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:
At noonFreedomizer Radio host Joe Racer is live for the latest Tea Party protest—the Second Amendment March on Washington, complete with speeches by U.S. Rep. Paul Broun, shock jock Mancow Muller and “Patrick ‘Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death’ Henry.”
At 2 PMBob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with Randy Miller, author of the new book Harry the K: The Remarkable Life of Harry Kalas to remember the man who narrated countless NFL Films productions, including the long-running Inside the NFL series.
This week on BlogTalkRadio, an Oscar-caliber actor, a top daytime television host, one of the sexiest men alive, and a 90’s teen soap heartthrob all graced the network. Check out some of these on-demand shows for what you may have missed:
Mr. Media welcomed Luis Guzman, who plays a starring role in HBO’s series How to Make it in America which is currently filming in New York and being executive produced by Mark Wahlberg.
Former Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek joined Robin Milling to talk about his adventures shooting Formosa Betrayed in Bangkok, handling guns on set, his Broadway beginnings, and his return to television on NBC’s Mercy.
Kelly Ripa surprised Stardish Radio host JoAnn Kubasek by dropping in on her show.
Fast Forward Radio welcomed bestselling author and Forbes.com web celeb Cory Doctorow to discuss his novel, Makers, the story of the next great economic boom and bust cycle.
Heartthrob actor Gilles Marini spoke with Olivia about his steamy roles in films such as Sex and the City: The Movie, coming in second place in the 2009 finale of Dancing With The Stars, and earning People’s “Top Ten Sexiest Men Alive for 2009.”
Ray McKinnon chatted with Mr. Media about his role as Coach Cotton in the Academy Award nominated blockbuster, The Blind Side, as well as his 2010 Spirit Award nomination for That Evening Sun.
Share with us your favorite moment from the past week on BlogTalkRadio in the comments section.