Friday, March 15, 2013

AirTalk for Monday, March 18th 2013

Contact: Producers Joel Patterson, Jasmin Tuffaha, Anny Celsi



Monday, March 18th, 2013

CPAC roundup (time TBD)

11:06 –11:20
Topic: OPEN

11:20 -11:40

11:40 - 12:00
Topic: 'Salt Sugar Fat': the secrets of Big Food: In his new book, Michael Moss, of Pulitzer Prize-winning “pink slime” fame, chronicles the many ways big food is harmful to America. Moss’ reporting on the pink slime used in much of the beef found in fast food restaurants did what no amount of gentle chastising and healthy recommendations could. “Salt Sugar Fat” is not a cut-and-dry expose, but an exploration of the ways big food companies capitalize on pleasure triggers, addiction, and aggressive marketing. Called a “public service” by the New York Times, “Salt Sugar Fat” paints an elaborate picture of what goes on behind the scenes in the food industry. Michael Moss joins Larry to talk about his work and how to eat healthy in a salty, sugary, fatty world.

Guest: Michael Moss, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times and author of “Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us” (Random House)

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12:00 – 12:20
Topic: OPEN

12:20 – 12:40
Topic: Rob Portman’s reversal on gay marriage - the personal becomes political: Ohio Senator Rob Portman isn’t the first conservative to reverse his opinion on same-sex marriage for personal reasons – coming out of the closet is a more political event now than it ever has been. What does it take to change someone’s mind about LGBT rights on a personal level? A son or daughter? A prominent celebrity? A friend of a friend? How effective are these personal connections at changing public opinion in big (or small) ways?

Guest: TBD

12:40 – 1:00
Topic:  Family secrets that fuel family togetherness: [TEMP BLURB - DO NOT POST TO WEB]  In The Secrets of Happy Families, New York Times bestselling author Bruce Feiler has drawn up a blueprint for modern families — a new approach to family dynamics, inspired by cutting-edge techniques gathered from experts in the disciplines of science, business, sports, and the military.  The result is a funny and thought-provoking playbook for contemporary families, with more than 200 useful strategies, including: the right way to have family dinner, what your mother never told you about sex (but should have), and why you should always have two women present in difficult conversations…

Guest: Bruce Feiler, New York Times columnist and author of The Secrets of Happy Families: Improve Your Mornings, Rethink Family Dinner, Fight Smarter, Go Out and Play, and Much More
(William Morrow)

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