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HOLDER TONIGHT

with
PETER ANTHONY HOLDER
The Week Of
MARCH 16-20, 2009



MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2009
12:35am

Singer Gloria Loring is the co-writer and singer of some of the most popular television theme songs, such as Facts Of Life and Diff'rent Strokes. She has a new stage show called TV Tunez Tonight, which features her singing TV's most beloved ditties.
1:05am

Neil Strauss is the author of Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life, a book that provides tips that can help a human being deal with any kind disaster that should come their way.

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1:35am

Did you know that Galileoís middle finger is on display in Italy? The wife of a Greek ruler mourned his passing so much that she drank his ashes in her wine? Those are just some of the facts that you'll find from G. Kent Nitz's book The Little Book of Rare and Unpublished Oddities.

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2:05am

Dr. Naif Al-Mutawa, the founder and CEO of Teshkeel Media Group, is back on to talk about the success of the Muslim-based superhero comic book that he started, The 99, and the opening of The 99 Village Theme Park in Kuwait based on the comic.

TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2009
12:35am

Do humans really have the ability to move things with their minds and communicate telepathically? We talk to Stacy Horn, author of Unbelievable: Investigations Into Ghosts, Poltergeists, Telepathy, And Other Unseen Phenomena, From The Duke Parapsychology Laboratory, a book about a group of scientists who devoted research to proving and disproving paranormal occurrences between 1930 and 1980.

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1:05am

Rafael Rivera-Viruet is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and the co-author of Hollywood: Se Habla EspaŮol, a ground-breaking coffee table book highlighting the indelible impact of Latinos in Hollywood films over the past 100 years.
1:35am

Don Busi is the author of Knockin' On Heaven's Door: A True Story of Courage and Sacrifice. It's a look back at WWII and that generation whom some call the greatest.

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2:05am

Men no longer have to worry about scaring ladies with their "shrinkage" when coming out of the water. Michael Yarwood has a swimwear company in Australia called Busy Summer and they have launched a cheeky male item under the label Mr.BusyBalls.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009
12:35am

Scott Harper is a documentary film maker who this week had an excellent doc on CTV's W5 entitled Lost Adventures of Childhood. He's on to talk about his recent film and his work in documentary films in general.
1:05am

Bernie Tocholke is a former cult member who has seen firsthand the devastation that cults can bring. He is the author of Torn Asunder: In The Jaws of a Cult.

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2:05am

Last year we spoke to Deborah Smith Pegues, author of Supreme Confidence: Secrets to Bold and Fearless Living. She's back with a new book. This one is called Confronting Without Offending.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2009
12:35am

The 7th Annual Female Eye Film Festival starts next Wednesday in Toronto. We talk to Leslie Ann Coles, the director of the festival, about what's in store and what will be screened at the festival featuring films made by women.
1:05am

Bill German is the author of Under Their Thumb which chronicles his teenage journey getting to know his favourite band, the Rolling Stones.

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1:35am

Jane Heller loves baseball. She followed her beloved Yankees around for part of one season and the result is the book Confessions of a She-Fan: The Course of True Love with the New York Yankees.

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2:05am

Marc Blatte is the author of Humpty Dumpty Was Pushed, a unique, hip, urban whodunit that takes place on the streets of New York.

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2:35am

You've heard of summer camp, but now, there's bacon camp. Fans of the deliciously fatty pork product will gather in San Francisco this Saturday for the first ever Bacon Camp, where they'll share their love of bacon with one another. We talk to their spokesperson, Karen Nguyen.

FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2009
12:35am

Steve Walsh, with another segment of Steve Walsh: Our Man In The Heart Of America: Checking Out The Nation's Pulse. Find out what wacky things our Jefferson City, Missouri based correspondant has found in the U.S.
12:45am

Stuart Nulman is in with another edition of Book Banter. The reviewed books are:
1:05am

Tech expert Elias Makos is in to answer your questions about the technology and to share with us what's new and what's hot and the latest in tech news.
2:05am

Ken Solin is the author of The Key to the Men's Room: What Men Talk about When Women Aren't Around, a painfully honest journey into the male psyche.

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