You know the U.S. economy is bad when even a great patriot like Tom Brokaw is throwing up his hands and saying, Go East, young man. “I’d be looking to see what the chances are of getting a job in the Middle East,” he tells host Heather Taylor of his advice to college graduates.
Grand Central Publishing welcomes attorney Alan M. Dershowitz, who’ll discuss his new novel, The Trials of Zion, which tells the story of a young Jewish-American lawyer who—following a horrific terrorist act—joins the defense team of a possibly innocent Palestinian defendant.
Marina Anderson, who was married to actor David Carradine (above) from 1998 to 2001, suspects foul play in the star’s 2009 death. “I totally believe this was not an accident by himself,” she tells host Robin Milling. “There had to be other people in the room with him.”
Sin City Sessions host Marq with a Q gets up close and personal with Canadian Playmate Lana Tailor, who’ll chat about Season 2 of her Cinemax cable series Lingerie, which features a full cast of pros working in New York City’s intimate-apparel industry.
Heavy Metal Mayhem host Michael Catricola rocks out with Rob Halford, the Grammy-winning vocalist for Judas Priest. Rob will be live (and taking calls), raving about his new solo album, Halford IV: Made of Metal, and his tour with JP and Ozzy Osbourne.
DeAnna “Mz Deeva” Shields whoops it up with guest co-host Shanae Hall, author of the new book, Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man?—a resounding retort to Steve Harvey’s Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. The former NFL wife will break it down for all of you ladies.