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On episode 21 our panel takes a look at fighting/ arguing during relationships and how this can or cannot lead to compromising
Hosts: Kinte Acuminous Watanabe
Norma Mena Odette-Graycon Blanch-Sonata Shai G.
Olaf Barbosa TBA
production info:episode 20 Moral Dilemmas 7/21/14
Jealousy and insecurity
Communication, or lack thereof
Problems in the bedroom
The past and baggage
What does these fights mean/and do for you?
It shows that you both care?
It gives you an outlet to work out underlying problems?
It shows that you’re willing to make the relationship work?
Fighting makes the relationship stronger?
C Fox is back behind the microphone, this time reviewing this weekend's big release, The Purge: Anarchy, the sequel to last year's box office surprise The Purge. The flick stars Frank Grillo, Carmen Ejogo, Zach Gilford, Keile Sanchez, Zoe Soul, Michael Kenneth Williams, Noel Gugliemi, Jack Conley, Justina Machado, Edwin Hodge, Roberta Valderrama. Action. Director James Demonaco. Synopsis: A couple returning home whose car is disabled, a sergeant with revenge on his mind, and a working mother caring for her daughter and ill father all come together on the night of the purge, a government sanctioned event where all crime is legal and no emergency or medical services provided for a period of twelve hours once per year.
Reboadcast For April Autism Awareness Month
Synopsis: An autistic young man, mired in servitude towards an unseen overlord by day, adopts his real identity as a human being in the form of comedic observations to an audience of onlookers. But soon casts off the shackles binding him and speaks out with his true voice.
Original One-Man Show Written and Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk
Adapted For Radio By: Tim Pylylpiuk
Music By: Peter Gabriel
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On episode 20 we present several Moral Dilemmas to the panel and get what they would do in these situations.
Hosts: Kinte Acuminous Watanabe
Norma Mena Meosha Bean Shirley Martin
Olaf Barbosa Yardley Hickey
production info:episode 20 Moral Dilemmas 7/14/14
C Fox reviews "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes", the second installment in the reboot of the iconic tale of intelligent apes rising to the forefront of civilization while humans recede into the background, in effect, switching places in the heirarchy of sentient animals. Starring: Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell. Directed by Matt Reeves. Synopsis: A growing nation of genetically evolved apes, led by Caesar, is threatened by a group of humans who have survived the devastating virus unwittingly unleashed 10 years previously. There is an uneasy truce between the two groups, but they are brought to the brink of war to determine who will be the dominant species on the planet
Synopsis: The distillation of Kevin Holtz's story of abuse and survival is performed in full with musical accompaniement and an important message at the end denoting the motive behind performing it.
Rated: PG-13 for coarse language, adult situations and material.
"Speak To Me" Serial Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Distillation Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk, Maria Illiou, Bill Boutin, and April Griffin
Soundtrack By: Pink Floyd, Sade, Duran Duran, Jon Hopkins, Crash Test Dummies, Enigma, Kenji Eno, Sam Cooke, U2, Katie Irving, Shinko Ogata & Nobuo Uematso, Peter Gabriel, Claude Michel-Schonberg & Colm Wilkson, Dot and The Kangaroo Title Theme.
Dedicated to all Male Victims/Survivors of Sexual Abuse, their families, friends, and connections. This is for you.
Steve Martin attended Birmingham City University where he gained a degree in English. Since then,
he has worked mainly in education, including 15 years teaching English in prisons. He currently lives in Llandudno in North Wales with his wife and two sons. Steve has had six non-fiction children's books published with Buster Books, one of Britain’s leading publishers of children's books. He has also had a range of other work published, including abridged classics for children and his adult novel, Going Down, based on his experience of working in the prison system. Please visit the author’s website: http://www.steve-martin.co.uk/
Here is a brief synopsis of his current title:
Kevin Beeston is a 15-year-old on work assignment with his father's company. The company demolishes old buildings, replacing them with mass-produced buildings. In one of the buildings Kevin
encounters a group of ghosts. He finds that these spirits are tied to the old buildings and once the building is destroyed, so are they. Kevin then begins a campaign to save the natural habitat of the ghosts.
The Poppleham Ghosts is more than a ghost story and is more concerned with the manner in which the modern world is increasingly sterile and mass-produced and leaves no place for the imagination
(symbolized by the ghosts).This is a book that will appeal to Young Adults making the transition from childhood to adulthood and battling with the pressures and realities of today’s world.
5pm to 6pm - Writer's Block "Sci-Fi"
Synopsis: On this episode, host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney take one last parting look at the Western involving humorous deconstruction before blasting off into the nether regions of Science-Fiction, plotting a course from early authors like Jules Verne and H.G. Wells to the classic staple of Gene Roddenbury's Star Trek.
6pm to 7pm - "The Grooming Hour"
Synopsis: Tim Pylypik hosts another session of grooming and fine-tuning with Bill Boutin and April Griffin, the latter making her debut on Radio today. They will perform selected bits from Phoebe Murer's serial play Meltdown involving the introduction of Polly and Adam in Season Three before the show takes a turn into "Serious" mode with a distillated, cliff-notes version of Tim Pylypiuk's 7-part mini-serial "Speak To Me". Bill and April will take on roles and, for those who know the entire play, will witness a fresh interpretation of them before Tim reveals the context behind this selection of work at the episode's conclusion.
Rated: (Meltdown) Pg-13 for Coarse Language
(Speak To Me) PG-13 for Coarse Language, Strong and Intense situations and subject matter.
"Meltdown" Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk (with additional scenes and dialogue)
"Speak To Me" Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Both Starring: Bill Boutin, April Griffin, and Tim Pylypiuk
Soundtrack By: (Speak To Me Scene #10) Claude-Michel Schonberg & Colm Wilkson
CFox is back again, this time reviewing the summer blockbuster and recent release "X-Men: Days Of Future Past starring Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Lawrence, Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, Peter Dinklage, Ellen Page, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, Shawn Ashmore, Halle Berry, Nicholas Hoult, Evan Peters, Omar Sy, Josh Helman, James Marsden, Mark Camacho.Directed by Bryan Singer. Synopsis: The X-Men send Wolverine back to 1973 in order to prevent an action by Mystique that results in their eventual destruction, along with the humans, at the hands of the mutant destroying Sentinels.
A prolific Nigerian playwright, novelist and screenwriter now based in London, HALF OF A YELLOW SUN is Biyi Bandele’s feature film directorial debut. This first feature follows his distinguished career writing and directing plays for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Court, and writing screenplays for the BBC and British and international film productions.
Bandele has previously written and directed a short, THE KISS (2009), a psychological thriller.
For television, Bandele wrote Not Even God is Wise Enough directed by Danny Boyle for BBC2 in 1994. His prolific writing for theatre includes his adaptation of Aphra Benn’s Oroonoko, which was a huge hit for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2000, and was successfully revived by New York’s Theatre for a New Audience in 2007. Bandele’s fiction writing includes Burma Boy published by Jonathan Cape in 2007 (published as The King’s Rifle, Harper Collins in the US in 2009).
Film Synopsis: Olanna (Thandie Newton) and Kainene (Anika Noni Rose) are glamorous twins from a wealthy Nigerian family. Upon returning to a privileged city life in newly independent 1960s Nigeria after their expensive English education, the two women make very different choices. Olanna shocks her family by going to live with her lover, the “revolutionary professor” Odenigbo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) in the dusty university town of Nsukka; Kainene turns out to be a fiercely successful businesswoman when she takes over the family interests, and surprises even herself when she falls in love with Richard (Joseph Mawle), an English writer. They become caught up in the events of the Nigerian civil war, in which the lgbo people fought an impassioned struggle to establish Biafra as an independent republic.
We'll be talking about the Indie film GILGAMESH with Jody Celentano, Rick Chandler and Angel Conell. A synopsis on GILGAMESH will be discussed as we talk about what inspired Rick to create the film. We'll find out how Jody and Angel got involved in GILGAMESH and learn a little about their parts in the film. For more information check out GILGAMESH's IMDb page & Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boston-Film-Family-LLC/195491153798914
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On episode 19 we discuss how to balance having a successful career and relationship at the same time.
• Does one thing have to come first?
• Should you put love on hold to build up your career?
• Can 2 busy career people have a successful relationship?
• How to make time for your special someone?
• Managing a busy career and parenthood
• Pregnancy and career
• Should you ever let opportunity’s go for the sake of your relationship?
• How to deal with someone who has a busy career?
Hosts: Kinte Acuminous Watanabe
Norma Mena Gameela Wright Suzy Yue Cher Davis
production info:episode 18 Knowing your worth 6/23/14
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