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Daily Highlights: October 18, 2010

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Expand Music host—and electric violinist—Noel Webb grooves Carlos Santana, who recalls his earliest artistic inspiration. “When I saw BB King for the first time—live—I knew I would be that,” he says. “I wanted to combine BB King with Tito Puente and Miles Davis.

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Jesse Ventura, host of truTV’s Conspiracy Theory, recalls his days a bodyguard for the Rolling Stones, telling us about the time Keith Richards flushed his drugs down the toilet upon being told the police were coming—only to see Sting and Stewart Copeland moments later he tell hostess Robin Milling.

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Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson gets up close and personal with actor Tomas Boykin, who stars with Kiko Ellsworth and Ginny Jones in I Am—opening Nov. 2—a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story directed by Matthew Dean Russell.
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Information in a Nutshell host Felice Gerwitz goes one-on-one with Para Publishing founder Dan Poynter, aka the Godfather of Self-Publishing, whose own books on the subject include Is There a Book Inside You? and Successful Nonfiction.
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Conversations of a Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore gives it up once again for Daphne Reid who played Will Smith’s mom on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The actress will chat about her acting career, which has included guest turns on The A Team and Sister, Sister.
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The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Carnegie Sports Group President Harrie Bakst, Charity Navigator President Ken Berger and Pallotta TeamWorks Founder—and the author of UncharitableDan Pallotta.

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Daily Highlights; August 23, 2010

chris-gorham-3At 930 AM Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone hangs with Christopher Gorham, who played America Ferrara’s beau on Ugly Betty. The former Party of Five cast member will discuss his latest role—opposite Peter Gallagher—as blind CIA officer Auggie Anderson on USA’s Covert Affairs.
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At 9 PM Mutha Knows host Mutha lets is all hang out with R&B crooner Calvin Richardson, whose new album, America’s Most Wanted, featuring the Barry White-like single You’re So Amazing, drops Aug. 31.
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At 10 PM Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson swings with jazz diva Joan Cartwright, who has sung with such masters as John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis while performing on 5 continents. Joan is also author of Women in Jazz and The Sign of the Blues.
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At 2 PM E2 Radio welcomes Bob Evans, senior VP and director of Information Week’s Global CIO business unit—whose knowledge of enterprise IT and the concerns of CIOs is virtually unparalleled—and Fredric Paul, editor-in-chief of EnterpriseEfficiency.com.
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At 10 AM British choreographer Danny Teeson, who serves as a judge on the hit Oxygen series Dance Your Ass Off, drops in to chat with Film Festival Radio about teaching such bold-face names as Diana Ross, Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and Kylie Minogue to shake their groove thangs.
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At 11 AM Buzzworthy Radio host NaVell Lee mixes it up with Cody Rhodes, son of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty “American Dream” Rhodes. The former 3-time World Tag Team Champion moved from the WWE to SmackDown in April, where he continues to carry on Dusty’s legacy.

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Programming Highlights; July 12, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

matt-roush At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum sits down with TV Guide Senior Critic Matt Roush, MyTakeOnTV.com Editor Amrie Cunningham and TV analyst Shari Anne Brill to discuss the Primetime Emmy Award nominees and the upcoming fall season.

sass-jordanAt 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q kicks it with Canadian rocker Sass Jordan, whose singles High Road Easy and Sun’s Gonna Rise cracked the Top 10 north of the border, and who’s got a sweet gig as a judge on Canadian Idol.

stupidcancershow-12At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young-adult Ewing’s sarcoma survivor Emily Hobson, celeb hairstylist and Bits & Pieces Founder Barry Hendrickson, and Yoga Bear New York City Chapter Director Michelle Robbins.

frank-andersonAt 10 PM Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson isn’t solely devoted to Internet radio. No, our Houston-based host is an original cast member of longest running touring play in African American theatre, The Diary of Black Men. And tonight he welcomes fellow actors from the original production.

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Programming Highlights; June 7, 2010

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michael-perryAt 7 PM Book Club Girl welcomes Michael Perry, author of Population: 485, a humorous, heartfelt memoir of living in a ramshackle Wisconsin farmhouse, faced with 37 acres of fallen fences and overgrown fields—and a pregnant wife who intends to deliver their baby at home.

 

stupidcancershow-7At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young adult survivor Jason Varounis, the Patient Advocate Foundation’s Chief of External Communications Erin Moaratty, and the Cancer Support Community’s Senior VP of Research and Training Mitch Golant.

 

paul-odenAt 9 PM What’s Brewin host George Brew goes one-on-one with Paul Olden, who took over Yankee Stadium announcing duties after last year’s retirement of then-98-year-old Bob “The Voice of God” Sheppard. A 12-time Super Bowl announcer, Paul will weigh in on Bob’s legacy.

 

pj-mortonAt 9 PM Mutha Knows host Mutha kicks it with music producer PJ Morton—whose dad is gospel legend Bishop Paul S. Morton. Having worked with such A-listers as India.Arie, Erykah Badu and LL Cool J., PJ’s releasing his own album, Walk Alone.

 

jeff-fridayAt 9 PM Inside Urban Hollywood’s Tanya Kersey sits down with Jeff Friday, founder of the American Black Film Festival, which gets under way June 23 in Miami, and features Night Catches Us with Kerry Washington, and Suicide Dolls with LaQuita Cleare.

 

tc-carsonAt 10 PM Let’s Be Frank gets busy with TC Carson, who played Kyle Barker opposite Queen Latifah on the Fox series Living Single. TC and castmate Anthony Glover will chat about their roles in the Houston’s Ensemble Theater Company’s production of Five Guys Named Moe.

 

phil-proctorAt 11 PM The Worst Show on the Web cuts loose with Phil Proctor, who has voiced characters in such hit flicks as Dr. Doolittle and Toy Story, and is an original member of the The Firesign Theatre comedy troup—which embarks on a new tour this month.

 

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Programming Highlights; May 24, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

niecynash-scollerAt 1 PM Ask Mom RN’s Tamara Walker cuts loose with funny lady Niecy Nash, who sent us rolling in the aisles as Deputy Raineesha Williams on Reno 911!. The Clean House host will offer tips on finding the best—and cleanest—hotels for your family’s summer getaway.

 

pepperidge-farms-scroller-4 At 3 PM Host Dr. Karen Reivich takes an in-depth look at optimism, and how the Fishful Thinking program helps parents learn new ways to promote this virtue in their families, while creating an environment that fosters positive emotions and a belief in the power of possibility.

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Programming Highlights; March 15, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

author-chick-for-christieAt 10:30 AM Celebrate women’s history month with Elsie Sze, author of The Heart of Buddha as she invites us to journey through Bhutan, an enchanting kingdom in South Asia that has only recently caught the world’s attention on Who You Callin’ Old.

 

 

jesse-ventura-for-christieAt 1 PM Jesse Ventura, former Navy SEAL, governor, pro-wrestler, and bestselling author, joins Mr. Media to talk about his latest book, American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies That the Government Tells Us.

 

 

anita-for-christieAt 2 PM Anita Bruzzese, editor of Smart Brief on Workplace and national columnist, joins Train With Shane to discuss job search trends, and workplace and small business dynamics.

 

 

doc-for-christieAt 7:30 PM Dr. Michael Pryce, author of Anathema: America’s War On Medicine goes Online With Andrea to offer a cure for what ails the health care system in the U.S. and his recent bid to run for the Senate in Ohio.

 

 

stupid-cancerAt 9 PM Jennifer Goodman Linn, survivor and Cycle For Survival, Deborah Ludwig, survivor, author of Rebirth and creator of the Writing for Your Life Workshop, and Dr. Laura Liberman, radiologist at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and author of I Signed As The Doctor will be on The Stupid Cancer Show.

 

 

tuxedo-dude-for-christieAt 10 PM Let’s Be Frank welcomes legendary vocalist Lenny Welch to share the story of his singing career in his own words, including his 1963 hit, Since I Fell For You.

 

 


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