October 13, 2011 by staff
The first interview is with actor Michael Douglas, who speaks from the observation of “Glee” with his young daughter. Other interviews to follow will be the Republican strategist Ed Rollins campaign, reality-show celebrity Kris Jenner Kardashian, comedian Chris Rock, actress Kathleen Turner, author Erica Jong and veteran talk-show host Dick Cavett, the station WNYC, said Thursday.
Baldwin said he has been exploring other things to do, knowing that his small-screen life as corporate executive Jack Donaghy crazy moves towards its end.
Baldwin won Emmys for her portrayal of a comic head of the television. He said he would like to use their free time to meet the need for other things.
Its mix of guests on the radio program will be in various fields, but leans towards fellow artists. Baldwin said he is particularly interested in talking with veterans of the entertainment world on the instructions of their careers have taken and how to keep the juices flowing.
He is a recognized “public radio junkie” who has filled in the air by WNYC in New York and helped fund units. After his work in the air like a great substitute for Kurt Andersen, Baldwin and WNYC both were interested in doing something else, said Dean Cappello, senior vice president of programming at New York radio audience.
“Alec is one of the boys in our city,” he said.
New interviews will be available once a week. Cappello said he hoped that in time will become a radio show on the air, but those plans have not been established yet.
Baldwin said his “30 Rock” contract ends after next season sixth on NBC, starting with Donaghy “in agony” because his wife is locked up in North Korea. There is a possibility it could be expanded program for another year, but he said he is not sure if he wants to.
“Maybe,” he said. “I would not preclude them from having one more year, because they are all my friends and I have been good to me. Perhaps I would do a piece of the year. But what I really want to move on to other things.”
His “30 Rock” has been working offers movie you want to explore. Baldwin, 53, also talked about entering politics one day, but it would require a transformation that would take time.
“I have to finish what I’m doing now and to separate these two parts of my life,” he said. “I have not really formalized that. It’s like the difference between going to Jon Stewart and Jim Lehrer. The jokes have to stop, everything must be on file.”
It shows the race has been better than Baldwin.
“The life we ??have now will be better,” he said. “I have a great job. Everyone thinks I’m funny.’m Fooling everyone. They think I’m talented. I am giving cat through the eyes of all and I are paying for it. It is very exciting.”
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