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On this episode of Entertainment Zone Radio, host Alex Cardinale and Co-host Mr. William T. will be paying tribute to the late great Robin Williams who we lost earlier this month to suicide. Robin Williams was loved by many and his loss is felt all around the world. Join us as we pay tribute to the life and career of Robin Williams!
Topics for this show include: a discussion on the life and career of Robin Williams, we will discuss the movies Robin WIlliams has starred in, our favorite movies, our favorite quotes from Robin Williams, and then we will talk about depression in which Robin suffered from.
You can call in LIVE at 347-637-2249 dial 1 to discuss what you liked best about Robin Williams, your favorite Robin Williams movie or movies, or to give your condelenses to Robin Williams.
** NOTE THE SONG THAT IS DEDICATED TO ROBIN WILLIAMS IS FROM MUSIC ARTIST GAIL CARSON!
GAIL CARSON WILL BE ON ENTERTAINMENT ZONE RADIO NEXT FRIDAY!
ENTERTAINMENT ZONE RADIO SAYS R.I.P. TO ROBIN WILLIAMS!
We've all heard by now of the tragic passing of one of the greatest, funniest, most talented artists to grace our lives, Robin Williams. This week we'll pay tribute to a great man. A man who made me personally, laugh so hard that I cried. Legendary rolls like The Fisher King, Dead Poet Society, Good Will Hunting and Mrs. Doubtfire just to name a few. He's life ended much too for his friends and family, for all of us.
Join in on the conversation this week. Either in the chat room, or calling in (347)637-1771. As we pay tribute to one of the greats....Robin Williams. This week. On-Air".
Although it's everywhere, we'll be talking about the biggest story in the United States the last few days, the untimely passing of Robin Williams and how we move forward from here. There are so many thoughts and opinions and today we'll be talking about a few of them. Hope you'll join us live or will listen to archive at your convenience.
Today the world lost an icon. A man who made us laugh for more than four decades. We lost him to an apparent suicide. The actor reported to have been battling severe depression. Tonight will be an ode to the amazing man who made us laugh, cry, and stole our hearts. Please join Candi and company as we relive our favorite Robin Williams moments.
Millions were shocked to hear of Robin Williams' passing on Monday, Aug. 11, 2014 and mourn the comedic genius. As a huge fan of his, I wanted to take a look at his incredible career and remember the good times, as well as how many he touched with his talents.
We'll also take a look at the debilitating affliction of depression and give you the tools for how to spot someone with this horrible disease.
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Tonight we will be discussing Robin Williams and the impact he had on all of us, along with discussing Mental Health issues and the stigma that surrounds it.
Here is the statement from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention about the loss of Robin Williams to depression:
"We are deeply saddened by the death of Robin Williams. When many media reports focus on the issue of suicide, it can often bring up painful memories for suicide loss survivors. Please remember to take care of yourself and your loved ones in the coming days. If you or someone you know is struggling please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)"
Robin Williams was a master at the spontaneous riff. He could just take a topic and go off on several different tangents, making them funnier and funnier as the ideas came to him literally on the spot. In this short chat from 2002 for the film Insomnia, he was in a really healthy and happy place. I have interviewed him over the years since 1982 and he never ceased to amaze and entertain me.
He talks about turning 50, but of course in the way that only Robin Williams can, his return to stand-up after 15 years, and the future of his own Cabarnet wine Chateau Pimm named for his son's middle name, which he loftily gives out to family and friends.
The artistry and comedy of Robin Williams will forever be missed, but never forgotten.
What can we learn from the death of Robin Williams? Today I'm interviewing Dr. Chas Gant from the National Integrated Health Associates in Washington, DC. We're going to talk about depression - what it is, what causes it and how to reverse it.
Dr. Gant will explain exactly what is going on in the brain and body that leads to depression, including certain biochemical imbalances and nutritional deficiencies.
He'll also answer the questions:
How is Depression related to Substance Abuse/Addictions? How is Depression related to Fatigue? How is Depression related to Anxiety? and, Where would you suggest a person get help for Depression?
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