• 02:57

    Who's in Charge/OTR Creepy Tales

    in Education

    Monday, October 13, 2014, 8:00 PM Eastern Time


    Calling all Patriots,


    We invite you to join us for the next installment of “Who’s in Charge”


    As we start off the new week with more answers and solutions.


    Mike will be keeping a promise he made at the end of the last show,


    That he would share a discovery he made about managing time that helped his time management skills so much that he tripled his income, cut his work week in half, and did all that in less than 100 days because he discovered three little insights.


    Mike will also share a strategy he taught a stay at home mom who wanted to re enter the workforce at the age of 40 plus that was so powerful she landed an $85,000 per year job on her first interview.


    “Being blind is very time consuming!”


    But it gave me the opportunity to figure out the secrets of ultimate Time-management, which I will be sharing with our listeners.  These 3 insights allow me to earn more income and do more of the fun and important things I really want to do in my life; so I’m not complaining at all!


    The skill of managing time has truly put me in charge of my own life!


    Mike


    Tonight’s 3rd hour we share two episodes from Dark Fantasy,


    The man who came back: and Thing from the sea.

  • 00:16

    "Buck Rogers" on OTR

    in Entertainment

    "Buck Rogers" on OTR. Buck Rogers is a fictional character who first appeared in Armageddon 2419 A.D. by Philip Francis Nowlan in the August 1928 issue of the pulp magazine Amazing Stories as Anthony Rogers. 


    In 1932, the Buck Rogers radio program, notable as the first science fiction program on radio, hit the airwaves. It was broadcast in four separate runs with varying schedules. Initially broadcast as a 15 minute show on CBS in 1932, it was on a Monday through Thursday schedule. In 1936, it moved to a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule and went off the air the same year. Mutual brought the show back and broadcast it three days a week from April to July 1939 and from May to July 1940, a 30 minute version was broadcast on Saturdays. From September 1946 to March 1947, Mutual aired a 15 minute version on weekdays. The radio show again related the story of our hero Buck finding himself in the 25th century.


    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO. 

  • 01:55

    OTR Trucking and the Right to Carry

    in Current Events

    As professional truck drivers make their way across the country, their job calls for them to work in every high crime area in the United States. Major cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, Baltimore, Oakland, the boroughs of New York City and everywhere in-between, truckers can find themselves in serious and dangerous situations.


    With the trucking industry operating 24/7 with scheduled pickups and deliveries at any given time of the day or night, these men and women of the highway face many areas of criminal activity and can often be the targeted victim as well. Even though there is no Federal Law that prohibits truck drivers from the legal right to carry a firearm for protection, individual motor carrier rules may do so.


    In 2012, Detroit city alone was home to 386 murders and 15,009 violent crimes as this is one of many major freight hubs where truckers must conduct business to keep America moving. Furthermore, rise in crime has fast been expanding outside of the typical major city areas such as states in the South and Midwest.


    The reality of trucking is that it can be a dangerous job and the inability for the driver to carry protection due to company rules and regulations can only add to the situation. Even with a legal state permit, drivers can find themselves in trouble if the transporting of the firearm is not in accordance with Federal Law 18 U.S. Code § 926A.


    Also, not every State recognizes an individual's State CCW. For example, only 34 states currently recognize a concealed weapon permit from the state of Florida; another aspect that could cause trouble for the driver entering such a state as New Jersey. It varies from state to state even more, as for example, only 18 states will recognize a permit from the state of Illinois.


    Where do truckers stand on their ability to carry for their own personal protection?  Call-in number: 347-826-9170

  • 01:10

    SB Barber Morning - Owner Mr. Terry Degree - Regional OTR Driver

    in Business

    Business of Monday Money Watch[Talk] - SB Barber Morning Show. Apostle SB Barber talks with Mr. Terry Degree, an Owner & Operator - Regional OTR Driver (Over The Road). From serving the United State Navy to Trucking School to 20 years as Owner/Operator, Mr. Degree has proven and continues to prove that it is worth it to bank on yourself.


    Topic:
    "If the commercial trucks stop rolling, America stops (read article)."
    There's nothing consumers use that hasn't been on a truck before you get it. 
    SAFETY.
    Is the broker paying me a fair price? Are the people I'm signed on to being honest? Trucking is a prosperous business, there is a DEMAND for it.

    Link: American Trucking Association
    When Trucks Stop, America Stops


    Send us your questions/comments before, during, after the broadcast. -- GRACEMediaNetwork.Blogspot.com -- or join us on twitter, -- or facebook.com --or youtube.com or Instagram@GMNLiveTv -- SB Barber Morning Show with Apostle Shena SB Barber is produced by ShenaBarber.com and presented by GRACE Media Network.

  • 00:17

    Gunsmoke "Billy the Kid" (PART 1) on OTR

    in Entertainment

    Gunsmoke "Billy the Kid" (PART 1) on OTR Old Time Radio, hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. Gunsmoke is one of those long-running classic Old-Time Radio shows that everyone knows and remembers. It's also one that is still respected for its high values, in all aspects. Gunsmoke first aired on the CBS network on April 26, 1952, billed as the first adult western. It was set in Dodge City, Kansas in the 1870's.


    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis . Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO .

  • 00:16

    Gunsmoke "Billy the Kid" (PART 2) on OTR

    in Entertainment

    Gunsmoke "Billy the Kid" (PART 2) on OTR Old Time Radio, hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. Gunsmoke is one of those long-running classic Old-Time Radio shows that everyone knows and remembers. It's also one that is still respected for its high values, in all aspects. Gunsmoke first aired on the CBS network on April 26, 1952, billed as the first adult western. It was set in Dodge City, Kansas in the 1870's.


    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis . Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO .

  • 00:30

    Lucille Ball & Desi in "Suspense"-OTR old time radio

    in Entertainment

    Lucille Ball & Desi in "Suspense"-OTR old time radio. Lucille Ball; there is only one Lucy! Hear Lucille ball on the show "Suspense" from 11/17/1944, in the episode entitled "The Red-Headed Woman. In "The Red-Headed Woman," Lucille Ball plays a dangerous woman on the run, and Desi Arnaz plays the man... who gets in her way. Linda is a secretary for the Jenson Company in Kansas City. One day, she gets a call from her fiancé, Frank, telling her that he has met someone else. For two years, her life had revolved around him, but now, she decides to live for herself. Linda wants to get away, and for that she needs money, so she steals a gun from her boss and the payroll money from the company safe.


    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis . Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO .

  • 00:43

    CBS Radio Mystery Theater - "The Hand" on OTR

    in Entertainment

    CBS Radio Mystery Theater - "The Hand" on OTR.
    "The Hand". Sponsored by: Budweiser, 7-Up. E. G. Marshall (host), Guy de Maupassant (author), Ian Martin (adaptor, performer), Alexander Scourby, Mildred Clinton, Guy Sorel. 
    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO. 

  • 00:31

    A Date With Judy - "Going to a Sinatra Movie" on OTR

    in Entertainment

    A Date With Judy - "Going to a Sinatra Movie" on OTR. Initially served as replacement for Bob Hope's show, A Date with Judy was teenage sitcom that aired on NBC and ABC from 1941 to 1950. The story was about the life of teenager named Judy Foster, played by actresses Ann Gillis (1941), Dennie Ellis (1942), and Louis Erickson (1943-1950). The show also had different sponsors at different periods, which include Bristol Myers, Tums, Ford Motors, and Revere Cameras.    At first, the show was aired every summer, from June to September. However, since the audience, particularly the teens, could very much relate to Judy's problems at school, with her parents, and love life, the show grew very popular. As a result, in 1944, it started to be heard all-year round, and lasted for seven more years, with the final episode broadcast on May 25, 1950.   A Date with Judy was also adapted for the big screen on 1948 starring Jane Powell for the lead role, along with Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Stack, Carmen Miranda, and Wallace Beery as her co-stars. A comic book adaptation was also released by the National Periodical Publications.   Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO. 

  • 00:24

    The Bob Hope Show with Jane Russell on OTR

    in Entertainment

    The Bob Hope Show with Jane Russell on OTR. This program originates from the Long Beach Naval Air Station. The first show of the season. Guests Bing Crosby and Jane Russell travel on, "The Road To New Orleans." Jane guides Bob on a fishing trip. Bob Hope, Les Brown and His Orchestra, Hy Averback (announcer), Marvin Fischer (writer), Norman Sullivan (writer), Larry Klein (writer), Al Capstaff (producer, director), Bing Crosby, Jane Russell. 


    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO. 

  • 00:06

    (THE END) CBS Radio Mystery Theater - "The Hand" on OTR

    in Entertainment

    (THE END) CBS Radio Mystery Theater - "The Hand" on OTR.
    Here is the riveting end of "The Hand."
    "The Hand". Sponsored by: Budweiser, 7-Up. E. G. Marshall (host), Guy de Maupassant (author), Ian Martin (adaptor, performer), Alexander Scourby, Mildred Clinton, Guy Sorel. 
    Before television, families would gather around the radio every night and imagine with their eyes. Some of the biggest stars of the screen were featured on these popular radio shows. You will be amazed at how interesting radio can be and how your imagination can run wild. Here, you will find well known celebrities such as Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, and more… . Hosted by Dr. Leigh-Davis. www.DrLeigh-Davis.com or www.IMDb.me/DrLeigh-Davis. Produced by Creative Endeavors. www.cEndeavors.CO. 

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