• 01:32

    MIA Where are the Mom's & Dad's

    in Entertainment

    In today's society we have many children raising themselves. Many parents have no idea or clue what their children are doing, what they are involved in & so forth. Children  fighing over shoes, posting video's of violent & seductive acts on social media sites. What are we as parent's teaching this upcoming generation. The old saying "It takes a village to raise a child" is no more. You have parents endorsing bad behavior & giving excuses of why their child behaves in a certain way. What happened to the day when any adult could help with the discipline of a child without having to defend themselves to the parent. Schools have become "No Tolerance", drop-out rates are on the rise, the new norm is teen's being tried as adults & locked up behind bars. We dig deep into this issue that impacts our future as a Nation, because these children are our future. Where are the parents let our friend Comedian Cory "ZooMan"Miller from Atlanta, GA tell you where "ZooMan" is famous for his Pres. Obama impersonation you don't want to miss "ZooMan" this Tuesday Night @ 10pm CST!Call in & share 917-889-8224

  • 01:30

    Just for Laughs with Zooman Spike Spillberg Live From the Director's Chair

    in Film

    Every major comedy show he has done it and now he has a new film Preaching in the Pulpit Starring Sherman Golden. Spike Spillberg Live From the Director's Chair

  • 00:49

    Topically Yours - Johnnie Mae & Reginald L. Wilson

    in Entertainment

    Host Deardra Shuler talks with Johnnie Mae and Reginald L. Wilson regarding their appearance in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, a play written by August Wilson and directed by Eugene Nesmith, running June 14-July 8th at Aaron Davis Hall New Haarlem Arts Theatre, located on 135th Street and Convent Ave., NYC.  Ms. Mae is best known for her HBO role as Louanne, the notorious maid in "Boardwalk Empire."  Johnnie Mae won an AUDELCO Award for Best Supporting Actress in "Why Old Ladies Cry at Weddings" and "What Would Jesus Do?"  She shared the OOBR Award for Best Ensemble Cast for "Shakin' the Mess Outta Misery."  She appeared in the New Harlem Arts Theatre production of "Blues for Mister Charlie," and "Dream Deferred" at the 133rd St. Arts Center.  TV credits include: The Big C, 30 Rock, Louie and Law and Order.
    Reginald L. Wilson received his MFA in Theatre from the University of Florida and his undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University. He interned under Theatre denizen Woodie King, Jr.  His performances include: "Black Angels Over Tuskegee," "Twisted," "Blues for Mister Charlie," and "The Meeting."  Wilson has done commercial work, industrials and music videos, including Gloria Gaynor's  30 year revival video "I will Survive." He portrayed Bobby Brown in Celebrity Close Calls.  His credits at FAMU and UF include "A Soldier's Play, Dearly Departed, Zooman and the Sign, Lysistrata, Media, Jitney, Home, Gem of the Ocean and Glengarry Glen Ross. He's an acting teacher/speech coach at the City College of NY.  For tixs: call 212-868-4444/www.smarttix.com

  • 01:30

    Just for Laughs with HBO Def Jam Comedian Cory "Zooman" MillerSpike Spillberg Live

    in Film

    You have seen him on HBO Def Jam, Comic View, Bad Boys of Comedyand many other comedy shows, now Big Rome comes to you Live From the Director's Chair.Spike Spillberg Live

  • 01:01

    Teddy Harrell...Making an Impact with AAPACT

    in Lifestyle

    Theodore “Teddy” Harrell, Jr. is the Founder and Producing Artistic Director of the African American Performing Arts Community Theatre (AAPACT) in Miami-Dade County’s Liberty City community. Currently, under Teddy’s direction AAPACT is staging its sixteenth professional theatrical production Jelly Bellywritten by Charles Smith. Recently, Teddy directed a staged reading of Lolita Stewart-White’s All-American screenplay in conjunction with the Miami Filmmakers Project. Teddy is also entering that project into the “Miami Made” Weekend Festival at the Adrienne Arsht Center.
    As an actor, Teddy has performed in numerous stage productions throughout the Southeastern region including AAPACT’s production of Zooman and the Signin the role of Reuben. A gifted vocalist, Teddy joined and toured with the renowned singing group - The Drifters in Europe. Teddy works as an Eligibility Supervisor for the Miami-Dade County Community Action Agency and is the proud father of Olivia Victoria and Trey Christian.

  • 02:43

    Sexual Freedom or The Death of Sex?

    in Entertainment

    Sun. Jan. 23, 2011 - 10PM ET. 8PM PT
    Tonight’s Topic:Sexual Freedom or The Death of Sex?

    Join us "Live In The Vocal Booth with The BKS1 Radio Team; Storm Norm “The General”, Trish aka "Super Woman ", Chill Mr. Keep It Real, Smoov P, Pretty Ricky and Jeff aka Short Fuse”

    Take a trip back to the seventies when Sexual freedom was emerging, but it seemed to only effect the hippie/music culture while mainstream America condemned it. Fast forward 30 years and sexual freedom has poured over the moral barriers and sex is everywhere from group sex at college parties to teenagers with multiple sex partners to Adults indulging in sexual exploration of all kinds.

    We have commercials promoting potions to increase the intensity of your sexual experience and info commercials to sell pleasure toys. Has America become a sex crazed nation? Has the sex industry created an unhealthy sexual atmosphere where sex has to be extreme to be pleasurable? Has it contributed to sexual assaults? This is a touchy subject but not one that we are afraid of Join us “Live In The Vocal Booth?

    "Don’t Miss This weeks CD Review AT 10PM ET. TONIGHT THE BKS1 TEAM & YOU THE LISTENER BE THE JUDGE. TOGETHER WE REVIEW & RATE ON A SCALE FROM 1 to 5 Jamie Foxx new release "Best Night of My Life"

    Special Musical Guest: Gregory Abbott

    In Studio Guest: Laff Mobb's own Cory "Zooman" Miller

    Watch Us Now Live On WWW.BKS1RADIO.COM

    CALL IN & BE HEARD 646-929-1530



  • 01:20

    Address: House of Corrections

    in Youth

    Monice Mitchell Simms and her cast: Carl Gilliard playing "Corn", Toby Smith playing "Johnson", and Joy Demichelle Moore playing "Merry" will join us to discuss her book Address: House of Corrections.  
    Monice Mitchell Simms is the wife of Relationship Coach Ryeal Simms.  She is a Screenwriter, Playwright, Poetess, Novelist, Journalist, Blogger, and Artistpreneur.
    Carl Gilliard is a Chicago/Detroit native is a veteran actor, director, marketer and producer. As an actor, Carl has appeared in over 2 dozen plays mesmerizing audiences with his trademark baritone voice and fearless character portrayals. He has appeared in “The River Niger”, “Livin’ Fat”, “Bubblin’ Brown Sugar”, “Zooman & The Sign”, “South Of Where We Live”, “Jeffrey’s Plan” & “The Ninth Wave”. And...more...
    Toby Smith graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School and Howard University before making Hollywood her name.  She has appeared on comedy television shows such as "Moesha", "The Parkers", "The Steve Harvey Show", and "The Gilmore Girls".  She has also made appearances on "The Boston Public" and "Strong Medicine". She has also appeared in film.  And...more...
    Joy Demichelle Moore having a diversified career portfolio that includes acting successes in national television commercials, network television, regional theatres, non-profit organizations, business owner Joy DeMichelle is perfecting JOY as she is reinventing herself, to create balance in all areas of her life, as she fully expresses all of who she is. 
    During the broadcast we will also make a connection with youth back then to youth of today.  Don't miss out on this fabulous show!!

  • 02:00

    WTF Online Radio Show with guest 'Zooman'

    in Entertainment


  • 00:30

    Interview with Director, Writer, Publisher, Actor, Author Stanley Bennett Clay

    in Entertainment

    Stanley Bennett Clay received 2 NAACP Theatre Awards and 2 Drama-logue
    Awards for writing and directing the stage play “Ritual.” The film version, starring Clarence Williams III and Denise Nicholas, marks Clay’s film writing/directorial debut and was voted The Jury Award at the 2000 Pan African Film Festival.

    Clay produced on stage the GLAAD, L.A. Weekly, L.A. Times and NAACP
    Award-winning musical “Children of the Night” and the world premiere of
    James Graham Bronson’s “Willie & Esther.” That production received
    2 L.A. Weekly Awards as Best Play and Best Ensemble Performance.

    Clay wrote, directed, and composed “Street Nativity” (commissioned by the National Council of Negro Women for the Black Family Reunion Festival), wrote/directed the play “Lovers,” (Theatre of Arts) directed west coast premieres of “Jonin’” at The Harmon Theatre (Drama-logue Award/Direction) and “The First Breeze of Summer” (Theatre of Arts).

    He is the author of three novels, “Diva” (Holloway House), “In Search Of Pretty Young Men” and “Looker,” (Simon & Schuster/Atria Books). “Search” won the 2004 N.Y. Hotep Society Book Award for Best Gay Novel.

    Former Editor-In-Chief of Black Beat magazine and American Correspondent for London’s Blues and Soul magazine, Clay published and edited SBC magazine for 10 years (1991-2001), at the time the most widely distributed periodical for the black LGBT community.

    A Los Angeles-based actor, he starred, guest-starred, and/or has been featured in over 200 TV episodes, films and commercials, including “Good Times,” “Cannonball,” “Minstrel Man,” “Man Friday” and “Cheers.”

    His received the NAACP Best Actor Image Award for his stage performance in the Inner City Cultural Center’s production of “Anna Lucasta” and was nominated for the same award (and won another Drama-logue Award) for his performance in the Lafayette Players West’s production of “Zooman and the Sign.” Other stage performances include “Or” by Felton Perry (One Flight Up), “So

  • 02:00


    in Entertainment

    Join us "Live in the Vocal Booth" with your BKS1 radio team; Storm Norm, Trish aka "Super Woman"and Miss Kiya Our special guest will be Cory The Zoo Man Miller Comedian, Zooman has headlined at clubs and colleges across the nation as well as appearing on Comedy Central, NBC's "The Tonight Show," HBO's "Def Comedy Jam," BET's "Comic View" and "Showtime at the Apollo." He was also a member of the Black Comedy Tour and has traveled all over Europe performing for the U.S. troops-CORY "THE ZOOMAN" MILLER WILL DO HIS FAMOUS PRESIDENT OBAMA IMPRESSION. Tonight's discussion is about REUNIONS connecting with friends and family reminiscing about the past, how it has made you who you are today and motivates you to a powerful tomorrow.This evening we will be featuring new music from MySpace Artists, so call in and rate them. You Be the Judge! Call in with your thoughts and questions at 1-646-929-1530. To have your new music or product featured on our show. Please send a request to: bks1radio@bestkeptsecretsent.com

  • 01:00

    Dork Forest Radio

    in Comedy

    Jackie and Joe discuss obsessions with the obsessed! This week: Karen Rontowski and the Zooman.