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ICONS Radio Hour is hosted by writer/director John Mulholland. Each week, John interviews those who know classic Hollywood best - actors, writers, directors, producers, and their colleagues, family and friends.

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John Mulholland is a writer, director, and film historian best known for his documentary films. He is also a writer of books, screenplays, articles, and a popular lecturer and podcast host. His work includes the documentaries Elmore Leonard: But Don’t Try to Write; Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen a film that explores the 20-year friendship between three-time Academy Award-winning actor Gary Cooper and Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway – a New York Times Critics Pick; Sergeant York: Of God and Country narrated by Liam Neeson; Liza Minnelli Reflecting; Reflections on Gaslight; Charles Dickens and ‘A Christmas Carol’; The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh and Theo Van Gogh; On Macbeth; Eastern European Composers; The Lake Poets; and the soon to be released documentary Inside High Noon: the Making of the 1952 Film High Noon.

Richard Zampella has Produced & Edited numerous documentaries that have appeared on American Public Television. Projects include:Inside High Noon (Narrated by Matthew Rhys), Elmore Leonard: But Don’t Try to Write, (Narrated by Campbell Scott) Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen, Written and Directed by John Mulholland, with narration by Sam Waterson and Sergeant York: Of God and Country, narrated by Liam Neeson. Other notable Zampella production credits include Duke Ellington, a documentary tribute released on April 29, 2009, the 110th birthday of the jazz great and a date designated as “Duke Ellington Day” by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Zampella is also a photographer and writer and received a CNN “Editor’s Pic” for his photo essay and article on the September 11th terrorist bombing of the Twin Towers in New York City.