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Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr.,takes to the airwaves once again with his renowned and legendary radio show,' the award winning,Sports in Depth'. Doc rides solo on this segment but still upholding the SID credo,''roping the rumors,hog tieing the issues and branding the truth.''
He talks baseball,roundball,Tennis,Derek Jeter and his usual asortment of sports history.
Two on line callers join Doc,one from Boston. The other from the soul city of Atlanta, with the keen and aware,Naz. He joined Doc,providing both insight and merited comments and in depth commentary.
Birthday recognization goes out to Mel Jr.(9th),AKA''Lil Mel'',disco icon the legendary,Ms. Gloria Gaynor and a salute to Doc's love and South American homeland,Brazil.
The 7th of September is their independence day, as well as Ms. Gaynor's birthday. Shomari Hardesty(2nd),son of ESPN sportscaster, New York radio legend,Larry Hardesty. And Doc's long time friend and military Air Force brother,Eric''Squeeze''Telesford are given birthday shout outs,with Steve Wonder leading the chorus.
Pro Wrestling Powerhouse Radio is bringing to you the debut of a brand new show featuring legendary pro wrestler and pro wrestling trainer Bruce Hart hosting Hart Beat Radio!
Every Sunday, Bruce Hart will bring his decades worth of wrestling knowledge to the airwaves as he talks tales of wrestling’s past and gives his unique outlook into the future of pro wrestling. Being the head trainer of Hart Brothers University, Bruce Hart is trying to prep his current crop of students for a future in the world or professional wrestling.
The Pope Lick Monster is a legendary part-man, part-goat and part-sheep creature reported to live beneath a Norfolk Southern Railway trestle over Floyd's Fork Creek, in the Fisherville area of Louisville, Kentucky. Some people say that it is just an urban legend, some say it is something more sinister, OR is it just a strange twist of fate for a poor soul? Find out when Len Miller, and JC Rositas bring you some interesting stories on "SHADOWS ON THE WALL PARANORMAL RADIO," ONLY ON THE RANDOM FREQUENCY NETWORK!
Catch this and every episode LIVE EVERY SUNDAY at 9/8c on www.blogtalkradio.com/randomfrequencynetwork
This week on ParaTruth Radio we'll be talking to special guest, Bill Hall, about his book, "The World's Most Haunted House". William J. Hall was born and raised in Bridgeport, Connecticut,where the events of this book took place. He watched the news coverage of the Lindley Street haunting on TV when he was 10 years old. Hall is professionally equipped to recognize trickery. After more than 25 years as a performing magician, he knows how to create and recognize illusions. He is experienced in researching the unexplained, from folklore and urban legend to fortune telling, the pyramids, and other mysterious tales. His syndicated 1990's column "Magic and the Unknown" ran for six years in multiple local papers in his home state. Hall has two sons and resides in Plainville, Connecticut. Bill will also be giving away an autographed copy of his book to one lucky listener. So tune it for a great show that you won't want to miss.
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Tinga Stewart (born Neville Stewart in 1959 in Kingston, Jamaica) is holding strong as a purveyor of dancehall reggae. He started recording in the late '60s; his first recording was "She's Gone" in 1969 but the release of "Hear That Train" with Ernest Wilson, who was a member of the Claredonians, really got the ball rolling. The pairing with Wilson was spur of the moment as Stewart also led a group (the Wildcats) that performed in Kingston's hotels and clubs. From that, he joined Byron Lee & the Dragonaires and gigged all over Jamaica with the popular group. Though reggae-rooted, Stewart was popular with tourists because of his love for American pop hits, especially soul music. A stint with Boris Gardner Happening Band was his last group venture before going solo in 1973, when he enjoyed a local hit with "Funny Feeling." In 1974, he won the Jamaica Festival Song Competition by singing "Play de Music," written by Ernie Smith. Roman Stewart -- his brother -- won the contest the following year with a song Stewart and Willie Lindo wrote, entitled "Hooray Festival."
Stewart was voted the Most Popular Artist in Jamaica in 1981
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This week Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro is PGA Tour Legend and winner of the 1964 PGA Championship, Bobby Nichols.
Mr. Nichols won 12 times on the PGA Tour including the 1964 PGA Championship becoming the first wire to wire winner since the championship switched from match play to stroke play. He set a then record total score of 271. He won 3 times on the Champions Tour and was a member of the victorious Ryder Cup Team in 1967.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday starting at 9:00 AM as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour legends, today's players, equipment manufacturers, club Superintendents, top instructors, members of the media and people influencing all aspects of the great game of golf.
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Pastor Will Griffith is joined by R&B Legend and contemporary peacemaker Timmy Thomas, along with his management team, Steve Tucker and Frank Levy. This is an EPR Exclusive interview on the eve of the launch of Thomas' WE CAN LIVE TOGETHER World Peace Campaign.
In 1972, Timmy Thomas was watching the evening news hosted by Walter Cronkite. Mr. Cronkite was reporting on the Vietnam war, and the thousands of American and Viet Cong soldiers that had died in battle. Timmy thought "Why Can't We Live Together". This thought became a song that was embraced by millions.
The song was initially banned in South Africa during Apartheid, yet it became their national anthem at Nelson Mandela's inauguration, where Timmy performed live in front of 200,000 people.
Timmy has had other hits world wide, as well as having his songs placed in movies such as Boys Don't Cry, C.R.A.Z.Y., Dick, Radio, and Bachelor Party. Over 100 artists including Sade, Steve Winwood, Santana, and Joan Osborne have covered "Why Can't We Live Together".
Timmy has always lived his life for peace and love, from marching peacefully with Dr. Martin Luther King, to traveling to Haiti as an airline ambassador setting up safe houses for children that have been human trafficking victims.
Innocent children are being killed by war, in the streets, and in our schools. Peace is needed now more than ever! So, he is reaching out to renowned artists in the epic remake "Why Can't We Live Together",
KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN FOR WORLD PEACE
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