• 02:06

    Special Program - Xenophobia in South Africa

    in News

    The images from South Africa, have been painful. ZBTR hosts a special program to discuss the crisis. 

  • 02:34

    Religion Means Alive: Open Forum on Charleston, SC

    in Religion

    Today on Religion Means Alive we want to hear what you have to say by creating an open forum on the show. During the Open Forum we will discuss a wide variety of topics ranging from Politics, Science, and Business and of course Religion. We will also talk about the Charleston, South Carolina Shooting. Throughout the broadcast Imam Alfred Mohammed along with another guest will mediate the Open Forum in order to ensure that the listeners as well as the people asking the question can properly get there question to Imam Alfred Mohammed. You can call into this Open Forum by dialing 805-727-7013 you can also press 1 to ask a question. We want to hear what you have to say so ask away.


     

  • 01:01

    Momma Joyce Messages of Hope Highlighting Bill 474 For Californians on SSI/SSP

    in Spirituality

    Tonights show is one where like I said I promote people who help other people, so it is Frank Tamborel, Director of Hunger Action LA and the bill in Assembly 474, will be a main topic of information and discussion. I am an advocate for those who are hurting in our world and what we can do as individuals as well as together resolve and find positive and peaceful solutions to challenges we face with our elderly and physiclally and mentally challneged as well.


    http://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51137/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=12107 please sign and share


    RENTERS DAY LA


    Rally, Press Conference & Hearing at City Hall
    Wednesday, April 22, 2015
    8:30am City Hall South Lawn, 1st Street & Mainl
    More information: fdelarosa@worksusa.org


     frank@hungeractionla.org   213- 388- 8228

  • 01:36

    "Urban Farming", A Tour in the Garden of Brother Hanif Burt

    in Food

    Welcome to the News, Research and Communication program - your host is Brother Terrance Muhammad. "Brother Hanif is married with children and lives in South Phoenix, his garden provides fruit, herbs, vegetables also, chickens and fish.  Join us on Saturday April 18, 2015 at 8:00pm, eastern time. Call into the studio  347-945-5454 to get details on how you begin your plan to create food for yourself. To enter the chat room go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa     


    To visit the farm online go to http://www.noimoa.com  there you will see more about who we are and what we do. You will see our blog talk radio logo that you can click on to show your support for the programs we offer on our show. To contact provider/program engineer use email; nouvelspecialist@verizon.net.

  • 01:22

    A Conversation with Louis Price

    in Lifestyle

    Louis Price is a former lead singer for The Temptations and The Drifters.  Louis has toured the world entertaining audiences of all ages in Europe, Africa, South America and in the good old USA.  He has shared the stage with the likes of Bill Cosby, Smokey Robinson, Ben Vereen, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Johnny “Under the Boardwalk” Moore, and Ben E. King. 


    Not only has Louis made his mark on the musical stage but he has performed with magnificent results in the studio as well.  He has been a sought after session singer for many years and has appeared vocally on albums for Diana Ross, Michael Buble, Neil Young, Michael Jackson, Michael Smith and Taylor Hicks.  He had the pleasure of providing vocal support for a soon to be released album by Elton John; and, he consulted with Seal on his last two released albums.


    In the commercial arena, Louis has sung on commercials for Fruit of the Loom, Coors, TriCyclen, Verizon, Klennex, Mountain Dew, Epson, Jack In The Box, Coke, Wriggleys, Chrysler, Oscar Meyer, Red Lobster, Nike, JC Penney and Michelob.  He has provided vocals for radio ID’s and you can hear him on movie tracts like The Lomax, Rio, Hairspray, Happy Feet 1 & 2, Norbit, Phone Booth, O Brother, Where Art Thou, Amistad, Tommy Boy, The LadyKillers, Dinosaurs, A Bug’s Life, Hercules, The Prince of Egypt, The Lion King and White Men Can’t Jump.    Louis has been very active over the years and will be a great interview.

  • 02:00

    SA Series presents Dan Roodt - activist, author, CEO of PRAAG

    in Culture

    This week the show will NOT be aired on Thursday night.  It will be on Saturday 18th April at 1 pm CT or 8 pm SA time.


     


    This is due to the time difference and the fact that our guests have to get up at 2 am to share their insights on this show.


     


    Is this the reason for the chasm between the English and the Afrikaaners in South Africa?


     


    Women & Children in White Concentration Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, 1900-1902


     


    Boer women, children and men unfit for service were herded together in concentration camps by the British forces during Anglo-Boer War 2 (1899-1902). The abhorrent conditions in these camps caused the death of 4 177 women, 22 074 children under sixteen and 1 676 men, mainly those too old to be on commando, notwithstanding the efforts of an English lady, Emily Hobhouse, who tried her best to make the British authorities aware of the plight of especially the women and children in the camps.


     


    Is NOW the time to get over the past and stand together to stave off the white genocide happening in South Africa today?

  • 01:29
  • 00:54

    Xenophobia Violence in Perspective.

    in News

    We speak to Justice Malanot a white South African on a real cause of the problem.

  • 01:00

    power of perception writers with April Erwin

    in Spirituality


    “Dream big, be bold, no fear! April Erwin is the author of suspenseful and humorous inspirational contemporary stories that reflect her faith and life motto. A lifelong resident of Independence, MO, April loves living in her hometown. Raised in the Gospel, she's thrilled to achieve her dream to become a writer and use that to witness of her Christian faith. She holds an Associate in Graphological Science, the study of handwriting analysis, tutors dyslexic and reading challenged individuals, enjoys photography, is a singer/songwriter and records original music with her sister, Angel. Also the author of Dysfunction Junction and Missing Pieces, Justice Burning is her third published novel.”
    Music has been an integral part of my life forever. I started singing in an A cappella trio called, The Erwins, with my mom and sister when I was about 11. I began writing songs in 2001, when Angel and I joined and recorded our first two original songs. "Free to Fly" and "Rain on Me".
    I started writing my first "book" about bunnies in First grade. In the Fifth grade and I filled 3 notebooks by hand telling a suspense story. My Senior year in high school I saw a scene in my mind of a young woman in an attic exploring a trunk that had been left to her as part of an inheritance. At first it was just the scene, but soon it expanded and after several years of writing classes, I published Missing Pieces. It was adapted as a school play by my high school Alma Mater where the story was first born.
    Dysfunction Junction was my second book about a Romantic Comedy about a young songwriter looking for love.
    After high school I worked full time and took classes that intrigued me. Writing, photography,  & graphology to name a few.
    HYPERLINK "http://www.AprilErwin.com" www.AprilErwin.com

     

  • 00:34

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Interview with D. Woods!

    in Entertainment

    D. Woods was born in Anaheim California, relocating to in Springfield Massachusetts, where she grew up. D. first developed her love for the arts while performing in dance and regional theater productions. As a teenager she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she attended the renowned Tri-Cities High School for Visual and Performing Arts.


    There she studied modern contemporary dance, ballet, West African and Hip- Hop dance styles. While still in high school she performed with the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta with whom she performed across the U.S and overseas including West and South Africa. Her education also included the prestigious Alvin Ailey School and New York University where she studied abroad in Havana, Cuba.

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program presents our regular PANW reports with features on the United States backed war against Yemen, the burgeoning political crisis over the upcoming elections in Burundi, international responses to the xenophobic attacks in South Africa, details of the lawsuit filed on behalf of the Moratorium NOW! Coalition in Detroit aimed at winning the right to protest against racism and austerity in the financial district. In the second hour we feature the Community Public Radio news hosted by Don DeBar featuring an interview with Abayomi Azikiwe on the current crisis surrounding the attacks on immigrants in South Africa. We also conclude the lecture by Craign Steven Wilder on the relationship between African slavery and the development of American education. The final segment of the program presents a rare archival audio file of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro speaking at Harvard University in 1959.

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