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Wednesday, December 17, 2014
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Bones Season 10 Episode #10 “tHThe 200th in the 10th" episode discussion.
Bones celebrates 200 episodes and 10 seasons.
BONES pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock in an episode that reimagines the Jeffersonian and FBI teams in 1950s Hollywood. Brennan plays an LAPD detective who's battling sexism on the force, and Booth is a notorious jewel thief who is far more than he seems to be. When Booth is framed for the murder of a rich socialite, he and Brennan team up to clear his name and find the true identity of the murderer.
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Award-winning actress Tippi Hedren talks about her scary experiences while filming The Birds, one of Alfred Hitchcock's classic thrillers. Tippi earned a Golden Globe for her terrific performance in this movie. During her candid interview, Tippi also reminisces about playing opposite Sean Connery in Hitchcock's Marnie. Among Tippi's non-Hitchcock films are such offerings as Charlie Chaplin's The Countess from Hong Kong, I Heart Huckabees, Pacific Heights, Jane Mansfield's Car and Roar, a movie she produced and starred in with her daughter Melanie Griffith. She has also appeared in numerous TV shows.
As an avid supporter of animal rights, Tippi is involved in the ROAR Foundation and the Shambala Preserve. She has received many awards for her humanitarain efforts, including the Bahai Faith Humanitarian Award and a "Women of Vision" Honor from Women in Film and Video.
On this epsideo of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin
Candidate for the 11st State Senate District, Dan Kilkenny (D), stopped in to talk about his campaign and record of public service, the importance of having a large family, and how the state of Wisconsin needs to do better in helping small business and start ups.
Director of the upcoming production of The 39 Steps, a Monty Python-like take on Alfred Hitchcock's work, UW-Rock County Professor Zac Curtis and one of the stars of the show, Tayla Anderson, stopped in to talk about the organized mayhem of the show where 6 actors play 47 roles.
Rob Zerban who is running for US Congress against Janesville's own Paul Ryan, called in to talk about challenge of taking on the established Republicans and how this campaign is different from two years ago. Rob shared his personal story and how it would influence the job he would do if elected to Congress.
Janet Zimborski is a local naturopathic medicine practitioner. She stopped in to talk about her business and Facebook page "Sense of Harmony", and gave tips and suggestions to listeners on recognizing the need for a naturopathic approach.
In this Notorious USA collection, Death of a Cheerleader, New York Times bestselling author Gregg Olsen and true crime journalist Kevin M. Sullivan write about notorious crimes in the Bluegrass State. In a scene right out of Hitchcock’s “Rear Window,” a young woman vanishes from a beach on a summer day and a neighbor views the abduction through his telescope. A newly wed disposes of his bride but doesn’t know what to do with her head. Selling tickets at a drive-in movie theater proves deadly. And a parent’s worst nightmare becomes reality – their young daughter disappears from a sleepover. DEATH OF A CHEERLEADER-Kevin M. Sullivan
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“Enormously engaging… touchingly real… It’s as if Wishnia were attempting to rescue the thriller from the bloat and preposterousness of Ludlumization in order to return it to its more Graham Greene-like roots in a recognizably mean world–just as Chandler and Hammett rescued detective fiction from drawing room gentility and yanked it down to the mean streets that had always been its natural habitat.” The Washington Post
“One of the mosKen’s novels have been nominated for the Edgar, Anthony, and Macavity Awards,distinctive series in mystery fiction… Refreshingly original and complex.” Minneapolis Star-Tribune.and have made Best Mystery of the Year lists at Booklist, Library Journal, and The Washington Post.His short stories have appeared in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Murder in Vegas, Long Island Noir, Queens Noir, Politics Noir, Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail, and elsewhere.
Robert E. Kapsis, a professor of Sociology at Queens College in New York City, has written many books. His latest is on comedian Steve Martin. Why did he choose Martin to write about? In the past he has written about Alfred Hitchcock. MOMI in nyc will be showing The Jerk and there will an event to follow.
On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined once again by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock. Andrew and I will be discussing his most recent book In the Name of Yahweh.
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Hicks (Miqael Persson) is an accomplished songwriter from the south of
Sweden, with multiple Gold and Platinum records to his credit. His rock-
edged songs have been recorded by artists like Jimi Jamison (Survivor),
Giant (Dann Huff), Bobby Kimball (Toto), Little River Band, W.E.T. (Featuring
Jeff Scott Soto), Grammy nominated Toby Hitchcock and Grammy winner,
Barbados. He has also written with Nashville heavy-hitters like Anthony
Smith, Dallas Rogers, Dennis Morgan and Sharon Vaughn. In late June 2014,
“Hayride” became his first official US radio single release on MTS Records. It
is currently climbing the New Music Weekly and Music Row country airplay
charts, with the video reaching the Top 3 on Yallwire.com.
Tonight it's all about movies from Si-if to horror to Hitchcock and even the great disator movies of the 70's see who know more about the moives in this game of skill and wits.
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