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Daily Highlights: Monday; October 4, 2010

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Mr. Media gets busy with Yvonne Strahovski, who plays Sarah Walker on Chuck. The Australian-born beauty (who’s of Polish descent) will chat about what’s coming up on the NBC series, and about her role opposite Bobby De Niro and Clive Owen in the big-screen flick, The Killer Elite.
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Ask Mom RN host Tamara Walker gets down to brass tacks with carpenter Carter Oosterhouse (try saying that 3 times fast), host of the HGTV series Carter Can. The hunky builder will talk about teaming up with Lowe’s to promote energy-saving technologies.
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Stardish Radio’s Jo Ann Kubasek sits down with former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler who’s appeared in such flicks as True Lies and The Firm, and recently wrapped Dyfunctional Friends. Stacy will preview her guest turn on tonight’s episode of NBC’s Chuck.
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Comedian Stevie Mack gives it up for Andres “Dres” Titus, half of the alternative hip-hop group Black Sheep, who charted in the ‘90s with tracks like Strobelite Honey and The Choice Is Yours. Dres will fill us in on his latest EP, From The Black Pool of Genius.
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Variety Topics host Sonia Fitch gets up close and personal with Fox News Channel legal analyst— and Bill O’Reilly’s sparring partner in his weekly “Is It Legal?” segment—Lis Wiehl, who’ll chat about her latest thriller (authored with April Henry), titled Face of Betrayal.
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The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Meghan Rogers, president of the National Collegiate Cancer Foundation, Kay Cofrancesco, director of advocacy relations for the Lung Cancer Alliance, and Beth Stern, executive director of the LUNGevity Foundation.

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Weekly Best: Friday; September 27, 2010

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Prolific TV writer-producer Stephen J. Cannell has passed away. But despite 4 decades of success— and a 9-figure fortune—he strove to raise good kids. “You want them to be hard workers and care about other people’s feelings,” he told Shawn Daily of The Daily Mix just last year, “and not become Hollywood brats.”
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In 1987, well before he signed a deal to develop a show about nothing, Jerry Seinfeld had nothing but the highest of standards in mind for such a sitcom. “I have no desire to be part of most of the crap you see on TV, just so I could say, ‘Hey, I got a TV show!’” he told host Robin Milling.
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More than a year after Patrick Swayze passed away, his wife, Lisa Niemi,  still shudders at how the tabs fabricated tales of his condition: “They were showing photos of his father and sister’s grave with an arrow pointing to where Patrick wanted to be buried—which was not true, she told Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard of The Stupid Cancer Show.
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Six-time Grammy champ John Legend chatted about the track he wrote for the new docu Waiting for “Superman,” titled Shine. “It was inspired by the stories of the kids in the film,” he told FilmGordon Radio. “Their future is determined in some ways by a lottery that picks which school they get to go to.”
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Host Timothy Hodge got busy with budding pop stars Savannah and Amanda Burhoe, aka Savvy & Mandy. The delightful Radio Disney duo, whose debut single, Waiting for Heartbreak, was featured on MTV’s Newport Harbor, sampled their latest track, Words.
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Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone kicked it with Regina Hall, who plays Evelyn Price on Law & Order: Los Angeles—and who’s addicted to Oxygen’s true-crime series Snapped: “I can watch episode after episode. Five in a row. It’s not like you’re crazy, but you are like WHOA!”

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Programming Highlights; July 19, 2010

jenny-bicksAt 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum sits down with writer-producer Jenny Bicks, who’s best known for her work on Sex and the City. Jenny, who also created Men in Trees, will chat about her new Showtime series, The Big C, starring Laura Linney.
roy-nelson1At 8 PM The Wheelhouse hosts Michael Bower and Chris Cause mix it up with UFC superstar Roy Nelson. The Jiu-Jitsu black belt, who—despite his 263 pounds—is known for his agility, will discuss his upcoming bout with Brazilian heavyweight Junior Dos Santos.
brian-culberson At 10 PM Talking Smooth Jazz host Terri Scott kicks it with musician Brian Culbertson, who regularly opens for Barry Manilow—and has got a new album that drops tomorrow titled simply XII.  The disc sports guest performances by such artists as Brian McKnight and Faith Evans.

miles-wolffAt 1 PM Sports Talk 2345 host Matthew Orso sits down with Miles Wolff, commissioner of the Can-Am baseball league, and owner of the Quebec Capitales. Miles will chat about the current MLB season, as well as his sentiments about the late George Steinbrenner.
stupidcancershow-15At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young-adult sarcoma survivor Jason Mlot, and Cyriac Roeding, CEO of ShopKick, Inc. and of 12 Snap Mobile.

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Programming Highlights; July 5, 2010

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dennis-la-white At 7 PM Host Tracey Moore gets busy with Dennis L.A. White, who played Damion “D-Roc” Butler in last year’s Biggie Wallace biopic Notorious. Dennis will chat about his role in the upcoming Sweet Lorraine, opposite such blasts from the past Jimmie Walker and Tatum O’Neal.

 

carrie-snowAt 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q kicks it with comedian Carrie Snow, who earned her stripes as a joke writer for Roseanne Barr—and whose motto is “Seven Thousand Sailors Can’t Be Wrong.” Carrie will fill us in on her upcoming Vegas appearances.

 

stupidcancershow-111At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes BRICKS for Young Adults founder Charissa Hamilton-Gribenas, CancerCare Young Adult Services Program Coordinator Julie Larson and Angel Spotlight’s Jennifer Owen.

 

bruce-hendersonAt 9 PM Sins of Omission host Paulie Abeles goes one-on-one with Bruce Henderson, author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller And the Sea Will Tell. The former U.S. Navy weatherman will discuss his latest book, Hero Found: The Greatest POW Escape of the Vietnam War.

 

justin-chon2At 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega hangs with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. The actor will fill us in on his upcoming projects, including the flick Crossing Over, opposite Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.

 

brett-mcginnisAlso at 9 PM Paranormal Talk Radio scares up an interview with Brett McGinnis from Season 2 of the Syfy series Ghost Hunters Academy. In addition to his experiences on the show, Brett will share his beliefs in other-worldly creatures and activities.

 

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Programming Highlights; April 19, 2010

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teapartyexpress3-scroller-1At noon Freedomizer Radio host Joe Racer is live for the latest Tea Party protest—the Second Amendment March on Washington, complete with speeches by U.S. Rep. Paul Broun, shock jock Mancow Muller and “Patrick ‘Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death’ Henry.”

harry-kalas-scroller-1 At 2 PM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with Randy Miller, author of the new book Harry the K: The Remarkable Life of Harry Kalas to remember the man who narrated countless NFL Films productions, including the long-running Inside the NFL series.

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Programming Highlights; April 16, 2010

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marci-schimoffAt 11 AM host Veronica Drake kicks back with Marci Shimoff, bestselling author of Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Happy for No Reason, as well as a teacher in the global book and film phenom, The Secret. Marci is dedicated to helping people reduce stress and find joy.

the-wii-mommies-scroller1At 1 PM The Wii Mommies, a community headed by “Super Jenn” Hethcoat, Julie “Momspective” Maloney and Sarah “The Real Life Blog” Pinnix that’s dedicated to vitual fitness, reveals how its three-week test run of the Wii Fit exercise system panned out.

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Programming Highlights; March 15, 2010

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*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

author-chick-for-christieAt 10:30 AM Celebrate women’s history month with Elsie Sze, author of The Heart of Buddha as she invites us to journey through Bhutan, an enchanting kingdom in South Asia that has only recently caught the world’s attention on Who You Callin’ Old.

 

 

jesse-ventura-for-christieAt 1 PM Jesse Ventura, former Navy SEAL, governor, pro-wrestler, and bestselling author, joins Mr. Media to talk about his latest book, American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies That the Government Tells Us.

 

 

anita-for-christieAt 2 PM Anita Bruzzese, editor of Smart Brief on Workplace and national columnist, joins Train With Shane to discuss job search trends, and workplace and small business dynamics.

 

 

doc-for-christieAt 7:30 PM Dr. Michael Pryce, author of Anathema: America’s War On Medicine goes Online With Andrea to offer a cure for what ails the health care system in the U.S. and his recent bid to run for the Senate in Ohio.

 

 

stupid-cancerAt 9 PM Jennifer Goodman Linn, survivor and Cycle For Survival, Deborah Ludwig, survivor, author of Rebirth and creator of the Writing for Your Life Workshop, and Dr. Laura Liberman, radiologist at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and author of I Signed As The Doctor will be on The Stupid Cancer Show.

 

 

tuxedo-dude-for-christieAt 10 PM Let’s Be Frank welcomes legendary vocalist Lenny Welch to share the story of his singing career in his own words, including his 1963 hit, Since I Fell For You.

 

 


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