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  • 00:10

    Diva chats with Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes

    in Television


    Earlier today, I chatted with Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes who play Doug and Julie Williams on Days of our Lives.

  • 01:11

    BILL & SUSAN SEAFORTH HAYES

    in Entertainment

     
    Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes joins Take 2 Radio on Feb. 14th at 7pm EST to chat about their lives, career, and projects. They recently released their book called "Trumpet" too!   Susan Seaforth Hayes is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of Julie Williams on NBC's Days of Our Lives since 1968.   Bill Hayes is a long time dramatic actor & former Billboard Hot 100 #1 recording artist. He plays Doug Williams on Days of Our Lives since 1970.

  • 01:00

    Interview with Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie, DAYS)

    in Television

    Diva Interview with Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie, DAYS) discussing their books, the Frances Reid Memorial and more!!!

  • 00:46

    Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes

    in Entertainment

    Bill and Susan Hayes discuss their historical fiction novel, Trumpet, as well as their roles as "Doug and Julie" on Days of Our Lives.  Co-hosted with Tammy Weston.
    Trumpet can be ordered at Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/Trumpet-ebook/dp/B007OWO184/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1355187834&sr=8-1
    Also, at Barnes and Noble:
    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/trumpet-bill-hayes/1109714325?ean=9781613332573
    Plus, check out their website:
    http://www.billandsusanhayes.com/

  • 01:17

    CTC Just Tennis with Susan Nardi and Wes Fuller the round table 3 ROGY

    in Sports

    Joins us with a coaches round table as we discuss ROGY. This should be a good one. Interested in joining us please contact us.

  • 01:02

    Dave Johnson, Cliff Schecter, Jay Ackroyd • VS Sundays

    in Current Events

    Bernie Sanders as the voice of broadly popular, bipartisan positions on Social Security, "free" trade (TPP), paid sick and maternal leave, minimum wage increases, overtime pay. Polling from populistmajority.org Innocence Project and our broken criminal justice system. Commentary from Dave Johnson, Cliff Schecter, Jay Ackroyd. Political satire from Culture of Truth. Follow @CliffSchecter @DCJohnson @JayAckroyd @Bobblespeak


    The 2015 Virtually Speaking Media Panel: Andrew Jerrell Jones, Avedon Carol, Cliff Schecter, David Dayen, Dave Johnson, David Waldman, digby, Gaius Publius, Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, RJ Eskow, Stuart Zechman. Alternates: Susan Madrak, Sara Robinson, Spocko, Charles Lenchner

  • 00:32

    SpokenHeard with Paul Tran and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Paul Tran is a Vietnamese American historian and spoken word poet. He won "Best Poet" and "Pushing the Art Forward" at the national college poetry slam, as well as awards and fellowships from Kundiman, Poets House, Lambda Literary, Napa Valley, VONA, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. His work can be found in CURA, Nepantla, cream city review, and RHINO, which selected him for the 2015 Editor's Prize. Since 2013, Paul has taught the Untitlement Project at New Urban Arts in Providence, Rhode Island, and coached the Brown University, Barnard College & Columbia University, and Providence youth slam teams. He currently lives in New York City, where he's writing his first book and working at New York University.

  • 01:23

    Pastor Robert Morris says Jesus is God's Tithe-What???

    in Religion

    Pastor Robert Morris of Gateway Church in Dallas, Texas says Jesus Christ was God's tithe. We take apart this heretical teaching today with my guest the WolfTtracker.

  • 02:01

    Sunday on the Front Stoop

    in Energy

    Why are so many people being killed around the world?


    Think of that sad "terrorism" around our world.  Is such "terrorism" being provoked by our dependence on foreign oil and other natural resource under their ground ?  Dennis, Jeff, and Susan will discuss this interesting issue.


    HREM, Human Renewable Energy Measurement.  All these years when America had free grade school and free high school, why has college been SO expensive?  When a student graduates high school the average age is 18.  That's the same age when he or she can become a military soldier.  If they could not afford that expensive college, they've been told to just go overseas for a few years and they will afford higher education.


    The sad news is that some of these teenagers never returned home and died in the army or navy or air force.  Even some that were lucky enough to return home, committed suicide after leaving these wars.  When they return home, they are reminded of their loving religious upbringing.  They had been taught to "love thy neighbor" or "thou shalt not kill".  If they were told overseas to "go in that house and kill whoever you see" they now mourn for all those innocent men or women or children that they killed under military order.  


    Fortunately, President Obama is now recommending that college becomes as free to our students as was their grade school and high school.  


    As an example, Saudi Arabia is No. 6 on the list of dictatorships in our world.  They get most of their weapons from countries like ours and we get a low price for the oil from under their ground.  Instead of sending our boys and girls overseas to get that good price on their oil, why not switch to solar or wind power?  That could also put an end to Climate Change on our planet.

  • 00:23

    On the Air With Susan Peters

    in Entertainment

     


    Susan D. Peters, a native of Chicago’s south side, is a graduate of DuSable High School and DePaul University. Always adventurous, Susan’s curiosity lured her to Liberia, West Africa for eleven years. Her family’s escape during the brutal Liberian Civil War is the spellbinding account of her memoir, Sweet Liberia, Lessons from the Coal Pot. Sweet Liberia, received the 2010 Black Excellence Award for Non-Fiction by the African American Alliance of Chicago and in 2011 the book was awarded a prize for Non-Fiction from the Illinois Press Women's Association.
     


    Broken Dolls, Susan’s second book, represents her foray into the mystery market and is the first of a series featuring Detective Joi Sommers as its heroine. Additionally her work is featured in three anthologies, Baring It All, the Ins and Outs of Publishing, Signed, Sealed, Delivered … I’m Yours, a romance anthology running the gambit of nice and naughty and The Anthology of the Illinois Woman’s Press Association.


     


    Susan currently and produces and hosts a weekly talk radio program on WVON1690AM and manages community relations at a prestigious academic medical center. In addition to her busy career, she has raised five children and is a proud grandmother.

  • 00:49

    REAL TALK with Vera LeRay Warner on "ME, GOD and A CUP OF COFFEE"

    in Women

    SATURDAY 8 A.M. - #347-996-5568 -  JOIN me and special guest Vera LeRay Warner, Pastor Vee, as she is affectionately called for a virtual cup of coffee. Vera is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University where she majored in Christian Education. She holds a MA in Theology. She is an ordained pastor, author and bible teacher. Vera has prophetic anointing to teach and preach with profound simplicity. She has a great passion to see hurting and dis-eased women made whole!


    Founder of In His Image Ministries and Author of  great books such as Embracing the love of the father, Cultivate the heart and The Making which is a window to be gazed into that will take the reader on a journey from birth, being born again, and revelation of the process that we all must go through.  Tomorrow's conversation will shock you. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS IT!


    Me God and A Cup Of  Coffee" is a show that recognizes that every day must start with a morning conversation with God.  Through sharing your experiences with others we realize that "We are more alike than we are different".  Join us for a morning conversation. Grab your mug and fill it up.  #347-996-5568, Saturday at 8 a.m. weekly.