Mo’Nique: The Mo’Nique Show host dishes about a surprise compliment on her work in last year’s feature flick Precious, for which she won an Oscar. “I turn around and my husband says, ‘Look who’s behind you,’” the superstar tells The NBA Breakdown‘s Audley Stephenson. “It was Sidney Poitier. And he says, ‘Young lady, I did not see one insecure moment in your performance.’ That was priceless coming from him.”
Anthony Anderson: The Law & Order star lets us in on an exclusive piece of sporting news. “This is my word—this is the first time I’m telling anybody this publicly—I will be running in the 2011 New York City Marathon,” Anthony tells Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone.
Phylicia Rashad: The Cosby Show—and For Colored Girls—star, who last year appeared on Broadway in the Tracy Letts drama, August: Osage County, partakes in Harlem Talk Radio’s “The World of Black Theater” series, with correspondent Ben Oduro.
Anoop Desai: The Indian-American pop singer, who made his name on Season 8 of American Idol, stops by Stardish Radio to sample his debut album, All Is Fair, featuring 8 original tracks, including My Name, Not Like This and Lost and Found.
Judge Karen Mills-Francis: The star of the syndicated TV show Judge Karen’s Court— who says that “justice isn’t always black and white”—is back again by popular demand. This time, Judge Karen drops in on Dr. Empowerment’s Larthenia Howard to chat about her new book, Stay in Your Lane.
Brad Roberts: The Crash Test Dummies frontman—who charted in 1993 with the single Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm—drops in on The Worst Show on the Web to chart about the folk rockers’ new album, Oooh La-La, featuring the tracks Paralyzed and Songbird.
Survivor Spotlight: David Hessekiel, president of Cause Marketing Forum, Gayle Sulik, author of Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines Women’s Health, and Naomi Bartley, developer of the iCANcer app for iOS, join Stupid Caner Show host Matthew Zachary.