Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 420 with guest Michael Learned is now available online for listening on demand

Show No. 420 with guest Michael Learned
Original Airdates: Sept. 21-24, 2018
Listen to “TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 420 with guest Michael Learned” on Spreaker.
First hour: A tribute to film and television actor Burt Reynolds featuring highlights from previously broadcast conversations with people who knew and worked with him, including actors Richard Anderson and James Best and director Ralph Senensky. Also in this hour: Greg Ehrbar reviews Sid Caesar: The Works, the five-DVD tribute set from Shout! Factory that includes such previously unreleased-to-DVD material as Ten from Your Show of Shows, The Chevy Show, the Emmy Award-winning CBS reunion special from 1967, and Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in conversation with Billy Crystal at the Paley Center from 2014. If you order Sid Caesar: The Works directly through ShoutFactory.com, you will receive a bonus disc, Sid Caesar: Extra Portion, which features more than

two hours of additional material. Second hour: Four-time Emmy Award-winning actress Michael Learned (The Waltons, Nurse, Life Interrupted) talks to Ed about the genuine love that Waltons creator Earl Hamner had for his mother and his family, and how grateful she is for her experience on The Waltons because it gave her a second family. Michael will be honored by the Family Film Awards with their annual Legend Award on Thursday, Sept. 27, plus she recently completed production on the short film Second Acts. She will also reprise the role of Miss Daisy in a stage production of Driving Miss Daisy in January 2019 at the Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach, California.

Bill Daily with Ed Robertson

Also in this hour: An encore presentation of our conversation from June 2014 with actor/comedian Bill Daily (I Dream of Jeannie, The Bob Newhart Show).

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