• 00:24

    Radio Angola: Rogerio Cross fala Sobre as Eleições Presidenciais no Brasil

    in Radio

    A Radio Angola teve a oportunidade de entrevistar este sábado, dia 4 de Outubro, apartir de Washington, um jovem brasileiro  que reside no Belo Horizonte (Rogerio Cross) activista social e politico. Durante a entrevista, falomos sobre  as eleições Presidenciais no Brasil amanha e o ponto de vista dos candidatos sobre a política externa brasileira em relação à Angola. 


    Ouça a Radio Angola em qualquer parte do mundo pela web! A Radio Angola e' dos projectos da Friends of Angola: uma radio sem fronteiras, onde as suas openioes sao validas e respeitadas. Perguntas e sugestões devem ser enviadas por e-mail: info@friendsofangola.org.


    Radio Angola e um projeto da Friends of Angola


    Escute e fale connosco!

  • 00:43

    Remembering Victor Assis Brasil

    in Lifestyle

    In memory of a great musicians who passed away much soon. Victor Assis Brasil, the legendary young Brazilian saxophonist, and the bassist Antonio Alvaro Assumpcao (Nico).

  • 02:00

    O Patriota: Sobre o Fim do Brasil...

    in Politics Conservative

    Nesse programa, irei mostrar como o Brasil está se tornando uma Venezuela nas mãos do PT e como historicamente isso era previsível.
    NÃO EXISTE a figura do socialista moderado. Todos sabiam o que o PT queria quando chegou ao poder em 2002, mas não achavam que o partido estivesse falando sério. Pois é: era muito sério. Continua sendo.

  • 01:59

    Hebreus 10 - As congregações bíblicas \ Hebreus 10 - The Biblical congregations

    in Christianity

    Não deixando a nossa congregação, como é costume de alguns, antes admoestando-nos uns aos outros; e tanto mais, quanto vedes que se vai aproximando aquele dia. Hebreus 10:25
    Sábado, 28 de Fevereiro, 20h Portugal (14h Brasil)


    Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some, but exhorting one another; and the more, as ye see the day approaching. Hebrews 10:25
    Saturday, February 28th, 3pm EST \ 2pm CST \ 1pm MST \ 12pm PST - USA

  • 00:18

    Episode 52: The One That I Want

    in Soccer

    Godcast time! Blake Thomsen is also in the mix with the crew debating the United States national team's fitness, what it must do against Panama on Sunday, and how more internationals coming to MLS will affect young Americans pushing for spots.

  • 00:35

    CileneBosch

    in Music

    Cilene Bosch was born in Brasil, moved to Los Angeles at 4. She moved to Nashville in 1995, where her daughter attended college.  She worked in travel and hospitality, until she worked as marketing manager for Media Play a Big Box multi-entertainment retailer with stores nationwide and handled 11 stores, overseeing marking and promotions. She worked with music labels to drive sales, organized in-store point of purchase displays and events in collaboration with a video company, offering independent artists consignment in a retail environment, featuring a video of artists, looped on a TV near the display of their product. The concept was put in stores in a nine-bank screen display, countrywide. Many indies performed in the stores. Cilene received the Music Woman to Watch Award from Music Woman in Nashville. She founded Women of Music Music of Women (WMMW) that presented concerts, networking, showcases, media, radio play, retail sales of music, when there was no Facebook or YouTube. By connecting with international organization her members received radio play, interviews, and were hightlighted in her monthly newsletter that featured industry experts. In June 2000, she Voice Records became the WMMW record label. With 11 chapters in U.S. cities and abroad, the launch party was hosted at Warner Brothers Headquarters on Music Row. Cilene was Honorary Committee member of Donne de Musica in Rome, Italy, and three WMMW artists participated in their jubilee. Due to her father’s illness, Cilene closed WMMW in 2004, but she remains interested in supporting women in music.

  • 00:16

    Episode 51: Campbell's Soup Cans

    in Soccer

    Noah and Jon are joined by Seth Vertelney and the guys talk 3-5-2, a winless snap and try to forecast exactly how we'll look back.

  • 02:00

    O Patriota: Sobre a Dívida do Brasil e a Escravidão que nos Aguarda...

    in Politics Conservative

    Temas abordados no programa de hoje:


    1) Livro "Assassinato de Reputações", de Romeu Tuma Jr. As denúncias mais perigosas contidas no livro.


    2) Crise na Venezuela e possibilidade de transbordamento para o Brasil.


    Não percam!!!

  • 00:18

    Episode 50: Looking Shady

    in Soccer

    Guess who's back? We've create a monster with Noah Davis and Daryl Grove joining Jon Arnold to debate the United States' January camp strategy, Jozy Altidore's return to North America, and MLS' CBA. Tell a friend.

  • 01:06

    Destination Brazil.............Call 347-855-8802

    in Social Networking

    Today on "Living Off The Grid Radio" Charles Tyler is back with more information about international travel to South America. Our podcast today is titled "Destination Brazil".  As usual Charles and our call in audience will give us the details that we need to prepare for international travel. 


    Some of the topics covered are:



    Travel documents
    What is a Visa and how to get it
    Arranging for affordable lodging
    Getting affordable air fare
    Calls our radio audience and much, much more


    Make sure that you have pen and paper available to take notes and feel free to call in with your questions or comments.

  • 01:29

    LATE NIGHT WITH JOHNNY KUSH WITH TONIGHTS GUEST ACTOR VIVICIUS MACHADO

    in Comedy

    Born in Niteroi, Rio De Janeiro, Brasil, Vinicius grew up in Orlando, Florida. An early love of performing birthed from dancing Capoeira (Brazilian Martial Arts) led to major roles in local theater productions, commercials, and feature films. His passion and talent eventually brought him to Los Angeles, where he immediately found success on Nickelodeons hit series "Neds' Declassified School Survival Guide". Other roles and projects quickly followed. 

    He has had roles in many prime time Television Shows, including; Cold Case, CSI Miami, NCIS, Flash Forward, The Shield, General Hospital, to name a few.

    On the big screen, Vinicius hilariously played a valet attendant in the box office blockbuster comedy Get Smart, Starring Steve Carell.

    Currently, Vinicius plays the controversial role of Nomar Arcielo on Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's new Television series for Starz POWER, now picked up for a second season. Vinicius also produces and writes - many of his self produced, self written projects are already completed and available for viewing online, while others are in development, and some are being filmed now.

    When not working, Vinicius spends his time with his three kids and wife, living the life they always dreamed of together. He supports Feed The Children, and Vision for the World.

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