Dec 13, 2016
Veteran award winning television reporter Pat Battle is a human dynamo. WNBC-TV's senior New Jersey correspondent, she's been covering numerous breaking news stories with her uniquely personal touch since joining the station in 1996. Pat won a national Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award as part of Channel 4's team coverage of Hurricane Sandy in 2102. She also co-anchors WNBC's Weekend Today. Pat has been recognized for lending both her voice and support to numerous public service organizations across the tri-state. This is one engaging, frank, funny and fascinating conversation.
Oct 18, 2016
Meet Ashley Nicole Black, the Emmy-nominated comedy writer/correspondent for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, which in case you didn't know, is not only the first political talk show hosted by a woman, but has THE most diverse writing staff in late night history! Ashley began her comedy career at Second City in Chicago after earning a Masters in performance studies at Northwestern. She dropped out of a PhD program to pursue comedy and the rest is history! Sit back, tune in and let Ashley make your day!
Jul 12, 2016
Actress Ilana Levine's stage, film and tv career has spanned more than 25 years. On Broadway she's best known as Lucy Van Pelt in the revival of "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown." Among her film credits: "Confessions of a Shopaholic," "Kissing Jessica Stein" and the "Nanny Diaries." TV appearances include "Seinfeld," "Law and Order" and "NYPD Blue." She's now part of the podcast universe having launched "Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine." Some of her celebrity guests are recent Tony winner Reed Birney, Cynthia Nixon, John Slattery and BD Wong. Ilana's interview style is unfiltered and uniquely funny and so is this conversation.
Apr 5, 2016
You're about to meet one helluva woman. Cabaret singer and actress, Lillias White has been described as a "one-of-a-kind performer who combines the sass of a classic blues mama with the skill of a Broadway star." Her Broadway credits include Barnum, Dream Girls, Cats, Chicago, and The Life, which landed her a Tony award. Lillias is also the recipient of a Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award, Obie and a daytime Emmy. She's sung at Carneige Hall, Lincoln Center as well as The Kennedy Center. She's also been on the big and small screen. Sit back and let Lillias entertain you.
Jan 5, 2016
Artistic Director Shannon O'Neill takes us behind the curtain at Manhattan's popular and highly respected Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Home for all things comedy, UCB hosts improv, stand-up, sketch, talk/variety. Shannon's a very funny lady who performs every Friday night with The Stepfathers and then on Sunday nights hosts and performs with UCB Theater's longest running show, ASSCAT3000.
Nov 24, 2015
Danielle Saunders' love of cooking began at the tender age of 5 when she started helping her family prepare Sunday dinner. She's still going strong. So strong in fact, that in 2011 she wowed the judges at the Food Network, becoming the first female African-American winner of its hit TV show "Chopped." She also walked off with top honors on "Chopped Champions." She's studied with the best and her client list has grown along with her culinary career - Danielle was Sean Combs' personal chef and has also cooked for Oprah, Tom Hanks and Mary J. Blige. This is a conversation sure to whet your appetite.
Nov 17, 2015
Ever wonder what a television producer really does? You're about to find out. Meet journalist and Emmy Award Winner Sabrina Clay, who is a segment producer on The Dr. Oz Show. Before joining the Dr. Oz staff, Sabrina was supervising producer of the weekend edition of The Today Show. She spent 14 years at NBC News. On the entertainment side, Sabrina's worked the Oscar, Golden Globes and Emmy Red Carpets. There's lots to talk about.
Feb 17, 2015
A return appearance for the wonderfully refreshing, no-holds barred actress/voice-over artist/commentator Nancy Giles...who, since 2002 has been sharing her views, comedic and cutting, on CBS Sunday Morning. Sit back and enjoy another fascinating, provocative, and entertaining conversation with the irrepressible Nancy Giles.
Jul 8, 2014
Nancy Giles is opinionated...and that's a good
thing. The actress, comedienne, voice over artist has been sharing her
'take on life' since 2002 when she joined CBS Sunday
Morning as a commentator/contributor. Nancy's views, cutting and
comedic have garnered her an Emmy and two "Gracie" Awards from American
Women in Radio and Television/Alliance for Women in Media. No topic's
off-limits in this 51%: Conversations with Creative Women rebroadcast.
Apr 15, 2014
Virginia Rohan's byline is a very familiar one to readers of The Bergen
Record, New Jersey's second largest daily newspaper. The award-winning
journalist joined the paper as a feature writer in 1986. Virginia's been
TV editor, TV critic and columnist...and today covers mostly television
related stories. Hear her take on the state of TV in today's world.