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Programming Highlights; July 6, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
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Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

eddie-mcclinktock At 10 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with up the terribly unattractive (yea, right) Eddie McClintock, who plays Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer on the critically—and popularly—acclaimed SyFy series Warehouse 13, which kicks off Season 2 July 6.

 

ike-atkinsonAt noon Sin City Sessions kicks it with former drug lord Ike Atkinson, who was the main supplier of heroin to kingpin Frank Lucas (as portrayed by Denzel Washington in 2007’s American Gangster). Ike will discuss his new tell-all, Sergeant Smack.

 

tim-kring At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Apple goes one-on-one with Tim Kring, executive producer of the hit NBC series Heroes. Plus: Rola Bauer, executive producer of the Starz miniseries Pillars of the Earth.

 

bencanova At 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker hangs with Ben Ohmart, who’s got a new bio of funnylady Judy Canova, star of such all-American flicks as The WAC from Walla Walla, Carolina Canonball and, of course, Singin’ in the Corn.

 

elizabeth-tryonAt 6:30 PM Indie Lady A host Adrienne Manson gets busy with pop-classical recording artist Elizabeth Tryon (whose great-granddad, incidentally, was a solo cornetist in John Philip Sousa’s band). The diva will chat about her new album From Elizabeth.

 

justin-chon21At 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega hangs with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. The actor will fill us in on his upcoming projects, including the flick Crossing Over, opposite Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.

 

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Programming Highlights; June 1, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

marionwitteAt 1 PM 24hr Mom host Luva Alvarez welcomes Marion Witte, author of the new book Little Madhouse on the Prairie, which tells the true story of how she overcame an abusive farmhouse childhood that would make Laura Ingalls Wilder run for cover.

 

acidic-scrollerAt 3:30 PM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with L.A.-based alt rockers ACIDIC, whose new album—which was produced by Andrew Bojanic and Liz Hooper, aka The Wizardz of Oz—is titled Getting Lucky. The boys will preview tracks and chat about their summer tour.

 

christineevangelista-scrollerAt 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters gets up close and personal with Christine Evangelista, who’ll chat about her role in the feature flick Goodbye Baby, in which she plays a young woman struggling desperately to become a successful standup comic.

 

markhildreth-scrollerAt 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega kicks it with Mark Hildreth, who plays Joshua on ABC’s V, which tells the story of an alien species that arrives on Earth ready to hatch a sinister plot. Mark will chat about yet-to-be-scheduled Season 2 of the sci-fi series.

 

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Programming Highlights; May 20, 2010

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christine-evangelisata-scrollerAt 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters hangs with Christine Evangelista, who’ll chat about her role in the feature flick Goodbye Baby, which is being released today on DVD. The actress more recently starred opposite Demi Moore and Lauren Hutton in The Jonses.

isaac-hayesAt 7 PM Black Talk Radio’s Scotty Reid goes one-on-one with Rev. Isaac Hayes, the pro-life Republican who’s running for Illinois’ 2nd district seat in Congress—against incumbent Jesse Jackson Jr.

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Programming Highlights; April 6, 2010

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larry-manettiAt 4 PM Larry Manetti, who played Rick on the hit ‘80s series Magnum, P.I., sits down with Movie Addict Headquarters to chat about his book Aloha Magnum, in which he recounts working with such stars as Ringo Starr, Kenny Rogers and, of course, Tom Selleck.

19024Also at 4 PM Malena Watrous chats with Book Club Girl about her new novel, If You Follow Me, which NY Times bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld says, “I love, love, love.” If tells the story of a woman who, after her father’s suicide, moves to Japan to teach English, where she finds solace.

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Programming Highlights; March 23, 2010

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be-the-media-for-christieAt 1 PM David Mathison, author of Be The Media and host on BlogTalkRadio, discusses how you can build your platform and brand by writing a book, through speaking, podcasting, and maximizing the potential of social media with Paul Lawrence Vann.

frankenstein-dude-for-christieAt 4 PM Fred Wiebel, Jr., author of Edison’s Frankenstein, joins Movie Addict Headquarters to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first film appearance of Mary Shelley’s iconic monster.

Vancouver Olympics LugeAt 6 PM Special guests include Svein Romstad, Secretary General of the International Luge Federation, and Gordon Price, Director of The City Program at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver who discusses the city’s sustainability efforts with World Footprints.

indian-author-for-christieAt 7 PM Book Club Girl welcomes Thrity Umrigar, acclaimed and bestselling author of The Space Between Us to discuss her newest novel in paperback, The Weight of Heaven, set in a globalized India.

ahaha-some-dude-for-christieAt 9 PM The Career Catalyst welcomes Jeffrey G. Allen, a leading placement lawyer and author of the most bestselling career books, including Instant Interviews.

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Programming Highlights; March 2, 2010

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d7ce4c7f-4c31-469e-9a56-c59fa193a771peterwalshAt 1130 AM Peter Walsh, known as the de-cluttering and organization guy, talks about his work on Clean Sweep, and his bestselling books, including It’s All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life with Less Stuff on Real Life with Susan and Friends.

 

 

the-nail-for-christieAt 4 PM Tony Luke Jr. drops by Movie Addict Headquarters to talk about his experience as star of The Nail, an inspirational independent film about a disgraced former boxer who finds redemption by helping an abused boy and his mother.

 

 

f0bc609b-258f-460b-8d98-1cbe60c70fc5garconAt 9 PM Bottom Line Sports welcomes Indianapolis Colt Pierre Garcon, one of the top wide receivers in the NFL playoffs, to talk about how he is supporting the victims of the earthquake disaster in his homeland of Haiti.

 

 

18084At 9 PM The Career Catalyst talks about how to take charge of your job search and career with Debra Benton, known as the “CEO Whisperer” and bestselling author of How to Think Like a CEO.

 

 

callie-walker-real-world-dcAt 10 PM Callie Walker, the fourth cast member of MTV’s The Real World DC to join Talk Entertainment, shares her journey on the show, and what it was like to live with strangers in the nation’s capitol on Talk Entertainment.

 

 

7ce9f0c2-4c61-4a43-88a2-3e47c13ea9d7kavi-home-1At 11 PM The Movie Geeks continue gearing up for this year’s Oscar celebration with an exclusive interview with Best Live Action Short Film nominee Gregg Helvey, writer and director of Kavi.

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Gearing Up for the Holidays

Even though I have never seen A Christmas Story in its entirety, the film’s pervasiveness in American culture cannot be denied.  lampleg

Imagine my confusion when I was invited to an A Christmas Story-themed holiday party last weekend, only to arrive to find an upside-down Christmas tree, Nerf guns lying around, and ladies dressed up in black fishnet tights with lamps as skirts.  What have I been missing?

Tscutoday, Betty Jo Tucker of Movie Addict Headquarters prepares us all for the holiday season with a special tribute to this 1983 flick.  Special guests include Zack Ward and Julie Matthews from the film’s original cast who weigh in on their experiences during filming, plus their reactions to its long-lived popularity. Both have gone on to successful careers in the entertainment industry.  Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari joins in to analyze the film’s role in Christmas movie history.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I think I have a rental to pick up from the video store.


SoundBits: ‘Movie Addict HQ’ Host Betty Jo Tucker

Movie addicts know Betty Jo Tucker well. She has a passion for movies the way some of us (who shall remain nameless) have a passion for chocolate. Each week on Movie Addict Headquarters she brings us movielicious guests, tribute shows and a look at the flicks we grew up with – or those that promise to shape our future. And this year alone, the Colorado Springs, Colo., resident has interviewed such stars as Barry Bostwick, Joe Mantegna, Lorna Luft and Tim Reid. We’re pleased to feature Betty Jo in this week’s installment of SoundBits.

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

Movie Addict Headquarters offers fun and enlightening discussions about all things cinematic!

Dances to teen-musical numbers in her tap shoes when no one's watching.

Betty Jo: Dances to "High School Musical" tracks in her tap shoes when no one's watching.

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

No surprises – I’ve revealed everything in Confessions of a Movie Addict, my life-at-the- movies autobiography, as well as in It Had to Be Us, a romantic memoir my husband and I co-wrote under the pseudo- nyms Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence.

Who’s your broadcasting hero?

Nikki Starr. She hosts Nikki Rocks the Politics with such incredible energy and enthusiasm! Plus, her unique voice draws listeners in while inspiring us to “live, love, laugh – and pay it forward.”

If you could book any person on earth as a guest on your show, who would it be and why?

Johnny Depp (be still, my heart!). Why? Duh.

As we speak, what are you wearing?

My usual black slacks, black top, and sparkly tap shoes.

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever done while in the middle of hosting your show?

Dropped my phone. That’s not very strange, you say? Yes, it is – because I was also practicing a High School Musical 3 dance routine at the time. Do not try this at home, folks.

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