Tito Jackson: The original Jackson 5 member opens up about losing brother Michael. “It still kills me every day,” he tells Rhythmic Talk host Justin Kantor of the late King of Pop. “You see fans who recognize you and give you their condolences still. I hear it every day—two and three times a day. Or you’ll see Michael on a news clip or in a newspaper or hear one of his songs on the radio. So it’s hard not to remember him every day, remembering what happened to him more than anything else. It’s hard. Micheal had heard [my album] So Far So Good right before he passed away. My sons had played it for him—because they produced and wrote it—and he was very proud of it and excited about the project. And that’s why I named it that title. He would have wanted me to finish this project.”
Japan: Disaster Update: Columbia Journalism School alumni deliver the latest on the aftermath of the tsunami and earthquake—as well as nuclear crisis—that’s devastated Japan. Guests include Alexandra Poolos, producer for CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, and Takahashi Kosuke of Asia Times Online.
Devin DeVasquez: The wife of Ronn Moss, who plays Ridge Forrester on CBS’ The Bold and The Beautiful, sits down with Your Mental Health host Jacqueline Foreman to chat about her past career as a pin-up model, and current career as an entrepreneur with her own line of spices.
Andy Rathbone: The world’s best-selling reference series marks its 20th anniversary by bringing you interviews with many of its most popular authors, including Andy Rathbone, who has penned all editions of Windows For Dummies, which have sold more than 7.6 million copies.
The Whispers: The R&B dance band, who charted throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s with hits like And the Beat Goes On, Rock Steady and In Love Forever, drops in on The Love Zone USA to update us on their upcoming appearances and reminisce about their career.
Bob Levitus: often referred to as “Dr. Mac,” is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on all things Apple and he has been one of the Mac community’s most trusted gurus for more than twenty years. His most recent titles include: iPhone For Dummies, 3rd Edition, Mac OS X Snow Leopard For Dummies, and Office 2008 for Mac For Dummies. Bob is currently a columnist for the Houston Chronicle, penning the popular Dr. Mac column every Tuesday. He is also a columnist for The Mac Observer.