Relationships--4 p.m.: Chat with Pepper Schwartz, author of "Everything You Know About Love and Sex Is Wrong." Her advice is frank and fiery. Take a sex and relationship quiz, then chat live to learn more about dating and relating.
Rock--Noon: Together since 1972, the Average White Band from Glasgow, Scotland, can get down with the best. The name was jokingly bestowed upon them by friends, but it has never labeled their style. This video Webcast was recorded at Miller Oasis Summerfest in Milwaukee.
Sports--10 a.m.: Atlanta Braves baseball player Brian Jordan brings a football player's approach to the outfield. He was once a Pro Bowl defensive back with the Atlanta Falcons. Chat with Jordan, who made his first All-Star appearance in 1999. http://chat.yahoo.com
Classical--All Day: Catch Verdi's "La Forza del Destino" with Valery Gergiev conducting the Kirov Opera.
Rock--Noon: With rhythms rooted in folk, jazz, blues and rock, ekoostik hookah has a fun-loving, easygoing spirit epitomized by its biannual music and camping extravaganza, Hookahville. Check out the Ohio group with this video Webcast, recorded at Potawatomi Bingo Casino Stage Summerfest in Milwaukee.
Classical--All Day: Classicalplus' William Preucil, Anne-Marie McDermott and Ronald Thomas are among the Mainly Mozart Festival performers in this chamber music recital, featuring Mozart's Piano Quartet and Saint-Saens' Septet.
Classical--All Day: Listen to pianist Peter Donohoe in a series of concerts covering all of Beethoven's piano sonatas. This performance features Nos. 12-15, including the famous "Pastoral" and "Moonlight" sonatas.
Food--1 p.m.: What does it take to be one of Food & Wine magazine's Best New Chefs? Gain new insights into advanced cooking techniques with one of this year's best, Frank Ruta of Palena in Washington, and Food & Wine editor Pete Wells. Ruta will share his experience and cooking tips.
Jazz--All Day: The Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force, carries on the tradition of Glenn Miller's Army Air Corps dance band with a more contemporary, cutting-the-rug style.
Money--2 p.m.: Millions of Americans work full-time, year-round, for poverty-level wages. How does anyone survive, let alone prosper, on $6 to $7 an hour? Join Barbara Ehrenreich and share stories and questions about getting by in America. http://chat.yahoo.com
Money--3 p.m.: The dot-com bubble has burst and the longest-running bull market in history is itself history. The days of easy money may be over, but that doesn't mean you missed the party. Find out how to get in the game with Steve Frank, Wall Street Journal and CNBC reporter.
--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY