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  • 00:00

    The Best Tech Gifts 2015: WSJD's Favorite Gadgets

    in News

    WSJ's personal tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler has seen all the gadgets and narrowed down the very best tech gifts the holiday season has to offer.

  • 01:56


    in Politics

    Originally started during Summer 2013 with Thomas Witt, executive director, Equality Kansas the largest premier statewide organization for the LGBT communities. See: http://eqks.org/

    KKFI fm 90.5 Kansas City’s community FCC radio station broadcasts “This Way Out” every Saturday 2pm (Central).  It is live streamed at their website for out of range listeners. See: http://www.kkfi.org/on-air-guide/

    Segment Summary:  “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.) See: http://thiswayout.org/  A liberated librarian questions the original Radical Faerie; Irish eyes smile at the country's first weddings of lesbian and gay couples, adoption reform expands Portugal's same-gender-parent-headed families, Kenyan lawmakers reject a "kill the gays" bill, the world observes the 16th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, a North Carolina school suspends all student clubs rather than allow an LGBT support group on campus, and more LGBT news from around the world!

    Latest from community radio Bristol, U.K. "State of the City Report" with Tony Gosling and "Old Labour" Martin Summer. See: https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/

    Naomi Fowler and the Tax Justice Network reports on finance and scandal in the global tax avoidance schemes of the #Banksters. See: http://www.taxjustice.net/


  • 00:00

    Virtual Reality: Reviewing the New Samsung Gear VR

    in News

    WSJ's personal tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler reviews the brand new Samsung Gear VR headset. Could virtual reality finally go mainstream?

  • 00:56

    Donica Knight and Madelyn Victoria, Country Women Who Rock Country Music

    in Music

    Donica Knight is a singer, songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. Donica’s unique blend of rock, country and blues has led to a rigorous touring schedule in the Southeast, performing more than 350 dates, opening for both country and rock superstars, as diverse as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Styx, Hank Williams Jr., Kid Rock, Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Kenny Rogers, Scotty McCreery, Jamey Johnson, Little River Band, Skid Row, Kellie Pickler, Blackberry Smoke, Joe Nichols, REO Speedwagon, The Band Perry, Chris Young, 3 Doors Down and many others.  A self-proclaimed tomboy and sports fan, Donica wrote and recorded “Great To Be,” which was regularly played at her beloved Auburn Tigers’ football games.  She has also written and recorded duets with country legend, Ronnie Milsap.  Donica’s music can be heard in several television and radio commercials, and on the award-winning soundtrack for the film Halloween Party. She also has two co-writes in the upcoming Tracy Lawrence film, Alabama Dirt. http://www.donicaknight.com 

    Madelyn Victoria grew up in Harlingen, TX performing in public for the first time, during a local Christmas Pageant, at age 5. She continued performing and singing throughout her youth, at local competitions and pageants, earning awards and recognition as one of the area’s top young performers. Madelyn auditioned to perform with the Radio Disney Superstars of Dallas, was selected, and opened for pop boy band sensation, The Jonas Brothers. She and her band have opened for some of the biggest names in country music, including Easton Corbin, Turnpike Troubadours, Tracy Lawrence, Kevin Fowler, Clay Walker, Josh Thompson, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, The Charlie Daniels Band, and more.


  • 02:00

    Open Forum - Breaking News - President Lungu turns down IMF aid package!!

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    The continued use of Public Order Act should be challenged by peave loving Zambian. 
    HH attacks are unacceptable 
    President Lungu says don't blame me if the constitution fails in parliament, Who should we blame?

  • 02:00

    Is US Strategy For ISIS Working? Nat'l Reviews Fowler Remembers 60 Yrs, & Movies

    in Politics

    Tom Doyle-U.S. Patience strategy against ISIS. What is really happening to underground Christians in the Middle East? How did that foreshadow the Paris attack.  

    Jack Fowler-National Review Publisher discusses a Confrontation With The Red Guard At Yale and the conservative magazines' past 60 years.

    Jeff Kemp-Time to Face Your Blitz with the former NFL QB & Family Life VP as he talks about the effective prayer of a son, and Steve Largent's son and sharing the burden.

    Steve "The Movie Guy" Evans-Live from the movie capital of the world, Hollywood, CA, The Movie Guy reports on the weekend's big winners at the box office and the best of the coming attractions.     

    Julia Schopick-The Patient advocate & best-selling author discusses Honest Medicine: Remedies For Chronic Illnesses.  She's paying her experiences forward.

    Joe Hicks-Project 21 black leadership network member, & the vice president of Community Advocates, Inc takes on the topic of Syrian refugees, do Governors have the right to not let them in?

    John McTernan-Is This Flood of Muslim Immigrants spelling the End of Europe?  Is This God's Judgment? McTernan is the founder of Defend and Proclaim the Faith Ministries.

    Phil Hotsenpiller-Influence Church of Anaheim Hills, CA Senior pastor explains Finding Direction In The Middle of Chaos & America's Heritage of the Rule of Law.

  • 01:25

    Moving the Chains

    in Sports

    Moving the Chains / November 20th

    Aaron Fowler discusses Dallas Cowboys, Arkansas Razorbacks, SEC Football and NFL topics at 12:00pm ET/9am PT

    Dallas Cowboys

    * Greg Hardy late for Cowboys meetings

    * Will Greg Hardy be on the Cowboys roster in 2016

    * Tony Romo to start

    * Dez Bryant goes on tirade

    * Cowboys release Brandon Weeden and Christine Michael

    * Darren McFadden has 17 rushes for 32 yards

    * Cowboys sign Robert Turbin

    Arkansas Razorbacks

    * Arkansas versus Mississippi State

    * Arkansas versus Missouri

    SEC Football

    * Abdul Ado commits to Mississippi State

    * Will Grier has conference call with NCAA

    * Alabama running back Kenyan Drake fractures arm

    * JC Jackson found not guilty

    * Gary Pinkel resigning legitimate

    * Bowl projection for SEC teams

    * SEC Standings


    * Giants re-sign WR Hakeem Nicks

    * Kirk Cousins presents game ball to father

    * NFC East:  Who wins the division

    * Ereck Flowers and Landon Collins: Giants draft picks

    * Matt Jones has big day versus Saints

    * Sam Bradford has separated shoulder

    www.SportzAddix.com or 646-378-1303


  • 01:25

    Birds Of A Feather

    in Lifestyle

    Study: BFFs May Have Similar DNA Belinda Luscombe @luscombeland July 15, 2014

    Really close friends might be as genetically similar as fourth cousins

    Next time someone says “You would really like my friend, she’s just like you,” try to refrain from giving her the side eye. It turns out she might have some science to back her up. According to a new study from Yale University and the University of California at San Diego, good friends are often genetically similar, and can share as much as 1% of the same gene variants. In genetic terms, that’s a lot. As close as, say, fourth cousins.

    “This gives us a deeper accounting of the origins of friendship,” says Nicholas Christakis, professor of sociology, evolutionary biology, and medicine at Yale, who co-authored the study with James Fowler, professor of medical genetics and political science at UC San Diego. “Not only do we form ties with people superficially like ourselves, we form ties with people who are like us on a deep genetic level. They’re like our kin, though they’re not.”

    The study found that, oddly, close friends are often genetically similar in their sense of smell. But it also concluded that friendship may play a role in evolution. The genes that were shared by friends saw the most “evolutionary activity”, or have evolved the fastest over the past 30,000 years. Whether the friendship or the genetic similarity came first is up for debate. Do we seek out genetically similar friends or do our friendships and mating affect what genes get passed on

    “Human beings are one of the few species who form long-term, non-reproductive relationships with other members of our species,” says Fowler.

  • 01:12

    Betty Andreasson Luca & Bob Luca on their true UFO-alien Abduction Experiences

    in Paranormal

    Of all the UFO and alien abduction stories investigaged and written about through the years, the one that stands out is Betty Andreasson Luca's and Bob Luca's encounters. Their story has withstood the test of time and ridicule as one of the best documented ufology cases of unearthly beings. In 1967, Betty Andreasson Luca was told by Alien Beings that much time would pass before her generation would believe her. Forty years later, Raymond E. Fowler investigated and authored the first series of books on Betty and Bob's case, The Andreasson Affair, followed by The Watchers and The Watchers II.

    Since their stories were made pubic, the United States Government felt it necessary to put Bob and Betty under FBI surveillance, tapping their telephone, harassing them with yearly IRS audits, and having low flights by unmarked black Military Helicopters over their home, They have been followed in cars with unissued license plates. The question is why? 

    Betty and her husband Bob discuss their story on Rainbow Vision, the urgent messages given to them by the aliens, and the possible reason for their abductions. Currently, they are working on their next book.

    Visit their website: www.andreassonaffair.com



  • 00:00

    Wanna Make a Documentary? There's An App For That

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    A brand new app makes it alright to have your smartphone out at the dinner table this holiday season -- by interviewing your family and officially preserving its history. WSJ's Geoffrey Fowler explains how you can become a professional documentarian right from your own phone.

  • 00:43

    Episode 159: Our Annual AAA AAOPs

    in Baseball

    It's time for your hosts Amazin' Avenue Audio Offseason Plans, but Chris McShane can't be bothered to defend his 2014 title (which he won by cheating). He claims he is sick or something, leaving Jeffrey and Greg to debate the merits of Hansel Robles, 8th inning guy versus Dexter Fowler, leadoff hitter. Next, we answer your e-mails on Jeremy Hefner, Marcell Ozuna, and once and future podcast legends. Finally, we end the show with Greg dropping some Irish soccer (?!) knowledge.