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Alex Watson is a high school student, his father is celebrated historian Robert Watson, Ph.D, together they have collaborated onThe Crossing their first book in the Time Zone Series.
The Crossing is a grand adventure and engaging story of Chase Maxwell and his scientist grandfather as they travel back in time to help George Washington win the Revolutionary War.
Dr. Robert Watson is professor of American Studies at Lynn University and a political analyst for numerous media outlets. Robert has been interviewed thousands of times by television, print, radio, and online news outlets in the United States and approximately 50 other countries, including by CNN, the BBC, The New York Times, American History TV, the Associated Press, RTE 1 Irish National Radio, and ABC Radio in Australia. He is the author or editor of over three dozen books and over 150 scholarly articles and chapters on topics in history and politics. His recent book America’s First Crisis: The War of 1812 won the Independent Publishers’ Gold Medal as the book of the year in history.
Alex Watson has appeared on C-SPAN’s Book TV program, the Writers’ Voice Radio show, and other media outlets to discuss his novels, and has lectured at numerous schools and libraries to promote writing among children and teens. For his efforts, Alex was named to the Boca Life Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list of young leaders who are making an impact in the community.
On September 6, we were fortunate enough to host a live show at the 2015 Philadelphia Podcast Festival, and we're glad to have the opportunity to share the episode with those who weren't in attendance.
On this episode, we break down the Philadelphia Eagles' chances at a deep playoff run this season, make our picks as to who the next team will be to bring a championship to Philly, and discuss why having a favorite player seems to be a thing of the past. If you've never listened to the show before, then consider this your introduction. If you have tuned in before, then expect some of the same great sports talk you've become accustomed to over the past few years.
So take a moment to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk has finally arrived.
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Two straight losses for the Philadelphia Eagles has left many wondering whether or not Chip Kelly can right the ship. We'll address that question on this week's edition of The Broad Street Line as the Birds get ready for a Thanksgiving Day showdown with the Detroit Lions.
Later in the show, we'll tell you what to make of the Philadelphia 76ers' 0-15 start, recap a lackluster WWE Survivor Series PPV, and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
For the first time ever, Broad Street Breakdown will bring you a breakdown of a WWE Pay-Per-View! The 2015 Survivor Series marked the 25th anniversary of the "Phenom" , the Undertaker. After being viciously assaulted as Hell In A Cell went off the air in October, how does the Deadman respond? Did he carry-out his revenge on Bray Wyatt? Or, did the "Eater of Worlds" ensure that 'Taker's 25th anniversary was his last? Join host Ryan Waterman, as he is joined by his guest-host/brother Robert Waterman. The duo will break down the show's card, as well as offer their opinions. Tune into BlogTalkRadio, at 11:30 PM EST/8:30 PM PST, for full results and analysis...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll give you our outlook on the Philadelphia Eagles in the wake of the Sam Bradford injury. Despite a 4-5 record, Chip Kelly and his charges can still clinch a tie for first place in the NFC East with a win this weekend against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Later in the show, we'll debate Cam Newton's "controversial" touchdown celebration, explain why many Philadelphia 76ers' fans are upset with "The Process", and get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
CROSSING OVER TO THE AFTERLIFE,
Death and crossing over is going to happen to us all so it is best to make peace with it
I will be anwsering lots of common questions people ask me about death and crossing over. I have chatted to thousands of people in spirit being a professional medium for over 15 years.
Where do we go? Who is with us? Where do pets go? What do we do? Is it painfull? Does everyone cross over? These are just some of the questions I will be going over with Jessica.
Call in with questions or for me to communicate with someone you have in heaven.
Death is a MUST and is not really as scary as so many people fear. I have been a professional medium for over 15 years so I have talked to thousands
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll recap the wild, Sunday night matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys. The Birds are just a half-game behind first place in the NFC East, and with a favorable schedule coming up, they pretty much control their destiny when it comes to the NFC playoffs.
Later in the show, we'll preview the top teams in college basketball with a twist: Instead of looking at the team's who will be in the mix for the Final Four, we'll tell you the schools you should keep an eye on when it comes to future NBA talent. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
To slowly transition to the story, I use a familiar tale read by Scroogette's youngest sister Tammy. Not only does Scroogette like it, but she also likes the way she used her hands to read. After the tale, Scroogette decides to take a walk - in what started as a small snowstorm.
Rebecca wanted nothing to do with Christmas. She figured hosting it a fifth time at her family’s home would be her last. After taking a stroll through a surprise snow storm, she discovers a way to travel back and forth to an unusual location. As her travels increase to her “perfect Christmas,” so do the consequences. Is it really supposed to be that dark?
After a month-long hiatus, Broad Street Breakdown is coming back at ya. The hottest, up and coming show in sports talk radio will make it's return to the airwaves with it's first ever afternoon episode! And, boy is it going to be a good one. Join host Ryan Waterman, as he welcomes the biggest guest in the show's history....NJ.Com's Eagles Beat Writer Eliot Shorr-Parks. Ryan and Eliot will have a lively discussion, recapping the Eagles current season to date, previewing the upcoming "Duel in the Desert" against Dallas, and examining the moves that were made by teams following Tuesday's trade deadline. Eliot will also sit in the "Hot Seat" as he answers a series of questions in the "Rapid Fire" segment. Tune in Friday afternoon at 2:00 PM EST/ 11:00 AM PST, to hear the show.....live on BlogTalkRadio!