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TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 167
Jan. 2, 2013

Ed welcomes Golden Globe Award-winning actress Karen Sharpe Kramer (The High and the Mighty, The Disorderly Orderly, Johnny Ringo, I Dream of Jeannie). Plus: a tribute to Jack Klugman featuring actor and television writer Jim Rosin (Quincy).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 168
Jan. 9, 2013

Ed welcomes actress and author Barbara Feldon (Get Smart, Living Alone and Loving It), independent film actress Tanna Frederick (The M Word, The Rainmaker), and Elvis Presley historian Cory Cooper.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 169
Jan. 16, 2013

Ed welcomes actress and author Julie Adams (The Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Lucky Southern Star), film and television editor Mitch Danton (The Path to 9/11), and author Bob Leszczak (Single Season Sitcoms). Plus: DVD reviews.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 170
Jan. 23, 2013

Ed welcomes author, DVD producer and radio talk show host Jim Benson (Rod Serling's Night Gallery: An After-Hours Tour). Plus: Phil Gries and the Sounds of Lost Television pay tribute to "The Cool Ghoul," TV horror movie host John Zacherley.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 171
Jan. 30, 2013

A roundtable discussion on the genius of Ernie Kovacs, featuring writer/producer Joseph Dougherty (thirtysomething, Pretty Little Liars) and proudcer, comedian and comedy scholar  Dan Farren (Story Salon). Plus: Wesley Hyatt (Television's Top 100).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 172
Feb. 6, 2013

Ed welcomes actor and author James McEachin (Tenafly, Matlock, Reveille, Tell Me a Tale: A Novel of the Old South) and singer/actress Kat Kramer. Plus: DVD reviews, and a look at the fifth anniversary of the settlement of the 2007 Writers Guild strike.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 173
Feb. 13, 2013

Ed welcomes actress Linda Lawson (Adventures in Paradise, Sometimes a Great Notion), television columnist and author Michael Starr (Hiding in Plain Sight: The Secret Life of Raymond Burr), and Animal Defenders International co-founder Jan Creamer.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 174
Feb. 20, 2013

Ed welcomes author, screenwriter and journalist Marvin J. Wolf (The Tattooed Rabbi, Fallen Angels: Chronicles of L.A. Crime and Mystery). Plus: This Week in TV History, and an encore presentation of our November 2010 conversation with author Darlene Quinn (Sizzling Cold Case, Twisted Webs).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 175
Feb. 27, 2013

Ed welcomes Christopher and Linda Lewis, curators of the Loretta Young estate, and author James Rosin (Naked City: The Television Series). 


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 176
Mar. 6, 2013

Ed welcomes actor/director Chris Robinson (General Hospital, Twelve O'Clock High, The Forsaken) and author Kathleen Sharp (Mr. and Mrs. Hollywood: Edie and Lew Wasserman and Their Entertainment Empire).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 177
Mar. 13, 2013

Ed, Tony and Donna welcome singer, actress and author Gloria Loring (Days of Our Lives, "Friends and Lovers," Coincidence is God's Way Remaining Anonymous). Plus: DVD reviews and This Week in TV History.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 178
Mar. 20, 2013

Actor, playwright and author Raymond J. Barry (Justified, Born on the Fourth of July, Mother's Son and Other Plays) and DVD producer Josh Mills, owner of Ediad Productions and curator for the estates of Ernie Kovacs and Edie Adams.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 179
Mar. 27, 2013

Ed welcomes actress and author Geri Jewell (The Facts of Life, I'm Walking as Straight as I Can). Plus: entertainment headlines and This Week in TV History.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 180
Apr. 10, 2013

Ed welcomes actress and author Karen Kondazian (The Whip, Shannon, James Dean). Plus: Part 1 of the Sounds of Lost Television's tribute to New York Mets broadcaster Ralph Kiner; highlights from Sam Yates' 1985 interview with Roger Ebert; This Week in TV History remembers Hollywood Screen Test.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 181
Apr. 17, 2013

Greg Ehrbar (Mouse Tracks: The Story of Walt Disney Records) and Jennifer Armstrong (Why? Because We Still Like You: An Oral History of The Mickey Mouse Club) remember Annette Funicello; Phil Cooke (Unique: Telling Your Story in the Age of Brands of Social Media) discusses the miniseries The Bible. Plus: Phil Gries' 2008 interview with Jonathan Winters.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 182
Apr. 24, 2013

Ed welcomes music historian Jon Burlingame (The Music of James Bond); TV critic Jane Boursaw (Reel Life with Jane) helps Ed and Tony pay tribute to Roger Ebert. Plus: a replay of our October 2010 interview with Frank Bank (Leave It to Beaver).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 183
May 1, 2013

Ed welcomes actress Shelley Morrison (Will and Grace), documentary filmmaker Walter Dominguez (Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery) and Daytime Emmy Awards senior executive director David Michaels. Plus: Phil Gries with Part 2 of the Sound of Lost Television's tribute to Ralph Kiner. 


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 184
May 8, 2013

This week's guests are television writer, producer and author Larry Brody (TVWriter.com, Television Writing from the Inside Out) and actor, journalist and playwright Michael St. John (Hollywood Through the Back Door, I Feel Sin Comin' On).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 185
May 15, 2013

Ed welcomes authors Anne Serling (As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling) and Jennifer Armstrong (Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted). Plus: Part 3 of the Sound of Lost Television's tribute to Ralph Kiner. 


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 186
May 29, 2013

Emmy Award-winning producer/director Joseph Dougherty (Pretty Little Liars, thirtysomething) joins Ed, Tony, Donna and Dan Farren for a roundtable discussion for made-for-TV movies, then and now. Plus: Stephen Battaglio, business editor for TV Guide, with a preview of this fall's new TV shows.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 187
June 5, 2013

Ed welcomes game show legend Monty Hall (Let's Make a Deal, Split Second) and actress and playwright Jane Press (My Mother's Keeper). Plus: Tony and Donna with a look at the return of One Life to Live and All My Children to television via The Online Network. 


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 188
June 12, 2013

Emmy Award-winning television writer David Pollock (All in the Family, M*A*S*H) helps Ed, Tony and Donna pay tribute to Jean Stapleton. David's new book, Bob and Ray: Keener Than Most Persons, is a comprehensive dual biography of comic legends Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 189
June 19, 2013

Ed welcomes actress Channing Chase (Mad Men) and singer, actress and radio host Peggy King (Off the Cuff, The George Gobel Show, Zero Hour). Plus: This Week in TV History remembers George Carlin.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 190
June 26, 2013

Ed welcomes television comedy writer Bob Mills (The Laugh Makers: A Behind-the-Scenes Tribute to Bob Hope's Incredible Gag Writers). Plus: Tony and Donna join Ed for Part 2 of our conversation with Jennifer Armstrong (Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted) on the legacy of The Mary Tyler Moore Show


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 191
July 10, 2013

Guests include actress Gabrielle Stone (Speak No Evil), Cleveland Plain-Dealer television critic Mark Dawidziak, and author David Hofstede (Comfort TV, What Were They Thinking? The 100 Dumbest Events in Television History). Plus: This Week in TV History remembers the death of Andy Griffith.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 192
July 17, 2013

Ed welcomes Charlie Barrett, longtime publicist for Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon, and Sandra Lord, founder of the Hollywood Networking Breakfast. Plus: This Week in TV History remembers the births of Red Skelton and Bruce Lee, and the death of Bob Hope.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 193
July 24, 2013

Actor William Schallert (The Patty Duke Show, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Get Smart) talks to Ed about his early career in stage and television. Plus: comedy writer Bob Mills (The Laugh Makers) with Part 2 of our conversation about Bob Hope.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 194
July 31, 2013

Ed welcomes actor and author James Rosin (Casting By, Peyton Place: The Television Series) and television historian Stephen Bowie (The Classic TV History Blog). Plus: an encore presentation of our October 2011 conversation with actor Dennis Farina.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 195
Aug. 7, 2013

Ed welcomes actress/director Michelle Danner (Hello Herman) and singer/actress Barbara van Orden. Plus: Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen with a look at the career of Stan Freberg.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 196
Aug. 14, 2013

Ed welcomes Academy Award-winning singer/actress Shirley Jones (Elmer Gantry, Oklahoma, The Partridge Family, Shirley Jones: A Memoir) and Emmy Award-nominated producer Jerry Kolber (Brain Games). Plus: Tony and Donna with a look at recently canceled network TV shows.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 197
Aug. 21, 2013

Ed welcomes  actress and producer Diane Baker, executive director of the School of Motion Pictures and Television at the Academy of Art Institute in San Francisco. Plus: television writer Paul Robert Coyle (Barnaby Jones, The Streets of San Francisco, Stephen King's The Dead Zone), author Jeff Thompson (House of Dan Curtis, The Television Horrors of Dan Curtis) and This Week in TV History.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 198
Aug. 28, 2013

Part 2 of our conversation with actor William Schallert (The Patty Duke Show, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Get Smart). Plus: filmmaker Steve Kosareff (TV Man: The Search for the Last Independent Dealer) and a special Sounds of Lost Television that looks back at how network television covered the March on Washington on Aug. 28, 1963.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 199
Sept. 4, 2013

Ed welcomes authors Mark Pendergrast (For God, Country and Coca-Cola: The Definitive History of the Great American Soft Drink and the Company That Makes It) and Tim Hollis (Part of a Complete Breakfast: Cereal Characters of the Baby Boom Era). Plus: Greg Ehrbar on Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 200
Sept. 11, 2013

Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Hugh Downs joins Ed and Phil Gries for a special 90-minute conversation about his distinguished career. Plus: TV Confidential marks its 200th broadcast and five-year anniversary as a radio program by playing highlights from previous shows and reading listener emails.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 201
Sept. 18, 2013

Ed welcomes actress and producer Sheree J. Wilson (Dallas, Walker: Texas Ranger, Easy Rider: The Ride Back) and television writer and producer Frank V. Furino (Dallas, Flamingo Road, The Colbys, Marilyn, Madness and Me).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 202
Sept. 25, 2013

This week's guests are JoAnne Worley (Rowan and Martinís Laugh-In, Actors and Others for Animals) and Charlene Tilton (Dallas, Actors for Autism). Plus: Greg Ehrbar looks at the series finale of Breaking Bad, the season premiere of Once Upon a Time, and the upcoming premiere of Wonderland.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 203
Oct. 9, 2013

Ed welcomes authors David Koenig (Danny Kaye: King of Jesters) and Susan Kesler (The Wild, Wild West: The Series) and longtime film and TV stuntman Bob Herron.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 204
Oct. 16, 2013

Ed welcomes authors Paul Green (A History of Televisionís The Virginian: 1962-1971) and Cary O'Dell (June Cleaver Was a Feminist!: Reconsidering the Female Characters from Early Television shows). Plus: Greg Ehrbar with recent DVD releases.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 205
Oct. 23, 2013

Ed welcomes Mark Cohen, author of Overweight Sensation: The Life and Comedy of Allan Sherman. Plus: Tony and Donna discuss Itís the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, Miami Vice and the upcoming NBC miniseries on Johnny Carson.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 206
Oct. 30, 2013

Ed welcomes Joel Eisner, author of The Price of Fear: The Film Career of Vincent Price, In His Own Words, and Kat Kramer, daughter of Stanley Kramer and founder of Kat Kramerís Films That Change the World.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 207
Nov. 6, 2013

Ed welcomes novelist and screenwriter Edward Weinman (A Little Trip to Heaven, The Ring Road) and actor, author and U.S. Army veteran James McEachin. Plus: This Week in TV History remembers the premiere of Sesame Street in November 1969.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 208
Nov. 13, 2013

A special two-hour edition of The Sounds of Lost Television that looks back at how network TV news covered the assassination of John F. Kennedy.


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 209
Nov. 20, 2013

Ed welcomes novelist Andrew Kaplan (Scorpion: Deception, Homeland: Carrieís Run) and actor  and author David Frankham (Master of the World, Return of the Fly, 101 Dalmations, Which One is David?).


TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 210
Nov. 27, 2013

Ed welcomes author and musician John Kruth (Rhapsody in Black: The Life and Music of Roy Orbison) and DVD producer Mark Milano (Kukla, Fran and Ollie: The First Episodes).


 

 

 

 


 
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