Landry Fields: The NY Knicks’ new shooting guard—who set career highs in scoring and rebounding on opening night—chats with The Knicks Blog host Anthony “Rice Balls” Donahue about the current hoops season (and about that NY Jets loss). Plus: An A-list director pays a surprise visit.
Margot Kidder: The actress who played Lois Lane opposite the late Christopher Reeve’s Clark Kent in the Superman franchise stops by Movie Geeks United to talk with hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis about her latest flick, a psychological thriller titled Love at First Kill.
Deborah Gibson: The pop star who, at age 17, became the youngest artist to write, produce, and perform a No. 1 single—Foolish Beat—drops in on Film Festival Radio to chat with host Janice Malone about her upcoming Syfy flick Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, co-starring fellow former teen idol Tiffany.
Drew Seeley & Matt Bush: The stars of Glory Daze—which follows a group of college freshmen who pledge an Animal House-like frat during the ‘80s—drop in on The VRO’s Amy McCracken and her coven of co-hosts to chat about the TBS sitcom, and to riff on their own undergrad exploits.
Donny Deutsch: The former host of CNBC’s The Big Idea, who sold his family’s Madison Avenue ad agency to Interpublic in 2000 for $265 million, stops by to fill us in on his new media venture, as host of Bravo’s new relationship-advice show, Love Calling.
Deepak Chopra: Do your New Year’s resolutions include feeling healthier, more energetic and balanced? Chopra Center Radio host davidji is joined by Deepak Chopra, who’ll lead you in a guided meditation for achieving your goals. Plus: The center’s medical director, Valencia Porter, M.D.
Rita Cosby: The former Fox News Channel and MSNBC host, who now serves as a correspondent for Inside Edition, drops in on Tomatoes in the Trenches to talk with host Cheryl Benton about her memoir, Quiet Hero: Secrets from My Father’s Past.
Oren Katzeff: The vice president of Cracked.com sits down with Night Views Radio host Robert Saul to fill us in on the humor site’s new book, You Might Be A Zombie, And Other Bad News, which film critic Roger Ebert has hailed as “Smart, funny, and cool.”
Darryl McDaniels: The founding member of Run-DMC, who scored two No. 1 albums during the ‘80s and ‘90s—Raising Hell and Down with the King—joins The Sopranos casting director Sheila Jaffe on Beyond Expectations to discuss growing up in an adoptive family.
Marlene Chism: The author of the new book Stop Workplace Drama: Train Your Team to Have No Complaints, No Excuses, and No Regrets drops in on host Jon Hansen to fill us in on how corporate staffers can do precisely that, while motivating the entire workforce.