Donald Rumsfeld: The former US Secretary of Defense chats with Accuracy In Media about his new memoir, Known and Unknown, about which The Economist has written, “The reason why this book is still a good read is the extraordinary amount that the author has contrived to pack into his life.”
Jane Velez-Mitchell: The HLN anchor, whose show focuses on high-profile homicides, cold cases and other hot topics, drops in on Gab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett to chat about her new book, Addict Nation, about which Joy Behar says, “I think I’m hooked. But in a good way.”
Tony Horn: Tru TV’s senior VP drops in on Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum to chat about the network’s new reality series Hardcore Pawn. Plus: BabyFirst TV co-founder Sharon Rechter, and Doggie Moms creators Elsa Lai and Brook Jones.
Wendy Williams: The Queen of All Media reflects on winning the Thurgood Marshall Prestige Award. “It means a lot, as a woman, to be recognized in a leadership capacity,” she says. “It’s nothing that I set out to do—be some sort of role model… But boy, oh, boy, is it nice when it happens!”
Tad Robinson: The soul crooner, who has been nominated for 3 Blues Music Awards, sits down with Icon Fetch host Tony Peters to chat about his latest CD, Back in Style, which harkens back to the glory days of R&B, and about his musical roots.