Wednesday, May 01, 2013

TV Confidential Archives: Show No. 182 with guests Jon Burlingame and Jane Boursaw

TV CONFIDENTIALShow No. 182 with guests Jon Burlingame and Jane Boursaw
Original Airdate: Week of Apr. 24-30, 2013
First hour: Ed welcomes film and TV music historian Jon Burlingame. Jon’s latest book, The Music of James Bond, tells you everything you wanted to know about the music of every James Bond film from Dr. No and Quantum of Solace, including a running commentary on the various scores of each Bond soundtrack, plus extensive interviews with virtually every composer and recording artist who contributed to the pantheon of Bond music, including John Barry, Monty Norman, Marvin Hamlisch, Paul Williams, Herb Alpert, and Hal David. (The interview with Jon begins 20 minutes into the program and continues into the second hour.) Also in this hour: A replay of our October 2010 interview with actor Frank Bank, Lumpy Rutherford on Leave It to Beaver. Second hour: Jane Boursaw helps Ed and Tony Figueroa pay tribute to Roger Ebert. A syndicated columnist and entertainment writer for such publications as TV Worth Watching and Reel Life with Jane, Jane Boursaw is also one of many film critics who was influenced by Ebert. Plus: This Week in TV History remembers the first experimental television broadcasts from the Empire State Building.
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