Expert Guests

Longtime Las Vegas conservative talk show host Heidi Harris has just released a fascinating new book, Don’t Pat Me on the Head (Heidi Harris), that chronicles her nearly 20 year career in talk radio, including 15 as a Cable TV pundit. She also addresses the PC movement that led to her dismissal and how some won’t be satisfied until all conservative voices are silenced. Heidi describes what it took to get there, what it took to survive in the business for so long and how she weathered the inevitable blowback and setbacks you’ll face in a career based on your opinion. There are great behind-the-scenes stories, tips on picking topics and guests, and lessons learned along the way. Her story is a reminder that regardless of your occupation, being true to yourself and your values is always worth the “cost.” To book an interview with Heidi:

Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D. is the author of the new book Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump (Humanix Books) that has just been published. Dr. Corsi is an investigative journalist. Corsi is the author of six New York Times bestsellers including the #1 bestsellers Unfit for Command and The Obama Nation. He has been a frequent guest on major networks, including Fox News, Newsmax TV, and CNN. The premise of Corsi’s book is that America is under the leadership of the Deep State: a shadowy cabal of government employees who diabolically influence policy without regard to the elected leadership. Secretly operating behind the curtain of “national security” in Washington, D.C., Corsi maintains the Deep State is getting stronger by the day and every American should be terrified of it. In Killing the Deep State, Corsi unmasks the powerful players who pull the real strings in Washington, stating it makes no difference whom you voted for, who sits in the Oval Office or who controls Congress. To book an interview with Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D., contact: Sandy Frazier Phone: 516-735-5468.

weismanwriterSteven J.J. Weisman is an attorney, educator, author and experienced broadcaster whose expertise in the area of sports law has made him one of the country’s most-sought-after television and radio guests.  Change has been profound in sports law as it attempts to regulate a sporting world filled with new developments, including: fantasy sports, gender issues, concerns of disabled athletes, performance enhancement, and more.  Weisman can explain all of the traditional areas of sports law, including detailed analysis of college sports, professional contracts, and labor law.  But, he’s also well-versed in areas including stadium financing, sports gambling, advanced analytics, and more.  Hi latest book is titled, Sports Law: The Essentials.  To book Steven J.J. Weisman for your show, email him at: or visit

Steve Tyrell is a superstar singer of the Great American Songbook and he’s just released a new album, A Song For You (New Design Records and East/West Records).  The recent death of legendary crooner Vic Damone served as a sad reminder that most of the original generations of “crooners” responsible for popularizing the Great American Songbook have passed on, leaving only a handful of younger current-generation performers such as Harry Connick Jr., and Michael Bublé to carry on and keep the style alive.  Major record producer-turned-singer Steve Tyrell is one of today’s handful of superstars in the “crooner” genre selling gold albums and filling major venues around the country, drawing multi-generational fans.  Tyrell is a lover of radio – he hosts a daily jazz show in Los Angeles – and he’s doing a number of interviews on talk shows and stations around the country.  For a refreshing change of pace and some fascinating conversation about his colorful career and timeless music across the decades of the past half-century-plus, Steve Tyrell can be reached by calling Melody Heath at the DC Radio Company at 202-549-4713.

Eric Goldrich is a filmmaker whose recent project – titled Every 40 Years – chronicles the 70s rock band Gunhill Road.  The band had a hit in the early 1970s with “Back When My Hair Was Short” but, for a number of reasons that are explored in the documentary, fell short of rock stardom.  Goldrich is the son of Gunhill Road member Steve Goldrich and the story is told through Eric Goldrich’s eyes.  This story is a rock history freak’s delight!  To book Eric Goldrich for your show, email him at

Bernadette Duncan is author of the highly anticipated book about talk radio titled, YAPPY DAYS: Behind the Scenes with Newsers, Schmoozers, Boozers and Losers (AuthorHouse/Talkers Books, 2016).  For 26 years, Duncan worked in the trenches of big-time talk radio during its most dramatic decades (1983-2009) – set against the backdrop of America’s pre- and post-9/11 realities when in one fateful day, talk radio went from its post O.J. Simpson default of covering celebrity murder mysteries (Gary Condit, Jon-Benet Ramsey, etc.) to an obsession with the reality and ongoing threat of civilian mass murder at the hands of terrorists.  She worked for some of the biggest names in the business during their glory days – Sally Jessy Raphael, Larry King, Tom Snyder, Lou Dobbs, Gil Gross, Charles Osgood and many more.  This veteran talk show producer and wife of TALKERS publisher Michael Harrison chronicles her career in the business in a candid manner and makes a compelling case on behalf of the importance of the position of radio producer – which she describes as being “the most under-rated, under-paid and under-appreciated job in commercial media.”  Producers and hosts interested in booking Bernadette Duncan on their shows can do so by calling Barbara Kurland at 413-565-5413.


On the air for over 20 years, Ric Edelman is an expert on all aspects of personal finance critical to your listeners:  investments, taxes, retirement planning, mortgages, saving for college, buying and leasing cars and more.  Ric has been three times ranked the #1 Independent Financial Advisor in the nation by Barron’s.   Ric is a #1 New York Times best-selling author and his eighth book, The Truth About Retirement Plans and IRAs, was published in April 2014.  In 2014, 2015 and 2016, Ric was named among the “Heavy Hundred” in the radio industry by TALKERS magazine.  Ric’s television show, The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman, airs on more than 200 public television stations across the country and has won 8 Telly Awards.  He is a member of the CNBC Digital Financial Advisors Council.  More information is available at:  To book Ric Edelman, contact Rick Fowler at 703-251-0109.