This show talks to major news makers, authors and celebrities. Hosted by Philadelphia radio veteran Paul Perrello on the 2nd Monday of each Month at 5:30 p.m.
Jose Llana: It's Great To Be King
(Apr 10, 2017)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Broadway veteran Jose Llana who plays the King of Siam in the Lincoln Center Touring Production of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical King and I. Llana reflects on what it is like to step into the iconic role and how the musical is more relevant today than perhaps decades ago when it first appeared on Broadway.Peak Behind The Curtain: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
(Mar 13, 2017)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Benjamin Wheelwright and Maria Elena Ramirez, two cast members from the National Tour of the The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Take a peak behind the curtain to learn how an award-winning book was turned into a hit Broadway play and is now taking the country by storm with the show's first touring production.Debra Rothenberg: Point, Focus and Shoot
(Feb 13, 2017)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with photographer and author Debra Rothenberg about her book Bruce Springsteen in Focus. The Boss may have been Born to Run, but Rothenberg was born to point, focus and shoot Springsteen since 1980. The award-winning photographer will reflect on her career and offer tips on taking photos whether for family gatherings or for social media.Mamma Mia: The Musical's Farewell Tour
(Jan 09, 2017)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Lizzie Markson and Dustin Harris Smith, two of the leads of the musical Mamma Mia now on its farewell tour across America.Bandstand Diaries: A Dance Down Memory Lane.
(Dec 12, 2016)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes former American Bandstand dancer turned author Arlene Sullivan to talk about her book Bandstand Diaries, a tribute to one of the most legendary television shows in history that put Philadelphia and the Bandstand regulars on the national map.Moana: From Pencil Sketch to the Screen with Bill Schwab
(Nov 14, 2016)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes Bill Schwab, the Art Director of Characters for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Schwab discusses his work on the latest Disney animated move "Moana" and the challenges of taking a pencil sketch from paper to the screen.Philly Pops: Curtain Going Up
(Oct 10, 2016)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes Frank Giordano, President and CEO of the Philly Pops to talk about the Pops exciting 38th season. Kicking off later in October, the season will start with The King's Songbook, a tribute to the legend Elvis Presley.Henry Winkler's Happiest Days
(Sep 12, 2016)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes actor, producer, director and author Henry Winkler to the program to talk about his new series of children's books. Best known for his role as the Fonz on TV's Happy Days, these days Winkler is most excited about writing his Hank Zipzer series of books. Winkler reflects about how his own childhood learning challenges with dyslexia inspired the series and how the books encourage young readers to excel at whatever they desiThe World's Worst Singer: Florence Foster Jenkins
(Aug 08, 2016)
Host Paul Perrello speaks with Simon Helberg of The Big Bang Theory, to discuss his latest endeavour in Florence Foster Jenkins.Someone's in the Kitchen with Giada
(Jul 11, 2016)
Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello welcomes Food Network star and author Giada De Laurentiss to the program to talk about her new book Recipe for Adventure: Philadelphia. Giada dishes about her work on Food Network, cooking Italian style and her series of children's books.