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An interview with Keith Axon
Keith was the first West Midlands Regional Organiser when John Tyndall formed the British National Party in 1982.
After building up his region over many years, Keith was the Election Agent of the only Nationalist Candidate to ever win a seat in Birmingham.
The Griffin File
Nick Griffin recent report on corruption in the BNP
This evening Thursday 8/27 at 7pm…Leading up to our 40 year reunion this weekend, I will broadcast the second of three (1st show recorded this past Tuesday 8/25) featuring the South Shore High class of “75” but including those classes immediately before and after if they desire… Please call in and share your experiences before, during, and after SSH.
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Tune in tonight as Vinny & Terry put on another fun Cats Talk show! Isaac Humphries chose to play basketball for John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats.
Jonny David and Dillon Pulliam became the two newest walk-ons for the UK basketball team.
Mark Stoops and the Kentucky Football team had a scrimmage to remember.
Cris Carter is in the news. Corey Peters joins a long list of NFL players whose seasons ended in the preseason.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist inks a new deal.
Keith Taylor, columnist for Kentucky Forward, joins us at 6:30 to talk UK Football & more!
Feel free to call in at (845)277-9373
Da GEEK'S Corner is Back and better than ever.
Interview with Colton Shane. He's has been once at time one of the most hated guy on the show but turned in a new leaf of life sharing his story about TEW, his hiatus and his return to wrestling now at League of Lions Wrestling.
Silk is a highly celebrated, R&B quintet who has sold over 5 million records. The group still comprises the original members who debuted in 1992. These gentlemen are Timzo (Timothy Cameron), Jim (Jimmy Gates, Jr.), Big G (Gary Glenn), Lil G (Gary Jenkins) and John John (Johnathen Rasboro). Popular for baby-making ballads and New Jack Swing favorites, Silk is best known for their 1993 pop hit, “Freak Me.” Other hits include “If You”, “Meeting In My Bedroom”, “Girl U For Me”, “Lose Control”, “Hooked On You” and “Don’t Rush”. The group was discovered by Keith Sweat over 20 years ago yet they continue to enjoy longevity in the industry with six studio albums. Currently, Silk is delicately placing the finishing touches on their seventh studio LP while touring the world.
The group began its embryonic stage in the mid 80’s. Timzo, Jim and John John formed the singing group as the teenagers harmonized while working at McDonald’s. Shortly thereafter, Big G was joined. A then-gospel group, the four would get their big break singing church songs in their manager’s basement during a cookout. Already empowered with unique diamond-smooth harmonies, Silk went in search of a fifth voice and Gary “Lil G” Jenkins was joined to the group. Keith Sweat signed the group to his Keia label and helped to create Silk’s unmistakable sound.
Sweat co-wrote and produced most of the steamy, sexually suggestive songs for their debut album, Lose Control. Selling two million copies, the album spun three US R&B Top 10 hits, including ‘Freak Me’, which stayed at #1 on the chart for eight weeks and the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. Silk would go on to release their second album with an eponymous title giving us “I Can Go Deep”, “Hooked On You” and “Don’t Rush”.
On Wednesday , August 26, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Susan Demas, Editor and Publisher of Inside Michigan Politics and political columnist with MLive.com will join the program to discuss the news that is impacting you.
Chuck Altman with MoveOn.Org wants to send a message to Senator Gary Peters and that message is clear and is backed with thousands of signatures. Say YES to the Iran deal and stop a future war and certain destruction.
Jackie Pierce checks in on the ballot initiative she is behind that would allow voting by mail. Is this an idea whose time has come or it is not secure enough to count on, no pun intended!
Amy Hunter returns this week continue to look at the progress, and challenges, facing the LGBTQ community.
Roz Keith, activist, advocate, mom and messenger for Transgender teens and others, continues her regular visits with Tony again this week. Tune in to be included in a real and profound conversation.
Doug Cunningham with Workers Independent News is back this week with a full compliment of issues, his unique intelligence on so many issues, and his insists on honesty and reality, no matter the cost. Time for change? Over time, actually. Tune in or miss out!
Chicago South Shore High class of "75" leading up to 40th reunion. Sharing memories. Part 1.
Real Talk. Raw Talk.
Grab a bottle of your favorite booze and crank up the volume because Jay, Matt, and everyone at IWS Radio are celebrating five years on the BlogTalkRadio network. After five years, 300+ episodes, and nearly 1.8 million listens since the painful C-section birth of IWS Radio, it's time for a podcast party of comedic proportions.
Jay, Matt, and the rest of the IWS Radio team reflect on the best and worst of season five, while dignitaries such as Bill Clinton, John McCain, Donald Trump, Keith Olbermann, and many others chime in about the less than profound effect IWS Radio has had on their lives.
So join Jay, Matt, Bobby Kraft, Guy Ahnyurdyck, Rev. Moneymaker, Jamie MapleLeaf, Schmoop, Slyder Balzcock and the rest of the gang along with your phone calls at 661.244.9852, as IWS Radio presents: Saying Goodbye To Season Five.
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