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Public affairs program bringing you news and information you won't find elsewhere on your radio dial, at least in the Lowell, Massachusetts area.
Josh Jalinski was recently named a Five-Star Wealth Manager for 2011 - 2014 (4 years in a row!) as featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine. Josh was also named a finalist for Advisor of the Year by Senior Market Advisor magazine - out of thousands of financial advisors who were nominated for the award, the editors chose only the top five advisors in the United States. Not only is Josh highly regarded in the financial community but he also is an educator with an abundant amount of radio experience. Featured on Comcast's Lynn Doyle Show, CNN, and other nationwide radio and TV spots, Josh teaches you how to lower risk, minimize taxes, and maximize wealth!
Javier Romero, Paula Arcila y Osvaldo Vega te acompañan todas las mañanas de 6am a 10am con un show cargado de buena energia, actualidad, noticias y un entretenimiento sano para toda la familia.
News from BBC World
For nearly two decades, Big Band & Classic Jazz has explored the roots of America's jazz heritage. This inclues syncopated society music, ragtime, blues, early jazz, and into the swing era. Join your hosts Thomas Durnin and Dennis Campa as we listen to a variety of jazz and pop sounds form the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. And we'll also hear more recent reocrdings made in the earlier styles. Everyone from territory bands (who often were only known regionally), to the big nationally known stars of records and radio.
José Antonio Álvarez y Roxana Garcia hacen que se te olvide el tráfico de la tarde con una mezcla muy picante de farándula y entretenimiento. Lunes a Viernes de 3pm a 7pm.
With over 30 years in broadcasting as a news anchor, sports anchor, weather person, feature reporter, talk show host, investigative reporter, documentarian and commentator in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Diego, Larry Mendte has become a staple in media. He was not only the first host of Access Hollywood, but he later wrote and directed "Alex Scott: A Stand for Hope," a documentary that won the national Sigma Delta Chi Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards, 11 Film Festivals, 12 Emmys and is on permanent exhibit at the Paley Center. The documentary led to an annual telethon that has raised over 15 million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Mendte was responsible for changing two state laws in Illinois after a series of reports on school bus safety and it was his series of commentaries on 9/11 First Responders that helped pass the Zadroga 9/11 First Responders health and compensation bill.
One of KOOP's longest-running programs, Jamaican Gold walks the timeline of Jamaican music from 1960 to 1980: starting with uptempo early ska, swinging into soulful rocksteady & revive, easing into the inception and development of reggae, and ending with ethereal, effects-driven classic dub. Now in his 16th year of somehow being tolerated by KOOP management, host Art Baker brings extensive knowledge and a large personal library of these musical styles (as well as the occasional hangover) to bear each week as he traces the evolution of these great sounds.
Host Joe has spent the last several years studying and participating in various day trading products. He has settled on Delta Trading group and Price Action Trading as the winning group and trading techniques. Each week he invites the guests to a free visit to the trading room so they can see, hear, and witness for themselves how the group creates wealth. The founder of Delta Trading Group, Dr. Vance Cast, has 26 years of trading experience in the computer programming of institutional trading. He educates on proprietary, successful trading strategies, and shares trade secrets the trading institutions don't want people to know.
South Asian music, devotional, classical instrumental/vocal, ghazals and new and old hindi film songs
A bilingual soccer program with a first half hour in Spanish and the second one in English. A program with news and events related to the sport around the city (Longhorns soccer, Austin Aztex, Austin city league) and the world. It will include analysis of the World Cup in South Africa, listener participation and commentaries about how soccer explains the world.
Free Samples explores the art-form of sampling by showcasing deep-cut original sample material, and celebrating the tracks that flipped them. Expect to hear funk, soul, jazz, rock, hip-hop, dance, pop and probably everything else! Let's have some fun with it.
Dr. Michael Savage is a multimedia icon in the conservative movement, heard by millions of listeners a week across the United States. He is also the author of 25 books, including four New York Times best-sellers. In 2007, his media presence and profile earned him the coveted “Freedom of Speech Award” from Talkers Magazine.
Katz’s Corner is a weekly call-in radio show on WABC 770AM Sunday morning’s from 7A-7:30A dedicated to giving you straight talk on your health. Hosted by Dr. Aaron Katz — Chairman of Urology at Winthrop University Hospital, a board-certified urologist, clinical researcher and the author of Dr. Katz’s Guide to Prostate Health — the show cuts through the confusing and often contradictory messages you hear about how to live a healthy lifestyle. Tune in and learn which foods make you healthy, and which dietary supplements are supported by solid scientific research. Dr. Katz also discusses important health concerns like heart disease, cancer, the environment and the role supplements can play in helping prevent and even treat these conditions.
Adventures in Sound is a free-form show that explores music spanning more than 120 years of recorded sound. Every week for nearly a decade, Dennis Campa has highlighted a variety of music from his collection of 15,000 plus records and cd's. Among the sounds you may hear: century old recordings by noted vaudevillians; musical oddities only found in thrift stores; vintage blues & jazz sides; and records made by movie and television stars. Over the last several years, many local bands have appeared live on this show. Among the noted musicians who've played live on Adventures in Sound are: Wino Vino, Aunt Ruby's Sweet Jazz Babies, Urban Achievers Brass Band, Bruce Salmon, The Cats and the Canary, Yes Ma'am Brass Band and many more! Email requests or comments to: [email protected]
Tom Sullivan is a daily, topic-driven look at news and issues that have or will have impact on your life along with a give-and-take discussion with listeners on those issues. One of the west coast’s most successful talk hosts, Tom brings integrity, life experience, intellect and likeability, as a benchmark of his show. Anchoring on the Fox Business Network places him in a unique position at a time where economic topics are important to us all, allows his business acumen to be of particular value to Fox News Talk listeners.
An extended Curtis and Kuby show where we give you all the info you need ... It's new years day for Curtis but Kuby is to hungover to show up.
Funny...topical...irreverant. You think it...he says it! All describe "Imus in the Morning", heard on 84 radio stations coast to coast and now simulcast on Fox Business Network (FBN). The I-Man has entertained millions of listeners in New York and across the country for decades with humor, perspective, and biting commentary that has won him fans of all ages. Imus in the Morning offers a mix of current affairs, politics, money news, entertainment, and sports. It's a regular stop on the circuit for no-holds-barred interviews with Washington insiders, pundits, best-selling authors, politicians, and cultural icons.
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Dr. Calapai is Board Certified in Family Medicine Board Certified in Anti Aging Medicine Board Certified in Chelation Therapy Dr Calapai's approach is a comprehensive in nature, evaluating all of the causes of illness, and taking into consideration a full understanding of each patient. The more we comprehend, the more able we are to accurately diagnose and treat disease. Education is an essential part of the doctor patient relationship, and he strives to teach as much as possible so that they can come away with considerably more information than ever before. Whether in office or on the radio, the goal is to make even complex things easier to understand. In so many cases there are far more causes of illness than meets the eye. As we evaluate all causes we can attain far greater results.
Larry Kudlow is host of CNBC's primetime "The Kudlow Report" (7pm-8pm ET). He hosts "The Larry Kudlow Show" on 77 WABC Saturday mornings from 10am to 1pm. He is also the founder and CEO of Kudlow and Company, LLC, an economic research and consulting firm. Mr. Kudlow is a familiar face in Washington and on Wall Street -- a renowned free market, supply-side economist armed with knowledge, vision, and integrity acquired over a storied career spanning three decades. He offers a tremendous wealth of insight and expertise to help investors better navigate tomorrow's evolving economic and political terrain.
"Our country is classic, our swing is Western, and the rockabilly is the early kind from the late 50s," declares Rod Moag, host of this long-running KOOP show. Rod brings in samples from his vast collection of vinyl albums, CDs and cassettes, and spices up the show with live appearances by both Austin performers in his favorite styles of music, but also well-known country and swing stars passing through Austin. Supporting KOOP's mission, Country, Swing, and Rockabilly Jamboree gives special attention to women, Latino artists, the elderly, and those not finding a voice elsewhere. Guests performing live in the studio have ranged from an 92-year-old former drummer with Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, to a Japanese country deejay, to a lady yodler from Australia. Listeners can also expect liberal helpings of background info on artists, songs, social themes, and trends in the music .
Hosted by Brian Kilmeade of the top rated morning show in cable news, Fox and Friends. Brian will offer his take on the top stories of the day, with newsmakers and guest experts offering their insight and perspective, along with segments featuring the top personalities of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. And, of course, listener’s point-of-view and discussion are always welcome. And it’s all presented by affable, everyman … Brian
A high-octane guitar-oriented rock/metal/punk show to fuel inject those dangerous mid-week doldrums. You can check out Rock N Roll Pest Control on Facebook....just search for Rock N Roll Pest Control, look for the picture of Lemmy, and there ya go!
Jos Roozen grew up on a tulip farm near the Dutch city of Haarlem on Holland’s coast (as if you couldn’t tell by listening to him) and became a Horticulturalist. In addition to his vast knowledge of flowers, his expertise on the diagnosis of plant diseases and insects as well as their treatment is highly recognized in the industry. After moving to the States in 1970, Jos founded Roozen’s Nursery in Fort Washington, MD. Approximately ten years ago Jos branched out into the saltwater fish business, which has grown into the largest retail operation of it’s kind on the East Coast, with multiple shipments from around the world arriving daily. Rick Fowler co-hosts GARDEN SENSE. Rick is a native Washingtonian and familiar voice on 630 WMAL. Before teaming with Jos, Rick was quoted as saying "If it weren't for crabgrass, I wouldn't have any grass at all." After several months of following Jos Roozen's guidance, Rick is no longer embarrassed about having guests over. Rick now says "if I can do it, anybody can do it... stick with Jos".
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Driving in the Left Lane! Cutting edge alternative journalism, politics, and culture in the spirit of the 60's underground press. Host and producer: Thorne Dreyer Co-producer and engineer: Tracey Schulz Rag Radio features hour-long in-depth interviews and discussion about issues of progressive politics, culture, and history. Our guests include newsmakers, artists, leading thinkers, and public figures – from Austin, Texas, and around the world. Host Thorne Dreyer was a founding editor of Austin's historic 60s underground newspaper The Rag and edits The Rag Blog, a nonprofit progressive internet newsmagazine based in Austin. He was also a founding editor at Space City! in Houston and an editor at LNS in New York, and was general manager of KPFT, the Pacifica radio station in Houston. With roots in the 60's, Rag Radio often features content about the history of Austin's unique counterculture and its political and literary traditions.
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