Arts, entertainment, and crucial current events are explored on this multi award-winning chat series hosted by award-winning actor/filmmaker Robert X. Golphin ("The Great Debaters"). Theme Song ("UNI") by recording artist Brian McKnight, Jr Produced by: Gail Y. Bennett, Robert X. Golphin Special Thanks: SAG-AFTRA Best TV Host - WINNER Best Director for a TV Series - Robert X. Golphin - WINNER Best Soundtrack - “UNI” - Brian McKnight, Jr - WINNER Best Series - NOMINEE Best Reality Series or Podcast - NOMINEE Official Website: https://www.robertxgolphin.com/rxg-exclusives-talk-show
Margarita Monet, founding member/lead vocalist of Edge of Paradise, spills on her passion for the arts, making conscious hard rock and heavy metal, and artificial intelligence.
The episode also marks an epic reunion for award-winning actor and host Robert X. Golphin and Monet, who both starred in “The Storm: An Original Pop Rock Musical”.
Monet/Paradise’s new album, "Hologram”, drops on July 14.
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Award-Winning actor and host Robert X. Golphin welcomes his cousin to the program.
Pheralyn "Lady" Dove is a creative powerhouse, embracing her roles as a performance poet, author, painter, photographer, journalist, and educator. She guides viewers on a path of emotional healing and reminds them of the incredible impact words can have. Drawing inspiration from remarkable individuals, Dove also pays homage to the li...
Brian McKnight, Jr. (recording and touring artist, author, and actor), is the award-winning musical voice of this series, and co-starred in award-winning actor and show host Robert X. Golphin's feature-length HBCU comedy, "Freshman Friday".
McKnight Jr. opens up about his personal journey, artistic career, and the powerful legacy he's building. He also shares his perspective on family and fatherhood, society...
Special Guest Host Lady J (Host of Lady J's Montage) welcomes entertainment entrepreneur, TV producer and author Ryan Glen. Glen spills the tea about creating popular board games and apps like UnWord, writing a powerful novel about survival, and how he navigates multiple creative business ventures.
On Season 3, Episode 2: Award-Winning Actor Robert X. Golphin welcomes U.S. Army veteran and author S. Denice Newton.
Newton, also an educator and radio host, shares her passionate perspective on individuality vs. community, extremism in the military, gun violence in America, and the youth generation. She also dishes about her prolific writing career.
Programming Note: The theme song, "UNI", is performed and co...
On the Season 3 Premiere, Award-Winning Actor Robert X. Golphin and House Music icon Julie McKnight discuss her upcoming memoir, "Mama Bear".
The former wife of R&B music icon Brian McKnight also shares her perspective on motherhood & raising children in a celebrity family, touring world stages, and finding herself.
Programming Note: The theme song, "UNI", is performed and composed by award-wi...
"RXG: Exclusives" presents a throwback interview conducted by then kid-journalist Robert X. Golphin with actor Kevin Bacon and his father, the late famed Philadelphia architect Edmund Bacon at a film festival.
Actor, award-winning TV personality, and model Robert Shearn III (TLC's "My Feet Are Killing Me") shares with award-winning actor Robert X. Golphin how Shearn's feet made Shearn a TV star and why being a nudist isn't about what society alleges.
This episode is titled “Being Free".
Entertainer and arts educator Karen Murdock offers her perspective on LGBT+ representation on screen and in schools, nurturing youth in the arts, her passion for song, and her process as an actor.
This episode is titled “Just Me And A Song".
Emmy award-winning NBC Philadelphia producer and award-winning screenwriter David Chang shares how journalism, race and religion have shaped his writing career. He also offers advice for those who wish to follow in his literary footsteps.
This episode is titled “The First Draft Is Easy".
Actor, screenwriter, director and mental health advocate Shaun Rylee ("You Don't Deserve This", "Question Everything"), chats with multi award-winning actor/director Robert X. Golphin about making intuitive and intentional cinema, collaboration and connection, and much more.
This episode is titled “My Stories Don't End".
Amid the close of Pride Month, nonbinary and transgender actor Bryson Quinn ("The Addams Family 2") discusses his and host Robert X. Golphin's award-winning film ("How To Tie A Tie"), Bryson's life and artistry, and LGBTQIA+ representation in the entertainment industry.
This episode is titled “The Vulnerable Me".
Multi award-winning actor Robert X. Golphin sits down with critically acclaimed thespian Lanette King (KC Black Repertory Theatre) to discuss her journey of following her dreams while parenting, being the product of an historically black college (Saint Augustine's University), relocating to Atlanta for her career and more.
This episode is titled “Time To Live".
Actor-model-student Cory Terrell ("Lotus and The Unlikely Crew") chats with Actor-Filmmaker Robert X. Golphin about LGBTQIA representation in TV and film, COVID-19, BLM, autism, and more. Terrell also serves as the cover model for Robert's novella, "Cold Night In A Warm Season".
This episode is titled “How to be good out there".
Actor and award-winning filmmaker Brandon E. Brooks ("Not For Nothing") joins award-winning actor/filmmaker Robert X. Golphin to discuss Brandon's prolific career in the independent film industry. They also discuss the horror genre and remember the life of their dear friend and creative partner (Brian L. Jones) in a half hour special edition that should inspire viewers to pursue their dreams relentlessly and congratulate themselves...
Award-winning actor Robert X. Golphin is joined by award-winning filmmaker Jillian Bullock ("A Cup Full of Crazy"), who shares what it was like to grow up the child of a mafioso, overcoming adversity, healthy living, and making movies with a message.
This episode is titled “How I Carry Myself".
Talia Mayden ("Prettiest Girl In LA"), a socially conscious singer/songwriter and filmmaker-photographer, shares her perspective on making music with a message, collaborating with Sundance award-winning filmmaker Giselle Bonilla, and redefining country music.
This episode is titled “Living, Breathing Disgusting Humans".
Award-winning actor/filmmaker and educator Shreco Bakari ("The Ominous Universe", "Urban Princess: The Power of Choice") chats with award-winning actor/filmmaker Robert X. Golphin about producing found-footage horror films, being black and bisexual, reevaluating personal and professional relationships, and self-love.
This episode is titled “The Things That Matter".
Educational rapper, TV Host, and author Lady J ("Lady J's Montage") performs, and also dishes about her unique way of connecting with young people through original hip-hop music and literature.
This episode is titled “The Lady With Lots Of Heart".
Atlanta based actor/director Sean M. Dale and award-winning actor Robert X. Golphin discuss the craft of acting, screen and stage work in the UK vs. U.S., having a supportive partner, and controlling one's life and career.
This episode is titled “Big and Bombastic".
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