Tonight...go on the record...with Greta!
A heartbreaking announcement from actor Charlton Heston today. The Hollywood legend and president of the National Rifle Association has symptoms similar to Alzheimer's disease. The sad news was announced by Heston in a videotaped statement played at a news conference in Beverly Hills, California today.
We'll have complete coverage of this sad news and we'll talk with Fox News Entertainment reporter Bill McCuddy, Celebrity Journalist and Hollywood insider Jeanne Wolf, attorney Bernard Grimm, who has frequently shared his legal expertise with us and tonight will share his personal story of his father's struggle with the disease and Dr. Judith Aronheim, from St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City, who specializes in Geriatric Medicine and who treats patients with Alzheimer's Disease.
Plus, as the inquiry into possible insider trading by Martha Stewart heats up we'll talk with two of our favorite public relations gurus, Fraser Seitel and Eric Dezenhall about how the diva of domesticity should handle an increasingly messy situation that could turn into a very bad thing!
Then, the highs and lows of life in the fast lane for Nascar's superstars... They're fighting each other, their wives and even the media. What's going on?
Finally, the race for District Attorney in a Wisconsin county has turned nasty... and X-Rated. Wait till you hear what's been caught on tape! We'll play it for you tonight.
Don't miss this edition of On the Record!
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Note: Topics and Guests subject to change