Marcus Stroud on the Bottom Line Sports Show, 9:00pm ET
The Buffalo Bills All-Pro defensive end, who began his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, blocks out some time for The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy to talk about the current gridiron season, and of course the helmet-to-helmet hits issue.
Natasha Alam on World Footprints Radio, 6:00pm ET
The Uzbekistan-born model—whose ex-hubby is the Shah of Iran’s grandson—drops in on World Footprints Radio hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick to chat about her role on HBO’s smash-hit vamp series True Blood. Plus: Canadian classical-pop diva Elizabeth Elming.
Alex Ferrari on with Bett Jo Tucker, 4:00pm ET
The documentary director—whose previous projects have included Daddy’s Home and Broken—stops in to chat about his new short flick, Red Princess Blues. Alex will fill host Betty Jo Tucker in on this story of a teenage girls trapped in an after-hours carnival tent with an evil barker.
Ben Parr on Say it Social,
The self-described “serial web entrepreneur, sci-fi author and aspiring world-changer”—who, by the way, is also co-editor of must-read tech site Mashable—stops by to dish with Say It Social’s Ty Downing about the hottest social-media movers and shakers.
Charles Gasparino on AACONS, 10:00pm ET
The Fox Business Network senior correspondent, who also serves as a columnist for The Daily Beast and Huffington Post, drops in on AACONS’ Marie Stroughter to talk about new book, Bought and Paid For: The Unholy Alliance Between Barack Obama and Wall Street.
Anthony Anderson on Film Festival Radio, 2:00pm ET
The funnyman—whose screen credits run the gamut from The Bernie Mac Show to Martin Scorsese’s The Departed—is joined by R&B diva Angie Stone on a public service campaign to create awareness and encourage treatment of type 2 diabetes among African Americans.