Category: Celebrities

Brian Sullivan Gives Insight Into Today’s Top Business News Headlines

Brian Sullivan is a financial reporter and anchor at CNBC. He recently moved to CNBC from Fox Business News. We discuss today’s business headlines—in particular the Greece Debt situation—and his career.

Phil LeBeau Sheds Light on Airplanes And Automobiles For Listeners

Phil LeBeau follows the airline and automobile industries for CNBC. We discuss the results of the Paris Air Show and remind listeners that America is still the manufacturing leader in both areas.

Mark Lindsay Tells How He Got His Kicks With Paul Revere & The Raiders

Mark Lindsay sang about Good Things, Kicks and Indian Reservations in the 1960s. He is the co-founer and former lead singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders. We talk about music, his career and his upcoming tour with Mark Lindsay.

Dick Cavett Discusses Talk Shows And The Changing Landscape Of Interviewing From His Book Talk Show

is a legendary interviewer and someone I admire greatly. He’s sharp, erudite, hip yet easy-going and a fluid convesationalist. Before there was Conan, Letterman, Stewart or Colbert, Dick Cavett set the standard for TV interviewers. We discuss some of the off-screen secrets from his book Talk Show.

Dave Mason Is Feelin’ Alright During Our Interview In Which He Brings Us Up-to-Date With What He’s Doing

Dave Mason is a Rock ‘n’ Roll legend—a founding member of Traffic, solo artist and active philanthropist for music to children. We review his career and catch up on what he’s doing today.

Tommy James Regales Listeners With Stories Of His Career

Tommy James (born Thomas Gregory Jackson, April 29, 1947 in Dayton, OH) is the pop-rock star best known as the leader of Tommy James and the Shondells. Performing locally in Niles, MI, from the age of 12, James went on to record many top hits, including Hanky Panky, I Think We’re Alone Now, Mony Mony, […]

Dee Wallace Explains The Bright Light That Burns Within Each Of Us

Dee Wallace broke out of her “scream queen” stereotype by playing the mom in Steven Spielberg’s 1982 classic film E.T.—The Extraterrestrial. She has since gone on to act in numerous other films and TV roles. We discuss her latest role as author and spiritual archeologist from her recent book Bright Light.

Barbara Van Orden Recounts Her Remarkable Life

Barbara Van Orden has done many amazing things in her life on and off the stage—none more amazing than her recovery from a hit-and-run accident in Beverly Hills. She discusses her life and how she has come full circle to appear on stage performing her own on-woman show

Tom Wilson Relates The Entire Story Behind The Comic Strip Ziggy

Tom Wilson is the cartoonist behind one of America’s best-known and most enduring characters—Ziggy. Surprisingly, Ziggy hits middle age this year as he turns 40. We discuss the fascination readers feel for this beloved character.

Mark Burnetz Explains How To Clean House This Spring

Mark Burnetz is the hip and savvy designer on the Emmy-nominated Clean House, the #1 rated television show on the Style Network. He teaches us how to de-clutter our lives from his book Take the U out of Clutter.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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