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  • 00:46

    Author and Utopia Veteran Amy Evans

    in Books

    Join host Jo Michaels, of the Jo Michaels blog, and author Amy Evans as they discuss books, writing, and UTOPiAcon! Amy will regale you with stories from the inside track of the conference, talk about her amazing young adult books that center on dolphins, and discuss her experiences with writing, publishing, and Utopia. Amy's Dolphin Prophecy series includes the novels Clicks and Echoes. Her new adult title is Pink Jellybean Kisses. Certain to keep you on your toes, this interview will go all the way to the trenches and back up!


    You can find Amy here: Facebook and Twitter


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  • 01:01

    Critics Preview Fall Film Schedule

    in Movies

    Popular film critics Nell Minow,  A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates preview upcoming Fall movies in this episode designed to help listeners make choices among over 70 films vying for their box office dollars during Fall 2015. All three critics are candid, informative and great fun to listen to! Nell, the famous Movie Mom, is one of the most respected film critics working today.  She writes commentary for Beliefnet.com and is the author of many film-related books.  A.J., the Mad Movie Man, contributes film reviews to various sites including Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, Terror Tube,  ReelTalk Movie Reviews and his own popular blog CineSlice. Award-winning critic Mack Bates has contributed freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. He received a local Emmy for his work on the The Robert and Rosie Show.


     Among the films scheduled for release this Fall, which ones are most eagerly anticipated and why? Some movies that might be contenders are: Black Mass, Bridge of Spies, Suffragette, Spectre, The Peanuts Movie, Victor Frankenstein and By the Sea, but that list is just the tip of the iceberg! 

  • 02:02

    Moretti Underground / The Liberty Report

    in Radio

    Please join Hosts Jo Anne Moretti and Scott Ferrarello, along with our correspondents and colleagues, each Monday at 8pm EST for the latest news, commentary, investigative journalism and featured guests.


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  • 00:45

    MINISTER JO'NATHAN PINCKNEY

    in Christianity

    GUEST MINISTER JO'NATHAN PINCKNEY.

  • 00:15

    RA: Jovem activista Paulo Vinte Cinco fala sobre a sua detenção em Benguela

    in Radio

    Rádio Angola (RA): Paulo Vinte Cinco conta como foi detido pelos agentes apaisana, e falamos com João Misselo da Silva consultor social e Director Geral da Organização Humanitária Internacional, O.H.I, com sede na província de Benguela que analisou o momento que Angola vive em termos do respeito pelo exercício das liberdades fundamentais consagradas da Constituição e aquilo que tem sido actuação do Estado Angolano. Esta entrevista foi conduzida por Jesse Lufendo.

    Por Florindo Chivucute
    Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.

  • 01:06

    Open Mic : Around the Diaspora

    in Current Events

    This will be a random review of events and activities in the Zambian Diaspora Community globally.

  • 00:36

    Information Session about the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program

    in Education

    Tune in to learn about the history of the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program and how it has evolved since the program launch in 2007.  Learn how the program has influenced the leadership development of faculty, Lynn Andrews and Joanne Dalton, as they have been designing and teaching Buell Fellows across seven different cohorts.   Gather insights from faculty Lori Ryan and Rebecca Soden about joining the program in 2012 when the program transitioned to the University of Colorado Denver from University of Denver.   All of the faculty will discuss the leadership development Curriculum based upon what are called the Big Ideas and Buell Star framework.  The newest faculty member to join the program, Diana Shaack, will share with the audience the importance of a leadership program for early childhood professionals and why it matters for the field and our communities.  Overall, it will be a time for listeners to hear and callers to ask faculty about their experience is as faculty and how they see fellows grow over the year long program and beyond.  And finally, you will learn how you can become a Buell Fellow and when the Buell Recruitment Tour will be coming to your local area. 

  • 00:57

    Kinesiology for Healthy Living~IKC 2015 Banff, Alberta

    in Health

    A chat to announce the upcoming International Kinesiology Conference 2015 in Banff Alberta Canada...to find out who it's for, what can be expected and to find out more about the Chair of the conference (Jo-Ann Lee Maritiu) and how she came to Kinesiology...very information chat! Make sure you watch till the end for a bonus gift...Read Jo-Ann's bio at www.lgrcc.com on the Inspiring Guest page  This chat is also available on youtube to watch at https://youtu.be/I1hBFtLhmkY ...You can go direct to their website for all the info, workshops and registration information...health is so much fun! IKC 2015 website
     

  • 00:29

    Lost Cause

    in Christianity

    As the "Back 2 School, Back 2 Christ" series comes to a close we want to encourage our listeners to always remember Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior. The walk of education is no easy feat, but always remember where your help comes from. This is an inspirational episode to uplift our listeners in the Lord who saves... Jesus Christ.

  • 01:43

    Hung Jury.... Would you date a Transsexual?

    in Lifestyle

     


    Lenore Lux


    Feb 5


    What is Transgender?


    I think sometimes, about what it means to be transgender. I probe and probe for answers, because as the possibility for a new age of enlightenment and safety increases, the others want to know. I’ve come up with many answers, but I can hold to none. I don’t deserve to paint the definition of a culture with the limited experiences I’ve had. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people allowed on television. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people making news feeds and giving high profile interviews. And as my nation’s exposure to our culture increases, likely will their curiosity. Am I transgender? Do I have the right? I’ve heard doctors, psychiatrists, may refuse transgender patients access to hormone therapy based on how dedicated or convincing their portrayal of their identified gender. If you want to be a man or woman, you’ll have to look like the women and men on TV. If you want to be transgender, you’ll have to look like the trans identified people on TV. Every single one of us who has an active role as either participant or observer in our society is prey to the crisis of validity. Am I pretty enough? Am I strong enough? Am I brave enough? Mom enough? Dad enough? Competitive enough? Successful enough? Rich enough? Sexy enough? Pious enough? It never ends. We’re, as a nation of people, being crushed and compartmentalized by this ever present lens, looming over us, exploiting our weaknesses and fears so it may grow wider, and support itself as it follows us, seemingly forever into the future.

  • 01:46

    ZONE 13 / tbd

    in Current Events

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