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Eva Longoria Wants to Know If You’re Ready for Love | 04.17.13

Eva Longoria gets you ready for love

by The Drew Show in TELEVISION

Executive Producer Eva Longoria and matchmaker Amber Kelleher Andrews chat about NBC’s new dating show, Ready for Love. Get love life advice and then tune in Tuesdays after The Voice.


boston Tragedy aftermath: how to Talk to your kids about terror

by Best Ever You in SELF-HELP

Once again our nation is shaken by an act of terror. What do we say to our children? Tune in for tips on that as well as how to help and how to live your best life in the midst of this new reality. 


R&B Great Donell Jones on Rodney Perry Live

by RodneyPerryLive in COMEDY

Singer/songwriter/producer and R&B great Donell Jones chats with Rodney Perry about his new CD. Plus, a few impromptu celebrity calls using Rodney’s Rolodex!


VenezuelaN Elections: Thoughts on President-Elect NICOLAS maduro

by Silvio Canto Jr. in CURRENT EVENTS

Silvio Canto Jr. discusses the importance of the election in Venezuela with Daniel Duquenal, editor of Venezuela News & Views, plus Latin America expert Michael Prada-Krackow.


San Fran Fun: Bikes, Bridges and Museums by the bay

by Travel Brigade in TRAVEL

There’s a ton of fun to be had in San Francisco, from bikes to bridges to museums. Travel Brigade gets you up to speed on this year’s new attractions in the Bay Area.


Singer Grayson Hugh, Arrested Development’s Eshe and ‘America’s Next Great Restaurant’ Producers Dan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz Today on BlogTalkRadio

grayson-hughGrayson Hugh: The singer-songwriter, whose 1988 album Blind to Reason yielded the Top 20 hit Talk It Over, sits down with Milling About host Robin Milling to chat about his new CD, An American Record, which features the soulful tracks Zoe On the T Train and North Ohio.

esheMontsho Eshe: The singer-songwriter from two-time Grammy-winning hip-hop group Arrested Development—who scored such Top 10 hits as Tennessee, People Everyday and Mr. Wendal—stops by E.R. Radio to fill host Cutty Shark in on her upcoming solo project.

dancutforth-janelipsitzDan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz: The producers of America’s Next Great Restaurant stop by Tomorrow Will Be Televised to talk with host Simon Applebaum about the NBC reality series, which bows March 6. Plus: Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, co-creators of Breakout Kings.

att-dianne-reeves1Dianne Reeves: Though known for carrying on the tradition of jazz masters like Ella Fitzgerald, it was Earth Wind & Fire that helped propel the diva to stardom. “I didn’t know Philip Bailey then,” she tells host Joy Keys. “But I knew friends of his, who told him, ‘You should get Diane!’

Rocker Marshall Crenshaw, R&B Crooners Mint Condition and ‘Football Night in America’ Host Dan Patrick Today on BlogTalkRadio

marshall-crenshawMarshall Crenshaw: The rocker who had a hit with 1981’s Someday, Someway–and played Buddy Holly in La Bamba—drops in on Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to chat about playing John Lennon in the road production of Beatlemania!, and about his upcoming album.

mint-conditionMint Condition: The R&B quintet from St. Paul, Minn.—who charted in the ‘90s with tracks like If You Love Me and Ready or Not—drops in on host Suncera Johnson to chat about their new single Caught My Eye, and about their house-band gig on TV One’s Way Back When.

dan-patrickDan Patrick: The co-host of NBC’s Football Night in America, who also hosts an eponymous show on Premiere Radio Networks—and writes for Sports Illustrated—drops in on Milford CT Radio to preview the 2011 gridiron season.

att-montelwilliams1Montel Williams: The former talk-show king chats about living with multiple sclerosis. “One of the symptoms is that about 30 to 40 percent of us feel something called an ‘MS hug,’” he tells Living Smart & Well. It happened to me in Las Vegas… I thought I was having a heart attack.”

jesse-epps3Jesse Epps: The former AFSCME national organizer (circled), who was a close friend of Dr. Martin Luther King—and was at the minister’s side when he was shot in 1968—sits down with host Joyce Barrie to commemorate our slain leader during Black History Month.

Scott Speedman and Brittany Snow Today on BlogTalkRadio

scott-speedmanScott Speedman: The star of the new flick Barney’s Version recalls fibbing his way to fame in Hollywood. “I was pretty ballsy that way. My first job, I hadn’t done any acting before,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “But they needed a basketball player so I said I could play basketball. I never played basketball in my life!”

brittany-snowBrittany Snow: The actress who achieved teen cult status as Donna Keppel in 2008’s re-imagining of the 1980 horror flick Prom Night sits down with Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to fill us in on her new role opposite Kathy Bates in the NBC drama Harry’s Law.

kevin-brownKevin Brown: The actor who plays Tracy Morgan’s right-hand man, Dot Com, on 30 Rock drops in on Dr. Empowerment Radio host Larthenia Howard to chat about Season 5 of the hit NBC sitcom, which will be going into syndication this year on (where else?) Comedy Central.

wendyrobinsonWendy Raquel Robinson: The actress we loved as Regina Grier on The Steve Harvey Show, who went on to land the BET dramedy The Game, drops in on Conversations of a Spirited Actor host Tracey Moore to discuss her Amazing Grace Conservatory theatrical progam for kids.

steven-deknightSteven S. DeKnight: The Spartacus executive producer chats with Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum about the Starz series’ prequel, Gods of the Arena, which gets under way Jan. 21. Plus: Fancast TV columnist Adam Buckman and Fairly Legal creator Michael Sardo.

‘Green Hornet’ Star Seth Rogen and Teen Idol Cody Linley Today on BlogTalkRadio

seth-rogen3Seth Rogen: The superstar funnyman weighs in on slimming down for the title role in his big-screen remake of The Green Hornet, opening tomorrow. “There’s really nothing good about it, to be honest. I bought a bunch of clothes that I barely fit into anymore,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “People ask me a lot about losing the weight—which sucks. I don’t recommend it for everyone. Stay fat, people. That’s my motto!”

james-frain5James Frain: The actor whose character on NBC’s The Cape is named Chess reveals ironic weakness. “I’m a terrible chess player!” he tells Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone. “I was wondering if they were going to have me play chess in the show, but it’s not very cinematic. I can do the first few moves in a chess game, but then I get very impatient… I think my character in the show is called Chess because he’s such a manipulative, strategic kind of guy. He moves people around like pieces on a chess board.”

cody-linleyCody Linley: The hottie who played Jake Ryan on Hannah Montana, while also competing on Season 8 of Dancing with the Stars, stops by TD Radio to fill us in on his latest musical project—a duet with pop singer Lana, titled Receipt.

hillary-smithHillary B. Smith: The actress who began her soap career on As the World Turns before going on to play Nora Hanen on One Life to Live drops in to chat with host Silas Kain about her newest role, as Ellie in the upcoming web series Fumbling thru the Pieces.

‘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.

Matthew Modine, ‘Jackass’ Star Steve-O and Soul Diva Angie Stone Today on BlogTalkRadio

martin-fletcherMatthew Modine: The Full Metal Jacket star joins Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis for their eight-part tribute to the late director Stanley Kubrick. Matthew also announces the 2011 debut of the iPad version of his 2005 book, Full Metal Jacket Diary—and that, for the first time ever, he’s selling autographed prints of photos he took on the set of the 1987 Vietnam War flick.

steveoSteve-O: The British-born Jackass star, who graduated from Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1997, drops in on World Talk Live to chat with host Brett Cohen about his upcoming screen projects and his stunt-filled stand-up comedy tour.

angie-stoneAngie Stone: The soul diva, whose 2007 album The Art of Love & War hit No. 1 on the R&B charts—and who has collaborated with such A-listers as Erykah Badu, Josh Groban and Lenny Kravitz—drops in on Layin’ It on the Line’s Reginald Ford to sample tracks from her latest CD Unexpected.

paolocoehlo3Paulo Coelho—Live & Taking Calls: The iconic Brazilian writer returns to Syndicated News to talk with Ruthie DiTucci about the 20th anniversary edition of his allegorical novel The Alchemist, which has sold 65 million copies—and holds the Guinness World Record for most translated book by a living author.

fran-capoFran Capo: The New York City-born adventurer-comedian, who holds the Guinness World Record for fastest-talking female—having spoken 603 words in 54 seconds—chats with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker about plying her verbal virtuosity on the silver screen.

martin-fletcher1Martin Fletcher: NBC News’ Middle East bureau chief drops in on World Footprints hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick to discuss his new book, Walking Israel: A Personal Search for the Soul of a Nation. Plus: Curator Bill Dreyer takes us inside the art of Ted Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss.