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  • 02:02

    News for the Soul May 25/15 Morning Shows

    in Self Help

    NEWS FOR THE SOUL - LIFE CHANGING TALK RADIO since January 1997! News for the Soul is in its 18th year. Find our APP in the apple and google play stores (search for NEWS FOR THE SOUL) CALL IN TO THE SHOW: (646) 595 4274 - Find out who's on today and all days by visiting our website: www.NewsfortheSoul.com EMAIL IN YOUR QUESTIONS TO THE HOSTS DURING THE SHOW: onair@newsforthesoul.com

  • 00:15

    Conversations Daily News with host Cyrus Webb

    in Current Events

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes you to this edition of Conversations Daily News where you get the news you need, the conversations you want and the positivity we all need more of. Today's show features Entertainment Highlights with recording artist Hicks. He is also this week's Artist of the Week, and you will be hearing his single I BELONG TO YOU.

  • 00:18

    breaking down the mu-ji-man codes:celebs de coded

    in Entertainment

    is death an accident or is it a pre coded event,join me each week as we take a look at the deaths of famous celebrities and other news makers to investigate wheather their deaths were indeed coded and not a random event.


    life is precious but it can be more precious if we knew our expiration date,so we can live a more loving and peaceful life,who needs the hate,anger,greed,lust,ego.


    daniel a.

  • 01:03

    News for the Soul May 24/15 Morning Shows

    in Self Help

    NEWS FOR THE SOUL - LIFE CHANGING TALK RADIO since January 1997!   News for the Soul is in its 18th year. Find our APP in the apple and google play stores (search for NEWS FOR THE SOUL) CALL IN TO THE SHOW: (646) 595 4274 - Find out who's on today and all days by visiting our website:  www.NewsfortheSoul.com  EMAIL IN YOUR QUESTIONS TO THE HOSTS DURING THE SHOW: onair@newsforthesoul.com

  • 01:46

    Ball Breaking with Brian Breikss

    in Pets

    Airdate: Sunday 5/24/15 at 8:00 PM Eastern Time.


    Brian Breikss of Breaking Balls joins us for another informative show on Ball Python morphs and his special projects including the Red Head. We will touch on current morphs that he is working on and current events in the Ball Python community. We welcome your questions, comments and discussion topics.


    Call in at 646-478-5331. Once connected press #1 to be put in the que to come on the air. I will take calls in the order that they are received. We may have a raffle for people who call in. Our chatroom runs during the live broadcast as well. Join in on the fun by following the show link at the time of the live broadcast. It works best with Google and Fire fox browsers. You may need to refresh your page to get it to initiate. Looking forward to another great episode. See you there!


    follow our guest on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/BreakingBallsReptiles

  • 01:40

    Breaking Chains with NACF Sunday Morning Worship

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to New Antioch Christian Fellowship of Stafford Virginia - welcome to the way church was MEANT to be! In 2015 we are watching a beautiful unfolding of God's plan and you are a part of it! Join Apostle Kieron and Assistant Pastor Kimberly Buford  and the NACF of Stafford church family as we step into the Year of Greater - it is time to POSSESS THE LAND!! Tune in every Sunday Morning 10:30am EST at Breaking Chains with Young Adult Talk live at 858-357-9137 to see what God has to say to YOU! www.nacfofstafford.org


     

  • 00:14

    The Magic and the Madness in Monaco at the Formula 1 Grand Prix 2015

    in News

    Nico Rosberg won the Grand Prix in Monaco with the help of a strategic blunder.


    Starting on pole was pivotal for Lewis Hamilton, who was almost certain to win the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco.  Hamilton maintained the lead throughout the race and had a 19 second lead over teammate Nico Rosberg.  No one could have overtaken him on that particular track, and no one could have taken the race from him until, lap 65, when the youngest driver in Formula 1 Max Verstappen ran head on into the barriers while trying to overtake, Romain Grojean.


    A virtual safety car (VSC) was in effect which would have maintained the status quo for the position of drivers, but suddenly, an actual safety car was deployed, and the Mercedes strategist called Hamilton in to pit for a tire change. The move was shocking to fans and the media since Hamilton’s tires were holding up just fine, and he had only 14 laps to go. Mercedes called Hamilton in while Vettel who was in third, and Rosberg in second, stayed out and advanced their positions. By the time Hamilton rejoined the group, he was in third, Vettel was  ahead of him in second and Rosberg ahead of Vettel in first. Although Hamilton is still leading the drivers, championship, this was a painful loss.  Every other word heard around the F1 universe has been “robbed, Hamilton was robbed.”  Fans believe Hamilton is rightfully upset that such a blunder by his strategist could cost him so much.  He has consistently praised and thanked his team, even when they mess up his pit stops but by all accounts, this was a bridge too far. Now, fans are asking, “Can Lewis trust the people he depends on?”  Coming in fourth and fifth were the Red Bulls, Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen held onto sixth and an impressive drive by Force India’s Sergio Perez, and McLaren driver Jenson Button, put them in seventh and eighth, respectively.

  • 00:01

    Milwaukee Public School Advocates Fight Back! Take 2.

    in Education

    Join Jed and Tim as they talk to Angela Walker and other Milwaukee public school advocates.  What plans are there to fight back against Sen. Alberta Darling's and Rep. Dale Kooyenga's suburban delusion—that white politicians from outside of Milwaukee know what's best for diverse populations? 


    We will also talk about the FACT that what's good for Milwaukee just might be good for all of Wisconsin's public schools.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Schelli Whitehouse and Lisa Murrell of Equine Alchemy

    in Self Help

    Raleigh, NC – It’s been said there’s something about the outside of a horse that’s good for the inside of a person. Indeed, horses can serve as a mirror, reflecting our attitudes, intentions and emotions, teaching us truths about ourselves we may not have been previously aware of.


    Schelli Whitehouse and Lisa Murrell are partners in coaching, leadership development and training through the way of the horse. Their company, Equine Alchemy, specializes in “turning human potential in gold” through a process of Equine Assisted Coaching and coach certification training.


    “We want to empower as many people as we can in learning how to facilitate this work,” says Schelli. “Whether they use it in their coaching practice or not, when they go through the training they can’t but help but be infused with the wisdom of the horse.”


    As people we’re often very conflicted; we think one way but behave in another. Horses, by contrast, perceive the world energetically and respond through intention. By inviting the horse into the coaching process, we can see if a person is in alignment simply by the horse’s behavior. When our behavior is aligned with our heart and feelings, the horse responds to that consistency and they’re more likely to follow our lead.


    “I was a great coach but I don’t believe I became a masterful coach until after I began working with horses,” says Lisa. “They are the best teacher of coaching because you enter a different dimension with them. I’m never as balanced as when I am around horses.”


    For more information on the Equine Alchemy, visit www.equinealchemy.com

  • 00:04

    Our Virtual Front Porch

    in Social Networking

    Host Faith Chatham presents special guest Texas Radio Hall of Fame broadcaster Tony Bridge, Jr. and newspaper woman, author, civil rights activist and former radio station news director Gail K. Beil. We'll look back over the past 60 years of media and compare it with today. Mr. Tony Bridge, Jr. acquired ownership of an AM/FM station in the East Texas market in the 1950s. Faith and Gail met in the early 1970s while employed at a Harte Hanks Communication daily newspaper in that same market. Together Gail and Faith have worked for at least 5 national newspaper chains. Tony experiences extends far beyond his local station. Faith has owned and operated creative shops, independent "full-serviice" advertising agencies and marketing companies, and served as media consultant for DFW based Fortune 500 Companies. At one time Gail was the News Director at a Radio Station in Marshall, Texas in competition with Tony Bridge's station. Gail has done advance work for Bill Moyers, covered environmental, political, education and historical beats. She is best known as the biographer of James Farmer, Jr. and was recently awarded the Denzel Washington Team Support Award for her service to the Wiley Great Debaters. This will be a live show. When these three old friends get together, the conversation is usually brisk, informative, unpredictable, and humorous!

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Sehaam Caselberg of SC Coaching & Consulting

    in Business

    Winnetka, IL – Recent Gallup study figures estimate that 70 percent of the workforce is disengaged and only 1 in 10 people naturally know how to motivate their team. So what is the actual cost of a disengaged workforce?


    Companies fold because of poor leadership, and each year, billions of dollars are wasted hiring the wrong people and not developing the right ones. That translates into missed opportunities, not seeing where an organization can be innovative and lean to remain ahead of its competition. The response has equally been shortsighted; businesses often implement new strategies that do not last and lose money hand over fist.


    Sehaam Caselberg is the founder of SC Coaching and Consulting, where she specializes in organizational culture revitalization and transformation. As an expert in organizational development, Sehaam focuses on aligning the values of a company’s people with its overall strategy.


    “Employees look to senior management to model the way,” explains Sehaam. “If we can’t align our decision making with our values, we’re compromising ourselves, we can’t make good decisions. We need to be able to identify with the culture of the organization. If I can’t do that and I’m leading other people, they can’t do it either.”


    Sehaam works with senior leaders and their teams to establish a foundation and hold them accountable to the values they say are important to them.


    “My role is to be a mirror and challenge them when I am observing behavior that doesn’t correspond to their values. Behavior shifts need to be embedded in an organization’s culture if they are to stick.”


    For more information on SC Coaching and Consulting, visit http://www.sehaamcaselberg.com/