Chat--5 p.m.: Lawrence Crouther created "Pootie, the Baddie-Buster" as a comedy sketch on HBO's "The Chris Rock Show." His new movie, "Pootie Tang," is set to open June 29. Chat with Crouther about all things Pootie.
Chat--5 p.m.: Chat with Michael Clarke Duncan about his role in the new version of "Planet of the Apes." The movie, directed by Tim Burton, is neither a direct remake of the classic nor a close adaptation of the novel by Pierre Boulle.
Pop--Noon: Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys wrote some of rock 'n' roll's greatest songs, including "Good Vibrations," "Surfer Girl" and "I Get Around." Wilson, who now tours with his own band, will be live in concert.
Hip-Hop--Noon: Nelly is a St. Louis-based rapper who brings a blend of Southern roots and urban life to his music. This concert was recorded in May at the House of Blues Orlando.
Pop--Noon: Jerry Harrison, formerly of the Talking Heads and the BoDeans, is live in concert.
Jazz--All Day: The jazz-pop ensemble Spyro Gyra pays tribute to the late saxophonist Grover Washington with a performance titled "Grovin' for Grover."
Chat--4 p.m.: Lance Armstrong's coach Chris Carmichael will discuss training methods for bicycle enthusiasts. Carmichael was part of the first American team to ride in the Tour de France in 1986.
Cooking--1 p.m.: Make your Fourth of July feast firecracker good with help from chef Danielle Custer. She'll answer all your questions on topics from burgers to berry pie.
Classical--All Day: Joseph Haydn and his younger brother, Michael, composed a number of light chamber divertimenti. These pieces are featured in a concert by the Piccolo Concerto Wien ensemble at the 1999 Haydn Festival.
--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY