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  • 00:33

    Making Documentaries

    in Film

    Interview with Alan Austin
    Topics of conversation:
    Making Documentaries Experience reporting in Vietnam The Shakespeare Mystery Researching Crime Stories Experience interviewing death row prisoners The Cottage Alan K. Austin
    iUniverse (2011)
    ISBN 9781462068708
    Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (6/12)

    Read the review on ReaderViews.com


  • 01:10

    Cinema in Noir - Colorism, the Aaliyah Biopic, & the Best Music Documentaries

    in Film

    Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In the latest edition we discuss the casting of Zendaya in the Lifetime Aaliyah biopic and claims of colorism.  We will also countdow our favorite music documentaries.  Lastly, we will discuss the upcoming season of True Blood. 

  • 01:01

    Hollywood Legends: Up Close and Personal

    in Movies

    Joan Kramer and David Heeley drop by to discuss In the Company of Legends, their behind-the-scenes book about the marvelous movie star documentaries they've worked on together. Starting with their award-winning profiles of Fred Astaire in 1980, Kramer and Heeley produced film portraits of the lives and careers of many Hollywood legends including Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, Paul Newman, Judy Garland and Humphrey Bogart, This dynamic duo established a reputation for finding the un-findable, persuading the reluctant, and maintaining unique relationships long after the end credits rolled. This interview is a must-hear for true movie addicts everywhere!  


    Robert Osborne, host of Turner Classic Movies, calls In the Company of Legends one of the best reasons ever for curling up with a book, and talk show host Dick Cavett says the Kramer/Heeley memoir was so hard to put down that he ate with one hand while reading it. Osborne goes on to praise the book because it’s about dazzling personalities told by people who actually knew the celebrities they write about, worked with them and, further, socialized with them, aware of their foibles and strengths from first-hand knowledge, not hearsay.


    Among the Kramer and Heeley documentaries are: Katharine Hepburn: All About Me; Bacall on Bogart; The John Garfield Story; The Adventures of Errol Flynn; The Spencer Tracey Legacy; James Stewart: A Wonderful Life; Fonda on Fonda; Fred Astaire: Puttin’ on His Top Hat; Fred Astaire: Change Partners and Dance.

  • 00:31

    Documentaries Continue to Fail Us. From Food Inc to Fed Up - No Solution Offered

    in Weight Loss

    It seems there's a new documentary addressing the growing concerns of obesity and poor health for adults and your youth. The documentary gets released and people talk about it and agree with the claims, but still obesity rates continue to climb with kids and adults. WHY? Simply put, none of these documentaries are providing a solution. They're basically adding to the propaganda and cashing in on the interest to undercover the truth for why we are gaining weight and finding it difficult to lose it. In this show Robert Ferguson tells you about his upcoming documentary and sheds light on the reasons behind why these documentaries continue to fail.

  • 00:57

    The Star Chamber Show #46 featuring Amy McCorkle!!

    in Books

    This Wednesday at 9pm EST. we welcome bestselling and award-winning author and filmmaker Amy McCorkle into the Star Chamber!  It's going to be a great night visiting with one of Louisville's rising talents in the literary and moviemaking worlds!  We will be talking books, conventions, documentaries and much more, including her amazing Letters to Daniel project that is now becoming the foundation of a live theater event! 


    So join us Wednesday for our latest adventure in the Star Chamber! 


    About Amy: Kate Lynd/Amy McCorkle and is 3 time Amazon bestselling, award winning author, screenwriter, and blogger. 2nd place finisher in the 2011 Preditors & Editors Reader’s Choice Poll for Best Romance Short Story for No Ordinary Love. She was a 2012 Top Ten Finisher Preditors & Editors for both GLADIATOR and Another Way to Die. Winner of the 2013 Fright Night Film Festival for Best Sci-Fi Screenplay Bounty Hunter. She also writes as Amy McCorkle. Her books include Another Way to Die, a 2012 Moondance International Film Festival Semi-Finalist, 2013 Moondance International Film Festival Semi-Finalist, Gemini’s War, GLADIATOR , Bounty Hunter, Set Fire to the Rain, ORACLE(the sequel to GLADIATOR), and her memoir, Letters to Daniel.


    You can connect with Amy online at: 


    http://amylmccorklekentuckyauthor.webs.com


    http://creative-chatter.blogspot.com


    http://letters-todaniel.blogspot.com


    http://twitter.com/kate_lynd


    https://www.facebook.com/amy.l.mccorkle


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-McCorkle/173811662670780

  • 02:32

    Foods that heal! Consuming Kids & Manufacturing Consent Documentaries

    in News

    Tonight on Crush Radio:


    Foods that heal. What foods should you be eating to optimize your health?


    Media analysis: The reality behind the current events of the new year.


    Documentary Review:
    -Consuming Kids
    -Manufacturing Consent 


    Book Review: Water Cures, Mind Programming


    And what is Resident Consumer?

  • 00:59

    Award Winning Filmmaker Tina DiFeliciantonio, Insights on Creating Documentaries

    in Film

    5 Filmmaking tips from Award Winning filmmaker Tina DiFeliciantonio.

    To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.

  • 00:27

    Grammy Award Winner "Laura Sullivan" *

    in Music

    Laura Sullivan is a GRAMMY® winning composer and recording artist. Her original music has been included in the score of two Emmy winning documentaries, as well as in many popular television programs and advertisements for Fortune 500 companies. 


    Laura Sullivan's release Love's River won a GRAMMY® for BEST NEW AGE ALBUM in the 56th GRAMMY® awards which aired on CBS on January 26, 2014. 


    GRAMMY® winning composer, Laura Sullivan, called out to the world to join her in a powerful plan to make a music video. Her request was simple.  Take a video of yourself singing her song “900 Voices” and send it to her.  The response was overwhelming.


    938 people from Australia, Brazil, Israel, Croatia, Korea, Kenya, India, and many other countries, participated by making videos on their cell phones and sending them to Laura.


    The result is epic.  27 languages included in one song and video about love and unity.  The video has been released on April 9, 2015 and is titled “900 Voices.”


    50% of the music proceeds of “900 Voices” are going towards the national nonprofit Little Kids Rock.  This organization partners with economically disadvantaged school districts to run music programs.  To date they have served more than 325,000 children in 13 states. 


    Watch the “900 Voices” Video:
    www.900Voices.com

  • 01:04

    Gordon Skinner joins us to discuss his films and documentaries on social justice

    in Health

    Director Gordon T. Skinner 


     His documentary films include: Cornelia Street Café: The Whole World Passes Through; The Kuna Indians: A Culture in crisis; Sitting in the Fire: Profiles of the Peacemakers, Sam Pollard & Albert Maysles, exec. producers; Strategic Omissions: The Truth Behind The Health Effects After 9/11, Albert Maysles, exec. producer; Lost Innocents: Child Soldiers At War, His work was profiled in an award-winning documentary for NHK on John Lennon’s music Imagine:


    Director Skinner, will be joined on air by two patients featured in his upcoming documentary "Dialysis Diaries".


    Bill Brazell:
    Bill inherited polycystic kidney disease from his father, and has a 50-percent chance of passing this genetic fate to one of his daughters. His situation inspired him to become a spokesperson for PKD awareness, going so far as to dress up as “Kenny the Kidney” at the Walk for PKD each spring. 


    Jimmie Briggs:
    A year after he was declared ‘GQ Man of the Year’ for his work against gender violence, Jimmie suffered a heart attack and renal failure. Only in his early 40s, this sad twist of fate has forced him to live with constant uncertainty. We follow Jimmie as he struggles through painful dialysis treatments, searches desperately for an organ donor, and fights to get his transplant covered by Medicare. 


    Thursday August 7,  9:00 Eastern, 8:00 Central, 6:00 Pacific


    Listen to the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dialysisadvocates


    To take part, call in to the show dial 347-857-3961


     

  • 01:59

    TS Radio: Dr. Linda Lagemann on disability caused by psych drugs

    in Family

    Hosted by Marti Oakley


    Continuing our coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) we are pleased to have Dr. Linda Lagemann as our guest this evening.  We will also be discussing the recent passage of a bill in New Mexico to protect children from forced drugging and to prevent CPS from abducting a child from their home because parents refused to drug their child.


    Dr. Linda Lagemann is a clinical psychologist with 25 years experience in the field. After observing that the “mental health” field had become dominated by psychiatric labels and drugs and was doing more harm than help, she closed her practice.  She now devotes herself full-time to efforts to reform the field and inform people about the disability caused by psychiatric drugs, especially when given to children. She has been interviewed on radio stations across the country and internationally and has been featured in two documentaries.


    Dr. Lagemann is a Commissioner for Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) (www.cchrint.org).  She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the Department of Medicine (3-time recipient of the UCSF Annual Teaching Excellence Award).

  • 02:59

    The Armenian Genocide: 100 Years of Denial

    in Politics

    Friday, April 24, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the deportations in Western Turkey which resulted in the genocide of the Armenian people. Over the next nine months nearly 1.5 million men, women and children were either brutally murdered, starved to death or else  forced to march across a parched desert to their almost certain extinction, by Turkish gendarmes and  their accomplices at the behest of the Turkish government.  This event, one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th Century, has been recalled in countless books , articles and documentaries and its veracity is without question.  Yet to this day, the Turkish government refuses to recognize this massive human rights crime, let alone apologize for it and most world governments have stonewalled any attempt to build a universal recognition of the events of those months.  This conference will seek to investigate the motivations behind the genocide, the extent of the massacres and the reasons the world has largely failed the memory of the innocent victims.