Ryan Gosling: The star of the critically-acclaimed big-screen romance Blue Valentine—opening today—chats about prepping to play opposite Michelle Williams. “Michelle was on board for six years and I was on board for four years. We had a lot of time to work on our characters,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “Michelle and I lived in the house that our characters lived in, in Carbondale, Pa. We celebrated Christmas and birthdays and we had a budget, based on how much our characters made in their jobs, for grocery shopping… We kind of tried to recreate as much as we could, this life together of memories, so when it came time to shoot it we could draw on it.”
Michael Feinstein: The multi-platinum-selling singer-pianist—aka “The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook”—drops in on Laura “The Jazzy Vegetarian” Theodore to chat about his latest CD, Fly Me to the Moon, and about his new role as artistic director of the $170 million Center for the Performing Arts.
Kirsten Vangsness: The actress who plays Penelope Garcia on the CBS criminal drama Criminal Minds stops by Indie Inner Tube to fill us in on its spinoff, Suspect Behavior, which debuts Feb. 16 and co-stars Forest Whitaker, Janeane Garofalo, Richard Schiff and Matthew Ryan.
Kyle Richards: Paris Hilton’s aunt, whose TV roles have included Alicia Sanderson on Little House on the Prairie, Gerry on Carter Country and Nurse Dori on ER, drops in on host Olivia Wilder to chat about her Bravo reality series, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Watermelon Slim: The slide-guitar-playin’ bluesman, who was born Bill Homans, stops by Twisted South Radio to sample tracks from his latest album, Ringers, which features the tracks Tight Fittin’ Jeans, Truck Drivin’ Buddy and Good Ole Boys Never Change.
Crystal Harris: When Hugh Hefner’s new fiancée—to whom he proposed on Christmas Day—dropped in on host Film Festival Radio Janice Malone in July, she dished about meeting the Playboy mogul’s former flames—and whether they gave her any advice. “It was kind of a let-me-figure-it-out-for-myself kind of thing,” she said. “Which I did—and it worked out pretty good!”
TonyaTKO: The Love Guru—whose YouTube channel boasts more than 19 million views—is back for 2 hours of no-holds-barred, tough-love talk. This week’s topic? “I Don’t Need No Damn Man! Is the Modern Man Worthless to the Strong Independent Woman?”