At 11 AM Straight Talk’s Melissa Hopkins sits down with Former GOP Majority Leader Tom DeLay—whom the Justice Department cleared of corruption charges this week—for a live, 30-minute review of his case, and the money-laundering charges he still faces in Texas. Tom will take calls.
At 8 PM Flashback host Carey Fisher gets the inside story from Geri Reischl, who subbed for Eve Plumb as Jan Brady in 1977’s Brady Bunch Hour reunion—which TV Guide dubbed one of the 50 Worst Shows of All Time.
At 3 PM Our wOw Effect host, Lesley Stahl, is joined by Peter Martins, artistic director of the New York City Ballet. The Danish-born choreographer discusses working with architect Santiago Calatrava on new ballets marking the 50th anniversary of Lincoln Center.
At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with Sandy Wax, president of PBS KIDS Sprout, the first 24/7 network for kids ages 2 to 5, and their parents. Plus: Graham Clarke of High Noon Entertainment, which produces such realty shows as House Hunters and Cake Boss.
At 10 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman” gets up close and personal with Paula Garces, host of The mun2 Look on Telemundo’s mun2 cable net, which takes a look at the raw, edgy trends inspired by today’s Latino lifestyle—and making their mark on runways the world over.
On Demand: Host Andrea Shea King welcomes Florida Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCalister, who vows to crack down Arizona-like on illegal immigrants. “You have to deport them or detain them,” he tells us. “We have got to stop teaching the world to reward people for breaking our laws.”
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.