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VeggieTales Creator Phil Vischer, ‘Deep End of the Ocean’ Author Jacquelyn Mitchard and More Today on BlogTalkRadio

phil-vischer-2Phil Vischer: The creator of the computer-animated VeggieTales DVD series for kids—which has sold more than 60 million copies—drops in on Ask Mom RN’s Tamara Walker to discuss his current venture, Jellyfish Labs, and his work in the field of Christian filmmaking.

jacquelyn-mitchard1Jacquelyn Mitchard: The author whose first novel, The Deep End of the Ocean, was named one of the 10 most influential books of the past 25 years—second only to the Harry Potter series—chats with Diva Toolbox Radio’s Janet Powers about its sequel, No Time to Wave Goodbye.

stacie-turnerStacie Turner: The Real Housewives of D.C. cast member, who was born into foster care and went on to become a marketing veep at BET and found her own real estate firm, drops in on Wealthy Sistas host Deborah Hardnett to discuss the secrets of her success.

diem-brown1Diem Brown: The 25-year-old contestant on MTV’s Fresh Meat who’s battling ovarian cancer joins acute myeloid leukemia survivor—and 2010 Project Runway contestant—Lenka Dayrit, along with Crawl for Cancer founder Samantha Green on The Stupid Cancer Show.

sap-servicesEnterprise Solutions: The German tech giant, which makes enterprise software for business the world over, debuts SAPServices Radio. In this maiden edition, SAP experts Mike Myers and Tom DiAntonio cover top concerns from SAP customers, including product support and connectivity.

deon-taylorDeon Taylor: Jamie Foxx’s partner in No Brainer, a production company working on a pilot for NBC and on a horror anthology series, stops in to talk with Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum about the Oscar winner’s first foray into TV as a producer.

ellis-marasallisEllis Marsalis: The legendary New Orleans jazz pianist—who, along with sons Wynton, Branford, Jason and Ellis Marsalis III, will be honored in January at New York’s Lincoln Center with a 2011 NEA Jazz Masters Award—chats with Jazzin Em Up’s Cres O’Neal about his musical dynasty.

Programming Highlights; June 18, 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:

 

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!”