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Tonight at 6pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Saturday Edition. - the funniest show you'll hear on radio all week.
Tune in as Ernest is joined by the TJRS Radio Network crew for the question of the day, 10 good minutes, the bump you song, what's so funny, and much more.
What would you do if you woke up as the opposite sex? Call and let us know what you would do. 1.347.989.1942.
Also, it's Ernest's return to Saturday Edition, after a well-deserved summer hiatus. What shenanigans will he start up again?
Jay Ril was near a neighborhood shooting recently. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out what the heck happened, and if he's okay.
Check ANY past episode you may have missed at: poeticdesigns.net/pdradio
PD RADIO..WE'RE BACK BABY!! We know you've missed us during our short hiatus but we're now to entertain you! Join Ms. PD & Black for a night of bull! We're taliking all things bullshit! What or who is on your bullshit meter? What makes you say: THAT'S THAT BULL! We miss yall so call up and help us heat up the airwaves!
Join us as we talk to director, producer, screenwriter, and editor Eduardo Sanchez, of the upcoming Bigfoot move Exists and blockbuster The Blair Witch Project. The anticipated release of Exists in theaters and VOD will be on October 24th. We’ll be picking Eduardo’s brain about all things Bigfoot, Exists, and his previous films. What research went into Exists, what got Eduardo interested in the subject of Bigfoot, are any portions of the movie based on real life encounters? Join us as we discuss these questions and more. The following is a quick synopsis of Exists: "For five friends, it was a chance for a summer getaway- a weekend of camping in the Texas Big Thicket. But visions of a carefree vacation are shattered with an accident on a dark and desolate country road. In the wake of the accident, a bloodcurdling force of nature is unleashed-something not exactly human, but not completely animal- an urban legend come to terrifying life and seeking murderous revenge."
Spirit Speaks Radio With Renowned Medium, Author, Teacher & Radio/TV Personality Spiritman Joseph Tittel. After 7 years of radio Joseph took a 3 month summer break. Now Joseph is back & Josephs goal is to bring the medicine to the people & heal the world 1 person at a time. Joseph will bring a wide range of guests to the show all in hopes to inspire you, open your heart and help you to reach your happy blissful place. Join us each week for an opportunity to deepen your spiritual knowledge and help you to reach your fullest potential.
Tonight Joseph welcomes Author of "Soul Contracts: Find Harmony and Unlock Your Brilliance " Danielle MacKinnon. Danielle will be talking about her new book Soul Contracts: Find Harmony and Unlock Your Brilliance as well as her upcoming work in the Philadelphia working with Dougall Fraser to teach people how get the most benefit from their intuitive senses.
We will be taking your calls.
With Love, Gratitude & Desire To Inspire..........J.T.
(148) Old records, new stories
It has been a couple of months since my last show, and has we start the fall I thought I would spend a couple of minutes with you to let you know what I have been up to and what my (OUR) future might hold. I started the summer with a reading list of about 13 books and I proud to report a current to read list of 7 different books and 4 that I still have not read but I did read about 13 books
August was spent traveling to /from Texas and of course School started at the end of August.
I have been so involved with some school issues that production has slowed down. However
We did a show last night with Garth Kline and the future of high school electronics.
I have a show Thursday to launch a new Podcasting network hosted by two former students (this will be my third Launch of former student’s podcasting
I have a railroad Museum show Saturday, Future shows in the pipeline? A show with a Vintage Guitar technician, Navajo Code Talkers, TechShop CEO, and Cupcake Girls
I also received about 200 old 78 RPM records that I am trying to track down any stories, history, Value, collectors, and or Music Historians. SO if any of you out there are OLD music Aficionados or has any leads out there please let me know
HAS always the future is bright for S3productions BUT I do ask for YOUR help, ideas, thoughts, and leads
in Self Help
Host Monica Richardson will interview Carl Hart (born 1966) is an associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University. Hart is known for his research in drug abuse and drug addiction. Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Carl Hart has won the NAACP Image Award for outstanding literary work and Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Check out his Ted Talks and interview on Democracy Now. Monica Richardson has just completed her first Documentary Film called "The 13th Step." She appeared on Katie Couric with Gabrielle Glaser last summer.
Happy Fall to all. Although in my neck of the woods the weather is very much summer-like.
My two guests for October are R. Lawson Gamble and M.E. May. Both authors were new to me and I am glad to have discovered them.
Mister Gamble has two books out at this time, The Other and Mestaclocan, both are suspense with a paranormal twist.
M.E. May has written the Circle City Mystery Series, Perfidy, Inconspicous and Esconced.
I hope you can stop by and listen as I talk with these two authors, and maybe ask them a question or two yourself.
On Friday evening, March 21, 2014, Alejandro “Alex” Nieto, 28 years old, was shot at over fourteen times and killed by the San Francisco Police Department, on Bernal Hill Park, without justification. We speak to Adriana Camarena, attorney, writer, and resident of the Mission District of San Francisco since 2008, about the altar Alex's mother and others created to honor him as a part of the 15th Annual Dia de los Muertos at Somarts in San Francisco. It is up through Nov. 8.
There is a special event in Bernal Heights today, Oct. 21, on the seven month anniversary of Alex's killing: http://justice4alexnieto.org/alex-story/ Listen in for the details. Since arriving in the Mission, Adriana began collecting tales of borders, line-crossings, and overlapping identities told by residents to provide a layered picture of this traditionally working class immigrant neighborhood in California. Two of her published Mission essays are “The Geography of the Unseen” in Rebecca Solnit, INFINITE CITY: A San Francisco Atlas, UC Press, (2010); and “Street Food” in “n+1” literary magazine, (Summer, 2012).
Contact Adriana Camarena at firstname.lastname@example.org – and be sure to follow Unsettlers on Facebook.
Lance – Well I guess all of the Jazzy 5 was in the there with me. Master Dee was younger and Master Bee was one of the older ones that was down with the Jazzy 5. I went to Stevenson High School and Tony Tone of the Cold Crush was in there with me. I didn’t know him then, but I seen him a lot because he was running with Break Out and Baron (djs for Funky Four Plus 1). In fact, they used to play in 131 (school yard) back then
Lance – Well back then there was no name, “hip hop,” or culture back then. Cats were doing their own individual thing back then and jamming in the park. But when you give the title, “Father of Hip Hop,” you give it to Herc.
But a lot of cats were playing funk music and R&B music. But I think when it came to the dj mixing records together, and the emcee, and the break dancers mixed in, that is what brought on the name hip hop… the culture.
But back then we didn’t say “Let’s go to a hip hop party!” That name didn’t even exist
Lance – I would say the Ecstasy Garage. My cousin Cool Clyde got in first with these two djs named Cisco and Buck-O. This was like from the summer into the fall of 1980 when I got up in there.
Just because the summer riding season is behind us doesn't mean you have to store the bike away just yet! In fact, the Fall colors and crisp, cool air brings many riders out for the first time. No matter what your reason for riding this time of year, the most importnat thing is to dress for the weather. Knowing how to layer up, and what clothing products best fit your needs is what we'll be chatting about on today's show. Drew Anderson, area rep for Pearl Izumi, an industry leader in athletic wear, will join us to discuss Pearl's Fall and winter clothing lineup and how to wear it all!
TJR speaks to special guest Sanya Richards-Ross - America's One Lap Queen
An indepth look with liveley discussion of the Track and Field happenings with a Caribbean twist with the Data Guy, Rico and host Sean Garrity. Athlete analysis, head to head matchups, relay pools, field events break down, world leads and much much more. Interviews with coaches and athletes.
This is not your typical Sports show...its all track heads and junkies!!
The mic and phones are always open, so call in with your comments and questions to 626-657-2104 or twitter @tfjradio
Jack Thomas Smith is a feature film director, writer, and producer. His new feature film "Infliction" is available now in the U.S. and Canada on DVD, VOD, and Digital HD by Virgil Films & Entertainment, which is the company that distributed "Supersize Me." Earlier this year, “Infliction” opened in select theaters. Additional screenings have been scheduled this summer and fall due to demand.
His last film, "Disorder", which he wrote, produced, and directed, was released by Universal on DVD and Warner Brothers on VOD & PPV. It also screened at Cannes and the Raindance Film Festival in London.
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