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Entertainment Reporter Robin Milling engages in candid conversations with today's hottest stars in movies, theater, music, television, and sometimes we do lunch!....Stay tuned!

Entertainment Reporter Robin Milling engages in candid conversations with today's hottest stars in movies, theater, music, television, and sometimes we do lunch!....Stay tuned!


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Entertainment Reporter Robin Milling engages in candid conversations with today's hottest stars in movies, theater, music, television, and sometimes we do lunch!....Stay tuned!




Milling About with 'DTF' Director Al Bailey

Filmmaker Al Bailey in his debut documentary 'DTF'; follows his friend “Christian,” a widowed airline pilot around the world over the course of 18 months, who uses his career in his quest to find new love, through the dating app Tinder. Al tells Robin that from the start the quest spirals into witnessing first-hand the pilot's sexual predatory behavior and drug and alcohol depravity -- takeing on a whole new unexpected horrific twist in telling his story. This podcast contains sexual and...


Milling About with Director Rod Lurie

Director Rod Lurie joins host Robin Milling to discuss The Outpost, a gritty depiction of a unit of U.S. soldiers battling Taliban forces at the remote Combat Outpost Keating in 2009 in the Battle of Kamdesh. Rod tells Robin how he put his actors – five of whom are related to famous folk - through their military paces at boot camp to help them bond as soldiers in the film. Their surnames include Eastwood, Jagger, Attenborough, Alda, and Gibson. Shot on location in Sofia, Bulgaria, Rod says...


Milling About with Michael Pitt

Michael Pitt joins host Robin Milling to talk about his role in Run With The Hunted. Michael tells Robin how he developed his character, giving input to the way he looks, and how he behaves as a Faginesque character (Oscar) who, lost himself, runs a group of lost boys into a life of crime. Michael is also a musician, a great storyteller, and quite funny; although you wouldn't get that from the roles he plays. Some of those stories involve Kurt Cobain, Joaquin Phoenix, and his co-star Dree...


Milling About with Derek Wayne Johnson

It's been over 40 years since Rocky, the underdog classic film, written and directed by Sylvester Stallone won over our cinematic hearts. Writer/director Derek Wayne Johnson chats with host Robin Milling about the documentary 40 Years of Rocky: The Birth Of A Classic, a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of Rocky, narrated by Stallone himself. Johnson reveals stories from the documentary that have never been seen or heard about in the making of this award-winning franchise. If you'd like...


Milling About with Love. Wedding. Repeat Director Dean Craig

During this time of isolation treat yourself to this laugh out loud comedy, Love. Wedding. Repeat on Netflix. Director Dean Craig joins host Robin Milling to talk about this outrageous British farce starring Sam Claflin, Olivia Munn, and a host of superb comedians.


Milling About with Director Jon Avnet

Director Jon Avnet rings in the new year with host Robin Milling to chat about his new film Three Christs. Currently playing in theaters it stars the triumverate threat of Peter Dinklage, Walton Goggins and Bradley Whitford as paranoid schizophrenics who each believe they're Jesus Christ. Led by the calming and spiritual guidance of Richard Gere who portrays the doctor that saves them from certain dangerous medical solutions, and instead treats them with reason. Avnet shares stories about...


Milling About with Movie Producer Hawk Koch

Veteran movie producer Hawk Koch joins host Robin Milling to talk about his autobiography, “Magic Time: My Life In Hollywood.” Hawk tells Robin how he was bit by the movie bug at just four years old, and shares storied tales about working with acting legends such as Jack Nicholson, Natalie Wood, and Robert Redford, to name a few. Hawk candidly shares the difficult relationship he had with his own father, the much beloved bigwig at Paramount Pictures, Howard W. Koch. Despite being “the son...


Milling About With Treat Williams

Treat Williams joins host Robin Milling to talk about his role as a doctor circa 1920's in The Great Alaskan Race The true story - written, directed and starring Brian Presley - is about mushers who drove their Huskies 700 miles in 80 degrees below zero to retreve serum to save the lives of children in the small town of Nome, Alaska from diptheria. While the cast had to brave the stormy weather shooting in Silverton, Colorado, Treat tells Robin, despite being an experienced pilot he had a...


Milling About With Stephen Bishop

Songwriter Stephen Bishop joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new CD, We'll Talk About It Later In The Car. Stephen tells Robin the origins of the title come from a very famous movie Princess. This is just one of the amusing and engaging stories Bishop shares as he's had quite the musical journey spanning almost four decades. It seems Stephen has a story for everything from his brush with his all time favorite band The Beatles, to the inspiration behind songs such as Almost Home, and...


Milling About with John Buffalo Mailer

John Buffalo Mailer joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new film The Second Sun. It's a famly affair as it also stars his wife Claudia Maree Mailer, and was produced by his brother Michael Mailer. Yes, John has a very famous name, and it's not just because he is the son of Norman Mailer; it's his given middle name Buffalo which he explains to Robin is a finely kept family secret. John discusses maintaining his father's legacy his way with a documentary based on the biography "Norman...


Let's Do Lunch! at Claude's

Summer is off to a great start at Claude's restaurant in the Southhampton Inn in Southhampton, New York. Let's Do Lunch! experienced a homey but contemporary dining experience with an excellent cuisine prepared by Chef Charlie and served with an accommodating smile by Devan. Host Robin Milling, along with her three guests, chats with Devan about the eclectic menu featuring a starter of light and airy Chicken Corn Chowder, and spicy and sweet Crispy Shrimp & Calamari. The mains can come from...


Milling About with Filmmaker Ari Taub

Indie filmmaker Ari Taub joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new movie, 79 Parts, available today on VOD. Ari tells Robin the film was 15 years in the making but worth all the effort. It might be an indie but boasts the movie star Eric Roberts who took on the role for much less than his usual pay grade. Taub credtis Donna McKenna, the five-borough casting guru for snagging Roberts. Ari tells Robin the well prepared actor has an interesting way of goofing off between takes. Rounding...


Milling About with Emily Mortimer, Dolly Wells & Grace Van Patten

Emily Mortimer, Dolly Wells and Grace Van Patten, the stars ofGood Posture join host Robin Milling at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. The film features first time director Wells who also wrote the screenplay about a young girl (Van Patten) who moves in with family friend and famed author (Mortimer), after her widower father moves to Paris with his young girlfriend. It was a labor of friendship and love as Wells and Mortimer are lifelong friends. They talk about that familial connection,...


Milling About with Jon Anderson

It's been almost 30 years in the making, but former front man and co-founder of the legendary band YES, Jon Anderson has released a new album. 1,000 Hands is a loving musical embrace featuring a little help from Anderson's friends ranging from Ian Anderson, Chick Corea, and Rick Derringer to former bandmates Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White. Jon joins host Robin Milling to chat about the new music and reminisce about the classics. Some of the stories behind the lyrics may surprise...


Milling About with Tom Everett Scott

Tom Everett Scott joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new film, I Hate Kids. In real life, that couldn't be further from the truth as Tom loves his two kids, and is happily married. He tells Robin, "when my first daughter was born I thought how much more could my heart take." Known for such roles as Emma Stone's husband in La La Land, and the drummer in That Thing You Do, Tom is also a triple threat. He is currently starring in I'm Sorry going into its second season for Tru TV,...


Milling About with Judy Collins

Most people know the legend of Judy Collins - the blue-eyed beauty - who inspired Suite Judy Blue Eyes by Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash. In this candid chat with host Robin Milling, Judy talks about the stories that have shaped her musical history. Judy tells Robin about her on-going musical collaboration with Stills and their singing union on the CD Stills & Collins. After all these years, they are performing live together enriched even more by their friendship. She talks about...


Let's Do Lunch! at La Pulperia

Let's Do Lunch! dines at La Pulperia on the upper east of New York City. The restaurant is a unique and delectable mix of Brazillian and South American flavors with a Latin flair that will tingle your taste buds. Their signature dishes are the Pacu Fish Ribs, Moqueca Mixta and El Salmon Brulee which is the sumptuous one-of-a-kind creation of Executive Chef Carlos Barroz. You normally wouldn't consider sweet and fishy as a match but this salmon tartar topped with a fromage brulee gives this...


Milling About with Paul Mecurio

Paul Mecurio joins host Robin Milling to talk about his one-man Off Broadway series “Permission to Speak” now playing at The Actors Temple through December. Paul tells Robin the inspiration for the show where audience members chat with Paul to reveal their stories, often sharing their inner most thoughts and feelings. “I'm a therapist, a pimp and a comedian all rolled into one,!” he says. His knack for conversation can also be heard on his own podcast, The Paul Mecurio Show. A former lawyer...


Milling About With Rita Coolidge

Rita Coolidge, one of the most celebrated and reknowned singer/songwriters from the 70s, has released a new CD, Safe In The Arms of Time. The music and the lyrics illustrate how Rita, who was born of Cherokee roots in Lafayette, Tennessee, has come full circle in her life with personal and professional fulfillment. Rita candidly chats with host Robin Milling. Personally she openly talks about her past loves and the man in her life now who is her forever love. Some of her stories entail her...


Milling About With Ruben Studdard

The smooth soulful stylings of Ruben Studdard are a natural fit for singing Luther Vandross. Ruben joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new CD, 'Ruben Sings Luther,' which is not only a tribute to the late singer but also a special gift to his mother who always played Luther around the house in Alabama when Ruben was just a kid. Ruben tells Robin about the recording of Luther's music which includes his 'Velvet Tedd Bear' stamp on classics like Here and Now, Always and Forever, and...