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  • 00:17

    Actor/Director Colin Hanks

    in Movies

    Actor/Director Colin Hanks (Fargo, Life in Pieces) discusses his wonderful new documentary All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records.

  • 02:58

    Deb Callahan, Colin Linden, Crooked Eye Tommy & CKNM Dalannah & Owen

    in Music

    Show # 293 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"

    Deb Callahan sings blues soaked soul…or is it soul soaked blues? Either way, this Boston born songstress has been working audiences up and down the eastern seaboard for the last 20 years.  Her 5th album is entitled Sweet Soul and I get to sit with Deb and talk about her life and journey down the blues highway.

    Colin Linden is a singer, songwriter and producer who has worked with folks like Bruce Cockburn, Lucinda Williams, T-Bone Burnett, The Band, and Bob Dylan to name just a few. When Colin was 11 he met Howlin’ Wolf and his path was sealed.  His new album us entitled Rich In Love and Colin and I will explore his fantastic history and music.

    Out of SoCal comes the band Crooked Eye Tommy.  The band led by brothers Tommy & Paddy Marsh play twin guitar blues.  They made their way to the IBC in 2014 representing the Santa Barbara Blues Society and have not looked back.  Their album, Butterflies & Snakes is a solid collection of 11 originals. 

    Couch Kid New Music comes to us from Dalannah Bowen and her musical partner Owen Vebar.  Dalannah and Owen made their way to the IBC this past January and even with Dalannah battling food poisoning, they made t to the final stage, only to be denied when the illness prevented them from performing.  Yup...that good!  We will talk about their getting together, the IBC talem and their wonderful new album, Been Around A While.

  • 01:03

    On Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers are at the point of no return

    in Football

    On this edition of The Versus Podcast, it's time to have a 'Come to Jesus' moment about Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. Is Kaepernick's future with the franchise in question, or can this organization salvage the quarterback situation and make it work moving forward? 

    Also, the Oakland Raiders might not be a bad team this year. It's a celebration in the East Bay! Can the Fighting Derek Carr's keep it up? 

    Finally, we introduce Logan's Lounge onto the podcast, where we use the #AskTVP hashtag and answer absurd questions about Drake vs. Future vs. Meek Mill, blocking and more. 

  • 02:50

    Award Winning journalist Colin Flaherty On The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

    in News

    Join us tonight for an information packed show. In the first hour we will be discussing the latest news and current events followed in the second and third hour by our guest Colin Flaherty.  Colin Flaherty has guts, or courage, if you prefer. Equally important, he has done what nearly all investigative journalists have been unwilling to do. He has conducted a comprehensive and honest investigation into one of the most unreported and underreported threats to our society and culture.

    His latest book, Don’t Make The Black Kids Angry, The Hoax of Black Victimization and How We Enable It, is 468 pages long and contains 915 footnotes that document the extent of racial violence. More importantly, he exposes the deliberate censorship by the media and public officials of this threat that poses a grave danger to all of us.

    Here is the link to the listen live &  archive page. It contains the Live stream links at the top of the page and then the archives below.


    https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamKNEIN/featured   link to the youtube channel

    https://soundcloud.com/hagmann-hagmann-report  link to the soundcloud page

  • 00:34

    Colin Daymude- Systems for Marketing!

    in Business


    Topics we cover in this conversation:

    Why a system is important, even (or especially) for small businesses who don’t have any money to waste.
    How Henry Ford didn’t invent the automobile, but became successful by automating the process
    How “slacking off” after the sale is why businesses (and marriages!) often fail
    How most businesses become overwhelmed with the first three phases:

    The Eight Phases of the Perfect Customer Lifecycle

    Generating Interest
    Capturing Leads
    Educating and building trust
    Converting the lead
    Processing the sale
    Fulfilling,  “wowing” & educating
    Upselling and cross-selling
    Creating advocates (testimonials, referrals, continuing the relationship)

    Colin Daymude is an entrepreneur, national speaker, trainer, coach and author of 4 books and numerous industry white papers, Colin founded The Annual Mortgage Marketing Review Conference and was former CEO of the fastest growing training company in the US. Colin has personally and/or through Infusionsoft consulted with thousands of businesses and has been described as being on the “cutting edge as a speaker and marketing expert”.

    Colin coordinates partner relationships for Infusionsoft and understands entrepreneurs.

  • 01:27


    in Sports

    I have lived in Tampa, Fl for over 22 years and I am an avid sports fan. I do my research and get all the facts before I give my opinion. My passion is for all sports but the most important one to me is by far football. I have worked for the Tampa Tribune for 3 years, radio broadcasting, and even covered the Arena Football League. I have covered every sport from volleyball to the UFC and I look forward to bringing my years of sports experience to my new radio show. Like the great Herm Edwards said “ You play to win the game, Hello? You play to win the game. You don't play it to just play it. That's the great thing about sports: you play to win, and I don't care if you don't have any wins. You go play to win. When you start telling' me it doesn't matter, then retire. Get out! 'Cause it matters."

  • 00:31

    Dr. Colin Ellard on how our surroundings influence us and our well-being

    in Psychology

    Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, interviewing the luminaries of behavioral science.

    This week's very exciting show is on a subject that has a great deal of influence over us -- our environment -- that we tend to give very little thought.

    Luckily, cognitive neuroscientist Colin Ellard has done the work and thinking for us, and, on this show, will lay out the science of how the places we inhabit change our minds and bodies, and how we can use this knowledge to our benefit.

    His book we'll be discussing tonight, Places of the Heart: The Psychogeography of Everyday Life, was a Library of Science Book Club selection.

    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sun from 7-7:30 pm PT and 10-10:30 pm ET, here at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.

    And please support the show by buying my science-based, funny book, "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck"




  • 01:07

    Autism and Colin Brennan Music Sings at Art From The Heart Event, (2015)

    in Music

    In January 2012, Colin was invited to sing with Internationally famous Singer/Songwriter, Justin Hines at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre in Oakville, Ontario, Canada for the First Annual Art From The Heart Art Gallery Show and Event. It was then a Sold-Out Show with over 300 people in attendance. Fast Foward to three years and now in February 2015 Colin has been asked and invited by The Owner/Operator, (Sybil Rampen) to sing once again at this years Opening Event. There will be many Artists works on display and For-Sale by many Differently-Abled Artists from all over Canada. They come from all Spectrums, Autism, Down-Syndrome, Wheelchair, Blind, and more. These people all prove that having a so-called Disability does not mean one cannot produce beautiful works of Art. Colin is honoured to be part of this event by Singing two full length songs. He will be reading a brief prepared speech at first then he will sing in front of the gathered audience with "Alone in The Universe and Lets Go Fly a Kite." Colin will be selling his three CD's at the end of the show and 50% of all proceeds will be donated to Sybil Rampen for her programs to all future artists registered in her classes at her Art Centre. Today is also Super Bowl night, so no-one who wants to see the Big Game will miss it as today's show and songs will be from 2-5 p.m. and the game begins at 6 p.m. Eastern. Colin asked Justin Hines via e-mail if he will be able to attend but he has another pre-scheduled event to attend. It will be a great show! JOIN-US! Listen-In or call to be a guest! 1-714-888-7428 

    This is our 18th Radio Show since 2012 and we THANK all the 56,087 Listeners so far! 

  • 00:46

    Colin Gilmartin interviews Ziglar Certified Instructor Trenell Walker

    in Self Help

    Colin Gilmartin, Author of Dream Training, intervies Trenell Walker.

    At the tender age of 14, Trenell experienced a life-changing football injury, which resulted in paralysis from the neck down. The sport he loved, along with the future he envisioned, was taken away. His plan to use his athletic talents to retire his single mom was canceled. Trenell's self image was shattered like a piece of glass leaving him hopeless.

     What were meant to be his high school glory days turned to temporary defeat.  In Trenell's eyes temporary defeat does not mean permanent failure because "nothing beats a failure, but a try." Using the same determination and perseverance he had relied on as an athlete, Trenell shifted his sights from an athletic career to one of serving others. He's overcome what many would consider insurmountable odds and is accomplishing his goals, all the while inspiring others to never give. His faith, family's support and the TRENELL effect have contributed to his success.

    Trenell graduated from Sherman High School in May of 1999.  He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Rehabilitation Studies May 2005 from the University of North Texas (UNT).  Trenell attained a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Counseling at UNT August 8, 2008.  He is a certified rehabilitation counselor for Angels of Care Pediatric Medical Equipment and Supplies company. Trenell is also a Ziglar Legacy Certified trainer.

    This phenomenal young man has inspired people with and without disabilities, including students in elementary through college. His message of hope has empowered troubled teens, athletes, legislators and business owners to never quit. Do you know someone in need of hope? We all do. Let Trenell show you what to do when life pushes you 2 steps back so you can make a great comeback!

  • 02:23

    Niners like us

    in Sports

    Come join us as we have Denise & Raj from Niners empire organization joins us to talk Chicago Invasion plus as always 49ers football !

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Metalsmith and Owner of MeanderWorks, Marilyn Brogan

    in Art

    Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, August 27th at 3:00 pm PST is metalsmith and jewelry designer Marilyn Brogan, owner of Meader Works, in San Diego, CA. 


    Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging onto the chatroom at Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. 


    About Marilyn;


    My name is Marilyn Brogan and I’m the designer, maker and curator of Meander Works, a one-woman studio based in San Diego, California. Meander Works offers delicate, minimalist jewelry made from recycled gold and silver – and soon, a line of engagement rings and wedding bands featuring recycled and traceable diamonds.


    I deeply value and admire good craftsmanship and believe a design is only as good as its execution. Jewelry is an expression of both the maker and the wearer – the quality of the construction is essential to that collaboration. If a ring looks beautiful but it is poorly made, then it may not feel right, fit right, or last. I’m inspired by antique jewelry and love the function of heirlooms. Like the handmade Appalachian quilts passed down to me from my great-grandmother, fine jewelry tells a story across generations. When I finish a piece of jewelry, I see a story that’s just beginning.