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  • 00:26

    Air Pollution and Communities of Colour

    in Politics

    The National Black Chamber of Commerce has been warning communities of color that the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan will cause job losses and generate higher energy bills polls indicate that most African Americans actually support provisions of the Clean Power Plan. Many people of color live on the front lines of environmental hazard and harm. According to a Nov. 4 poll by Green for All and the Natural Resources Defense Council, 77 percent of African Americans recognize that their community suffers a greater burden from air pollution and climate change than the population at large WP

  • 00:22

    APR--Down Syndrome and Air Pollution. Episode 10

    in Psychology

    To cancel this morning show because I missed a few interesting key points and for a better title, in hopes of a listener's better understanding of Down Syndrome. During the show, jory will go on an internet excursion to see if anything backs up his theory on whether or not the genetic disorder has been brought on by common air pollution, over the past 25 years. So, has the increase of the common activity of driving cars over the past 25 years a contributing factor? Listen and then you decide.

  • 00:58

    No, Your Cleaning Products Don't Really Kill Germs ...for long

    in Parents

    Traditional chemically based cleaners kill both the good and bad bacteria. This is the reason doctors give you probiotics (pro life) when you take a course of anti-biotics (against life) to bring your body back into balance. But there's a couple problems with disinfectants and anti-bacterials — first, they only last a few hours and second, they make things worse by giving new bacteria a food source — yes, all the bacteria you just killed. This layer of dead bacteria is called BioFilm and it's all over your house — and new bacteria just love it. While chemical cleaners have been the standard for decades — there's a much better and more natural (GMO and chemical free) approach to cleaning indoors.


     


    When I stumbled across Airbotics I was fascinated by their stuff. Airbiotics uses all-natural probiotics formula called StaBiotics™, the only Environmental Probiotic Technology in the world designed to protect indoor living spaces from air and surface contaminants.


    I wanted to learn more about how it worked so I invited the CEO, Robert Meirovich on my show to talk more about the science behind Airbotics. 


    Join us as we chat about



    Why our air indoors is so dirty
    What are the common side effects of traditional chemical cleaners?
    What health conditions have been scientifically linked to "dirty air" indoors? 


     


    We will even open the phone lines for your questions, so be sure to tune in live! 

  • 01:24

    Author-Actor-Host Danny Gardner on creativity LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Danny Gardner impressed audiences with his performance on the 3rd season of HBO’s Def Comedy Jam (All-Stars Vol. 12). He has enjoyed a career as an actor, director and screenwriter. He is a recent Pushcart Prize nominee for his creative non-fiction piece Forever. In an Instant., published by Literary Orphans Journal . His work has appeared in Beat to a Pulp, Out of the Gutter and Noir on the Air. His debut novel, A NEGRO AND AN OFAY. He lives in Los Angeles and originally hails from Chicago. Danny is also the one of the rotating hosts on NOIR ON THE RADIO in the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network. From Danny: " When I was first learning how things work in published fiction, I made note of behavior. I’m a multi-talent with a delivery that can easily fill the room; however, the readings I attended seemed like sober affairs and no place for a ham. An author is introduced and then reads from his or her own work, which is normally followed by a polite Q&A session. Books are signed and attendees disperse. To this old performer, it’s rather straightforward and appropriate, as it’s a lot to ask someone to take a chance on a book."


    This is a trademarked, copyrighted podcast solely owed by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Find us on social media everywhere.  Tweet to @authorsontheair and @PamStackHost.


    Underwriting provided by author D.D. Corbitt and Poised Pen Productions Inc.  Music by Robert Gregory Browne. Executive Producer Pam Stack.  Sponsorship from these authors, with thanks: Regan Black, Shane Gericke, JCarson Black, Debra Webb, Kay Kendall, Bette Lee Crosby, Clara Grace Walker, Toni McGee Causey,Kindle Alexander, LA Fiore, Tracy Weber and Linda Joyce.  Special thanks to Glenn McCreddy of www.get eleven.com


     

  • 00:59

    Water Pollution and You

    in Lifestyle

    Are you paying attention to the water you drink?  What do you do to filter your water?  Are you aware of how important the alkalinity of water is to your overall health?  Why do some people worry about overall water pollution but drink water that is laden with acidity?  Have we become a selfless world and taken up causes to feel better?  What is the value of every single human life?  Can we cure diseases and clean up water, too?

  • 00:54

    The Air Raid Podcast: Basketball Edition (Iowa St)

    in College & High School

    Drew, Eric and Kyle break it all down in the latest edition of the Air Raid Podcast. From the OSU win, to Marcus Smart two years later, to the loss in Austin, to the week ahead. 


     

  • 01:00

    Anthony award winner Lori Rader-Day joins Authors on the Air LIVE

    in Books

    Lori Rader-Day's debut The Black Hour received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her new mystery, Little Pretty Things, was released in July. Born and raised in central Indiana, she now lives with her husband and dog in Chicago. Her fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Time Out Chicago, The Madison Review, and others. Lori is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers. Rader-Day’s debut mystery, The Black Hour, won the 2014 Anthony Award for Best First Novel and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her second novel, Little Pretty Things, received a starred review from Booklist and was named a 2015 “most arresting crime novel” byKirkus Reviews. She lives in Chicago. Visit her at LoriRaderDay.com or on Twitter at @LoriRaderDay.


    This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Find us on social media!  Thank you to our underwriters author D.D. Corbitt and Poised Pen Productions.  Thanks to Robert Gregory Browne.

  • 01:02

    AstroEnergy Astrology Show - February 9, 2016 Love is in the Air

    in Spirituality

    For Valentine's Day, astrologer Shelley Overton journeys through the signs and what we can expect for love this year. Shelley takes questions about astrology and answers callers' questions about their lives. Listen in or call with your questions!


     Shelley takes calls. 347-994-3365


    Shelley Overton has been studying astrology for 30+ years, and a professional astrologer for 20. Shelley can help you find your birth triggers, the best times to initiate projects and when you will have an easier time relating, and finding love. Shelley helps you through the tough times, and encourages you through the bad. Her sincere, intuitive reading style will give you the tools to be prepared, while her insightful way of explaining astrology will help you to learn and understand difficult concepts.


    Contact Shelley at shelley@astrologerangel.com

    http://www.AstrologerAngel.com/

  • 00:45

    Bonnie Albers On Air : Wake Up World With MEEE

    in Spirituality

    love Love Love it's all about Love come listen and Chat and get awesome Messages

  • 02:01

    PRIME TIME PARANORMAL: Hospital Horrors and The alien assessment

    in Paranormal

    Guest co-host Ken DeCosta, Mike Boler and show creator George R. Lopez host "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday from 9-11 pm e.s.t.. Bringing you the top names in the community from John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley to Nick Groff and Grant Wilson just to name a few. Jason Gowin of Extreme Paranormal as our on the scene correspondant joins Ken, Mike and George on Mondays from time to time.


    Radioshowdeadair@gmail.com for guest inquiries and comments


    1-646-929-2384 to call into the show.

  • 00:31

    Ann Tripp: 5 Tips to Becoming A Successful Radio Broadcaster Authentically

    in Women

     


    Ann Tripp currently provides the twice-hourly “news and views” on nationally syndicated “Steve Harvey Morning Show” on WBLS.  She is also the host of “Healthful Solutions” (on cable), a narrator of certain SHOWTIME television specials, and is the executive producer, researcher and “voice” of the nationally-syndicated Black History Minute (United Stations Radio Network), where she profiles the historic, cultural, political and social milestones of African-Americas.


    Ann Tripp began her on-air career at age 14 at WNYC, as an announcer, actor and singer on the weekly, variety show produced by the Police Athletic League.  She graduated from City College, toured Europe for a few years as a singer and then began her adult media career as a street reporter and on-air personality at WHN…a position she held for 6 years. Tripp then worked at WNEW, before moving to WKTU as a news announcer and interviewer for the next eight years.


    Ann Tripp has taught broadcast journalism at the National Broadcasting Network and conducted media seminars at Jersey City State College. Tripp is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the New York Press Club and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women Clubs, Inc.


    She has also been honored by the New York State Broadcasters Association, U.S Congressman Edolphus Towns, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta sororities, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Bellevue Hospital, the Boy Scouts, the Bedford-Stuyvesant Healthy-Heart Program, the American Kidney Foundation, the Jackie Robinson Center for Physical Culture, the Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Network Journal, 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, Legends of Brooklyn and Safe Horizon.