Americana Music welcomes comedian/actor Kevin Nealon to the show to discuss his career and banjo playing, among other things. Kevin is known for his time as a cast member on Saturday Night Live and his portrayal of the character Doug on the hit television show, Weeds.
The Matty P Radio Happy Hour welcomed a star studded cast last week that included reality star turned musician, Tila Tequila! Tila discusses her new hit single ” You Can Dance.” The show also welcomes former UFC Heavyweight Champion, Ricco Rodriguez.
Buzz On Broad Sports Talk Radio welcomes former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver and special teams standout Vince Papale. Vince is known from the 2006 movie Invincible, which covers his inspirational journey to becoming a Philadelphia Eagle. Vince talks about the movie, his new book and much more!
In Politics Talk Radio, Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Jim DeMint (R-SC) join AACONS. Senator Lee is the author of the recently released book, The Freedom Agenda. Senator DeMint authored Saving Freedom and makes his fourth appearance on the show.
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The Women’s Business Talk Radio Network features a variety of shows that aim to help women entrepreneurs to accelerate personal and enterprise growth with profit-enhancing marketing, technology, management and personal best practices. This past week, Keys to Growing Your Profit with Joy & Ease featured Debra Woog, President of Connect2, a blog devoted to helping women entrepreneurs start their own brand instead of representing someone else.
On this week’s episode of the Todd Griffiths show, Todd teaches you how to invest in the right kind of gold, and how one can not only preserve wealth, but also build wealth. “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 BMX superstars Nate Wessel and Brian Kachinsky to the studio. In the Craftsmanship segment, Rebecca Zemans of Rebecca Zemans Jewelry stops by to talk about her unique creations and how she got into the business. Joe Ostrowski of WSCR/The Score also stops in for a fun Man-Land sports roundup.
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.
The Matty P Radio Happy Hour featured a star studded cast this week with actor Gary Busey and former Mets Cy Young winner, Dwight Gooden. Busey joins the show on his 67th birthday to celebrate and discuss what he’s been up to since wrapping up Celebrity Apprentice.
Notre Dame legend, Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger joins The Drew Show. Rudy speaks about his inspiring story of overcoming all the odds on the gridiron and his 27 seconds of success that led him to becoming one of Notre Dame’s most famous graduate and the basis for the film, Rudy.
The Small Business Roundtable welcomes Guy Kawasaki to The Camp House in front of a live audience. The former Chief Evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Alltop.com is one of the world’s most highly regarded entrepreneurs. Kawasaki is also the author of the New York Times best selling book, Enchantment.
On this episode of the Todd Griffiths Show, Todd welcomes numismatist, James Digeorgia, author and renowned expert in gold and precious metals. Todd also covers rare coins and the value they can add to your portfolio.
The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana welcomes to the show Urban Access Media Group CEO, Bobby Lewis, who speaks with Frank about his new company that is providing programming content to black and minority communities and also about where traditional and new media is heading. Frank is later joined by William Gurstelle, a science writer making a name for himself in creating new uses for technology. William talks about his latest book The Practical Pyromaniac.
Bill Cosby: During the iconic comic’s holiday address to the BlogTalkRadio family, he touches on a possible Super Bowl bid for convicted dogfighter Michael Vick—whose team, the Philly Eagles, President Obama praised this week for giving him a second chance. “For Michael to be able to go through it all, pay his debt to society, and now realize what he wants to do and how to get it, then that’s enough of a comeback for me,” Dr. Cosby tells Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone. “If he never plays in a Super Bowl, he still winds up way ahead of the old Michael Vick. So his Super Bowl was when he broke out of that cocoon and wound up as a beautiful black butterfly, as opposed to a moth flying around over the highways trying to attack cars.”
Teena Marie: 1956-2010. The Ivory Queen of Soul—who made history as Motown’s first white act—passed away Sunday in Los Angeles at age 54. Two years ago, in her final BlogTalkRadio interview, she shared the secret of her success with host Sai Browne. “I believe it’s my faith in God. How much I love God. How much he loves me,” Prince‘s one-time ladylove said. “Music is a gift, and I don’t abuse it. When the inspiration for music comes to me, it comes directly from God. God likes music!”
Ed Koch: The former New York City mayor, who turned 86 this month, drops in on World Talk Live to chat with host Brett Cohen about his weekly online “Mayor at the Movies” series, in which he recently panned the Angelina Jolie-Johnny Depp vehicle The Tourist, while hailing Colin Firth‘s performance in The King’s Speech as “superb.”
David & Tamela Mann: The gospel-singing husband-and-wife team—who have appeared in a variety of Tyler Perry projects, including the play I Can Do Bad All By Myself and the flick Diary of a Mad Black Woman—drop in on Layin’ It on the Line host Reginald Ford to chat about their New Year plans.
Mateen Cleaves: The former NBA guard—who played for the Pistons, Cavs and Sonics—joins Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy and their correspondents Penny Hardaway and Cherie Johnson for a look back at the most memorable sports stories of 2010.
For anyone who has yet to sample The Bottom Line Sports Show, here’s an anecdote that’s indicative of just how entertaining—and unexpected—it can be: Five months ago, while retired NBA great Penny Hardaway was on announcing his intention to try and rejoin the Miami Heat to play side by side with newly-signed superstar LeBron James, Larry Fitzgerald dropped in to join the conversation. But before he got talking football, the NFL superstar revealed why he was calling from a friend’s cell. “My phone fell in the lake today,” he told host Gerald Brown. “My home boy pushed me in the water with my shorts on and my phone was in my pocket!” On that note, we now take you live to Teaneck, N.J., where Gerald (an athletic director at the Boys Club of New York by day) and his co-hosts—Jonathan Foy, Donahue Baker and Howard Cowart—broadcast from their proudly proclaimed “Mancave”…Give us a 15-second pitch for your show—why should listeners tune in?
Many of the tops stars from the world of sports and entertainment regularly appear as guests. Plus, the show is executive produced by former NBA stars Charles Oakley and Penny Hardaway—who are never shy about voicing their opinions. And for our female listeners we’ve got actress Cherie Johnson of Punky Brewster and Family Matters fame, who does a regular segment called “What’s Cherie’s Commentary?” In short, The Bottom Line Sports Show is a heaping portion of sports talk with a double shot of humor.
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Audley Stephenson and Dave Mendonca are shaping up to be quite the publicity machine—and we couldn’t be more pleased.
One month after our NBA Breakdown hosts launched the new season of their show with profiles in The Brampton Guardian and Mississauga News, the dynamic duo was at it again.
Only this time, it wasn’t their hometown papers splashing them across the pages. It was Daytime Toronto flashing them on TV screens across the city known as Hollywood North.
“The NBA Breakdown is an online radio basketball talk show that’s just fun. It’s just two average guys talking hoops,” Dave told host Chris Greidanus during the eight-minute interview.
“You watch TV sports shows, you see guys in suits—we’re not corporate. We’re the real deal,” he added. “And people connect with that.”
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