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Daily Highlights: Friday; October 14, 2010

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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, Ford Motor Co.’s Scott Monty and GeekBeat.TV’s Cali Lewis.


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Little Brown welcomes The Horse Whisperer author Nicholas Evans, whose latest novel, The Brave, tells the story of an 8-year-old boy who immerses himself in the world of cowboys and Indians to escape his oppressive boarding-school life.


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Jazzin Em Up host Cres O’Neal swings with Grammy- and Emmy- winning composer Patrick Williams, who has scored 25 TV series, including Monk and Columbo, and 65 feature films, including All of Me and Breaking Away.
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Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon sits down with San Francisco-based film blogger Omar Moore, who’ll be a regular contributor on Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies, a weekly movie-review program coming in January that takes up where Ebert and Roeper left off.
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Grand Central Publishing Senior Editor Selina McLemore welcomes Tell Me Something True author Leila Cobo, and Belinda M. Gonzalez-Leon from the National Hispana Leadership Institute for a discussion on how Latinas are strengthening our nation’s social fabric.
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WDKK Radio’s Darryl Williams celebrates his 2-year anniversary on BlogTalkRadio (you the man, DA!) with a visit from The Whispers, who charted throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s with dance hits like And the Beat Goes On, Rock Steady and In Love Forever.

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Programming Highlights; June 27, 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:

 

bobby-messanoAt 6 PM Heavy Metal Mayhem rocks out with Grammy-nominated Starz guitarist Bobby Messano, who has also gigged with Peter Criss, Steve Winwood and Lou Gramm. Plus: Swedish guitar master Jayce Landberg.

 

jasonweems At 8 PM The Wheelhouse hosts Michael Bower and Chris Cause mix it up with Jason Weems from Season 7 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, who also took first place in the 2007 DC Improv Showcase. The funnyman will fill us in on his upcoming gigs, while offering up his trademark riffs.

 

sherrilewisAt 9 PM POZ I AM Radio host Robert Breining goes one-on-one with Sherri Beachfront Lewis, who was diagnosed HIV-positive in 1987 after a routine blood test for her marriage license. Fortunately, she’s alive and well today, and coordinating HIV/AIDS research and advocacy efforts.

 

blythebeck-1 Also at 9 PM Host Olivia Wilder is back from hiatus, and reminding everyone to “Grab your filthy dirty martinis—and let’s talk food and wine!” To that bibulous end, she welcomes The Naughty Chef‘s Blythe Beck, Private Chefs of Beverly Hills’ Manouschka and the Wine Curmudgeon Jeff Siegel.

 

courtney-gains At 11 PM Francy and Friends host Francy Weatherman gets up close and personal with Courtney Gains, who has appeared on such hit shows as Alias and Monk. The L.A. native will chat about his new flick Benny Bliss and the Disciples of Greatness.

 

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Programming Highlights; May 14, 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:

charlaineharris-scroller1At 11:30 AM True-Blood.net hosts Melissa Lowrey and Liz Henderson welcome Charlaine Harris, mega-selling author of The Southern Vampire Mysteries, featuring Sookie Stackhouse—upon which HBO’s True Blood is based. Charlaine will chat about her latest Sookie novel.

tonyshaloub-scroller At 1 PM Monk star Tony Shaloub drops in on Milling About host Robin Milling to dish about his role opposite Anthony LaPaglia in the Broadway revival of the screwball comedy Lend Me a Tenor, which opened last month and has been nominated for three Tony Awards.

generalplatt-scrollerAt 6 PM Host Janice Malone lets it all hang out with General Larry Platt, the 63-year-old civil-rights activist who—this winter on American Idol—tapped into the sentiments of countless Americans with Pants on the Ground, his poppin’ protest against the ulta-low trousers look. Continue reading