Law & Order Criminal Intent star Vincent D’Onofrio stops by Milling About with Robin Milling to share how he banded his friends together and used his cop connections to makes his directorial debut with the slasher musical Don’t Go Into The Woods.
Famed author Chuck Klosterman drops by Fan vs. Fan to talk sports and music.. Klosterman has had the honor of writing for The New York Times, Washington Post, GQ, SPIN, and is also the author of the best-selling book Sex, Drugs, And Cocoa Puffs.
The Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Emmy Award-winning television host, Christina Pirello, who is a chef, teacher and vocal advocate for healthy living to talk about her new cookbook.
Triple threat, Aaron Carter, stops by Lenore to chat about his new album, his upcoming live shows, and his theater debut as Matt, in the hit Broadway show The Fantasticks.
Critically acclaimed actor Antonio Banderas catches up with The Movie Geeks United and chats about his remarkable film career (Shrek, The Mask of Zorro, Once Upon a Time in Mexico) and his new film The Skin I Live In, which is written and directed by the legendary Pedro Almodovar. Peter Bradshaw, a film critic for The Guardian, described Banderas’ role in The Skin I live In as a “wonderfully charismatic leading man; Almodóvar has found in him what Hitchcock found in Cary Grant. He is stylish, debonair, but with a chilling touch of determination and menace.”
Fitsmiformoms features a special episode that includes a lively conversation with esteemed three-term former NYC mayor Ed Koch. In this episode, Ed discusses his new book for kids Eddie Shapes Up and how his overweight childhood inspired and influenced the idea to write a children’s health book, and what he hopes the book can achieve.
The Matty Ps Radio Happy Hour features a hot show that includes a visit from stars of the hit television show The Girls Next Door, Kristina & Karissa Shannon. Hugh Hefner’s infamous ex-girlfriends discuss their time on the show and what they have moved on to since appearing in Season 6.
Robin Milling welcomes Filmmaker Gus Van Sant to talk about his latest work Restless. Van Sant chats with Robin about the star of the fim, Henry Hopper, and about Henry’s famous father, the late Dennis Hopper getting a chance to see his son in action. Van Sant is known for directing a number of hit films including Good Will Hunting, Elephant, and Milk.
Lance Reddick, a former star of HBO’s The Wire, joins Callywood Live to discuss his acting and theater career. Reddick is known for his portrayal of Cedric Daniels on The Wire, a hardheaded yet moral cop in a somewhat corrupt Baltimore police department. Daniels has also held prominent roles in Oz, Lost, and Law & Order.
Peak Mindset Radio featured a special guest, Les Warner, the former drummer of the British alternative rock band, The Cult. Les stopped by for a chat about a variety of great topics including music, his life, business, the recession, and his time with The Cult.
Treat Williams joins Milling About and to catch up with host Robin Milling. The star of Everwood discusses his desire to star in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained movie, and hopes this broadcast will prompt the filmmaker to consider him for the project!
Award Winning Actress Thora Birch stopped by the Matty Ps Radio Happy Hour this week. The star of American Beauty and Ghost World, joins the Matty PS Radio Happy Hour to discuss her life, and her acting plans in the future.
Jacob Young, Emmy Award-winning actor who has played “JR Chandler” on All My Children for the past eight years, speaks with Olivia Wilder about his upcoming reprisal as “Rick Forrester” on “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
Across The Universe star, Jim Sturgess catches up with Milling About host Robbin Milling. Jim takes on romance in the romantic drama One Day opposite Anne Hathaway. He and Robbin chat about One Day and his current project that involves working on the scratch demo with Bono and U2 for the Broadway musical, Spider-man: Turn Off The Dark.
Ms. Marla Gibbs from The Jeffersons joins The Drew Show to discuss her life and career. She is well known for her starring role as “Florence.” Marla discusses how she landed on The Jeffersons as well as what she’s doing now.
The latest show of Sports Business Radio features a special conversation with NBA Hall of Famer, TNT NBA analyst, and media personality, Charles Barkley. “Sir Charles” discusses the ongoing NBA lockout, his thoughts on Shaq joining TNT’s NBA coverage, and his deteriorating relationship with Tiger Woods.
Movie Geeks United broadcasts live from the San Diego Comic-Con. This episode features a star studded cast including Mark Hamill (Star Wars). In addition to Mark, Movie Geeks catches up with Tony Todd (Candyman), James Duval (Donnie Darko), and more.
Robert Kennedy Jr. joins World Footprints in this weeks episode to discuss his involvement in the documentary, Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk 3D. RFK, Jr. also scoops on his early environmental advocacy in the Oval Office.
Phil Mickelson tees up some education talk with Ken Royal at The Royal Treatment. Phil Mickelson, professional golfer and science education fan, talks about the ExxonMobil Teachers Academy that he and his wife, Amy, began more than 6 years ago.
Host Robin Milling‘s favorite cattle rancher, Bill Pullman, calls in from his ranch in Montana to talk about his evil turn as a child molester in the American version of the BBC’s Torchwood on Starz Network.
By hosting a weekly live show, slated for Tuesday evenings at 9pm ET, Justin hopes to connect with fans on a personal level, and talk to independent musicians about his passion.
His maiden broadcast will include special co-host Shaun Ingram, who has worked with Justin to write many of his songs. The co-hosts will discuss what’s in store for the show, as well as take some calls.
As a down-to-earth musical artist, Justin is enthusiastic about using BlogTalkradio to connect with fans.
He said ““I love being in touch with my fan base and putting them in touch with their favorite bands. And that’s what BlogTalkRadio does like no one else. The bands appreciate and the fans appreciate it. It’s the ‘all-access pass’ mentality.”