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Legendary movie star Michael Douglas joins host Robin Milling to talk about his role in And So It Goes. Michael discusses his quirky co-star and love interest in the film, Diane Keaton and working with Director Rob Reiner. He also candidly discusses the parallels between his real life son and movie son and the addictions they both share.
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Around Australia this weekend, rally's will be held in protest against the Australian Governments extreme budget measures. We speak to Tim Jones from March Australia about the aims and goals of the group.
Also, the bodies of 3 illegal settlers have been discovered in the West Bank. We discuss the ramifications and the Israeli governments reaction.
If you want more details about the rally's, just go to March Australia's web-page; www.marchaustralia.com OR check out the facebook site
Don't forget to sign the petition in support of the BDS movement;
The Wests hypocracy towards the Muslim World has been on full display in recent weeks. We look at developments in Iraq and Eygpt to highlight the situation.
Also, an update on last weeks story about the disappearance of 3 illegal settlers.
If you want to sign the petition against administrative detention just go to;
OR there is another petition at; http://samidoun.ca/2014/06/take-action-free-hunger-striking-palestinian-land-defender-abdul-razeq-faraj/
The BDS petition is; http//www.thepetitionsite.com/323/695/438/justice-for-palestine-support-bds/?taf_id=11183301&cid=email_na#sign
To sign the petition demanding sanctions against Israel; http://www.palestinematters.com/Demand-for-UN-Sanctions-against-Israel-State-Terrorism-and-War-Crimes_Appeal_3126.aspx
Abdul-Razeq Ferraj was the leader of the Agricultural Workers Union in the Occupied Territories. But Abdul can no longer do his job because for the last 8 years Abdul has been detained in an Israel prison without charge. We speak to his son, Basil about his fathers detention and the hunger strike against Israel's policy of administrative detention.
We also look at the supposed kidnapping of 3 Israelis last week plus an update on our story about the Palestinian Soccer Team.
If you want to sign the petition against administrative detention just go to https://www.causes.com/campaigns/79338-free-all-palestinian-hunger-strikers-now
Or there is another petition at: http://samidoun.ca/2014/06/take-action-free-hunger-striking-palestinian-land-defender-abdul-razeq-feraj/
The BDS petition is http://www.thepetitionsite.com/323/695/438/justice-for-palestine-support-bds/?taf_id=11183301&cid=email_na#sign
If you would like to sign the petition in support of the Palestinian Football Association you can go to the web-page; www.palestinematters.com
It's not just in the social and econmic fields that the Australian government has made dramatic changes. There have been dramatic changes to Australia's asylum seeker policies with devastating consequences. We speak to Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition.
Matthew Donovan gets us up to date with everything that's happening in Australian Politics. We also give you details of a petition supporting the BDS movement. And finally we look into complains about pro-israel: Bias of the ABC.
If you would like to contact Ian Rintoul you can go to http://www.refugeeaction.org.au or you can email email@example.com.
Please sign the petition in support of the BDS movement by clicking onto this link: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/323/695/438/justice-for-palestine-support-bds/?taf_id=11183301&cid=email_na#sign
You can read Matthew Donovans opinion piece at theaimn.com or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Next month, some 800 Palestinian American familes will be returning to there homeland - Remallah in the West Bank. Terry Ahwal tells us about this inspirational journey.
Matthew Donovan gives us the next chaper in the progressive playbook of Australia Politics.
And later on we look at what the BDS movement has been upto in Europe.
If you want more information about the American Federation of Remallah Palestine just go to their website at http://www.afrp.org
You can read Matthew Donvoans opinon piece at theaimn.com or you can email him at email@example.com
The Truth About Israel featuring R Rosenblum.
The new Australian government has just issued its first budget. Will it change Australia forever? Political commentator Matthew Donovan disscusses the content and consequences of the budget.
Also, a very interesting and revealing article has appeared in the Israeli media about the failed peace talks. We look at the reaction.
You can read Matthew Donovan's opinions on line at ;theaimn.com . Or you can e-mail him at; firstname.lastname@example.org
To read Nahum Barnea's article about the failed peace talks, go to; Ynet magazine 2/5/14 - Inside the talks failure: US officials open up.
Candy Spelling joins host Robin Milling to discuss her new memoir, 'Candy At Last,' an insightful look at her life living without her soulmate of 38 years, Aaron Spelling; and reflecting on the beautiful memories they shared together with the rich and famous, while having to move forward. She reveals the role reversal of having to take care of him in the end as he suffered from Alzheimer's.
Candy candidly discusses why her relationship with her TV reality star daughter Tori is constantly tabloid fodder. She tells Robin, 'She's bigger than life and she's my child and sometimes people will have nasty things to say about her. They think they're talking about some notorious reality star and I have to remind them, 'you know that's my little girl you're talking about.'
She also talks about where all the memorabilia has gone to after selling The Manor and what was the most difficult to give up. Through therapy Candy has discovered how to move on, becoming a Broadway show producer plus there's another book in the works featuring her husband's love letters, poems and songs he romantically wrote for her.
Milling About visits Senoia, Georgia, also known as the city of The Walking Dead. This sweet little town just outside of Peachtree City, Atlanta with it's Norman Rockwell Main Street, has become the backlot for the most successful television show on AMC. Walking around you see where the Governor lived, Hershel's farm, the railroad tracks and lots of familiar woods where zombies roam. Don't expect to go there and try to hop the fence that was built around the surrounding woods or find out anything about season five currently shooting there as the show is shrouded in secrecy. Scott Tigchelaar, president of Raleigh Studios, which houses the production, and John Hartnett, former president of Riverwood Studios now with Southern Hollywood Film Tour join host Robin Milling with some fun nuggets about the show.
John tells Robin why the homeowner of Hershel's farm was a tough sell and how tourists love to ring the bell of the Fried Green Tomatoes house even though someone lives there! Scott reveals why Senoia is their permanent production home and how the cast, especially Norman Reedus (Daryl), like to surprise Walker Stalkers visiting The Woodbury Shoppe, the official Walking Dead store. There's a great photo on their Facebook page with Norman and manager Carrie happily straddled behind him on the motorcycle which is on display in the store's basement. Here is where you'll find all your Walking Dead swag. Scott promises an upcoming installation of Penny for Penny's Cage by zombie make-up artist Greg Nicotero. They have specialty items like leather eater keychains with ears made of leather; a throwback to Daryl's trophy of zombie ears he wore on a lanyard around his neck.
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The Truth About Israel featuring R Rosenblum.
Its Easter, so lets see how Christians are fairing in Israel and the Occupied Territories.
Also, we revisit Bob Carr's new book, Diary of a Foreign Minister and investigate some of the claims made in the book.
If you would like to read further on today's subject matter, here are the links to some articles/ essay's that you may like to read;
Author Antonia Hodgson joins host Robin Milling at Kings Cross bar down in the Bowery in New York City to talk about her new murder mystery, The Devil In the Marshalsea. It's a fitting place to meet as her novel is set in 18th century gritty London where oweing a debt can land you in the city's most notorious prison -- the Marshalsea Gaol, and the Bowery was once home to vagrants and street criminals. Facts meet fiction in this page turner featuring the charming rogue Thomas Hawkins whose gambling habits get the best of him and he is thrown into the gaol where a murderer is still at large.
Antonia tells Robin she spent many hours in the British public library researching prisoner's diaries, becoming fascinated with the debtors prisons where rich and poor alike ironically had to scrounge up money to pay for food and shelter in these seedy surroundings. She decided to set her crime novel in this world where whores, society gentlemen and scoundrels live under the roof of the ruthless governor William Acton who actually ran the Marshalsea almost 300 years ago.
The Devil In The Marshalsea has visuals that are ripe for the screen. Antonia says the book has already been optioned for television to develop a series where her wish casting would include Tom Hiddleston in the role of Hawkins. In her other life Antonia is an editor and works with many actors so she is thinking about writing a part for Rupert Everett in her next book which is a sequel!
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