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Programming Highlights; July 6, 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:

 

eddie-mcclinktock At 10 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with up the terribly unattractive (yea, right) Eddie McClintock, who plays Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer on the critically—and popularly—acclaimed SyFy series Warehouse 13, which kicks off Season 2 July 6.

 

ike-atkinsonAt noon Sin City Sessions kicks it with former drug lord Ike Atkinson, who was the main supplier of heroin to kingpin Frank Lucas (as portrayed by Denzel Washington in 2007’s American Gangster). Ike will discuss his new tell-all, Sergeant Smack.

 

tim-kring At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Apple goes one-on-one with Tim Kring, executive producer of the hit NBC series Heroes. Plus: Rola Bauer, executive producer of the Starz miniseries Pillars of the Earth.

 

bencanova At 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker hangs with Ben Ohmart, who’s got a new bio of funnylady Judy Canova, star of such all-American flicks as The WAC from Walla Walla, Carolina Canonball and, of course, Singin’ in the Corn.

 

elizabeth-tryonAt 6:30 PM Indie Lady A host Adrienne Manson gets busy with pop-classical recording artist Elizabeth Tryon (whose great-granddad, incidentally, was a solo cornetist in John Philip Sousa’s band). The diva will chat about her new album From Elizabeth.

 

justin-chon21At 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega hangs with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. The actor will fill us in on his upcoming projects, including the flick Crossing Over, opposite Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.

 

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Programming Highlights; July 5, 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:

 

dennis-la-white At 7 PM Host Tracey Moore gets busy with Dennis L.A. White, who played Damion “D-Roc” Butler in last year’s Biggie Wallace biopic Notorious. Dennis will chat about his role in the upcoming Sweet Lorraine, opposite such blasts from the past Jimmie Walker and Tatum O’Neal.

 

carrie-snowAt 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q kicks it with comedian Carrie Snow, who earned her stripes as a joke writer for Roseanne Barr—and whose motto is “Seven Thousand Sailors Can’t Be Wrong.” Carrie will fill us in on her upcoming Vegas appearances.

 

stupidcancershow-111At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes BRICKS for Young Adults founder Charissa Hamilton-Gribenas, CancerCare Young Adult Services Program Coordinator Julie Larson and Angel Spotlight’s Jennifer Owen.

 

bruce-hendersonAt 9 PM Sins of Omission host Paulie Abeles goes one-on-one with Bruce Henderson, author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller And the Sea Will Tell. The former U.S. Navy weatherman will discuss his latest book, Hero Found: The Greatest POW Escape of the Vietnam War.

 

justin-chon2At 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega hangs with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. The actor will fill us in on his upcoming projects, including the flick Crossing Over, opposite Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.

 

brett-mcginnisAlso at 9 PM Paranormal Talk Radio scares up an interview with Brett McGinnis from Season 2 of the Syfy series Ghost Hunters Academy. In addition to his experiences on the show, Brett will share his beliefs in other-worldly creatures and activities.

 

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Joey Lawrence: I’m an Actor — Not a Celebrity!

Don’t try making a connection with Joey Lawrence in cyberspace.

Because the Blossom hottie wants nothing to do with social media.

“I’m a guy who keeps my private life very private. So I don’t do this ‘celebrity’ stuff… I’m old-school that way,” Joey, who stars opposite Melissa Joan Hart in the new ABC Family flick My Fake Fiancé, debuting Sunday, tells Mr. Media host Bob Andelman.

CAPTIONS: "You brought it on yourself," Joey (above) cautions fellow celebs who attract unwanted TMZ attention.

"You brought it on yourself," Joey (above) cautions fellow celebs who attract unwanted TMZ attention.

“The idols I grew up watching – Clint Eastwood, Clark Gable, Harrison Ford – these are guys that keep their private life private… And that’s what I’m about.

“I’m not a big fan of this Twitter and MySpace and all this stuff, where these celebrities constantly feel they need to be a celebrity – which is not what we are. If you’re an actor, you’re not really a celebrity.

“The line gets blurred between these reality stars and the actual movie stars – these young people who feel they need to compete with the reality stars and turn their private life into a film.

“And that’s when you get into a big problem, because everybody knows your every move… And then when TMZ is following you everywhere and you’re covering yourself up, stumbling out of a club, it’s like, Get away from me! Don’t bother me!”

To hear Joey’s full Mr. Media interview – in which he also discusses why he keeps his hair super-close-cropped these days and how he first met Melissa Joan Hart – click here.

‘Twilight’ Hottie: ‘I’m Looking for a Wife!’

The good news, ladies, is that you read our headline correctly:

One of the male leads from the smash-hit flick Twilight is looking to get hitched.

Justin: Knot-tying mindset.

Justin: Knot-tying mindset.

But before you pass out in a fit of ecstasty, we feel obliged to tell you that the would-be hubby isn’t star Robert Pattinson.

No, it’s Robert’s co-star, Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie.

Still, he sounds like a great catch.

Having begun his career in the critically-acclaimed WB series Jack & Bobby, Justin went on to snag roles in the Disney Channel movie Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior and the Nickelodeon sitcom Just Jordan.

Even more impressive, he’ll be appearing opposite Harrison Ford next month in the feature film Crossing Over, which tells the story of illegal immigrants in Los Angeles struggling to get their green cards.

This week on Olivia Wilder Times, Justin tells our high priestess of entertainment journalism, Olivia Wilder, that he’s not only available, but open to meeting Miss Right.

“Currently, I’m single. Tell the girls on the station that I’m looking for a wife right now!” says the 27-year-old actor.

“If my perfect girl just showed up in front of me, I think I would just – yea, I think I’d marry her,” he adds.

Later on, Oliva asks, “What’s it like to have teenage girls going ga-ga over you?”

To which Justin replies: “I think it’s great – just as long as they don’t, like, do really weird stuff.”

Like if they were to come to my house and leave a box of dead rats in front of my door, I don’t know if I’d like that.”

Can’t say we blame you, Justin!

To hear Justin’s full interview, click here.

America Picks a New Prez – and His Name Is… James Marshall?

That’s right.

Last night on BlogTalkRadio’s Movie Addict Headquarters, listeners cast their e-ballots for Best Big-Screen Commander in Chief of All Time.

And just moments ago, host Betty Jo Tucker released the official election results, which show that Americans favor Harrison Ford by a landslide.

“Indy” candidate clinches cinematic White House race.

Harrison Ford: “Indy” candidate clinches cinematic White House race.

Ford snatched 29 percent of the vote for his portrayal of President James Marshall in the 1997 Wolfgang Petersen blockbuster Air Force One.

Coming in a distant second is Kevin Kline, for his por- trayal of President Bill Mitchell in Ivan Reitman’s 1993 comedy, Dave (17%), followed by Bill Pullman as President Thomas Whitmore in 1997’s Independence Day (11%).

Other contenders in the race included Henry Fonda in Fail-Safe (11%), Polly Bergen in Kisses for My President (11%), and Morgan Freeman in Deep Impact (7%).

To hear the campaign speeches in this historic election, click here.