Remembering John Ingle, and All My Children, As the World Turns, and Guiding Light memories
September 21, 2012
Hosted by Dan J. Kroll
It's been a somber week for soap fans. On September 16, the daytime community lost General Hospital star John Ingle. Ingle, best known as General Hospital's Edward Quartermaine and for a two-year stint as Mickey Horton on Days of our Lives, had been battling cancer. He was 84. September also brings about the anniversary of the final episodes of All My Children, As the World Turns, and Guiding Light. The three soaps combined for more than 160 years of television history, and we're honoring that history by allowing fans to talk about what made those three shows so special. This week's Soap Central Live is all about reminiscing and sharing memories. Fans are invited to call in and talk about their favorite Edward Quartermaine moments, or to talk about favorite moments from one of their canceled soaps.
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Hosted by Dan J Kroll, KROLL CALL is a weekly, multi-platform infotainment show that features everything from celebrity interviews to expert advice. Listen to fun and engaging interviews with your favorite stars of film, television, and music, and then stick around for expert advice and tips on topics ranging from parenting to relationships, fashion trends to saving money, food to workouts, and more. KROLL CALL also allows the audience to become part of the show and come away with not just a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to talk to their favorite stars, but also the chance to receive a makeover, incredible advice, or some amazing surprise gifts. The show will also feature video clips to help listeners delve even further into detail on each episode’s topics.
Dan J. Kroll
For more than 15 years, Dan J Kroll has been covering the ins and outs, and the ups and downs of your favorite soaps on the soapcentral.com web site. Now, he’s taking those experiences and bringing them to you every week on Soap Central Live.
Dan has had the opportunity to talk to the biggest names in daytime and he’s gone behind-the-scenes of all your favorite shows. When the stars have something to say, you can be sure that Dan is there to get you, the soap fans, the whole story – it isn’t just about being first, it’s about being fair and accurate.
When media outlets need a soap expert, they call on Dan. Because more than just being someone who talks about the soaps, Dan truly is a soap fan. Mixing praise, critique, and laughs, Dan provides the perfect way for soap fans to wrap up the work week and kick-off the weekend.