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Join Vanessa Hewko and Ron Ash as they count around the Billboard top singles of the 1950s.
In this holiday episode, we tell the stories and sing the praises of those pillars, those icons of the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 60s. Tonight we will profile Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Claudette Colvin, and Bayard Rustin. Learn about their service, dedication, and personal sacrifices to the greater good, to the cause of Liberty and Equality for All. Tune is as we celebrate the lives and accomplishments of these social justice titans.
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For 25 years, from 1953 to 1978, Dr. Ward was host of Revivaltime, the flagship weekly radio broadcast of the Assemblies of God. During its heydayRevivaltime was heard on hundreds of stations via the ABC radio network, and the program received from 12,000 to 15,000 letters each month from listeners around the world, including notes of appreciation from such well-known individuals as President Lyndon Johnson and Queen Juliana of Holland.
Thousands of listeners across the earth considered C.M. Ward their pastor, and many in the radio industry of the 1950s placed Revivaltime second in popularity only to Hour of Decision, the weekly radio program of the young evangelist Billy Graham.
In this show I just read the words of Dr. Ward. I cannot match his style of teaching and preaching.
Castle Bones Radio (CBR)
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
9 PM ET/ 6 PM PT
Bones Season 10 Episode #10 “tHThe 200th in the 10th" episode discussion.
Bones celebrates 200 episodes and 10 seasons.
BONES pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock in an episode that reimagines the Jeffersonian and FBI teams in 1950s Hollywood. Brennan plays an LAPD detective who's battling sexism on the force, and Booth is a notorious jewel thief who is far more than he seems to be. When Booth is framed for the murder of a rich socialite, he and Brennan team up to clear his name and find the true identity of the murderer.
Bones Trivia " The 200th in the 10th" test your knowledge
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"Bits and Bobs" takes us into the world of simple living----along w/ politicl news and green news, plus------
Then, RA is joined by Elvis Thao, musician/actor. Elvis returns, telling us what he is involved in now, his latest endeavor.
Where does his inspiration come from, and how does he discipline himself? It takes more than talent!!
'Sarit Jacobsohn Views the World' will be about Palestine and Israel, and the connections they have to our whole planet. No one group of people, or one country, can act alone, now. We are all interconnected----and responsible!
'Bigfoot w/ Rick Schmidt' takes us to another section of the world----
What was Marlin Perkins searching for in Tibet back in the '50s?
"ROCK n' ROLL HISTORY" "THE PLATTERS" "EARTH ANGEL" Gaynel Hodge! EXCLUSIVE ONLY on FOSR!
Gaynel Hodge Bio (born January 4, 1937 in Los Angeles, California) is the co-author of the Platinum hit 1950s song, "Earth Angel", is a recording artist, songwriter and a pianist.
He is also a founding member and musical director of such famous groups as The Platters, The Turks, and The Hollywood Flames.
Hodge tours several months of the year throughout Europe, the Middle East and the United States.
Hodge was involved in doo-wop, rhythm and blues and jazz from his earliest years. Gaynel began writing songs and playing piano professionally by age 13; joining, starting and practising with all-vocal groups on street corners of Los Angeles.
By age 15, Gaynel was a regular session musician in recording studios throughout Los Angeles, and had co-written the multi-platinum hit “Earth Angel”. Gaynel went on to form the original Platters with his brother, Alex Hodge, and sang and played piano with them on their first 16 recordings.
Gaynel has written, recorded or performed with such artists as Lou Rawls, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder,Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson, Dr. John, Ted Taylor, Little Johnny Taylor, Richard Berry, Dick Dale, Don & Dewey, The Chambers Brothers, The Rivingtons, The Olympics, Johnny Morissette, Tony Allen, and Duane Eddy.
Listen to Ron Ash count around the Billboard year-end top 20 singles of 1951 on Live 325.
Billboard year-end top 20 singles of 1951
1 "Too Young" - Nat King Cole
2 "Because of You" - Tony Bennett
3 "How High the Moon" - Les Paul & Mary Ford
4 "Come on-a My House" - Rosemary Clooney
5 "Be My Love" - Mario Lanza
6 "On Top of Old Smoky"- The Weavers
7 "Cold, Cold Heart" - Tony Bennett
8 "If" - Perry Como
9 "The Loveliest Night of the Year" - Mario Lanza
10 "Tennessee Waltz" - Patti Page
11 "Jezebel"- Frankie Laine
12 "I Get Ideas"- Tony Martin
13 "Mockin' Bird Hill"- Les Paul & Mary Ford
14 "Mockin' Bird Hill"- Patti Page
15 "My Heart Cries for You"- Guy Mitchell & Mitch Miller
16 "(It's No) Sin" - Eddy Howard
17 "Sound Off" - Vaughn Monroe
18 "Sweet Violets" - Dinah Shore
19 "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise" - Les Paul & Mary Ford
20 "My Truly, Truly Fair" - Guy Mitchell & Mitch Miller
Discovery what 2015 holds for humanity and the world. Astrologer, Transformational Tarotologist, photographer, musician and visionary Jost Van Dyke rejoins the show to discuss his vision of the future and what the stars and planets foretell for the year 2015, a year already predicted to be chaotic and turbulent. Will we see World War III, continued extreme weather, powerful earthquakes, terrorist attacks? Or could this be the year humanity unites to create a new world? Will we see the Age of Aquarius manifest in the coming years?
Jost considers himself a Multidimensional Renaissance NuMan. This polymath identification was seeded by three seminal events at an early age that set in motion an underpinning dynamic. Before Jost's birth, his parents had an ET "close encounter" that was quite extraordinary for two people raised and living at the time in rural North Florida amidst Deep South fundamentalism of the 1950s.
Jost was born Easter morning, at the break of dawn, with a natal sun conjunct an 11:11 Aries ascendant/Libra descendant axis. Venus was conjunct the Pleiades, the lunar nodal axis was conjunct Antares and Aldebaran as the moon edged toward the Galactic Center trine a Jupiter-Pluto conjunction. At the age of five, Jost experienced an out of body experience (OBE), an angelic visitation setting a precedence for subsequent recurring numinous events that have since made a significant impact on his life in many ways.
Photography by Jost Van Dyke (nun and dragonfly). *Jost will not be giving individual astrology readings.
The first half of the show we’ll discuss both the North Carolina and Florida A&M University academic scandal. Joining Madison and Champ is our legal analyst David Weinstein.
The second half of the show we called it Then and Now – we will be discussing how professional sports changed since the 1950s. Join Bill Gutman and Champ Jordan for a fun and informative segment!