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 10 AMThe Joe Show whoops it up with funnyman Tim Conway, who captured America’s heart as a castmember of The Carol Burnett Show, which ran for 11 years on CBS while racking up 25 Emmy Awards—before being named one of Time magazine’s 100 Best Shows of All Time
Also at 10Japers Rink Radio host Stephen Pepper sits down with The Washington Post’s Tarik El-Bashir, who writes the Capitals Insider column. Tarik will chat and how active his hometown hoops team may— and should—be in the free-agent draft market.
At noonBrooklyn GOP Radio welcomes Bob Turner, who’s out to topple incumbent Anthony Weiner in the race for a U.S. Congressional seat from New York’s 9th District. The former ABC TV-programming exec— and 11-time grandpa—will tell us where his opponent has gone wrong.
At 2 PMAsk the Cyber-Dating Expert host Julie Spira hangs with Match.com relationship insider Whitney Casey. The former CNN correspondent will fill us in on strategies for finding love online during the summer months (when most guys are out enjoying the sunshine).
Comedic icon Tim Conway graces The Cool Table as he chats with Annie & Burl Live tonight on BlogTalkRadio.
Tonight @ 10pm ET, Mr. Conway will be talking about his incredible career that spans four decades, all the while bringing joy and laughter into living rooms and theatres around the world. Tim is best known for two things, Dorf and his role on The Carol Burnett Show, an 11-year stint that garnered him five Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe, major accolades from critics, and three generations of fans.
Conway played the funny guy alongside Harvey Korman’s straight man. His often-improvised humor, razor-sharp timing and hilarious characters have made him one of the funniest and most authentic performers to grace the stage and studio in the last forty years. In 1989, Conway received his much deserved star on Hollywood’s “Walk of Fame.”
In 2002, he and Korman were inducted into the Academy of Television Arts, & Sciences’ Hall of Fame. In 2005, the duo joined the rest of the Carol Burnett cast in receiving TV Land’s Legend Award. In 2008, he joins the ranks of BlogTalkRadio guests for this exclusive interview.