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Stephen Olsson is the creator, producer and director of Global Spirit, and a number of original television series and documentary films. His work has received television’s three highest honors: the National Emmy Award for Outstanding Director, the du-Pont Columbia Award for excellence in broadcast journalism, and the George Foster Peabody Award. His films and series have addressed issues such as war, race relations, global development, immigration, human consciousness and other topics, and have been broadcast on the BBC, CBS, NBC, National Geographic, PBS, CBC, Canal+, Arte, TV Asahi, TV Globo and others.
Stephen was a co-founder of the national satellite channel, Link TV, where he served for nine years as VP of Original Programming, and created, produced and directed a number of television series, including the Peabody Award-winning "Mosaic: World News from the Middle East", "Spotlight", "Bridge to Iran", "Lunch with Bokara”, and "The Active Opposition", featuring guests including: Walter Cronkite, Willy Nelson, Sean Penn, Noam Chomsky, Harry Belafonte, H.H. the Dalai Lama, John Cleese and others. Along with producing the Global Spirit series,
he is also producing a film and website (www.OneThroughLove.org) on the life, poetry and teachings Persian poet Jalaluddin Rumi. He holds graduate degrees in Anthropology and Communications, and has worked and studied the cultures and spiritual traditions in India, Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia, Bolivia, Thailand and other countries.
A conversation with Jack Stanley, the former Curator and Executive Director of the Thomas Alva Edison Menlo Park (NJ) Museum. We will gets Jack's insightful perspective on the Thomas Edison story and his interesting working in preserving and telling this wonderful story.
He also started Thomas Alva Edison Recording Project (July 1999) to record great individuals of the twentieth century on original Edison equipment, circa 1910, on wax cylinders. Recordings include President Gerald R. Ford, Buzz Aldrin, Walter Cronkite and Tony Randall.
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In the month of June, the LGBT community turns its thoughts gay pride month and parades. How did two iconic figures of the 1960s, Walter Cronkite and Judy Garland, play a role in the birth of the modern Gay rights movement through Stonewall and beyond? Today on A Thousand Moms Talk.
Welcome to our podcast for June 4, 2011. I am Dave Balog, information person for A Thousand Moms: Building Community Support for LGBT/Q Youth in Foster/Adoptive Care. Pull up a chair, settle in and listen to our discussion. Thank you for tuning in.
(This is being rescheduled for 10/15 due to technical difficulties. Skype is being a problem.)
Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Mike Wallace, Lesley Stahl, Diane Sawyer...Shall I continue dropping names?
Those heavyweights in news and more came through and still call CBS News home. Where else would you find a ticking watch to start a program off? Did you know the policy of CBS News was to not have music on the news programs for years?
The next few weeks, we'll cover the news divisions of the networks.
And right at the top, we'll have breaking developments!
Don't Touch That Dial!
Enjoy a special Samhain interview with Phyllis Curott - practicing attorney,Wiccan high priestess, founder of the temple of Ara and the international best selling author of Book of Shadows, WitchCrafting and The Love Spell - and learn all about Wicca, the holiday of Samhain, the crisis of global change and the call of the Goddess.
Described by New York Magazine as one of the "hippest and most intellectually cutting-edge” culture-makers, Phyllis lectures and teaches on the Divine Feminine, the wisdom of the Earth and reemerging indigenous spiritual traditions. She has been profiled in The New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, USA Today, New York Magazine, The View, The O’Reilly Factor, Lifetime, Oxygen and CNN.
Phyllis is Vice-Chair of the Council for the Parliament of the World’s Religion and an advocate on religious rights. She has been honored by Jane Magazine, along with Hilary Clinton, as one of the Ten Gutsiest Women of the Year, and was a finalist for the Walter Cronkite Faith and Freedom Award 2000.
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Pastor Will Griffith is joined by R&B Legend and contemporary peacemaker Timmy Thomas, along with his management team, Steve Tucker and Frank Levy. This is an EPR Exclusive interview on the eve of the launch of Thomas' WE CAN LIVE TOGETHER World Peace Campaign.
In 1972, Timmy Thomas was watching the evening news hosted by Walter Cronkite. Mr. Cronkite was reporting on the Vietnam war, and the thousands of American and Viet Cong soldiers that had died in battle. Timmy thought "Why Can't We Live Together". This thought became a song that was embraced by millions.
The song was initially banned in South Africa during Apartheid, yet it became their national anthem at Nelson Mandela's inauguration, where Timmy performed live in front of 200,000 people.
Timmy has had other hits world wide, as well as having his songs placed in movies such as Boys Don't Cry, C.R.A.Z.Y., Dick, Radio, and Bachelor Party. Over 100 artists including Sade, Steve Winwood, Santana, and Joan Osborne have covered "Why Can't We Live Together".
Timmy has always lived his life for peace and love, from marching peacefully with Dr. Martin Luther King, to traveling to Haiti as an airline ambassador setting up safe houses for children that have been human trafficking victims.
Innocent children are being killed by war, in the streets, and in our schools. Peace is needed now more than ever! So, he is reaching out to renowned artists in the epic remake "Why Can't We Live Together",
KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN FOR WORLD PEACE
Woe unto America! Many of our nation’s highest leaders worship Satan, and are willing servants of EVIL. They are controlled by Satan, the god of this world (2nd Corinthians 4:4). Satan controls these men through the occult (i.e., “hidden” organizations). Jesus said “in secret have I done nothing” (John 18:20), because He had nothing to hide. Why the secrecy from our nation’s top leaders?
Skull and Bones is of the Devil. Freemasonry is of the Devil. Nearly 2,000 carefully selected government officials, corporate tycoons and other luminaries—men with power to shape the future—assemble privately every July in a redwood forest about 65 miles north of San Francisco. The meeting includes a somber ritual that features the Druidic burning of an effigy on the alter, chants from a robed chorus, and wild drinking and promiscuity.
The bizarre Pagan ritual of the Bohemian Grove—the Cremation of Care ceremony—is practiced by its members (all men), including both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Alan Greenspan, Richard M. Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Henry Kissinger to name but a few. The meeting is held every July. It is purported that Obama and McCain visited Bohemian Grove in July of 2008.
Jerri Lange has had a wealth of experience in television (both in front of the camera and behind the scenes). Her colorful career has yielded numerous awards in the field of broadcasting, and in April 1978 San Francisco State University issued its most prestigious honor, the Broadcast Preceptor Award, given by the Broadcast Communications Arts Department "in recognition of signal accomplishments, leadership and adherence to the highest standards in broadcasting" to three recipients: Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, and Jerri Lange.
Between 1969 and 1979, Jerri was host of a number of television programs in San Francisco which focused on community issues at KEMO, KBHK, KGO, and KQED (where she also served on the board). Jerri became the first black woman to host a national talk show, Turnabout, which was produced at the San Francisco public television station KQED and broadcast on 148 stations throughout the country.
Jerri was comfortable on camera, and comfortable interviewing superstars such as Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr., Rock Hudson, and others. On March 1, 1978 at KQED she was honored as "The Outstanding Broadcaster of the Year" by American Women in Radio and Television.
As a professor of Broadcast Communications Arts at San Francisco State University, Jerri taught Broadcasting and Affirmative Action, Women in Media, and Writing for Radio and Television. She also lectured a graduate class in Communications at Stanford University. She was granted an interview with Professor Arnold Tonybee, historian and member of the Royal Institute of International Studies in London.
Guest: Susan Bitter Smith was elected to a four year term on the Arizona Corporation Commission starting in January 2013. She is a member of the National Association of Regulatory Commissioners, currently serving on NARUC's Water Committee and as President-Elect of the Western region. She is serving as Executive Director of the Southwest Cable Communications Association since 1980 and as Vice President of Technical Solutions since 1988. She earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Business Administration from Arizona State University and is a Past Chairman of the ASU Alumni Association. In addition, she serves as the Honorary Chair of the ASU MBA Alumni Association, is a Past Chairman of the Walter Cronkite Foundation, Past Chairman of the Arizona First Amendment Coalition, and is the Chairman of the Arizona Competitive Telecommunications Coalition.
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