Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 02:04

    Rodney Orr comes aboard to discuss Tide

    in Sports

    Spring football continues, and some staff changes have permeated through both basketball programs during the past week. We'll talk all that and more tonight on BAMS. Rodney Orr will join us in the second hour, and we have some comments from Redfish to tide us over during hour #1. Also, Drew conducted an interview with Coach Avery recently, and we'll have that audio for our listeners as well. The action kicks off at 7 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 01:41

    ANCIENT AWAKENINGS! SANANDA! ST GERMAIN! AND.... !!

    in Spirituality

    ANCIENT AWAKENINGS!  OUR MONTHLY ... 1ST SUNDAY!


    This exceptional call brings messages through two live inter-active channels:


    James McConnell - Founder of Ancient Awakenings and 30-year channel, and


    Dr Sue Sammarco, author, teacher and channel for 30 years.


     


    Today we expect Sananda, St Germain, and perhaps a third guest - bringing an expected special announcement.


     


    And One Who Serves and Ashira will once again, participate through our channels in a lively


    Q & A.


     


     


     

  • 01:10

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

    in Religion

    Tell Them with Pastor Monica St Hill-Morton

  • 02:01

    Jimmy Stein joins BAMS to talk Crimson Tide

    in Sports

    Another week, another BAMS. Life is good for Crimson Tide fans. Spring is coming, and there is pigskin being practiced. While Avery Johnson did have two young men transfer out of his program over the past week, addition by subtraction could be a thing for Tide faithful to latch onto. BAMS will welcome William "Redfish" Barger to the show during the first hour, and then Jimmy Stein will join us during hour #2. The action kicks off at 7 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 01:32

    Kelly OConnell Show: Time, Tide & Trump

    in Politics

    The tide has risen, the sands have shifted again in the GOP Prez election. With the sky darkening, clouds begin to swirl overhead, as Ted Cruz stares into a vortex of annihilation. Donald Trump is currently at 996 delegates. He needs by direct vote, or by hook ‘n crook, another 241. Bearing in mind Trump should get 100 delegates from California, and with the winner take all Indiana leaning towards Donald, and Legendary Bobby Knight’s blessing, he might only need another hundred. This is game/set/match territory.


    The insufferable Cruz has misplayed a bad hand, with repeated last-minute mistakes. For example, he signed pacts with demons to rep the GOP and he also lay with Kasich. And what did he get for this selling of soul? What jewel of respect from the Grand Old Party did he harvest from such abasement? He's “Lucifer in the Flesh” according to John Boehner. That’s quite a thank you! And Cruz then chooses 1 delegate Carly “Peppermint Patty” Fiorina as his VP. A laughingstock! Meanwhile, innumerable articles plumb why Cruz is universally despised by his colleagues.


    So Trump has basically sewn this puppy up with a last minute surge. If he doesn’t poll to 1237, he can still pick up many free range delegates. So it’s buhbye time for the hated Cruz & inept/ self-worshipful Kasich. Next comes Trump pivoting to Swillery Swineherd Clinton, who acts like the obvious winner -- when not dodging the FBI. The real puzzler is how Trump has tied Hill’obeans at 38% before even going after her.


    Locally, we see continued disintegration of civility between the Sheriffs and Golden Earing Garrett. For his latest hijinks, Garret & hapless handpuppet Wayne Handcock hired a flunky to cook up a $48,000 study. The laughingstock by Dr Weiss was complete as he cannibalized another work for a 6 page cut n paste. Heavens to Murgatroyd. Advantage Kiki. And now, Open Topic Friday, Sportsfans.

  • 00:16

    Nats Nightly: Nationals beat Cardinals 5-4 in St. Louis... in St. Louis!!

    in Baseball

    Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg struck out nine batters in seven innings of work and the Nats beat the St. Louis Cardinals in Busch Stadium III for just the fourth time in the last 21 games in the Cardinals' home. Washington snapped a three-game losing streak with the win and improved to 15-7 on the year. Jonathan Papelbon earned save No. 8 of 2016. 5-4 final in St. Louis. Dusty Baker's boys got the job done in Missouri.

  • 01:09

    St Germain Radio Show, Tuesday, May 3, 8pm EST

    in Spirituality

    St. Germain Radio Show


    Channeled by Brigitte Boyea with celestial music by Mike Snyder, Oneness Blessing by Mark & Christi


    Tues 8:00 PM EST, Next show May 3


     


    Brigitte Boyea, born and raised in Germany and living in the USA since 1994, has been an intuitive healer all her life. Having completed extensive training in many different healing modalities, Brigitte offers effective tools of self empowerment and self-realization to assist her clients in their individual healing processes.  Maintaining a continuous connection to the Divine Hierarchy of Light, her readings and healing sessions are always supervised by the presence of Angels, Ascended Masters and other Beings of Love and Light.  Working primarily with St. Germain and his violet flame as well as Archangel Michael as her guides and teachers, Brigitte’s messages offer a deeper clarity and understanding of life circumstances and one’s role in them. 


    You can find more information about her on her website at www.lightbridge101.com.


    Mike Snyder produces soothing tones and melodies to provide a relaxing atmosphere of sound and vibration for his individual clients and group meditations. Mike is able to channel music intuitively when working on an individual or playing for a group. He produces the “sound of the moment” so to speak as he will play music that directly reflects what is happening energetically in the current point in time. Most of his individual and group sessions start out with regular random piano notes played rapidly until the individual or group starts to get into a deeper state of relaxation, and consciousness.


    My Website  http://www.mikesnydercc.com

  • 00:33

    The St. Louis Blues do everything the hard way

    in Sports

    The St. Louis Blues coughed up a 3-1 lead in Game 6 and thus coughed up a 3-1 series lead against the Chicago Blackhawks. 


    What happens in Game 7 at Scottrade?


    Why isn't Vladimir Tarasenko playing more?


    Brian Elliott starts Game 7 folks. Shut up.


    Can the Blues shut down the Hawks big line?


    Corey Crawford standing taller than Elliott in Game 7?


     

  • 00:18

    Lucifer 1x11 – St. Lucifer | Review

    in Film

    SPOILERS/NSFW - DC on SCREEN #155 - Lucifer 1x11 – St. Lucifer | Review - The Devil doesn't know that doing good feels good. The Devil isn't very smart on this show. A wealthy philanthropist, Tim Dunlear, is murdered, and it’s up to Lucifer and Detective Decker to figure out who did it. Meanwhile, Lucifer realizes that doing good feels good (leading him to experiment with do-gooding, Maze boinks Amenadiel, and Dan who somehow isn’t dead, has words with Malcolm before escaping Malcolm’s hungry, hungry clutches.

  • 00:56

    AGAINST THE TIDE

    in Entertainment

    Against the Tide is a true story that captures the fear and hardships faced  when the KKK and Segregation laws sharply curtailed the surge of progress made by freed men and women.


     Hansford C. Bayton rose from humble beginnings to become the captain and owner of five excursion and mail delivery steamboats that plied the Rappahannock River during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Unusual for an African American, he acquired wealth and the respect of both blacks and whites.


    Nevertheless, his boats were burned one by one. But with each malicious burning, and with lynching on the rise, he built again. his story is one of dignified courage and determination when faced with overwhelming odds. Truly, he was a man who swam against the tide.


    Julie H. Sullivan, winner of several prestigious awards for her contributions to international education has been both highly praised for the quality of her prose, and the depth of her research, and condemned for being, and I'll paraphrase"One more uppity Negro and an over-educated anti-American who wants to bring up things best forgotten or completely denied."



    She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University, where she works on developing health programs for the poor. Julie has a doctorate in international development from Tulanegs University and she lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband, Alan where they are sitting ducks for roving gangs of gap-toothed low-information uni-brow recalcitrant racists who love the good old days of spur of the moment lynchings, cross burnings, and when our coloreds knew their place in God's plan. 

  • 00:18

    Nats Nightly: Nationals sweep Cardinals in St. Louis with 6-1 win in finale!!

    in Baseball

    Washington Nationals' right-hander Max Scherzer returned to form and the Nats' bats came to life in the sixth and seventh innings against St. Louis Cardinals' starter Carlos Martinez as the Nationals swept the three-game set in Busch Stadium with a 6-1 win. It was the first sweep in the Nationals' franchise history (2005-present) and the first sweep in overall franchise history since the Montreal Expos swept the Cards thirty years again in 1986. 30 years? And Bryce Harper was hitless in the series... Nationals now 17-7.