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Entertainment Reporter Robin Milling engages in candid conversations with today's hottest stars in movies, theater, music, television, and sometimes we do lunch!....Stay tuned!

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Scott Cohen joins host Robin Milling to talk about his latest film The Feeling That the Time for Doing Something Has Passed, HBO's The Girls On The Bus, working with Carla Gugino, and the upcoming The Penguin (HBO) opposite... more

Multi-talented writer/actor/director Sam Benjamin talks about his latest writing project Roommate Regret for The Lifetime Movie Network. Sam shares his own bad tenant nightmares, reveals his musical ambitions portraying his rockstar... more

Let's Do Lunch! visits Zaab Zaab, a taste of authentic Thai cuisine, and semi-finalists of the 2024 James Beard Awards. With locations in Queens and Brooklyn, New York, owners Pei Wei and Bryan offer wonderful hospitality and a... more

Actor Stephen Moyer (True Blood, Sexy Beast, Elsbeth), also a very talented director joins host Robin Milling to discuss making his sophomore feature debut A Bit Of Light starring his wife Anna Paquin as a recovering alcoholic even... more

Arthur The King is the incredibly true story of extreme adventurer Mikael Lindnord (Mark Wahlberg). Amid an Adventure Racing World Championship he encounters a stray dog who miraculously endures heroic suffering to find him and never... more

Michelle Mylett (Letterkenny) joins host Robin Milling to talk about her latest film American Dreamer opposite Peter Dinklage, Shirley Maclaine, and Matt Dillon. The Candian-born actress discusses what the American dream means to... more

The world knew him as the movie star Cary Grant, but underneath his screen persona was the real man, Archibald Alexander Leach, aka Archie. In the series Archie, currently streaming on Britbox, Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter and the... more

Laurie Kaye joins host Robin Milling to talk about her memoir, "Confessions of a Rock 'n Roll Name Dropper My Life Leading Up to John Lennon's Last Interview." The book weaves tales of her storied life and career in the music... more

Brian Jones, founder of The Rolling Stones led the band to their early success, becoming an unfortunate casualty of the excesses of rock 'n roll, dying at the age of 27 from a drowning accident. Documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield... more
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