Q. Parker: The former member of 112—that multi-platinum-selling R&B quartet who won a Grammy in 1997 for the single I’ll Be Missing You—drops in on The Mutha Knows Show host Mutha to chat about his debut solo album, which teams him with Nicki Minaj’s producer, Oak Felder.
Evan Lysachek: The foxy Chicago-born figure skater—who snagged a gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver—drops in on Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to fill us in on the Smucker’s Stars on Ice 25th Anniversary Tour special this Saturday on NBC.
Blaine Bishop: The former NFL safety, who played for the Eagles, Titans and Oilers, drops in on the Bottom Line Sports Show to chat with hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy about the road to the Super Bowl. Plus: San Diego Padres second-baseman Orlando Hudson.
The Intruders: The Philly-based soul quartet, who charted with tunes like Cowboys to Girls, When We Get Married and I’ll Always Love My Mama, drop in to chat with EnergyTwist hosts Energy and Sister Cee about their storied career and upcoming musical projects.
Anne Bedain: The Canadian cutie, who has done guest turns on such acclaimed series as Lost, The Closer and Law & Order, sits down with host Olivia Wilder to chat about her recent work with Larry David on the always-hilarious HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Noreaga: The rapper known as N.O.R.E., who’s one-half of the group Capone-N-Noreaga—which charted during the ‘90s with tracks like Illegal Life, Closer and T.O.N.Y.—hangs with host Timothy Hodge while chatting up his upcoming album.
Ava DuVernay: The owner of DVA Media + Marketing, who has worked on the PR campaigns of such flicks as Dreamgirls, Rush Hour 3 and Chris Rock’s Good Hair, chats with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon about her new project, the African-American Film Festival Releasing Market.