• 02:01

    A Review of the 2014 Herald Society Conference

    in Religion

    On this edition of Cross Encounters Radio:

    1. Evangelist Jeff Rose will join Tony to review the recent 2014 Herald Society Conference, which was held in Philadelphia, PA. The two evangelists will also talk about the March 2015 Herald Soceity Conference, which will be held in Milton, FL.

    2. Earlier in the week, Tony met a man named Burt while open-air preaching at the Newhall Metrolink Station. During the second hour of the program, you will hear the open-air sermon and the touching conversation Tony had with Burt.

    More to Come.....

  • 01:00

    LIVE WED, 9PM EST! HWTP Sports Talk w/guest Michelle Kaufman Miami Herald writer

    in Sports

    Join us live to discuss all the leading sports headlines! Special guest is Miami Herald sports writer Michelle Kaufman

    Voice your opinion...
    Via Twitter and Facebook: #askHWTPSportsTalkRadio; 
    Email: sportstalkradio@huddlinwiththepros.com; 
    Phone: 347-989-0227

  • 02:12

    URN Radio Show-what to expect this year in creating teams

    in Paranormal

    Join Matt, Howard & The Paranormal Outlaw as they discuss all things paranormal and seek answers into the unknown!  We will be speaking with Michelle Herald and Dallas Adams on what it takes to create a new team in the era of time.. their plans , what they wish to see, what they plan on how to ... Tune in tonight as we speak with these two wonderful individuals.  You can also foloow us on facebook at URN Radio Show!  URN Radio Network also has a facebook page!

  • 01:00

    The Shade Tree Blue Grass Gospel Show

    in Religion

    Beginning back in 1920 a different sound in music was emerging from the south,some called it Mountain Music,some Hillbilly,but it was the birth of a different sound that no lable could truly describe. Performers, the word star had not be attached to these singers as of yet. The Morris family from Georgia,two young brothers from Kentucky Bill & Charlie Monroe, Don Reno & Red Smiley,Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs, The Lilly Brothers & The Bailes Brothers From West Virginia all shaped the future of Blue Gospel Music.



  • 01:00

    God's Declaration of Himself in Nature"

    in Spirituality

    Nature declares God to man. As a trumpeter, as a herald of God's glory, nature speaks. It spoke to man 2000 years ago; it speaks to man today. St. Paul quotes from the Book of Psalms to show that God has used the sights and sounds of nature to call all nations to fear and reverence before Him. Yet when it comes to the gospel of Jesus Christ, nature is absolutely mute. Why is this? Tune in and take notes! Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots", each Thursday at 9:30 pm. EST. LIVE Internet radio. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759.

  • 00:24

    Between The Lines welcomes author, Doug Herald (bobbie)

    in Self Help

    Doug Herald has over 26 years of experience in the Food Industry. Throughout this career Doug has worked hard to make a difference in the lives of the people that he has worked for with a servant leadership style that drives deep employee engagement and continuous improvements. Over the last 7 years Doug has invested heavily in personal and emotional research to drive personal improvement and now Doug has a passion to teach the completeness of life and leadership through what he calls, "Touching People for Time and Eternity."  This led him to starting Time and Eternity, a personal, professional, and organizational development company.  His first book, "In Hope for Time and Eternity: My Life Through my Eyes," was released a few months ago and is making huge impacts on lives all over the world.


  • 00:43

    Interview with E.B. Anderson & The Resolutes

    in Music

    Nova Scotia's E.B. Anderson & The Resolutes derive their sound from a vintage country foundation, a keen sense of blues, and songwriting skills that catch the ear of even the most hardcore folk fans. Their latest album is called Broken Down Horse.

    Here are a few of their recent accomplishments: 

    2014 Music Nova Scotia "Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the Year" Nominee

    2014 ECMA "Rising Star Recording of the Year" Nominee

    2014 The Coast "Best-Of" Survey - "Best Country Band" Silver Winner

    Here are some reviews of their music:

    “A whiskey-soaked, dusty-booted throwback vibe.” - The Coast

    “Broken Down Horse is an admirable mix of blues, roots and rock ’n’ roll.”
    -The Chronicle Herald

  • 02:04

    Free Barrett Brown

    in Politics

    Call-in live show with guests: Douglas Lucas journalist who will be discussing the imprisoned writer, humorist and journalist Barrett Brown.

    Currently enduring 'diesel therapy' Brown can be contacted at a Texas country gulag: Barrett Brown, #45047-177, Kaufman L.E.C., Kaufman, TX 75142.

    Or better yet, contact the newspaper there at: Letters to the Editor, Call 972-932-2171 for guidelines, etc.
    The Kaufman Herald
    P.O. Box 460, Kaufman, Texas 75142

    Lucas' articles about Brown are linked at: Vice Magazine, the Daily Dot and a series some with Christian Stork. His latest at WhoWhatWhy is here.

    From his bio at WhoWhatWhy: Reporter Douglas Lucas studied philosophy and literature at TCU, graduating summa cum laude. His work covering national security matters, internet freedom, nightlife, and more has appeared at Vice, Salon, Nerve, and other venues. He also enjoys writing fiction, mainly in the SF and fantasy genres. He lives in North Texas.

  • 01:56

    Dissecting the 2014 Washington County Board of Education race: A TELL ALL!

    in News

    Ryan will give a month-by-month account of the campaign and will highlight the following:

    The decision to run for the Board of Education
    Ryan’s political and personal background and “baggage”
    Campaign preparation and kickoff
    Sign Waving and Door Knocking
    The Fundraisers and Monies Raised
    The Guessford, Harshman and Stouffer Slate
    The unforgettable smear campaigns on social media  
    The inflamed rhetoric
    The core opposition to Ryan’s campaign and all parties involved
    The “anti-Ryan Miner” sign encounter
    The Primary Win in June
    The Toby Frevert encounter and the subsequent social media affront
    Todd Roberts’ obsessions
    The Anti-Facebook page
    Amber Sheffler and the infamous Herald-Mail letter
    Guessford, Harshman and Stouffer baggage
    Mike Guessford’s forum dodges and political baggage
    The Herald-Mail forum
    The Chamber Forum
    WC Parents and her behind-the-scenes activism for The Guessford, Harshman and Stouffer Slate
    The WC Parents/Teachers’ Association “Meet and Chat” in October the decision not to attend
    WCTA’s Neil Becker confrontation in Dunkin Donuts
    The ILLEGAL wiretap and YouTube videos and who was behind it 
    Signs, signs and more signs
    The Herald-Mail endorsements and editorial board
    Election Day in November and “the day after”
    Moving beyond the campaign

    If you want to be part of the show, please call (646) 716-5971. Join Ryan Miner this Wednesday at 9:00 P.M. EST for a TELL-ALL ACCOUNT of the 2014 Washington County Board of Education race. 

  • 00:08

    New Still Builders & Other Moonshine News at 12:00 Eastern.

    in Culture

    We have more still builders out there, plus the news & Hillbilly Woodstock dates.




  • 02:07

    Legacy of 1804 Haiti News and Blog Review #Lof1804

    in Current Events

    Host Alice Backer of  www.kiskeacity.com and co-host  Hans Roy w chop up the Haitian news. 

    Topics include 2014 highlights, PM Lamothe's resignation and the accord signed between Martelly and the Parliament in January, the US AG representing the UN at a US court hearing against Haiti cholera plaintiffs as well as some commentary on recent articles about color in Haiti.

    Among the articles discussed:

    Platfòm Pitit Desalin Se Yon Òganizasyon Rasis | Ekspoze! -The final word http://ht.ly/H33Zh

    Five years after devastating earthquake, Haiti still struggles with old demons | The Miami Herald http://ht.ly/H34Iy

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