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  • 00:31

    Helen Mirren, Sisters ejected , Couple Can't Cohabitate

    in Poetry

    Helen Mirren is not the Queen,however, the next best thing.
    Sisters ejected from mall, Three sisters say they were kicked out of a suburban Philadelphia mall.
    Lesbian Couple Can't Cohabitate Mysterious illness kills 2
    Rub your magic 8 gently

  • 00:35

    The Miracle of Pentecost

    in Religion

    Victorious living through the word of empowerment; Exploring the theological implication and contexualizing the revelancy for today's living.

  • 03:00


    in Radio

         This is the show on Blog Talk, which kicked off the whole approach.  The Way I See It with Jay King.  Jay was the original host and from time to time, he'll pop in and throw in his two cents.  Relationships, racial divide, sports, political views.  The new host is Darryl L Williams.  347-205-9366 (the # for all the shows here on the JKN except THE J Ril Show)  The archives of THE WAY WE SEE IT (the current name of the show)  are available in the demand section for Jay King, but now here's TEAM DLW on the JKN. Other hosts on the show are Aunt Helen, Tonya & Pam

    This is information and education on the serious side.  Darryl L Williams shows you LOVE and gives you HAPPINESS.  Interviews, music - entermation.  (Entertainment & Information).  If there is something YOU want to roll your sleeves up and have at it - 347-205-9366.  Questions are welcomed, because if you don't ask, how are you going to get the answer?  Sometimes opinions may give YOU that extra edge you need to reach your destination.  347-205-9366

  • 00:27
  • 02:03


    in Politics

    Maria Gilardin produces TUC Radio from her off-the-grid home in Northern California.

    See: (http://tucradio.org/index.html)


    The anti nuclear campaigner and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott organized a two day symposium in February 2015 with an international panel of leading experts in disarmament, political science, existential risk, anthropology, medicine, nuclear weapons and artificial intelligence. They addressed the risk of accidental nuclear war, recently proven facts about a global nuclear winter that can be caused by the unleashing of just a few nuclear weapons, the expanding militarization of space, the power and pathology of the US military industrial complex, privatization of the US nuclear weapons labs, nuclear war crimes in the Marshall Islands, as well as two of the vibrant movements to abolish nuclear weapons, a divestment effort under the title Don't Bank On The Bomb as well as ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.

    2nd hour: Dr. Michael Parenti, the progressive political scientist's unscripted reflections on capitalism, socialism, the role of universities, Cuban plumbers, Russian prostitutes, and his former running mate--and once close friend--Bernie Sanders. Plus commentary on capitalism, socialism, public utilities, popular rebellion, plutocrats in general, the Waltons in particular, Occupy Wall Street, and the monetary system.

    Also a brief recorded essay by Parenti from 2005--"Welfare for the Wealthy"--and relevant songs by Monty Python's Flying Circus and David Rovics. More details, photos, nice links, & other good stuff on the show's Web site: http://newworldnotes.blogspot.com

  • 01:07

    "Special Edition" Interview with the authors of Camouflaged Sisters

    in Military

    Camouflaged Sisters

    Some would have you believe that women are the weaker vessel. Granted, some of us may be less physically endowed than some men, but weaker vessel? I cannot agree with that label. Women have made history by showing their strength during challenging times. Often times, it only took one woman to influence a movement or create a world of change for those around her and for generations to come. This strength often comes in times of oppression or as a means of survival. I think of women like Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Malala and even Oprah Winfrey who broke the mold of ‘normal’ and created immeasurable opportunities for women today. This act of breaking molds, knocking down limitations, and creating opportunities extends even into the military, where women make up nearly 14.5% of the Armed Forces. Women like Cathay Williams broke down barriers that prohibited women from enlisting into the Armed Forces, although she had to pose as a man to get into the Army. Once she was in, however, she broke down the stereotypes that women were not capable of serving in the military. Over time, women have proven themselves to be invaluable members of the Armed Forces. Black women, who have been among the last ethnic/gender group to make significant strides in the military, continue to show themselves worthy of the accolades enjoyed by their male counterparts over the years. These women were among the ‘firsts,’ creating opportunities for generations of Black women, like us, to come behind them and enjoy successful military careers.

    Lila Holley

    Shirley LaTour

    Tamara Sanford

    Kathy Marie Carter

    Amanda Randolph

    Sylvia McCrea

    Vernessa Blackwell

  • 00:35

    Helen Orme Ministry of Empowerment

    in Religion

    Victorious Living through words of empowerment through Biblical lessons and principles; Exploring the theological implication and contextualiing the revelancy for today's living.

  • 02:37


    in Lifestyle

    Peter and Helen Yeaple are Cannabis activist and live a canna lifestyle. We will speak on all things relevant. CannaWeTalk will speak the truths not spoken ... Co Founders of Cannawetalk42o and Cannabis Country on facebook and with their new website helping those with all life problems as life coaches at www.cannawetalk42o.com Peter and Helen inviite you to join them in speaking on all thing Cannabis and all things Life .. Join us each week to tackle these issues .. Peace One Love  Positive Energy and Prayers your way 

  • 00:46


    in Entertainment

    Billboard chart-topping vocalist and songwriter Helen Rogers of Jazzmasters fame returns with her solo debut, the potent Smooth Jazz Meets Reggae (Skinny Bwoy Records). The 10-song set (plus two CD-only bonus tracks), features original songwriting and production, as well as compelling reggae covers of “Don't Know Why” (Norah Jones), “Be Thankful For What You Got” (William DeVaughn) and the reggae classic “I'm Still In Love” (Alton Ellis).

    Follow Helen on Facebook.

  • 01:02

    The Cosandra Calloway Show with Sphynix Roze & Starr Campbell

    in Entertainment

    Sphynix Roze found herself needing to seek shelter from her own home. Sphynix spent her childhood on the streets of Philadelphia Pa living and moving from home to home as a child in the foster care system. From the age of 11 to 21, which is the legal age of emancipation from Child Protective Services, Sphynix had lived in 22 different homes.

    Sphynix is the owner of GAOM Enterprises, LLC, and the founder of the Sphynix Project. Sphynix is currently working on her freshman project with Grammy Award winning producers Helen Brunner and Terry Jones, and Grammy nominated producer Moe Ager. She anticipates the release of her debut single in late 2014. As well, Sphynix is also, a cast member of new Philadelphia Reality TV show, “ 215 Stilettos”, written by the award winning director and producer Nolbert Brown, Jr., and producer Miguel Nunez Jr. 


    Starr Campbell's message is one of strength and hope, and her intent was to show women that they could show up in the world in a powerful way and conquer anything they set their minds to. her lectures received such positive response that she was moved to launch a production company, Field of Dreams to reach a larger audience by producing inspiring, meaningful films and documentaries.

    Starr's desire to prove that beauty was not by physical perfection inspired her to direct a reality peace centered on her quest to become one of Barker's Beauties on The Price is Right. A risky undertaking considering that she didn't know whether she would be able to actually land the job yet she was determined and quickly landed the role, enabling her to successfully complete her first documentary The Making of a Price is Right Model.





  • 00:31

    CannaWeTalk42o Sunday Non Denominational Spiritual Serum

    in Lifestyle

    Peter and Helen Yeaple are ordained Ministers and of Sunday will share their perspective on spirituality and how incoreating religious beliefs of all faiths is important without the man made guidelines that restrict yoou if involved in an organized religion... This is a serum that all faiths can relate to and will teach and show how being in touch with ones own self and energies improves life in general...