• 01:03

    Beauty Talk with Nigerian Film & TV Makeup Artist Lola Maja-Okojevoh

    in Blogs

    Join us on this Sunday, Dec. 14th 6 hours earlier for Beauty Talk.  We will be joined by Nigerian Film & TV Makeup Artist Lola Maja-Okojevoh. Lola will share her story at 3pm EST/2pm CST/12pm PST right here on BlgTalk Radio. You don't want to miss this conversation. If you do miss it, please tune into Beauty Talk at its regularly sceduled time at 9pm EST to here the interview played again. Again, we will be live at 3pm. Follow our Tweetchat as well by using the hashtag #BeautyLounge.

  • 00:30

    Doctor Mother Love Discusses Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

    in Motivation

    Listen in as Doctor Mother Love gives her insight on the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls in 2014.

    For more information, please visit http://amaracares.com/.



  • 01:00

    Humility of the Brain by Nigerian-born author Prince Ezem Ihenacho

    in Spirituality

    Humility of the Brain by Nigerian-born author Prince Ezem Ihenacho

    Drawing on his personal and professional experiences, from growing up in his native Nigeria to working within the mental health sector, Ihenacho offers a fresh perceptive and a wildly imaginative interpretation of humankind. Humility of the Brain introduces his ‘five fingers theory’ in which he asserts that man’s fingers ’need to be strong and healthy in their individual capacity but must work in a complimentary fashion… for the hand to function at its best.’

    Also, a message close to Ihenacho’s heart is that the restriction on education for women is the greatest crime against humanity - highlighting that the only way to reach a peaceful and open-minded future is by investing in universal and comprehensive education.

    Ultimately, Ihenacho intends to reinforce his belief that the differences found across the world provide a richness and intelligence that otherwise would be missing from our lives and - reflecting Aristotle’s belief that, ‘The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts,’ - that by harnessing our individual gifts we can work together towards a modern day utopia.

    To purchase Humility of the Brain from Amazon.com, Click Here.

  • 02:03

    WTR: Eric Kirsch (Erik Havamal - the Nigerian) & Lt. Col (Ret.) Gordon Cucullu

    in Military

    Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn & Jeff Young is exremely honored to be joined by Eric Kirsch and Lt. Col. (Ret.) Gordon Cucullu.

    Eric Kirsch, or as many know him Erik Havamal - The Nigerian, is a 2004 Graduate of The Citadel. Eric served as a Counterintelligence Officer and Active Duty NCIS Special Agent in the USMC for 8 years, leaving as a Captain. Eric served two tours in OIF, one tour in OEF, as well as, two more tours to Iraq as a civilian advisor in transnational security.  Eric is the CEO of Torchlight USA, LLC.

    Retired Army Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu was in Gordon Cucullu is a former Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel with more than four decades of experience dealing with the tumultuous region of East Asia, including North and South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and Southeast Asia. He is Senior Non-resident Fellow at the Center for Security Policy. His best-selling book, Separated at Birth: How North Korea became the Evil Twin, has been acclaimed as one of the best insights into the convoluted, long-running conflict between South and North Korea. He paints a stark portrait of the dark world of Kim Jong Il’s rogue regime, the most egregious human rights violator on earth, and perhaps the only state in history to be supported primarily by illegal and criminal activities. Gordon is recognized as one of the leading authorities on the complex, dangerous threat posed by North Korea through its deadly connections to other American enemies in the war for the free world. 

    We will be discussing both the fight in Iraq against ISIS and the Valhalla Project!!

    Please do not miss this episode of Warrior Talk Radio.  Guest call in number is 646-595-3504!

  • 01:48

    Thinking Aloud with Ayo- Nigerian Entertainment Industry in the UK

    in Lifestyle

    The Nigerian Entertainment industry in the UK is gaining  alot of ground.......



    you are a Nigerian,

    you are married to a Nigerian,

    you live next door to a Nigerian,

    you work with a Nigerian,

    you are a Nigerian with pre-teen to young adult kids,

    sha, if you’re living!!!...you would definitely have  noticed that the Nigerian entertainment scene outside of Nigeria has ‘gone nuclear’!

    Be it in music, comedy, fashion, award shows, films, there’s no denying that Nigerians are making a mark and even leading the way in the Entertainment Industry.

    This week’s episode of the TAWA will be focusing on the industry’s steady rise, whether or not it has peaked, the attraction by other ethnicities, the support of the industry within the UK and back home. We’ll look at impact this industry has also had on the younger Nigerian generation, especially those born outside of Nigeria.

    To help us along with these conversations, I’ll be joined by @Akinlolu Jekins, an Event entrepreneur/Artiste Manager and showbiz impresario! As well as the one and only @wisetola, CEO of @women4Africa, radio personality/presenter/author/general superwoman :)

     There’ll also be an opportunity to win tickets to the upcoming UK MAVIN concert!

  • 02:02

    What Must Women Do To Help Get The Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls Back?

    in Women

    On April 15, 2014, members of the religious extremist group Boko Haram (whose name means "Western Education Is Sinful") raided a schoolhouse in Borno, Nigeria and abducted 234 girls. The kidnapping has provoked worldwide outrage. Members of Boko Haram have made public a video in which they bragged that the girls were now their slaves and they intend to sell them. Women around the world have staged protests and even U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama spoke out against this barbaric act. Many have voiced frustrations that government officials are not doing enough. Princess Adenike Akorede, Publisher, Editor in Chief and CEO of Shekinah International Magazine, explains how she is organizing protest rallies and mobilizing the Nigerian community in the U.S. to join with protesters around the world in a campaign to "Bring Back Our Girls!" What must women do to succeed in this effort?

  • 01:01

    Persecution, NSA, Controlling America, Nigerian Terror, Prophecy Headline News

    in Religion

    Persecution, NSA, Controlling America, Nigerian Terror, Prophecy Headline News 05-08-14

    On the front burner today Persecution Report lists Obama Administration as the NSA moves to monitor the Stock Market. Controlling America, its Conservative website powerbrokers like Drudge, Hannity, and others ramping up. Liberals want America, Anti Gay, Anti Obama Policies not welcomed, plus Washington’s Smile of Heaven on America. It is an end of the week wrap with aggressive powers moving in on the traditional America and its shores of foundations. This week it’s world scope, world view, new age, and the demise of any opposition. The visions of those in control, hate those who rise up to speak against their agenda’s. 

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  • 02:00

    Thinking Aloud with Ayo in conversation with Ola Awonubi

    in Lifestyle

    Today's episode will feature Author Ola Awonubi...


    We'll be talking about creative writing, nigerian literature, pursuing a passion to write....and anything else that takes our fancy :)

  • 00:40

    Remembering V E Day 1945 plus military options to rescue the Nigerian girls

    in Politics

    Guest:  Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger.

    We will remember VE-Day 1945, or the day that World War II ended in Europe.     The war went on for another 4 months until Japan surrendered in September 1945.

    We will also look at the military options to rescue the Nigerian girls.  What can the US, or other countries do, to rescue the girls kidnapped by terrorist groups?

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  • 00:24

    Letter to Nigerian Mothers by Liysa Swart, Activist against Domestic Violence

    in Education

    The scheduled guest, Barrister Godwin Sunday Inyang from Eket, Nigeria again had difficulty of connection through the telephone.  Therefore, we introduce you, the audience a Letter to Nigerian Mother by Liysa Swart.   Liysa Swart is a board of director of SWACIN and an activist against Domestic Violence running NGO, Voices Set Free Domestic Violence; she offers her support to women and children  facing violence how to avoid tragedy she faced spending 12 years in prison after she defended her children and killed her abusive husband . 

    Global Eco Talk Show is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com

    Stay tuned!

  • 01:57


    in Radio


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