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- 09/24/13--16:00: Your15Minutes Radio Special Edition-Jennifer Hudson
- 10/07/13--07:00: Slash Talks About His New Movie "Nothing Left To Fear"
- 10/11/13--08:00: Milling About with Daniel Radcliffe & John Krokidas
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Join us as we have a conversation with Grammy Award winning artists Jennifer Hudson as she discusses her latest film Winnie Mandela.
An interview with Slash from Guns N' Roses about his new movie company Slasher Films. He talks to the guys from This Is Infamous Radio about the first film he's releasing called "Nothing Left To Fear." Slash discusses Velvet Revolver, the break-up of Guns N' Roses, and where his music career will go next. Check out the full show here.
Daniel Radcliffe was once the bespectacled boy wizard of Harry Potter. With a bit of a scruff and near 25 it doesn't seem odd that he prefers Dan. Speaking to him since he's 10, you happily adopt the name as he's permanently left the Hogwarts building. In Kill Your Darlings he may still be wearing Potter-shaped glasses but the comparisons firmly end there. Dan joins host Robin Milling to discuss taking on the role of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg. He tells Robin he modestly dabbled in sonnets when he was 17, but now he's working towards writing screenplays he can direct. To get into the mindset of unrequited heartache for Lucien Carr (played by Dane DeHaan), director John Krokidas, who also joins Robin, suggested he borrow Renee Zelwegger's method of listening to music before the scene. Dan chose jazz singer Jo Stafford while Krokidas turned to bands such as The Libertines with similar torture in their relationship. John, who is well versed in the Beat Generation keyed into Ginsberg for being openly gay in the 40s and taking his freedom of expression all the way to the Supreme Court. He tells Robin he aspires to be that brave and hopes the film will do the same for audiences. 'Maybe,' he says, 'you will take pen to paper and create something revolutionary.'
Tavis Talks: M Night Shyamalan. Tavis Smiley talks with the famed film director and screenwriter about his new book, "I Got Schooled." It's his first non fiction work, which outlines his ideas on improving the education system in the U.S.
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