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Overnight America Podcast: November 1st, 2013 – Steve Helling, Ed Bark, David Konow, Billy Gardell, Cheffy Baby, Jason Moses

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WHITBY, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 29: Whitby Abbey is illuminated for Whitby's Goth weekend, where night time visitors walk amongst the ruins which inspired Bram Stoker's Dracula while spooky costumed characters bring alive the past, on October 29, 2013, Whitby, England, UK. Picture by Martin Grimes/Getty Images at Whitby Abbey on October 29, 2013 in Whitby, England. (Photo by Martin Grimes/Getty Images for English Heritage)

WHITBY, UNITED KINGDOM – OCTOBER 29: Whitby Abbey is illuminated for Whitby’s Goth weekend, where night time visitors walk amongst the ruins which inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula while spooky costumed characters bring alive the past, on October 29, 2013, Whitby, England, UK. Picture by Martin Grimes/Getty Images at Whitby Abbey on October 29, 2013 in Whitby, England. (Photo by Martin Grimes/Getty Images for English Heritage)

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People Magazine Staffer Steve Helling dropped by to talk about the current issue on newsstands. Find out what Steve had to say about the Royal family and the christening of William and Kate’s baby.

Television Critic Ed Bark sits in each week to talk about the latest in TV programming. This week Ed talks about Showtime’s new program “Time of Death” and what you can expect relating the anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy.

Movie Buff David Konow wrote the book on classic horror films. “Reel Terror: The Scary Bloody Gory Hundred Year History of Classic Horror Films” is available in a book store near you.

Actor Billy Gardell sat down with Jon to talk about his hit show on CBS “Mike and Molly”.

Our favorite chef, Cheffy Baby calls in LIVE each week from Phuket, Thailand to talk about the world of food. Cheffy talks about Ben & Jerry’s new flavor “Scotchy Scotch Scotch” and its launch based on the new Anchorman movie.

Vocalist Jason Moses from the band “Shakazoba” stopped in to talk to Jon about their band being turned down on their gig at Hampshire College. This decision was based on their race and not talent.

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