Tune In, Slow Down, Live Well! Hosted by travel industry veteran Steve Andrews, international award-winning Australian chef/author Sally James, and European-trained sommelier Scott Lewis, proprietor of the V Wine Cellar, Slow Living radio challenges listeners to breath out, tap the brakes, slow down and get back to a place where life is more fun and rewarding. Each week Slow Living radio presents you with engaging guests and topics. Food, wine, travel, health & fitness, home design, greener living, entertainment, cool events... so sit back and enjoy the ride with us in the pursuit of endless discoveries. Get Back to RealLife with Slow Living radio, Mondays from 6-7pm!
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Sports Byline USA is America's #1 Sports Talk Show. Now in its 20th year, Sports Byline USA has become the most popular radio sports talk network in the country. It's heard on nearly 200 radio stations and by 2.2 million listeners per week. Additionally, Sports Byline is heard internationally on 500 stations of the Armed Forces Network as well as in Canada and the Virgin Islands.
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Inspiring, Compelling TALK. Award-Winning CONTENT. The Eric Metaxas Show offers compelling perspective on American culture, political life, and stories making news around the corner and across the globe.
Heard on leading radio stations from coast-to-coast, The Eric Metaxas Show taps the unique talent of one of America’s best known authors, commentators, TV personalities and public speakers for radio unlike anything ever heard before: compelling, compassionate and interactive as Eric and his listeners seek answers to life’s toughest questions together.
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Tired of the usual liberal/conservative treatment that strangles most media debates? Fed up with positions ignored unless they meet their pigeon-holed agenda? Then tune in to Alan Nathan, the centrist with teeth, as he advances a more biting aggressiveness to both sides of the political spectrum. Named three times by Talkers Magazine as one of the top 100 talk hosts in the country, Alan Nathan has gone toe-to-toe with national leaders, columnists and extremists from all corridors of public argument. Also known as the “militant moderate,” Alan Nathan is an Achievement in Radio award nominated host and former national television correspondent. http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/alan_nathan.html
Every program begins with his mantra, "We want the Republicans out of our bedrooms, the Democrats out of our wallets, and both out of our First and Second Amendment rights." (He additionally challenges the Libertarians.) He's been called the "centrist with teeth," who conducts a guest-generated, panel-driven, dialogue and debate show that moves at about 125mph. Alan insists that regardless of the issue, (political, social or cultural) one can be both substantive and spirited.
As an eyewitness on 9-11, Alan was the first member of the media to report the attack on the Pentagon. Compelling and irreverent, Alan has often been a guest panelist on a myriad of television outlets including CNN and The Fox News Channel. He lectures at live events (Harvard, American University, George Mason University, etc.) and has had numerous published writings carried by such outlets as The Washington Times, The Washington Examiner, World Net Daily, Insight Magazine and Front Page Magazine. Excerpts from his columns have been quoted on the floor of the House of Representatives and were additionally cited in The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune. Now in his 14th year of national syndication, the Battle continues . . .
Welcome to Bill Martinez Live, a syndicated conservative talk radio show across America and around the world via The GAB, SDG Radio Networks and CRN.
Our mission is to keep you informed on what’s happening in your world. And to present a forum that allows us to talk about the two things you’ve been told to never talk about, politics and religion.
Experience demonstrates that if done in earnest and truth, both subjects should reinforce and advance the thoughts and ideas of our culture in a constructive manner. The lie is that these are mutually exclusive and in conflict.
I have found that in the absence of fact, opinion rules. And it seems that the one who is loudest wins the argument. Not necessarily, it just means you are loud but still wrong. Our culture is being bombarded these days with more opinion than fact, more lies than truth, and somehow this is dangerously acceptable and politically correct. Just look at the results and I ask, “How is that working for you?” As Ronald Reagan said, “Facts are stubborn things.”
My hope and prayer is that together we can advance the cause of truth in one another, our families, our communities, our country and the world. No doubt this is a lofty goal, but I believe we can do this together.
Welcome to the conversation, and I invite you to get involved and let’s get our country back on track honoring our rich heritage and those heroes that gave it all for our freedoms. Let’s hear you on the radio
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Chuck Wilder, started with armed forces radio aboard the USS Matthews, and then became one of the highest rated radio rock jocks in Texas. He hosted a TV dance show on two ABC stations in Texas and New Mexico, and acted as music director, program director and producer, Billboard DJ of the year, and member of the board of directors academy of country music . Chuck gave up his exciting career to hook up with George Putnam. With the sad passing of George Putnam, Chuck now hosts Talk Back in the original tradition of George.