• 01:56

    Medium/Author David M. Baker -The In's & Out's of Mediumship and Paranormal

    in Paranormal

    Join us tonight for our special guest Medium David M. Baker, the Host of Beyond the Gate Radio. Tonight we will talk with David about the paranormal and the in's and out's of being a medium. We will discuss what affects the abilities such as medical issue's, life issues's etc. Also we will discuss the paranormal and the connections between spirituality and the paranormal....it will be a very important show for our loyal listeners to tune into. There will be no personal readings done by Medium David M Baker on this show so the phone lines will be closed. 

  • 00:30

    1st Timothy Bible Study Hear and Do

    in Christianity

    I Timothy shall ready you and teach thr Holy Scriptures in love and in the name of Jesus. The learning of the word and doing th word brings a deeper greater understanding of the scripture and a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus and the Father in the HOLY Spirit.


    Timothy is my name and this book happens to be one of my favorites.


    This is a boot camp for the believer in learning how all the stuff works.


     

  • 00:16

    Bing Crosby Louis Jordon Tommy Dorsey

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


     Bing Crosby Louis Jordon Tommy Dorsey


    (1)    My Baby Said Yes     


     (2)   Your Socks Don’t Match   


    (3) Chloe


    (4) At the Fat Man’s  


     Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/18/bing-crosby-louis-jordon-tommy-dorsey


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records


    All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US


    Bing Crosby with Louis Jordon and his Tympany Five ‎


    A: My Baby Says Yes


    B:  Your Socks Don't Match


    Label: Decca ‎– 23417


    Series: Personality Series 


    Released: 1944


    Genre: Jazz pop


    Style: Big Band Vocal 


    Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five


    Louis Jordan was an American popular music innovator who recorded from the 1930s until the 1970s. During the 1940s, he was the most popular recording artist of the soon-to-be-called rhythm and blues music. Jordan had eighteen No. 1 hits, which places him as the third most successful singles artist in Billboard R&B charts history.

  • 01:09

    LIVE WITH TONYA BAKER

    in Self Help

    WE ARE EXCITED TO HAVE GOSPEL SONGSTRESS TONYA BAKER! WE ARE TALKING MUSIC AND HER LATEST GIFT-WORSHIP BEYOND THE SONG

  • 00:45

    JGE BBW ADULT RADIO: GUESS SSBBW MODEL MZ SAINT LOUIS

    in Entertainment

    Tune in on jan 20 at 11:59pm est (Thurs night going into fri morning) We will be chatting it up with the newest model on the bombshell team. Mz Saint Louis. She will be ttelling us about how she got started and what else will be cumming up for this SSBBW goddest. All that and more. Call in with your comments and questions at


     


    (347) 327-9371


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:58

    Psychic Wisdom with Rev. Terry Baker

    in Spirituality

    TPN Radio Presents the Psychic Wisdom Show with Rev. Terry Baker.


    Rev. Terry became an ordained metaphysical Minister in April of 2005 and later became interested in Theta Healing. He took several courses from personal instructors and became a certified advanced Theta Healing Practitioner. He  also offers Psychic Readings and Manifestation help.

    Rev. Terry truly loves healing and helping others, and when he help someone else, it also helps him to grow and learn.


    http://www.truepsychicsnetwork.com/terry.php

  • 01:00

    Something's Brewing with Casey & John - Timothy J. Cox

    in Entertainment

    Join us for our next show with actor Timothy J. Cox!  


    In a career that began when he won the lead role in his eighth grade school musical, something that he auditioned for just to get out of Math class, critically acclaimed character actor Timothy J. Cox has shown no signs of slowing down. The actor, who has called New York City his home for almost 15 years, continues to give lauded performances in numerous stage and film productions, in roles large and small, classical and contemporary. Born in Philadelphia, Cox began studying acting in high school, performing in numerous plays and musicals. Jack Lemmon in Days of Wine and Roses and Donald Sutherland in Ordinary People. Both performances, especially Lemmon's (one of the actor's many idols) had a profound effect on the young actor. Tim continued his acting studies at Marietta College, Ohio and appeared in numerous plays, many of them classical works.  Moving to New York City in February of 2001. Since then, he has continued his work in the theatre, but has also appeared in over 50 films, with appearances in numerous independent short and feature films, earning positive reviews from numerous critics, as well as the title ''the Johnny Depp of Indie cinema'' from the independent film site Rogue Cinema. Since 2010, Cox has collaborated on five films with acclaimed writer / director Sean Meehan: Over Coffee,The Beachcomber, You're Not Safe Here, Mallas, MAand the upcoming Total Performance. On the theatre side of things, Cox has collaborated with his good friend, actor / director Lawrence Lesher, on over 10 productions since 2006, including the recent comedy The Asphalt Christmas, which enjoyed an acclaimed run at the Theatre Row Studios back in the end of December.

  • 00:25

    Interview with Mack Baker on being a junior and collegiate player

    in Sports

    This interview features Mack Baker a former junior and collegiate tennis player. The interview discusses junior competition, junior training, and coaching. 

  • 00:55

    Past Life Regression: Myth or Reality?

    in Spirituality

    World renowned psychic Neil Baker and host Kristin are featured on this hour long show which deals with the vast, expansive world of psychic phenomenon. This show delves into the extraordinary mysteries that reside beyond the physical realm of common experience. Neil and Kristin are your guides and teachers as they establish a stage that is both personal and universal, while callers have the opportunity to connect with Neil for one-on-one readings. Listener line: 914.338.0164. For an in-depth, personal reading, please call Neil at 562.596.7818.

  • 00:57

    Karmic Carryover + Readings

    in Lifestyle

    World renowned psychic Neil Baker and host Kristin are featured on this hour long show which deals with the vast, expansive world of psychic phenomenon. This show delves into the extraordinary mysteries that reside beyond the physical realm of common experience. Neil and Kristin are your guides and teachers as they establish a stage that is both personal and universal, while callers have the opportunity to connect with Neil for one-on-one readings. Listener line: 914.338.0164. For an in-depth, personal reading, please call Neil at 562.596.7818.

  • 00:59

    This Monstrous Narrative: Writer Aimee Baker weaves three story lines in essay

    in Writing

    I've never read Frankenstein. And honestly, I never wanted to. But then I found "This Monstrous Heart" by Aimee Baker. By the time she finished weaving in and out of three narratives in the creative nonfiction essay, I not only wanted to read Mary Shelley's legendary tome and every autobiography about her messy life, I wanted to devour anything Baker wrote, including her grocery lists and text messages.


    On February 8, 2015, Aimee will join me on my Behind the Prose Radio Show to discuss her writing life and craft. Make sure you read "This Monstrous Heart" which ran in the December 2014 issue of New Delta Review and tune into the show on Sunday at 6 PM EST. Aimee will take your questions on the air!


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    Aimee Baker is an adjunct instructor in English for Clinton Community College and SUNY Plattsburgh, both located in rural, upstate New York. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Arizona State University. She is currently working on a poetry project about missing women in the United States as well as a series of essays about her brother's struggle with mental illness. Her work appears in journals such as The Southern Review, Gulf Coast, and The Massachusetts Review.

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