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She's documented history, using her camera to unite cultures and generations...join May and Cynthia as they welcome legendary photographer, author and filmmaker Lisa Law...a pioneer in visualization for activism...and a warrior and champion for those who can't speak loudly enough to be heard...live...Monday...noon eastern.
Join May and Cynthia as they welcome back one of their show favorites, author, songwriter and restauranteur, San Diego's own Ingrid Croce.
Lynne Robin Green started out as a songwriter and along the way became a champion and advocate for the rights, protection, and representation of songwriters and artists alike. Her music publishing and administrative group LWBH (Lansdowne Winston-Bloor Hoffman House) goes beyond publishing...specializing in recovering lost material of artists and writers, collecting royalties and protecting licensing. She is a journalist, songwriter, advocate and educator with worldwide reach. But plainly put...she loves music. Join May and Cynthia as they welcome music publishing giant Lynne Robin Green.
Join May and Cynthia as they pay tribute to May's friend Cynthia Lennon...live...Monday noon eastern.
He's been hailed as a major influence on the seventies punk scene. His guitar skills have been described as "...both demonic and intellectual, almost how you would imagine Darth Vader to sound if he was in a band..."
He's here to talk with May and Cynthia about his new album Re-Licked...join them...live...as they grill James Williamson of The Stooges...live...Monday noon eastern.
Join May and Cynthia as they rehash the week that was...including Julian Lennon's new exhibit in Manhattan....live...Monday noon eastern
Jack talks with Katy Lock and Daniel May, creators of "The Specials", a groundbreaking new reality show premiering on Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network. You might describe this heartwarming series as Friends meets The Real World... sort of.
This is not your typical reality show which some might call contrived or perhaps even scripted situations and conflicts. This series captures the very real experiences of five young adults with intellectual disabilities living together as housemates in Brighton, England.
Katy and Daniel share their roller coaster journey that began when the original pilot that Katy was working on failed to get picked up by a UK Broadcaster. They discuss how they plowed through that disappointment, with the help of the housemates, by creating their own Web Show that went on to earn two Webby Awards in the "People's Choice" and "Reality" categories.
They go on to unfold the series of events that let them to landing a deal with Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network and share the excitement of the Thirteen Episode Marathon that will premier September 7th 2014, just 10 days from when this interview was recorded.
To Learn More visit http://www.oprah.com/app/the-specials.html
Watch the 13 Episode Marathon September 7th at 2:30pm eastern 1:30 central time on The OWN Network.
Five decades of music making...crossing from soul to pop to dance...May and Cynthia are debuting his new release One Man Woman...join them live as they welcome the incomparable Brenton Wood...Monday...noon eastern.
Join May and Cynthia as they play catch-up this week...they've got some great guests lined up...hop aboard and take a spin...they'll fill you in...
Our pal and the king of self-promotion Jon D'Amore switches gears and introduces us to a song he wrote performed by Mike Boldt of the group Dez Manku. Mike, like most musicians, felt the passion to play as a kid and began recording songs after his father bought him his first guitar. The influence of The Beatles, The Beach Boys and ELO can be heard on his cd's and film soundtracks. Mike debuts Jon's song Can You Feel the Son Go Down for May and Cynthia...live...noon eastern.
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