Garrett Morris: The original Saturday Night Live cast member, who went on to land roles on Martin and The Jamie Foxx Show, sits down with Your View on Life host ReTina Broussard to fill us in on his upcoming CBS sitcom, Two Broke Girls, about an economic odd-couple pairing.
Walt Frazier: The legendary NBA point guard who, in 1970 and 1973, led the Knicks to their only two championships—and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1987—chats with Teen Groove on the Move host Lenore Luca about the current hoops season, as well as his family life.
Lisa Lampanelli: Comedy’s Queen of Mean, who killed in flicks like Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector and Drillbit Taylor, drops in on Night Views Radio host Robert Saul to brag about her Comedy Central special, Tough Love, which premieres Sunday at 9pm ET
Dylan Ratigan: The MSNBC host, who also writes regularly for The Huffington Post and produces his own podcast, Radio Free Dylan, sits down with Mr. Media host Bob Andelman to preview his upcoming book, which is tentatively titled Greedy Bastards.
Kate Linder: The actress who has played Esther Valentine on The Young and the Restless since 1973, chats with Variety Topics host Sonia Fitch about her role opposite Maggie Gyllenhaal and Rupert Everett in the upcoming flick Hysteria, a romantic comedy about the invention of the vibrator.
Josh Strickland: The contestant from Season 2 of American Idol, who went on to play the title role in Disney’s Tarzan on Broadway, stops by Buzzworthy Radio to chat with host NaVell Lee about his work opposite Holly Madison on the popular E! reality series Holly’s World.
Doug Williams: The funnyman who has appeared in flicks like The Nutty Professor and TV series like The Bernie Mac Show drops in on The J-Ril Show host Jeff Riley to chat about Domestic Doug, the sitcom he’s developing about a comedian (much like himself) trying to make it in Hollywood.
Chat Mingkwan: The owner of San Francisco’s Unusual Touch Cooking School, whose latest cookbook, Asian Fusion, focuses on vegan translations of signature dishes from all corners of the Asian continent, talks with The Jazzy Vegetarian host Laura Theodore about his favorite recipes.
Natasha Hastings: The 2011 USA Indoor 400m champion and 2008 Olympic gold medalist in the women’s 4 x 400m relay team sits down with the Get Up Show host Chris LaMonica to chat about her plans for the forthcoming World Championships, and 2012 Olympic Games in London.