Tune into my “High Noon” radio program Thursday, July 13, when Carl Reiner, the creator of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and director of numerous film comedies, including such classics as “The Jerk” and “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid,” will be my special guest.
Reiner, 84, we’ll be speaking to us via telephone from California. For those of you who don’t know, “High Noon” is broadcast live from the WVOX radio studio in New Rochelle at 12 noon eastern time and can be found at 1460 on your AM dial.
But here’s the best part: You can listen to the show from anywhere in the world by simply going to your computer keyboard and punching in www.wvox.com.
Fans of Reiner, particularly those who live in New Rochelle, probably know that Reiner lived in the Queen City on Bonnie Meadow Way, which becamse the fictional address for Rob and Laura Petrie. We’ll talk to him about his New Rochelle conncection and more.
Don’t miss this!