At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum whoops it up with funnyman David Steinberg who’s been a TV staple since his first appearance on The Dean Martin Comedy Hour in 1967, before going on to direct such classic series and Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
At 1 PM Ask Mom RN’s Tamara Walker sits down with 7-time NBA All-Star Grant Hill to discuss the dangers of MRSA infections and their increasing prevalence among young athletes. MRSA is, unfortunately, a topic Grant knows too well, having developed the potentially fatal infection in 2003.
At 830 AM Stardish Radio host Jo Ann Kubasek gets up close and personal with Dateline NBC’s Kate Snow, whose latest report—airing tonight at 10 ET—goes inside the world of today’s kids to show how they react in challenging situations when they think their parents aren’t watching.
At 1030 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman conjures up CCH Pounder, who plays Mrs. Irene Frederic on Warehouse 13—and whose life hangs in the balance on tomorrow’s episode of the Syfy series. The familiar face’s other screen credits include Law & Order: SVU and The Shield.
At 8 PM The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary welcomes funny lady Darlene Hunt, who has appeared on such series as Will & Grace and Party of Five and, more recently, created Showtime’s The Big C, starring Laura Linney as a mom whose cancer diagnosis shakes up her life.
At 7 PM Conversations of a Spirited Actor’s Tracey Moore goes one-on-one with Roger Bobb, supervising producer at Tyler Perry Studios, who has helmed such hilarious fare as Madea Goes to Jail, Why Did I Get Married? and I Can Do Bad All by Myself.
At 7 PM Fightin’ Words Radio’s Bobby Carroll kicks it with Jim Lindberg, former frontman for punk-rock band Pennywise. The singer-songwriter will chat about his new band, The Black Pacific, whose debut album drops tomorrow, and features the tracks The System and Kill Your Idols.
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