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Women in Business - Dr. Gayle Carson
The Creation of the SOB Radio Network
The Thomas Jefferson Hour is a weekly radio program dedicated to the search for truth in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson.
Our third president, Thomas Jefferson, was a man of the Enlightenment, a student of human nature and gentlemanly behavior, and he applied this to his personal life as well as to both the national and world wide challenges he faced during the forming of our nation. Nationally acclaimed humanities scholar and award winning first person interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Clay Jenkinson, portrays Jefferson on the program, and he answers listener questions while in the persona of Jefferson--his answers are grounded in the writings and actions of the great man.
Radio Ecoshock Show - Alex Smith
A startling way to reduce carbon in the atmosphere. Dr. Peter Kelemen, of Columbia University reports from Oman. Are you dreaming of moving to the country? We get tips from Jill Winger at her Prairie Homestead in Wyoming. Plus answers for climate doubters, from Professor Jim White.
Today's Homeowner with Danny Lipford
The show covers remodeling projects from start to finish and looks at the latest trends in home improvement. Regular segments include Simple Solutions, which offers innovative tips to help solve common household problems; Best New Products, featuring the latest gadgets and tools to improve a home; and Ask Danny, in which Lipford answers viewers' questions on a variety of home improvement topics. Today's Homeowner is nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award.
The Shortwave Report
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, Spanish National Radio, Sputnik Radio, and Radio Havana Cuba.
The Lynne Show - Lynne Bernfield
Johnny Epstein has had a long career as a Shakespearian Player and acting teacher. Although he knew from age 7 that he was comfortable on stage – when he spontaneously adlibbed to cover a fellow student missed cue – it was a series of unplanned and unintended actions and comments that lead him to realize that acting was his career. To help him overcome a fear of water his parents sent him to Tuffs Magic Circle summer day camp because campers were encouraged to swim and, by the way, spent the mornings doing theater. Johnny spent 3 years there enjoying doing plays but did not think of acting as a “profession.” Following his first performance in a Shakespeare play (As You Like it) the shop teacher a “plain man with little exposure to Shakespeare” said “I saw that As You Like it – you’re a great actor – is this going to be your profession” This was the first time Johnny considered of acting as a profession. Listen to this knowledgeable, articulate man describe the ironic way he got his first role on Broadway and talk about his life, the work of acting, and the upcoming production of Midsummer Night’s Dream– performed by his class of 2nd year graduate students at the FSU Conservatory for Acting Training.
With a successful career spanning 50+ years, Dr. Gayle Carson is no stranger to the camera. Both in front and behind the scenes. She has an incredible gift of conversation and understanding on what it takes to build a business and promote the heck out of it both on line and behind the camera. In this episode, Dr. Gayle, known as the SOB, will talk about what it takes to get on radio and TV and some of the secrets behind the scene. We will talk about dress, props, the 30 sec- 3 min sound byte, how you can translate to a networking event etc.
Questions we want to get answers for from the SOB:
• How did you get into radio and TV?
• Where did the S.O.B.. come from?
• Did your business background help you?
• Do you coach people in this?
• What is your favorite thing to do in your spare time?
Insurance coverage losses under the proposed American Health Care Act replacement were a matter of life and death and how the defeat of Trumpcare can open the door to HEALTH CARE FOR ALL!
. Deborah Burger, Co-President, National Nurses United and RN Dr. Donald E. Moore, Physicians for a National Health Program, N.Y. Metro Chapter, and MD, MPH
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
Hands On, an exciting series that covers global awareness of the environment, development, human rights and health issues. Each week a featured topic is discussed and people are interviewed on the topic.