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Programming Highlights: February 15, 2010

Tune in to some great live content today on BlogTalkRadio.

Today’s Programming Highlights:

Today at 2:00 PM EST Richard Jalichandra, CEO and President of Technorati, joins Social Mediopolis to chat about his career in the web, with leadership roles across the media spectrum.

Tonight at 7 PM EST Bestselling author of Make Up, Don’t Break Up and therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil addresses relationship topics related to love, adultery and financial adultery on aka radio red.

Tonight at 8 PM EST Comedian actors David Hornsby and Loren Tarquinio join Somewhere in Vegas to talk about their beloved podcast, Yoda and Me, plus their roles on Free Radio and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

hornsbyTonight at 9 PM EST  This Is Some Scene  welcomes Nick Hornby, best known for his beloved novels High Fidelity and About a Boy, to chat about his screenplay An Education, which has garnered an Academy Award nomination this year.

Also at 9 PM EST on Voices for Justice, special guests Entertainment Tonight’s Diane Dimond and Dr. Dale Archer weigh in on the recent scandals of John Edwards and other elected officials.

allanhydeAt 10 PM EST Artists on Demand Radio welcomes Allan Hyde from season two of hit TV show True Blood, where he played 2000 year old vampire Godric, to talk about his time on the True Blood set, how he broke into the business, and what lies ahead.

Also at 9 PM EST on The Stupid Cancer Show guests include Darren Neuberger, Leukemia survivor and author of Let’s Talk About It, Jennifer Benz, Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivor and founder of Benz Communications, and Marisa Marchetto, breast cancer survivor, author of Cancer Vixen and founder of The Cancer Vixen Fund.

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Becoming Fran

She’s well known as the nasal-voiced star of hit 90’s sitcom, The Nanny.fl_fran-story

But Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actress, screenwriter, producer, and comedian Fran Drescher has been putting her star power to work to help others ever since then.

In 2000, after two years of symptoms and eight misdiagnoses, Fran entered the hospital for what was determined to be uterine cancer.  The disease had progressed so far that Fran underwent a radical hysterectomy.  She wrote about her experience in her book, Cancer Shmancer.

Seven years after her surgery, Drescher announced the launch of the Cancer Schmancer Movement, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that all women’s cancers be diagnosed while in Stage 1, the stage when cancer is most curable.  Since then she has worked tirelessly as a healthcare advocate, raising gynecologic cancer awareness in Washington, and has received several awards for her efforts.

fl_csYesterday, The Stupid Cancer Show on BlogTalkRadio, the voice of young cancer, welcomed comedian and activist Fran Drescher for an interview to discuss life as a cancer survivor, the Cancer Schmancer Movement’s recent work, and how you can get involved.  Listen to the inspiring chat here.