Alan Roger Currie

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This show emphasizes discussions related to the lifestyles of socially active and progressive singles; dating and relationships; sex and seduction; and overall self-improvement

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Dr. Blad Blanton, Author of "Radical Honesty: How to Transform Your Life by Telling the Truth" joins "Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie for the second time in the last 15 months to discuss his new video series, "How to Get... more

Joel Blatt joins Alan to discuss his new online dating website, Sparkbliss.com, and the benefits of privacy in online dating

TV & Film Actor Hill Harper (CSI: NY) joins Alan to discuss his new book, "Letters to a Young Sister: DeFINE Your Destiny" Get a FREE copy of Alan Roger Currie's 'Mode One' Audiobook RIGHT NOW!

Host Alan Roger Currie engages in a 15-minute promotional tease for his upcoming interview with TV & Film Star Hill Harper

Relationship Counselor Julie Ferman of CupidsCoach.com joins Alan to discuss the wonderful world of Professional Matchmaking

Host Alan Roger Currie provides some audio commentary in reviewing his favorite audio clips from interviews of past guests

Sherri Langburt, The Founder of SingleEdition.com, joins Alan to discuss what it truly means to be single in today's society

Toronto Writer Elliott Katz, author of the best-selling paperback, "Being the Strong Man a Woman Wants: Timeless Wisdom on Being a Man," will join Alan and Co-Host Tennille Williams to discuss his career, and offer advice to... more

Akua Auset, Celebrity Make-Up Artist and Author of the paperback, "SUPERWOMEN & GODDESSES: Workin' Your Power & Magic Book One," will join Alan and Co-Host Tennille Williams to discuss how she makes efforts to... more

Ms. Fleacé Weaver, CEO and Founder of BlackWeekly.com in Los Angeles, joins Alan and Co-Host Tennille Williams to discuss how her Internet-based organization is creating more and more opportunities for the Black "Middle-Class"... more
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