Charles S. Dutton: The Roc star, who went on to appear in The L Word and House MD, sits down with Let’s Be Frank host Frank Anderson to discsuss his upcoming one-man show, From Jail to Yale: Doing Time on Stage.
Todd Newton: The host of The Hub Network’s Family Night Game, which features families pitted against one another in life-sized twists on familiar games, drops in on Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum to chat about the outrageous series.
Carmen Balthrop: The Metropolitan Opera soprano sits down with The African American Voice in Classical Music host Patrick D. McCoy to discuss her illustrious career, favorite composers, and her March 26 “Divas Night Out” concert.
Asa Thibodaux: The funnyman (and 3-time cancer survivor) who won Larry King’s “Be the King” contest—and whose Asa the Comic webseries has racked up more than 100 million views—drops in on host Suncera Johnson to chat about his new series, 120 with Asa.
Lolo Jones: The 2010 World Indoor Championship hurdler is just one of 7 track-and-field sensations—David Oliver, Bershawn Jackson, Angelo Taylor, Queen Harrison, Johnny Dutch and Renaldo Nehemiah—featured on Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica’s The Hurdlers Way special.
Barack Obama: America’s first African American commander in chief asks congregations throughout the land for help in reforming health care. “Whenever we’ve sought to change this country for the better,” he says, “there have always been those who wanted to preserve the status quo. These struggles always boil down to a contest between hope and fear.”