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Daily Highlights: Friday, September 3, 2010


At 3 PM The wOw Effect host Julia Reed whoops it up with Bryan Batt, who plays Salvatore Romano on the critically-acclaimed AMC series Mad Men. The flamboyant actor will chat about his new book, She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother: A Memoir.

At 9 PM Suspense Radio host—and Suspense Magazine editor—John Raab gets up close and personal with Fox News Channel legal analyst Lis Wiehl, whose latest thriller (authored with April Henry) is titled Face of Betrayal. Plus: A Bad Day’s Work scribe Nora McFarland.

On Demand: Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone tees off with Mark Rolfing, host of the new NBC Sports show Global Golf Adventure, which has the PGA pro traveling to the world’s most spectacular links, while sitting down to chat with fellow pros and celebrities.

At 5 PM Variety TopicsSonia Fitch chats with Stephanie Dolgoff—whom the The New York Times has described as “an earthbound cross between two Julias—Roberts and Louis-Dreyfus”—about her new book, My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatches From Just the Other Side of Young.

At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with game- and reality-show executive producer Phil Gurin, who’s currently running The Singing Bee and Your Chance To Dance on Country Music Television.

At 6:30 PM Your Time with Josie host Josie Passantino gives it up for Lydia Salnikova, former lead vocalist and keyboard player for the Grammy-nominated band Bering Strait. The Russian-born diva will chat about her upcoming solo collaboration with producer Alain Mallet.

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

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Programming Highlights; June 25, 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:


jennifer-belleAt 10 AM Comedy Concepts host Nancy Lombardo whoops it up with Jennifer Belle, author of the new best-sellering novel The Seven Year Bitch, which Publishers Weekly calls a “hilariously ridiculous paean to love, marriage, and a baby carriage.”


jason-ritterAt noon On Milling About Jason Ritter, who plays Mark Cyr on Parenthood, chats about his role in a second NBC series, The Event. “We all got these little character dossiers where we found out the history of our character but we weren’t allowed to share it with anyone,” he tells us. “It was very 007.”


e2radio-4At 3 PM E2 Radio sits down with Rick Arthur, VP and CIO of the $4 billion power utility and generation company Allegheny Energy Inc., who’ll share insights on managing IT in a outsourced environment using multi-supplier integrated delivery methodology.


thewoweffect-5Also at 3 PM In this week’s edition of The wOw Effect host Julia Reed asks, Who Are You to Tell Me What to Do? Guests include social researcher Wednesday Martin, author of Stepmonster, which examines the tensions that arise between women and their stepchildren.


randall-wallace At 8 PM 123 Film!’s Sam Heer hangs with filmmaker Randall Wallace, who made his bones writing 1995’s Braveheart before going on to direct We Were Soldiers and the upcoming Secretariat. Randall will chat about his latest effort, adapting Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged


michael-jackson-5At 10 PM It’s been a year since Michael Jackson passed. To help put that event in perspective—and allow fans the world over to share their feelings about his legacy—BlogTalkRadio presents a live two-hour special hosted by Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman. The show gets under way at 10 pm ET.


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wowOwow Talk Bows on BlogTalkRadio

Just when we thought BlogTalkRadio couldn’t get any more star- studded, along comes wowOwow Talk, the new companion radio network to wowOwow.

Created, run and written by such media and showbiz powerhouses as Lesley Stahl, Liz Smith, Whoopi Goldberg, Candice Bergen, Lily Tomlin, Marlo Thomas, Peggy Noonan, Cynthia McFadden, Judith Martin and Joni Evans, this always witty, perpetually compelling website is a favorite among well-educated boomer women the world over.

Superstar lineup:

Superstar lineup: (clockwise from top left) Whoopi, Candice, Lily, Liz, Marlo and Leslie.

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