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  • 01:02

    Peter Atkins joins Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!

    in Books

    Peter Atkins is the author of the novels Morningstar, Big Thunder, and Moontown and the screenplays Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III, Hellraiser IV, and Wishmaster. His short fiction has appeared in such anthologies as The Museum of Horrors, Dark Delicacies II, Hellbound Hearts, Gutshot, and The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes and has been selected eight times for one or more of the various ‘Year’s Best’ anthologies. He can be found on the web at: peteratkins.blogspot.com

    Visit Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross at their websites

    This is a copyrighted trademarked pocast owned solely by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network


    in Entertainment

    Special Host Dr Mary Barrett is a Psychic Medium & Spiritual Advisor at Dreamwalker Productions LLC and Psychic Medium/Master Hypnotist at Dreamwalker Productions

    Join Mary every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 8pm eastern time with her special guests on Take 2 Radio!

    Mary's guest on Friday, Aug. 14th is Phillip Scarff of Paranormal Investigators of Knox County Illinois

    Paranormal Investigators of Knox County Illinois is a non-profit paranormal investigation group dedicated to the scientific and analytical evaluation of paranormal anomalies. All investigations are free of charge.

    Who is or what is PIKCI? (Pronounced pixie.) PIKCI is a group of paranormal investigators founded 1999/2000 in an effort to explain the “What was that” question. ie: Video and photographic anomalies. Bumps in the night. Voices that seem to come out of nowhere and so on. We use scientific methodology and analytical thinking in an attempt to explain the unexplained. But more importantly we apply common sense.

    Within the realm paranormal investigation, 90% of what is labeled paranormal can be explained using scientific methods and reason. The remaining percent can be broken down if you just use the process of elimination. Anything left over falls within the category of paranormal. Thus the reason for our existence. Documentation.

    Mary will be doing readings after she speaks with her guest so call in if you'd like a reading! 1-718-506-1540 press 1

  • 01:00

    Challenging the Rhetoric with Cheri Roberts - Show #11

    in News

    Join Cheri Roberts and special guest, DC National Security Attorney, Mark Zaid on #TheGRILL Wednesday, January 6th @6pm PST/9pm EST on Challenging the Rhetoric for an engaging discussion on the so-called 'stand-off' in Oregon, domestic terrorism, the Constitution and the law and of course ... propaganda. Please call-in or join us in the chatroom during the LIVE show. CALL-IN TO THE LIVE SHOW @ (646) 787-1790

    CTR Website -- SOS Website -- TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed -- @SOSRadioShow -- CTR Facebook -- SOS Facebook

    #CTR - #TheGrill - #LOTW - #SOS - #OregonStandoff

    No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies. 

    Also, don't forget the new 2-hour round-table series, "Sickness of Silence" (#SOS) tackling the problem of child sexual abuse (CSA) every First Thursdays @5pm PST/8pm EDT. next is February 4th.. 

  • 00:55

    Keeping It Fair & Balanced January 3

    in Current Events

    Discussion show with Arlene, Clive & Ray

  • 00:33

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Dustin Michael & James Lee Taylor

    in Music



    James Lee Taylor is an English-born, Los Angeles-based actor and writer, born and raised on the beaches of Canvey Island in Essex. His father a comedian and his mother a successful model, James was born with entertainment in his blood.  He started modelling at age 15, working with Nivea, Valentino and the coveted Calvin Klein to name just a few, and signed with IMG and Select Model Management.  After a decade of modelling, James was introduced to the world of the stage and immediately discovered that acting was his true passion. After honing his craft with the world famous Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, James went on to land the lead roles in two major off-Broadway shows, The Tiger and Tesla.  Testing his skills on short film Deep Water, James realised he was most at home on camera. In January 2014, James made the jump out to Los Angeles and signed with Innovative Artists, Schumacher Management and Core MGMT.  His commitment to his new path was immediately rewarded when he became the face of the Three Olives Vodka, taking over from brand ambassador Clive Owen.  The mesmerising ‘Werewolf of London’ campaign earned James his heartthrob status, which then led to him being cast in BET Network’s Being Mary Jane.  His recurring role as Gabrielle Union’s love interest is an exciting and developing story which we look forward to exploring...

  • 02:08


    in Pop Culture

    *Celebrating 2 Years on Air & over 200 Episodes!*

    @MYREALTALKRADIO interviews Singer/Songwriter: Angie Stone & #MyRealTalkRadioSpotlight Artist: Demetri.

    Grammy nominated singer Angie Stone is one of those artists with a Midas touch. Her buttery smooth honey-toned pipes, undeniable gritty soulfulness and epic songwriting talents have been called upon by everyone from Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, D'Angelo, Alicia Keys and Lenny Kravitz, to name a few. Rolling Stone Magazine once declared, "When soul music was in the lost and found, she came along to claim it." It is this belief that has made Stone the go-to woman for three different record labels when they were creating a new sound and vision. In the 70s, it was Angie Stone who helped to define the sound of the now legendary Sugar Hill Records as a member of the first recorded female rap group, Sequence. Their hit, "Funk You Up," is a classic that gets folks moving to this day! Fast forward, Clive Davis tapped Stone's iconic sound in the early 2000s, when he launched J Records. She recorded her gold-selling Mahogany Soul for the label and Stone Love. The in- demand Renaissance woman moves seamlessly from the studio and stage (she's starred on Broadway) to television and silver screen without missing a beat. A legend in this tough business, Angie Stone stands in a class by herself.

    #MyRealTalkRadio #UnsignedArtistSpotlight Artist: Demetri

    Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/GooglePlus/MixCloud: @MyRealTalkRadio

    Jamel- Twitter: @L3TM3LIV3 Instagram: @L3TM3LIVE

    TUNEIN APP: #MyRealTalkRadio Show

    Derrick Dwayne: Twitter/Instagram: @MrLngHairDntCrr


  • 00:02

    Hot Tubs West Des Moines | Infrared Sauna Dealer in Iowa

    in Health

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    3 Easy Stress Busting Techniques 
    Stress has a tremendous impact on just about everyone. Here are three simple, easy to employ stress busters that will find you calm, cool and collected in no time. 

    Maintain a Healthy Work-Life Balance 
    It’s a challenge to prioritize stress management, and sometimes it takes a back seat to handling the responsibilities of daily life. Understand the value in working quality personal time into a busy schedule and stress will decrease naturally.

    Focus on the Positive 
    Believe it or not, simply making an attitude adjustment can alleviate a significant amount of elevated stress. Making a concerted effort to not dwell on the mishaps can go a long way in reducing stress levels long term. 

    Soak Away Tension in a Hot Tub 
    Heat is naturally soothing, but coupled with massage, a dip in a hot tub is an easy, convenient stress management technique. With consistent use, years of built up tension and stress melt away.
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  • 01:01

    Keeping It Fair & Balanced December 13

    in Current Events

    This show is based on discussion in the group Fair & Balanced, its hosted by Arlene, Clive & George

  • 00:58

    Keeping It Fair & Balanced Dec 6

    in Current Events

    Keeping it Fair & Balance focuses on topic in the group fair and balanced it is hosted by Arlene Perier, Ray Williams and Clive Mortley.

  • 00:24

    Milling About with Narada Michael Walden

    in Entertainment

    Narada Michael Walden grew up as Michael in Kalamazoo, Michigan in a house filled with music always playing. He would beat along on pie tins and table tops, and at five years old when he received his first Toyland drum kit, that set his musical path. Fast forward to 19 when he was discovered by John McLaughlin who introduced him to his guru, giving him the name 'Narada' which means supreme musician. That set his spiritual path.

    Producing pop music was just an extension of Narada's listening to what was hot coming up in Michigan, from 'Motown to Johnny Mathis and everything in-between.' He tells Robin how 12 year-old Stacy Lattisaw was his first big break as a producer; putting her and him on the map with Let Me Be Your Angel. He recalls, 'And then my phone started ringing from Clive Davis and you name it. Will you produce this person and this one? And I said yes to everybody. I blew up!'

    Narada treats Robin to stories about some of the incredibly talented artists he's worked with over the years including Elton John, Sting and his Rainforest productions, Lionel Richie, Barbra Streisand and Whitney Houston; to name a few. He also talks about his new album Evolution and says the songs were inspired by the changes in him since fatherhood.

  • 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.