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  • 00:48

    Hugh Jackman Celebration

    in Movies

    Movie Addict HQ salutes Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Hugh Jackman with a discussion of his best film performances, his Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, and his upcoming movies including The Wolverine and The Greatest Showman on Earth. Joining the festivities are movie buff/award-winning blogger Fausta Rodriguez Wertz and other Hugh Jackman fans. Although known best for his exciting Wolverine role in the X-Men movies, this talented Australian actor boasts numerous films and TV shows to his credit, plus he’s also garnered acclaim for his outstanding performances in stage musicals, even winning a Tony for The Boy from Oz. And we mustn’t forget Jackman’s Emmy -- which he earned for his entertaining turn as host of the Tony Awards. Jackman won additional fans with his rousing stint as host of the 2009 Academy Awards and his recent Golden Globe-winning portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables.

  • 00:22

    Milling About with Grayson Hugh

    in Entertainment

    Grayson Hugh is Back To The Soul with a new album, returning to his blue-eyed southern soul sound, country and rock roots. Grayson tells host Robin Milling the inspiration for the album and stories behind such songs as the title cut, Rock 'n Roll Man, Getting On With My Life and Already In Love With You; a tribute to his marriage of seven years to wife and collaborator in life and music, Polly Messer.

    Grayson says the album is a return to his soul both musically and spiritually. He explains, 'A song like Thank You Lord; I'm very grateful to be alive, be sober 11 years and my gratitude also being happily married finally after many dysfunctional relationships I'm very grateful to my higher power.'

    For more information and to buy Back To The Soul visit:



  • 01:00

    RJ Tolson: Author - Hugh: The Southern Flame

    in Entertainment

    Best selling author, RJ Tolson, returns to Rated G Radio to talk about his new book, "Hugh: The Southern Flame."  RJ will also get us caught up on what's been going on in his creative world in the last year, including his second classical music cd!

    Call 323 657-1493 to ask RJ a question and join the fun!

    Buy RJ's books on Amazon here!

    From working with charity organizations to attending university and having his first novel published at the age of 18, Zephyr the West Wind, published and read throughout the world, RJ Tolson has not taken the traditional literary route to say the least. Currently promoting  the sequel to his debut novel, Book 2 of the Chaos Chronicles: Hugh the Southern Flame, both the author and his work have begun to slowly climb up the latter of recognition and success and achieve critical acclaim to the point of being looked upon as a teenage sensation along with respective industry teen idols Justin Bieber, Christopher Paolini , Austin Mahone, and more. Weaving tales that not only pull the reader in and leave them wanting more, he takes his readers into a world that will change their own perception on reality and fantasy. RJ resides in Washington D.C., with much of his time being spent in Los Angeles to promote and work on his novels as well as his businesses. RJ is constantly working towards bringing people together through the passion of literature.

  • 01:47

    The Net Live Post Nashville/Halloween/Hugh McCutcheon Edition

    in Sports

    We're back from Nashville.  On this episode we chat about FIVB Olympic Beach Volleyball update, College Volleyball Weekly, Recap our Trip to Nashville and we chatted with Minnesota Women's Head Volleyball Coach Hugh McCutcheon.

  • 00:26

    Hugh Cornwell, Author & Legendary Strangler Visits Madame Perry's Salon

    in Pop Culture

    Hugh Cornwell, Author, Botanist, and  legendary Strangler Visits Madame Perry's Salon

    You may have first met  English musician and singer-songwriter Hugh Cornwell as the vocalist and guitarist for the punk rock/new wave band, The Stranglers, from 1974 to 1990. He hasn't slowed down since then, writing music, recording, touring, performing as well as being a prolific author. His books a located on a variety of bookseller's shelving categories - memoir, autobiography, mystery, suspense, and we can expect more.

    Cornwell is on tour now promoting his newest CD release, yet is kindly taking time to visit Madame Perry's Salon. Joining me in the co-host seats are Joe Symes and Colin Whilte from the popular UK rock band Joe Symes & The Loving Kind.


    Thanks to David Fagence and Jo Murray for helping to make this show possible.

    Thanks, always, to Denton Perry for opening theme music "Miss E's Vacation."

  • 00:08

    Hugh Cornwell vivits Madame Perry's Salon

    in Pop Culture

    Hugh  Cornwell vivits Madame Perry's Salon

  • Hugh Newman and Jim Vieira: Giants on Record, America’s Hidden History

    in News

    For a long time, it was thought giants were just part of folklore, but recent research into old documents, newspapers, journals, first hand reports, and old photos now suggest that these may have been a reality. It is the discoveries in the mounds and megalithic sites of North America that have created a huge controversy, because there are at least 1500 reports of a giant race, some with double rows of teeth, horned skulls, powerful jaws, and elongated craniums, who ruled the continent since at least 7,000 BC. 

    Jim Vieira is a stonemason and writer and has collated 1500 newspapers and scholarly accounts of giant skeletons being found in North America, In 2012 he created the online blog 'The Daily Giant’ presenting one giant report per day. He is star of the History Channel TV show Search for the Lost Giants with his brother Bill. 

    Hugh Newman is an explorer, megalithomaniac and author of Earth Grids: The Secret Pattern of Gaia’s Sacred Sites. He has been a regular guest on History Channel’s Ancient Aliens and featured in Search for the Lost Giants. He has articles published in Atlantis Rising (US), New Dawn (Australia) and numerous other publications. His websites are www.megalithomania.co.uk and www.hughnewman.co.uk

  • 01:25

    Reel to Real ~ Tomorrowland, 2015

    in Movies

    Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory.

  • 02:02

    Talk Jamaica Nov 22, 2016

    in Current Events

    On Talk Jamaica this week it’s all about our pre-election feature ‘ON THE BALLOT’.

    At 4:20, Incumbent MP and PNP Candidate for St. Elizabeth South Western, Hugh Buchanan will join us along with his opponent the JLP’s Floyd Green. Then, at 5 p.m., the PNP’s candidate for Clarendon South Eastern – Patricia Duncan-Sutherland along with a representative for incumbent MP Rudyard Spencer will tell us why they should win the seat.

    Then at 5:40 we have Talk Vault our new Political Ombudsman will join us. Talk Jamaica comes your way live at 4pm 

  • 00:48

    A Little Night Music #24 With Madame Perry

    in Pop Culture

    A Little Night Music #24 With Madame Perry

    Harrison Brown - Summer Grass

    Joe Symes & The Loving Kind - Lovers Under Cover

    Hugh Cornwell - Under Her Spell

    Denton Perry - The Lights Are On

    Elizabeth Elkins - Sex And The Drugs

    Hugh Cornwell - Hot Cat On A Tin Roof

    Kim Meeks - Sleeping With The Past

    The Jennifer Perry Combo - No Moon At All

    Hugh Cornwell - Cadiz

    Poplock Holmes - Pound Of The Basskervilles

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  • 00:43

    Cult classic horror movies

    in Movies

    This week were were going start are Halloween shows starting off with the cult classic horror movies that started it all. Like the mummy, Dracula, Frankenstein and many others. Plus were going talk about the films that pay tribute to them. And the remakes that were done. Plus were going talk about the back stories of these films. Like what happen behind close doors when they were getting made. There been many remakes or copy cats and they have failed to. Take Dracula with Gary oldman that was a great master peace and the mummy with Brenden Fraser that one was good but it also had little mix of Indiana Jones to it. The one they could work harder on was van helsing with Hugh Jackman it was ok. But call in and give us your thoughts on them and what u thought of the classic horror