Peter Biddle: Intel’s general manager, who leads the tech giant’s AppUp Products and Services Group, kicks off the maiden edition of Atom Mashing Radio with a visit from Gaikai.com’s David Perry, who’ll update us on the hottest gaming news.
Russell Crowe: The Oscar champ—whose new flick, The Next Three Days, tells the story of a husband whose wife is accused of murder—weighs in on his commitment to real-life spouse Danielle Spencer. “I would do anything for my wife,” he tells Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon.
Sasha Cohen: Three-time world champion figure skater—who snagged a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy—stops by Film Festival Radio to fill host Janice Malone in on the 2-hour Cold-EEZE Improv Ice show, airing today at 4pm ET on NBC.
Ben Gordon: The British-American NBA guard chills with The NBA Breakdown’s Audley Stephenson and Dave Mendonca while chatting about his sharp-shooting days with the Bulls, and the Pistons’ meltdown last season—and what his current team has to do now to get back on track.
Jerry Trainor: The actor who plays Spencer Shay on iCarly—and whose character squares off against guest star Jack Black on tonight’s episode of the Nick series, titled iStart A Fan War—joins Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum live from the campus of New York University.
Alana Stewart: The ex-wife of George Hamilton and Rod Stewart, who paid tribute to the late Farrah Fawcett in her best-selling memoir My Journey with Farrah and in the NBC documentary Farrah’s Story, chats with Best Ever You about staying young—and pursuing your dreams—at any age.
Clinton Kelly: The co-host of TLC’s What Not to Wear returns to The Feisty Side of Fifty. This time, Clinton offers fashion and entertainment tips for the holiday season. “You know how much fun this guy can be,” says host Eileen Williams. “He makes all things merry and chic!”
Kel Mitchell: The former teen idol, who made his name as a member of Nick’s All That cast—and went on to star in Good Burger—hangs with Life After Dusk’s Cedric “Ceddy J” Collier. Kel will chat about his role opposite Vivica Fox in the upcoming flick Caught on Tape.
Phylicia Rashad: The Cosby Show—and For Colored Girls—star, who last year appeared on Broadway in the Tracy Letts drama, August: Osage County, drops in on Harlem Talk Radio to participate in its “World of Black Theater” series, hosted by correspondent Ben Oduro.
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.