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Special Guest: Lashell Griffin will be here to talk about here new CD and blazing new single "Dreams are Possible" both bearing the same title. We will also talk about life after winning "The Oprah Winfrey Pop Star Challenge". Call in LIVE at (646) 716-7677
Join Kim and Special guest Co-host Drew Cali as they discuss their journeys with mediumship and welcome listeners to call in for a reading!
On Saturday May 2nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Gerald Griffin will be discussing betta genetics with his guest Jamie Stine.This is Part 2 and even more important tips and suggestions. Gerald and Jamie are encouraging all those with questions to call in and ask them on the air.Feel free to join the IBC and receive newsletters and be in touch with some of the top breeders around the world.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for KEYS 4 The Human Condition on Friday's. Featuring special Encored
April Dawn Griffin is your Ambassador for Canada, Joshua is your Ambassador for Autism, Phoebe Murer is your Ambassador for PENN for Autism,
On our regular show this week, Kevin on the Cape returns to the show with Dave to look at the NBA Playoffs so far. Tom in NJ will also join Dave in Hour 2. We'll chat Clippers/Spurs and see whether the either team has the upper hand in a great series so far. Who were the heroes of the series to date? How did Austin Rivers come out of nowhere to take over game 4 in San Antonio? Have Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli shown their age lately? How big was Tim Duncan so far? Have Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan answered the critics through five games? Last we give our predictions for Game 6: will there be a 7th game in Los Angeles? Also on the show, we'll touch on the Kentucky Derby, the rest of the NBA Playoffs, and the upcoming Pacquiao/Mayweather super-fight.
In the old Dragnet show, Sgt. Joe Friday used to say, "The facts, ma'am, only the facts." But when a writer is creating a book or story part of their process is making sure to check facts,particularly when they are setting out a particular set of circumstances. If you get it wrong, some of your readers will know and possibly spread the word. The internet is a wonderful source of information, but if you can't find what you want, let your fingers do the walking. Once you've figured out who might have the information you need, pick up the phone and call. It might be a friend, or the public relations division of a police department, hospital, public entity or any number of possibilities. When Morgan St. James was writing "Betrayed," she needed to know what would happen in the late 1950s if an inmate in an Illinois prison was beaten to a point where they had to be on lifesupport. The information was not readily available on the internet, so she called the public relations department at the prison in Illinois and discovered her answer, The Public Relations officer researched her and called back with the information that the policy had changed over the years. What would have happened now, wasn't the cae then. Back then the inmate would have been kept in the prison infirmary. So, St. James was able to portray the scene correctly for the era.
Okay,let's assume you've got the facts, details and any other pertinent information. How much does your reader REALLY want to know? Are you overwriting and boring them with details fans of your genre really are not interested in?Is the technical information much more than they care to read? Do they want the story to just keep moving?
In a lively discussion authors Morgan St. James, Dennis N. Griffin and Eric James Miller will share their knowledge and experience when it comes to, "Just the facts, ma'am."
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Autisitc Broadcasting News on Sunday's. Our Autistic Advocates: Jess Davis, Jocelyn, Maria Iliou, Davis Eastman Our Advocates: Sharron Davis ....Sharing the News of the day.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Hot for Autistic Theatre Music Caf'e on Sunday's. April Dawn Griffin is our special guest and sharring..
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Video version available at https://youtu.be/raBC-1-xE5s
We focus on drone technology, looking at the relationship between language and law. A range of speakers explain how the framing of the War On Terror has served the US military's purposes, and note that the US keeps details of its pretexts for state sponsored assassinations by drone as vague as possible. Plausible deniability is only needed if people are in a position where their actions are subject to informed questions. The core of this week's show is made up with a set of speeches from a 2015 meeting about the use of drone warfare, introduced by Bruce Gagnon and augmented by SAS whistleblower, Ben Griffin and a few classic words of Chris Hedges on how war affects its participants.
Credits: Thanks to Wilton Vought of Other Voices, Other Choices for uploading the audio from the Interfaith Conference On Drone Warfare to http://www.radio4all.net
Notes: We begin with a call by Bruce Gagnon in October 2014 to repurpose the US arms production capacity. After a musical break, we hear the start of Chris Hedges classic speech (from episode 227), followed by SAS whistleblower, Ben Griffin, commenting on the infamous Collateral Murder video leaked by Chelsea Manning.
Music: In Search of Enemies by Clan Dyken
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