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This week Professor Alexander Gillespie and Stephen talk 'GUN LAWS IN NEW ZEALAND'
Professor Alexander Gillespie obtained his LLB and LLM degrees with Honours from The University of Auckland. He did his PhD at Nottingham and post-doctoral studies at Colombia University in New York City. His areas of scholarship pertain to international and comparative environmental law; the laws of war; and a number of pressing issues of social concern such as drug policy; and refugees.
Alexander has published sixteen books. The latest works have been Waste Policy: International Regulation, Comparitive and Contextual Perspectives. (Edward Elgar, London, 2015); International Environmental Law, Policy and Ethics. (OUP, Second edition, 2015); and the Causes of War: 1000-1600 (Volume II, Bloomsbury, NYC, 2015). He has also written over forty academic articles.
Alexander has been awarded a Rotary International Scholarship, Fulbright Fellowship, Rockerfeller Fellowship, and the the New Zealand Law Foundation International Research Fellowship. Alexander has also been the lawyer/expert on a number of international delegations and advised the New Zealand government on multiple matters of international concern. Professor Gillespie was the first New Zealander to be named Rapporteur for the World Heritage Convention, involving international environmental diplomacy under the auspice of UNESCO. Alexander has also been engaged in policy formation for the United Nations, the Commonwealth Secretariat, and governmental, commercial and non-governmental organisations in New Zealand, Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Ireland and Switzerland.
TARA REZ, JUDE RAWLINS, DANA GILLESPIE, RICK & CAROLYN HUNT & ALAN & LIZ KNIGHT, ELAINE BROWN and SEGS have helped me to be away from home for 5 weeks. It is with their help and support I have weathered the storms that raged as I came home to England after another 5 years of absence. First came the television show Celebrity Big Brother and I was there for two weeks. After the first 6 days I was told that my ex-husband and business partner was dead after an 18 month battle with cancer. Then I got sick probably caught something from the cold or the AC ventilation sytstems and had to take dreaded antibiotics but they worked and made me well. Then I left the Celebrity Big Brother House and was very busy with the accompanying interest surrounding the show and also the interest in DAVID and my appreciations of him both as a beloved and International performer, singer, songwriter, actor and producer my former Love and father of our son Duncan Jones. We will talk about all this and hear some fabulous music. I heard from a little birdy that Jude may reveal a track from my new album!!!! And we will play some tracks from Dana's new album and we will hear Tara's new tracks and favorites. JOIN US FOR A COOL and LIVELY conversation on the radio. Podcast available a few minutes after the show! We willbe playing Dana's Music but she will not be joining us for this show as she has been recuperating from serious knee surgery!
Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records S3productions
Tuesday Night Tunes Frankie Laine, Mills Brothers, Renato Zanelli
Frankie Laine That Lucky Old Sun
I Get Sentimental Over Nothing
Mills Brothers Too Many Irons in the Fire
I Guess I'll get the Papers
Renato Zanelli – La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)
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Frankie Laine That Lucky Old Sun / I Get Sentimental Over Nothing
Label: Mercury 5316 1949
A: That Lucky Old Sun
Vocals Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires
Composer Smith Gillespie
B: I Get Sentimental Over Nothing
Written By – Cole Allton
Credits Orchestra Harry Geller & His Orchestra
Piano Carl Fischer
Vocals Frankie Laine
Mills Brothers Too Many Irons in the Fire / I Guess I'll Get the Papers
Personality Series Decca 23638 1946
A: Too Many Irons in the Fire
Composer Johnny S. Black
B: I Guess I'll get the Papers (And Go Home)
Composers– Dick Rogers, Hal Kanner, Hughie Prince
Renato Zanelli La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)
Victrola – 64834
Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single Sided
A: La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)
Baritone Vocals – Renato Zanelli
Composer– Nathan H. Dole, Vincenzo Di Chiara
The Don S. McClure Show Live - The Pursuit of bringing Jazz and building stronger networks
Tonight’s: Topic The Pursuit of Jazz Our special extended show will take a look at the music of Jazz. Audio Recording by from Billie Taylor so this is jazz and interpretations from those who played and created jazz to those who study the history of jazz from the BBC perspective.
I grew up in a home with older brothers who loved the music of jazz, and I became aware of many names like Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Stan Gets, Monk and Dakota Staton, Kenny Burrell and Joe Sample just to name a few and of course Louis Armstrong. But there were many others my older brothers introduced me because they played in a jazz group themselves. My older brother Marvin played in his own Jazz group and made a recording of Fly me to the Moon. My Brother Roland also played Jazz while he created many of his artist drawing and while he entertained many of his friends in our home. My mother and father loved Louis Armstrong and Sarah Vaugh but my favorite singer was Dakota Staton and Nancy Wilson as I grew up hearing the music of Jazz.
The audios are part one of The History of Jazz and part two the BBC look at Jazz and Louis Armstrong.
Research by Renowned American Author Don S. McClure for tonight’s program; Guest Interview: Wes Smooth
Owner and founder of a new Internet Jazz Station Featuring a candid conversation with owner and CEO, Wes Smooth, of Twin Cities Radio Network
Featured Song Tracks by Dakota Staton and Keiko Matsui born in Tokyo, Japan as Keiko Doi, she is a Japanese keyboardist and composer, specializing in smooth jazz, jazz fusion and new-age music, and the music of Peter White and Donald Byrd Chant 1963 Born 1932 Detroit Died Feb 4, 2013 passed at the age of 81
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You know what they say, “Life is short.” And indeed all of us have had the feeling that someone whom we have loved and lost was “gone too soon.” Sunday David Bowie transitioned. New Year’s Eve Natalie Cole left us.
If you agree life IS short, we’d like to ask you, “How You Living?” And if you’re not living the life you’ve imagined, then:
What might it take for you to live your best life?
Who would you have to be?
What would you need to embrace?
What would you need to let go of?
Deletta Gillespie, songstress/actress/writer, and Azya Maxton, actress/writer/educator are co-hosting She Struts Radio while I attend TEDx Baltimore on Thursday, January 14. With you they’ll investigate what it takes to live a life of Peace, Power, Partnership and Passion.
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GOOD EVENING IN FECKERS LOVERS AND WHATEVER ELSE YOU ARE WELCOME TO MY RADIO STATION WHERE WE WILL BE LAUGHING OUR ASSES OFF AS ALWAYS
I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT WILL HAPPEN TONIGHT AS ITS DOWN TO YOU GUYS N GIRLS ON WHAT U WANT BUT I CAN GUARANTEE FUN
SO MAKE SURE YOUR AWAKE HINT AT BESTIE NO SNORING ALLOWED OR U WILL GET A BUCKET OF ICE WATER THROWN OVER YOU
SO IF YOU TURN UP THEN PLEASE CALL IN ITS SO MUCH FUN AND MAKES ME TOTALLY DIZZY I WILL TRY NOT TO FALL OFF MY CHAIR LMAO
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Interview with Shoka Mike
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If you peruse www.desotoguitar.com, you will see a LOT of information about Jay Soto - our next guest on "Hybrid Jazz." And it's fascinating. Not only an intense guitarist, but a composer/arranger/producer/pianist/music instructor/Church music director - well, it will make you dizzy :)
Through his respected career, Jay has had associations with a myriad of other artists who recognize his unique passion on that guitar. Fluidity. Fearlessness AND reverence. He has played with Acoustic Alchemy, Everette Harp, Candy Dulfer, Jeffrey Osborne and more. Because of his palatable ideas transformed into songs, his music has been heard on HBO and NBC. He has also had the honor of being a Grand Finalist in the "Guitarmageddon" competition, one of the most awesome in the world. Jay performed in front of 15,000 people at Eric Clapton's Crossroads GuitarFest in Dallas, Texas. That huge victory, combined with his success on Contemporay Jazz charts, have defined him somewhat. But this deeply spiritual man will tell you that what TRULY makes him the talent and the person that he is - is God. Jay's Catholic faith is at the epicenter of "Veritas" - a new album that will enable you to feel his belief - whether YOU believe or not. Soaring, serene, thrilling in its scope and lovingly pieced together, this work is unapologetic, totally authentic and blissfully one-of-a-kind :) Get to know Jay. To do so may change the way that you perceive your new year ahead.
An aside: we may have a surprise for you regarding this show or another this week - stand by! 2015 continues to throw us curve balls - this one is pretty sweet! We'll see you at ONE p.m. Eastern - on 12/29 - in The Chat Room.
Humans need to drink water to survive. Your body is approximately 60 percent water, your brain is 70 percent water, and your lungs are nearly 90 percent water. Each day, your body must replace 2.4 liters -- or about 2.5 quarts of water -- through ingested liquid and foods.
Body Uses Water
Your body uses water in many ways. Water cushions and lubricates joints; nourishes and protects the brain, spinal cord and other tissues; keeps the body's temperature normal; and helps remove waste through perspiration, bowel movements and urination. Humans are composed mostly of water, which is not surprising when you consider that humans descended from single-cell organisms that originated in the oceans millions of years ago.
Lack of Water
Water is more important for your body's survival than food. You can live without water for approximately one week, but you can survive without food for more than a month. Lack of water, or dehydration, reduces the amount of blood in your body, forcing your heart to pump harder in order to deliver oxygen-bearing cells to your muscles. In the early stages of dehydration, you can become dizzy, irritable and experience headaches. As dehydration progresses, you become clumsy and exhausted. Your eyesight fades. In the last stages of dehydration, you may feel nauseous and begin vomiting. Without water, you will enter a coma and die.
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