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Daily Highlights: Thursday October 21, 2010

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Lady Charmaine Live host Charmaine Bassett gets up close and personal with CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, who’ll fill us in the latest in her “Black In America” documentary series, “Almighty Debt,” which premieres tonight at 9pm ET.
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Keeping It Reel’s Tim Gordon sits down with producer Doug Liman, who has brought such flicks as The Bourne Identity and Kissing Jessica Stein to the silver screen. Doug will chat about his new film, Fair Game, a CIA thriller starring Sean Penn and Naomi Watts.
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Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman gets busy with Canadian Playmate Lana Tailor, who’ll chat about Season 2 of her Cinemax cable series Lingerie, which features a full cast of pros working in the Big Apple’s intimate-apparel industry.
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FaithWords welcomes Jill Kelly, the wife of former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly. In 1997, the couple’s son, Hunter, was diagnosed with Krabbe’s disease, though survived 8 years. Jill will discuss he new book, Without a Word: How a Boy’s Unspoken Love Changed Everything.
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E2 Radio sits down with Gary Marshall, CIO of Taconic Farms, Inc., about the challenges of melding business technology with his life-sciences solutions firm’s cutting-edge work in genetics, pharmaceuticals, and biomedical research.
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If your smile isn’t dazzling, the rest of your appearance can seem off. Paula Begoun and her Cosmetics Cop Team offer tips for teeth-whitening, smile-flattering lipsticks, eliminating chapped lips, and more. Call in for a chance to win free Paula’s Choice products.

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Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner: Frequent Movie Dates—with Matt Damon

CAPTION: "Comedians love other comedians. They feel loose. You can trust another comedian," Daivd (above) tells us of putting his new interview series together.

"Comedians love other comedians. They feel loose," David (above) tells us.

It’s good to be the king—of the remote control.

That, we imagine, is Mel Brooks‘ feeling about the semi-retirement he’s enjoying with fellow funnyman Carl Reiner.

Interviewed on Tomorrow Will Be Televised, David Steinberg—himself no slouch in the comedy department, having been an audience favorite since his first Smothers Brothers Show
appearance 42 years ago—discusses a new interview series for which he’s been busy chatting with the greatest comics of all time.

“It’s Steve Carell and Continue reading