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Our guests tonight on The Renee Richards Show for Teaching Tuesday is
Dr. Emil Faithe Medical Intuitive and Holistic pharmacist and Susan Faithe Psychic Medium and Energy Therapist
founded the World Wellness Center http://truenw.com/
phone number 602 653 6380
Dr. Emil's books here http://truenw.com/products.html
Please call in with your questions if you like and ck out the website.
(Recorded on 4/01/2012)
We discuss two more of the greatest fights in boxing history.
Archie Moore vs Yvon Durelle I, 1958
Emile Griffith vs. Benny Paret III, 1962
The boxing history podcast is back!
Once more Compubox operator and fight historian Aris Pina joins Patrick Connor of The Fight City to talk boxing and it's long, convoluted and wonderful history. This week on the show, Aris and Patrick discuss the happenings of fights that happened during or around the second week of October in history.
From Tommy Sullivan vs Abe Attell for the featherweight title in 1904; to Henry Armstrong vs Al Manfredo for the welterweight title in 1939; to Alexis Arguello's defense of a featherweight belt over Royal Kobayashi in 1975; and back to Sam Langford vs Sam McVey V (one of their 15 fights total) for the "negro" heavyweight title in 1912... There is no era that's off limits.
To call in, dial (646) 564-9952.
Have a mythical matchup you'd like discussed? A question you'd like answered? Go to our Facebook page and fire away. Or for Twitter follow Aris @PunchZoneAris or Patrick @PatrickMConnor
Thanks for tuning in!
Dan takes a brief break from his freshers week to bring you episode 28 of the #LOVpod. The best Bolton Wanderers podcast.
Here's stand in tech wizard rob to tell you what went down:
In Episode 28 of the LOVpod Chris is joined by Liam and Rob as tech-wiz, as Dan moves into the big world to start University.
The boys chat over the midweek draw with Sheffield Wednesday, followed by discussing the fallout from the 4-1 debacle at Huddersfield Town.
They also have their say on Wanderers' looming striker crisis, due to the injuries to both Zach Clough and Emile Heskey, which leaves Gary Madine as our only fit natural, first team striker.
Our historically dire away form and what Neil Lennon can possibly do to turn things around were both also discussed in great detail. That's all followed by a new record breaking game of Guess Who!
Listen on iTunes or Blog Talk Radio.
On September 30, my guest will be Benjamin Macklowe of Macklowe Gallery. Ben joined the Gallery in 1994, was appointed Managing Director in 2002 and became its President in 2012. Under his leadership Macklowe Gallery has become the world’s most respected dealer of Antique and Estate Jewelry, French Art Nouveau decorative arts and the entire oeuvre of Louis Comfort Tiffany, increasing yearly sales from $4,000,000 in 1995 to over $15,000,000 in 2013. He has brought a client-centered approach to a field that has traditionally viewed the customer merely as an ill-informed source of revenue, and has sought to educate the collecting public through one-on-one interactions, personal appearances and gallery publications. Ben is a sought-after expert in his field and has served as a lecturer for museum groups and scholarly organizations throughout the nation. He has appeared on television to discuss Tiffany lamps with Martha Stewart, lectured on the art glass of Emile Gallé at the Taft Museum of Art and has taught about Art Nouveau jewelry at Christie’s auction house on multiple occasions. University programs in art and design are regular visitors to the gallery, bringing graduate-level students and their professors to hear Mr. Macklowe talk about Art Nouveau and see the gallery’s collection.
Ben is dedicated to upholding the highest integrity in his approach to business, and has established warm and mutually beneficial relationships with his peers in the field. He has helped expand the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Dallas Museum and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, selling important decorative works of art to each.
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Finally! Saturday August 29th 10pm to 11pm Pacific we have that angel known to millions as “Dr. Love” Jamie Turndorff http://www.askdrlove.com/ followed by the return of Roland M. Comtois http://blessingsbyroland.com/ from 11pm to midnight!
For Roland Comtois, life is all about eternal connections. From the relationships we share every day to the love that transcends time through eternal memories that have the power to change lives. Each of us has the ability to tap into those heart-to-soul connections for messages of hope and love whenever we need them. You only need to look inside… and remember.
Since 1995, Dr. Jamie Turndorf has been delighting readers and audiences for three decades with her engaging blend of professional expertise, humor and ability to turn clinical psychobabble into easy-to-understand concepts that transform lives and heal relationships.
Since the recent death of Emile Jean Pin, Jamie's beloved husband of 27 years, she has discovered that relationships do not end in death. His miraculous manifestations, often in front of witnesses, have proven that there is life after life. Jamie's story and new grief therapy method is presented in her latest book Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased, published by Hay House.
Football isn't the only thing to be back this week, as Dan finally returns from his tour of the French Riveria, and in the absense of Chris, he hosts the pod on his return. Joining him for Episode 22 is stand in tech wizard Rob and Tom of the DownTheMannyRd variety, as it now appears that we've got 24 Toms on staff.
The show got underway with a comprehensive review of Bolton Wanderers' Championship curtain raiser with Derby County. The lads discussed the match in great detail discussing everything from Jay Spearing's red card, to Zach Clough's nulification. From the great debuts of Madine, Prince and Wilson, to the seeming redemptions of Dorian Dervite and Dean Moxey. Not to mention Emile Heskey and the impact he made.
Next up saw the cast preview two games, as the football is already coming thick and fast. First of all, with Burton Albion in the Capital One Cup coming up on Tuesday, the players they'd lack to see start the game were dicussed. Then, with the Whites having to travel to Middlesbrough on Saturday, debates over the tactics Lennon should deploy were had.
In the final segment of the show, Guess Who? return with a rather funny coincidence and the Question of the Week was discussed, as it asked about who our centre back pairing should be.
With lots of other tidbits in between, it's another great show from the LOVpod boys.
It's a pre-season extravaganza, it's a bumper five-man show, it's the return of special guest, Bolton News chief football writer, Mr. Marc Iles. And it's bloody long, but also bloody fantatsic.
It's so long in fact, that we've had to split the show into two parts, the first of which is available for listening now, with the scond coming on Wednesday.
Host Chris is joined by Marc, stand in Tech Wizard Rob, the maverick Liam O'Meara and, making his debut, U21 correspondent Tom Molloy.
The first lengthy segment of Part I was discussing everything of note from the last two friendlies of pre-season, against Port Vale and Charlton Athletic. Talk of Gary Madine, Filip Twardzik, Derik Osede, Tim Ream, Andy Kellett, Josh Vela, Zach Clough and many more was in abundance.
Next up was a round up of all the news that's occured over the past week. Starting witht the soon to be announced triple signing of Lawrie Wilson, Stephen Dobbie and Emile Heskey. Next up was the potential signing of Italian right back Francesco Pisano, acompanied by the denial of any interest in fellow contryman Massimo Coda. Rob Hall's departure was discussed before briefly touching on the new away kit.
But my words don't do it justice, make sure you listen to the first half of this facinating podcast.
This is the orignal show aired on July 1, 2015 with the Creator and Writer of the Matrix Sophia Stewart.
Sophia Stewart – The Real Creator of The Matrix & The Terminator--The Billion Dollar Matrix Lawsuit--Child prodigy, prolific writer, poet and creative genius are just a few of the terms used to describe Sophia Stewart. Stewart received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism with minors in law and psychology from City University of New York. While attending the university, she studied under the guidance of many celebrated authors and writers such as • Max Segal, a former journalist of the New York Times • Emile Capouya, publisher, editor, essayist, and critic • Paul Cherry, a playwright for Broadway. She has also served as an intern for television at the Public Broadcasting Station WNET Thirteen, where she worked with Oscar winning film documentary producer, Perry Miller Adato. Her graduating class was honored with a special letter/citation from President Jimmy Carter. Stewart moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career and to attend film school at the University of Southern California. Through her association with R&B singer Janet Jackson, she obtained entry into the entertainment business, initially working on television projects and eventually landing at Columbia Pictures in the office of then Vice President, Dick Berres. Soon after arriving in L.A., Ms. Stewart wrote a science fiction novel called The Third Eye. The book, she says, is a science fiction version of the ‘second coming’ which she was inspired to write after seeing Star Wars. “What I wrote was the evolution of consciousness, the second coming of Christ — man vs. the machine.”
Listen to this show and all other in arichive for Critical Mass
NOTE: Something really strange happened during the live interview. At 51 minutes:51 seconds into the show Dr. Turndorf and I couldn't hear each other even though the entire conversation was recorded. Stranger still is we were both on landline phones and not Skype. Dr. Turndoft said she forgot to warn me that her late husband, Jean Pierre, does this all the time on her interviews--proof our departed loved ones never leave us!
Internationally famous relationship therapist, bestselling author, and media personality, Dr. Jamie Turndorf (aka Dr. Love) shares her amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her beloved deceased husband, internationally renowned former Jesuit priest, Emile Pin. Dr. Turndorf discovered that relationships don't end in death and has written about it in her latest book, Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased.
As a result of her deceased husband's remarkable manifestations, Dr. Turndorf realized that we don't die and relationships don't end in death. Dr. Turndof writes that what we've been told about the afterlife is dead wrong. We don't need to wait to die to be reunited with loved ones in heaven, which is a state, not a place. She has created her groundbreaking new Trans-Dimensional Grief Therapy that brings her acclaimed conflict-resolution method to the world of death communication.
About: Known to millions as "Dr. Love," radio and television personality Dr. Jamie Turndorf has been delighting audiences for three decades with her engaging blend of professional expertise and spicy humor. Dr. Turndorf''s "Love Never Dies" radio show can be heard each Tuesday on Hay House Radio.
Visit Dr. Turndorf's website: www.askdrlove.com
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