• 02:59

    APR Special event: JFK

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    Special APR event:

    Friday, November 21, 2014

    8:00 PM Eastern Time

    Calling all Patriots!

    We invite you to join us for a special AmericanPatriotRadio.com event Friday, November 21, 2014.  We will be doing a tribute to the memory of our 35th president, John F. Kennedy.

    We won’t be doing a rehash of the thousands of theories, yet to be fully explained, of the circumstances  surrounding his untimely death, but rather a celebration of his life,.

    We will be discussing his accomplishments, his great initiatives, his disappointments, and for sure what it was like living in the U.S.A. during his administration during those seemingly magical 1000 Days of Camelot!

    We will have audio clips and music and historical information that hopefully will bring you back to some good memories, in a time that most historians believe was the end of our innocence as a people and as a nation.

    Plan to join us to share a smile, shed a tear, and for those of us who were there over half a century ago,  just remember what it was like to experience the good feelings we had for the future.

    There are those who will still say on Saturday morning that time travel is impossible;  those are the people who obviously didn’t hear our show Friday night! LOL

    Don’t be one of those scientifically uninformed people, plan to join us and enjoy being transported back to a time when life was simpler and hearts were filled with hope and optimism for the future.

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  • 02:50

    Who's in Charge & APR Holiday Programs

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    Calling all Patriots:  We invite you to join us for another week of family holiday programming on www.AmericanPatriotRadio.com

    Monday December 8th

    8:00 PM ET

    The next installment of “Who’s in Charge?” goes live on the air with more solutions and more consumer alerts for the holiday season.

    Immediately following is Dr. Meola with more holiday children’s programming as he presents the next episodes of the “Adventures of Cinnamon Bear” and “Christmas on the Moon.”

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  • 02:44

    APR Night at the Movies

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    APR Night at the Movies

    Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 8:00 PM Eastern Time

    Calling all Patriots!

    We invite you to join us for a special AmericanPatriotRadio.com event sure to help you get over the midweek hump.  This Wednesday we are doing our first “Wednesdays at the Movies”

    This Wednesday and every Wednesday we will be presenting full length feature films that have been formatted with audio description for the visually impaired and specially adapted for radio. This once again restores radio back to its full potential as theater of the mind.

    This week’s presentation will be the Clint Eastwood classic Heart Break Ridge.

    We do issue the following warning:

    We are presenting this film as education, entertainment, and as a Veterans Day tribute to the many men and women, past and present, who have served our nation with honor and distinction.

    We need to let the listener know that:  This film is a gritty portrayal of the attitudes and discipline required to train and motivate an effective fighting force. 

    And as such , some of the language is frank, gritty, and as you would expect

    may not be appropriate for children or those who may find such language offensive.

    That all being mentioned it will be our pleasure to present this classic film.

    Plan to join us but we need to let you know:

    We won’t be selling popcorn at the door you need to bring your own! LOL

    See you at the movies.

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  • Children's Adventure Hour & APR Night at the Movie

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    Tonight’s Children’s Adventure Hour we have episodes 25-26 of both Cinnamon Bear and Christmas on the Moon.  Boys and Girls it’s the big night for our adventurers to finish up their quest in time for Christmas Day, can Jonathan Thomas and the Man in the Moon save Santa in time?  Will the Cinnamon Bear help get Jimmy and Judy’s Silver Star back home in time to place on top of the tree?  Tune in and we will find out together.


    Christmas Eve wouldn’t be the same without hearing the story of Mr. Scrooge,  A Christmas Carol and it’s APR Night at the Movie’s pleasure to air this very special story just for you and yours on this wondrous eve.

  • 00:16

    APR--October Show Announcements and Events.

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    This is a monthly "in-sho-mercial" on the the upcoming shows and series for October 2014. Jory will talk about the upcoming series "The Secret of Sleep", here on APR. This series will last all month long with a show on the introduction of the series, and then a show about "How to get a Good Nights Sleep", followed by an in depth sleep analysis by Jory himself. 

  • 00:32

    APR--Treating Childhood Depression.--Episode 11

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    Now back to regular scheduled shows, the new equipment is working great! In this episode, Jory will talk about childhood depression and how it is treated. Sub-topics will include the latest medicine for treatment, patient response to medicine, and overall prognosis in patients treated with anti-depressants. The show runs for 30 minutes and is subject to reschedule.

  • 02:35

    APR Night at the Movies

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    Wednesday December 10th

    8:00 PM ET

    Plan to join us for another evening of: “Wednesday Night at the Movies”, an American Patriot Radio Special Event. As we present another full length feature film that has been audio narrated and uniquely adapted for radio broadcast. This week’s film is National Lampoon's 1989 comedy classic, Christmas Vacation.

    Immediately following is Dr. Meola with more holiday children’s programming as he presents the next episodes of the “Adventures of Cinnamon Bear” and “Christmas on the Moon.”

  • 03:09

    APR Night at the Movies

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    Wednesday December 3, 2014, 8:00 PM:


    Our next installment of “Wednesday Night at the Movies” will be presenting the holiday classic It’s A Wonderful Life starring Jimmy Stewart. The narrator for this film volunteered to audio describe it for the visually impaired and we do thank him very much for that work. He also happens to be one of the past presidents of the United States, and we aren’t going to tell you his name, you will just have to join us to see who he is! (we will give you a little hint; he wasn’t particularly known for his great speaking voice and in fact comedians made fun of the way he sounded, but you will be blown away when you hear what a phenomenal job he did with this favorite family holiday classic.) “He literally brought the film alive for those who can’t see, and in doing so made it perfect for a radio presentation.” Mike DeZinno, Executive producer of American Patriot Radio (who happens to be blind) says Thank you, Mr. President. 

  • 00:29

    APR Series 2 of 3--How to Get a Good Nights Sleep.

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    Have you ever wondered how to get a good nights rest? In this second of three shows in an APR series, Jory will tell some of his secrets on how to do just that. Jory will talk about supplements, natural ways to fall asleep and stay asleep, as well as medical treatment for sleep ailments. Show runs for 30 minutes and is subject to cancellation and/or reschedule.

  • 02:59

    APR Thanksgiving Special

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    Join us for open mic and share with all your family traditions on this special day, as we share stories surrounding the Thanksgiving celebration and kick off your Christmas Holiday with some of our favorite music.  So crank up the volume as we play the music of the season to keep your entertained as you setup your tree, or hang with family. 

  • 03:07

    APR Night at the Movies

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    This week we are offering a holiday triple feature of entertainment for the entire family:

    Feature 1:

    Frosty The Snowman

    (“that old discarded magic hat” the kids found, that brought Frosty to life belonged to an evil magician who now wants his hat back, and who will do anything to get it! Starring Jimmy Durante)

    Feature 2:

    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

    (A timeless story that all kids can relate to.) What kid hasn’t at one time or another shared Rudolph’s feelings of being the odd one in the room.

    Feature 3:

    A Christmas Story

    (Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the '40's, dreams of owning that one special present that he must have or surely will explode, a “Red Rider BB gun.”) What kid young or old can’t relate to the feelings of wanting something so badly you can’t think of anything else?

    You were so obvious while you thought you were being so cleverly subtle as you manipulated and maneuvered

    every conversation or situation around as an opportunity to let everyone know what you wanted Santa to bring. This film is sure to bring back a lot of fond memories.

    We do offer the following notice: We are presenting these films as education, entertainment, and as a nostalgic somewhat historical tribute to the fond memories of our childhood days of innocence and faith in miracles.

    Plan to join us and as is our policy, we won’t be selling popcorn at the door you need to bring your own! LOL

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