At noon Molly Ringwald is ratcheting up her writing chops. The ‘80s screen idol reveals what the follow-up to her 2010 memoir, Getting the Pretty Back, will be. “I’m working on my second book, but it’ll be fiction,” she tells host Robin Milling. “I’m looking forward to writing about characters.”
On Demand: Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman gets up close and personal (though not nearly as close as Sacha Baron Cohen got) with Ken Davitian, who both regaled and repulsed audiences as Azamat Bagatov in Borat. The zaftig actor will chat about how he got goaded into that role.
AT 1130 AM Film Festival Radio’s Janice Malone gets busy with former Hootie & the Blowfish frontman—and rabid gridiron fan—Darius Rucker, who’ll fill us in on his new End Zone Obsession Football Challenge, a weekly, 17-round interactive game presented by Athlon Sports.
At 1030 AM Carly Pope, who plays wildly unorthodox private investigator Lucinda Pearl on Outlaw—starring Jimmy Smits—drops in to chat with Mr. Media about that meaty role, and about her big-screen outing in next year’s S.W.A.T.: Firefight, opposite Robert Patrick and Kristanna Loken.
At 8 PM Flashback’s Carey Fisher hangs with writer-director DB Sweeney, who began his career opposite Martin Sheen in 1985’s Out of the Darkness. DB will shed some light the upcoming NBC series The Event, while talking up his new flick, Two Tickets to Paradise.
At 7 PM Seriously Sensual host Nicole Brooks swoops in on New York Times best-selling author L.A. Banks, who has penned more than 40 novels—including her 12-book Vampire Huntress Legend series— and recently won the Romantic Times Award for Paranormal Fiction.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.