Archive for March, 2010

The Man Behind the King Kamehameha Club: Next on TV CONFIDENTIAL

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

Actor Larry Manetti is scheduled to join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday, March 26 at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Best known for playing Rick, the manager of the King Kamehameha Club on Magnum, p.i., Larry Manetti is also the author of Aloha, Magnum, the first book to take readers behind the scenes of long-running private eye series. Aloha, Magnum not only tells the story behind the creation and development of Magnum, but is filled with great stories of Larry’s sometimes rowdy, but always amusing encounters with Hollywood’s elite, including Elvis Presley, Robert Conrad, Connie Stevens, Michelle Pfeiffer and Frank Sinatra. Larry Manetti will be joining us in our first hour.

Joining us in our second hour will be author and media guru Phil Cooke. Phil’s latest book, The Last TV Evangelist, is an inside look at the world of religious media — a billion-dollar industry that has built massive networks, launched global organizations and allowed Christianity to reach more people in this century alone than the rest of history combined. But that impact has come with a price, as scandals, controversies and the “prosperity gospel” have clouded the perception of Christian evangelism in today’s culture. Phil’s book explores what it will take to for religious media to reach the next generation before the industry completely collapses.

TV CONFIDENTIAL with Ed Robertson and Frankie Montiforte
Fridays 7pm ET and PT
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The Man Behind Dr. Miguelito Loveless: Next on TV CONFIDENTIAL

Sunday, March 7th, 2010

The life and career of dwarf actor Michael Dunn will be among the topics of conversation on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, Friday, March 12 at 7pm ET and PT on Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org.

Best known for playing the evil Dr. Miguelito Loveless on television’s The Wild, Wild West, as well as his Oscar-nominated performance in the 1965 film classic Ship of Fools, singer/actor Michael Dunn led an amazing life from childhood until his sudden death in 1973 at the age of thirty-eight. Born with dwarfism, Dunn overcame constant pain throughout his brief life to leave an inimitable mark on stage, screen and television. Joining us this week as we remember this TV icon will be Sherry Kelly, author of a new biography on Michael Dunn, The Big Life of a Little Man. She’ll be with us in our first hour.

TV CONFIDENTIAL with Ed Robertson and Frankie Montiforte
Fridays 7pm ET and PT
Share-a-Vision Radio, KSAV.org
www.tvconfidential.net
blog.tvconfidential.net
Also available as a podcast via iTunes and FeedBurner

Dave White Presents

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Variety indeed this week on Dave White PresentsGlenn Mitchell, author of The Encyclopedia of Laurel and Hardy will be featured in part one of a two part discussion of perhaps the greatest comedy team of all time.  Wes Britton interviews Gloria Fickling, co-creator of the famous character Honey WestThe News From Clancy’s returns once again along with a brand new Moral Compass.  A bit of political humor rounds out the show.  The program will preview on KSAV radio www.ksav.org at 7:30PM Eastern and 7:30PM Pacific time Tuesday March 2.  It will be available 24/7 beginning Wednesday March 3 at www.audioentertainment.org/dwp .

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