--Bob Michaels, Palm Beach Post.
--Madolyn Lamb, Baton-Rouge (La.) State Times.
--Mike Drew, Milwaukee Journal.
--Nancy Anderson, Copley Syndicate.
--Ron Clarke, Reuters News Service.
--Chris Preimesberger, Palo Alto Peninsula Times Tribune.
--Benjamin Morrison, New Orleans Times-Picayune.
--Julia Keller, Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch.
--The Business of Film, a Hollywood trade paper.
--Evan Levine and Paul Eli, United Media Syndicate (yes, she talked from two folks from the same service; the articles will be "packaged").
--Frank Sanello, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Syndicate.
--Kay Gardella, New York Daily News.
--Lela Davis, Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise Journal.
--Rick Kennedy, Cincinnati Post.
--Candy Justice, Cineman Syndicate, Memphis.
--Pat Sellers, Toronto Star magazine.
--Tony Gentile, Total Television.
--Shirley Eder, Detroit Free-Press.
--Amy Burger, Woman's World.
--Westwood One Radio.
--Cutler Radio Syndicate.
--Marilyn Beck, syndicated Hollywood columnist.
In-person interviews with:
--Dave Kaufman, Daily Variety.
--Jeffrey Jolson-Colburn, Hollywood Reporter.
--Jerry Buck, Associated Press.
--Vernon Scott, United Press International.
--Barry Koltnow, Orange County Register.
--Bonnie Churchill, Churchill Syndicate (she came to Raffin's house).
--Luaine Lee, Pasadena Star-News (and Knight-Ridder Syndicate).
--Rena Le Blanc, Woman's World.
Magazine interviews with:
--Good Housekeeping (her 14th cover for the magazine).
--Andy Meisler, TV Guide, for an item on the Insider pages.
--New York magazine.
--Redbook, the cover.
--Madonna Benjamin, Britain's Vogue.
--Jan Vanell, Tour and Travel News.
--United Airlines magazine.
--Dave Deaton, Adventure Magazine, Atlanta.
An 8-city, 10-day promotional tour to:
Cleveland, to be interviewed by:
--WKYC-TV's Channel 3 news, plus entertainment reporter Jim Hooley.
--Merle Poolis show on radio WERE-FM.
--Lunch with Dave Glazier, a syndicated reporter for several Ohio papers.
Dallas, for the following:
--The Ron Chapman show, radio KVIL.
--Breakfast with the sales staff of KXAS-TV, an NBC affiliate.
--Interview with Ed Bark, Dallas Morning News.
--Interview with Charles Parkhill, KRLD radio.
--Live with reporter Bobbie Wygant on the noon news, KXAS-TV.
--Lunch with Rick Schrand, KXAS-TV special producer for advertising and promotion.
Fort Worth, for:
--Interview with Art Chapman, Fort Worth Star Telegram.
--A meeting with station management, KXAS-TV.
--On-camera promos and voice-over radio tags for "Noble House" . . . a la, "Hi, this is Deborah Raffin, inviting you to watch (guess what)."
--Also on-camera public service announcement spots for the Volunteer Connection and Project Graduation, local charities.
--Dinner with ad clients of KXAS-TV (they bought time during "Noble House").
Atlanta, for the following:
--An interview with Jim Osterman, Creative Loafing magazine.
--Live on Randy Miller radio show on WZGC.
--Live on the noon news, WXIA-TV.
--Appeared in an extensive group of on-air promos for "Noble House."
--An interview with Trudy Haynes, noon news, KYW-TV.
--Phone interview with Bill Browski, Bucks County Courier Times.
--Interview on "Time Out with Bill Boggs," KYW-TV.
--Taped on-camera "wraparounds" for "PM Magazine" with Philadelphia hosts Ray Murray and Nancy Glass.
--Press luncheon with reporters from the Philadelphia Daily News, Trenton Times, Allentown Chronicle, Philadelphia Inquirer, Wilmington News Journal, Pottstown Mercury and (phew!) KYW news radio.
New York's schedule:
--Associated Press radio.
--Dinner with New York columnist Cindy Adams (Adams brought her husband; Raffin brought her producer-husband, Michael Viner).
--Interview with Murray Povich on the syndicated "Current Event."
--Meeting with Harper's Bazaar, to discuss something for further down the road.
--Interview on "The Today Show."
--Interview on "Live at 5."
--Interview on "CNN."
--Interview on "Attitudes," a talk show on the Lifetime cable.
Boston, for interviews:
--Live on WBZ-TV's "People Are Talking."
--Taped several interviews to run during WBZ-TV 5:30 newscasts.
--Interview with WXKS radio.
Chicago, for interviews:
--Live on WMAQ radio.
--Interview with WGN radio's Wally Phillips show.
--Lunch with Phillips and Ann Gerber, Chicago Sun-Times.
--On-camera interview with Norman Marks of WMAQ-TV, to run on the local newscast after the airing of "Noble House" ("Meet Deborah Raffin, after the movie. . . ."). Marks visited Los Angeles earlier to interview Raffin in her home; those spots have already aired.
But wait . . . there are still those satellite interviews she's set to do for next week.
In case anybody missed her, she's taken out ads in the Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety.