FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 2015 (6pm ET/3pm PT). A new season of Kroll Call is back with new guests and new topics. One of the stars of CBS’s Life in Pieces, Riley Bodenstab, digital artist Christopher Shy, and the woman behind the lifesaving Miracle Flights for Kids, Ann D. McGee, join us for our first show of the new season. Kroll Call is hosted by Dan J Kroll.
Did you miss us? Well, we’re back and kicking off the second season of Kroll Call with a little talk about television, art, and making a difference.
Kentucky-born Christopher Shy is a writer and self-taught artist. His first published work came at the age of sixteen, and he later emerged as a leading figure of this groundbreaking new medium of digital art. Shy later went on to cofound Ronin Arts and Artemis Publishing, as well as Blackwatch Comics with Michael Easton, with whom he also collaborated on the critically-acclaimed Soul Stealer trilogy. He has worked with DC Comics, Dark Horse, and Marvel comics and just released Silent Leaves; Man to Leaves, the second installment to his bestselling series. His latest book is I Sleep in Stone.
Actor Riley Bodenstab may have first crossed the radar of TV viewers for his role as Cole Hines on NBC’s Days of our Lives. This fall, Riley transitions from soapy drama to Monday night comedy on CBS’s new series Life in Pieces. He’ll offer a sneak peek at what’s ahead and share some of the details of his other projects.
We first learned about Miracle Flights for Kids earlier this summer when the women of Savvy Traveler dropped by Kroll Call. Now, we’ve invited the amazing Ann D. McGee to tell her story of how she started Miracle Flights and her belief that money should never stand in the way of children getting access to the best possible medical treatment.
Kroll Call airs every Friday at 6pm Eastern/3pm Pacific, and anytime on demand at krollcall.com. Free podcast downloads are available on iTunes and the Voice America Talk Radio Network. Kroll Call is hosted by Internet pioneer and personality Dan J Kroll, who developed the most widely read soap opera web site, soapcentral.com — a site that has been going strong since 1995.