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  • 00:30

    Bobbie Hinman is Today's Guest on Book Bites for Kids

    in Books

    Bobbie Hinman talks about her picture book The Knot Fairy.

  • 01:04

    The HD View with Regenerative Medicine Foundation and Kelly Milukas

    in Science

    PRE-RECORDED TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2014 3:30 PM PST


    Our incredible special guests today are:
    Joan F. Schanck, MPA
    William Hinman, CFRE, MBA
    Kelly Milukas, RMF Commissioned Artist 
    Katie Jackson, VP, Help 4 HD International


    SUBJECT
    Tonight we have four amazing and incredible guests here to talk about Regenerative Medicine Foundations upcoming Conference and Gallery Opening event which will be held at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley, CA (May 5-7). We have Joan Schank, MPA, Academic Research Program office at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Director of Education for the Regenerative Medicine Foundation. We have Bill Hinman, CFRE, MBA and Executive Director of the National Regenerative Medicine Foundation. Its mission is to encourage and promote unbiased efforts which accelerate the discovery and development of new regenerative medicine therapies for patients. Then we have Kelly Milukas, from Tiverton, RI, an amazing and talented award winning, multimedia, modern fine artist. She has been commissioned by RMF since 2010 to present her art exhibit “Keys to the Cure”. Visit her beautiful textural and pastel works atwww.kellymilukas.com. Katie Jackson, VP H4HDI and patient advocate extraordinaire is also with us tonight. She will be one of several honored panel speakers at the Conference Gallery Opening Event on May 5th. It's going to be an awesome show today!

  • 01:30

    SyFy Radio -- Mirror Universe Michael Hinman

    in Television

    Join Michael Hinman ... and Michael Hinman! No, that's not a typo, it's our special guest for the May 28 show. MIchael Hinman, from the Mirror Universe who writes the occasional SyFy Portal column Beyond the Mirror, will join the Michael Hinman of this universe in a special show. You don't want to miss how we pull this one off!

  • 01:04

    The HD View with Regenerative Medicine Foundation & Kelly Milukas

    in Health

    TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2014 3:30 PM PST


    Our incredible special guests today are:
    Joan F. Schanck, MPA
    William Hinman, CFRE, MBA
    Kelly Milukas, RMF Commissioned Artist 
    Katie Jackson, VP, Help 4 HD International


    SUBJECT
    Tonight we have four amazing and incredible guests here to talk about Regenerative Medicine Foundations upcoming Conference and Gallery Opening event which will be held at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley, CA (May 5-7). We have Joan Schank, MPA, Academic Research Program office at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Director of Education for the Regenerative Medicine Foundation. We have Bill Hinman, CFRE, MBA and Executive Director of the National Regenerative Medicine Foundation. Its mission is to encourage and promote unbiased efforts which accelerate the discovery and development of new regenerative medicine therapies for patients. Then we have Kelly Milukas, from Tiverton, RI, an amazing and talented award winning, multimedia, modern fine artist. She has been commissioned by RMF since 2010 to present her art exhibit “Keys to the Cure”. Visit her beautiful textural and pastel works at www.kellymilukas.com. Katie Jackson, VP H4HDI and patient advocate extraordinaire is also with us tonight. She will be one of several honored panel speakers at the Conference Gallery Opening Event on May 5th. It's going to be an awesome show today!

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  • 02:00

    SyFy Radio -- Good-Bye, Michael Hinman

    in Television

    After 10 long months, Michael Hinman hosts SyFy Radio for the last time, handing over the reins of the show to new hosts Wayne Hall and Nick Chase. He'll share some of his more special moments during his time as host, and maybe even have a special guest along the way. It's a TWO-HOUR SPECIAL you don't want to miss!

  • 00:45

    Alisa Statman

    in Women

    43 Years After the Manson Murders: What happened to “And Justice for All”?
     
    By Alisa Statman, author of the book, Restless Souls: The Sharon Tate Family’s Account of Stardom, the Manson Murders, and a Crusade for Justice
     
    As the 43 anniversary of the Manson murders passed with summer, the horrific details of this tragedy are relayed with increasing banality. In the press and at their parole hearings, the Manson family killers, Bruce Davis, Charles “Tex” Watson, Leslie Van Houten, Susan Atkins, and Patricia Krenwinkel’s legal rights and accomplishments now overshadow the violence of their crimes and all that was lost for their victims: Gary Hinman, Donald Shea, Rosemary and Leno LaBianca, Steven Parent, Woytek Frykowski, Abigail Folger, Jay Sebring, and Sharon Tate, who were shot, stabbed, and bludgeoned to death by the Manson family in the summer of 1969.
     
    As Jay Sebring’s sister noted at Susan Atkins’ (who died in 2009) parole hearing, “She’s got all these things she’s done, all these committees, all these organizations, all these degrees, but the bottom line is, she’s just as much a murderer today as she was thirty-six years ago because my brother is just as dead as he was thirty-six years ago.”
     
    Prior to 1982, when Sharon Tate’s mother, Doris, began her campaign for victims’ equal rights, none existed for victims or the survivors of murder victims. As the campaign the Victims’ Bill of Rights, ramped up, Doris reached out to victims’ family members across California.  The universal complaint was that they felt neglected or even abused by the judicial system in one instance a judge told the mother of a victim, Ma’am, your daughter lost all her rights the day she was murdered

  • 00:30

    An interview with a published children's book author Bobbie Hinman

    in Books

    Host, Suzanne Lieurance, interviews Bobbie Hinman,author of The Knot Fairy.

  • 01:30

    Weird West Radio #4

    in Entertainment

    Cazador Radio presents "Weird West Radio" hosted by Western X creator Michael Flores. This episode he is joined by Thomas Hinman (Film Composer) and fans Robert Tabb and Clint Felton. 
    In this episode they talk about film composing, the return of westerns  and the breakdown of Western X Episode 10. 
    Weird West Radio. The cast and crew discuss Western X and other weird westerns. www.westernxtheshow.com 

  • 01:16

    A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY with Host Marsha Casper Cook

    in Books

    On Tuesday May 10 at 7PM - MT 8PM CST - 9 PM - EST -6 PM PST join host Marsha Cook and Denise Spooner as they have an entertaining and informative discussion on self- publishing. The special guests that will be discussing why they decided to self publish and the success of the self published writing are Sherry Ellis, Jan Britland, Claudia Graziano and Bobbie Hinman. All five of these authors have wonderful books with terrific illustrations..This show will not only be very informative but it will be entertaining.The phone and chat lines will be open. Questions are welcomed. 

  • 00:52

    Stories for Children with Host VS Grenier

    in Books

    Stories for Children with host VS Grenier and co-host Kris Quinn Christopherson will be chatting with Stories for Children Magazine's featured guest author - Bobbie Hinman.
    Bobbie Hinman has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Several years ago, Bobbie decided to with her experience as an elementary teacher, along with the joys of reading to her ten grandchildren, turn her attention to the world of children’s literature.                             
    The hosts VS Grenier and Kris Quinn Chirstopherson will chat with Bobbie Hinman about her books, writing, the publishing industry and the trials and tribulations of the writer’s life.
    The show will be live, 2011 at 1pm EST (12pm Central, 11am MST, and 10am PST).
    You buy the May 2011 issue of Stories for Children Magazine and read Bobbie Hinman's full interview at http://storiesforchildrenmagazine.org