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Actress Kelly McGillis, NBA Great Charles Oakley and Baseball’s First Female Coach Justine Siegel Today on BlogTalkRadio

kelly-mcgillis1Kelly McGillis: The ‘80s screen icon, who starred in flicks like Top Gun and Witness, reveals her new career to Milling About host Robin Milling. “I work at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility,” she says of Seabrook House in New Jersey. “I interviewed for a job and they hired me. It makes me feel as if I’m genuinely being of service to others. I feel as if I have the potential to help others in a way that I don’t have acting. Some people say, ‘I’m talking to a movie star,’ but I always remind them that’s not why I’m there. I have a very clear boundary about that. I’m not there to talk about my work. I’m there to talk about recovery and help them stand in their integrity and their recovery.”

charles-oakley5Charles Oakley: The executive producer of the Bottom Line Sports Show, who played 19 seasons in the NBA, joins the program’s correspondent Penny Hardaway and host Gerald Brown for a preview of the playoffs. Plus: Celtics shooting guard Ray Allen’s mom Flo tells us why she’ll be running in the Boston Marathon.

justine-siegalJustine Siegel: The first female coach in men’s professional baseball—who helmed Can-Am team the Brockton Rox in 2009—sits down with NDB Media host Roger Noriega to chat about moving to the next level, namely by throwing batting practice to five MLB teams earlier this year.

tony-mercedesTony Mercedes: The former director of A&R at LaFace, whose acts—including Grammy winners TLC and rapper JT Money—sold more than 25 million records, chats with Real Talk host Michael A. McFadden about his upcoming book, Reversing the Game: Everything They Didn’t Tell You about the Music Business.

dionne-figgins11Dionne Figgins: The actress-singer-dancer sits down with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon to discuss her role in the Tony Award-winning play Memphis—which is set in the underground clubs of the segregated 1950s—and its transition from Broadway to the silver screen.

nick-chavez1Nick Chavez: The founder of the Nick Chavez Salon in Beverly Hills, whose A-list clients include Ivana Trump, Maria Shriver and George Lopez—and whose third cousin is the late civil-rights activist Cesar Chavez—chats with Nightly Candy Chat host Nana-Adwoa Ofori about styling tips for all hair types.

Daily Highlights: July 27, 2010

anne-thompsonAt 11 AM In the first of his series of follow-up reports on the BP oil-spill crisis, Mediaite host Steve Krakauer goes one-on-one with NBC News’ chief environmental affairs correspondent Anne Thompson, who has been stationed on the Gulf Coast longer than most all other members of the national media.

At 4:30 PM Buzzworthy Radio’s NaVell Lee sits down with Finn Wittrock, who plays Damon Miller on All My Children, and has also done guest turns on such series as E.R. and CSI: Miami. The Julliard grad will chat about his bad-boy persona (and how erroneous that is).

At 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown kicks it with Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans, who’ll weigh in on what it takes to be the NFL’s best wide receiver (and how he feels he stacks up to Larry Fitzgerald). Plus: Charles Oakley on possible NBA and NFL strikes.


At 10 PM Diva of Days of Our Lives’s Carrie Messner chills with Aussie hunk Thaao Penghlis, who has played Count Antony DiMera and his lookalike cousin, Andre DiMera, on the daytime drama since 1981, while also appearing on such series as Magnum, P.I. and Hart to Hart.

At 4 PM Movie Addict HeadquartersBetty Jo Tucker hangs with producer Joel Freeman, who’s been bringing classic flicks to the silver screen for five decades—from The Music Man to Shaft to Soapdish to the upcoming Eugene Levy vehicle Punctured.

At 10 PM Olivia Wilder gets up close and personal with Doug Davidson, who has played private eye Paul Williams on The Young and the Restless since 1978. Paul’s work on the CBS series recently earned him his second Daytime Emmy nomination, for Outstanding Lead Actor.

At 10 PM 123 Film!’s Sam Heer welcomes Hollywood production designer Robert St. Pierre who has 19 years experience in the animation industry, having worked on such flicks as An Extreme Goofy Movie, Space Jam, Return to Never Land and Mulan II.

*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.

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