Ed Robertson

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Ed Robertson: Host of TVConfidential

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    • n the area of Internet media, Lillian has created a unique online radio station, Passionate World Radio, that not only reflects her diverse professional background but provides a strong and sustainable platform for her various hosts. In a highly competitive, ever-changing arena where reach is everything, she has forged partnerships with businesses and universities that broadcast her programs, thus providing PWRN with an impressive cumulative audience of more than 1 million listeners a year. For me, and countless other broadcast professionals, she continues to be a good friend and an amazing mentor. “

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      7.22.20  Ed welcomes television producer and author Michael Sloan (One More Thing,
      Sir). Plus: Part 2 of our conversation with Marvin Wolf (They Were
      Soldiers). #496

      7.21.20  Ed welcomes screenwriter Marvin J. Wolf, co-author of They Were Soldiers:
      The Sacrifices and Contributions of Our Vietnam Veterans. Plus: A replay of
      our October 2014 conversation with Ken Osmond of Leave it to Beaver #495

      7.14.20  Ed welcomes actor Eric Roberts and author Steven Tiabbi. #494

      7.13.20  Ed welcomes High Chapparal star Don Collier and veteran casting director
      Susan McCray. #493

      7.14.20 Ed welcomes singer, actress, and producer Kat Kramer (Turnover) and
      television historian Phil Savenick

      7.5.20 Ed welcomes Donelle Dadigan of The Hollywood Museum, NATAS president Adam
      Sharp and Roy Orbison biographer John Kruth.

      7.4.20  Ed welcomes back actress Alison Arngrim (Little House on the Prairie) and
      Real People host, creator, and producer John Barbour.

      7.3.20  Ed welcomes actor/director Anson Williams and award-winning talk show host,
      producer, and critic at large John Barbour.

      7.2.20  Ed Robertson: Part 2 of a conversation that began last week with Howard Storm, Robin
      Williams’ regular director during the first three seasons of Mork &
      Mindy. Howard’s memoir, The Imperfect Storm: From Henry Street to
      Hollywood, is available through Bear Manor Media. Steve Stoliar, author of
      Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho’s House and Howard’s
      collaborator on The Imperfect Storm, co-hosts.

      7.1.20  Ed welcomes back actor, comedian, director, and raconteur Howard Storm.
      After beginning his showbiz career when he was a teenager, performing in
      nightclubs in New York in the 1950s, Howard worked steadily as an actor and
      improvisational performer in the late ’60s and early 1970s before
      becoming one of the most sought-after directors in television, including
      such popular shows as Laverne & Shirley, Everybody Loves Raymond, Kenan and
      Kel, Fish, Daddy Dearest, Rhoda, ALF, Angie, and nearly sixty episodes of
      Mork & Mindy. Howard’s memoir, The Imperfect Storm: From Henry Street to
      Hollywood, is available through Bear Manor Media. Co-hosting the hour is
      Steve Stoliar, author of Raised Eyebrows and Howard’s collaborator on The
      Imperfect Storm. Topics include the many ways in which Howard’s
      upbringing on the mean streets of the Lower East Side of New York City
      helped prepare him for the rough and tumble world of show business.

      6.30.20  Ed welcomes back Eric Braeden, the Emmy Award-winning actor who earlier
      this year celebrated his fortieth anniversary playing complex self-made
      billionaire Victor Newman on the popular CBS daytime drama The Young and
      the Restless. Topics include how Victor evolved as a character over the
      past four decades; the chemistry Eric has enjoyed with Melody Thomas Scott
      and other Y and R cast members; and Eric’s admiration for Lakers star
      Kobe Bryant and his relentless pursuit of excellence.

      6.29.20 Ed welcomes Emmy Award-winning actor Rob Paulsen, the voice of Pinky from
      Pinky and the Brain, Yakko Warner from Animaniacs, and both Raphael and
      Donatello from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Rob’s voice was nearly
      silenced in 2016 when he learned that he had throat cancer. Rob’s memoir,
      Voice Lessons:

      3.26.20  Ed welcomes voice actor Rob Paulsen and character actor James DuMont.



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