Michael Reagan: The former nationally-syndicated Radio America host—whose adoptive dad was our nation’s 40th president—stops by Political Vindication Radio to discuss his new book, The New Reagan Revolution: How Ronald Reagan’s Principles Can Restore America’s Greatness.
Tiffany: The pop singer—who, at age 15, became the youngest female artist ever to have a No. 1 debut album—stops by Buzzworthy Radio to chat with host NaVell Lee about her upcoming Syfy flick Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, co-starring fellow teen idol Deborah Gibson.
Angelo Taylor: The 2007 World Champion hudrler—who won 1 gold medal at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney and another 2 at the 2008 games in Beijng—stops by the Get Up Show during host Chris LaMonica’s “Month of the Hurdler” series to chat about the 2012 games in London.
Richard Rushfield: The author of the new book American Idol: The Untold Story chats about a pastor’s wife who raised cash for wannabe contestants on the Fox reality show. “This woman, Leesa Bellesi, claimed while she was recuperating from a surgery that she got a call from God that she says told her to go backstage to American Idol,” he tells host Milling About host Robin Milling.
John Seale: The Aussie cinematographer, who shot such acclaimed flicks as Children of a Lesser God, Dead Poets Society, The English Patient and Prince of Persia, chats with 123 Film! host Sam Heer about his latest production, The Tourist, starring Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp.
Sunshine Anderson: The North Carolina-born R&B diva—whose debut album, Your Woman, debuted at No. 2 and yielded the hit single Heard It All Before—stops by The Mutha Knows Show to chat with host Mutha about her new album, The Sun Shines Again.
Phil Vishner: The creator of the computer-animated VeggieTales DVD series for kids—which has sold more than 60 million copies—drops in on Christian Devotions host Scott McCausey to discuss his current venture, Jellyfish Labs, and his work in the field of Christian filmmaking.