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  • 01:00

    No Simple Victory: Norman Davies Interview

    in History

    Noted British historian Norman Davies returns to speak about his book, "No Simple Victory: WWII In Europe".

  • 00:39

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 8 with Guest Wendy Layne

    in Art

    Join host Michael Harris as he interviews artist Wendy Layne.  Wendy Layne is a wife and mother of five children and grandmother of four boys. She is experienced with watercolor, acrylic, colored pencil, collage, and sculpting with clay. Wendy has loved art since her childhood.  Wendy’s goal is to spend the rest of her life deeply immersed in the art community inspiring other artists and art enthusiast with her work.  Her favorite art medium is colored pencils. She loves the detail that she is able to achieve. The majority of her art is realism with a bit of whimsy and she’s been told that most of her art has a Norman Rockwell feel.


    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.


    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.

  • 02:59

    Doctor Prepper's Critical Preparedness Radio Talk Show

    in Prepping

    Doctor Prepper hosts Critical Preparedness Radio live talk show on Friday afternoon to help listeners become prepared or get better prepared for the uncertain future.


    Co-host Rich Fleetwood, owner of www.SurvivalRing.org, the largest preparedness content site on the Internet, adds more than 20 years of survival experience.


    Today’s show will feature an interview with Col. (retired) Richard Earl Broome, a nationally recognized expert on the subjects of preparedness and survival.


    Richard entered the Army as a private and retired 27 years later as a full Colonel!


    His service included many diverse experiences including: serving in the 9th Infantry Div., working directly for General “Stormin Norman” Schwarzkopf, serving on the Staff/Faculty at West Point, and serving on the White House National Security Council staff and the crisis management leadership teams for 2 presidents.


    After military service, he held management positions at the NASDAQ, Computer Sciences Corporation and Booz Allen Hamilton for the next 19 years.


    Richard is a prolific writer, having published 2 suspense novels about preparedness and survival, Leaving The Trees and Good Crazy. He has written more than 60 articles and major conference presentations about the many threats facing our society and how we can defend ourselves. His 3 most recent articles are: “The Coming Cyber War,” and “Building a Culture of Preparedness.”


    Currently a professor at Montana State, teaching courses about leadership, management, and professionalism.

  • 01:25

    Podcast #61B: "Sympathy for the De Vil" + news roundup

    in Television

    Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson review the latest episode of Once Upon A Time!

  • 02:01

    Meltzer, Navies, Rotheram, Woodruff, Reilly, Steussie, McCrary

    in Football

    This week on Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: Sports 1 Marketing CEO David Meltzer, former Panthers, Packers, Bengals & 49ers LB Hannibal Navies, Pitt Guard Mark Ratheram, former Steelers DB Dwayne Woodruff, former Eagles LB Kevin Reilly, former Vikings Pro Bowl Tackle Todd Steussie and former Chargers, Falcons & Patriots FB Fred McCrary.


    Join Chris Mascaro and Bob Lazzari every Thursday night from 8:00-10:00 PM EST as they talk with current and former players and coaches from around the NFL & CFL on "Thursday Night Tailgate." Chris and Bob talk football with the greats of the game year round so set a reminder, you don't want to miss an episode. Plus, check out the TNT web site: www.thursdaynighttailgate.com to keep track of upcoming guests, stream or download any of our archived episodes, plus see what players are saying about the show.


    “I want to congratulate you on your outstanding show. I’m extraordinarily impressed. I’ve been on a lot of shows over the years in various cities but this one is exceptional."  Andy Russell, Former Pittsburgh Steelers LB

  • 02:09

    "Table Talk" Study Hour - Final Episode #56

    in Education

    Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager bring you the final reading from the night of Nov. 29-30, 1944 between Adolf Hitler, Martin Bormann and unidentified aides, as taken down in shorthand by attorney Heinrich Heim. Following this short reading, we discuss the totality of these Führer monologues that spanned 1941 to 1944.


    We deal with all the controversial issues that tend to crop up about these Talks - Hitler's expressed views on Christianity, Russians and Slavs, and Race/Jews. We take a couple of calls. This is our final episode of "Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour.


    The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

  • 01:02

    The Back Nine Report presented by eDraft.com

    in Sports

    Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres will take The Practice Range to bring you an insight into the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial, a Symetra Tour tournament that uses a first of its kind format. They'll cover everything from the history, the format, recent news and the results of this weekend


    As usual they we’ll have The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, where well talk about the new Executive Director on the European Tour, Phil Mickelson committing to the Wells Fargo, will Tiger Woods joining Rory McIlroy on the Irish Open?, Nick Faldo final Open appearance overshadowed by Tom Watson, Greg Norman’s interview with The Herald Sun in Melbourne, the new tournament on the Web.com Tour and a golfer in St Andrews could be Mr. Hole-in-One.


    Our Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week will be David Ogrin, a retired PGA Tour professional embarking on a mission to share the love of golf with anyone who will listen, and even some who won't.

  • 00:16

    Podcast #61: "Sympathy for the De Vil" + news roundup

    in Television

    Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson review the latest episode of "Once Upon A Time"!

  • 00:59

    The Author's Talk Show with Frank Monahan (kid's book author and publisher)

    in Books

    Author Frank Monahan is not only an acclaimed children's book author of The Stanley and Norman Series, but he is also the President and CEO of the independent publishing company Rocket Science Productions.


    The Stanley and Norman Series is currently a series of four books, with more on the way.  They are about Frank's two real-life basset hounds, Stanley and Norman the "bad boy basset brothers"!  


    Each story has a leason for children, from how to listen to your parents, to how to make friends, and all about diet and excercise.  Lovingly illustrated by high school art teacher, Deb Fitzgerald, she is also the next door neighbor of the "bad boy basset brothers" and knows them well :)


    Frank also takes his books, and his bassets, to schools around the country to read to the children and teach/inspire them about writing and publishing.  He has been well received and adored by the students and teachers a like for the 7 years he has been touring schools.  If you would like him to visit your elementary school, see our contact information at www.stanleyandnorman.com.


    Frank is also a business owner and independent publisher.  Rocket Science Productions was founded in 2006 and has over 100 titles published.  They are always looking for new authors.

  • 01:03

    Climate Action with Russell Greene

    in Politics Progressive

    Join Russell and journalist Robert Hunziker to discuss Hunziker’s recent articles on the divestment movement, drought and the surging carbon free movement. Russell will also interview students working on the carbon divestiture campaign. 


    Robert Hunziker (MA, economic history, DePaul University) is a freelance writer and environmental journalist whose articles have been translated into foreign languages and appeared in over 50 journals, magazines, and sites worldwide, like Z Magazine, European Project on Ocean Acidification, Ecosocialism Canada, Climate Himalaya, Counterpunch, Dissident Voice, Comite Valmy, and UK Progressive. He has been interviewed about climate change on Pacifica Radio, KPFK, FM90.7, Indymedia On Air, and the World View Show/UK, as well as Thom Hartmann's Big Picture, and Norman B's Life Elsewhere, 88.5 WMNF and others. Twitter: Robert_Hunziker


    Read Robert's latest articles from Counterpunch


    http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/04/14/natures-global-warming-fix/#.VS0X8TsmEsk.gmail


    http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/04/10/drought-death-by-a-thousands-cuts/#.VSgHU_0ZW0M.gmail


     


    Zakaria Kronemer is a graduating senior at the University of Mary Washington studying philosophy. He cofounded divestUMW in 2013 and is the cofounder of the Virginia Student Environmental Coalition, an organization working to empower and activate students from campuses across the state to fight for climate justice in Virginia.

     

  • 01:29

    "Table Talk" Study Hour - Episode 55

    in Education

    NOTE: This Episode 55 brings us almost to the end of the conversations recorded in Table Talk. Next week will be our concluding program, when Ray and I will give our personal views of its authenticiy, meaning and value -- after which we will take phone calls from listeners. If you want to weigh in, be sure to listen to the live show next week, April 23 at 7pm Central (8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific) here at Blogtalk. See you tonight and see you then.


    Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the June 17, 1943 - May 16, 1944 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:



    Fear of the unknown - Great battleships no longer useful;
    Long discussion of Berlin compared to Vienna, Munich and Linz - Interests of the Reich are paramount;
    Finding film actors among the Arbeitsdienst - Art critics can be disregarded for the most part;
    Hitler's first sight of the Rhine on way to Western Front in 1914 - Getting away from the crowds that always followed him - the beauties of Austria and Bohemia-Moravia;
    Falure of German state to found a German National Church independent of Rome - The power of the Church to extract obedience;
    Differences between research and instuction - Research should be completely unrestricted - German philosophers above British, French and American - Kant and Schopenhauer;
    Hitler argues with leading economist Zwiedineck - After taking power, Hitler's 'theories' became sound economy.


    The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.