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  • 00:12

    Ben Davis Star of The Sound of Music Who Plays (Captain Georg Von Trapp)

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Ben Davis Star of The Sound of Music Who Plays  (Captain Georg Von Trapp).


    Pittsburgh premiere March 22-27, 2016, at the Benedum Center. 


    BEN DAVIS (Captain Georg Von Trapp) starred as Fred/Petruchio in Kiss Me Kate at London's Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Proms with the John Wilson Orchestra which was broadcast live on BBC 3 Radio and on Christmas Day on TV on BBC 2. He has appeared on Broadway as The Preacher in Violet, Mr. Lindquist in A Little Night Music with Elaine Stritch and Bernadette Peters, Javert and Enjolras in Les Misérables, and as Trevor Graydon in Thoroughly Modern Millie. He received a Tony® Honor and Ovation Award for his work as Marcello in Baz Luhrmann's Broadway production of La Bohème and can also be heard on the cast recording. He toured as Galahad in Spamalot and regional shows include Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music at Paper Mill Playhouse, Curly in Oklahoma at The Muny as well as Emile in South Pacific at both The Muny and Asolo Repertory Theatre. He has performed opposite Kelli O'Hara and Victor Garber in Kurt Weill's Knickerbocker Holiday at Lincoln Center (Recorded Live) and opposite Ms. O'Hara in concert, as well as in the New York City Opera/BAM production of Anna Nicole, The Opera. His TV and film credits include Papageno in ??The Magic Flute directed by Kenneth Branagh, 30 Rock, Numb3rsand Miriam. He has performed with the RTÉ Orchestra in Dublin, Ireland, at The Hollywood Bowl as Older Patrick in Mame, with the LA Philharmonic as a soloist and in Bernstein’s Mass.


     

  • 00:46

    Love Never Dies: Connecting with Deceased Loved Ones with Dr. Jamie Turndorf

    in Spirituality

    Internationally famous relationship therapist, bestselling author, and media personality, Dr. Jamie Turndort (aka Dr. Love) shares the amazing true story of her spiritual reconnection with her beloved deceased husband Emile Pin.


    Discovering for herself that relationships don't end in death, Dr. Turndorf has created her groundbraking new Trans-Dimensional Grief Therapy that brings her acclaimed conflict-resolution method to the world of death communication. The result: An unprecedented new method that enables the bereaved to reconnect, heal unfinished business, and make peace with the deceased.


    Dr. Turndorf's radio show, Love Never Dies can be heard each Tuesday on Hay House Radio. Most recently CNN has been featuring her as the resident authority on relationship advice and human behavior.


    Dr. Jamie has authored several books on resolving relationship conflicts with partners, friends, family members and children. She is here today to talk about her latest book, Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased.


     

  • 00:50

    POET Be Inspired - Music, Poetry, and Thought to Inspire You

    in Poetry

    #POET Write * Share | What Poems Does This Image Conjure for You? Black History Month Inspiration - For Black History Month, the Master Griot Project wants to share your poetry to the world via The Master Griot Radio Report. We're sharing an image to inspire you. See, we be before "Black History." Our Kemetic make-up still lies within our genes. So, here's some music, poetry, and Hip Hop to conjure poems within you!


    Go to the event on our Facebook page http://facebook.com/MasterGriotRadio and post your poetry, so we can repost and share your poetry. In the words of Nish Pugh, "Pass the poetry, please!" Hosted by Jacqueline Taylor-Adams


    INSPIRATION list includes selections from the Brothas Keepa, Lauryn Hill, Akua Naru, Lamar Anthony Hill, RhapsodE, Jonathan Emile, Kindred the family soul, and many more.

  • 00:30

    Off The Post

    in Sports

    Russ and Anthony talk to Calgary Flames reporter Kent Wilson. This week's interview will be with Emile Poirier.

  • 01:50

    SID-From Brazil/We Remember Howard Davis Jr/Feliz Ano Novo/TRUST*IN*GOD

    in Sports

     Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr.,broadcasts once again live from Brazil,this time from the capital city of Ceara,Fortaleza,his iconic and award winning radio show,'Sports In Depth'. Harold Weston Jr.,only African-American matchmaker in MSG history joins Doc as they  reflect on the career and friendship of a great boxer and friend,the late Howard Davis Jr.,
     Davis will be remembered for his greatest moment, winning the gold medal and the Val Barker Award as the most outstanding boxer in Montreal, beating out such greats as Leonard, the Spinks brothers and Cuban legend Teofilo Stevenson.To get to Montreal, Davis had to defeat such great future professionals as Hilmer Kenty, Thomas Hearns and Aaron Pryor twice in the national AAU tournament.
     Davis received devastating news three days before his first Olympic match: His mother, Catherine, had suffered a heart attack and died. Davis contemplated leaving the Games before one of his coaches, Tom Johnson asked him, “what would your mother want you to do?” Davis recalled that among his mother’s last words to him were, “you’d better bring home that gold medal.” So he decided to stay and dedicate his effort to his mother. During his third-round fight against Bulgarian Tzvetan Tzvetkov whom Davis stopped in the third round,Cosell described Davis thusly''He's a carbon copy in his own way of Muhammad Ali.Swift hands,swift feet snake like left jab constant movement often keeps his hands at his sides like Ali.Davis got into boxing after watching a movie about Muhammad Ali.*TRUST*IN*GOD*
    ''True Love,loves at all times and in all ways.'' Doc Stanley



     



     


     

  • 02:00

    Revealing Americas Dark Skinned Past - African Americans Ain't African & INdeed

    in History

    African Americans Ain't African returns to the ghetto truth Magazine in Stereo along with co-finders   RedTail Hawk Thunderbird (Tavis Sanders) and RedSilverFox Thunderbird (Renee Sanders)  of  INdeed  Indigenous Education, Enrichment, and Development where they believe history is the key to self-identity.  It defines who we are and why we are the way we are.  Large portions of society in the United States, knowingly and unknowingly, have been denied this fundamental aspect of humanity.  This segment will cover, Revealing Americas Dark Skinned Past. 


    Hosted by Gabriel Rich,


    The Indigenous 1, Buck Wylam


    Rick Moon


    Mocha Masseuse


    with guests Mother/Son Team Tavis and Renee Sanders


    Produced by Emile Gg Ovasi


    theghettotruthmagazine.blogspot.com


    http://africanamericansaintafricans.org/


    http://indeed-edu.org/index.html


     


     


    Join us in the chat room


     


     


     

  • 00:54

    Dr. Emil Faithe (Medical Intuitive) and Susan Faithe (Psychic Medium)

    in Spirituality

    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.
     

  • 00:44

    Greatest Fights #22: Moore-Durelle-I-58; Griffith-Paret III-62

    in Sports

    (Recorded on 4/01/2012)


    We discuss two more of the greatest fights in boxing history.


    Archie Moore vs Yvon Durelle I, 1958


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTtzltIK2ng


    Emile Griffith vs. Benny Paret III, 1962


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z1EM-lEgpU


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgxxOt8wJ-k


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vb9d3V1WRaA


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnW5pE6PwuI


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHwZLmpUR6Y

  • 02:01

    Boxing History - This Week in Boxing 1

    in Sports

    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!

  • 00:54

    Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 28

    in Soccer

    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.

  • 00:46

    Turning Buyers into Lifelong Clients

    in Business

    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.