David A. Brancaccio, a reporter-at-large for Public Radio’s daily business report Marketplace, drops in for a special EL-ection Day edition of The El Show. Plus: Steve Cone, CMO of The Brierley Group—and author of Steal These Ideas!—joins host Richard Laermer to weigh in on Midterm Madness.
The Emmy-winning star of The Bold and the Beautiful, Heather Tom, who plays Katie Spencer on the CBS soap, chats about her recent trip to Thailand and her journey toward stardom. Plus: World Footprints Radio’s Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick welcome master Spanish chef Jose Pizarro.
The 6-time World Series champ, Chris Chambliss, who played for the Indians, Yankees and Braves before returning to the Bombers in ‘88 for his final MLB season, stops by to chat with The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy about this year’s Giants-Rangers match-up.
Alison Sweeney, the actress who plays Sami Brady on Days of Our Lives chats about the 45th anniversary of the NBC daytime drama. Alison will also fill us in on tonight’s special edition of The Biggest Loser, in which the cast heads to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton to live and train like Marines, on Film Festival Radio.
The writer-director, D.B. Sweeney, who starred opposite Charlie Sheen in Eight Men Out, returns to BTR, this time to chat up the DVD release of his 2006 directorial effort, Two Tickets To Paradise. Tune in to host Olivia Wilder’s DB Sweeney Trivia Contest for a chance to win a copy of the flick.