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  • 00:30

    The Pennsylvania Justice Project - Did Tim McEnany Get a Fair Trial?

    in Legal

    It has been about 2 years now, since I began to research and review the facts in the Timothy McEnany case — one of the worst miscarriages of justice in PA history, in my opinion. 

    McEnany was accused of murdering a Hummelstown woman in March, 1993; and despite mishandling and tampering at the crime scene by the victim’s family, gross errors and misrepresentations of so-called “expert witnesses”, and a litany of inconsistencies longer than your arm, McEnany was tried and found guilty of the crime he didn’t commit.

    In this episode, we'll talk about the suspicious chain of events during and following Timothy McEnany's trial for the murder of Katherine Bishop, and we'll ask why the most likely suspect in the case was completely ignored. 

  • 01:58

    Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio Presents: Jimmy Hayes of Pennsylvania

    in Paranormal

    In continuing the North American Sasquatch Researcher series, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio brings you a very special guest, Jimmy Hayes from Pennsylvania. Jimmy is a 42 year old from Philadelphia who owns his own landscaping business. He is an outdoorsman who plays hockey and rides dirtbikes when he can. Jimmy became interested in Bigfoot about 5 years ago eventhough growing up he never thought about them. He saw advertisements for the Finding Bigfoot show and became curious, setting out to see if he could see one. He did, a sighting that lasted for nearly five minutes, Join us tonight as we interview Jimmy and find out about the Sasquatch in Pennsylvania..

  • 00:31

    The Pennsylvania Justice Project - Rewards & Promotions for the Corrupt?

    in Legal

    After hearing about the gross negligence, mishandling and possible manufacturing of evidence against Timothy McEnany, in the Katherine Bishop murder trial, we're going to explore the curious way in which those who went along with (and turned blind eyes toward) these obvious issues and red flags appear to have been quickly rewarded for their roles in the case. 

    And we'll spotlight one of the most corrupt players in the case, who went on to become a sheriff, recently asked to step-down in scandal, due to misconduct.

    Anyone listening to these "coincidences" is bound to agree that we need someone in authority to take a new look at this case, so that an innocent man can be set free (and Mrs. Bishop's real killer can hopefully be apprehended and tried, like he should have been questioned at the time of the crime.)

  • 01:01

    Meet the founders of the Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent!

    in Health

    Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips and Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent (PCIC) founders Charmaine Rusin and Alison Mullins as they discuss the founding of PCIC, success with a recent PA resolution regarding influenza vaccines, tactics and strategies for success at the state legislative level, and more!

  • Traveling Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania beyond the steel industry

    in Travel

    The famous biographer, James Parton, once referred to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as "Hell with the lid off", but today the city is vibrant, colorful and celebrated.

    The Senator John Heinz History Center traces its roots back to 1879, making it the oldest cultural institution in Western Pennsylvania. The museum and research facility presents over 250 years of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania life and it’s quest for storytelling is supported by the affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution.  On a recent visit to Pittsburgh we sat down with Brady Smith from the History Center, who shared how Western Pennsylvania helped author some of America’s most compelling historical stories.

    Pittsburgh was a main destination of the African-American Great Migration and that southern exodushern exodus produced a cultural mecca in the Hill District. The community inspired playwrights, musicians and Hollywood as it was the setting for the television series “Hill Street bBues”.   Marimba Milliones from the Hill Community Development Corporation tells us that remnants of the Hill District’s cultural mosaic during it’s hey-days from 1920 to the 1940s, can be seen today in landmarks that once housed synagogues and other places of worship, and in the architecture of some of the historic structures that accent the community. 

    Built in 1907 along the Monongahela River, Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 still stand tall and they offer a rare look into early 19th century iron-making technology. Since the collapse of Pittsburgh’s steel industry in the 1980s, the Carrie Furnaces remain the only non-operative blast furnaces in the area.  

  • 01:01

    Epilepsy Awareness Month with EFEPA

    in Culture

    November is Epilepsy Awareness Month and this week we are joined by Mary Loughlin, Northeast Resource Coordinator, and Daniel Dougherty, Patient Educator, with Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania (EFEPA). We'll talk about living with epilepsy, available services, and the work of EFEPA. 

    Mary Loughlin started to volunteer for the Epilepsy Foundation Eastern PA in 2000 while actively looking for help & resources for her son, Michael, who had just been diagnosed with epilepsy. Retiring after 32 years with Verizon as a Technician she stepped up her volunteer time and eventually became the Wyoming Valley Coordinator in 2004.

    Dan Dougherty resides in Glenside, and is a graduate of Cheltenham High School in Wyncote. He has lived with epilepsy for more than 30 years. Dan is a volunteer Epilepsy Advocate with the Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern PA. Dan has honed his public speaking skills through being an active member of Toastmasters, and was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow in 2014, by the Glenside Rotary for his work in epilepsy awareness.

    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you Fridays at 12:00 pm EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families. 

    Visit PA Disability News to stay up to date on news and events of interest to the PA disability community. Thanks for listening!

  • 00:29

    The Influence of the Digital Environment on Decision-making in Procurement

    in Business

    Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes two guests from Wake Forest University: Dr. Jim Narus and Dr. Michelle Steward. They have been conducting research into the role of social media in procurement since this summer and have some results to share with us.

    Dr. Jim Narus serves as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Business Markets at Pennsylvania State University. He is co-author of the management practice book, "Value Merchants", the textbook, "Business Market Management: Understanding, Creating, and Delivering Value", and the author of the book, "Connect with Your Suppliers: A Wholesaler-Distributor's Guide to Electronic Communications Systems". Professor Narus not only is involved in a variety of international marketing research projects but also regularly teaches abroad. He has worked as a marketing professor at Wake Forest University since January 1988.

    Dr. Michelle Steward is an Associate Professor at the School of Business at Wake Forest University. Her research interests center on issues involving role management and the coordination of internal working relationships, and how each drive superior performance in business-to-business markets. She also examines comparisons of normative expectations and customer satisfaction measurement in business markets and the interrelationships among salespeople, supply managers and their internal customers.

  • 00:46

    America's Classical Music Jazz

    in Music

    Many great jazz saxophonist have lived in Pennsylvania.  This evening, I am interviewing and sharing the music of jazz saxophonist Tim Warfield, Jr., a native of York, Pennsylvania.   Tim was awarded several awards. In 1999, he was awarded, Talent Deserving Wider Recognition, in DownBeat Magazines 49th Annual Jazz Critics poll. In August of 2011, he was recognized in the listing of Rising Star Tenor saxophonists, in the Downbeat Magazine Critics Poll. On November 7, 2015, The Clef Club of Jazz and the Performing Arts, recognized Tim, as Tenor saxophonist of the Year, at their annual Clef Club Jazz Awards, in Philadelphia. He has appeared on several GRAMMY-nominated recordings on the  Stefon Harris CD, The Grand Unification Theory, as well as Dear Louis and Sonic Trance, both under the leadership of trumpeter and New Orleans native, Nicholas Payton. Tim has performed with the following  musicians:  Donald Byrd, Michelle Rosewoman, Marcus Miller, Christian McBride, Dizzy Gillespie, Johnny Coles, Isaac Hayes, Peter Nero, Shirley Scott, Jimmy Smith, Billy Paul, Kenny Barron, Charles Fambrough, Terell Stafford, Papa John Defrancesco, Joey Defrancesco, Trudy Pitts, just to name a few.  Not only does Tim record and perform regularly, he also is an artist in residence at Messiah College in Pennsylvania, and an adjunct faculty member at Temple University.  Join us at Jazz Notes where we strive to keep jazz alive!


  • 00:46

    Comedian Actor Bob Greenberg with Carmen Amoros: The Interview

    in Comedy

    BOB GREENBERG (Comedian & Actor)
    Recently He is touring as "Morty" in OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES: Penn's Landing Playhouse, Philadelphia, Gordon Center for the Performing Arts in Owings Mills, MD, & Trinity Rep-Chace Theater in Providence, RI, the Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, Pennsylvania and now at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

    Bob Also produces, hosts and does Stand-Up in the annual Actors' Temple Comedy Benefit.
    Stand-Up credits include The Friars Club, Stand-Up NY and Broadway Comedy Club.
    Recently toured with OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES in Philly, Maryland, and Providence, RI.
    Recent NY Plays include The Diorama (Off-Broadway), A Modest Suggestion (Off-Broadway) and The Jazz Singer (Off-Off). Films include Dark Corner (Short), The Tailor (Short), Glow Ropes, Heartbreak Hospital, Big Money Hu$tla$ and Maid In Manhattan. TV includes SNL with host Jim Carrey, Lights Out, Next Best Thing, Letterman, Conan, Primetime Live and Law & Order. Regional Theatre: The Odd Couple, Harvey and Running In The Red. On Broadway he hosted The 39 Steps Talkback Tuesdays.

    Links:  Bob on Facebook:  Search "Comedian Bob Greenberg"

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  • 01:30


    in Motivation

    Another Man’s War

    The Sam Childers Story

    Machine Gun Preacher Sam Childers grew up in the hills of Pennsylvania. His parents were decent, honest people but at an early age Sam started to show a knack for getting into trouble. His father, a former marine, grew fond of saying “Boy, somebody’s gonna kill you one of these days!”


    A Troubled Teen

    By his early teens Sam was constantly in fist fights, selling hard drugs and sleeping with married women. He continued to slide deeper into a life of violence and crime until he became a Shotgunner – an armed guard for drug dealers. It was during this stage of his life that he met Lynn, a stripper, who would later become his wife.

    Unlearning a Life of Crime

    Sam, haunted by his father’s words, became increasingly concerned that he was going to be killed because of drugs and slowly began to distance himself from his former life. He found a job in construction and prospered despite his continuing drug and alcohol habit. Lynn, meanwhile, returned to the Church she had forsaken as a young adult.

    A Changed Man

    Sam also sought to re-establish his relationship with God and began to live a clean life. Slowly, things began to change for the better. Lynn gave birth to a healthy baby girl and Sam started his own construction business. Little did they know that their greatest challenge was just around the corner.



  • 01:11

    Episode 45_ The Black experience on the campus of elite Ivy League Universities

    in Politics

    Describing the Black experience on the campus of Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania—what's it like being on the campus of an elite Ivy League school?

    Real Talk Radio is proud to share the mic with Rashana Shabazz and Lucy Dawson this Wednesday Nov. 25 from 7pm–8pm.

    As they share with us the True Story of Blacks in Elite Prep Schools and Affluent Suburban Public Schools.... the challenges, the joys and the victories.