First hour: Chris Korman joins Greg Ehrbar for a look at both the DVD release of She-Ra: Princess of Power and the work of such voice artists as George diCenzo, Melendy Britt and Alan Oppenheimer. George diCenzo, Chris’ stepfather, provided voices for many Filmation series, including She-Ra. Also in this hour: Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen remember the premieres of Hill Street Blues, All in the Family and Batman as part of This Week in TV History. Second hour: Ed welcome actress and entrepreneur Jaclyn Smith (Charlie’s Angels, The District), the first celebrity ever to develop her own brand. Every product that Jaclyn has developed reflects her personal values, tastes or a part of her experience, while also meeting the needs of her customers. Topics include how Jaclyn came to build her brand, which now includes the Spencer Layette collection (a line of infant wear that she started with her daughter, Spencer), as well as her line of clothing, furnishings, home products, fabrics, skincare products and wigs. We also discuss some of her TV work, including Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Florence Nightingale, and McCloud, and find out which team she rooted for in last year’s World Series.
Jaclyn Smith recently launched a new line of skincare products (including a day cream and sun block), all of which were designed with anti-aging ingredients with retinol antioxidants and peptides. All seven products in the skincare collection were designed with the help of Jaclyn’s husband, Dr. Brad Allen. To learn more about them, go to JaclynSmithBeauty.com. For more information on the Spencer Layette collection, as well as her upcoming new line of wigs, go to JaclynSmith.com.