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  • 00:33

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Dustin Michael & James Lee Taylor

    in Music

     


     


    James Lee Taylor is an English-born, Los Angeles-based actor and writer, born and raised on the beaches of Canvey Island in Essex. His father a comedian and his mother a successful model, James was born with entertainment in his blood.  He started modelling at age 15, working with Nivea, Valentino and the coveted Calvin Klein to name just a few, and signed with IMG and Select Model Management.  After a decade of modelling, James was introduced to the world of the stage and immediately discovered that acting was his true passion. After honing his craft with the world famous Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, James went on to land the lead roles in two major off-Broadway shows, The Tiger and Tesla.  Testing his skills on short film Deep Water, James realised he was most at home on camera. In January 2014, James made the jump out to Los Angeles and signed with Innovative Artists, Schumacher Management and Core MGMT.  His commitment to his new path was immediately rewarded when he became the face of the Three Olives Vodka, taking over from brand ambassador Clive Owen.  The mesmerising ‘Werewolf of London’ campaign earned James his heartthrob status, which then led to him being cast in BET Network’s Being Mary Jane.  His recurring role as Gabrielle Union’s love interest is an exciting and developing story which we look forward to exploring...

  • 00:14

    Big Nate Blasts Off!

    in Women

    If you’re a grandma, no doubt you know the heartwarming and hilarious Big Nate book series. The New York Times bestselling author, Lincoln Peirce, who created that entertaining rascal, Nate, is joining us today to share all about our hero’s latest adventures in: Big Nate Blasts Off!


    So, if you’re in the mood for a bit of fun and mischief, gather your grandchildren and be sure to tune in for this one!

  • 00:11

    Andy Warhol Was a Hoarder

    in Psychology

    Wouldn’t you love to peer into the minds of some of history’s greatest personalities? How great it would be to understand both the motivations and the foibles of figures like Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe and Abraham Lincoln.


    Celebrated journalist, Claudia Kalb, has written the definitive book that exposes the strengths and strangeness of people who have left their indelible mark upon the culture. If you’re interested in the quirks of human nature, you want to miss this compelling conversation.

  • 00:13

    Maria Allyn: Your Midlife Coach

    in Women

    Unfortunately, many midlife women can and do suffer from bouts of anxiety and depression. Often brought on by shifting hormones, these and other difficult emotions can wreak havoc on the multiple transitions we experience at this time of life. 


    That’s where midlife coach, Maria Allyn, comes in. Maria focuses on helping women 45 – 65 to get clear on what they want, eliminate barriers that are stopping them and provide them with the tools to create the life of their dreams.


    If you want strategies and resources to make the most of this time in your own life, you won’t want to miss this show!

  • 00:51

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Robert Riley (VH1's "Hit The Floor)

    in Music

    Robert Christopher Riley hails from the Flatbush section of Brooklyn (NY), but has deep Caribbean roots, as he was raised by his Trinidadian mother and grandmother while having a father from Barbados. Riley is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School (‘98) where he earned a Regents diploma before attending Lehigh University (’03) in Bethlehem, PA., for his B.A. in Theatre. While attending Lehigh, Riley was cast in the role of ‘Walter Lee’ in the play, “A Raisin in the Sun” and later went on to co-write along with Kashi Johnson (his professor and mentor), “Untold Truths: Why We Always Sit Together”. The play, which was about the minority experience at predominately white institutions of education, received rave reviews and was performed nightly before sold-out audiences at the Touchstone Theatre. After graduation, in the fall of 2003, Riley accepted a full-scholarship to Ohio University’s MFA-Acting Program. While completing his degree (’06), he was cast in several independent films as well as numerous commercials and print ads. Riley continued his career by doing voiceover work for Verizon, the NFL and Rockstar Games, to name a few. Most recently, in April 2012, he was cast as ‘Terrence Wall’ (a series regular) in VH1’s “Hit the Floor”.

  • 00:23

    Senator Adlai E Stevenson III

    in Politics

    With terrorism on the rise and the political climate heating up, you will want to be sure to hear what one of our most renowned and favorite guests, Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III, has to say. Tune in as he shares his thoughts on North Korea and other vitally important topics that impact us all.


    The Senator has written a fascinating account of his amazing family as well as other important historical events called The Black Book. There, he shares stories, anecdotes and lessons from the past so that we can remember the values that made our country great.

  • 00:33

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Monica x Eric Bellinger x Rotimi

    in Music

    Beep, beep, beep – An alarm sounds. Lights flash. Everyone is on alert. Emergency protocol in effect. It’s a Code Red state of emergency. Soul music is in trouble and one of the greatest R&B singers of a generation is sounding the alarm. Whispered voices have been expressing their concern for some time. Industry insiders talk of a change in the musical direction at radio. Critics blame millennials. Millennials blame the music. Artists blame each other. And everyone blames the Internet. But that’s not the whole story. Soul music is alive and well and “people love it when introduced to it properly,” R&B/Pop icon Monica explains. However, concerned about the future of the genre she loves so much, Monica returns with her seventh studio album appropriately titled Code Red.


    Rotimi is best known for co-starring in the hit series, “Power” alongside Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Omari Hardwick. While Rotimi has a thriving career as a television star, he is also excelling in his music career. Rotimi’s new single “Lotto,” features his co-star 50 cent and has quickly turned into a summer hit reaching over 530,000 plays on SoundCloud.


    Born and raised in Compton, CA, Eric Bellinger is well known in the music industry as a critically acclaimed songwriter and now as a solo R&B artist with sinfully smooth vocals and an affinity for soulful songwriting.  Since 2013, he's racked up more than 80 song placements while co-penning hits for such pop and R&B stars as Usher, Justin Bieber, and Chris Brown. He also won his first Grammy Award as one of the collaborators on Brown's best R&B-crowned album, F.A.M.E. ".

  • 00:16

    How to Become a Fat-Burning Machine!

    in Women

    Nearly 35% of Americans have been diagnosed with Metabolic Syndrome. This means that your body is predisposed to store fat, therefore making it even more difficult to lose—or even maintain—your weight.


    If you’d like to lose those extra pounds once and for all, be sure to join us as analytics expert, Mike Berland, shares the real keys to permanent weight loss and how you can turn your own body into a “Fat-Burning Machine!”

  • 01:33

    On Air With David Duane w/ Special Guest: Deitrick Haddon & Natalie La Rose

    in Music

    Deitrick Haddon is a multi-faceted, award winning, creative juggernaut.  As a singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, the Detroit native’s inspirational musical ministry has touched souls globally.  The star of Oxygen network’s popular reality series Preachers of L.A also serves as executive producer of the Preachers franchise, and with the formation of DHVisions, a new partnership with Entertainment One Music, this son of a preacher is delving further into developing television and film projects while still delivering progressive gospel music that feeds the soul. Masterpiece, Deitrick’s latest contemporary, uplifting and inspired body of work reflects his self-professed maturation toward his destiny of greatness.


    Being bold is a big part of being an artist. You’ve got to be willing to act intrepidly at the right moments. Natalie La Rose knows just when to be bold. Her debut single for I.M.G./Republic Records “Somebody” [featuring Jeremih] will undoubtedly get the dance floor moving. Over smooth production from Future Classic, the song updates the melody from Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” for a new millennium. Natalie’s voice takes the spotlight in between a sexy hook from Jeremih.

  • 00:11

    Toys for Tots

    in Women

    There are currently 15.5 million U.S. children living below the federal poverty line. Given the current economic climate, millions of children risk disappointment on Christmas morning as their parents struggle to provide the basic essentials of food and shelter for their little ones. Fortunately, parents can turn to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation during this time of the year.


    Join us as Lieutenant General Pete Osman, USMC (Ret), President and Chief Executive Officer for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation shares all about how you can make the holidays truly festive for the deserving children in your area.

  • 00:15

    How Not to Die: Scientifically Proven Foods That Reverse Disease

    in Women

    Wouldn’t it be great to restore your youthful vigor and revitalize your outlook on life? How about getting practical, low cost and simple tips to prevent or reverse the most dreaded diseases of aging? Want to get the real answers for maintaining your health and wellbeing?


    Join Dr. Michael Greger, world-renowned expert on nutrition and health, as he shares the latest scientific research on lifestyle changes that can help us to live longer, happier and more fulfilling lives.


    If you care about your health, you won’t want to miss this one!