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TheAngieBowieBarnettBlogTalkRadioShow#14presents a MINDBLOWING VALENTINE'S Show with SPECIAL GUESTS GARY & EVA VAN SYCOC!!!! GARY played BASS behind JOHN LENNON and YOKO ONO, ELEPHANT'S MEMORY BAND and has played and recorded with a roster of musicians too numerous to mention here....RICK HUNT is the co host on our new one hour long RADIO show! We will discuss Gary's new release/cd POP GOES THE ELEPHANT. Gary wrote a moving tribute song to his beautiful wife EVA and Eva will be on the show with us! Showtime is 12.00 Noon - 1.00 pm EST USA Thursday February 12 2015 and 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm GMT UK the same day. TURN ON! TUNE IN! DON'T DROP OUT FROM THIS SPARKLING INTERVIEW!
Dr, Linda Lagmann joins us to discuss the ramifications of the Clay Hunt SAV Act. How will this Act affect our Veterans in the future? Will this Act help, or harm our veterans? Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Pittsburgh-born vocalist Tommy Hunt's recording career began at age 20, when he cut singles with his first group, the Five Echoes, in 1953. It was five years later, however, that he made his greatest mark on popular music, rock & roll, and R&B, as a member of the Flamingos from 1958 through 1961. Those years coincided with the group's being signed to End Records, and the release of their biggest, most identifiable hit, "I Only Have Eyes for You" -- Hunt's dramatic background singing, coupled with the restrained piano backing, made it one of the transcendent documents of '50s R&B. Hunt left the Flamingos in 1962 and signed as a solo artist with Florence Greenberg's Scepter Records in New York where he later released his first top 10 chart maker "Human". Hunt has spent the past 40 years performing and making hits in England and performing throughout the European continent.
Walking the Woods and the Water: In Patrick Leigh Fermor's footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the Golden Horn:
In 1933, the eighteen-year-old Patrick Leigh Fermor set out in a pair of hobnailed boots to chance and charm his way across Europe, "like a tramp, a pilgrim, or a wandering scholar." The books he later wrote about this walk, A Time of Gifts, Between the Woods and the Water, and the posthumous The Broken Road are a half-remembered, half-reimagined journey through cultures now extinct, landscapes irrevocably altered by the traumas of the twentieth century.
Aged eighteen, Nick Hunt read A Time of Gifts and dreamed of following in Fermor's footsteps. In 2011 he began his own "great trudge"—on foot all the way to Istanbul. He walked across eight countries, following two major rivers and crossing three mountain ranges. With only Fermor's books to guide him, he trekked some 2,500 miles through Holland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey.
His aim? To have an old-fashioned adventure. To slow down and linger in a world where we pass by so much, so fast. To discover for himself what remained of hospitality, kindness to strangers, freedom, wildness, adventure, the mysterious, the unknown, the deeper currents of myth and story that still flow beneath Europe's surface.
The NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone. Danny Ainge made 2 moves shipping away Marcus Thorton and a 2016 first round pick courtesy of the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for Isaiah Thomas. Ainge then sent Tayshaun Prince to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Jonas Jerebko and Luigi Datome. The Celtic's began the 2nd half of the NBA season taking on the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento. The Celtics are among 6 teams all fighting for the final 2 playoff spots in the eastern conference. The Celtics have a good shot to make the NBA playoffs despite not having any major stars and their chances of making the playoffs went up with the way the trade deadline went seeing teams like the Nets trade away players like Kevin Garnett and teams like the Heat lose players to season ending injurys like Chris Bosh with blood clot's. So it looks like it will be the Celtics fighting for the playoffs rather then tanking. We will breakdown the latest new's as well as hot Thomas, Jerebko and Datome have faired in their first week as Celtic's. Has Thomas shown he can be that difference maker many thought he would be after the team traded for him or did losing a 3 point shooter like Thorton come out to be too much. ADAM LOWENSTEIN aka Stats Adam will join the Celtics Talk Crew to discuss the Celtics performances in the back end of their western conference road trip coming out of the All-Star break
Come, sit within the sacred circle alongside Spiritual Coaches, Cinnamon Moon, Author of A Medicine Woman Speaks, and River Wildfire Moon, Medium and Paranormal Archeologist. Tonight's guest is Susyn Blair-Hunt. Susyn is an Astrologer and Metaphysician and the author of “Spells and Rituals: For Empowered Living”. We live in a time of transition, of raised awareness and heightened senses all flowing within the shifting dimensional energies so prevalent today. Valuable insights on various spiritual issues are discussed. For further study, visit: www.spiritlodge.info to utilize the resources and services available.
Brian is with the Center for Cryptozoological Studies. CCS was founded by CUE (Center for Unexplained Events) director Brian Seech in March 2012 and focuses research on unknown cryptids.
Brian has appeared on Monsters & Mysteries in America on Destination America network; Mountain Devil The Search for Frank Peterson DVD; and on the 50th anniversary of The Flatswood Monster on the internet. Brian was also an instructor for the 1st ever cryptozoology class at Eastern Gateway College in Steubenville OH in 2013. He also writes articles, along with Fred Saluga, for The Creature Chronicle for the Hancock County Courier in New Cumberland, Hancock County WV. Brian is also a current member of the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society, BORU (Butler Organization for Research of the Unexplained), Legend Hunters, and a former MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) investigator.
This episode discussing militairzation of the police when police is too much
The unconstituitonal acts TSA requiring interstate internal passport to state to state travel
the TSA will not be tolerated to do this or will they - This falls inline with agenda 21 and other United Nations edicts ,the Ukraine war the 4th Reich now in charge in the Ukraine the reason Russia is so pissed of Nazis have grabbed control of the Government ppl being executed and dragged away in middle of night Kiev. who are the people doing this the children and grandchildren of World war 2 Nazis and former German army troops .
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Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino talk the latest topics on the college and pro football gridiron including:
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Host Historian CR Gibbs discusses "If The Earliest Known Evidence of Mankind Was Uncovered In Africa Why Isn't History Taught From That Point On?" "Until Lions Have Their Own Historians, Tales of the Hunt Shall Always Glorify the Hunter” unknown. A group of restless men atop a ridge in the Afar desert of Ethiopia. A few of them are pacing back and forth, straining to see if they can spot fragments of beige bone in the reddish-brown rubble below, as eager to start their search as children at an Easter egg hunt. At the bottom of the hill is a 25-foot-long cairn of black rocks erected in the style of an Afar grave, so large it looks like a monument to a fallen hero. And in a way it is. Tim White and his colleagues assembled it to mark the place where they first found traces, in 1994, of “Ardi,” a female who lived 4.4 million years ago. Her skeleton has been described as one of the most important discoveries of the past century, and she is changing basic ideas about how our earliest ancestors looked and moved. In addition to Ardi, a possible direct ancestor, it is possible here to find hominid fossils from as recently as 160,000 years ago—an early Homo sapiens like us—all the way back to Ardipithecus kadabba, one of the earliest known hominids, who lived almost six million years ago. At last count, the Middle Awash project, which takes its name from this patch of the Afar desert and includes 70 scientists from 18 nations, has found 300 specimens from seven different hominid species that lived here one after the other.
NWP is a coalition partner of Future Ready, an initiative by the US Department of Education and the Alliance for Excellent Education. But what does it mean to be "Future Ready" for your site and school communities? This NWP Radio episode is meant to support sites in understanding the goals of Future Ready for districts and to hear from NWP educators across the country who are working on local, state, and national levels to craft system-wide approaches to professional learning as schools adopt new technology. Our guests include:
Zac Chase (ConnectED Fellow, U.S. Department of Education)
Janet Ilko (Teacher-Consultant, San Diego Area Writing Project)
Kim Douillard (Director, San Diego Area Writing Project)
Bud Hunt (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Colorado State University Writing Project)
Joe Dillon (Instructional Technologist and Teacher-Consultant, Denver Writing Project)
Bob Jobin (Program Associate, National Writing Project)
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