Award Winning Online Talk Show, Radio Rickshaw welcomes TV's Mark L. Walberg of Antiques Road Show.

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Mark L. Walberg, host of PBS' Antiques Road Show made an appearance on Rickshaw Boy's award winning podcast, Radio Rickshaw. Walberg's appearance on episode 38 is available on iTunes and other popular podcasting software, as well as the Rickshaw Boy website, http://www.rickshawboy.com.

Mark L. Walberg, host of PBS' Antiques Road Show made an appearance on Rickshaw Boy's growing online podcast, Radio Rickshaw. Walberg's appearance on episode 38 is available on iTunes and other popular podcasting software, as well as the Rickshaw Boy website, http://www.rickshawboy.com.

Most recently Mark L .Walberg hosted TBS Superstation's reality-competition series "House Rules." And you might have caught him this past January in the ABC Family Movie of the week "I Want to Marry Ryan Banks." He is also well known to fans of reality television for his hosting work on the popular series "Temptation Island." His other hosting credits include "Russian Roulette," "Anything For Love" and "Test the Nation." Other credits include playing himself on an episode of "Son of the Beach," as well as competing in and winning a celebrity TV host edition of "The Weakest Link."

In the Radio Rickshaw interview, Mark discusses life on television, hosting his own talk show, traveling, working and still maintaining a close family bond with his wife and two children, who he takes camping every year.

Rickshaw Boy is becoming known for providing a relaxed atmosphere for their guests where they are free to discuss more than just their current work, such as Mark's obsession for camping equipment.

To hear this episode, as well as all Radio Rickshaw episodes please visit http://rickshawboy.com.

Radio Rickshaw is an online radio talk show discussing film, television, art, theater, music, beer and more in a fresh, fun way that's easy to relate to. Some other notable guests have included Scott Porter from NBC's "Friday Night Lights", Tod Kimbro a Florida musician and playwright and Terry Olson of the Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission. All of these guests have recognized and appreciated the style in which Radio Rickshaw presents itself: a style that is laid back and unpretentious.

Radio Rickshaw is available for listening via streaming mp3 at http://www.rickshawboy.com, and as a podcast through popular podcasting programs such as iTunes, Juice and Podcastalley.com.

Radio Rickshaw is a production of Rickshaw Boy, a subsidiary of this i dig, inc.

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