Kelly McGillis: The ‘80s screen icon, who starred in flicks like Top Gun and Witness, reveals her new career to Milling About host Robin Milling. “I work at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility,” she says of Seabrook House in New Jersey. “I interviewed for a job and they hired me. It makes me feel as if I’m genuinely being of service to others. I feel as if I have the potential to help others in a way that I don’t have acting. Some people say, ‘I’m talking to a movie star,’ but I always remind them that’s not why I’m there. I have a very clear boundary about that. I’m not there to talk about my work. I’m there to talk about recovery and help them stand in their integrity and their recovery.”
Charles Oakley: The executive producer of the Bottom Line Sports Show, who played 19 seasons in the NBA, joins the program’s correspondent Penny Hardaway and host Gerald Brown for a preview of the playoffs. Plus: Celtics shooting guard Ray Allen’s mom Flo tells us why she’ll be running in the Boston Marathon.
Justine Siegel: The first female coach in men’s professional baseball—who helmed Can-Am team the Brockton Rox in 2009—sits down with NDB Media host Roger Noriega to chat about moving to the next level, namely by throwing batting practice to five MLB teams earlier this year.
Tony Mercedes: The former director of A&R at LaFace, whose acts—including Grammy winners TLC and rapper JT Money—sold more than 25 million records, chats with Real Talk host Michael A. McFadden about his upcoming book, Reversing the Game: Everything They Didn’t Tell You about the Music Business.
Dionne Figgins: The actress-singer-dancer sits down with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon to discuss her role in the Tony Award-winning play Memphis—which is set in the underground clubs of the segregated 1950s—and its transition from Broadway to the silver screen.
Nick Chavez: The founder of the Nick Chavez Salon in Beverly Hills, whose A-list clients include Ivana Trump, Maria Shriver and George Lopez—and whose third cousin is the late civil-rights activist Cesar Chavez—chats with Nightly Candy Chat host Nana-Adwoa Ofori about styling tips for all hair types.