Russell Simmons: The hip hop entrepreneuer and Def Jam Records co-founder—whose net worth reportedly exceeds $350 million—drops in on The Philippe Matthews Show to talk with host Philippe Matthews about his new book, Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All.
Beth Littleford: The former Daily Show correspondent sits down with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker to chat about her role as Claire Riley opposite Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Kevin Bacon in the upcoming flick Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Andrew Weisblum: The Hollywood film editor, who has assembled such hit flicks as The Wrestler and Chicago, sits down with Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis to talk about his Oscar nomination for Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan.
Dwyane Wade: Depite being part of the most buzzed-about team in the NBA, the hoops virtuoso still puts education first. “Sorry I was late,” D-Wade tells the Bottom Line Sports Show hosts Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy upon calling in. “I had to talk to my son about school. He was slackin’. So I went over a little bit.”
Dambisa Moyo: The economist, whom Time magazine named by one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, stops by AACONS to talk with host Marie Stroughter about her new book, How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly and the Stark Choices Ahead.
Nigel Marven: The former BBC naturalist—aka the Britain’s Jack Hanna—who went on to found his own nature-documentary production company, drops in on World Footprints hosts Tonya and Ian Fitzpatrick to fill us in on his latest adventures while living on Panda reserves in China.