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BlogTalkRadio Recent Show Highlights

Rashida Jones, star of Celeste and Jesse Forever, stops by to talk about the film, friendships and relationships. Jones and co-writer/star Will McCormack talk about their experiences in front of and behind the camera. Tune in here.

Snoop Dogg drops in on the Callywood Nation to speak about his summer football camp for inner city youth. Recently Snoop announced a new documentary alongside his upcoming studio album entitled Reincarnated and he is set to headline the Oshega Festival in Canada this summer. Tune in here.

Legendary singer/songwriter/comedian Weird Al will be dropping by Somewhere in Vegas to talk about his upcoming tour and his new album Alpocalypse. Tune in here.

Olympic gold medalist, Dominique Moceanu, joins Artists On Demand to talk about her new book Off Balance, growing up in gymnastics, and her thoughts on the 2012 U.S. gymnastics team. Tune in here.

Mike Michalowicz, Business Rescue segment host for MSNBC’s Your Business. The Wall Street Journal‘s small-business columnist, frequent contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine & best-selling author, shares his secrets to success! Tune in here.

Hear from actor Nelsan Ellis of the hit HBO show, True Blood as he talks about his experiences on the set and what being on the show has meant for his career. Tune in here.

Mary Ann Esposito, host of Ciao Italia, now in its 23rd season on PBS, and author of 12 cookbooks, including her newest, Ciao Italia Family Classics, visits with Olivia Wilder to talk about everyone’s favorite, Italian food. Tune in here.

Join NFOTUSA Soldiers Speak Radio this week as they welcome the award-winning pop music singer and songwriter, Shaun Canon. Tune in here.

HGTV’s Secrets from a Stylist, Emily Henderson talks about her collecting rules, her style diagnostic, and how her husband deals with her ‘fostering’ furnishings habit. Tune in here.

World Footprints discovers the wonderful world of Jack Hanna’s animals when the dynamic television host joins the show to talk about his work in Namibia, the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds. Tune in here.

BlogTalkRadio Recent Show Highlights

Actor/director Michael Rapaport and Phife Dawg, the founding member of the iconic 90’s hip-hop group, A Tribe Called Quest, stop by Film Gordon Radio to discuss their upcoming documentary on the supergroup, Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest.

Morgan Spurlock, the man responsible for the hit documentary SuperSize Me and now the current film, Greatest Interview Ever Sold, joins Mandogg House Radio for this special interview.  Spurlock has taken place in ground-breaking films and television shows to bring light to everything from the pop culture obsessed to political/social subjects that touch our every day lives.

Jasam Radio welcomes to the show Jeff Timmons, founding member of the group 98 Degrees. While in 98 Degrees, they produced multi-platinum records, 8 top ten singles, and a Grammy nomination. Jeff speaks of his busy life since the break up of the group, including partaking in a VH1 reality series.

On this weeks episode of the Todd Griffiths show, Todd answers all of your questions about numismatics from the leader in tangible asset investing. “When it comes to tangible asset investing, there is no question I won’t answer and no answer I won’t support.”

On the latest segment of The Down & Dirty with Frank Fontana, Frank welcomes Wall Street Journal editor Shelly Branch, who also is the co-author of the best-selling book What Would Jackie Do? An Inspired Guide to Distinctive Living. In the Craftsmanship segment, Frank welcomes Seltzer Studios  owner Merrideth Kalil to the studio.


Programming Highlights; May 10, 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:

kristen-alderson-scrollerAt 10 AM Buzzworthy Radio host NaVell Lee hangs with Kristen Alderson, who plays Starr Manning on ABC’s One Life to Live. The teenage actor will chat about Starr X’d Lovers: The Musical, which gets under way May 14, and fill us in on her role in the three-day event.

jill-zarin-scroller1At 2 PM Real Housewife of New York Jill Zarin and her sister, Lisa Wexler—host of the Cox Radio’s Lunch With Lisa—stop by Grand Central Publishing to chat about their book, Secrets of A Jewish Mother, which they co-wrote with their mom, Gloria Kamen.

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Programming Highlights; April 17, 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:

national-poetry-month-scrollerAt 1 AM In celebration of National Poetry Month, The Insomniac Poetry Theater host Deron “Da Educated Poet” Pitts presents the latest in his series spotlighting hot new poets, while opening the mic to wannabe image spinners.



annmcelhinney-scrollerAt 11 AM Host Mark E. Gillar makes room on his sofa for Irish journalist Ann McElhinney, whose documentary, Not Evil, Just Wrong—says The Wall Street Journal—“warns that rushing to judgment in combating climate change would threaten the world’s poor.”



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Wall Street Journal Spotlights BlogTalkRadio Host

When Kat of The Burb Blog started a website called TackyChristmasYards.com as an outlet to complain about her neighbor’s holiday decorations, she had no idea how many Americans could relate.
theburbbloglogo.gifOn her blog and her show on BlogTalkRadio entitled Suburbs and the City, Kat, a married southern California girl stuck in the suburbs of the Midwest, and her two co-hosts Kyleen and Chandra talk chat about the issues they face in their respective geographic situations. The show stems from Kat’s Burb Blog where she talks about neighborhood gossip, PTA meetings, and the drama of suburban life.

In her observations in the ‘burbs, Kat noticed increasingly unsightly holiday decorations, and thus she had the idea to create TackyChristmasYards.com. The site took off in popularity, becoming a safehaven where net surfers could post photos of their neighbor’s tacky Christmas decorations and receive sympathy and support. The Wall Street Journal caught wind of it, and the rest is history.

Tune into the special holiday episode of Suburbs and the City where the gals talk about their experiences with the website.

Read The Wall Street Journal’s article Abominable Snowmen: the war on lawn decorations.