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Minnie Driver joins host Robin Milling to talk about her new film, Hunky Dory. Minnie shows off her musical talents, dueting with the students and playing guitar as a drama teacher in Wales who is keen to put together a rock musical of Shakespeare's The Tempest that would make David Bowie proud. Set in the 70s her students perform hit songs from the era, namely Life on Mars? which Minnie says is perfect timing with Bowie's comeback, The Next Day. Minnie says she can't stop listening to the CD especially when Bowie so graciously lent his music to the film for a song.
Minnie tells Robin about her involvement with musical educational programs and the importance of music and the arts in schools. Her five year-old son Henry is already showing a penchant for music taking piano lessons. He was on the set of Hunky Dory getting into the jamming sessions. Minnie says it's been in his genes since before he was born getting an earful of her guitar playing while on tour seven months pregnant.
This is the year of the musical for Minnie who will also be starring opposite Meatloaf in the horror musical Stage Fright. She is also releasing a CD of cover tunes in June Ask Me To Dance to follow up her original CD Seastories in 2007.
On August 19, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that it will accept input from stakeholders to determine a possible rulemaking for entry-level truck driver training. After years of failing to implement a final rule which would establish such criteria, the FMCSA is considering using a negotiated rulemaking, known as RegNeg.
Under RegNeg, outside agency representatives would consult among each other in order to develop the proposed rule, taking the responsibility away from the FMCSA. In Canada, a task force is working toward establishing criteria for entry-level drivers, as well as hoping to have the Canadian government classify truck driving as a "skilled" profession.
Furthermore, the Canadian Trucking Alliance has admitted that the primary causes for a driver shortage are driver wages, quality of life, qualifications and demographics.
Join us as we look at the very different approach by the U.S. and Canada as it relates to driver training and recognizing the importance of the professional driver. Just one topic for our "Open Forum."
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Our special guest, Kirk Kostoff draws from twenty years of combined skills in the B2B sales marketing and strategic business development arena, drawing from his experiences in the Fortune 500 market.
In 2011 Mr. Kostoff entered the logistics side of business through his introduction and interaction with CR England and what he refers to as their "self proclaimed" legitimate franchise. His recent actions with the ongoing CR England class action litigation associated with driver's rights, legitimate wages and living conditions has positioned him as an upcoming "voice of reason" and concern for the small business owner, just recently founding The Drivers Association of America.
Through extensive OTR experience and close contact with established strategic alliances, our guest will be discussing "The Power of Driver Credentials, The Driver Shortage Myth and Remedies through Education and Implementation."
We invite everyone to consider these topics and call in with their perspectives as we will also discuss the CR England case as it is public knowledge and to reiterate for all the industry newcomers about the motor carrier leasing scams to once again explain how it all works against the professional truck driver.
This Tuesday on The Sports Cage we chat with Joey Gase NASCAR Nationwide Series driver. Gase made his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut September 14, 2014 in the Go Green Racing #32 car, finishing 37th in the MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway. We look forward to talking some NASCAR with Joey Gase Tuesday on The Sports Cage. We are Broadcasting live from The Sports Cage head quarters & studios located in beautiful downtown Lake St Louis. Be sure to join your Host Debo and Producer Cam as we talk NASCAR with one of the hottest young drivers on the Nationwide Series Joey Gase.
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Business of Monday Money Watch[Talk] - SB Barber Morning Show. Apostle SB Barber talks with Mr. Terry Degree, an Owner & Operator - Regional OTR Driver (Over The Road). From serving the United State Navy to Trucking School to 20 years as Owner/Operator, Mr. Degree has proven and continues to prove that it is worth it to bank on yourself.
"If the commercial trucks stop rolling, America stops (read article)."
There's nothing consumers use that hasn't been on a truck before you get it.
Is the broker paying me a fair price? Are the people I'm signed on to being honest? Trucking is a prosperous business, there is a DEMAND for it.
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In the early morning hours of September 3, 2006, professional truck driver Randy Tomblin pulled his rig over on the side of I-64 near Huntington, West Virginia. Randy was responding to a lady waving on the side of the interstate, apparently with a flat tire. The time was about 3:00 A.M.
Having always been a good samaritan, Tomblin thought to himself that there was no way he was going to let a women change a tire alone and in the dark. As he walked pass the auto, a male suddenly appeared, hitting Tomblin over the head with what police believed to be a .380-caliber handgun.
Tomblin would be robbed of $200 and as he attempted to rise to his feet, the man fired one bullet that lodged between his lower back and pelvis and which still remains there today. The shooting would cause Randy to spend four months in a wheelchair and unable to work for eleven months.
As a professional driver for 39 years, Randy Tomblin joins us as our special guest to share his story and to discuss his views on Mike's Law - a proposed Bill to Congress by the Small Business in Transportation Coalition which if signed into law, would allow U.S. citizens engaged in interstate commerce to carry a concealed weapon throughout all states, thus not being held to the current reciprocity laws.
The legislative draft entitled Sec. 9999 “Americans Working in Interstate Commerce Protection Act of 2014” is named for trucker, Mike Boeglin who was fatally shot in June of this year in Detroit, Michigan. As of the time of this writing, the petition has received 8,388 signatures.
Join us with our special guest, Randy Tomblin as he shares his story, the thoughts on why Congress should pass Mike's Law and the ongoing problems still faced today from that one moment in time back in 2006.
Imagine going on a tour of the mysterious area around Dreamland. Yes, Area 51. You drive into the Nevada desert, going on a tour which began in Las Vegas, only to accidently have the driver cross the invisible line into Area 51. That's what happened for Adventure Photo Tours when they made a big OOPS, crossing into territory of the unknown. Let's just say it wasn't a fun experience. Dean Baumgartner, one of the Tour Guides will stop by and talk to us about Adventure Photo Tours' most popular Tour, and what happened at Area 51
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec are talking NFL on Football Friday. The first big game of the week was played Thursday. Yes, that was a big game, because the loser is still in the sweepstakes, to get the number one pick. The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Tennessee Titans, giving them three wins, and dropping down, in the draft order. Meanwhile, the Titans are still in contention.
The bigger prize, making the NFL playoffs, could be determined this weekend. Which teams will clinch a playoff berth, and which teams will be eliminated? When you look at every game this week, every one has some type of bearing. This could be clinching a playoff spot, being elimated, getting home field, or staying in the hunt, for the number one draft pick. The only game that has no bearing would be the New York Giants vs. St. Louis Rams. Both of those teams are battling to try and salvage a season, and will be spending January watching, the playoffs.
What games will you be most interested in watching? What teams are going to put themselves, in the driver seat? Listen in or call the show.