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Remembering actor Roger Moore

Actor Sir Roger Moore passed away at age 89 today. He was an accomplished actor who is best known for two iconic roles, “Simon Templar, The Saint” on television and “James Bond 007” in film.

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Book Talk Guest Don Nunley, author “Steve McQueen: LeMans in the Rearview Mirror

Doug Miles talks with Don Nunley, author “Steve McQueen: LeMans in the Rearview Mirror” on “Talk Across America”.


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Remembering Don Rickles

One of the legends in show business and comedy, Don Rickles passed away at age 90 today. I had the pleasure of talking with Don on WSRQ radio back in 2008.

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Book Talk Guest Marc Eliot author “Charlton Heston: Hollywood’s Last Icon”

Book Talk Guest Marc Eliot author “Charlton Heston: Hollywood’s Last Icon”.
Note: There are some audio issues in the first 3:30 of the interview causing static. While it is still audible, we apologize for the quality. It does, however, clear up for the bulk of our conversation.


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Remembering comedian/actor Dick Gautier

Dick Gautier was a talented comedian, actor and artist. He is best remembered for his role as Hymie the Robot on “Get Smart”. He appeared on Broadway in “Bye Bye Birdie” and was a staple on game shows in the 1970’s and ’80’s including “Tattletales” and “Password”. He passed away this weekend at age 85.




Remembering actor William Schallert





William Schallert was a talented and prolific actor on television and in film for more than 60 years. He is best known as Patty Duke’s father in the “Patty Duke Show”. He was also president of the Screen Actor’s Guild. He passed away at age 93 over the weekend.




Remembering Garry Shandling






Garry Shandling passed away at age 66 on March 24th. He was a talented comedy writer before he became known as a great standup comedian. He guest hosted for Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show”. He had 2 successful comedy series, “It’s Garry Shandling’s Show” and “The Larry Sanders Show”. This is his first appearance on the “Tonight Show” in 1981.



Remembering Ken Howard






Ken Howard was a talented actor who appeared on Broadway, Television and Film. He was also the President of the Screen Actors Guild and was instrumental in improving the benefits and pensions of his fellow actors and actresses. He passed away at age 71 earlier this week.