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Mary McDonough is best-known for her role of Erin Walton, on the iconic television series, The Waltons. Mary is a public speaker and workshop leader. She addresses and leads groups to help individuals with personal change, create life balance, and return to a sense of self. Continuing her acting career into adulthood, McDonough has appeared on numerous series; ER, Picket Fences, Will and Grace, American Dreams, Boston Legal, and was a reoccurring character on The New Adventures of Old Christine. She starred in the made for television movie, Christmas at Cadillac Jack’s and will soon be seen in the upcoming film Lake Effects. Mary is an award winning Filmmaker. She wrote and directed For the Love of May, a film starring Patricia Neal. Mary has written, produced, and directed award winning educational films and was seen recently hosting her Walton family for, A Walton Family Reunion for the Inspiration Network which airs The Waltons daily. She has also utilized her communication and media savvy as a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and host of programs. She gives readers an intimate look behind the scenes of one of the most beloved shows of all time, and reveals an inspiring story of challenges and personal triumph in her new book, Lessons from the Mountain: What I Learned from Erin Walton. She stops by on Thursday, July 17, at 7pm EST.
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with The Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actress Judy Norton, Best known for her work in "The Waltons" as Mary Ellen!
We are also scheduled to welcome Woman's Wrestling Legend, Ann Casey the last 15 minutes...Join us!
May 24, 2011
Tonight's Radio Show - "The Hunt"
We'll talk about the Season ONE Episode 4 teenagers.
Emmy Award winning show ... The Waltons is an American television series created by Earl Hamner, Jr., based on his book Spencer's Mountain, and a 1963. The show centered on the titular family growing up in a rural Virginia community during the Great Depression and World War II. The show aired from 1972 - 1981.
The Walton family, consisting of John and Olivia, their seven children, and John's parents Zebulon "Zeb" and Esther Walton, struggle to make a decent life during the Depression. The family's story is seen primarily through the eyes of John-Boy, the oldest son and an aspiring journalist and novelist, who serves as narrator. John Walton and his father operate a lumber mill, with the Walton sons helping out in the business as they grow older. Occasional strangers needing temporary shelter for various reasons periodically stay with the hospitable Walton family.
Each week we will talk about the episodes - and how we can compare life today ... the tough economic times - times where people have lost the "family" - and most important how life should return as they were in the "Good Ole Days"
This is our tribute ... and a lesson to be learned!
TODAY on “Inside Out LIVE! With Traci S. Campbell”: Meet veteran actress, Mary McDonough who enjoyed 11 years on the hit TV show “The Waltons”. She is now a successful life coach, author, and advocate for women’s health, taking her message all the way to Congress. She shares with us her own battle with body image issues and Lupus. Her book, “Lessons From The Mountain, What I Learned From Erin Walton” is a best seller and gives not only behind the scenes accounts of her memories on the set of “The Waltons”, but also gives advice and inspiration to women dealing with self-esteem, body image, or health challenges.
In our Beauty In/Beauty Out segment, meet K-Frank. Born in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Area he has gathered his experiences from traveling the world to living in multiple cities such as Houston, Los Angeles and New York City. At the ripe age of 24 he already has dedicated 9 years to his crafts and looks to solidify his name as a solid voice and valued perspective.
And get more updates from the great work that is happening to benefit teens and adults, especially those living a single parent environment, through our C.H.A.M.P. Community Project organization
Welcome to Charred Remains Radio hour with your host Char. Tonight's guest is Trixie Laroux. Trixie is the drummer for the band Dirty Soul Revivial. A trio of musicians who create "foot stompin" music. Char is anxious to meet Trixie and learn more about this beautiful lady. Trixie is also one of the exotic ladies of the Dreamland Vixens Pin-Up models. Tune in Friday night 6:30 pm Pacific/8:30 pm Central/9:30 pm Eastern for a foot stompin good time.
Now Booking Bands/Solo artist to be on Charred Remains Radio. Contact Char if you would like to be on the show.
This show is sponsored by author Donna Emerich of the family drama that Char calls a mash-up of The Waltons meets The Sopranos. Click here to find out more about "It's A Family Tradition".
That's what I'm screamin bout!! I keep hearing from the right wing fascists that "Welfare recipients should have to take urine tests...because they get paid for doing nothing, and we have to make sure they are not spending the money on drugs..." Well I think the Waltons, the heirs to the Walmart fortune, who have a net worth of more than 50 million Americans, ought to be the welfare recipients that should be taking urine tests. Walmart receives 7.6 billion dollars, your tax money, and every year in "subsidies." This is corporate welfare or "aid to dependent corporations," And what do we get in return? We get American jobs sent to China. We get to pay the interest on the gargantuan national debt that this helps create, and we get to have the Waltons use this money to destroy our democracy. That’s what we get.
And we are so damn stupid we let them convince us that our tax money is mostly going to "freeloaders on welfare and food stamps...!
Maybe all of us should be urine tested for having put up with this B.S.!!
Join Brother Craig for a special commentary and tribute to the late actor, Ralph Waite, best known for his legendary, patriarchal, performance as John Walton, Sr., of the long-running, immensely popular, television series, "The Waltons". The show chronicled the life and times of a family living in rural Virgnia during the Great Depression and WWII. Over its run, from 1971 - 1981, "The Waltons" earned high television ratings and Emmy Awards. Waite also acted in many other movies and television programs, including Roots (1977), Cliffhanger, The Practice, and most recently NCIS and CSI, all while pursuing political ambitions and delivering Sunday sermons at his church in Palm Desert. Join the conversation with Brother in celebration of the life of Ralph Waite and share it with a friend.
Realistic Homesteading Expectations and Aspirations!
The Homestead Honey Hour!
9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
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Ask anyone who has kept a homesteading blog or Youtube channel over the last five years – myself included -- and they will tell you there’s a resurgence happening of folks wanting to get "back to the land", much as there was in the 1970’s. Becoming more self-reliant and sustainable is an aspiration shared by many. Recalling episodes of “The Waltons” or “Little House on the Prairie”, and armed with well-worn copies of “The Encyclopedia of Country Living”, or “Five Acres and Independence”, folks are scouting out property, plotting, planning, and saving up -- dreaming of the day when they can escape from the rat race and simplify their lives. Along with this dream, comes a vision of what life in the country on a small holding will bring and mean. Unfortunately, these expectations are not always grounded in reality. Let’s talk about what you can expect, dispell some common misconceptions, and tuck away those rose-colored glasses. As always, I want you to have success on your journey towards self-reliance while avoiding unnecessary disappointment and disillusion in getting there.
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Dean’s jet lagged, Phil spent all day locking picture on their new film (The Lady Killers) and consequently, this show is coming at you one day late …
In keeping with yesterday’s President’s Day here in the U.S.A., Phil asks an interesting question about the 11th President, James K. Polk.
Dean talks of Thailand on the 10th anniversary of the Tsunami.
They both answer a question about the documentary Blackfishbefore remembering the four show business notables that left us last week (a comedic titan, a Danish film master, a beloved character actor, and a child icon-turned-diplomat).
Then, following a humorous anecdote from Phil involving Alec Guinness, a bay area school teacher and a horror film, your friends in podcasting try to elevate the cultural discourse surrounding the Woody Allen controversy.
Finally, the show concludes with a couple words about women in movies and a killer preview for next week’s show (consider it a cliffhanger!).
Michael Learned is a four-time Emmy Award-Winning Actress, three for her work as Olivia Walton on the acclaimed TV series, "The Waltons", and one for her role as Mary Benjamin in her own series "Nurse". She is also a Peoples' Choice Award Winner and four-time Golden Globe Nominee.
“Behind every great fortune is a great crime.” Ever heard that line before? In this episode your hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, will bring that saying to life with an examination of the great family fortunes of the United States, and the crimes that made them. From the Astors to the Waltons, the oldest wealth of our nation was built on the backs of U.S. Citizens, and thrived through great atrocities. As morals and ethics leave the conscience, the money enters. Many of the wealthiest members of this country have hidden the memories of their misdeeds with vast fortunes spent on the public good. But the history is not entirely erased. Tune in to find out just how far our capitalistic society has bent the government’s law, and broken the laws of society, for the sake of profit. You’d be surprised that these crimes are not a thing of the past as we move into new generations looking to establish themselves as old money one day. What crimes are ahead?
Mary McDonough is best-known for her role of Erin Walton, on the iconic television series, The Waltons. Mary is a public speaker and workshop leader. She addresses and leads groups to help individuals with personal change, create life balance, and return to a sense of self. McDonough has appeared on numerous series; ER, Picket Fences, Will and Grace, American Dreams, Boston Legal, and was a reoccurring character on The New Adventures of Old Christine. She starred in the made for television movie, Christmas at Cadillac Jack’s and will soon be seen in the upcoming film Lake Effects. Mary is an award winning Filmmaker. She wrote and directed For the Love of May, a film starring Patricia Neal. Mary has written, produced, and directed award winning educational films She gives readers an intimate look behind the scenes of one of the most beloved shows of all time, and reveals an inspiring story of challenges and personal triumph in her new book, Lessons from the Mountain: What I Learned from Erin Walton. She stops by on Wednesday, July 24, at 8pm EST.