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‘The Nanny’ Star Charles Shaughnessy, ‘Men Are from Mars’ Author John Gray and More Today on BlogTalkRadio

charles-shaughnessyCharles Shaughnessy: The actor who began his career playing Shane Donovan on Days of Our Lives—before going on to drive Fran Drescher bonkers with desire on the hit sitcom The Nanny—drops in on OutTakes to chat with host Laurie Baker about his role on the web series The Bay.

john-grayJohn Gray: The best-selling relationship scribe of all time—whose books, including the Men are from Mars series, have sold some 50 million copies—drops in on Logical Soul Talk host Michael Craig to chat about his latest title, Venus on Fire, Mars on Ice.

eric-floydEric “Sleepy” Floyd: The former NBA point guard, who played for the Nets, Warriors, Rockets and Spurs, drops in on the Bottom Line Sports Show to chat with hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy about the current hoops season. Plus: MLB outfielder (and 4-time Gold Glove champ) Kenny Lofton.

jennifer-huttJennifer Koppleman Hutt: The daughter of Martha Stewart Living chairman Charles Koppelman—who hosts the Sirius Satellite Radio program Whatever with Martha’s daughter Alexis Stewart—stops by to chat with host Olivia Wilder about Season 3 of her Hallmark Channel series, Whatever, Martha!

bellamy-brothersJesse and Noah Bellamy: The country music duo joins their dad, David Bellamy—who, with his brother, Homer, made up the up the hit-making ‘70s duo The Bellamy Brothers—on Live from Music City. The musical family will chat with host David Lowry about what it takes to make a successful career.

‘The Game’ Star Wendy Raquel Robinson and Olympic Figure-Skating Gold Medalist Brian Boitano Today on BlogTalkRadio

wendyrobinsonWendy Raquel Robinson: The actress who made her name as principal Regina Grier on The Steve Harvey Show before landing on the BET dramedy The Game drops in on That’s Entertainment’s Tammy Jones-Gibbs to fill us in on her Amazing Grace Conservatory theatrical progam for kids.

brian-boitanoBrian Boitano: The former World Figure Skating Champion, who won a gold medal at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, stops by to fill Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone in on his Dec. 26 NBC special, Brian Boitano’s Skating Spectacular.

gil-gerardGil Gerard: The actor who set countless female hearts aflutter as the star of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century drops in on host Olivia Wilder to fill us in on his upcoming screen projects, including the TV flicks Buck Rogers Begins and The Lost Valentine.

the-escorts1The Legendary Escorts: The ‘70s R&B trio—Reginald Hayes, Bill Martin and LaGrant Harris—who made musical history by recording their debut album, All We Need Is Another Chance, while doing time in prison, drop in to chat with EnergyTwist’s Energy and Sister Cee about their storied career.

Mark Wahlberg, New York Times Social Media Editor Jennifer Preston and George Foreman III Today on BlogTalkRadio

mark-wahlberg1Mark Wahlberg: The Fighter star—who plays boxer “Irish” Micky Ward in David O. Russell’s new flick—talks with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon about parallels between himself and his real-life character. “Putting on that belt was a childhood fantasy—being in the ring and the crowd screaming,” he says. “Micky’s journey is very much like mine. The only difference is that I was in the entertainment business and he was an athlete. Other than that, we grew up 30 minutes from each other, both from a family of nine and we both of us had to overcome a lot of obstacles to achieve our goals.”

jennifer-prestonJennifer Preston: The New York Times’ first-ever social media editor joins Columbia Journalism for a discussion on “What We Learned Teaching Social Media.” Also on the panel: Wall Street Journal Outreach Editor Zach Seward, and Mashable community manager Vadim Lavrusik.

george-foremaniii-aGeorge Foreman III: Aka “Monk,” the son of former World Heavyweight Champ George Foreman steps into the ring with Speak Your Damn Mind! Celebrity Radio host LaTricia Angela to chat about his own journey as a professional boxer, including his “torture chamber” training regimin.

reggie-williamsReggie Williams: The former NBA star—who racked up 7,508 point during his decade-long career with the Clippers, Cavs, Spurs, Nuggets, Pacers and Nets—stops by the Bottom Line Sports Show to chat with hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy about how LeBron James is faring in Miami, and about the current hoops season.

robert-ulrichRobert Ulrich: The Hollywood casting director, who has worked on hit TV series ranging from Matlock to CSI—not to mention Glee—stops by Film Festival Radio to fill host Janice Malone in on Oxygen’s upcoming 10-part reality series The Glee Project.

Spike Lee, LeBron James, The Goo Goo Dolls’ John Rzeznik and More Today on BlogTalkRadio

spike-leeSpike Lee: The cinematic powerhouse spends a full hour with The Knicks Blog host Anthony “Rice Balls” Donahue, chatting about his hometown team. And when asked if he was disappointed that the Knicks didn’t land LeBron James, native New Yorker Spike says no—“Because if somebody doesn’t want to be here, then you don’t want them.

lebron-james1LeBron James: The NBA superstar weighs in on the fan-produced Nike ad mash-up in which fellow hoops luminary Michael Jordan responds to the King’s own Nike spot. When RF Sports host Rodney Fisher asks LeBron about the video, he says, “I have no idea what you’re talking about. I haven’t seen it.”

tyrone-nesbyTyrone Nesby: The former NBA forward, who played for the Los Angeles Clippers and Washington Wizards before moving on to Greek and Italian teams abroad, drops in on host Brown Suga to share his memories of one-time teammate Michael Jordan—and to offer his take on LeBron James’ first outing against the Cavs.

john-rzeznik1John Rzeznik: The Goo Goo Dolls frontman and the band’s bassist, Robby Takac, join Milling About host Robin Milling at NYC’s Roseland Ballroom to chat about their latest CD, Something For The Rest of Us. (And be sure not to miss John’s a cappella rendition of Happy Birthday for birthday girl Robin.)

tabatha-coffeyTabatha Coffey: The Aussie hairstylist, who made her name as a contestant on the Bravo reality series Sheer Genius, drops in on Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to fill is in on Season 3 of her spinoff, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, which gets under way Monday, Dec. 6.

peter-biddlePeter Biddle: Intel’s general manager, who leads the semiconductor giant’s AppUp Products and Services Group, welcomes Sparkbuy founder and CEO Dan Shapiro to Atom Mashing Radio for a discussion on the challenges and opportunities people face when trying to turn a big idea into a big success.

Intel’s Peter Biddle, Russell Crowe, Sasha Cohen and More: BlogTalkRadio’s Weekly Highlights

peter-biddlePeter Biddle: Intel’s general manager, who leads the tech giant’s AppUp Products and Services Group, kicks off the maiden edition of Atom Mashing Radio with a visit from Gaikai.com’s David Perry, who’ll update us on the hottest gaming news.

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Russell Crowe: The Oscar champ—whose new flick, The Next Three Days, tells the story of a husband whose wife is accused of murder—weighs in on his commitment to real-life spouse Danielle Spencer. “I would do anything for my wife,” he tells Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon.

sasha-cohenSasha Cohen: Three-time world champion figure skater—who snagged a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy—stops by Film Festival Radio to fill host Janice Malone in on the 2-hour Cold-EEZE Improv Ice show, airing today at 4pm ET on NBC.

ben-gordonBen Gordon: The British-American NBA guard chills with The NBA Breakdown’s Audley Stephenson and Dave Mendonca while chatting about his sharp-shooting days with the Bulls, and the Pistons’ meltdown last season—and what his current team has to do now to get back on track.

jerry-trainorJerry Trainor: The actor who plays Spencer Shay on iCarly—and whose character squares off against guest star Jack Black on tonight’s episode of the Nick series, titled iStart A Fan War—joins Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum live from the campus of New York University.

alana-stewart1Alana Stewart: The ex-wife of George Hamilton and Rod Stewart, who paid tribute to the late Farrah Fawcett in her best-selling memoir My Journey with Farrah and in the NBC documentary Farrah’s Story, chats with Best Ever You about staying young—and pursuing your dreams—at any age.

clinton-kellyClinton Kelly: The co-host of TLC’s What Not to Wear returns to The Feisty Side of Fifty. This time, Clinton offers fashion and entertainment tips for the holiday season. “You know how much fun this guy can be,” says host Eileen Williams. “He makes all things merry and chic!”

kel-mitchellKel Mitchell: The former teen idol, who made his name as a member of Nick’s All That cast—and went on to star in Good Burger—hangs with Life After Dusk’s Cedric “Ceddy J” Collier. Kel will chat about his role opposite Vivica Fox in the upcoming flick Caught on Tape.

phylicia-rashadPhylicia Rashad: The Cosby Show—and For Colored Girls—star, who last year appeared on Broadway in the Tracy Letts drama, August: Osage County, drops in on Harlem Talk Radio to participate in its “World of Black Theater” series, hosted by correspondent Ben Oduro.

anthony-anderson-3Anthony Anderson: The Law & Order star lets us in on an exclusive piece of sporting news. “This is my word—this is the first time I’m telling anybody this publicly—I will be running in the 2011 New York City Marathon,” Anthony tells Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone.

Daily Highlights: Tuesday, September 14, 2010

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At 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy give it up for former Knicks shooting guard John Starks, who was the first player in NBA history to hit 200 3-pointers in a single season— and remains the Knicks’ all-time scorer in that challenging category.
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At 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters’ Betty Jo Tucker goes one-on-one with Tony Todd, who played the title role in Clive Barker’s 1992 horror flick Candyman and its 3 sequels, before strutting his badd self on the little screen, as General Benjamin Juma in 24.
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At 4 PM Host Bob Johnson whoops it up with The Daily Show’s Kristen Schaal, who played stalker-fan Mel on HBO’s Flight of the Conchords. Kristen will chat about her new book (written with beau—and fellow Daily Show staffer—Rich Blomquist), The Sexy Book of Sexy Sex.
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At noon Movie Beat’s Rex Sikes hangs with Michael Paré, whose role opposite Tom Berenger in 1983’s Eddie and the Cruisers rocketed him to cult-hero status—and led to a career that has encompassed more than 70 flicks, including Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides.
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At 130 PM Center Street welcomes celeb journalist Glenn Plaskin, whose new book, Katie Up and Down the Hall, tells the true story of “a man who discovers the true meaning of family after adopting a cocker spaniel puppy.” Golden Girl Betty White has called the memoir “an absolute delight.”
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At 8 PM Get Up Show’s Chris LaMonica gets busy with Diane Dixon, who won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in the 4 x 400 relay race. The Brooklyn, N.Y., native will recount memorable, ah, run-ins with such A-listers as Bill Cosby and the late George Steinbrenner.


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