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The program all about TV. Our guests: Roxann Dawson, episodic TV director (and former Star Trek: Voyager co-star), whose credits include the first three episodes of Mercy Street, PBS's new drama series that starts January 17; Karla Cavalli, host of Planet Primetime, Travel Channel's new series exploring the most unusual TV series around the world, which launches January 19, and Katie Newman and Kieran Bew, co-creator/executive producer and co-star of Beowulf, Esquire Network's second original drama series, coming January 23.
Is America Doing Enough To Support Israel?
Managing Editor of Epic Times.com
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
David Swanson is the author of “When the World Outlawed War,” “War Is a Lie” and “Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency.” He just wrote the piece “The UN: Pretending to Oppose War for 70 Years.”
Professor Richard Scott Nokes returns to our broadcast to discuss the upcoming Beowulf movie. Joining him is Alexis Fajardo, the creator the Kid Beowulf comic. Kid Beowulf chronicles the adventures of a young Beowulf and alters certain elements of the Beowulf myth. In Alexis tale, Beowulf and Grendel are brothers.
Daniel Carlsen is the leader of the Party of the Danes (Danskernes Parti)
Still in his early 20's, Daniel has served in the Danish Army and overcome Political Persecution in his homeland of Denmark.
The Party of the Danes challenges Right Wing Popularism, which has failed Denmark, and calls for all non Westerners to be Repatriated.
Daniel Carlsen speaks at Vision Europa 2013 Link
In Greenland, Melting Ice Caps May Actually Be a Good Thing Video
Baba Brinkman is a Canadian rap artist, award-winning playwright, and former tree-planter who has personally planted more than one million trees.
The Rap Guide to Evolution (“Astonishing and brilliant” NY Times), Baba’s first album, in his series of “Rap Guides”, won a Scotsman Fringe First Award and a Drama Desk Award nomination, and was featured on US national TV on The Rachel Maddow Show and at the Seattle Science Festival opening for Stephen Hawking. In 2014 the show enjoyed a sold-out week at the Sydney Opera House. Brinkman is also a pioneer in the genre of "lit-hop" or literary hip-hop, known for his adaptations of The Canterbury Tales, Beowulf, and Gilgamesh. He has performed at a number of renowned venues and events including WNYC’s “Sound Check”, NPR, and various TED Talks. He is a recent recipient of the National Center for Science Education's "Friend of Darwin Award" for his efforts to improve the public understanding of evolutionary biology.
Wilderness needs more wild people- so we’re cranking up the wild music to expand our community! Won’t you throw your wild voice into the mix?
Though rap & hip-hop music may not be for everyone, this project is aimed at reaching out to a totally new demographic of people outside of our wilderness community. We asked ourselves…how does one communicate the importance of wilderness to someone?
Rap Guide to Wilderness
The Wild Foundation
On Thursday October 9th 2014 the hermetic hour with host Poke Runyon
will present a discussion on the mysterious nanessene document featured
in Hippolytus's influential refutation of all brassieres. Everybody loves a secret document especially if it is ancient and reveals secrets, and the good bishop hippolytus had a real doozie in his perported Nanssene Gnostic sermon, which forms chapter five of his marvelous refutation of all heresies which before Ng Hammadi yielded much of our knowledge of what the Gnostics were actually preaching. This Nanssene Gnostic sect is according to the good bishop venerating the cosmic serpent hydra draco et all there are several. but they are mainly trying to do is equate the Christian passion and resurrection with a series of ancient dying gods from Osiris pesephone to Adonis Phoenician and Attis
Anatolian and establish Jesus as the last of the year kings or green men
of antiquity. Fortunately Hippolytus provides us with a full transcript of his copy like Beowulf his original has suffered rewrite by both Jewish and Christian editiors in attempts like making Grendal a descendant of Cain to add Old testament prophecy and New Testament symbolism into the otherwise pagan dying god theme.The Nanessene document has influanced many modern occult writers For us in the O.T.A. the main inspiration for our seasonal cermonies besides the Ras Shamrah tablets was Jessie Weston's From Ritual to Romance (1920) which owes much to the Nanssenes. So if you want to find out where the Holy Grail's first holy blood came from tune in and we'll open the old bishop's secret book.
The Librarian host, Tabatha Pope, welcomes Indie Goddess, Belle Whittington to the show for a chat about Belle's new release, MONARCH and the romance in her Young Adult Science Fiction Cicada Series.
Belle was raised in deep East Texas. She now resides somewhere north of Houston, Texas in a small inconsequential town with the smallest, most inconsequential name. She studied literature and history at University of Houston where Beowulf, Shakespeare’s works, and the history of the Vikings were her favorite topics. Find out more about Belle at her website http://bellewhittington.com/.
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Today on the Total Education/BeachLifestyle Celebrity Segment , Host Neil Haley The Total Tutor will interview Star from ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition!
John Littlefield is an actor, and carpenter. John is best known for his role in the hit TV show: ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, as one of the main carpenters for the show! He has also been in other shows, such as: Dexter, Desperate Housewives, NCIS, and many more! Some of the movies John has appeared in include: Hulk, Fracture, and Beowulf!
Today on the show, John & Neil will talk about the experiences John had on the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition!
While in the Army, Perry qualified for the elite athlete program for tae kwon do, where he traveled and fought in competitions around the world. Upon completing his military service, Perry pursued a stunt career in the motion picture business in the early 90's.Perry's career and great reputation quickly took off, and he won numerous awards for his work as a stuntman. He has had the opportunity to work on over 100 feature films in 26 countries. As a result of his visionary eye towards action, his extensive camera knowledge, and his innovative approach to choreography, Perry has become one of the most sought after stunt coordinators and fight choreographers in the business. His recent work designing stunt and fight action includes films such as:Django Unchained, Warrior, Argo, and Wolverine. Perry is a member of the Directors Guild of America, and has also directed action units on numerous films to date. Credits: The Expendables 3, Divergent, Homefront, Oldboy, Ender's Game After Earth, Total Recall, Underworld, The Green Hornet, The Adventures Of Tintin, Iron Man, Beowulf to name but a few. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview Actress Leslie Zemeckis!
Leslie Zemeckis has appeared in many great movies & TV Shows throughout her career! Some of the biggest hits she has appeared in includes, The Polar Express, and animated feature, starring Tom Hanks! Leslie has also been in the Feature Film “Beowulf”. Leslie has also directed and produced a documentary about Burlesque called “Behind the Burly Q”.
Phil returns from the Starz Denver Film Festival, where his film “Karl Rove, I Love You!” had it’s world premiere. Listen to his “mile-highlights”. The writers strike in Hollywood continues – see what’s developed. Dean and Phil have a polite disagreement about “Beowulf”. Enjoy!