From The Bookshelf
Angela Cartwright, star of Lost In Space and The Sound Of Music visits. In addition to being my first crush, Angela Cartwright is the author of Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive.
Marc Spitz on Twee
Author Marc Spitz discusses his latest book Twee: The Gentle Revolution in Music, Books, Television, Fashion, and Film.
Novelist Lisa See
Lisa See returns to discuss her latest novel, China Dolls, the story of three Asian women who enter show business in Depression era San Francisco.
Hollywood Veteran Jerry Ludwig
Jerry Ludwig, who wrote all your favorite episodes of Hawaii Five-0, Mission Impossible, I Spy and MacGyver, discusses his new murder mystery set in the era of the Hollywood blacklist.
An entertaining discussion with performer, playwright, and sexual relationship coach Dane Ballard
Jeff Guinn returns to discuss his very cool western novel, Glorious
I Said Yes To Everything: A Memoir by Lee Grant
Oscar winning actress Lee Grant is the guest!
Tom Doyle on McCartney
Music journalist Tom Doyle talks about his latest book, Man on the Run: Paul McCartney in the 1970’s.
Bill Medley discusses his career and his new memoir The Time Of My Life: A Righteous Brother’s Memoir.
Dave Hull The Hullabalooer!
Dave Hull, the legendary Los Angeles DJ for KRLA in the 1960’s discusses his career, The Beatles and his new book, Hullabaloo: The Life (Mis)Adventures Of LA Radio Legend Dave Hull
Eddie Shapiro’s Nothing Like A Dame
Eddie Shapiro discusses his new book Nothing Like A Dame: Conversations With The Great Women Of Musical Theater
Kim Fu discusses her debut novel Today I Am A Boy.
Ben Bradlee, Jr. on Ted Williams
Ben Bradlee, Jr. discusses his new book, The Kid: The Immortal Life Of Ted Williams.
Dave Itzkoff on the making of Network
Dave Itzkoff discusses his new book on the career of Paddy Chayefsky and the making of a film classic, Mad As Hell: The Making Of Network And The Fateful Vision Of The Angriest Man In The Movies.
Robert Kolker and Lost Girls
Investigative reporter Robert Kolker discusses his latest book Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery, the story of the serial murders of women in the sex trade who disappeared in an affluent Long Island beach community.
Galadrielle Allman discusses her new book, a biography of her father, musician Duane Allman.
Scott Eyman on John Wayne
Film scholar Scott Eyman fills a much needed gap in your film history bookshelf with this first serious biography of Duke Morrison, John Wayne: The Life The Legend. The subject is Wayne on this edition of From The Bookshelf.
Novelist Joanna Hershon
Novelist Joanna Hershon discusses her latest novel, A Dual Inheritance.
Robert Hofler on Sexplosion
Robert Hofler discusses his latest book, Sexplosion: From Andy Warhol To A Clockwork Orange - How a Generation of Pop Rebels Broke All The Taboos.
Tom Clavin on The DiMaggios
Tom Clavin discusses his great new book, The DiMaggios: Three Brothers, Their Passion For Baseball, Their Pursuit Of The American Dream.
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