Tomorrow will be Televised discusses how a new TV series makes its way to you? One way may be through New Voices, a new effort uniting TV networks, programmers and up-and-coming writers. Humanitas is running this show, and Humanitas director Cathleen Young joins the show for a progress report.
Deborah Shane welcomes Kaira Rouda, former newspaper columnist, reporter, contributing magazine editor, and freelance writer for numerous regional and national publications. Kaira discuss how she created Real Living Real Estate, the first national and fasted growing women-focused brand in real estate. And, talks about Here, Home, Hope is Kaira’s debut fiction novel.
Anna Olson joins GirlTalk host Marlo Boux. The star of The Food Network Canada’s ‘Fresh’ and ‘Sugar’, discusses her to Niagara from New Orleans in 1995. Eager for change from her role as a chef in the fast-paced restaurant life- Anna talk about how she embraced the bounties of the local growers and how this impacted her as a chef.
The Stupid Cancer Show welcomes Meredith Israel from the Max Cure Foundation, Nita L. Seibel MD and Steven Freidman from the National Cancer Institute, and Deborah Vollmer Dahlke from the Texas Life Science Foundation.
This week HTM will be 1-on-1 with the legendary Percy Pringle III aka Paul Bearer. Find out what one of the greatest WWE Intercontinental Champions and best managers of all time has to say.
The Flylady welcomes Rene Syler, author of Good Enough Mother: The Perfectly Imperfect Book of Parenting and former anchor of The Early Show on CBS, to discuss overcoming the need to be a “perfect parent”, breast cancer, and much more