Raquel Welch: America’s most enduring sex symbol of the past 50 years hangs with Mr. Media host Bob Andelman, chatting about her new book, Raquel: Beyond the Cleavage, her old movies, her good health and her legendary looks. Plus: Why you’ll never see Raquel naked. Ever.
Felipe Rose: The Village People founding member—who has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide over the past 23 years—drops in on Native Trailblazers to chat with fellow Native American Vincent Schilling about his colorful career and upcoming music projects.
Chris Hansen: The Dateline NBC correspondent stops by Film Festival Radio to preview tonight’s report “Trouble in Paradise”: Four years after an American businessman is whacked in Thailand, cops are faced with more questions than answers in a case involving an alleged hit man and an ex-fiancée.
Emily Bell: The former director of digital content for Britain’s The Guardian—who now heads up Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Media—joins The Daily Beast’s Philip Shenon and Columbia’s Todd Gitlin for a discussion on the WikiLeaks scandal’s impact on journalism.
Tami Roman: The ex-wife of Kenny Anderson—the NBA guard who left her penniless—drops in on Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris to chat about Season 2 of VH1’s Basketball Wives, and about her big-screen comedy, Something Like a Business, co-starring Kym Whitley.
Jesse Boykins III: The R&B crooner—and Soul Train Award nominee—stops by Speak Your Success to chat with Angel Bush about his latest singles B4 The Night Is Thru and Amorous, and about his current Romantic Movement Tour, which got under way last week in London.
Chrisette Michele: The Blame It on Me singer, who snagged a 2009 Grammy Award for Be OK, drops in on Mutha Knows host Mutha to chat about her latest album, Let Freedom Reign. Plus: 1011 NoVA Men Calendar models Cross Thompson and Raymell Smith.