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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".

  • 02:03

    Back Talk With Sharona - Show Us Your Price Tag

    in Entertainment

    Join Sharona and guests Claire Mullins of NFL Female, Vashti Hurt of Carolina Blitz, and freelance journalist Jennifer Eakins as they talk about sports, the Houston Texans, Carolina Panthers, Tennessee versus Georgia, Katie Nolan and appropiation and domestic violence and being a woman in sports and today's society. Holla at ya girl. Live Monday 10 a.m. to Noon CDT.

  • 01:01

    Wednesday Night Musical Osmosis: Odell Norman

    in Music

    Musical Osmosis is back with a brand new format and a brand new co-host. So join Nick "The Saucey One" Katsouros from Even Steven and Ignorance Equation Radio and his brand new co-host Odell Norman from Onus and The Fallen One, as they talk music and culture every other Wednesday Night at 8PM EST.

    And keep a watchful eye on our Facebook page for news and show updates at Musical Osmosis.

  • 01:44

    The Don S. McClure Show Live- Becoming a Self Published Author The Pros & Cons

    in Lifestyle

    The Don S. McClure Show Live- Becoming a Self Published Author The Pros & Cons

    Why is so many new Authors find it hard to get good information and directions?

    To Nights Topic: Advice from Renowned American Author Don S. McClure

     The Pros and Cons of Self Publishing.

    So you want to write a book?

    Do we really understand what it means to self-publish?

    Are we being taken advantage of as new authors because we don’t know where to start or what to do?

    Why do I want to write a book in the first place?

    Do I have the desire to become an author?

    Or do I just want to write a book.

    How much should I pay and what should I expect as a self-published author.

    Featured Sound Track: Norman Connors & Phyllis Hyman - Betcha By Golly Wow and a special bonus

    Phyllis Hyman Old Friend


  • The Rolling Darkness Revue joins Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!

    in Books

    EACH HALLOWEEN SEASON for the past ten years the Rolling Darkness Revue, a traveling fraternity of some of horror fiction’s premier talents, has presented an evening of new supernatural stories in celebration of the genre’s favorite holiday. A full theatrical experience which incorporates comedy, drama, and live music to illuminate and enhance the Halloween tradition of ghost story readings, the Revue was founded by Peter Atkins, Dennis Etchison, and Glen Hirshberg in 2004 and has been curated by Atkins & Hirshberg since 2006. The Revue began performing in bookstores, libraries, and parking lots, making the move to small theatres in 2009 as the show grew in nature (and audience). As well as becoming an October ritual for fans and readers, RDR has received glowing notices from, among others, the Los Angeles Times and National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition. Stories which have premiered at the Revue have many times been selected for inclusion in annual ‘Year’s Best’ anthologies from such noted editors as Ellen Datlow, Stephen Jones, and Paula Guran, and guest authors over the life of the show have included such genre and mainstream notables as Norman Partridge, Nancy Holder, Aimee Bender, Michael Blumlein, and Kim Newman. From the beginning, live music has been provided by the noted local ambient musicians Jonas Yip & Rex Flowers and, since 2009, acclaimed local actor Kevin Gregg has become an invaluable part of the cast. PETER ATKINS: Author of Morningstar, Big Thunder, Rumours of the Marvellous, and the movies Wishmaster and Hellraiser II-IV. “Atkins is a brilliant supplier of shudders and splendors” – Clive Barker. GLEN HIRSHBERG: Award-winning author of The Two Sams, American Morons, and Motherless Child. “A writer to watch and treasure” – Peter Straub. 

    This is copyrighted, trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

  • 00:30

    Interview with Ben Klick

    in Country Music

    British Columbia Country artist Ben Klick has just released his new EP called Today. The project was produced by RyLee Madison and Clay Krasner of 7-17 Music.

    Ben is a writer on 5 of the 6 tracks. He's been nominated for the following 5 awards at the BCCMAs later in October:

    Gaylord Wood Traditional Country Award

    Country Club Act of the Year

    Mike Norman All Star Band Award – Guitar

    Ray McAuley Horizon Award

    Website of the Year Award

    Ben joins me on the show to talk about the new EP, his musical influences, songwriitng & much more!





  • 01:55

    Podcast #67: "The Price" review, Operation Storybrooke + news roundup

    in Television

    Join hosts Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson during their review of Once Upon A Time's episode "The Price," written by Andrew Chamblis & Dana Horgan/

    Ashley will also discuss her experience with the Once Upon A Fan event Operation Storybrooke in Steveston, BC.

  • 01:22

    Bunny Sigler - Latest Release "Bundino"

    in Music

    Around 1970, Gamble Huff Productions became Philadelphia International Records. When Eugene Dozier left the label, Sigler inherited his office. Sigler's songwriting break came when a tune he co-wrote with Phil Hurtt, "(You Are My) Sunshine", was released as a followup single to the O'Jays' million selling 'Back Stabbers'. Other Sigler/Hurtt tunes included on the 'Back Stabbers' album were "When The World Is At Peace" and "Who Am I". The O'Jays' followup album, 'Ship Ahoy', had Sigler's first solo written song, "You Got Your Hooks In Me", and the Sigler/Gamble tune "Don't You Call Me Brother".

    In 1978, Sigler, bringing along Instant Funk, switched to Goldmind, a label started by MFSB guitarist Norman Harris and distributed by Salsoul Records. With his first release for the label, Sigler scored a Top Ten R&B single with "Let Me Party With You (Party, Party, Party)". The album of the same name was a smash in disco clubs. When Goldmind folded, all of its acts were transferred to Salsoul. About a year after its release and thanks to a Larry Levan remix, "I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl)", went on to be Instant Funk's breakthrough hit (number one R&B). Both that single and the 'Instant Funk' album went gold.

    He is a four-time Grammy award winner and we are honored to have him back with us to talk about his latest release "Bundino" and his future projects.

    Join host Tania-Maria and co-host Clay Corley, the creator/host of Spotlight on Jazz and Poetry and a Philly native. Clay has been a long time member and supporter of ColoredPeople.net

    Colored People® - A private multicultural artistic network. We are people of all races, nationalities and faith whose talents bring color to our world. Sponsored by: ZealForLifeProducts.com



  • 01:02

    NFL Draft Insiders Radio Show

    in Football

    Oren Shiri of The Inscriber Mag and head of NFL Draft Insiders  joins Chris Ransom of Draft Utopia for another addition of NFL Draft Insiders Radio Show Friday Night.  Our radio features loads of NFL and college football resources including, but not limited to NFL draft, NFL basics, NFL history, NFL prospects, positional rankings, team ranking, fantasy, team needs, and more!

    So if your one of the million draft nuts out there or just an NFL fan, who want to know more about what happening to your favorite team or player. Join us Friday night at 8:30pm EST. All our information is direct insight from fan, scouts and NFL draft analyst alike. Like us on Facebook at NFL Draft Insiders

  • 02:02

    GTL - Coaches Corner plus Director of Golf - Kevin Smeltz & Dr. Robert Neal

    in Golf

    Welcome to Golf Talk Live!

    This week I'm joined by Pete Buchanan for a special Coaches Corner.

    Pete Buchanan - Founder/Director of Instruction and owner of Plane Simple Golf, LLC which houses Plane Simple Golf Circuit and the Simple Swing Repeater Training Brace. Teaching over the past 30 years, Pete has been simplifying his golf swing philosophy in an effort to make it simple for players to play the game.

    Later I interview - Kevin Smeltz & Dr. Robert Neal.

    Kevin Smeltz – Director of Golf at Bishop's Gate Golf Academy

    Here's a little about Kevin: Kevin has worked with some of the best in the game including Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Ernie Els, and Greg Norman, just to name a few. Although he still works with several professional tour players, Kevin has a passion for training and developing junior golfers.

    Dr. Robert Neal - Director of Golf BioDynamics.

    A little about Rob: Director of Golf BioDynamics, Rob developed a strategic alliance with Jim McLean in 2003. His company now provides expert biomechanical services to all of the Jim McLean Golf Schools. Rob is based at The Jim McLean Golf School, Miami Florida during the winter - providing the 3D Swing Analysis technology alongside the expert golf instruction.

    Golf Talk Live is available at iTunes.com & Stitcher.com

    Join us "LIVE" Thursday at 6PM CST right here on Golf Talk Live!

  • 02:00

    "Theology Matters" with the Pellews: A Dialog on Purgatory

    in Christianity

    Join Devin & Melissa Pellew weekly as they discuss topics related to biblical theology, Christian apologetics and worldview issues. This week, we will begin our month long dialog on topics related to the Protestant Reformation in light of Reformation Month. This week's discussion will feature a friendly dialog between a Roman Catholic scholar and a Protestant scholar on the topic of Purgatory. 

    Representing the Roman Catholic view on this topic will be Doug Beaumont. Doug earned an M.A. in Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary where he served as assistant to Norman Geisler and taught Bible and Religion for ten years before converting to Catholicism. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Theology at North-West University and is the author of "The Message Behind the Movie", and has contributed to "The Apologetics Study Bible for Students" (B&H, 2010), "Got Questions?", and has published articles in "The Christian Apologetics Journal." He also has a blog called Soul Device where he writes on theology, philosophy, apologetics, and other topics. He and wife, Elaine, reside in the Charlotte metro area with their three children.

    Representing the Protestant view will be Tony Arsenal. Tony is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Society, where he earned a Master of Arts in Church History, Master of Arts in Theology, and was awarded the Baker Award for Excellence in Theological Studies. He has presented papers with the Gordon-Conwell Theology Forum, the Evangelical Theology Studies, and has a forthcoming book review in the Africanus Journal. He currently lives in Canaan, New Hampshire with his wife Lee, where he teaches Systematic Theology at his local church and blogs at ReformedArsenal.com.

    This is going to be an engaging discussion that you do not want to miss!