• 01:41

    Gary Lynn Hodges Drummer Buckingham Nicks

    in Entertainment

    This week we welcome Gary "Hoppy" Lynn Hodges drummer on the legendary album "Buckingham Nicks"  Gary will be sharing stories of working with Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac as well as other great musical legends like Stevie Ray Vaughn as well as sharing a few of his new tracks with us.      
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    Finally contributors, Rev Mike from Chesapeake Cigar will join us at 9:30 to discuss all things "Mancave" then at 9:45, my friend Chef Donna Desfor from Fox TV Harrisburg is going to tantalize your taste buds with Food and Wine tips!                                                              Make sure to call In!

  • 00:50

    The Bigger Picture with Timothy Spangler: Dec 14 Hour 1

    in Politics Conservative

    Kim Kardashian is going to Saudi Arabia!

    Rumors are circulating that she has accepted a longstanding invitation from a Saudi prince to spend an evening with him in exchange for $1 million.

    An indecent proposal, perhaps? 

    Although a frequent visitor to glitzy Dubai, Kim's other trips to the region have not always gone well. In 2012, a trip to Bahrain to open a milkshake franchise sparked protests, with police firing tear gas to break up the demonstrations.

    Let's just hope that Kim remembers to pack her abaya. We don't want her to violate the strict Saudi dress codes!

    Meanwhile, the world continued to lurch from one ridiculous story to another:

    * A surprise has been found in Queen Elizabeth's garden at Buckingham Palace: magic mushrooms!

    * A Tokyo restaurant announced couples will not be welcome at the eatery on Christmas Eve because the sight of them would make single customers feel lonely.

    * A Scottish police officer attempting to make an arrest on a farm had to call for backup due to his fear of cows.

    * Authorities in New Zealand announced they seized a haul of imported moist towelettes that were found to be soaked in about a gallon of liquid meth.

    * A pair of Egyptian men are highlighting the struggles of Cairo residents with a photo project featuring Spider-Man tackling everyday activities.


  • 00:42

    Hakeem Nicks' leg was no amputated

    in Sports

    Fantasy Football Episode 1.5: host Matt Kelley laments mock drafts. Shocking admission about Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks' bout with compartment syndrome. Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson has a tough wide receiver decision make in 2015.

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  • 00:26

    History of Cliveden House - Waldorf Astor Estate Taplow Birkshire UK England

    in Travel

    History of Cliveden House - Waldorf Astor Estate Taplow Birkshire UK England

    During this interview, Bruce Oliver, host of the Cruise with Bruce show interviews Michael Chaloner, a historian for the Cliveden House in Taplow Birkshire England. The Cliveden dates all the way back to the 1600's when the 2nd Duke of Buckingham built the original House on the terrace. It was built as a hunting lodge to entertain mistress and friends.

    Over the centuries it has been maintained as a Manor House and Hotel for everyone from Buckingham to the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland,Duke of Westminster and most well known to people in the United States William Waldorf Astor and his son and wife Waldorf and Nancy Astor. When the Astors moved in 1893 they used their wealth to update and modernize the property.

    Everyone from Churchill to Chaplin, Lawrence to Lennon. Several Kings and Queens of England have been to known to visit the property over the centuries. Today the Cliveden continues to be a place that people visit from all over the world.

    If you'd like to be treated like a Lord or Lady then you need to stay at the Cliveden House. When you book through my agency you will be granted special access. For info click here: http://TravelURL.Net/info-request

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    Full Afternoon Tea, per Person, per Stay
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  • 00:57

    Interview with Meredith Shaw

    in Music

    “At 14 I booked myself into a studio and recorded a demo and it was sent to a producer in Nashville. He liked it and I flew back and forth to Nashville a few times. So Nashville was the very first place I ever made music in a studio,” Toronto's Meredith Shaw explains. “And I know I have come back to this place very naturally. Every moment of putting these new songs together has felt right. I just feel very at ease and at home.”

    Her passion for country music was rekindled over the past few years through writing trips back down to Nashville, working with The Stellas and Carolyn Dawn Johnson - among others. Meredith's debut country single is called Better Than This - a song she co-wrote.

    “For much of the past couple of years most of the people I was writing with, talking with, and dealing with on a regular basis were in country music. I know I am in the right place,” she said adding that she has always been drawn to female singers who not only had powerful voices but powerful personalities, regardless of their genre citing the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Stevie Nicks, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride and fellow Canadians Shania Twain and CDJ as key role models.

    Songwriter/producer Jeff Johnson has been brought in to produce the music that will eventually become Meredith’s debut country music album. His track record with breakthrough acts like Wes Mack, and his writing credits with Dallas Smith, Madeline Merlo and Small Town Pistols impressed her.

    Meredith is the host of the top-rated weekend radio show in Toronto on boom 97.3, a model with a number of successful national campaigns to her name, a business owner of a gift and custom greeting card company, and a philanthropist who started the Girls Who Believe Festival to help girls and young women reach their fullest potential through affirmation and mentorship.

  • 00:38

    The Romero Factor: Episode 7 "Seasonal Crossroads"

    in Sports

    This week Romero talks about the crossroads the Colts have come to and where they go from here. Romero also answers the question on if the Colts should sign Ray Rice and what Shaun Phillips might bring to the table. All this plus some Pacers and NBA talk and your calls live on the Romero Factor!

  • 00:37

    Are You Doing The Best That You Can? "Washed Up"? Think Again

    in Motivation

    There are times that we all feel that we are "washed up". The truth is, no matter what you have been through, no matter what you are going through, it is important to reflect on your life. This is essential to inspire others. On this unscripted episode, you will hear JP's personal journey and what it felt like to go from Penthouse to Poorhouse to Simple Living. Become inspired to share your own story. If you reach one person, you have achieved success. 

    Follow Joshua-Paul on twitter @joshuapaulshow

    Get access to years of selected past shows and current shows easily by using iTunes. It's free: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joshua-paul-show/id421097290?mt=2

  • 00:55

    Carl Nicks, Adrian Clayborn and Training Camp Vines

    in Sports

    The Buccaneers have only been practicing for one weekend, and there have been big changes and revelations at One Buccaneer place. Ken and Leo are here to talk about everything and sort out where the team is headed.

    The guys talk about Carl Nicks' departure and how the offensive line looks in the early days of training camp. Can the Bucs recover from the loss of their All-Pro guard, and what kind of scheme will the team be running along the line under new offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford?

    The topic then switches to the rest of training camp, as Leo breaks down the quarterback battle, the depth at receiver, and what to make of the cornerback depth chart based on what's happened in practice so far.

    And finally, we answer a reader comment with a request for discussion about Adrian Clayborn, and consider how he fits in a make-or-break season in Tampa.

  • 01:27


    in Politics

    Special Guest Craig Buckingham, DA Sheriff candidate.

  • 00:31

    The Giants Beat Podcast Week 9 Preview: Colts (5-3) @ Giants (3-4)

    in Football

    Join David Aitken, Aaron Yorke and Pro Football Focus fantasy analyst and Fox Sports contributor Dan Schneier as they welcome Scout.com Colts reporter Phillip B. Wilson on to the show to discuss Big Blue's Monday Night Football matchup with the AFC South leading Colts. Other storylines involve the Giants welcoming back Super Bowl contributors Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks, as well as this MNF matchup marking the beginning of an incredibly tough four game stretch that is likely to define New York's season. Also, Dan Schneier and Aaron Yorke discuss their fantasy do's and don't's for this game. 

  • 00:38

    Deborah Buckingham and Nourishments: Food for the Soul

    in Christianity

    Do you desire an intimate relationship with your Creator, but feel alone and empty? If you are struggling to feel loved and adored by your Lord, to trust Him and walk with Him in that inner, sacred place of intimacy, then Nourishments is for you! Nourishments is a daily, biblical devotional created to fulfill a hunger deep within for more, more of Him. Each of the 260 devotional segments is designed to lead the surrendered and seeking heart into a closer, more intimate relationship with Abba God. The devotional segments are meant to be read Monday through Friday, leaving Saturday and Sunday to dig deeper on your own, catch up on any devotionals you missed through the week, and attend church.

    Nourishments was inspired by the “nourishments” that Deborah would give her kids, index cards on which she would write inspirational messages and place them in her children’s lunch boxes. "Sometimes the index card got thrown away along with the apple without being read, but many other times they would share with me later in the evening how the 'nourishment' spoke to them. In high school, my son would often tell me his friends would ask to hear the 'nourishment' of the day around the lunch table."

    "My prayer is that the words found within the book will nourish your soul in such a way that you will thirst and hunger for more, more of Him," she says. Please come and sit at His feasting table and let Him nourish your soul!

    Go to http://www.nourishments.org/  and download or order your copy of Nourishments: Food for the Soul!

    Featured Songs:
    Come Away (Live) by Jesus Culture
    Abba Father by Klaus (feat Kari Jobe)

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