Daily Highlights: October 18, 2010

Expand Music host—and electric violinist—Noel Webb grooves Carlos Santana, who recalls his earliest artistic inspiration. “When I saw BB King for the first time—live—I knew I would be that,” he says. “I wanted to combine BB King with Tito Puente and Miles Davis.


Jesse Ventura, host of truTV’s Conspiracy Theory, recalls his days a bodyguard for the Rolling Stones, telling us about the time Keith Richards flushed his drugs down the toilet upon being told the police were coming—only to see Sting and Stewart Copeland moments later he tell hostess Robin Milling.


Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson gets up close and personal with actor Tomas Boykin, who stars with Kiko Ellsworth and Ginny Jones in I Am—opening Nov. 2—a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story directed by Matthew Dean Russell.

Information in a Nutshell host Felice Gerwitz goes one-on-one with Para Publishing founder Dan Poynter, aka the Godfather of Self-Publishing, whose own books on the subject include Is There a Book Inside You? and Successful Nonfiction.

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

The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard welcome Carnegie Sports Group President Harrie Bakst, Charity Navigator President Ken Berger and Pallotta TeamWorks Founder—and the author of UncharitableDan Pallotta.

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2 thoughts on “Daily Highlights: October 18, 2010

  1. Felice Gerwitz

    As an author I am delighted for a chance to interview Dan Poynter one-to-one. So glad he said, yes. Especially delighted that Blog Talk is featuring this show as the pick of the day.


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