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The Truth About Israel featuring R Rosenblum.
Olivia Zemor is the co-founder and leader of EuroPalestine, a group dedicated to peace and justice for the Palestinian people. We speak to Olivia about her campaigns and the future for the Palestinian people.
If you want some more information about EuroPalestine, you can check out some video's on their campaigns at; www.europalestine.com
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Singer/songwriter Stephen 'Bish' Bishop, best known for top of the chart hits like 'On And On,' 'Separate Lives,' and the theme from Tootsie, 'It Might Be You,' joins host Robin Milling to play and chat about his new album Be Here Then. A fanatical Beatles fan since seeing them on The Ed Sullivan Show, Stephen tells Robin about his dream of being asked to join the group by John and Paul!
Stephen has come a long way since going door to door to music publishers playing them his music in hopes of getting signed. He tells Robin he even gave Barbra Streisand and her then beau, Jon Peters a private concert in her home when they were shopping for A Star Is Born songs. 'They made out on the couch and I sang songs!'
Stephen performs the first single, 'Pretty Baby,' from his new CD, a beautiful acoustic version of 'Separate Lives,' which was covered by Phil Collins and Marilyn Martin, confirming it was written about his break-up with Indiana Jones actress Karen Allen. Writing songs since he was 13 there is one he didn't write, It Might Be You, which he sung for the film Tootsie, and performs here. Stephen also reveals his hidden talents doing a mean Billie Holiday impression.
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March in March organized a series of peaceful demonstrations around Australia in recent weeks in protest against Australian government policies. Brisbane organiser Matthew Donovan discusses the groups goals and the extreme reaction of the mainstream media to the demonstartions.
Also, we discuss another bizarre week in Australian politics and we look at what the Israel government has been upto in recent weeks.
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Jonatha Brooke, currently starring in My Mother Has 4 Noses at the Duke Theater in New York City joins host Robin Milling. Jonatha tells Robin her mother who had four prosthetic noses, ('one for each season,') due to skin cancer, inspired her to write the piece which is filled with tremendously uplifting stories told through song and monologues. It's a Kleenex box worth of tears but you will also laugh along with Jonatha as she relates her journey helping her mother through her declining dementia. In fact the show has inspired so many people to tell their story of sorrow and loss that Jonatha has set up a virtual memory wall on www.fournoses.org for people to share.
A singer, songwriter who toured concert halls for almost 25 years, Jonatha says she comes from a musical family where her father played trumpet and her mother 'played piano rather badly but was passionate about music.' The show is a 'mom and pop operation' produced by her manager/husband Patrick Rains. Jonatha performs select songs from the show including The Wind, How Far You Go For Love, and Scars.
Don't miss this show! It's a universal story where even celebrities can empathize. Edie Falco and Bill Irwin came to the show and cried, sharing their stories afterward with Jonatha. And sometimes she pretends Meryl Streep is sitting in the audience because, 'she's got a great nose and mom would've loved her nose!'
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Join us tonight for another informative and entertaining show dedicated to the wine industry.
Hosted by Ron Hunt, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery in Land O' Lakes, Florida.
Call the show and talk about wine on-air by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show, or email the show anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Truth About Israel featuring R Rosenblum. Operation Cast Lead - military operation OR massacre !!! Lets look at the facts. If you would like to read further material on today's subject - Operation Cast Lead, here are the links to some articles/essay's you might like to read; http://mitchellplitnick.com/2011/02/08did-israel-provoke-increase-in-rockets-to-justify-operation-cast-lead http://mahmoodnaji.wordpress.com/2012/07/31gaza-war-separating-fact-from-fiction/ wwww.icawi.
Milling About visits The Evergreen Inn Bed & Breakfast in Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey. Dating back to 1873, it was once a stagecoach stop. Innkeeper Laurie runs the inn like she's hosting a dinner party or hanging with friends at the local Jersey Shore pub. A great storyteller, she entertains her guests at breakfast. If you're still sleeping or even slightly hung over she is the perfect wake-up call! Her juice glasses are on a slant to confuse you even more. She says, 'it
Apologies for the show this week. We did intend to do an interview on the BDS movement but unfortunately we had some technical difficulties. On this show this week we caught up with all the correspondence and then we re-visit over first show - the so called 'creation' of Israel by the United Nations. We apologise again about the technical problems but these were unaviodable this week.
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 bride
Milling About visits Hotel Zero 1 in Montreal, Canada. Senior Marketing Manager Michele Cantin tells host Robin Milling it's an ideal location just steps away from Chinatown and the cultural district Quarter des Spectacles, ripe with art, music and food festivals. For sightseers the Old City and the Old Port are a short walk away. This chic boutique-style property was once home to students attending nearby University of Quebec. The walls are concrete so the renovation focused on the 163 ro
The Truth About Israel featuring R Rosenblum. Is Israel an apartheid state? We're talking to Frances Remillard from the ICAHD-USA on this subject on the show this week. If you would like to read further material on today's interview with Frances ReMillard, here are some links; original.antiwar.com/.../goliath-the-book-that-may-delegitimize-israelsap www.keghart.com/Mandela-Palestine http://iacknowledge.net/american-would-not-support-israel-if-they-knew-it-was-an-apartheid-state/
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