At noon Icon Fetch’s Tony Peters welcomes Antonia Bennett, whose dad is jazz icon Tony Bennett—and whose own voice is reminiscent of Blossom Dearie. The diva will chat about her debut album ‘Natural‘ which features standards like Puttin’ on the Ritz and The Thrill Is Gone.
On Demand: Season 2 of Venice The Series debuts this month—and star Crystal Chappell has been dishing to Destini about the story line. “There’s a shower scene,” she tells us of the same-sex fling between Jessica Leccia and Nadia Bjorlin. But, adds executive producer Kim Turrisi, “It’s not in Episode 1.”
At 9 PM Comedian Stevie Mack—who began his career as an extra in opposite fellow BTR host Bill Cosby in 1974’s Uptown Saturday Night, before going on to write for The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show 23 years later—marks his 300th show on the network. (Way to go, Stevie!)
On Demand: To raise awareness of suicides promoted online, Jon Hansen welcomes Deborah Chevalier, the mother of Nadia Kajouji, an 18-year old Canadian student whose video blog foretold of her 2008 self-destruction by throwing herself in a river after struggling with postpartum depression.
At 2 PM The Empty Nesters’ Claudia Brown and Jill Fromer sit down with executive search firm owner Nicki Boscia Durlester, whose memoir, Beyond the Pink Moon, chronicles her journey after being diagnosed with breast cancer—as well as her mom’s stuggle with the same disease.
At 1 PM Laura “The Jazzy Vegetarian” Theodore grooves with Maribeth Abrams, the corporate chef for Vitasoy USA and a columnist for Vegetarian Voice Magazine, whose new book is titled The 4 Ingredient Vegan: Easy, Quick, and Delicious.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.