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Happy trails to you

The Encore Westerns Channel pays tribute to Gene Autry, one of the great cowboys of movies and television, with a 100-hour marathon of fully restored Autry movies beginning tonight at 8pm ET and PT and continuing through Tuesday, Oct. 2.  The marathon includes the exclusive world television premiere of “Gene Autry: White Hat, Silver Screen,” a 30-minute special on Gene’s life and career that will be repeated throughout the weekend as well as throughout October.

Till we meet again,

Ed Robertson

New TV shows on DVD this week

These are the titles we reviewed on the Sept. 4 edition of Talking Television with Dave White:

30 Rock, Season One
Desperate Housewives, Season Three
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Seasons One and Two
Nip/Tuck, Season Four
Prison Break, Season Two
Rules of Engagement, Season One
Bosom Buddies, Season Two
The Gumby Show: The Gumby Essentials, Volume One
Two and a Half Men, Season One
Jericho, Season One
I Dream of Jeannie, Season Four
McHale’s Navy, Season Two

Baseball’s Most Unbreakable Feats

To hear our complete report, click below. The DVD report begins about ten minutes into the program:

Join Frankie and me on Sept. 25, when we pay tribute to James Garner, Roy Huggins and the 50th anniversary of Maverick. Our guest that night will be Mick Martin, co-author of Video Movie Guide. Webcast begins at 10:30pm ET/7:30pm PT on Share-a-Vision Radio,

Ed Robertson

Talkin’ about the Gold Firebird on the Zookers Radio Program

Last week I was invited on The Zookers Radio Program, one of the latest additions to Blog Talk Radio. Hosts are Eric and Rob, also known as “the Greek gods of Internet radio,” and the subject was Thirty Years of The Rockford Files. It’s always fun to talk about Rockford, Jim Garner, and the Pontiac Firebird, especially with folks as knowledgeable as they are. It was a fun hour that went all too fast, but we’re talking about doing it again soon.

Here’s the link to our conversation:

Ed Robertson

Interview with Emmy nominee Michael Emerson of “Lost”

As everyone knows, the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards are on tonight, beginning at 8pm ET/PT on Fox. Among the nominees are Michael Emerson, who’s up for Best Suporting Actor for his role as Ben Linus, the charismatic yet creepy leader of The Others, on the ABC hit series Lost.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael earlier this year, just before Lost returned to ABC’s schedule after a three-month status. Besides gleaning some insight into the Ben Linus character, we touched on many other topics, from his previous Emmy experience (he won a Best Guest Actor award in 2001 for his work on The Practice), to his character’s back story on Lost, to how people are “delighted to be terrified” by him whenever they meet him. For the record, I was not terrified when I spoke to Michael… but I was delighted. He’s a very nice man, and I think you’ll enjoy our conversation. Ed Robertson

10 New Fall Shows Not to Miss

The fall season is beyond packed with new shows coming out from a drama about a Cuban cane farming family to another drama about a robot woman, to a comedy about a guy who’s parents sold his soul to the devil when he was born.

So perhaps you’re feeling a little overwhelmed. Not only can you not handle checking out each new show, but your TiVo can’t either! Whatever you watch, don’t miss the absolute must see new shows of the season.

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New Reality Casts: Survivors, Models, & Players

Survivor: China is almost here with it’s September 20th premiere! Meet the cast on

Meet the Survivors

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Emmy Predictions

emmyaward.pngThe Emmys are almost here! Before you watch this Sunday, September 16, check out’s predictions of who will win vs. who should win. Oh the anticipation!

EW’s Emmy Predictions

Check out the nominees at SideReel: Emmys 2007

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TV Comes to MySpace

Sure, now you can catch up on plenty of your favorite shows online, but what about a show that only ever airs online?

MySpace and the makers of films including Blood Diamond and The Last Samurai, Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, are ready to try it out a new “original Web series,” Quarterlife (Cieply).

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Jon Stewart to Host The Oscars

jon_stewart.jpgThe Oscars are bringing Jon Stewart on board to host the Oscars! Stewart, famous for his humorous and edgy news show, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, toned down from his usual level of political humor when he hosted in 2006, but that doesn’t mean he completely avoided it.

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British Cult TV with guest Robert Sellers… here on Share-a-Vision Radio

In case you missed it, our conversation with Robert Sellers, author of Cult TV: The Golden Age of ITC, is now available on the archives pages at Share-a-Vision Radio,  Check it out:

Ed Robertson

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