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On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with acclaimed intuitive, medium, and animal communicator Terri Jay about her talents and her appearance in the Peacock Series "Paul T. Goldman". Terri Jay has been doing readings by phone around the world for over 30 years. “I do everything except predictions and police work,” Jay shared. “Even though I have been doing this work for so long, I am always surprised and sometimes even shocked at the details and the information that comes through.” “I never get anything negative or scary and it has often been life-changing in an incredibly positive way,” Terri said. Terri takes the woo-woo out of this field by basing her work in physics. She says that all she does is pick up on energy, frequencies and vibrations that other people miss. In addition, there are 7-9 million people in the U.S. who cannot communicate due to illness, injury and disease, that she has been able to connect with and discusses in her book entitled, "Intuitive Communication." Terri’s original reading with Paul, as depicted in the series, happened years ago and from that first time, Terri encouraged Paul to keep track of all of it and write a book about it. Now, all these years later, it is an exciting series coming out on Peacock. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with author and Licensed Social Worker Seana Zelazo about her new book "The Way of Inanna: A Heroine’s Guide to Living Unapologetically" Over 4000 years ago in ancient Sumer, some of the first mythographers inscribed the stories and myths of the Goddess Inanna on clay tablets in cuneiform. These incredible findings were unearthed, and the fragments were painstakingly pieced together and translated. What they discovered were the ways Inanna was heralded as a goddess who embodies polarities: impatient and deliberate, an attentive lover and fierce warrior, connected to fertility as well as death—making her an accessible, relatable, and inspiring representation of the Divine Feminine as she stands in her power and multidimensionality. The Way of Inanna: A Heroine’s Guide to Living Unapologetically is a field guide to heart-centered living through the wisdom of the Sumerian Goddess of Love. Each chapter deconstructs sacred narratives in which the Goddess navigates the seven gates of her soul’s journey from awakening to ascension. More than a simple retelling, the book is myth made manifest in which Inanna becomes a means to accessing our own ascension and alchemical magic within our modern, contemporary context. With a combined psychotherapeutic and spiritual approach, author Seana Zelazo offers rituals and practices to help readers connect directly with Inanna. From harnessing your sensual energy to reclaiming the generative capacity of the Divine Feminine and identifying and amplifying your life’s purpose, you will discover the ways Inanna’s process is your own. Click the URL to purchase the book from Amazon. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actor, improviser, and voice artist Jim Meskimen about his life and career. Jim Meskimen is an accomplished actor, improviser, and voice artist whose work is well-known to TV and film audiences. He appeared on the British series Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988) several times, and was a recurring character on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990) for two seasons. He has worked with director Ron Howard on five of his films, including The Paper (1994), Apollo 13 (1995), Edtv (1999), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) and Frost/Nixon (2008). He has also worked in two films by director Paul Thomas Anderson. A professional artist, Jim exhibits and sells his realist oil paintings. As a designer/cartoonist, he created dozens of characters, weapons and vehicles for the original "Thundercats" animated series. Jim continues to dazzle audiences with his improvisational skills and appears regularly on L.A. stages. Meskimen is married to actress Tamra Meskimen and they have a daughter, Taylor Meskimen. His mother is Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actress Marion Ross of Happy Days (1974) and the critically-acclaimed series, Brooklyn Bridge (1991). Jim’s online course in becoming a working actor is now available at: . Jim's TikTok page: --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Founder and President Jeffery Sitcov of Doors of Change. Doors of Change™ has been transforming the lives of homeless youth, one young person at a time. Originally called Photocharity, the 501(c)(3) has raised over $4.7 million. For more than 20 years we have helped place over 2,200 homeless youth in safe housing and off the streets. In 2013 the agency identified a significant gap in the services and resources available to “transitional–age-youth” (those between the ages of 16 and 25) and decided to re-brand as Doors of Change™ and deliver a unique service to address this critical need. We work with youth ages 17-25 years old. Recognizing that trust is often a significant barrier for youth in need of services, Doors of Change™ selected music and art as a non-threatening way to engage young people living on the streets. For more information go to --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with author Justin Burke about his new book  "Of Good Courage: The Incredible True Story of Lt. Merle D. Green and the Green Hornets". Of Good Courage is a riveting look into the extraordinary story of Merle D. Green and the airmen who flew the B-17, Green Hornets. Based on recently discovered documents, international research efforts, previously unknown eyewitness accounts, and material obtained from an archive of family memories, keepsakes, and legend, this great, never-before-told story, where soldiers of the air walk the razor-thin line between survival and oblivion, where brotherhood inspires incredible acts of courage, where enemies become friends and boys become forever transformed, where love overcomes all odds, is a remarkable American tale of duty and devotion, of Faith and War.  To get a free e-book email Justin at Amazon: --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Kim Smith of the Heart of Appalachia, about all the activities that Western Virginia has to offer. Heart of Appalachia is a regional tourism authority created in 2003 to market the outdoor recreation, events, and attractions of the 7 coalfield counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Tazewell, and Wise, along with the City of Norton. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress AIMEE CONN her career and the her future.  Amiee Conn  (Ah-mee Kahn) is a professional Actress, Singer/Songwriter, Model, Writer, Producer, Podcast Host & Artist.  Born and raised in Sonoma County, California (7th Generation of the Bay Area!) she is a graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA) Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.  Amiee grew up in Anchorage, Alaska for 7 years of her youth where she found her love and passion for the Arts and Acting, until her family moved back to Santa Rosa, CA and she got her first agent in  San Francisco at age 15.  For 4 years she interned with the American Eagle Casting Agency in Santa Rosa, where she gives huge credit and appreciation to Lori Laube who taught her the benefits of understanding how the other side of the camera/productions work and how that can make you a better actor for respecting and having perspectives from both sides of the industry.  Since then, Amiee has worked in numerous film, commercial and television productions, including the 6 Academy Award winning musical film: LA LA LAND  with Director Damien Chazelle,  Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling;  the FX Network’s Emmy  winning series: American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpsonwith Billy Magnussen, and ABC’s Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23 with James Van Der Beek and Krysten Ritter. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Lee Purcell about her career in movies and TV, and the new projects that she is working on including  Hollywood Radio Players.  The Hollywood Radio Players are a group of performers that recreate Classic Radio performed via ZOOM. more information about Lee go to her website --- Support this podcast:
On the episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with former Playboy Playmates Corinna Harney and Echo Johnson about their lives as Playmates, Hugh Hefner, Sex in today's society, and their podcast The Bunny Chronicles.  Corinna Harney (born February 20, 1972) is an American model and actress. She was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month for August 1991 and Playboy's Playmate of the Year for 1992 Echo Johnson (born on January 11, 1974) was discovered by photographer Greg Gorman. She was named Playboy's Playmate of the Month in the October 1992 German edition of "Playboy." Echo was subsequently the Playboy's Playmate of the Month in January 1993. Check out their website:  www.THE BUNNY (Audio) THE BUNNY CHRONICLES (AUDIO) PODCAST YouTube channel:  THE BUNNY CHRONICLES (VIDEO) PODCAST --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Katie Chonacas (from a self-driving Tesla) about her career and her new venture into the Blockchain and NFTs Katie has been in the Entertainment Industry for two decades. She has been a part of acting on TV/FILM, voiceovers, music, and podcasting.  She has pivoted her artistic craft to NFTs. and has released the FIRST actor headshot on the blockchain and minted her popular podcast as NFTS! She is now consulting people with Web 3.0 and NFTs. --- Support this podcast:
On this edition of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actor Barry Livingston, who is best known as Ernie Douglas on "My Three Sons".  Barry talks about being a child actor and making the transition to adult roles.  He also talks about working in TV and Film, and now streaming services.  He talks about auditioning and he recommends that every young actor get a Real Estate License.  --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Carolyn Hennesy, Carolyn is an American actress, author, and animal advocate. Hennesy's early work consisted of guest appearances and roles in shows and television movies, including Dark Justice and in Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare. She rose to prominence when she was cast in a recurring role in Dawson's Creek. She followed this with a series of guest appearances until she gained international acclaim after landing the role of Diane Miller on the daytime television series General Hospital, for which she earned two Daytime Emmy Award nominations. Following this, she was cast in more recurring roles in shows such as Cougar Town, Revenge, and Jessie. She also received much credibility for her role in The Bay, for which she won her first Daytime Emmy Award. --- Support this podcast:
On this edition of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Nicole Brown of Open Book Extracts (OBX) and discusses the benefits of CBD and the difference between it an THC.  Nicole also talks about the growing process and the testing and regulations of CBD Hemp. Open Book Extracts - High Quality Cannabinoid Ingredients --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Maitland Ward about her career from the ABC TV Series "Boy Meets World" to be one of the most popular Adult Film actresses.  Maitland talks about the stigma that goes along with working in the "Porn" industry to her own self-discovery.  She also talks about her new book "Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood" being released on September 6th. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actor Christian Ganiere.  Christian Ganiere is now experiencing what every actor dreams of ... Jumping from 31,000 to 5,000 on IMDB overnight following the season premiere this last weekend last month on Netflix's "Stranger Things" in the role of Ten opposite Matthew Modine and starring Winona Ryder, Paul Reiser, Millie Bobby Brown and more.  Christian's credits include Television shows such as 9-1-1 as Charlie, Grey's Anatomy as Gus Carter, Criminal Minds as Mikey Capilano, Days of Our Lives as Parker Jonas, The Bay and About a Boy; and films like the Emmy-nominated Rekindling Christmas, Wish Man, No More Goodbyes, and more. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress and acting coach Jocelyn Jones talks about her acting career, her life as an acting coach, and her new book "Artist: Awakening the Spirit Within". Jocelyn Jones is an actress who lives in Santa Monica, California. Born in New York City, Jones is the daughter of Tony Award-winning, actor Henry Jones. Jocelyn Jones was a child actress, debuting at age eleven in The Defenders. She later taught acting for over 15 years at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. She established the Jocelyn Jones Acting Studio in 2009 where she teaches 100 select actors, directors and filmmakers. She also serves as a Creative Consultant to some of the biggest names in the industry. For more information go to her website --- Support this podcast:
On this episode The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with September 1963 Playmate Victoria Valentino about how her career path changed after becoming a Playmate. She talks about being a Bill Cosby (rape) Survivor. Her recording deal with Capitol Records in 1969, and the drowning of her 6-year-old son. Her book "Dirty Diamonds: The Repurposed Life of a Playboy Icon and Cosby Survivor" will be coming out soon. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of the Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Micheal Gutenplan - Master Mentalist, Third- Generation Psychic, and Entertainer. A third-generation psychic, Michael has over 23 years of professional experience in the world of entertainment. A world-class entertainer, he knows how to engage and captivate the most sophisticated and hardest-to-please audiences. He can be seen reading minds and performing his amazing feats of prestidigitation at private clubs and at corporate events, meetings, galas, and private events around the world. Michael has been a featured performer at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, a residency at Six Flags Magic Mountain, advised film, TV, theater, and theme park productions as a magic and psychic consultant, and received rave reviews for his one-man Off-Broadway show "Extraordinary Deceptions." He is a proud member of the Psychic Entertainers Association and a performing member of The Academy of Magical Arts at the Magic Castle. Michael Gutenplan is scheduled to make a rare “free to the public” performance to film his full mentalism and mind-reading show at the world-famous palace of illusion - The Magic Castle. WHERE: The Magic Caste - 7025 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA WHEN: Wednesday, November 8, 2023, at 11:30am - 4:25pm (Full Schedule below) *** Participants: ushered into the venue’s Parlour of Prestidigitation *** Industry Guests: Option to view from an off-camera area and not required to attend for the entire program. (For those staying for the full shoot, a light lunch will be provided at 2:00 PM) PARKING: Free Self-Parking in the Magic Castle parking lot DRESS: Business casual clothing. Collared shirts, slacks, or dresses. No shorts, graphic t-shirts, or flip-flops. Ties and jackets are not necessary PATRON RSVP Deadline: Wednesday, November 1, 2023 to --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Emmy-winning actor-producer David Millbern about his documentary,  the critically acclaimed "100 Years of Men in Love: The Accidental Collection" and it's newly discovered imagery that is already reaching iconic stature, which is a documentary focusing on a unique, moving and joy-filled collection of vintage photographs of men in love from the 1850s to the 1950s, taken when male partnerships were often illegal, the photos were found at flea markets, in shoe boxes, family archives, estate sales, and old suitcases. "100 Years of Men in Love” shines a light on some of that history through a selection of photographs collected by Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell stumbled upon an old photograph of a gay couple by random and then turned it into their mission to discover more of pictures history tried to bury. As they found more and more, they realized some of these photographs dated back more than 100 years. Fans and critics, both LGBTQ and not are now applauding director David Millbern for compiling this remarkable footage.  “100 Years of Men in Love” is a landmark documentary-style film that sticks close to its title and central premise. Over the course of 57 minutes, we’re treated to various photographs of men expressing love for one another that date back as far as 1850 and as recent as 1955. Due to how gay couples have been treated over the course of human history, you can already tell how bold it would be for a couple to take a photograph with each other in an embrace during that time frame. The film, itself, works as a huge eye-opener to any naysayers and the current trend of anti-gay rhetoric that believe homosexuality is a more recent trend in human development. As clearly shown by these pictures, the film shows proof that same-sex dating back to the 1850s that gay men were living together in America and unafraid of showing their love in public. Punctuated between certain photos are quotes from authors such as Walt Whitman and Henry David Thoreau that illustrate how love is universal. Regardless of gender identity or race, we as humans can fall in love with one another. We shouldn’t be imposing limits on our love when love is one of the strongest emotions we can give. Those who experience “100 Years of Men in Love” are treated to a selection of moments that history couldn’t destroy. The love on display was so powerful, it outlived its subjects and went on to become a beacon of hope for others. "If that’s not the definition of true love, I’m not sure what else could be,” says Director and Producer, David Millbern. --- Support this podcast:
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with former TV news anchor and reporter John Daly about the events in the news from Roe v. Wade, The January 6th Commission, and the news media is covering stories and more. John is also the host of his own podcast the Daly Fish - Support this podcast at — Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out: --- Support this podcast: