TV Talk Today: Friday’s chat-show lineups

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A selection of guests scheduled on today’s talk shows:

“Live With Regis And Kelly” (9 a.m., Channel 9): Comedian Larry the Cable Guy; musician Kelly Clarkson.

“The View” (10 a.m., Channel 7) “Brothers & Sisters” stars Sally Field and Calista Flockhart; “The Hills” stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt.

“The Bonnie Hunt Show” (2 p.m., Channel 5): Actor Bryan Cranston; “Race to Witch Mountain” stars Annasophia Robb and Alexander Ludwig.

“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” (3 p.m., Channel 5) Actor Dwayne Johnson; actress Elle Fanning.

“Larry King Live” (8 p.m., CNN) TV host Jimmy Fallon.

“Real Time With Bill Maher” (10 p.m., HBO) Comedian Sarah Silverman; sociologist Michael Eric Dyson.

“Late Show With David Letterman” (10:35 p.m., Channel 2) Actor Will Ferrell; music group Cursive.

“The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (10:35 p.m., Channel 5) “American Idol” judge Kara DioGuardi; musician Randy Travis.

“Charlie Rose” (11 p.m., Channel 20) U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

“Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” (11:35 p.m., Channel 2) Actress Christina Ricci; comedian Mike Birbiglia.

“Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” (11:35 p.m., Channel 5) Comedian Tracy Morgan; animal expert Jarod Miller; musician Trace Adkins.

“Jimmy Kimmel Live” (12:05 a.m., Channel 7) Actor Dwayne Johnson; actress Kristin Stewart; musician the Dream.

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