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  • 01:00

    Re-fresh Radio with HOST Pastor Regina Johnson

    in Podcasting

    Pastor Regina Johnson does an excellent job interviewing and giving testimonials about life. Pastor Johnson now with two campuses brings fellowship, the word, and great conversation with her guest and the live audience. 

  • 01:01

    Sapphire J Blue Sunday with Shaun Sinclair: Chat about his book Shaun Sinclair

    in Radio

    Fresh out the federal pen after serving a bid for armed robbery, Anthony Padmore is whisked to the beautiful island of Anguilla as a reward for keeping his mouth shut. His adoptive brothers have prepared a week of celebration fit for King Solomon himself, but while frolicking on the beach, basking in his newfound freedom, he runs into the stunning Soldada Andrews… 
    Soldada Andrews is fresh out of Law School with an exciting position as an Assistant District Attorney. She has treated herself with a trip to Anguilla to celebrate her achievement. While walking on the beach, she runs into the mesmerizing Anthony Padmore. Her attraction to him is immediate, but she senses something lurking beneath the surface that suggests he would be better off left alone. However, he is too irresistible, so she opts to engage in an island fling. Unfortunately, a passion-filled night boils over into a morning filled with unexpectant emotions and a list of questions better left unanswered, as it is revealed they reside in the same city. 
    Back in the States, Soldada and Anthony discover their lives are inextricably entwined, for her first assignment as an Assistant District Attorney is to bring down Anthony and the whole Padmore clan. The Padmores, led by the sinister, charismatic, Roland Padmore, are involved in high-level, white-collar crime where extortion, racketeering, and murder are the rules of business. Soon, Anthony and Soldada must answer some tough questions, foremost: What to do when you find yourself in a situation where betrayal is the only remedy for survival? 
    Forbidden is the first installment in Gangsterotica, an exciting new series of explosive novels from underground sensation, Shaun Sinclair. Gangsterotica tells the story of what goes on when the unspoken code of street life clashes head-on with love and adversity. What happens next? You’ll only find the answer in Forbidden!


     

  • 01:02

    A NATION IMPRISONED , HOST JAKE JOHNSON

    in Christianity

    A RADIO  MENTORING PROGRAM , JAKE SAYS; IF YOU HAVE A SITUATION THAT IS NOT BECOMING TO U, THEN U SHOULD BE COMING TO ME

  • 00:12

    Dr. Wayne Anders Who Are You?

    in Spirituality

    Tune in Tuesday morning at 10:00 AM and listen to Let Go Let God Ministry and hear a Great Message on Who Are You!  Do you really know who you are in Jesus Christ?  Some people think they know, but they are still out there in Left Field.!!

  • 00:36

    A Caper at Camden Yards

    in Politics

    Unlike Ferguson, a small suburb of St Louis, Baltimore is a city of more than 600,000 people. The city is about two-thirds African-American.Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the African-American mayor of Baltimore, called the rioting "heart breaking" but said there was no excuse for violence, whatever the community frustrations over Mr Gray's death. The Telegraph
    A National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, known as the Kerner Commission after its chair, Governor Otto Kerner, Jr. of Illinois, was an 11-member commission established by President Lyndon B. Johnson to investigate the causes of the 1967 race riots in the United States and to provide recommendations for the future.
    The Kerner Commission report's most famous passage warned, "Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white—separate and unequal."

  • 00:36

    BrandnewSpiritualAwakeningcourse4272015

    in Religion

    The Chief International Ambassado

  • 01:05

    Next Level Radio

    in Christianity

    Join us for a throw back episode with the Niacom gang!

  • 00:54

    PWTR | WWE RAW 4/27/15 Review

    in Wrestling

    Pro Wrestling Talk Radio (also known as PWTR) is an internet radio podcast founded in March, 2009. The format of PWTR is a panel of wrestling fans discussing the hottest topics in the world of wrestling in an entertaining (and sometimes controversial) fashion.


    In addition to an in-depth roundtable discussion, other segments include taking calls and questions from listeners, and interviews with wrestling personalities (including such headline-making interviews with Joey Ryan, Tough Enough winner Andy Levine, former WWE Superstar Chris Masters , 2010 Miss USA Rima Fakih, and 3x World Champion Diamond Dallas Page).


    After a stint on YouTube for the latter-half of 2014, the webcast version was rebranded with PWTR returning to its podcast roots and becoming a separate entity. Following the departures of longtime hosts Jay and Charlie from the hosting panel, PWTR was re-launched in January, 2015. The new PWTR panel consists of David Tyson, Duke Maverick, and Manny Johnson. 

  • 00:19

    Ifbb Pro Shaun Grimez-Garcia joins the show!

    in Fitness

    The Catz Lair is pleased to welcome Ifbb Pro Mr. Shaun Grimez-Garcia!

  • 00:43

    Georgia Wrestling Now with Brian Myers (aka Curt Hawkins)

    in Wrestling

    On this week's Georgia Wrestling Now, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams, The Jagged Edge and John "The Body" Johnson talk to Brian Myers, better known to most wrestling fans as Curt Hawkins. We discuss his WWE training at Georgia's Deep South Wrestling, his upcoming match at Southern Fried Championship Wrestling and more. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST. 

  • 01:01

    Equal Rights...Equal Fights!

    in Pop Culture

    DAMN! This Should Be Interesting....


    Recent news of Brittney Griner and her fiance and fellow WNBA player, Glory Johnson's domestic dispute and arrest, has every one spewing their feelings!  Should they be punished just as harshly as the male players who have been in their  position?  Is there a difference because it was a same sex domestice dispute?  Should their careers be affected?  What do you think? Call in @ 7pm...let us know how you feel about it!!