March 4 2013 Talk Shows
On March 4 talk shows, Marlee Matlin talked about her groundbreaking episode of Switched At Birth, The Doctors gave advice on longevity, and 60 Minutes explored suicide among veterans. Here are some highlighted segments.
GMA: Marlee Matlin Switched At Birth American Sign Language Episode
Deaf actress Marlee Matlin was on Good Morning America to talk about a landmark episode of her ABC Family drama, Switched At Birth. The entire show is being done in American Sign Language (ASL), and the program has always handled the subject of hearing-impaired characters carefully. Find out what Matlin had to say.
The Doctors: How Oversleeping, Early Retirement Can Shorten Life Span
The Doctors talked about surprising factors that could have an effect on how long you live. Would you ever guess that sleeping too much or retiring early can have a negative effect on your longevity?
60 Minutes: Clay Hunt Veterans Suicide, Team Rubicon & Ride 2 Recovery
60 Minutes looked at the epidemic of veterans committing suicide, and organizations designed to help service members cope when they return to life at home, such as Ride 2 Recovery and Team Rubicon.
Today Show: Paul Rudd Admission Review & Anchorman 2 Starts Shooting
From the new movie Admission, Paul Rudd was on the Today Show. He also talked about the long-awaited sequel, Anchorman 2, which is about to start production. I’m sure fans of the movie cannot wait.
Kelly & Michael: Matthew Fox “Alex Cross” Weight Loss & “Emperor”
From the new movie Alex Cross, find out how action star Matthew Fox got in shape for his role. Next up is his movie Emperor, which explores life in Japan after World War II, a period that is not often studied in history.
Talk Show Recaps: March 4 2013
- 60 Minutes: Chinese Real Estate Bubble
- Good Morning America: Taye Diggs
- Today Show: Assisted Living CPR
- Kelly & Michael: Zosia Mamet
- The Doctors: Dana Delany
- The Chew: One Pot Wonders
- Ellen: Ellie Kemper
- Dr Oz: Monk Fruit
- Kathie Lee & Hoda: Chelsea Handler
- The Talk: Leeza Gibbons
- The View: Regis Philbin