Dr Ginas Radio Chat, May 10, 2017

Dr Ginas Radio Chat with Dr Gina

Dr Ginas Radio Chat with Dr. Gina R. Prince

Guests, Larry Blackmon, Larry Dobson, Val Young, Elyshia Brooks and Comedian A-Train

Guest, Marilyn D. York, ESQ.

Guest Occupation: 
Men's Divorce Attorney

Sports and Life, May 5, 2017

Cameron Live with Cameron Datzker

Cameron's Sports and Life with Cameron Datzker and friends

Guest Name, Mack Maloney

Mack Maloney
Mack Maloney
Author of best-selling "Wingman" series and Radio Show Host

Mack Maloney is the author of the best-selling “Wingman” series, (Open Road Publishing). With more than one million books sold, Wingman is considered one of the most popular military aviation series of the past two decades. His new book, “Wingman 18 -- Battle for America,” was published May 2.

Mack is also the author of “UFOs in Wartime – What They Didn’t Want You To Know" (Penguin Books.) Why are UFOs spotted more often during times of war? Mack tracks this phenomenon from Biblical times right up to the present, citing dozens of instances of UFOs being present during key battles in World War One and Two, the Korean War, Vietnam and the First Gulf War.

Mack is also host of the popular “Mack Maloney’s Military X-Files” radio show heard on a number of internet networks as well as Armed Forces Radio. Discussing everything from UFOs, ghost ships, missing aircraft and conspiracy theories, the show made national news two years ago when an alien calling in from 44 light years away correctly predicted the outcome of the Super Bowl.

Mack is also a member of the rock group SKY CLUB whose self-titled CD (Voiceprint Records, London) tells the story of a spaceman stranded on a deserted planet with only the songs on his iPod to keep him sane.

Life Changes Show, April 24, 2017

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio and cohost Mark Laisure

“Giving The Gift of Time,” with Guest, Writer and Author of “The Efil Brothers,” Collin Lee and Musical Guests Robot Nature featuring DPAK on The LIFE CHANGES Show


Guest Name, John J. Dwyer

John J. Dwyer
John J. Dwyer
historian and author

Novelist and Oklahoma native Ralph Ellison said, “You have to leave home to find home”, an apt description of the journey of John J. Dwyer, author and general editor of The Oklahomans. The Dwyer family roots were firmly transplanted from Ireland to Oklahoma by John’s great-grandfather and grandfather, the latter who settled in Oklahoma City in 1909, just two years after Oklahoma achieved statehood. Although born in Dallas, TX, John was relocated to Oklahoma when his widowed mother returned to her home when he was two years old.

It would be on Oklahoma soil that his mother instilled in him his love for history, and coupled with his unusually creative imagination, it soon became apparent that John not only liked to hear great stories of legend and history, but to make up his own as well. It would be out of a sense of divine purpose that he would use that creativity in response to a higher calling in the years to come.

John began a career in journalism during his high school days when he served in a variety of roles, including news and sports reporter, for the Duncan Banner, a daily newspaper in his small Oklahoma hometown. He was the youngest sports editor in the newspaper's history by the time he attended the University of Oklahoma on a journalism scholarship. He graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Arts and sciences degree in journalism.

Dwyer further developed his journalistic skills in radio as a play‐by‐play football and basketball announcer for several radio stations. He won the coveted position of sports director for the University of Oklahoma's 100,000-watt KGOU‐FM radio station. For seven years, he provided live, on‐air reports to America's largest radio networks of University of Oklahoma college football games.

Except for a year in England during 6th grade, John lived in the Sooner State for 28 years before returning to Dallas in 1986 to attend Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned his Master of Biblical Studies. While there, Dwyer worked part time on the sports staff of The Dallas Times Herald, which at the time owned one of the five largest circulations of any daily newspaper in Texas. It was in Texas that he met and married his wife Grace in 1988 and settled down to start his family.

In the spring of 1992, Dwyer and his wife founded the Dallas‐Fort Worth Heritage newspaper, which would grow to a circulation of 50,000 per month at the time of its sale, after nearly a decade, to new owners. The Heritage pioneered innovative features such as full color photography and graphics, an expansive web site, a cluster of informative daily radio programs, and an aggressive, uncompromising brand of investigative news reporting unprecedented for contemporary news publications holding an orthodox Christian worldview.

In 2006, at the urging of his family and the Oklahoma Historical Society, John returned to Oklahoma to tackle the colossal task of writing The Oklahomans: The Story of Oklahoma and Its People, which was endorsed as an official project of the Oklahoma Centennial Commission. He has completed volume 1 (Ancient‐Statehood) and a portion of volume 2 (Statehood‐Present), which releases in November 2018. He is now in his twelfth year as Adjunct Professor of History and Ethics at Southern Nazarene University. He is former history chair at Coram Deo Academy, near Dallas, Texas. His books include the non‐fiction historical narrative The War Between the States: America's Uncivil War (Western Conservatory), the novel When the Bluebonnets Come (Bluebonnet Press), the historical novels Stonewall and Robert E. Lee (Broadman & Holman Publishers), and his newest historical novel is Shortgrass. It’s sequel, Mustang (Tiree Press) will release May, 2018.

John and Grace have one daughter and one grandson and live in Norman, Oklahoma. 

John Barbours World, May 1, 2017

John Barbour's World with John Barbour

John Barbours World with John Barbour and guest JP Sottile


Guest Occupation: 
licensed psychologist, social worker and certified school psychologist


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