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The U.S. government was the target of a Bankster Coup in the 1930s. Led by Prescott Bush, father to former U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush, the fascist coup would have succeeded were it not for whistle blower General Smedley Butler. But what failed then has since succeeded. It is now provable that the coup which failed in the 1930s was carefully reorganized and implemented in the decades since, with the final steps cemented on 9/11 2001 under the direction of Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and George W. Bush. The Pentagon and the Banksters comprise ‘The Secret Government’ which now runs the United States of America and anyone who tells you differently is lying to you.
Join us for the premier of season 6 as we discuss the birth of Rhythm and Blues from birth to current day and how it has changed and impacted different musical genres. We will discuss how it has changed over the years from being called “Race Music” and how originally the foundation was with the rhythm and blues sound from the 1930s and has evolved each decade only on SIRA Media Radio Thursday September 26 at 6:30pm.
Angelo Savoldi, the world's oldest living professional wrestler, passed away last week Friday(9/20/13) at the age of 99. Savoldi, whose real name was Mario Fornini, began his wrestling career in the 1930s, and became the first American to ever main event in the Puerto Rican territory, before moving back to the states and becoming a five-time NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion. At the end of his career, near the end of the '60s and into the '70s, he worked for WWWF and was a minority business partner in the company. A professional wrestling living a long full life is something rare these days.
The TNA roster page has recently been updated with two names being removed. The contracts of Mickie James and Ken Anderson have come up and no new deal has been reached as of this writing. Will the two former WWE Superstar's return to the open door in TNA Wrestling? Or will they attempt a return to the company that made them big names to begin with in the WWE? Can TNA continue to lose names?
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Ian Dickerson joins Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem host Stephen Campbell to discuss The Saint, Simon Templar. Ian is not only the Honorary Secretary of The Saint Club in the United Kingdom, he is the author the book THE SAINT ON TV, he’s involved in a project to re-release out of print SAINT books and bring them to the United States later this year, he’s helped put together the documentaries for the Network DVD releases of Saint TV episodes in the U.K. and he is currently writing an authorized biography of Leslie Charteris, entitled A SAINT I AINT. In addition to all of that he’s involved as a co-producer in a project to bring the Saint back to television. Since the 1930s the Saint has been a popular character in books, television and movies and if all goes according to plan will soon be making a comeback to TV screens around the world. Adam Raynor plays the role of Simon Templar in the latest version of the program. You can see a preview of the pilot episode here. The Saint Club website can be found at www.lesliecharteris.com.
Did you know Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington traveled overseas in the early 1930s? Did you know jazz was used as a diplomatic tool during the Cold War? On Monday, August 5, 2013, we trade fours with Percussionist La Frae Sci who knows a bit about bridging cultural divides. Join us on Trading Fours and... "Get in on the Rhythm"
Milling About visits The Sagamore Resort in Lake George, New York, an idyllic property on Green Island in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Everywhere you turn is a view of the lake and the mountains. General Manager Tom Guay who grew up in the area tells host Robin Milling guests can hike the surrounding mountains as well as relax. There's a serenity with the sweet smell of pine permeating from the year-round lobby fireplace. Just outside is the Veranda terrace where brides begin their matrimonial walk down to the lake to say, 'I do.' The 385- room resort in existence since1883 is rumoured to be haunted, especially Room 209. Director of Sales Lori Rehm tells Robin about the resident spirits. There's a 1930s maid whose affair with a guest caused the wife to smother her with a pillow. Lori says some guests have seen someone in a maid's outfit standing in the corner or felt the blankets being tugged down by someone, and when the lights were turned on there was noone there! Visit www.thesagamore.com
An hour long bi-weekly radio show hosted by husband & wife team Harry & Edna from the UK. Their Website describes the program as a look At The Current British 1930's -1940's scene through a steamed-up monocle. Harry & Edna On The Wireless is set to a back drop of 'tip top' recorded gramophone big band music while stylish guests and big band artists help ensure a sense of old fashioned well-being.
Inside knowledge of this greatest generations lifestyles and music as lived today in the UK cannot be heard anywhere else.
A HistoryChiQ Quickie -- Our Fast Flash 15 (minutes) of historical stuff in the news now & yet to come -- the readiness is all!
Plus, this week we have a quick chat with Tom Blunt, creator of Meet the Lady, a live show with film clips, biography excerpts, sometimes a dash of burlesque and other unique ways of celebrating historical women. We'll be donating a trio of films starring of 1930s–'40s legendary child star Jane Withers for Meet the Lady's last show at 92Y, and finding out about "her" future".
Producer: Robert Gonyo
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