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The Week Ahead on the Web

November 02, 2000


* Country--10 a.m.: An interview with Trisha Yearwood about her new CD, "Real Live Woman."

* Household Hints--11 a.m.: The second Heloise (her mother began the popular "Hints From Heloise" column in 1959) continues the family tradition with a monthly Internet show.

* TV--6 p.m.: After playing supporting parts in several sitcoms, Nikki Cox gets her own show, "Nikki." The actress chats about her career. and under "Community," click on "Warner Bros. Chat."

* Literature--7 p.m.: Like to be read to? Poet Sharon Skinner reads from contemporary works and classics.


* Movies--11 a.m.: Recorded interviews with Val Kilmer and other stars of "Red Planet," a sci-fi flick that hopes to do lots better than this year's earlier "Mission to Mars."

* Movies--4 p.m.: Adam Sandler, who vaulted from "Saturday Night Live" to a major movie career, chats about his new film, "Little Nicky." America Online subscribers sign in at keywords: "AOL Live."


* Tech--11 a.m.: Host Todd Ogasawara takes questions about modems and related computer hardware.

* Talk--1 p.m.: Former Sex Pistols singer John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) is now an Internet talk show host. Hear him live from New York.


* Gospel--Noon: A concert by the Mighty Revelators, recorded in August in Los Angeles.

* Fitness--6 a.m.: Up early for a run? You can warm up by listening to Grete Waitz, nine-time winner of the New York City Marathon. She talks about fitness and takes questions.


* TV--4 p.m.: The day after the season premiere of the long-running "X-Files," creator Chris Carter takes questions from fans.


* Hip-hop--5 p.m.: Mystikal, whose music and lyrics can both be raw, does a live chat.

* Soaps--5 p.m.: Dish about the soaps on this show, hosted by a woman who calls herself the Daytime Diva.

* Rock--7 p.m.: The Beastie Boys present concert and music video clips from their career.

* Tech--7 p.m.: Got questions about using the Internet? Chat host Gregory Gooden will try to provide the answers on this weekly "Internet Center Chat."


* Rock Nostalgia--10 a.m.: It was 25 years ago that the "Frampton Comes Alive" album took the pop world by storm. Peter Frampton talks about it and his recent role in the movie "Almost Famous."

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