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Rich Little: The Man of a Thousand Voices—which range from Alfred Hitchcock to Winston Churchil—sits down with The NeverHood host Ethan Tudor W to chat about his six decades in showbiz, his favorite famous figures, his long-running Vegas show, and his new projects.
Vinnie Jones: The actor who made his name as Juggernaut in 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand drops in on Milling About to talk with host Robin Milling about his latest role, as Scale on NBC’s The Cape—and about harassing co-star David Lyons about a $600 Jeep Wrangler.
Sugar Ray Leonard: The Olympic gold medalist, who was the first boxer to earn more than $100 million, reflects on his philanthropic efforts: “I’ve done a lot of work in conjunction with various charities, just trying to give service, lend a hand, use whatever celebrity I have to make that awareness,” he tells Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy.
Brad & Barry Klinge: The sibling stars of Discovery Channel’s Ghost Lab drop in on L.E.P. Radio hosts Steve Rogers and Shawn McMahon to talk about their work as paranormal investigators—and their feud with Ghost Hunters star Jason Hawes.
Maria Muldaur: The folk singer best known—and beloved—for her 1974 hit Midnight at the Oasis stops by Icon Fetch to chat with host Tony Peters about her latest CD Garden of Joy, a collection of jug-band tunes featuring old pals John Sebastian and Dave Grisman.
Robert Davi: The actor who has graced such hit flicks as Die Hard and License to Kill drops in on Enlisted Spouse Radio host Beth Wilson to fill us in on his Jan. 15 Frank Sinatra tribute concert in Los Angeles—where he’ll be backed by a 50-piece orchestra.
Kris Williams: The former flooring installer—who’s been tracing her family’s roots since she was 11—drops in on Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to chat about the new season of Syfy’s Ghost Hunters, which gets under way tomorrow night, with a visit to Hamlet’s castle.
Susan Miller: The Cosmo Girl astrologist—whose book Planets and Possibilities was praised by Liz Smith for its “truly human, feeling and acute intelligence”—drops in on Breaking Through host Georgiann Kiricoples to offer a celestial forecast for the New Year.
Michael Badnarik: The author of Good to Be King: The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom—a software engineer who was the Libertarian Party nominee in the ’04 presidential race—chats with America 9-1-1 host Dan Baltes about the newly GOP-heavy Congress.
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Today’s Programming Highlights:
At 2 PM Ricki Lake joins Anna Getty, great-granddaughter of oil magnate J. Paul Getty, and mompreneur Alisa Donner to mark Pregnancy Awareness Month with a discussion of the imperiled home-birth movement in the New York City—which has a mere 12 licensed midwives.
Also at 2 PMGab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett dishes with Rachel Greenwald, author of the new book, Have Him at Hello: Confessions from 1,000 Guys About What Makes Them Fall in Love…Or Never Call Back.