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Talk Shows (genre)

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  • 'Ellen' to take Oprah's place next fall on WBAL

    'Ellen' to take Oprah's place next fall on WBAL
    From the Z on TV blog: WBAL-TV Monday answered one of the bigger questions of Baltimore media 2011: Who will replace Oprah in Channel 11's afternoon lineup? The answer is Ellen DeGeneres, according to Jordan Wertlieb, WBAL's general manager. During her...
  • Piers Morgan, wife, expecting a baby

     
    "America's Got Talent Judge" and late night talk show host Piers Morgan is going to be a father. Morgan confirmed the news Sunday via Twitter.Morgan, 46, and his wife Celia Walden, 34, are expecting their first child together. (Morgan has......
  • Jeff Probst getting his own talk show

     
    Oprah, Donahue, Jeff Probst? The longtime "Survivor" host is adding talk show host to his resume. Fall 2012, the three-time Emmy winner will host a 1-hour long show on CBS. I wonder how long that show will last?......
  • Baltimore stations jockey to fill the Oprah vacuum

    Baltimore stations jockey to fill the Oprah vacuum
    For stations in Baltimore and across the country, Monday is the first day of the post-Oprah Winfrey era. Llike their counterparts nationwide, stations here will be trying new and (allegedly_ improved shows to grab a piece of the huge audience that the...
  • Anderson Cooper opens strong in daytime with family of Amy Winehouse

    Anderson Cooper opens strong in daytime with family of Amy Winehouse
    Anderson's Cooper's syndicated daytime talk show opened strong Monday with the CNN host interviewing family and friends of singer Amy Winehose who died in July. He got the first interview with Mitch and Janis Winehouse, the singer's father and mother,...
  • Youth issues the focus of latest Baltimore mayoral candidate forum

    One teen spoke about attending 17 schools due to an unstable family. Another discussed the isolation she felt being raised by an unemployed single father who devoted more attention to her younger half-siblings. A third dedicated her question for the...
  • Jobs versus health: a false choice

    Jobs versus health: a false choice
    Why are power plants worth more than the health of 140,000 Maryland children afflicted with asthma? What about pregnant women eating mercury-tainted fish from the Chesapeake Bay? How could their risk be scored so low compared to a utility plant's profit?...
  • Reisterstown: Shopping center changing to meet customers' needs

    You could hear the beat of the drums all the way out on Reisterstown Road heralding the grand opening of Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet. Fellow members of the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce, along with local politicos came to...
  • Baltimore's Theatre Project is still radical at 40

    Baltimore's Theatre Project is still radical at 40
    The headline on a 1972 article in The Baltimore Sun neatly summed up the recently formed Theatre Project: "New and radical — and free." Today, the intimate venue on Preston Street still offers plenty of theatrical experiences that qualify as new...
  • Princess-to-be Kate Middleton has Maryland family ties

    Princess-to-be Kate Middleton has Maryland family ties
    Soon-to-be princess Kate Middleton has a few prominent Marylanders — and American celebrities — in her family tree. Middleton, a commoner who marries Prince William on Friday, is a distant cousin of "The Star-Spangled Banner" author Francis...
  • Md. panel on medical pot eyes academic centers to run program

    Md. panel on medical pot eyes academic centers to run program
    As proposals take shape for a medical marijuana program in Maryland, the state is considering an approach that would put academic centers such as the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland at the helm as a way of closely monitoring the...
  • Design show cures Baltimore family's backyard blues

    Design show cures Baltimore family's backyard blues
    Before "The Nate Berkus Show" arranged for a dramatic makeover, M'Salla and Felicia Wilks and their two daughters were prisoners of their own backyard. "The grape arbor was the most terrible thing," says Felicia Wilks, who lives with her family in...