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  • 00:15

    Milling About with Douglas Hodge

    in Entertainment

    Broadway star Douglas Hodge makes his directing debut on the great white way with Old Times starring Clive Owen, Eve Best, and Kelly Reilly. Douglas joins host Robin Milling, taking time out of his hectic schedule for tea and a chat.


    Douglas tells Robin how impressed he was with Clive Owen and company who brought their own memories of loved ones into Harold Pinter's play about jealousy and obsession. He says he would love to make the piece into a film if only he could get the rights to it; taking the cast onto the big screen and opening it up onto the streets of London.


    Never settling on one thing, Douglas is shooting Penny Dreadful as Inspector Bartholomew Rusk, in Ireland through March; busy 'chasing Josh Hartnett across the desert!' In between he's off to France to work on a French film. And musically he's keen on performing a couple of gigs, writing a new commissioned musical, as well as anticipating his own musical 'Meantime' in London.

  • 02:59

    Hodge Podge Friday

    in Current Events

    I doesnt matter what you want to say, We'll listen. So like Kool and the Gang, Get down on it!!!!!

  • 02:00

    "A Match Made in Hell" on "A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In 'Merica"

    in Politics

    Comedy + Telling the Truth = Reclaiming Our Nation
    Who says late night show hosts are the only ones that can use comedy to make you aware and tell you the truth about what truly is going on in our nation? We all know that mainstream media sure doesn’t.
    A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica hosts, and long time friends, Isa & Common Cal do the same thing, just a little more in-depth.
    Tonight’s episode topics include:
    • Trump and Palin a match made in hell
    Oh, who am I kidding in trying to outline a show? They never seem to follow it anyway.
    Just tune into A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica every Tuesday night, 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST on wakeupinmerica.com, jrevradio.com and Coffee Party USA Radio Network.
    Join in the conversation, share your thoughts and always ask a lot of questions.

  • 02:01

    "Real Journalists Come to Talk" on "A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up in 'Merica"

    in Politics

    Isa and Common Cal have their first guests of the New Year. Back by popular demand is Mnar Muhawesh, “Don’t get me started on Fox News”, of Mint Press News sharing exciting information about what the future holds in store for Mint Press News in 2016.  Also joining in on the conversation is Miko Peled talking about his new book.
    It is lining up to be an interesting and thought provoking show. Now follow along folks, Tuesday night’s episode of A Muslim & A Catholic will feature a very diverse cast, A Muslim, An Irish Catholic, A Jew, and a Palestinian. Being true journalists, Isa and Common Cal are willing to give you and tell you the truth about an issue from all points of view, unlike mainstream Media that will lie or just not even report a story, like the ISIS attack on Indonesia. That is right, it happened, yet mainstream media doesn’t want you to know, why?
    Listen live to A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica, Tuesday nights 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PST on wakeupinmerica.com, jrevradio.com and on Coffee Party USA Radio Network

  • 01:59

    "The State of the Union" on "A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up in 'Merica"

    in Politics

    Common Cal and Isa discuss, maybe even rant, current events taking place in ‘Merica and around the world. Tonight’s episode of A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica update the standoff in Oregon between the militia and the federal government. Is there an awakening of the people occurring? The shooting of a Philly police officer, supposedly in the name of Islam. Obama being voted the biggest gun runner ever. Why is it that they are asking that guns be taking away from we the people, yet those screaming the loudest for this to happen, have armed security teams and want them to remain as such? Human Slaves sue their traffickers. Refugees not welcome in Germany. Israel being sued for war crimes. The cost of war, both monetarily and in lives. Just like E.F. Hutton when Isa and Common Cal talk, (that is when Isa allows him to get in a word edgewise) you need and should listen. Listen Live at 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST to A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica, broadcast Tuesday nights on wakeupinmerica.com, jrevradio.com and the Coffee Party USA Radio Network. Listen Via: Computer: http://wakeupinmerica.com/live-show-2/ Mobile: http://wakeupinmerica.com/live-show/

  • 01:36

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Tank & August Rigo

    in Music

    While making his seventh full-length album, SLP2 [R&B Money/Atlantic Records], Tank posed a crucial question. “What does cutting edge R&B sound like in 2016?” he asks. He answered that question by crafting the long-awaited sequel to his influential 2007 opus, Sex, Love & Pain. That album not only provided a blueprint for the likes of Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and more, but it also debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and earned a Grammy Award nomination for “Best R&B Album,” while its #1 single “Please Don’t Go” became nominated for “Best R&B Male Vocal Performance.” Following 2014’s Stronger, Tank once again captured a creative spirit that resembled the process behind his seminal third body of work.As far as sequels go, Tank knew he had to go even bigger to make SLP2 the blockbuster audiences desired. In addition to cameos from Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men and Yo Gotti, he assembled a new West Coast anthem in the form of the Tank produced “Birthday” with a little help from Chris Brown, Problem, and Siya. He also teamed up with TGT collaborator and producer Brandon “BAM” Hodge to “help set the musical tone,” of this new project.

  • 00:30

    Author Theresa Hodge on "Conversations Of A Sistah"

    in Radio

    Join Host Tracy L. Bell, live at 6:30 PM EST on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she sits down with Auhor Theresa Hodge, who just released a multicultural best seller, "Noelle’s Rock" A BWWM Holiday Romance.


    Theresa Hodge is an Alabama native - loving mother, wife, sister, aunt and friend who loves to read almost as much as she loves to write fictional stories. She has found writing to be therapeutic, especially during the loss of her oldest sister from breast cancer, which birthed her first book series, Ask Me Again. If Theresa can bring a smile to your face and encourage someone else along her journey, she considers it a blessing beyond measure.


    Her first multicultural romance novel, was released on October 15, 2015.

  • 00:29

    07/15 Prowrestling.net Podcast - Nick "Magnus" Aldis Interview

    in Sports

    Global Force Wrestling's Nick "Magnus" Aldis joins Jason Powell to discuss why he left TNA, teaming with Samoa Joe and Doug Williams, working the July 24 GFW television tapings in Las Vegas, and much more (30:00)...


    Follow Nick "Magnus" Aldis online at Twitter.com/magnusofficial


    For more on the GFW television tapings and the upcoming tournament, visit GlobalForceWrestling.com

  • 00:31

    Jeryl F. Hodge Is Saving the Pages for Future Generations

    in Writing

    Jeryl F. Hodge’s book, Save the Pages for Future Generations, is of special value to her for a personal reason. She and her mother had a good relationship when her mother died at age 59. Although Jeryl thought about how much she valued her mother, she wanted to write about their lives. She believes some of the stories might help resolve old conflicts and promote understanding among family members.


    Jeryl takes a great deal of pride in recognizing the role of her late parents, Esmie and Charles Frazer, during the course of her life. In 2011, Jeryl was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 57 years old. She learned to manage her therapy throughout her life. Jeryl F. Hodge now loves to read, write, and collect information on the early history of the US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Her interest in the final was to write a book about her family history as it was in her homeland.


    Another reason for writing this book is that her mother told her about her experiences growing up in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and was not able to publish them. Jeryl recalled wonderful, often-forgotten experiences and have written them on paper since she retired.


    Jeryl, a native of Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands, grew up in Saint Thomas with her parents and in Tortola with her grandparents and aunts. A graduate of Charlotte Amalie High School, Jeryl lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

    A former employee with 38 years of employment with VITelCo (Virgin Islands Telephone Company), now Innovative Telephone Company, Jeryl is best recognized for singing with the eleven-o’clock choir at Christ Church Methodist. She is the wife of Irvine Hodge Sr. and a mother of two children, Irvine Jr. and Devin.


    Visit Jeryl at: http://www.savethepages.com/

  • 01:00

    Jeryl F. Hodge: Passing On Her Message

    in Self Help

    Jeryl F. Hodge is a native of Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands. She grew up in Saint Thomas with her parents and in Tortola with her grandparents and aunts. Jeryl F. Hodge is a graduate of Charlotte Amalie High School. She now lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida. She had worked at Vitelco, which is now Innovative Telephone Company, for 38 years. She is best recognized for singing locally in the eleven-o’clock choir at Christ Church Methodist. She is the wife of Irvine Hodge Sr. and a mother of two children, Irvine Jr. and Devin.


    Jeryl takes a great deal of pride in recognizing the role of her late parents, Esmie and Charles Frazer, during the course of her life. In 2011, Jeryl was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 57 years old. She learned to manage her therapy throughout her life. Jeryl F. Hodge now loves to read, write, and collect information on the early history of the US Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Her interest in the final was to write a book about her family history as it was in her homeland.


    Jeryl’s book, Save the Pages, is of special value to her for a personal reason. She and her mother had a good relationship when her mother died at age 59. Although Jeryl thought about how much she valued her mother, she wanted to write about their lives. She believes some of the stories might help resolve old conflicts and promote understanding among family members.
     
    Another reason for writing this book is that her mother told her about her experiences growing up in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and was not able to publish them. Jeryl recalled wonderful, often-forgotten experiences and have written them on paper since she retired.


    Visit Jeryl at: http://www.savethepages.com/


     

  • 00:30

    Do Ya Wanna Be A Wrestler, Kid? Radio Mario Galento part 1

    in Wrestling

    Join host Beau James as he takes you back to 1974 with rare audio of Mario on Memphis radio talking openly about pro wrestling. He goes public with his complaints about promoters and how he feels they have black balled him. 

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