• 00:42

    A Second Look at Sports featuring Tamika Catchings(Replay)

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        On this edition of A Second Look at Sports, we replay Dr. Dwight Allen's interview with WNBA superstar Tamika Catchings, as she tells us about growing up in a basketball family with her dad as a former NBA player, as well as how her faith has brought her through the good and bad times.
        We check into the pulpit of Dr. Dwight Allen, as he gives us the word from Christian athletes around the nation on A Second Look at Sports, right here on the King James Radio Network.

  • 00:31

    Basketball Superstar Tamika Catchings Talks To Shana!

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    Six-time WNBA All-Star and three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Tamika Catchings joins Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST for a frank conversation about her career and inspirations. The basketball superstar will share her heartfelt advice for youth wanting to excel. This exclusive interview will truly inspire all listeners of every age. Tune in!  

  • 01:01

    2011 WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings

    in Basketball

    2011 WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever comes on the HITS Radio Show discussing the upcoming WNBA season, her Catch the Stars Foundation and more.

  • 00:10

    AT&T Presents: An Ear 2 the Future! Tamika Catchings

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    WNBA star Tamika Catchings, who has been voted one of the league’s top 15 players of all time, opines on the importance of working together. “Everybody who’s watched me knows I am definitely a team player,” she tells Hoops in the Sun host Randy Cruz. “And above all, even with the individual accolades that I’ve racked up, I want to win a WNBA championship.  It’s a team commitment. It’s a team goal. It’s the WNBA. You got the best players in the whole world coming to America to play together on one stage. And to have that championship title is matter most to me.”

  • 01:53

    Voice of the Athlete w/ Nancy Lieberman & Tamika Catchings

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    February 1st is National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) and this year's national theme is "Title IX: In it For the Long Run", which is in honor of the 40th Anniversary of Title IX (June 2012).
    Join Game Changers Live as we celebrate NGWSD with the first segment in our GCL Title IX Series: The Voice of the Athlete. 
    We will be joined by special guests the legendary Nancy Lieberman and 2011 WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings.  The show will focus on the impact Title IX has had on their lives.
    GCL airs live every Wednesday at 1:00pm ET.

  • 00:09

    Tamika Catchings: 'Jesus is Definitely My Savior; He Walks Beside Me Through My Ups and Downs' (Gosp

    in Basketball

    She is a professional basketball player for the Indiana Fever of the WNBA. After graduating from high school where she was named a WBCA All-American, she became one of the star athletes at the University of Tennessee women's basketball team. In 2001, she was drafted by the Indiana Fever. In 2002, she had an all-star rookie season. In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in WNBA history. She is a six-time WNBA All-Star Selection, made the All-WNBA Team six times, and was the 2011 WNBA MVP. In 2004, 2008, and 2012, she helped lead her team to Gold in the Olympic Games. She currently serves as President of the WNBA Players Association.

    Though she grew up in the church, her faith only became real to her in her senior year at the University of Tennessee when she suffered a season ending injury just months before the WNBA draft. When she realized all she had was God at that point, she says God gave her the peace and the strength to make it through. Though her injury kept her from playing her first year at Indiana, she gained a new perspective on faith, basketball, and God.

    She said, "Peace definitely came from God. It came from realizing I needed to remove my focus from basketball back to God. It seems like every single time I have been hurt it has been the same thing. It's been that you get so caught up in what you are doing that you forget to give Him the glory. It is hard to be a Christian in the WNBA; and I think it is because of so many different stereotypes. Just trying to walk with Him and not be pulled by all the negative forces from the outside. I think that what I do with my platform is that I live my life as Christlike as I can. [Jesus] is definitely my Savior. He's the one that walks beside me through my ups and downs and the one that keeps me focused on where I am going in life. He protects me. He provides for me. He guides me and he leads me."

    Her name is Tamika Catchings.

  • 01:30

    WNBA Superstar Tamika Catchings, Thursday 9PM EST

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    Ladies first as we will have as our featured guest from the WNBA finals Indiana Fever Ms. Tamika Catchings "catching up" we got the pick with the pros segment with special guest from Shade 45 xm Radio two girls one ball, ms. Carmella Bella.Spokesters 3pack with basketball included "what you will need to watch" and the "Pick with the Pros" segment and so much more join us 347 324-5839 chat online or catch the Pod Cast.
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  • 01:36

    "The Real Ladies From the "ATL" "Social Finesse' 8:30pm

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    "The Real Ladies From the "ATL"  "Social Finesse' 8:30pm at www.blogtalkradio.com/101oasisradio or call 773-897-6115

  • 00:43

    Chit Chat with B.Fly Welcomes Author T.M.Brown of Tethered Angel

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    On this Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will be chatting with Author T.M. Brown, and we will discuss her books and other projects she has in store, as well as her latest book entitled "Tethered Angel" 


    TM Brown is an inspirational example of what is possible when we never give up on ourselves. She is an internationally recognized story-teller. Tina is also the mother of two amazing people and the grandmother to the cutest little boy ever! She has Master of Science Degree in System Engineering and a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Psychology. 



    In her first book, "A Life Not My Own", Tina shares her personal experiences of child abuse and neglect, her struggles as a teenager and in her young adult life. Read about her time at the university and in the US Army. 

    In the 5 STAR rated, FREE eBook, "Just Between Us - Inspiring Stories by Women", Tina joins forces with Janice Ross, Selena Haskins, Adrienne Thompson, Tamika Christy and Nicole Dunlap as they share a collection of short stories about the life challenges that they overcome. 

    In, "Struggles of the Women Folk", Tina creates an engaging, fictional piece from the stories that her grandmother shared with her as a child. The main character - Georgie is a young black girl who grows up the 1940s in southern Virginia - a time of prejudice, poverty and limited opportunities.

    Hot off the presses is "Tethered Angel" - Struggles of the Women Folk PART TWO. Learn about what happens to Georgie's daughter Angel after her abduction. 

  • 02:58

    Everything with Kathy B, Indie Soul Saturdays, Sledge, Jay Davis, Tamika Dunning

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    Source Nation! Today is definitely the day to tune in to Indie Soul Saturdays where we have 3 dynamic guests stopping by.


    2:15 Sledge


    3:15 Jay Davis


    4:15 Tamika Dunning


    Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933.  You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.

  • 00:47

    Freeway Ricky Ross Ex-drugkinPin turned Author & Motivational Speaker

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    Former drug trafficker turned author  of Untold Autobiography Rick
    Ross alleged that hip-hop is a government weapon.


    “I believe that what they’ve done is that they’ve taken hip-hop and made it glorious to be a drug dealer,” explained Ross. “You know when I sold drugs, I hid. I didn’t want anybody to know I sold drugs, but now, they’ve got these guys who’ve never sold drugs.” Ross then brought up how the rapper Rick Ross, who worked as a corrections officer and stole the former drug dealer’s identity.


    “The message that it tells our kids is that if you go out, sell drugs, then you can become a great rock star… and never go to prison,” noted Ross. “That’s a false message to be giving people who feel hopeless.”


    When asked if he was angry at rapper Rick Ross for stealing his identity, the real Rick Ross says he’s “angry at the whole culture.” Ross says he’s not really upset at the rapper because he doesn’t believe the rapper understands that he’s a pawn in a much larger game.


    Ross noted that it’s harder for him to get into schools and teach kids an anti-drug message than it is for a rapper to reach kids.


    Freeway Ricky Ross."Crack In The System" which premierd on  AlJAEERA, . Yes he will be my guest March 23, 2015 at 6:30PM PST on Let's talk Real talk with Tough cookie. Also I  will have a very special co-host Tamika Harper? aka GeorgiaMe to talk to Freeway Ricky Ross for the Atlanta GA. and East coast listeners.


    www.iamtherealrickross.com


     


     


     

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