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Diahann Carroll, Rodney Allen Rippy and Olympic Gold Medalist Diane Dixon on BlogTalkRadio

att-dianedixonDiane Dixon: The Olympic gold medalist, who holds the American record for fastest time in the 4 x 400 metres race, recalls how she talked her way into her first professional race. “I saw this guy with Gucci loafers, no socks, an Izod shirt,” she tells host Chris LaMonica as part of our 28 Days of Black History Makers series, presented by AT&T. “I walked over to him, I said, ‘Hi, my name’s Diane Dixon.’ And Fred said, ‘I have enough runners.’ And I said, ‘Yea, but you don’t have me!’”

diahann-carrollDiahann Carroll: The Tony Award winner, who last month was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame, stops by Buzzworthy Radio to chat with host NaVell Lee about her guest role opposite fellow show-biz legend Billy Dee Williams on the USA Network series White Collar.

rodney-allen-rippyRodney Allen Rippy: The former child actor, whose ‘70s Jack in the Box ads—to say nothing of his Tonight Show appearances—made him a pop-culture icon, stops by The NeverHood to talk with host Ethan Tudor W about his current work for Hurricane Housing Relief.

laura-lippmanLaura Lippman: The New York Times bestselling author sits down with Book Club Girl to chat about her new novel, The Girl in the Green Raincoat, which tells the story of a pregnant private detective in her third trimester who must investigate a missing person—without ever leaving her bedroom.

patrick-fabianPatick Fabian: The Last Exorcism hunk, who has a recurring part on HBO’s Big Love, sits down with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker to chat about his starring role opposite Melissa Peterman and Ed Asner on CMT’s new scripted comedy series Working Class.

drew-seeleyDrew Seeley: The Canadian star of Glory Daze—which follows a group of college freshmen who pledge an Animal House-like frat during the ‘80s—drops back in on The VRO host Amy McCracken to chat about the TBS sitcom, and his pop-music career.

Programming Highlights; April 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:

 

 

natalin-avci-scroller1At 4 PM Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica kicks it with Sports Illustrated model Natalin Avci. The tantalizing mannequin has appeared on HBOs’ Entourage, and next month opens in her first big-screen feature, Perfect Combination, starring Christian Keyes and Tiffany Hines.

 

 

leonard-coldwell-scrollerAt 4 PM Variety Topics host (and former Playboy model) Sonia Fitch welcomes Dr. Leonard Coldwell, president of the World Wellness Organization and author of Instinct-Based Medicine, for a discussion of cancer and stress-related illnesses.

 

 

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NY Times Columnist Frank Rich on Think Youth

The Think Youth show is hosted by teenagers. Progressive, motivated teenagers with a passion for politics and a tool to broadcast their opinions. What were you doing when you were a teenager?

Today, Frank Rich of the NY Times will join the Think Youth show at 7pm ET to discuss his new book “The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth from 9/11 to Katrina.” From his website:

FrankRich Frank Rich became a New York Times Op-Ed columnist in 1994 after serving for thirteen years as the newspaper’s chief drama critic. He has written about culture and politics for many other publications and was on the staffs of Time, the New York Post, and New Times magazine after starting his career as a founding editor of The Richmond Mercury, a weekly newspaper, in the early 1970s. He is the author of Ghost Light, a childhood memoir; Hot Seat: Theater Criticism for The New York Times, 1980-1993; and The Theatre Art of Boris Aronson, coauthored with Lisa Aronson.

Rich was a guest on The Colbert Report, which is always good for a laugh and demonstrates his sense of humor.