Chat--5 p.m.: Join fitness expert Michelle Dozois for a chat about the latest fitness rage called Pilates. You might remember Dozois from her "Buns of Steel Total Fat Burner" video. AOL subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."
Rock--Noon: Caroline's Spine, a band from Oklahoma, has managed to blend late '80s pop with macho grunge. If you haven't heard this group, be sure to check them out on this video Webcast, recorded July 5 at Summerfest 2001 in Milwaukee. http://www.hob.com/onlinemusic/webcasts
Blues-Rock--Noon: Making it a family affair is easy for the kids of Greg Zephie, member of the '60s Native American rock group Vanishing Americans, if you consider he sired 17 children. Three of them make up blues-rock group Indigenous. Catch their performance recorded July 2 at Summerfest 2001 in Milwaukee. http://www.hob.com/onlinemusic/webcasts
Classical--All Day: Schubert's "Trout Quintet" will be performed by Anne-Marie McDermott, William Preucil and Ronald Thomas. This Webcast was recorded at the Mainly Mozart Festival. http://classicalplus.gmn.com/webcasts/webcast.asp?id=387
Racing--9:45 a.m.: Be sure to catch the audio coverage of the CART Molson Indy 500. Last year's winner was Michael Andretti. This race should be very competitive, with Kenny Brack right on Andretti's tailpipe. http://sports.yahoo.com/rac/cart
Chat--4 p.m.: British singer Craig David is ready to make it big here in the States. David, who has garnered seven platinum awards, will make his U.S. debut with "Born to Do It." AOL subscribers can access this chat session by going to keywords "AOL live."
Chat--6 p.m.: Will Victoria and Ryan finally find happiness with each other? Here is your chance to chat with Heather Tom and Scott Reeves of "The Young and the Restless" and get answers to this and other burning questions. http://www.soapcity.com
Chat--Noon: Thailand offers many temptations for travelers, from the beaches of Phuket to the trekking trails of Chiang Mai. Chat with Susan Orlean and learn about this exotic destination. http://chat.yahoo.com
Awards--7 p.m.: The fifth annual Webby Awards will be Webcast live from the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House. The pre-show will be hosted by Sam Donaldson and the awards ceremony will be hosted by Alan Cumming. And don't miss the debut of the Tele-Actor, a project developed by UC Berkeley and MIT researchers. http://www.webbyawards.com
--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY