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  • Brendan Thomas interviews Nina, host of the Goodnight show on Sprout for Tampa Bay on Demand, Channel 340 on Brighthouse Networks. He asks her about the Great Sprout Tuck-In, if Sign Language or Spanish was harder to learn, how she feels about kids texting, what her favorite cereal is, and more! Plus live footage of Nina reading to kids. Enjoy Sprout-lets!

    Speaking of love, now it’s on to Nina and the Goodnight Show. Methinks she’s possibly a central American guerilla working to supplant democracy with communism, or she’s an angel from heaven, with a Star that just better back off!


  • The above link is for an online petition to protest PBS and their sudden firing of The Goodnight Show’s Melanie Martinez. Melanie was a good fit for the program but apparently made two 30-second mock PSA’s (public service announcements) before her hiring that dealt with adult topics, namely sex and how to maintain one’s virginity through creative loopholes.

    The Goodnight Show with John Calhoun is definitely modeled on all those familiar late-night talk show formats like Johnny Carson and David Letterman,” Calhoun says. “But ours is unique, in that it features the talent and culture of New Orleans.”

  • It will be a long time before The Goodnight Show with John Calhoun attains nightly status. It's not yet even a weekly occurrence. Too much work for this not-for-profit group. Right now, this New Orleans-looking-at-New Orleans event happens just once a month, with the next one taking place on Wednesday, February 27 at 8 p.m.

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The seventh presentation of The Goodnight Show with John Calhoun will feature guests Karen Gadbois, co-founder of the investigative local news website The Lens, Ronald Lewis of the House of Dance and Feathers, Carl LeBlanc, banjo player with the Preservation Hall Band, and comedian Chris Champagne.