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Opening song: "Far Too Long" by Better Left Unsaid from the album The Fight Within.
PWICU Radio kicks off it's eighth season with England's very own International Christian Coach Junior Stewart. Stewart will share his story of growing up in an environment where he was constantly being labeled as a "NOTHING"; developing seizures during his 20's, witness the divorce of his parents and two siblings, Stewart swore he'd never get a divorce, but it happened just a year after his own marriage; the death of a beloved uncle and almost losing his own mother to an epileptic seizure. It was a dark time for Stewart, that's until his encounter with GOD.
Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews Junior Stewart about his path in life and how he's helped thousands of people to overcome and become champions against all odds.
Cheap Pop Radio Welcomes Current, NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion, "The Real Deal" Chase Owens!! We will be talking with Chase days prior to him leaving for his debut with NJPW, as he defends his NWA World Jr. Championship!
Join us Live at 8:30PM Est. as we play our new segment, STUMP THE MONKEY!! If you can call in, and stump the Monkey, then you will win a prize!
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CHEAP POP RADIO LIVE WITH NWA WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, CHASE OWENS!
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. During this show, I will interview professional bowler and OUCARES bowling instructor Brian Light. Brian will also talk about his anti-bullying efforts.
This show will take place Thursday, October 2nd at 6pm EST, 3pm PST, and 11 pm GMT.
If you are not able to listen to the live broadcast, you can use the show link to listen to the show on demand at your convenience.
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This week, ESPN reporter Jim Trotter joins us to talk about a few hot button topics in the NFL, gives his opinion on the officiating in the league, and an update on his book about Junior Seau. Then the ladies of NFLFemale review week 6 and give their picks for week 7. Join us
Tune into the next broadcast of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. During this show, I will interview previous guest Jake McCorry, who is on the autism spectrum and gay. Jake is also a musician and will perform a few of his covers over the air.
This show will take place Thursday, September 18th at 6 pm EST, 3 pm PST, and 11 pm UK time.
Due to the sensitivity of the show content, we will not be accepting unsolicited callers for this show.
This is the official relaunch of Junior Positively Autistic: Ryan's Spectrum Talk. I've been off the air for most of the summer but I'm back now and ready to continue raising positive autism awareness with a number of great guests with many insights about autism.
This show will air Thursday, August 4th at 6 pm EST, 3 pm PST, and 11 pm UK time.
During this show, I will be discuss some of the traveling I did over the summer teaching kids and teens on the autism spectrum. I visited Sondra Williams' camp in Worthington Ohio and observed the camp she has created, being on the autism spectrum herself. I also led my own program in Malvern Pennsylvania for Acting Antics which was also very exciting. If you would like to call in and join in the conversation, feel free to do so by dialing 619-393-2848 or by calling in through Skype.
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