TV Confidential with Ed Robertson

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television brings you lively conversations every week with the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.

TV & Film
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Rich Little, Don Rickles, and Elvis
Ed welcomes back actor, comedian, and impressionist Rich Little
12 min
327
How Lucy Helped Launch Larry Storch's Career
From September 2014: Ed welcomes actor and comedian Larry Storch
24 min
328
Jay Moriarty, author of Honky in the House and ...
Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome back Jay Moriarty, writer/producer of The Jeffersons
21 min
329
David Pollock on Jean Stapleton and Norman Lear
From June 2013: Emmy Award-winning writer David Pollock shares memories of working with Jean Stapleton
11 min
330
All in the Family: The Show That Changed Televi...
Ed welcomes Jim Colucci, co-author, along with Norman Lear, of All in the Family: The Show That Changed Televisioni
24 min
331
Norman Lear and the Equity of All in the Family
Ed welcomes Jim Colucci, co-author, along with Norman Lear, of All in the Family: The Show That Changed Televisioni
20 min
332
The Innate Goodness of Edith Bunker
Ed welcomes Jim Colucci, co-author, along with Norman Lear, of All in the Family: The Show That Changed Televisioni
18 min
333
60 Years of The Defenders
Ed welcomes Phil Rosenzweig, author of Reginald Rose and the Journey of 12 Angry Men
20 min
334
Perry Mason and The Defenders
Ed welcomes Phil Rosenzweig, author of Reginald Rose and the Journey of 12 Angry Men
8 min
335
Christian Ganiere of Stranger Things
Ed welcomes Christian Ganiere of Netflix's Stranger Things
14 min
336
All in the Family and "The Draft Dodger"
Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome television writer/producer Jay Moriarty
12 min
337
How Norman Lear Deftly Balanced Comedy with Drama
Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome television writer/producer Jay Moriarty
20 min
338
The Jeffersons and "The First Store"
Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome television writer/producer Jay Moriarty
17 min
339
Norman Lear, Maude, and All in the Family
Ed, Tony, and Donna welcome television writer/producer Jay Moriarty
17 min
340
The 3 Great Periods of Elvis’ Career
Musician, producer, and historian Chuck Harter joins Ed for the first of two programs that celebrate Elvis Presley
22 min
341
Elvis, Nixon, and Frank Sinatra
Musician, producer, and historian Chuck Harter joins Ed for the first of two programs that celebrate Elvis Presley
19 min
342
Elvis: What Could Have Been
Musician, producer, and historian Chuck Harter joins Ed for the first of two programs that celebrate Elvis Presley
13 min
343
Naomi Matsuda, Ginger Che, and the Rise of the ...
Ed welcomes Emmy nominated actress Naomi Matsuda and fashion designer Ginger Che
20 min
344
Naomi Matsuda, Ginger Che, and Goddess Sisterhood
Ed welcomes Emmy nominated actress Naomi Matsuda and fashion designer Ginger Che
18 min
345
Da'Jour Jones of Players
Ed welcomes actor Da'Jour Jones (Players, Signs of Love)
17 min
346
Columbo and the City of Los Angeles
A special roundtable discussion on Columbo featuring Emmy winner Joseph Dougherty and author David Koenig (Shooting Columbo)
19 min
347
Oliver Nelson, Billy Goldenberg, and the Music ...
A special roundtable discussion on Columbo featuring Emmy winner Joseph Dougherty and author David Koenig (Shooting Columbo)
19 min
348
Why Columbo is More Popular Than Ever
A special roundtable discussion on Columbo featuring Emmy winner Joseph Dougherty and author David Koenig (Shooting Columbo)
14 min
349
America’s First Great Motion Picture Studio
Ed welcomes Andrew Erish, author of Vitagraph: America’s First Great Motion Picture Studio
19 min
350
Vitagraph Studios, "Pop" Rock, and Thomas Edison
Ed welcomes film historian Andrew Erish, author of Vitagraph: America's First Great Motion Picture Studio
17 min