Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone sits down with CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, whose new documentary, Rescued—which focuses on the plight of Haitian children orphaned by the Januuary 12 earthquake—debuts May 8.

bryan-batt At 1 PM Host Robin Milling gets up close and personal with Mad Men star Bryan Batt, who reveals which leading lady he wants for the film version of his memoirs, She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother: “I’m leaning toward Sandra Bullock right now to play my mother.”

kathygarver-scroller1Also at 1 PM Kspaz Radio channels Kathy Garver, whom Family Affair fans know as Cissy from that classic CBS show. The perennial cutie pie will assist host Richard Spasoff in giving listeners complimentary psychic readings. Continue reading

‘Twilight’ Star Michael Welch: Jealous of Edward and Jacob?

Sounds like one of the Twilight humans has a case of supernatural sour grapes.

Interviewed on Film Festival Radio, Michael Welch, who plays Mike Newton – Bella Swan’s human suitor – tells us he’s none too keen on the monsters who populate the smash-hit flick.

“I was afraid of vampires as a child,” he tells host Janice Malone. “Because we have no power as humans.

CAPTION: "It's gonna get a little darker as we go along, and appeal to guys a bit more," Michael (above) tells us of the "Twilight' sequels.

"It's gonna get a little darker as we go along, and appeal to guys a bit more," Michael (above) tells us of the "Twilight" sequels.

“It’s like, if you’re in the ocean and you’re confronted by a shark, you’re out of your element. If that shark wants to eat you, you’re going to be eaten. Similar with vampires.

“I’ve thought over the years – I’ve thought a lot about this – if I’d want to be a vampire. Because there’s a lot of elements of it that are so cool and sexy and dark and interesting,” he continues.

“But the thing that I’ve come across over and over again, in researching it and thinking about it, is that they’re miserable, miserable people. So I don’t think I would want to be a vampire.”

Michael also hints that, in Twilight‘s upcoming sequel, New Moon, the green-eyed monster may be partly responsible for his aversion to non-humans.

“My role as Mike Newton, a high school kid who continues to have a crush on Bella, stays the same,” he says.

“I don’t get to be involved in all this vampire-werewolf fun action,” he adds, referring to the respective roles of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).

The Twilight Saga: New Moon opens November 20.

To hear Michael’s full interview, click here.

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