The Good Girl Revolution


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"Family Matters With Caroline and Jacquie" (WFHM-FM; Cleveland, OH)

07/17/2007 - 15:30
07/17/2007 - 16:00
US/Eastern
WFHM-FM is doing a show about celebrity girls and young women going “wild” (a la Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan) and how those high-profile girls do not represent the norm. They will be speaking with Wendy about Girls Gone Mild. Read more about the show.

WPR-NPR “Conversations with Kathleen Dunn"

07/31/2007 - 11:00
07/31/2007 - 12:00
US/Eastern
Wisconsin Public Radio / NPR interview with Wendy

WTMJ-AM/ “Charlie Sykes Show”

07/09/2007 - 11:00
07/09/2007 - 11:15
Etc/GMT

From Charlie Sykes' bio

Charlie is Wisconsin's most provocative, insightful radio talk show host and challenges conventional wisdom to provide listeners with the other side of the story.  The author of six books, including A Nation of Victims and Dumbing Down Our Kids, Charlie has served Milwaukee as a reporter for the Journal, editor-in-chief of Milwaukee Magazine, lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and special assistant to the county executive.

WMJI-FM/ “Lanigan & Malone Show”

07/05/2007 - 09:10
07/05/2007 - 09:20
Etc/GMT

Jimmy Malone will speak with Wendy on air.

The Lanigan and Malone Show is one of the most popular programs in the Cleveland area. Read more about the show.

The Diane Rehm Show (NPR, WAMU 88.5FM)

07/02/2007 - 11:00
07/02/2007 - 12:00
Etc/GMT

Wendy was interviewed on air by the award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Diane Rehm on her program, the Diane Rehm Show. Listen to the complete interview online.

Each week, more than 1.6 million listeners across the country tune in to the program, which has grown from a small local morning call-in show on Washington's WAMU 88.5 to one of public broadcasting's most-listened-to programs.


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