At 7PM. It’s him! Yes, Tyson Beckford—one of People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People in the World— drops in on Conversations of a Spirited Actor‘s Tracey Moore to give us the latest on Season 2 of the Bravo reality series Make Me a Supermodel, which he hosts with fellow hottie Niki Taylor.
On Demand Johnny Depp may be a top box-office draw, but that doesn’t mean he’s above supporting the work of lesser-known artists—albeit as his alter-ego. While Xany Rudoff —from whom he recently commissioned a portrait of Keith Richards—was being interviewed on Red Velvet Media, Johnny called in as “Vic.”
At 8:30 AM Stardish Radio host Jo Ann Kubasek sits down with NBC News correspondent Kate Snow, who, tonight on Dateline, reports from inside the family circle of 7-year-old Kyron Horman, who vanished June 4 from his Portland, Ore., school after a science fair.
At 2 PM Gab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett is psyched to speak with clinical hypnotherapist Steve G. Jones, who’ll discuss the power of his practice is losing weight, quitting smoking, alleviating anxiety and more. Plus, Steve chats about his celeb clients like Danny Bonaduce (above).
At 6:30 PM Host Deborah E. Lake sits down with Cyrus Nowrasteh, director The Stoning of Soraya M. Based on the book by Freidoune Sahebjam, the acclaimed 2008 feature film tells the story of an Iranian woman falsely accused of adultery—the punishment for which is death by stoning.
At 7 PM Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica mixes it up with professional sprinter Marshevet Myers, who finished No. 5 in the 200-metre race at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Live from Monaco, France, Marshevet will discuss her hopes for making the 2012 Games in London.
At 9 PM Francy and Friends gets up close and personal with Jason Ellis, who competed in Season 7 of Hell’s Kitchen. The Suwannee, Ga., resident—whose signature dish is charcoal-smoked king crab legs with garlic butter—will fill us in on his future culinary endeavors.
At noon Wealthy Sistas host Deborah Hardnett gives it up for entrepreneur and social media strategist Sonya Williams, co-founder of Atlanta-based creative agency, ShockTheory Interactive, whose clients include Burger King, Amtrak, and Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young-adult survivors Katie Jozwicki, a retail business consultant at Chevron, John Sabia, founder of Hillside Media Productions, and Lynn Lane, founder of Voices of Survivors Foundation.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.