An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV CONFIDENTIAL often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. This allows our very broad audience to not only relate to our show, but participate with their imagination and memories. Ideal for weekends, it is unlike any radio show or podcast heard today.
Television is one of the few things that all of us have in common. Just about everyone has a favorite show or shows that they either grew up watching or binge-watch today, or favorite stars whose careers they continue to follow. That’s the premise behind TV CONFIDENTIAL, a weekly two-hour syndicated radio talk show about all aspects of television, hosted by Ed Robertson. Originating from Los Angeles, CA, and distributed electronically every week to terrestrial and digital stations.
TV CONFIDENTIAL features lively conversations with special guests on a wide range of topics related to all eras and genres of TV programming (network, cable, streaming, daytime, prime time, late night, current, classic, comedy, drama, news, sports, music, etc.) and the state of the medium in general. The show’s audience encompasses listeners worldwide, including many who work in the entertainment industry; their common bond is their unbridled passion for the past, present and future of television.
The hallmark of TV CONFIDENTIAL is its in-depth interviews with TV celebrities and other entertainment industry professionals. This gives listeners a unique chance to meet many of their favorite stars. Previous guests include Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek), Ed Asner (Lou Grant, The Mary Tyler Moore Show), Jaclyn Smith (Charlie’s Angels), Eric Braeden (The Young and the Restless), Ken Berry (F Troop, Mama’s Family), Shirley Jones (The Partridge Family), Mayim Bialik (Big Bang Theory), Walter Koenig (Star Trek) and Julie Newmar (Batman).