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This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Athenaeum in London. Situated just steps away from St. James Park, this family-owned establishment is one of Peter’s favorites. He’s been going there for more than 30 years, and it started because of Sally Bulloch, the electric, dynamic general manager—and at the time the only woman to hold that post in a London Hotel. We pay tribute to Sally this week, as we’re joined by Tim Arthur, CEO of Time Out, who gives some of his off-the-brochure secrets for visiting London.
Also joining us is London travel writer and U.S. expat Amy Laughinghouse who talks about the best walking tours in London. All of this and more when Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Athenaeum in London.
Today Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcome's Rob Green of the Department, synthwave from London, UK.
After almost 2 years in the making, 'Alpha' has finally landed - a 13-track, all-killer-no-filler celebration of the inimitable sound of The Department. Inspired by classic electro and new wave, the band take us on an emotive ride through dramatic, instant, energetic electronic music with moving lyrics that explore life, love and existence.
Established in late 2012, The Department are a 2-piece synth band consisting of Rob Green on vocals and synth (London) and Magnus Lindström on synth (Gothenburg, Sweden).
They have played live at venues such as the legendary Romo Night club in Sweden, the 100 Club, Analogue Nights, The Hope & Anchor and The Macbeth, in London. They have played alongside bands such as Naked Lunch, The Woodentops, Ekkoes and Kids On Bridges, to fantastic reactions.
The band have enjoyed radio support from the likes of Radio 6 Music and The Johnny Normal Show and have been featured in many music publications in the UK, Europe and the US.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say every day, Monday through Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Herbert London, President of the London Center for Policy Research, joins the show to discuss Benjamin Netanyahu's big victory in the Israeli elections, and Obamas failure.
Jay Cost, Staff Writer for The Weekly Standard and the author of "A Republic No More: Big Government and the Rise of American Political Corruption", joins the show to discuss his latest article Barack Obama, Corporate Shill
Lynne Marks AICI CIM from the London Image Institute shares with us how she built the London Image Institue. What they originally instructed in and what they train Image Consultants in today.
Special Guest on Feature Friday show straight from london England im excited to have the chance to speak with this artist Ash M. He has three projects out so if you have not had the chance check them out on sound cloud they are awsome.
Enlightenment ,Real Talk, He Reign
Hellooooo, my name is London Ellis and I am singer/songwriter from London chasing my dreams with my big stubborn personality toget my music heard and to make other people happy with it. I have always wanted to be a singer. You know when you are asked in school what you wanna be when you grow up? Well mine wasn’t the astronaut, (even though the thought of jumping around on the moon does sound fun), not the Princess, (even though having a prince whisk me off my feet wouldn’t be such a terrible thing, damn maybe I should re-think this…) but anyway I said “I’m gonna be a Popstar” and I have never changed my mind since.
Our guests this morning are Laura Leventhal, William Yarroll, Judy Peetz, Jody Leventhal and David Dill
and this morning, we’re going to learn about the Special Olympic World Games LA2015 and the South
Bay Host Cities.
Laura Leventhal is the Program Coordinator for the Special Olympics World Games. With a background
in Strategic Communications and Journalism.
Jody Leventhal is chair for Host Town Hermosa Beach. A longtime resident of the South Bay, Jody is the
CEO of JLC, a strategic marketing communications company located in Los Angeles.
William Yarroll and the’ got Kids?’ charity are the chairs for Host Town El Segundo.
Judy Peetz, co-chair for Host Town Manhattan Beach, has been a resident since 1975. She and her
husband John, bought their home as a young married couple and have remained in the same house for
David Dill, chair for Host Town Redondo Beach, has been a resident for the past 27 years. He was the
track coach at Redondo Union High School and currently works as Director of Local Program
Development and Coaches Education for Special Olympics Southern California.
As Host Towns, these four cities – El Segundo, Manhattan, Redondo and Hermosa - have the special
privilege of receiving and hosting 100 delegates each, consisting of athletes and coaches, for three days
before the opening ceremonies.
So this morning, we’re going to find out what it takes and what it means, to be a Host City for this
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