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Daily Highlights: Tuesday; September 21, 2010

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All Girl Talk Radio whoops it up with Terri J. Vaughn, who first captured our hearts as Lovita Alizay Jenkins Robinson on The Steve Harvey Show. The wife of former Chicago Bear Karon Riley will chat about her role on Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.

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Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with Rob Morrow, who starred in Robert Redford’s 1994 flick Quiz Show, and Maura Tierney, who starred in E.R., to chat about their roles on ABC’s intriguing new legal drama, The Whole Truth, which debuts tomorrow at 10pm ET.
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Icon Fetch’s Tony Peter rocks out with Chris Difford, half of the Squeeze team who—with Glenn Tilbrook—penned pop classics like Black Coffee in Bed and Cool for Cats. Glenn will chat about the band’s new album, Spot the Difference, which painstakingly recreates its greatest hits.
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AACONS’ Marie Stroughter goes one-on-one with David Nunes, who was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve as California State Director for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development section, before being elected to U.S. Congress in 2003.
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Chopra Center Radio debuts with “Emotional Healing,” an hour-long special hosted by Dr. David Simon, the center’s co-founder, and davidji, its lead educator. If you’re stressed and afraid to move forward in life, their tips and wisdom will soon have you on the path to recovery.
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Women on the Move host Leslie Harris gives it up for Demetria McKinney, who began her screen career in Tyler Perry’s 2004 video release Meet the Browns, before going on to star as Janine Payne in his hit TBS sitcom House of Payne.


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Bo Svenson: Paul Newman Refused Teen Fan an Autograph—Until She Gave Dad His Props

For a guy who was one of the greatest movie idols of all time, Paul Newman sported surprisingly little ego.

Or so that’s impression he made on fellow screen stud Bo Svenson.

Interviewed on Super ’70s Flashback!, Bo, a veteran of such films as North Dallas Forty and Heartbreak Ridge, discusses being cast opposite Robert Redford in a role meant for Paul, who passed away last year at age 83.

Paul:

Paul: Absence of self-importance.

“While we were making The Great Waldo Pepper, right outside Elgin, Texas, Paul Newman came by. I thought he’d arrived to replace me, because I know that I had replaced him in the movie,” Bo tells host Carey Fisher of the 1975 flick.

“Originally, [director] George Roy Hill was going to make the movie with Robert Redford and Paul Newman. But [Universal Pictures President] Sid Scheinberg had made a joke to George asking him if Continue reading