Ron Perlman: Shooting the upcoming feature film Drive with Ryan Gosling was hell for the Hellboy star. “We had this scene in the Pacific Ocean where he’s trying to kill me. We shot it during high tide at 3:30 in the morning,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “My back was to the ocean, I was facing the beach and this wave just came and knocked me clear 20 feet in the air and I ended up ass-over-tea-kettle. I ripped something in my knee… It’s hard to walk on it. I think I’m gonna need some surgery on this one. There’s some structural damage in there.”
Keshia Chanté: The Juno Award-winning Canadian Princess of Pop—who was signed to her first record deal at age 14, before appearing in the 2006 Bow Wow video Shortie Like Mine—stops by Real Talk to chat with host Michael A. McFadden about her upcoming album, Night and Day.
Hope Flood: The funny lady, who’s been a featured act on BET’s Comic View for 10 seasons—and who was one of only two female comedians to appear on Martin Lawrence’s Starz 1st Amendment Stand-Up special—hangs with Layin’ It on the Line host Reginald Ford.
Marianne Williamson: The Peace Alliance Founder—4 of whose books have been New York Times bestsellers—chats with Gab with the Gurus host Connie Bennett about her new offering, A Course In Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever.
Simon Winthrop: The Las Vegas magician, whom Harry Hamlin hailed for his “unbelievably awesome prestidigations” and Tom Cruise simply called “unbelievable,” drops in on host Olivia Wilder to discuss his artistry his private-client gigs—like the one recently staged for Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
Clarence Burke: The founding member of Chicago-based soul quintet The Five Stairsteps—whose 1970 hit O-o-h Child is ranked among Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time—stops by EnergyTwist to chat about his “Unplugged, Up Close & Personal” tour.