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  • 01:14

    Military Monday Replay with John D. Gresham & USNI Author Capt. Alfred McLaren

    in History

    It is ofter forgotten that just 60 years ago, man knew more about the surface of the moon than about was under the artic icecap. Then, with the coming of nuclear powered submarines in the late 1950's, the U.S. Navy began to explore and operate under the polar ice pack, and the Cold War took a new and deadly turn. Following his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland in 1955, Alfred McLaren took a career path that would make him one of the greatest Arctic explorers of all time. Following a tour aboard USS Greenfish (SS 351), Maclaren moved over to his first nuclear powered submarine, USS Seadragon (SSN 584), and began a career of Arctic exploration that has made him a household name in the field. This culminated in the late 1960s when he was part of the commissioning crew of USS Queenfish (SSN 651), which he later commanded on a landmark under ice survey of the Siberian Continental Shelf. His Arctic explorations, along with many other Cold War missions and patrols, made Capt. McLaren something of a living legend within the " Silent Service," which he remains today.


    To learn more about Capt. McLaren, the submarines that he served on, and his explorations/missions during his years of service on American submarines, join best-selling author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and radio host John D. Gresham (Greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. This week John will be interviewing U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author and submariner Capt. Alfred McLaren about his submarine career, and his new book, SILENT AND UNSEEN, a memoir of his naval career. So please tun in to hear the interview of a memorable explorer and Cold Warrior.

  • 03:04

    IMAM YAHYA SHABAZZ & KARRIEM HAMEED: NEW REVOLUTION & CREATED PURPOSE

    in Islam

    NEW REVOLUTION:an examination of the HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLE of the 1960s from an AL ISLAMIC perspective.insha ALLAH.                CREATED PURPOSE: IDENTIFY the PURPOSE of CREATION & IT'S PROPER USAGE.    SPECIAL GUEST SIST. DEPRETHA HADI of MUSLIM WOMEN IN ACTION. insha ALLAH.

  • 03:02

    IMAM YAHYA SHABAZZ & KARRIEM HAMEED: NEW REVOLUTIO & CREATED PURPOSE

    in Islam

    EXAMINATION   of life afer the HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLE of the 1960s,from a ISLAMIC perspective.INSHA ALLAH            IDENTIFY the PURPOSE of CREATION and it's PROPER USAGE.    INSHA ALLAH.     SPECIAL GUEST,NATIONAL CONVENER OF IMAMS,BASHAR ALI.   ALSO IMAM MUBASHIR UQDAH.   SUBJECT; national GOVERNANCE PROPOSAL PAPERS. INSHA ALLAH.

  • 00:55

    EXCLUSIVE Interview with Legendary Song Writer, Singer & Producer Harvey Scales

    in Entertainment

    Harvey Scales is an American R&B singer, songwriter, and producer. Scales has been active in the music industry since the 1960s, and has composed songs for groups such as The Dells, The Dramatics and The O'Jays.


    ONLY on this show Mr. Scales will let us hear his song that he wrote for Steve Harvey " Steppin Like Steve". 


    To book your interview or to sponsor our shows call 443.790.6303.

  • 01:26

    Holly Stephey Ken Mansfield "Rock and a Heart Place Shane Evans Collective Soul

    in Entertainment

    Rock and a Heart Place traces the rise, fall, and redemption of famous entertainers who were brought to their knees a great place to meet God. Join award-winning producer and music executive Ken Mansfield and biographer Marshall Terrill on a spiritual journey down the secluded halls of the music industry. Rock and a Heart Place is your backstage pass to never before-heard secrets, stories, and testimonies from some of rock music's greatest legends including members of Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds, Collective Soul, England Dan & John Ford Coley, Grand Funk Railroad, Kansas, Korn, Ozzy Osbourne, Pointer Sisters, Prince, The Ronettes, and The Turtles. KEN MANSFIELD’s legendary career in the music industry began as a member of the Town Criers, a successful southern California folk group in the early 1960s. From there he moved to executive tenures as US manager of The Beatles’ Apple Records and, director at Capitol Records, vice president at MGM Records, and president at Barnaby/CBS Records MARSHALL TERRILL is a veteran film, sports, and music writer and the author of nearly twenty books, including best-selling biographies of Steve McQueen, Elvis Presley, and Pete Maravich. Three of his books are in development to be made into movies.Shane Evans, the former drummer of Collective Soul and a member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Shane's   New Project and Music, Beauty for Ashes is the husband and wife duo of Shane Evans and Kelsey Hamilton, who formed, fell in love, got married and started making beautiful music together. 

  • 00:28

    If Prevention Is Half The Cure, Be Ready For Anything!

    in Fun

    Are you ready to weather a natural disaster or man-made disaster?  How would you keep yourself and your family safe?  How would you get by if there were no government provided services like police and fire, or a loss of communications infrastructure like no phones or internet, no electicity or running water?  What if armed thugs are prowling the streets looking for vulnerable victims?  In our unstable world you need to be ready for anything.  In the 1960s we built bomb shelters that were never used.  What kinds of things can we do today that are relevant and useful?  Join Ken and Beth in a disccusion on preparedness and safety in this week's episode of The New And Improved Lifetalk Radio Show With Ken And Beth Show!  9:30pm PDT Thursday 6/18/2015.  Call in to speak with the hosts at (347) 215-9971, join our online chat room or just sit back and enjoy the stream.  However you do it, we recommend that you DO IT.  Don't say we didn't warn you!  

  • 03:04

    IMAM YAHYA SHABAZZ & KARRIEM HAMEED : NEW REVOLUTION & CREATED PURPOSE

    in Islam

    NEW REVOLUTION:EXAMINATION of life AFTER the HUMAN RIGHTS STRUGGLE of the 1960s from a ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.INSHA ALLAH.                  CREATED PURPOSE: IDENTIFY the PURPOSE of CREATION and it's PROPER USAGE. INSHA ALLAH.m

  • 01:27

    The Sandbox Sage - Incredible Guest Sharon Day Author, Blogger, ParaInvestigator

    in Paranormal

    Sharon Day ghosthuntingtheories@gmail.com Popular blogger of “Ghost Hunting Theories,” paranormal investigator and author of several books including “Abandoned Places: Abandoned Memories (Desert Edition),” “Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse,” “Zombie Housewives of the 1960s,” “Zombie Housewives of the 1970s,” “Zombie Housewives of the 1980s,” “Paranormal Geeks,” “Was That a Ghost?” “Growing Up With Ghosts,” and “Vacationing With Ghosts.” Sharon grew up in an actively haunted home that was a Civil War Hospital for both the North and South during the war. That experience fueled her passion for all things unexplained, as well as a keen skill for psychometry. She worked her psychic talents over the years to be both  and precog, as well as psychic tracking. She is well known for her humor and her outside-the-box questioning of the popularly accepted and rarely questioned beliefs in the paranormal realm.  Her driving forces are to help demystify the unexplained, to turn magical thinking into scientific thinking, to help clients to reframe their experiences in actively haunted homes, and to make everyone question the old ways that replace fear with wonder. Blog www.ghosthuntingtheories.com Amazon author’s page http://www.amazon.com/Sharon-Day/e/B004M5ULUS/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

  • 00:30

    TRAVEL ITCH RADIO VISITS LARIMER SQAURE, DENVER, COLORADO!

    in Entertainment

    Denver’s original main street, Larimer Square was home to the city's first city hall, post office, bank, bookstore, photography studio, dry goods store,theater, and speakeasy. The historic square was Threatened for demolition in the 1960s, it become Denver's first historic district in 1971 and was listed on the National Historic Registry in 1973. Hear more from historian Jeff Hermanson at 8p ET Thursday on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.

  • 00:31

    Today with Howard Hill aka BRG

    in Radio

    After having me on his show last night I think it's only fitting to have him as a special guest on my show. As myself and Lollie Saria give it another go for it being our second official show. Join us while we "debunk" lingo used in the 1960s and compare them with what we use now. We'll also be leading off the show primarily with Female and Male insecurities. It shall be interesting...


    *First Caller to call in will be granted with their own UNINTERRUPTED 2 minutes on the air to say whats on their mind and ask either one of us any question they please.*


     


     

  • 03:03

    LIVE :Birthday Celebration for the legendary Reggae ERIC DONALDSON

    in Music

    Born in Bog Walk, about 2 miles from Kent Village, Donaldson first recorded for Studio One in 1964, although producer Clement Dodd declined to release the material  In the mid-1960s he formed The West Indians with Leslie Burke and Hector Brooks, and they had a hit with the J.J. Johnson-produced "Right On Time" in 1968, going on to record with Lee "Scratch" Perry and subsequently changing their name to the Kilowatts, but without further success.


    Donaldson then pursued a solo career, and submmitted "Cherry Oh Baby" to the 1971 Jamaican Festival Song Competition, going on to win the competition and giving him a big Jamaican hit single. Donaldson has won the competition six times, in 1971, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1993 and 1997. "Cherry Oh Baby" has been covered by both The Rolling Stones (on their 1976 album, Black and Blue) and UB40 (on their 1983 album, Labour of Love). The riddim has remained extremely popular – over thirty cover versions have been recorded, including an update by Donaldson himself. Two of his festival winners ("Sweet Jamaica" (1977) and "Land of My Birth" (1978)) were written by Winston Wallace. In an online poll held in 2103 by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, "Land of My Birth" was voted the most popular winner in the contest's history.