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Denise Richards and John Ratzenberger Interviewed on Blog Talk Radio Oct. 28, 2010

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Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, Denise Richards, chats about her role on the Spike TV sitcom Blue Mountain State. But Denise also opens up to Milling About host Robin Milling about Charlie’s coke-fueled meltdown in the Big Apple earlier this week, saying she has no choice but to move forward.

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John Ratzenberger, beloved by millions as Cliff Clavin from Cheers and Hamm from the Toy Story series chats with Enlisted Spouse Radio host Beth Wilson about his new flick, What if…, co-starring Kevin Sorbo and Debby Ryan—in which he plays an angel.
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The Rent Is Too Damn High Party founder, Jimmy McMillan, who’s a candidate in New York’s gubernatorial race, fills us in on his strategies for getting voters out on Nov. 4. Jimmy will also chat with Nightly Candy Chat host Nana-Adwoa Ofori about his post-election plans— and remaining in the public eye.

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Learn makeup tips and tricks to make you feel more beautiful, and put your best face forward any day of the year. Paula Begoun and her Cosmetics Cop Team share everything you wanted to know about applying eye shadow, lipstick, foundation, blush, concealer, highlighters and more.

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Jim Rash, The Community cast member, who plays Dean Pelton opposite Alison Brie on the NBC sitcom, drops in on Buzzworthy Radio’s NaVell Lee to chat about his latest creative endeavor: screenwriter. His first script is being directed by Alexander Payne, with George Clooney in the lead.

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The Saw creators, James Wan and Leigh Whanell, drop in on hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis to pay homage to horror during Movie Geeks United’s weeklong celebration of the genre. James and Leigh also discuss the enduring appeal of the Saw series—and its new 3D installment, opening Friday.
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Weekly Best: October 11, 2010

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Movie Geeks United’s Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis join, ah, Forces to welcome Peter Mayhew, who played Harrison Ford’s hairy sidekick Chewbacca in Star Wars. The 7-foot-3 thespian will help our hosts celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back.
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Punch Drunk Critics host John Nolan chats with Edward Norton about his starring role opposite Bobby De Niro and Milla Jojovich in John Curran’s Stone, which tells the story of a convicted arsonist planning to secure his parole using his beautiful wife as bait.
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BlogTalkRadio rolls into Vegas for live coverage of BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2010. Beginning today at 10:30am PT, we’re interviewing a host of thought leaders, including The Hotline’s Reid Wilson, GeekBeat.TV’s Cali Lewis and Ford Motor Company’s Scott Monty.

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Buzzworthy Radio’s NaVell Lee hangs with Tiffany Thornton, who plays Tawni Hart on the hit Disney Channel series Sonny with a Chance. The teen queen—who’s also a budding pop singer—will chat about working alongside red-hot co-stars Demi Lovato and Sterling Knight.
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PLUS Model Radio host Chenese Lewis gives it up for America’s Next Top Model winner Whitney Thompson, who’ll be hosting the Hollywood chapter of the National Organization for Women’s 2010 Love Your Body Day weekend, which gets under way Oct. 22.
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Paul Simon turns 69 years old today, and in honor of that milestone, Milling About host Robin Milling unspools a never-before-aired 1986 interview with the music legend. “The songs emerge,” he said of his creative powers. “Seldom do they sort of pop. They slowly reveal themselves.”
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Life After Dusk host Cedric Collier hangs with Nick (son of Hulk) Hogan who made his name on the VH1 reality series Hogan Knows Best. Nick will chat about getting his life back on track after his 2007 car crash—which landed him in jail for 6 months.

pete-rock1WYMS Radio‘s Cha-Boogie asks, Who Murdered Hip-Hop? Was it the artists? The A&R guys? The media? Joining her to explore this issue will be one of the greatest hip-hop producers of all time, Pete Rock. Plus: Riggs Moralez, director of A&R for Eminem’s Shady Records.
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Daily Highlights: Friday; September 30, 2010

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Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis roll out the blood-red carpet for Halloween star Danielle Harris, who takes on swamp-dwelling killer Victor Crowley in Hatchet II, opening today. Plus: Hatchet series writer-director Adam Green.
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Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum welcomes Anthony E. Zuiker, creator and executive producer of CBS’ CSI franchise. Anthony will fill us in on the third spin-off he’s developing. Plus: Butch Hartman, creator of Nickelodeon’s The FairlyOdd Parents.
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Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman cuts loose with John Caparulo of E!’s Chelsea Lately. The funnyman, who has toured with Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Show and Blue Collar Comedy: The Next Generation, will tell us where he’s appearing next (and maybe slip in a few new jokes).
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WDKK Radio’s Darryl Williams pays tribute to Dick Griffey, founder of Solar Records—which launched such acts as Whispers, Shalamar and Lakeside—who passed away Sept. 24. Former Solar artist Wardell Potts Jr. drops in to share his memories of the R&B pioneer.
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123 Film!’s Sam Heer goes one-on-one with Ben Gluck, who worked as a storyboard artist on such Disney films as Dinosaur and Emperor’s New Groove, before going on to direct Brother Bear 2 and the new 3D spectacle Alpha and Omega.
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E2 Radio sits down with MXenergy CIO Wayne Sadin, who discusses the trials, tribulations of dealing with massive amounts of data in a wide variety of incompatible formats. But don’t fret: He’s got a host of best practices that can help alleviate your data headaches.

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Daily Highlights: Monday, September 6, 2010

ellis-marsalis2At 1 PM Jazzin Em Up host Cres O’Neal jelly-rolls out the red carpet for legendary New Orleans jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis, who—along with musician sons Wynton, Branford, Jason and Ellis III—will be honored in January at New York’s Lincoln Center with a 2011 NEA Jazz Masters Award.
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At 8 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes Ethan Zohn, who won Season 3 of Survivor. Plus: Hollywood powerhouse (and fellow cancer survivor) Laura Ziskin, who has producer such hit flicks as Pretty Woman and As Good as It Gets.
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At 7 PM Conversations of a Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore kicks it with Vanessa Simmons, whose dad is Rev. Run, a founding member of ‘80s hip-hop supergroup Run–D.M.C.—and who has appeared on the MTV reality series Run’s House and its spinoff, Daddy’s Girls.
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At 10 PM Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis mark the one-millionth download of Movie Geeks United (awesome job, guys!) by kicking off a weeklong tribute to Brian De Palma. Up first: Veteran producer Edward Pressman, who brought the director’s 1973 horror flick, Sisters, to the screen.
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At 11 PM The Worst Show on the Web raises a glass to James Watt, the “head of stuff” at Scottish brewery Bewdog, which makes the strongest and most expensive beer on the planet. How strong is this “End of History” concoction? 55 percent alcohol. And how expensive? $765 per bottle. (Holy #$%@!)
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At noon Mike Harmon of FOXSports.com and SwollenDome.com returns BlogTalkRadio with his FOX partner in crime John Halpin. Be sure to catch the boys each weekday at 12pm ET as they traverse the baseball universe while offering up the hottest fantasy sports picks on the Internet.

*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.

Thousands of live radio shows broadcast live everyday on BlogTalkRadio. Find out what’s on live now.

SoundBits: Jamey DuVall’s Passionate Journey into the Magic Lantern

Jamey DuVall appears to be straight out of central casting, namely from the office marked “Movie Gurus.” What with his not-so-vague resemblance to Orson Wells and a surname that’s thisclose to Bobby Duvall’s, our Movie Geeks United! host brings an air of authority to discussions of all things cinematic – not to mention the ease at which he puts such notable guests as Jon Voight, Francis Ford Coppola, Jeff Goldblum, Brian De Palma and Alan Rickman. Adding to the Lakeland, Fla., resident’s screen cred is the fact that his interviews frequently generate news that’s carried on the Internet Movie Database and other leading industry outlets. That said, it’s time we stop scribbling and start shouting “Action!”

Give us a 15-second pitch for your show – why should listeners tune in?

Movie Geeks United! is produced by and for people who share a deep love and appreciation of film. Our interviews cover the latest films by involving every facet of the industry, from the lead actor to the makeup artist to the composer. Past guests have included screen idols, big- name directors and more than 400 other professionals working in front of and behind the camera.  We also pay tribute to the films and artists who have shaped our lives, like we’ve done with directors like David Lynch and Steven Spielberg, or films like Heat and Gone With the Wind. Those specials feature conversations with artists and scholars who have unique insights into the subjects we’re exploring.

CAPTION: Jamey (left) and Orson (right): Fellow film citizens separated at birth?

Jamey (left) and Orson (right): Fellow film citizens separated at birth?

Tell us two things listeners would be surprised to learn about you?

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