Monday, November 21, 2011
Earlier today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Deidre Hall who plays Dr. Marlena Evans on Days of Our Lives. Deidre is releasing a new beauty book titled, "How Does She Do It?" You can get your copy of the book personalized if you purchase the book through Deidre's website. I apologize for the echo sound in the middle of the interview.
The Diva of Days of Our Lives and friends 63rd blogtalkradio show is ready for playback!
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Lots of drama this week on Days of Our Lives! Join the Diva of Days of Our Lives and friends on our blogtalkradio show tonight at 10 pm est as we discuss the last week of the show. Topics include: Johnny's missing, Ejami sex, Alice's secret, Jack/Jennifer/Daniel, etc. We will also be discussing our interview with Renee Jones (Lexie) that happened on Thursday. Monday, we will be interviewing Deidre Hall (Marlena).
Friday, November 18, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
The Diva of Days of Our Lives had a phone interview today with Days actress, Renee Jones. Renee portrays Dr. Lexie Carver on the show. Renee is a very fascinating guest. Hear her thoughts on the mayoral race, Theo's autism storyline, Daniel and Lexie, Sami and Lexie, Lexie vs the Dimera family, etc.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
When we discussed during our blogtalkradio show about Days of our Lives and Santa Barbara veteran actor, Jed Allan, joining The Bay, we mentioned how Jed was written off as Don Craig on Days by checking the mail and never returning. Check out Jed's entrance during the season premiere of Season 2 of The Bay. This episode also stars current and former Days actors Mary Beth Evans, Martha Madison, Sandra Robinson, and Lane Davies. Episodes 2 and 3 have now aired.
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Friday, November 11, 2011
DAYS OF OUR LIVES DEDICATES UPCOMING EPISODE TO RETURNING VETERANS AND PTSD
Actual Veterans to Appear on the Show Focusing on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders from War
( November 4, 2011 - Los Angeles) "Days of our Lives," NBC's longest-running scripted series, will honor current and retired U.S. troops by dedicating an upcoming episode to veterans returning home and dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder. Scheduled to air in January, this will continue the show's long history of exploring real life social issues and representing the show's vast variety of viewers and their struggles.
Actual veterans will appear as themselves in the episode, which focuses on psychiatrist "Marlena Evans," played by Deidre Hall, taking Matthew Ashford's "Jack" to a veteran's hospital and visiting with patients struggling with returning home and their memories of war. A journalist who was kidnapped and held in Afghanistan while on assignment, "Jack" has returned to his home in Salem, but struggles to fit back in to his former life and face the reality of what he was put through, leading to issues dealing with stress and the pressure of strained relationships with his ex-wife and daughter. Joining the cast are a group of actual veterans, including Captain Leslie Nicole Smith, a former Army Public Affairs Officer, who retired due to a blood virus she contracted in Bosnia which resulted in the loss of her left leg, complete vision in her left eye, and some loss to her right eye's vision. She currently speaks around the country to veterans and other victims of post-traumatic stress disorder.
"With President Obama’s recent announcement that we will bring home our troops we thought it was an important issue to address and let our family of viewers know we care about them," said Co-Executive Producer Greg Meng.
Join us this Saturday at 10 pm est for our 62nd blogtalkradio show. Topics include: Magic wedding, EJole sex, Bradison kiss, Daniel is Maggie's son, Johnny going missing, John's trial, Safe and Caustin, etc. We welcome callers and newbies to our chat room. We will also discuss our latest interview with Lauren Koslow (Kate DiMera).