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  • 00:27

    Valentine's Day Here at SBS

    in Entertainment

    Things get real.

  • The RestoreAustralia radio show, Hosted by Mike Holt, RestoreAustralia

    in Politics

    Mike Holt hosts the RestoreAustralia radio show. He is the CEO of RestoreAustralia, a political activist group dedicated to Constitutional change so that We the People can determine our future. Mike is also a strong opponent of the islamization of the west by islam. Listen in to hear him discuss issues of the day and suggest both activities and political solutions we can implement to solve the many problems we face.


    Our good friend Kim Vuga will be our guest talking about her experiences on the SBS Go Back to where you Came From, and their attempt to get Zaky Mallah his own show with Kim.


     


     

  • 00:16

    Shabby Lane Shops - Tea Time - SBS Teas

    in Women

    Barbara of SBS Teas will be our very special guest.  She will share with us her many years of Tea Expertise.
    You can find many of Barbara's articles in our magazine and many of her Tea Time Recipes in our Recipe Book.  Click to order your copy today!
     
      Shabby Lane Shops is a wonderful newsstand magazine, online community of women and men sharing their knowledge and expertise.  Topics covered are similar to the topics in our magazine:  gardening, baking, tea time etiquette, fun craft projects, antiquing & flea market junking, decorating with vintage and cottage style!  Tune in to meet and visit with many of our magazine contributors.  The Show is hosted by Catherine Monceaux, creator of Shabby Lane Shops, web designer & publisher of Shabby Lane Shops very own newsstand magazine and a work from home mother of 2 little boys.  Visit us online Shabbylaneshops.com

  • 01:00

    Windows 7 and SBS 2008

    in Technology

    Chris Avis of Microsoft will be giving an update on Windows 7 and Small Business Server (SBS) 2008. Many small business customers and corporations are planning the transition now and in 2010.

    Listen in or participate via chat or call in and find what's happening from experts who are preparing deployments how best to prepare the transition.

  • 00:49

    RestoreAustralia Radio Show

    in Politics

    Mike Holt hosts the RestoreAustralia radio show. He is the CEO of RestoreAustralia, a political activist group dedicated to Constitutional change so that We the People can determine our future. Mike is also a strong opponent of the islamization of the west by islam. Listen in to hear him discuss issues of the day and suggest ways we can solve the many problems we face.


    My special guest this week is Kim Vuga who led the protest against the Islamic School at Mareeba, north Queensland and won! Kim is also featured in an upcoming SBS documentary, "Go back where you came from"

  • 00:08

    Thursday SBS

    in Entertainment

    Thursdays here at Splash Bro Show.

  • 01:06

    The RotoExperts Fantasy Sports Show

    in Sports

    The RotoExperts.com Fantasy Sports Show airs 5 times a week and also appears on The Fantasy Sports Television Network. Hosted by RotoExperts.com Staff Writer Chris Mitchell @CJMitch73 and Co-Hosted by @GeorgeKurtz, Brandon C Williams @BCWilliams71, Ian Riley @Ian_Riley, Kyle Soppe @unsoppable23, Daniel Dobish @DanielEDobish , Bobby McMann @HelloImBobby, Ricky Sanders @RSandersRX, Lenny Melnick @lennyMelnick, Adam Ronis @AdamRonis, and Jennifer Millman @JMillmanRX.  


    We discuss everything in Fantasy sports with analysts from all over the spectrum of the Fantasy sports industry. 


    Host: Chris Mitchell @CJMitch73


    Guests: @GeorgeKurtz


    Tuesday April 7th, 2015


    Topics on the Agenda


    Fantasy Baseball


    - 2015 Season Position and Category Predictions


    - Over/Under 2014 vs 2015: HRs/SBs/Wins/Ks/Saves 


    - Draft Season Analysis


       -- Over and Under Drafted

  • 01:01

    The Vaccine Agenda Internet Radio Show

    in Health

    Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D and Acupuncture Physician Robbie Murdock as they discuss the relationship between vaccines and shaken baby syndrome (SBS), including the Alan Yurko case in which a father was exonerated after spending time in jail for having allegedly shaken his baby to death, when the actual cause of death was vaccines and medical malpractice. In the second half of the show, Attorney Phillips provides updates on the national vaccine legislative crisis, including discussions of his legal analsyses revealing Constitutional problems with some of the vaccine bills currently pending in state legislatures around the U.S. Email Attorney Phillips with your vaccine rights questions at attorney@vaccinerights.com, find vaccine medical studies revealing problems with vaccines at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.

  • 01:00

    Andrew Jenkins Toronto based Social Selling and Social Media Expert

    in Social Networking

    Andrew Jenkins is a Toronto based Social Selling and Social Media Expert.


    I was introduced to Andrew by Peter Goral, VP Business Development at TechBlocks, a Toronto based Technology Consultant.


    Andrew Jenkins’ entrepreneurial adventures began when he launched an e-commerce company selling apparel in 1995 B.G. (before Google) and before credit card transactions over the Internet were commonplace.


    Since then he has spent the last nearly twenty years working in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) spanning social media, wireless, and e-business.


    He has provided social media strategy and social selling services to numerous mid to large enterprises. His past experience includes consulting to Royal Bank of Canada as Head of Social Media Strategy. 


    Before his work in technology, he was active in the film and television industry. In addition to working on a variety of commercials and television projects, he also produced a film exhibited at TIFF as well as internationally at the Sydney and Melbourne Film Festivals. The film was also broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK and SBS-TV in Australia.


    Andrew helps companies avoid the ups and downs of social media campaigns and broadcast marketing by focusing on the “operationalization” of social media and social selling and the ongoing efforts required to turn an organization into a social enterprise.


    http://www.tom2tall.com/Andrew-Jenkins.html

  • 00:24

    Holly Stephey & Jesse Fink, New Book, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

    in Entertainment

    Jesse Fink was born in London in 1973 and raised and educated in Australia. He worked for five years as a senior editor of non-fiction for HarperCollins Publishers Australia, then branched out into print journalism. As deputy editor of Inside Sport magazine, he was nominated for Coverage of Sport in the 2003 Walkley Awards, Australia’s version of the Pulitzers. In 2007 he wrote his first book, 15 Days in June: How Australia Became a Football Nation, and took his “Half-Time Orange” soccer column from Fox Sports Australia to the SBS TV network. He would go on to become Australia’s leading online soccer writer and also produced columns for outlets throughout South-East Asia. In 2012 he released his second book, an acclaimed sex and divorce memoir titled Laid Bare: One Man’s Story of Sex, Love and Other Disorders, which was published by Hachette Australia. His third book, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC, was published in November 2013 by Random House Australia and broke a story that had been untold for nearly 40 years: that the band had come close to sacking Bon Scott. The story was picked up by media outlets around the world. AC/DC bassist Mark Evans hailed The Youngs as “the best book I’ve ever read about AC/DC”. The Youngs was published by St Martin’s Press in USA/Canada in August 2014 and will be published on October 16 by Black & White Publishing in the United Kingdom. Editions will be released in 2015 by Paidós in Argentina; Hannibal Verlag in Germany, Austria and Switzerland; People’sPress in Denmark; Dereta in Serbia; and Editora Gutenberg in Brazil. Fink is an ambassador for beyondblue, Australia’s national depression and anxiety initiative. Currently he writes sex and relationships features/columns for Australia’s most read weekend magazine, Sunday Style.

  • Holly Stephey & Jesse Fink, New Book, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

    in Entertainment

    Jesse Fink was born in London in 1973 and raised and educated in Australia. He worked for five years as a senior editor of non-fiction for HarperCollins Publishers Australia, then branched out into print journalism. As deputy editor of Inside Sport magazine, he was nominated for Coverage of Sport in the 2003 Walkley Awards, Australia’s version of the Pulitzers. In 2007 he wrote his first book, 15 Days in June: How Australia Became a Football Nation, and took his “Half-Time Orange” soccer column from Fox Sports Australia to the SBS TV network. He would go on to become Australia’s leading online soccer writer and also produced columns for outlets throughout South-East Asia. In 2012 he released his second book, an acclaimed sex and divorce memoir titled Laid Bare: One Man’s Story of Sex, Love and Other Disorders, which was published by Hachette Australia. His third book, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC, was published in November 2013 by Random House Australia and broke a story that had been untold for nearly 40 years: that the band had come close to sacking Bon Scott. The story was picked up by media outlets around the world. AC/DC bassist Mark Evans hailed The Youngs as “the best book I’ve ever read about AC/DC”. The Youngs was published by St Martin’s Press in USA/Canada in August 2014 and will be published on October 16 by Black & White Publishing in the United Kingdom. Editions will be released in 2015 by Paidós in Argentina; Hannibal Verlag in Germany, Austria and Switzerland; People’sPress in Denmark; Dereta in Serbia; and Editora Gutenberg in Brazil. Fink is an ambassador for beyondblue, Australia’s national depression and anxiety initiative. Currently he writes sex and relationships features/columns for Australia’s most read weekend magazine, Sunday Style.