Nancy Kerrigan: The former U.S. Figure Skating Champion drops in on Film Festival Radio to chat with host Janice Malone about her Dec. 25 NBC special, The Caesars Tribute: A Salute to the Golden Age of American Skating, taped earlier this month in Atlantic City, N.J.
Tina Charles: The WNBA’s No. 1 draft pick for 2010—who plays center for the Connecticut Sun—drops in on The Final Word hosts JayReelz and J.D. to chat about her alma-mater team, the UCONN Huskies—who are just one win away from the longest winning streak in college hoops history.
Barbara McQueen: Steve McQueen’s widow recalls a run-in the superstar actor had with neighbor Keith Moon—during which he blew The Who drummer’s bathroom window out with a shotgun. “He was dancing around grinning like a little girl, going ‘Oh my god! Oh my god!’” Barbara tells Red Velvet Media host Holly Stephey of Steve. “And I’m like, ‘Oh great, you’re gonna get arrested.’ So he goes, ‘Turn all the lights off in the house.’ So we just turned all of the lights off in the house and went to bed.”
Tony Frewin: Stanley Kubrick’s assistant of 25 years weighs in on the 17 minutes of lost 2001: A Space Odyssey footage recently found buried in a salt mine in Kansas. When Movie Geeks United host Jamey DuVall asks Tony if he feels the director would want the footage to be restored into the film, he replies, “No, he probably wouldn’t. Stanley really now belongs to history, doesn’t he. And I think you have to illustrate that. I don’t think you should re-cut it into the film, but it should certainly be available to people.”
Bobby Long: The British folk rocker—whose tune, Let Me Sign, was sung by pal Robert Pattinson in Twilight—chats about the superstar sex symbol. He’s just a nice guy. He’s a normal kid. He’s no different to my friends back home,” Bobby tells Milling About host Robin Milling.
TonyaTKO: The Love Guru, whose YouTube channel boasts more than 38,000 subs—and 19 million views—debuts her companion BlogTalkRadio show tonight. Tonya’s maiden topic? “A Society of Sissies: Are Single Mothers to Blame for the Soft Socialization of its Boys?”