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:
At 11:30 AM CNN News anchor Don Lemon drops in on Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone to chat about his documentary, Michael Jackson: The Final Days, which features interviews with Tito and Jermaine Jackson, and debuts June 25—the one-year anniversary of the King of Pop’s death.
At noon Jason Isaacs—who plays dastardly Lucius Malfoy—reveals to host Robin Milling a real-life crime from the Harry Potter flicks. “They had this pile of gold coins on the set,” says the Skeletons star, “and they broke for lunch and came back and almost all the gold coins had gone.”
At 2 PM What’s on Hachette’s summer reading list? Find out from three editors—who’ll each make a recommendation: Grand Central Publishing’s Jamie Raab (The Lion), Little, Brown’s Reagan Arthur (The Island) and Center Street’s Christina Boys (Sweet Misfortune).
At 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters celebrates 3 years on BlogTalkRadio (you the man, Betty Jo!) with a special Anniversary Antics edition of the show that never fails to have cinephiles (Jennifer) jonesing for another dose. Best moments, book giveaways, special guests and all that, ah, Jazz.
At 6 PM World Footprints Radio hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick tips their hats to the FIFA World Cup with an interview with Tommy Clark, founder of Grassroots Soccer, which trains African soccer stars and coaches to teach HIV prevention to local youths.
At 9 PM Icon Fetch host Tony Peters gets busy with Shelby Lynne, who snagged Best New Artist honors at the 2001 Grammys, and in 2008 released a critically-acclaimed tribute to Dusty Springfield. The Things Are Tough All Over singer will chat about her new CD, Tears, Lies and Alibis.
Also at 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy scrimmage with Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Mike Thomas, who was drafted in late 2009 from U. of Arizona—where he set the school and Pac-10 record for receptions, with 259 for 3,231 yards.