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  • 02:27

    Writer's Block 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour" 11am PST

    in Culture

    10am to 11am PST - Writer's Block


    Tim Pylypiuk and Bob Delaney talk about fictional languages and the authors that go above and beyond basic storytelling to fashion a world with its own rules, logic, make-up, and inhabitants.  Featured today is Gene Roddenberry, J.R.R Tolkien and William Shakespeare with stand-up comedian Jim Gaffigan as a thrown in bonus during the break.


    11am to 12pm PST - Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour:  Faherenheit 451 Act One Finale Preview"


    Act One Finale Preview

    Synopsis:  A workprint, non-soundtracked version of the upcoming Act One Finale performed by Tim Pylypiuk and featuring a complete runthrough of the soundtrack listing that will make up the majority of the episode.

    Original Novel By:  Ray Bradbury

    Adapted and Performed By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Soundtrack By:  Pink Floyd, The Gorillaz, Yoko Shimomura, The Gentleman Losers and Julee Cruise

     Fahrenheit 451 available where books are sold



  • 00:31

    SME Eva Angvert Harren joins Kori to Discuss Busting Writer's Block

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    Eva Angvert Harren specializes in a body centered approach to recovery and complete wellness. She offers the BEAM LiFE Process, as a transformational, effective, and personalized formula to empower the lives of women who want a way to heal from the core.

    Eva assists you to find relief from anger, anxiety, stress, and habitual patterns that hold you back from who you want to be. After releasing tension and pain in your body you start to feel the internal peace and aliveness available. Without having to re-live your story you learn skills in understanding and managing feelings, sensations, and emotions. You learn how to reclaim your power, restore your peace, and recover yourself.


  • 02:21

    Writer's Block: "Adaptions" - 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour" 11am PST

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    10am to 11am PST - Writer's Block "Adapting to Adaptions"

    Today's episode looks at what goes into adapting a pre-existing piece of work for another medium as host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney offer their perspective on this ultimate test of a writer's flexibility.


    11am to 12pm PST - Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour"


    Synopsis:  In anticipation of the impending serial adaption of Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451", host Tim Pylypiuk offers an early preview of a few opening scenes along with a reading of their source, a run-through of the permier episode soundtrack and some words from Ray himself on what went into the formation of this influential work.

    Rated:  Public for all ages.

    Original Novel By:  Ray Bradbury

    Serial Adaption By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Soundtrack By:  Gorillaz, The Gentleman Losers and Toro Y Moi



  • 01:37

    A Kind Voice on Books and The Writer's Block

    in Books

    In the first hour on A Kind Voice on Books Jason Lawrence will interview Dr. James Millhouse. Dr. Millhouse is a licensed psychologist out of Atlanta Georgia who provided mental training for sports performance to athletes from the amateur to the professional and Olympic level in almost every sport. He has also been featured on NBC Nightly News during the Olympics as the next breakthrough in athletic training. One of his most recent accomplishments, however, is the publication of a great new book called, The Parents Manual of Sports Psychology: A Practical Guide to Achieving Athletic Success. It’s a great new guide based on Dr. Millhouses years of experience working with athletes of all ages, and it lays out a comprehensive plan for re-training the mechanics of an athlete’s mind so as to ensure they always play at the top of their game.

    In the second hour on  The Writer's Block, Bonnie Marlewski-Probert will interview Cynthia Brewster-Keating and on the topic of FEAR. Fear of publishing, fear of sharing your kind voice, fear of success, fear of failure... FEAR is what holds most people back from living the life they were meant to live and for writers or artists, that fear can be paralyzing. 

    Cynthia just published a book written by her mother when her mother was just a teenager. Sadly, even though her mother was fearless when it came to horses, when it came to publishing her work, she was unable to muster up the courage to do it. However, after her passing in 2009, Cynthia discovered the unpublished manuscript and made it her mission to see her mother's dream become a reality. The book is entitled, Over Hill n' Dale and it tells the story of two tween BFFs who love horses and share adventures over the summer. 

  • 00:30

    A Writer's Block

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    Winter Giovanni, is a native of Norfolk, Virginia. She is a single mother of five and currently seeking her bachelor's degree in
    Social Work at Norfolk State University and associate's degree at Thomas Nelson Community College. Ms. Giovanni started writing her first of three urban novels four years ago. She was inspired by rap artist/actor/author LL Cool J aka Todd James to write, "The Rise and Fall of a Hustler". Knowing that she had a story to tell of living the life of a hustler's wifey including ducking bullets and getting robbed, Ms. Giovanni knew she had a story to tell. Thus, as she began breathing life into her ink pen, she soon thereafter completed her first manuscript. It laid dormant for two years due to her enduring many trials and tribulations. Soon after getting her feet planted back onto planet rock, Ms. Giovanni became a hurricane and nothing would stop her from getting her book to her future readers. She not only had to prove that dreams can come true, she had five reasons and tiny eyes watching her so she had to keep on keeping on. "if you can dream it, you can believe it, you can achieve it!" So, just sit back, relax and enjoy as you are put on an emotional roller coaster as you take a ride on the wild side of Winter Giovanni's lane.

  • 01:31

    A Kind Voice on Books and The Writer's Block

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    In the first hour Jason Lawrence will interview Young Adult fiction author, Ms. Kendare Blake. According to Kendare she writes horror, mythology and dark fantasy novels. Her most famous work - so far - includes Anna Dressed in Blood, which was a Kirkus 2011 Top Ten and NPR 2011 Top 5 pick, and is being developed for film by Stephenie Meyer's Fickle Fish Films. However, her latest publications are the Goddess War series, which include Antigoddess and its sequel Mortal Gods, both of which follow dying Greek gods in the present day and the teenagers whose lives they ruin, teens who just happen to be reincarnations of great Trojan heroes.

    In the second hour Bonnie Marlewski-Probert hosts the Writer's Block Segment where we discuss some of the challenges faced by writers.  Bonnie will interview Jim Pendleton about his WWII book, The Special. Jim is now tackling a much bigger project… a series that focuses on the tensions that existed between world powers in the 1930s and 40s. What is so interesting about Jim's work is that while his stories focus on the events of WWII and the world at that time in history, they are really about  relationships,  love, and people coming together and learning to understand each other better.

    Among his challenges are determining how many books there will be in the series, framing up what will be covered in each of the books and creating a story arc that will run throughout. Jim's challenges are the same as those of any artist who takes a blank canvas and creates something memorable from that blank canvas.

  • 02:20

    Writer's Block 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour" 11am PST

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    Writer's Block "Words Coming to Life and Adaptions" - 10am to 11am PST


    In tribute Leonard Nimoy and his incomparable depiction of Star Trek's Mr. Spock, Tim Pylypiuk and Bob Delaney look at making

    words leap off the page into the public's heart and soul based on the storyteller's approach along with a continuation of other methods involving adaption.


    Radio Drama "Faherenheit 451 Grooming Hour" - 11am to 12pm PST


    Synopsis:  Scenes from the upcoming Act One, Episode Two part of Tim Pylypiuk's serial adaption will be read from the "Workprint Edition" along with a preview

    of said episodes official soundtrack.

    Novel By:  Ray Bradbury

    Serial Adaption By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Official Soundtrack By:  Pink Floyd, Gorillaz and The Gentleman Losers


  • 01:52

    Writer's Block "Advocacy" 10am PST/Radio Drama "The Silent Affliction" 11am PST

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    Originally Broadcast February 4th, 2014


    Writer's Block "Advocacy In Writing"- 3pm to 4pm

    Host Tim Pylypiuk along with co-host Bob Delaney take things down a notch and examine writing as a valuable tool for self-advocacy and personal development.  Discussion also includes how other artists insert layers of themselves into their stories as a way of lending a voice to those without one.


    Radio Drama - 5pm to 6pm "The Silent Affliction"

    Synopsis:  An autistic teenager re-calls five periods in his life where he was misunderstood, stepped on, and lonely via Five Objects in "The Memory Room"; his mind's central hub.

    Originally Written in 1993 by:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Adapted By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Starring:  Bob Delaney, Tim Pylypiuk, Erik Estrabrook, Jacynth Geschke, and Maria Illiou

    Music By:  Pink Floyd, The Doors, and The Cranberries.

  • 02:08

    Writer's Block 10am PST - Radio Drama "Scholastic Memories" 11am PST

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    Broadcast of March 3rd, 2012 Episode


    Writer's Block 10am PST "Children's Writing and Books"

    Host TIm Pylypiuk and Co-host Bob Delaney examine the popular, varied genre of Children's Writing with a special examination of how autistic kids apply and develop their craft.


    Radio Drama 11am PST "Scholastic Memories"

    Synopsis:  A grown man wakes up in the hallways of an abadoned school, unsure of whether it's all a dream or reality.  Hounded and tortured by a demon masquerading as a teacher, he looks for a way out while igniting long hidden memories from his past that may be connected.

    Rated:  PG-13 for violence and scary images

    Written and Adapted by:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Starring:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Soundtrack By:  Akira Yamaoka





  • 01:58

    Writer's Block Wednesday!

    in Relationships

    Join Michael Webb and TriniRumPunch as we discuss tonight's TLC topic- Sticking Around vs. Moving Forward! When should you stay in contact with an ex or break away completely?


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  • 02:59

    Writer's Block 10am PST/Radio Drama 11am PST "The Wishing Wizard"

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    Writer's Block "Myths, Folklore and Other Things" 10am to 11am PST

    Tim Pylypiuk and Bob Delaney bring you a new episode for 2014 with a variety of topics, main being a look at myths and folklore in addition to Bob giving his perspective on the art of editing.


    Radio Drama "The Wishing Wizard" - 11am To 12pm


    Synopsis:  A hunter saves an entrapped Wishing Wizard and is thus granted three wishes.  But he soon finds out that it's not what you wish for, but WHO is granting them you should be mindful of.

    Rated Public:  For All Ages

    Written By:  Tim Pylypiuk

    Performed By:  The ANCA Saturday Group

    Special Apperance By:  Phoebe Murer