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?brbr
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.
American Icon: Marilyn Monroe
American Icon tells the story of an ICONS's life from the perspective of mental illness and addiction with the objective of inspiring and expanding their legacy to a place of purpose and regained passion.
The Moment of Truth
As the last show of the season, it is action packed! The panel recaps the last several weeks of shows as well as the season.
COOL CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD
The conversation heats up as we finish the REELZ breakdown of TV shows - What is Fact, What is Fiction?
The REELZ DEAL
The panel will break down the latest REELZ channel TV shows that aired about Marilyn this past weekend (5/28) and FRONT PAGE articles that are filled with all rumors and little substantiated facts.
Encore: Life After Marilyn - Part One
REBROADCAST 9-11-15, As we start to breakdown more of the 1982 DA report, not a lot of interviews and evidence were conducted around Bobby Kennedy being in LA the night Marilyn died.
Fact, Fiction, The Housekeeper and The Mob
This week the panel is back as host, Nina Boski and the panel (Gary Vitacco Robles, Leslie Kasperowicz and Marijane Gray) continue the conversation on the doctor's responsibility into the death of Marilyn.
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Sorta worth the slog through?
If you can stomach host Nina Boski’s utter babble, then you will find a number of worthwhile gems in the guests she has on the podcast—they’re today’s leading Marilyn Monroe historians who thankfully don’t engage in all the silly and unsubstantiated JFK/RFK/Mafia/Fidel Castro conspiracy theories. The downside is that Boski doesn’t let them talk long enough and we have to suffer through her incessant prattle. I’m giving the podcast 5 stars for the “concept” and for her guests— I just wish we could have heard more from THEM and not her. And the poor “expert” doctor who was a guest on one episode—Dr. Cyril Wecht—was just a rambling, unintelligible bore. He made me long for Boski’s blatherings.
Nina is a great host. Love the panel. It’s finally great to have a show that sticks to the facts. Marilyn would be proud!
DO MORE SHOWS LIKE THESE!!!
I LOVE THAT THIS RADIO SHOW IS AVAILABLE TO LISTEN TO (PODCAST). NINA SHOULD HAVE A REGULAR SHOW!!! :)