Wow, its hard to believe that in one form or another SciFiPulse has been broadcasting since March of this year - and what started as a disastrous little show has turned into a more solid and better thought out show.
Over the last year we've had guests from all walks of the scifi and comics media. And we hope to bring you more of the same in future shows. Starting tomorrow with our exclusive interview with Bryan Talbot, which was an interview I was very excited to do given that I had just read his new book Grandville at the time, which I say is a must read for anyone who is looking for a fun action adventure graphic novel with twist.
I was absolutely trilled to interview Amanda Tapping a few weeks back, and that show has been out most downloaded. Amanda was an absolute dream to talk too and so much fun. So much fun that we'll be doing some more interviews with the folks from Sanctuary in the future so keep your eyes open for our forthcoming shows as and when we announce them.
Coming up in the next week or two we have a second interview with William Katt of Greatest American Hero fame, and this time he will be totally live on the air with us and will be more than happy to take your calls. Our interview with William Katt will go live on December the 20, and after that we'll be running a short christmas show on the 21st at which point we'll be breaking for the whole christmas period and will return in the second week of January with more great shows scheduled throughout 2010.
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Stephen Gruner joins Peter Greenberg at Hotel 32 on top of the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas. This life long concierge, takes you inside the lives of the rich and famous in Las Vegas.
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Joy Keys provides her listeners with insight to improve their lives mentally, physically, monetarily and emotionally. Past guests on the show have included Meshell Nedegeocello, Blair Underwood, in addition to an impressive list of CEOs, humanitarians and authors.
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Official Internet radio show of forthcoming epic paranormal investigation book by Eric Olsen and "Haunted Housewife" Theresa Argie.
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It's good to talk.