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Weekly Best: October 11, 2010

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Harry Hamlin—whose new reality series, Harry Loves Lisa, bowed last week—reveals what went wrong during the Oct. 4 robbery at his L.A. clothing store. “There were no police there,” he tells Robin Milling, “because the alarm company called the wrong police department!”

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Conversations of a Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore gives it up for Daphne Reid who played Will Smith’s mom, Vivian Banks, on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The actress will chat about her acting career, which has included guest turns on series ranging from The A Team to Sister, Sister.

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Laurent Bouzereau, the most prolific “making-of” documentary filmmaker on the planet—who has produced more than 150 companion features for the VHS and DVD releases of flicks ranging from Rope to A.I.—chats with Mr. Media about his new book Hitchcock, Piece by Piece.

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Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone cuts loose with the outrageous Judah Friedlander, who plays Frank Rossitano on 30 Rock, and has graced the big screen in hits like Zoolander and The Wrestler Plus: Scott Hallock and Kevin Healey, creators of the Syfy reality series Scare Tactics.

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Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman mixes it up with Ryan McPartlin, who previously starred as the much younger beau of Fran Drescher on the short-lived sitcom Living with Fran and now plays Devon “Captain Awesome” Woodcomb on the hit NBC action-comedy series Chuck.

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The Stupid Cancer Show hosts Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Seventh Generation blogger Beth Arky, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute’s Environmental Health Trust founder Devra Davis, and Happiest Baby on the Block author Dr. Harvey Karp.

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Will Smith’s Ex Sheree Fletcher: Jada Pinkett and I Are Friendly—Though We Don’t Do Lunch

Being the former wife of the biggest movie star on the planet can’t be easy.

But Sheree Fletcher—who was married to Will Smith from 1992 to 1995—handles it with wisdom, sensitivity and aplomb.

CAPTION: "There has to be respect, there has to be forgiveness, there has to be compromise," Sheree (above) tells us of parenting with Will. "And it's been a blessing because we've been able to do that."

"There has to be forgiveness, there has to be compromise," Sheree (above) tells us of parenting with Will. "And it's been a blessing because we've been able to do that."

Interviewed on Marketing Ministry, Sheree chats about her relationship with Will’s second wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith, whom he wed in 1997, and about the blended family’s three children:

Trey, Sheree and Will’s son, who turns 18 next month; Jaden, 12, Jada and Will’s son; and Willow, Jada and Will’s daughter, who turns 10 this month.

“Our kids don’t refer to each other—and when I say three kids I’m talking about Willow and Jaden—they don’t refer to each other as half brother and half sister,” Sheree—who, with second hubby Terrell Fletcher, pastors the City of Hope International Church in San Diego, Calif.—tells host Wanda Adams.

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Weekly Best; October 4, 2010

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The Joe Show host Joe Crawford whoops it up with fellow Canadian funnyman Howie Mandel, who’s appearing Oct. 13 at Brock University’s Centre for the Arts in St. Catherines, Ontario. Howie will chat about judging duties on America’s Got Talent and hosting duties on Deal or No Deal.
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In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Suncera “That Writing Chic” Johnson gives it up for Hector Elizondo and Jackee Harry, stars of the upcoming short flick Knight to D7, which tells the story of 2 best friends grappling with the reality of cancer.
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Marketing Ministry host Wanda Adams welcomes Sheree Fletcher, Will Smith’s former wife who’s now married to former NFL running back Terrell Fletcher, with whom she pastors the City of Hope Church. Sheree will chat about sharing parenting duties with Will for their son Trey.
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Olivia Wilder got up close and personal with Eric Roberts, who chatted about reconciling with sister Julia Roberts after years of frosty relations. “I was a rather negative person, and she got tired of it,” he said—before adding that, now, “We talk almost every day via email.”
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Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon peeked into the ego of Edward Norton. “There’s no chase scenes, no weapons,” he said of his new film, Stone. “The drama comes from this corkscrewing tension that evolves only in conversation. So if you’re an actor, it’s like, At last I matter!”
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Aaron Johnson, who plays young John Lennon in Nowhere Boy, chatted about the Beatle’s widow’s reaction to the new biopic. “Yoko gave her blessing and basically stayed out of the way while we were making the film,” he told host Robin Milling. “And she cried when she saw the movie.”
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Marina Anderson, who was married to actor David Carradine from 1998 to 2001, suspects foul play in the star’s 2009 death. “I totally believe this was not an accident by himself,” she told host Robin Milling. “There had to be other people in the room with him.”

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Programming Highlights; May 6, 2010

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:

lisarayemccoy-scrollerAt noon Triple Crown Radio’s Mz Fabolosity lets it all hang out with LisaRaye McCoy, who played Neesee James in the Will Smith-Jada Pinkett-created sitcom All of Us. The stunner will dish about her role opposite (OMG!) Meagan Good in the upcoming flick Video Girl.

soledad-scroller1At 1 PM Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone sits down with CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, whose new documentary, Rescued—which focuses on the plight of Haitian children orphaned by the Januuary 12 earthquake—debuts May 8.

forbes-rileyAlso at 1 PM Fitness guru Forbes Riley—who has also appeared on such hit shows as 24 and The Practice—stops by The Ageless Sisters to chat about her new infomercial with Mario Lopez, and her new Discovery series, But Wait, There’s More. Continue reading

It’s an Educational Edition of ‘The Mix’

It may be spring break everywhere else in America, but here on BlogTalkRadio, it’s back-to-school time.

Because this week, our ever-popular Daily Mix offers a tote-bagful of lessons, enlightenments, illuminations, edifications and other things we just snatched out of our thesaurus.

CAPTION: “You were a month old when we brought you home,” Darryl (above) tells us his “mom” told him nine years ago. “And you’re adopted.”

“You were a month old when we brought you home,” Darryl (above) tells us his “mom” told him nine years ago. “And you’re adopted.”

For instance:

—Run-DMC founder Darryl McDaniels recounts how he learned (at age 35!) that the woman he’d thought was his mom was in fact no relation to him whatsoever.

Tatyana Ali, who played little Ashley Banks on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air tells Mr. Media host Bob Andelman what she has learned from being around such A-list co-stars as Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson, Billy D. Williams and Will Smith.

Carson Kressley of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy fame fills World Talk Live! host Brett Cohen in on what’s it’s like to come out of the closet as a young man.

—Documentary filmmaker John Ziegler reveals to Evil Conservative Radio host Patrick Gibson how, exactly, the mainstream media mis- represented Alaska Governor Sarah Palin during Election ’08.

Today show sports host Len Berman teaches Sports Heaven with Mark and Evan co-host Mark Elliot why favoring one team over another on-air is a no-no.

—Legendary character actor Burt Young – who played Paulie in the Rocky series – tells Movie Geeks United host Jamey DuVall how he learned to love Sylvester Stallone again after not speaking to him “for years and years and years.”

—The Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek informs WordBeat host Yvonne de la Vega why he believes Barack Obama is highly intelligent.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

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