Thursday, September 30, 2010

Garry Peterson & Mick Mixon (part 3)



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UFO update w/Stanton Friedman

(TUESDAY 9/28/10) The riveting press conference this week by several former Air Force officers provides more evidence that unknown entities have been tampering with the US military's weapons systems. Our guests include UFO researcher Stanton Friedman and Stan Romanek, whose claims of direct contact with aliens are the subject of the book "Messages: The World's Most Documented Extraterrestrial Contact Story."

http://www.stanromanek.com/
http://www.stantonfriedman.com/

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UFO update (part 2)



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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

UFO update (part 3)



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PolitiFact: sorting out the truth in politics

(MONDAY 9/27/10) Bill Adair is the editor of one of the best known fact-checking websites, including its famous 'Truth-O-Meter' that rates the honesty of statements from politicians, news organizations, and talk show hosts.

http://politifact.com/

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Comedian Bob Marley

(MONDAY 9/27/10) Bob set a new Guinness World Record of 40 hours for 'Longest Stand-up Comedy Show by an Individual' on September 23rd. The event raised more than $12,000 for the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland.

http://bmarley.com/

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Should restaurants do calorie counts?

(MONDAY 9/27/10) As America's obesity problem continues to reach epidemic levels, is it time for fast food and other restaurants to provide specific nutrition and calorie information about their menus? Is it up to consumers to do their own research, or do we need to have a law requiring public disclosure of this information?

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Should restaurants do calorie counts (part 2)



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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/26/10 (hr1)

Jimi Hendrix generally is considered the greatest electric guitarist in the history of rock, and is often compared to world renowned artists. But who was Jimi Hendrix the musical pioneer? In his new book, "Nobody Cages Me," Corey Washington examines the artistic influences in Hendrix's brief life.

http://nobodycagesme.com/

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/26/10 (hr2)

Corey Washington continues. Later in the hour Allan talks to Kate Zernike, author of "Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party USA."

Also this hour, Allan discusses perpetual motion with Bradley Lockerman, the Executive Producer/Writer/Director of "The John Searl Story," a documentary that chronicles the life of John Searl and his extraordinary scientific claims that, if true, could solve the world's energy crisis.


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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/26/10 (hr3)

Bradley Lockerman continues

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The definitive Stevie Ray Vaughan

(FRIDAY 9/24/10) Author Craig Hopkins has produced a most (if not THE most) complete accounting of the life and music of one of the greatest contemporary blues guitarist in music history. "Stevie Ray Vaughan: Day by Day, Night After Night" is probably the most fact- and photograph-filled book on Stevie ever published.

http://stevieray.com/

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Monday, September 27, 2010

Behind the scenes of "Seinfeld"

(FRIDAY 9/24/10) Jeff Bye witnessed the development of the hit comedy series as a production assistant in the early days of the show, and became the person in charge of warming up the crowd during lengthy filming sessions.

Coming up in the near future, Allan will interview Josh Levine, the author of "Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good: Larry David and the Making of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm."

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Where are the moderates?

(WEDNESDAY 9/22/10) Allan wants to know why the extremists in the listening audience always seem to get the most airtime on talk radio, while middle-of-the-roaders seem to be largely silent.

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Where are the moderates (part 2)



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Where are the moderates (part 3)



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The recession's over!......isn't it?

(TUESDAY 9/21/10) According to the federal government, the recession officially ended last summer. What would it take for you, the average citizen, to believe things are getting better? What sort of indicators are you looking for?

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

The recession's over!......isn't it? (part 2)



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Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America

(TUESDAY 9/21/10) "Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America" is Kate Zernike's eye-opening look inside the Tea Party, introducing us to a cast of unlikely activists and the philosophy that drives them. She shows how the movement emerged from an unusual alliance of young Internet-savvy conservatives and older people alarmed at a country they no longer recognize.

http://www.amazon.com/Boiling-Mad-Inside-Party-America/dp/0805093486

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/19/10 (hr1)

Drummer Frankie Banali of Quiet Riot has opened his personal home video vault for a documentary about the metal band that ruled the early 1980's. This film takes a journey back to the decade of debauchery and decadence, with videos shot backstage, on the tour bus, in the recording studio, and in hotel rooms with one of the 80's top platinum selling bands.

http://www.kickstarter.com/

Later in the hour, it's another spine-tingling discussion with our favorite paranormal expert, Joshua P. Warren. Among the topics discussed is the story of "Robert the Haunted Doll" in Key West, Florida.

http://joshuapwarren.com/

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/19/10 (hr2)

Joshua Warren continues

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

SUNDAY syndicated program 9/19/10 (hr3)

Dick DeBartolo is a longtime writer for Mad Magazine, and is often referred to as "Mad's Maddest Writer." He served as the magazine's "Creative Consultant" from 1984 to 2009. These days, Dick is a gadget enthusiast, host of The Daily Giz Wiz, Special Correspondant to Computer America, and a regular guest on ABC's World News Now.

http://gizwizbiz.squarespace.com/

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Perpetual motion revisited

(FRIDAY 9/17/10) A follow-up discussion on Professor John Searl, who claims his magnetic generator can save our planet from economic and environmental disaster. Professor Searl is the subject of new documentary written and produced by today's guest, Bradley Lockerman.

http://johnsearlstory.com/

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Perpetual motion revisited (part 2)



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Monday, September 20, 2010

Perpetual motion revisited (part 3)



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The art of non-conformity

(THURSDAY 9/16/10) Chris Guillebeau is a writer, world traveler, entrepreneur, and lifelong learner, whose mission is to help people live unconventional lives, make their own choices, and change the world. His book, "The Art of Non-Conformity," is a collection of unconventional ideas based on Chris's personal experiences, including successes AND failures.

http://chrisguillebeau.com

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Saturday, September 18, 2010

SUNDAY syndicated program 9/12/10 (hr1)

Foghat is alive and well in 2010. This week, founding member Roger Earl talks with Allan about the early days of the band, as well as the new album "Last Train Home" and the 2010-11 U.S. tour.

http://www.foghat.net/

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/12/10 (hr2)

Roger Earl continues.

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/12/10 (hr3)

John Stossel has a question: If our leaders are really in favor of supporting small businesses, why is there so much crushing federal regulation of small business owners and entrepreneurs?

http://stossel.blogs.foxbusiness.com/

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Comedian Lewis Black

(FRIDAY 9/10/10) To coincide with Lewis' visit to North Carolina this week, Allan digs into the archives of his previous interviews with the comedian/TV star/author.

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The hidden danger of coal ash in NC

(FRIDAY 9/10/10) Recent news reports are bringing attention to the toxic danger from coal ash waste pits in the U.S., and now we are learning that North Carolina has more of these sites than any other state in the country. Our guest on this topic is Lisa Evans from Earthjustice, a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the right of all people to a healthy environment.

http://earthjustice.org/

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Don't know much about the Constitution

(WEDNESDAY 9/8/10) Consitutional scholar Mary Webster explains why most people have a distorted impression of the meaning of the U.S. Constitution, and don't understand the true meaning of the term "unconstitutional."

Later in the show, we take questions and comments from listeners about the Florida preacher who wants to burn Kurans.

http://Mary.Webster.org

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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Don't know much about the Constitution (part 2)



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Stossel: government is strangling small business

(TUESDAY 9/7/10) If our leaders are really in favor of supporting small businesses, why is there so much crushing federal regulation of small business owners and entrepreneurs?

http://stossel.blogs.foxbusiness.com/

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Labor Day with the Beatles & Stones

(MONDAY 9/6/10) For the labor day edition of the show, Allan is featuring interviews with Michael Frontani, author of "The Beatles: Image and the Media," and Rolling Stones insider Bill German, author of "Under Their Thumb." For the podcast links, see the archive calender on the right side of the screen directly under Allan's picture. Michael Frontani is archived in September 2009, Bill German is archived in April 2009.

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SUNDAY syndicated program 9/5/10

For the labor day holiday weekend, Allan is re-broadcasting his interviews with Tommy James and Rolling Stone writer Steve Knopper. For the podcast links, see the archive calender on the right side of the screen directly under Allan's picture. "TOMMY JAMES, MUSIC, AND THE MOB" is archived in July 2010, "WHY THE MUSIC INDUSTRY IMPLODED" is archived in April 2009.

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Paul Stanley of KISS

(FRIDAY 9/3/10) In addition to his ongoing musical collaborations with KISS, Paul continues his career as a visual artist, family man, and all-around busy guy.

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Jimi Hendrix biography: "Nobody Cages Me"

(FRIDAY 9/3/10) Frequent discussions on the greatest guitarists of all time always bring the name Hendrix to the forefront.
Generally considered the greatest electric guitarist in the history of rock music, Jimi Hendrix is often compared to world renowned artists. But who was Jimi Hendrix? In his new book, "Nobody Cages Me," Corey Washington examines the artistic influences in Hendrix's brief life.

http://nobodycagesme.com/

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Jimi Hendrix bio "Nobody Cages Me" (part 2)



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Voice for hire: launch a career in voice-overs

(FRIDAY 9/3/10) TV personality and voice artist Randy Thomas is easily the most recognized female voice in America. In addition to being the voice of "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider," Randy was the first woman to announce the Academy Awards, the Miss America Pageant, the Tony Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and served as the announcer for the 2004 Democratic National Convention. "VOICE FOR HIRE: Launch and Maintain a Lucrative Career in Voice-Overs" is available at:

http://www.randythomasvo.com

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Hey parents, what's with the attitude?

(THURSDAY 9/2/10) Public school teachers and administrators are encountering increasing hostility from parents of children who misbehave in school. Why are these parents blaming the school instead of disciplining their own little troublemakers?

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The magical healing power of dogs

(WEDNESDAY 9/1/10) Patti Sherlock has written several books documenting the unusual ability of dogs (and other animals) to detect physical and mental suffering in humans. "A Dog for All Seasons" is a memoir of Patti's brilliant and steadfast companion, Duncan, a Border Collie.

http://www.pattisherlock.com/

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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The magical healing power of dogs (part 2)



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The danger of mercury fillings

(TUESDAY 8/31/10) Charles G. Brown is National Counsel for Consumers for Dental Choice, established in 1996 by consumer advocates, mercury poisoning victims, scientists and mercury-free dentists to educate the public about the health and environmental dangers of mercury fillings, and to ensure more effective government oversight.

http://toxicteeth.org/

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Kids, wealth, and consequences

(MONDAY 8/30/10) Today’s affluent families struggle with the realization that wealth can fuel dysfunction; money can provide education, comfort, travel and exposure to high culture. But money can also paralyze people and rob them of ambition and meaning. Jayne Pearl, a business journalist for 30 years and financial parenting workshop presenter, addresses these issues in the book, "Kids, Wealth and Consequences."

http://www.kidswealthandconsequences.com/

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It's Psychotronic time!

(MONDAY 8/30/10) Michael J. Weldon is the foremost authority on "psychotronic" (horror/suspense/cult/sc-fi) movies, and shares his knowledge of the fascinating stories behind the creation of many of these cult classics.

http://www.psychotronic.com/site/


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