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To many, history might be dry and boring, yet if we have a burning desire to understand what is truth, then history becomes vibrant and alive. History sheds light on our present world and also gives understanding for the future. It is through history that we find our roots, and has become the reason and object of why much of our history today has been throughly censored; so that our roots will be purposely obscured. The day is approaching, perhaps, when the only historians will be amateurs who study history as self-help, who examine the past in order to make sense of the present and not be caught unprepared by the future. "We have been taught lies. Reality is not at all what we perceive it to be. Reality must be discerned at all costs if we are to be a part of the future.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater (aka Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was briefly carried by WVXU-FM in Cincinnati
CBS Radio Mystery Theater (aka Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was briefly carried by WVXU-FM in Cincinnati.
This week on the John Link Show we willbe giving a preview to one of the biggest conventions on the East Coast, Chiller Theater April 24th - 26th. Yours truly Edward X. Young will be a guest and also has two new films screening there, "Faces" and Season Two of "Zombies Incorporated." Guests include the legendary Ann Margaret, Dick Miller, John Schneider, Terry Kiser, guests from Walking Dead, Sons Of Anarchy, Happy Days and MORE!!! Also Michael Parks, William Katt, Ron Jeremy, Brinke Stevens, Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, Terry Funk and many more. Come tonight and find out what makes this show one of the biggest conventions out there.
The King of DC Media (KODCM), Willam Powell, welcomes actor extraordinaire Adiyb Muhammad, who the KODCM has dubbed "The Theater Warrior", back to the Inside Acting Radio Show to talk about his white hot career.
Read just a sliver of what he's been doing, in his own words:
As a working actor,yes I am performing in "Love Is Still Blind" May 2nd/ Dry Bones June 27th and The Piano Lesson July 31st & August 1st stage plays locally in the DMV. By Play wrights Damon Sanders/Ivy Hawkins and August Wilson. I feel truly blessed because as an actor when I read these parts they all offered different and unique opportunities to create very different characters. I love film but my first love is truly theater it makes you delve deep into your skills on a very in-depth level. No retakes, no editing just raw unadulterated work. Memorization of lines a must and character development an absolute necessity and intense commitment to be successful. 10 years and counting!!! I LOVE THIS BUSINESS, I"LL BE IN IT TILL I'M LAYED TO REST! Thank you heavenly father for allowing me to discover this part of me!!! JUST A THOUGHT!!!
It’s A Mystery To Me with Stacy Verdick Case welcome’s Angela Henry author of five mysteries featuring amateur sleuth Kendra Clayton, as well as the thriller The Paris Secret.
Angela is also the creator of the website Myst Noir which spotlights mysteries written by African-American authors and featuring African-American sleuths.
When Angela is not working, writing, or practicing her stealth, she loves to travel, is connoisseur of B horror movies, and an admitted anime addict. She lives in Ohio and is currently hard at work trying to meet her next deadline.
Visit Angela on her website, her Facebook page or on Twitter. Her books are available from Amazon.
Learn more about your host Stacy Verdick Case on Twitter, Facebook, or her website www.StacyVerdickCase.com
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in The Bible
One chapter in the book of Revelation (the last book of the Bible) describes a future superpower 'city' named “Mystery Babylon”. Why is it a “mystery”? Because the identity wasn't revealed at the time the prophecy was given. Obviously it would become known at some future date when this country/city comes into existence. If this country exists today, let's see if you can guess which it is based on descriptions in the Bible. Tonight 8pm. Central.
Amy Beth welcomes author and actress Kathryn Leigh Scott for a creative conversation about inspiration, influence and process. We dive into her latest novel Jinxed, the second book in the Jinx Fogarty Mystery series. And Kathryn will share how her acting career- including stints as a Playboy bunny, her famous turn on the classic gothic soap Dark Shadows and recurring role on the hit sitcom The Goldbergs- informs her writing.
And the usual hoopla: Free flow Pop Culture convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!
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in Pop Culture
Huffington Post Columnist and the author of Broken Places Rachel Thompson and writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz host media guests and talk varied subjects on Lets Talk
Tonight we have a MYSTERY GUEST on the show ..We cannot tell you who,but this noted writer/blogger is. The guest is making a name for themselves but you will be surprised at our guest
Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
A sleepy mystery for a Friday night
Harry James & His Orchestra Memphis Blues
Sleepy Time Gal
Harry James & Frank Sinatra I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Don't Cry Baby
Collins and Harlan The international Rag
“When old Silas does the turkey-trot to "Turkey in the straw"
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
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All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Harry James and His Orchestra
Columbia 36713 1944
Written W. C. Handy
Sleepy Time Gal
Written Lorenzo, Alden, Egan, Whiting
Harry James, Frank Sinatra
Columbia 36687 1944
I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night
Both Written Adamson &McHugh
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
Both from the Movie “Higher and Higher”
Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra
Label: Decca 18569 1944
Don't Cry Baby
Vocals Judy Carol Written By Jimmy Mitchelle, Sammy Lowe
Vocals Trevor Bacon Written Al Neiburg, Henri Woode, Lucky Millinder
Columbia A1406 1913 The international rag Collins and Harlan
1913 When old Silas does the turkey-trot to "Turkey in the straw"