Classic Cool Meets Some Like IT Hot
March 27, 2015
Hosted by Nina Boski
Joining us is Christine Donovan, who has served as Hotel del Coronado’s Director of Heritage Programs since 1997 and will give us some great insights into the world of 1959 when the film "Some Like It Hot" was filming at the Hotel del Coronado. We also have Kathleen Hughes, an American film, stage, and television actress who was married to esteemed, screenwriter, and film and television producer, Stanley Rubin (Marilyn's 1954 "River of No Return" She was also a co-author of "Tales of Casting Couch" a time when old Hollywood was still run by the by the studios and the casting couch was in full use! Then later in the hour, we have Deana Martin with us and she will be talking old Hollywood, her Dad, Dean Martin and Marilyn and we'll hear what she has been up to in her career. She is also the author of the book, "Memories Are Made of This, that talks about what it was like being Dean Martin's daughter. All coming up in Classic Cool Meets Some Like it Hot!
Goodnight Marilyn Radio: The Investigation. The Life. The Movie
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The morning of August 5, 1962, the world awoke to the shocking news: Marilyn Monroe found dead. The circumstances surrounding her death has become one of the most debated conspiracy theories in history. Was it an accident, or something more? Whom did she call? What really happened that fateful night in her Brentwood home?
Now, for the first time in radio history, host Nina Boski will start to examine the life and death of Marilyn Monroe and give you a firsthand look into the feature film, “Goodnight Marilyn” as it goes into production. The radio show also highlights the star’s life, what really made her “twinkle" so bright, and why she is more popular today than ever. Goodnight Marilyn Radio will also delve into the death of Marilyn as we uncover fact from fiction, separating probable theory from outlandish rumor as we hear from the authors, the investigators and the experts who can shed some light of what really happened to the star that haunting night back in 1962.
Nina is an entertainment and media executive, radio and TV host, coach, author, facilitator and entrepreneur.
Getting her start in radio, Nina expanded into many areas of media. As an entertainment and lifestyle expert, Nina was a TV correspondent for the Hallmark Channel’s “New Morning” show, as well as LIME’s Healthy Living Channel (now GAIAM TV). She has also been on air on Lifetime TV as well as the WE network interviewing celebrities for entertainment features.
Nina currently hosts her own radio show and has aired LifeBites radio on Sirius Satellite Radio and AOL Radio, and is a main contributor for Positively Positive, the inspirational social media smash with over two million followers, and Australia’s Make the World Move. More recently she hosted and produced a weekly TV show on emPOWERme TV called “LifeBites LIVE!”
Nina’s passion for life is evident the moment she walks into a room. With a unique combination of self-help and entertainment, she combines her media world with helping people and transforming people’s lives. She is also the co-author of a book for women, called the “Spirit of Women Entrepreneurs” as well as her new co-authored book, “The Change.” Her media savvy and experience has earned her a loyal following and national and international recognition as a lifestyle and entertainment host and coach. Nina is also producing her first feature film, “Goodnight Marilyn.”