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Station 1 - Monday - Program Schedule - (PT)

4:00 pm 4:55 pm Weekly Creation Lightship Healings Ron Amitron
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly John Barbours World John Barbour
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Joyful Manifestation Show Sugandhi Iyer
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Weekly The Veterans News Hour David C. Cory, Richard Hurley
7:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly Life Changes Show Filippo Voltaggio
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly Angel Answers Amy Toy

Station 1 - Tuesday - Program Schedule - (PT)

11:00 am 11:55 am Bi-Weekly Wish Upon A Star Anndell Banks
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Bi-Weekly Loves Curriculum Jenny Hogg Ashwell
1:00 pm 1:55 pm Weekly Spouting Off Karen Kataline
4:00 pm 4:55 pm Weekly From Shelter Dog to Service Dog Janice Wolfe
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Peace Brain Show Dr Gail Lash
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Weekly Relationship Help Show Dr Rhoberta Shaler
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly Paradigm Shifters Veronica Entwistle

Station 1 - Wednesday - Program Schedule - (PT)

8:00 am 8:55 am Weekly Dr Ginas Radio Chat Dr Gina
10:00 am 10:55 am Weekly Angel Comedy Relief Lyn Marrero
11:00 am 11:55 am Weekly Business and Money Mentors Bonnie Gayle, Mia Saenz
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Weekly Dare To Dream Debbi Dachinger
1:00 pm 1:55 pm Weekly The Sports Doctor Dr Robert Weil
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly Happiness Hangout Lori Peters
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Ray Shasho Show Ray Shasho
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Weekly Ascended Masters at Work Shirlene Reeves
7:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly Creation Lightship Healings Ron Amitron
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly The Voice of the Ashtar Command Commander Lady Athena

Station 1 - Thursday - Program Schedule - (PT)

11:00 am 11:55 am Weekly All Paws Pet Talk Various Hosts
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Weekly Body Talk Live Jeremy Gateman, Laurie Z
1:00 pm 1:55 pm Weekly Lets Talk Healing Ataana Badilli
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Weekly Signs of Life Bob Ginsberg, Phran Ginsberg
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Joyful Manifestation Show Sugandhi Iyer
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Bi-Weekly Brits Got Your Number Brittany Johnson
7:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly Lets Talk Relationships Derek Hart
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly The Allow Love Show Mary Sherritt Russell, Rod Russell
9:00 pm 9:55 pm Weekly Adama Speaks Adama Alaji

Station 1 - Friday - Program Schedule - (PT)

4:00 pm 4:55 pm Weekly For the Love of Dog Janice Wolfe
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Weekly The Metaphysical Hour Julia Cannon
6:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly Why Life Is... Niles MacFlouer
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly Camerons Sports and Life Cameron Datzker

Station 1 - Saturday - Program Schedule - (PT)

9:00 am 9:55 am Weekly Temple of Health Radio Show Dr Susan Kolb
11:00 am 11:55 pm Bi-Weekly Eves Corner Prophetess Campbell
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Holistic Health Show Dr Carl O Helvie
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Bi-Weekly Spiritual Emergency Training Lynn Mystic-Healer
1:00 pm 1:55 pm Weekly Dont Panic Its Organic andy Lopez aka Invisible Gardener
4:00 pm 4:55 pm Bi-Weekly Peaceful Planet Marcia McMahon
4:00 pm 4:55 pm Bi-Weekly The Gray Brain and the Golden Soul Blake Rubie
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly Cosmic LOVE Dr Christopher Rudy
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly Sound Healing David Gibson
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Bi-Weekly Spiritual Activist Rahasya Uncensored
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Bi-Weekly Divine Intervention Karen Young
7:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly A Fireside Chat Lance White
8:00 pm 8:55 pm Weekly As You Wish Talk Radio James Gilliland
9:00 pm 9:55 pm Bi-Weekly New Realities alan steinfeld
9:00 pm 9:55 pm Bi-Weekly ET Yoga Charles Green
10:00 pm 10:55 pm Weekly Connect The Dots Tom Edison

Station 1 - Sunday - Program Schedule - (PT)

8:00 am 8:55 am Weekly Insight Out...the Naked Truth Errol Strider, Rochelle Alicia Strider
9:00 am 9:55 am Weekly Conscious Creation Dee Wallace
10:00 am 11:55 am Weekly Personal Planetary Healing Meditation Wynn Free
12:00 pm 12:55 pm Weekly Sri and Kira Live sri ram kaa and kira raa
1:00 pm 1:55 pm Weekly Love MY Renovation Project Mike Young
2:00 pm 2:55 pm Weekly The War Report on Public Education Dr James Miller
3:00 pm 3:55 pm Weekly Here We Stand Rev Kevin D Annett
4:00 pm 4:55 pm Weekly Shadow Politics Maria Sanchez, Senator Michael Brown
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly Akashic Wisdom Dahna Fox
5:00 pm 5:55 pm Bi-Weekly The People Speak Mike Kim
6:00 pm 6:55 pm Weekly Inspire Possibility Show Mark Susnow
7:00 pm 7:55 pm Weekly Creation Lightship Healings Ron Amitron

Headlined, Shadow Politics, February 18, 2018

Charles Hicks

In honor of Black History Month, our guest is Charles 'Chuck' Hicks, who we call "Mr. Black History" here in DC. He is the founder and director of the DC Black History Celebration Committee which celebrates black history year-round. Hicks is also a proud member of the NAACP and well known for providing 35 years of service to the DC Public Library’s Black Studies Center. Hicks is a supporter and advocate of the African American Civil War Memorial & Museum.

Headlined, The War Report on Public Education, February 18, 2018

Change is Mandatory

Please join Internet radio host Dr. James Avington Miller Jr. for a very special show on a model for creating the New Urban Positive Youth Development Public High School and for serving a larger purpose. In our next to last show, Dr. Miller will outline and explain the schools' vision, mission, goals, curriculum, pedagogy, and teacher education and training. This is a model where students and teachers are natural researchers. This is a must-listen show for all of our listeners who want to create a new future for our schools, our teachers, our parents. and our communities via the Positive Youth Development Model Movement.

Headlined, The People Speak, February 25, 2018

Paltalk chat room owner speaks with host Sophia Rae about the dynamics of running a large chat room.

Headlined, Here We Stand, February 18, 2018

Shame on You!
This Sunday February 18 on Here We Stand
3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern, 11 pm GMT on
Corporate Child Trafficking: A Case from Ireland

Headlined, Lets Find Out, February 18, 2018

Neimology Science expert

Sharón created Neimology® Science, the study of the placement of the letters in a name, after 15 years of research followed by 3 years of testing her theories in over 70 countries, including Russia, India and China. She then continued to develop how to interpret names over the next seventeen years, which is why Neimology® Science is so accurate today. She wanted to see if her methodology held true in different languages, and indeed it does. The greatest gift that came from developing Neimology® Science was being able to see all people as One, as our basic desires remain the same regardless of where we live or what culture we are experiencing. Over the years, she has been able to support thousands of people around the world in understanding themselves and others better.

Headlined, Ascended Masters at Work, March 7, 2018

Sam Liebowitz

Radio Show Wed. - Free Coaching Sam Liebowitz is our special guest. 

The Conscious Consultant | Talk Radio Executive Producer | Wellness Center Director

Mr. Liebowitz has combined his own unique talents with world class practitioners to provide the latest all natural healing methods to help people find the relief they crave. Mr. Liebowitz created the branding, social media, and marketing to raise consumer awareness and engage the local market, while overseeing the daily operations.

Join me WEDNESDAY at 6:00pm PST on BBS syndicated radio

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Headlined, Sri and Kira Live, February 25, 2018

Your Miracle Multi-Dimensional Presence

February is quickly closing and the ignition of March is already coming forward.  As the moment of Ananda calls out, NOW is the moment to fully call into creation your Miracle Multi-Dimensional presence.

Imagine your life with your creative nature in oneness with your divine illuminated self!  Imagine what you can accomplish as you bend time through multi-dimensional presence!

Yes…you can do this and all it takes is calling forward the ancient memories that are already awakening within you.  Today Sri & Kira will take you  on a journey throughout the cosmos as you REMEMBER and MANIFEST even more!

Headlined, Sri and Kira Live, February 18, 2018

Bhakti!  Claiming Creative Balance through Pure Love!

Going well beyond the limited dimensions of what love appears to be, the entire month of February is calling out to UNIFY the first and second chakras of all beings. This is the moment to harness your divine nature and step into the full presence and healing power of Bhakti!

Transcend the mundane as you reengage your divine heart in full support of your creative dreams.  When the gifts of Shanti & Bhakti unify….MIRACLES HAPPEN!  Today Sri & Kira share from their hearts so that your ascended presence ignites as your life soars with Peace, Love and ultimately Joy!

Headlined, John Barbours World, March 5, 2018

Norman Finkelstein disucsses his latest book Gaza: An Inquest into its Martydom with John Barbour and JP Sottile.

Headlined, Every Day is a New Day, April 18, 2018

Guest Regina Huber, Transform Your Performance in Business

Every Day is a New Day Show with Host Kim O'Neill

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 @ 7PM PST

Guest Regina Huber, Transformational Leadership Coach for Business Women, will be sharing with us how she got to where she is today, as well as importance of focusing on our strengths, having an empowering mindset and why she wrote a book on how to speak up.

Featured Talk Show Guest Appearances

Featured, Guest, Charles Hicks February 18, 2018

Broadcasting Date: 
Sunday, February 18, 2018 04:00 pm

Guest, Charles Hicks

Guest Name: 
Charles Hicks
Charles Hicks
Guest Occupation: 
Founder/Director of the DC Black History Celebration Committee, Community Activist
Guest Biography: 

Charles “Chuck” Hicks is the founder and director of the DC Black History ( Celebration Committee which celebrates black history year-round.  He is a community activist focusing on issues that directly affect the community. Hicks serves on several Martin Luther King Jr. committees providing guidance, leadership and support.  His work includes serving on the executive committee of the Martin Luther King Jr. DC Support Group, Inc.and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Award Committee. Hicks co-chaired the DC Host Committee for the dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.  He was co-chair of the DC Host Committee for the opening of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture. Hicks is also a member of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Hicks is also a member of the DC Commission on Aging and the newly appointed DC Commission on African American Affairs.  He also serves on the Commission on Black Men and Boys under the purview of the Honorable Eleanor Holmes Norton. He is also a devout member and trustee at Greater New Hope Baptist Church in Ward 1. Hick co-hosts with Joni Eisenberg the “Heal DC” radio broadcast on WPFW 89.3 FM. His service to the community also included work as the coordinator of labor for the District of Columbia for the Million Man March in 1995. Hicks was also a member of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Committee. He is the president of the Robert “Bob” Hicks Foundation which advocates for human and civil rights. 

Hicks is also a proud member of the NAACP.  He is also well known for providing 35 years of service to the DCPublic Library’s Black Studies Center. Hicks is a supporter and advocate of the African American Civil War Memorial &Museum. He is also founder of Bread-for-the-Soul Toy & Book Party – an HIV and AIDS organization which provides toys and books for Christmas to children whose parents have HIV/AIDS and to children who are diagnosed with HIV.

He is the former president of the AFSME District Council 20 and is a current member of the retirement chapter.Hicks continues his work as a member of the DC Democratic State Committee and is a dedicated member of two organizations that advocate for statehood for the District of Columbia – Stand Up! for Democracy in DC (Free DC) and DC for Democracy. Hicks is a member of the Waterside Tenants Association where he advocates for tenants’ rights and information transparency.  He is widely recognized for his support for the arts and community programming. Hicks is also an active member of several study groups.

Chuck recently received the 2017 Community Cornerstone Award from DC Councilmember Anita Bonds.

Featured, Guest, Sharon Lynn Wyeth February 18, 2018

Broadcasting Date: 
Sunday, February 18, 2018 06:00 pm

Guest, Sharon Lynn Wyeth

Guest Name: 
Sharon Lynn Wyeth
Sharon Lynn Wyeth
Guest Occupation: 
Author/Speaker-Reveals the neimoogy® science meaning in your name
Guest Biography: 

Sharón graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math.

Sharón initially taught in California before moving to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Schools. She continued to move around as she married an Air Force soldier. She was fortunate to always find a teaching job in each location. After Germany came Texas, and then Japan. Eventually she would also teach in New Mexico, Nebraska, Washington state and China, besides being a high school administrator in both Texas and Oregon. She retired as a high school principal in 2002, only to come out of retirement in January 2008 to become involved in schools for an additional two and a half years.

It was during her time in the schools that she linked the patterns in names to a person’s mindset or personality. She worked on figuring out the patterns of the different letters for fifteen years before she fully comprehended all of the nuances. Sharón took the opportunity to travel a large part of the world testing her theories for the first three years after leaving the education field. Many people requested that she write a book so that they could learn what she had realized about names.

It was during this time that she wrote "Know the Name; Know the Person", with the first edition being published in December 2006. The second edition, published in May 2010, added chapters on mnemonic devices to help people remember the patterns explained in the book and also how to compare two names. She is currently working on the third edition. She is also is working on her second book which combines story telling with logic to challenge people to think again about some commonly accepted beliefs that may no longer be serving us. Since the publication of her book, she focuses her time writing, traveling and sharing Neimology with others, and researching her theories.


Profoundly valuable and highly recommended.

This book posits the science of "Neimology, the study of names" and is ground-breaking, of potentially historic importance, and it affords broad-spectrum practical application. The empirical research and experience behind it has substantial credibility.

The notion behind the research and this book is that a person's oft-repeated name is initially inspired, releasing a resonance and predictable potential within the person's life expression. The author systematizes how people with names bearing the same initial vowel, initial letter, last letter and middle letters show consistent tendencies. Hence, the resonance of the name demonstrates correlated patterns of conduct due to the structure of the name. This observation is consistent with the ancient knowledge of most cultures' approach to naming children, where the given name "says it all." Offering this as a framework for decoding, she does not, for example, clam that every "John" will be the same, but that every "John" will share certain traits. Her system explains how and why these traits will be distinct from those shared by persons named Jemal, or James, or Jim. The resulting correlations are nuanced and valuable. Socially, this book can help make interaction with friends and strangers alike far more effortless and productive.

Unlike common "cookbook" approaches that merely share the meanings of names, the Wyeth system explores the personality traits associated to vowels and consonants, with interpretive weight given to their placement in the name. She enriches the reader with a systematic exploration and many illustrations. The reader is thus equipped with an interpretive framework applicable to any name. She tested the work in many countries who use the English Alphabet and found consistent results with only minor adaptations. This is significant. In addition she addresses nicknames, changed names, and other permutations involved in naming. In sum, rather than providing a fish to the hungry, she has provided a hook and bait so the hungry can catch fish and eat for a lifetime.

Cymatics, the study of the physical impacts of sound, demonstrates that sounds create visible geometries. Medical research has proven that cell structures, neurological systems, and the body generally does respond directly to sound. It shows that repetition of sounds can create or ameliorate disease. Making a connection between behavior associated to the oft-heard name and cellular responses proven in hard science is not an untenable leap.

Neimology offers a wealth of very useful applications for anyone who seeks to gain a sense of what lies beneath the surface in other people. The range of applications is broad-spectrum. Among readers who could benefit from Neimology are people in business, sales, counseling, politics, ministry, education, military leadership, and anyone seeking to refine simple interaction among other people in any capacity.

Featured, Guest, Daniel Sheehan February 19, 2018

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018 05:00 pm

Guest, Daniel Sheehan

Guest Name: 
Daniel Sheehan
Guest Occupation: 
Guest Biography: 

Daniel Sheehan, Esq.

In 2004, a group of grandmothers in Lakota country—an area comprised of nine Indian reservations in North and South Dakota—asked us to investigate and help them prevent South Dakota's Department of Social Services from removing their grandchildren from their families. The investigation uncovered that drugging and routine patterns of physical and mental abuse of Native children in foster care were leading to high levels of youth suicide. These atrocities are in direct violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), a federal law put into place in 1978. In response, we formed The Lakota People’s Law Project (LPLP) to help put a stop to the cycles of injustice leading to the slow genocide of the Lakota.

Our first program, the ongoing Lakota Child Rescue Project, launched in 2005 to address the actions we discovered, and to assist in the return of Lakota children to their families, tribes, and communities. This mission has expanded to include the creation of a tribal foster care program funded with direct Title IV-E funds from the federal government, bypassing the state of South Dakota. 

It was natural for us to expand our mission when the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) threatened the Lakota’s sacred lands and water. The injustices perpetrated against the Lakota during the peaceful and prayerful resistance to DAPL further demonstrate the government’s blatant pattern of contempt and disregard for the Lakota and their sovereignty.

LPLP engages in ongoing efforts to reclaim ancestral lands, and to stop all threats to Lakota land and resources. We believe that Native peoples possess inherent sovereignty and the right to autonomous rule and self-determination. The Lakota flourished for centuries before Europeans arrived on these lands, and their tradition of living in relation to all things is more important today than ever before. We are committed to working with the Lakota toward the revitalization of their people and culture. Learn more about our campaigns and discover how you can get involved!


Featured, Guest, JP Sottile February 19, 2018

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018 05:00 pm

Guest, JP Sottile

Guest Name: 
JP Sottile
JP Sottile
Guest Occupation: 
Freelance Journalist, Radio Host, Documentary Filmmaker
Guest Biography: 

JP SOTTILE is a freelance journalist, published historian, radio co-host and documentary filmmaker. His credits include a stint on the NewsHour news desk, C-SPAN, and as a newsmagazine producer for ABC affiliate WJLA in Washington. Joseph “JP” Sottile is a two-time Washington Regional Emmy Award Winner. Documentary film credits include: writer, director, producer of The Warning and various production and photography credits on other public interest films. His weekly show, Inside the Headlines w/ The Newsvandal, co-hosted by James Moore, airs every Friday on KRUU-FM in Fairfield, Iowa. He is the Newsvandal.


Featured, Guest, Brian Ellis February 19, 2018

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018 06:00 pm

Guest, Brian Ellis

Guest Name: 
Brian Ellis
Guest Occupation: 
Army veteran and Certified Peer Specialist
Guest Biography: 

My name is Brian Ellis.  Much like many other veterans, I was compelled to join the military after the September 11th attacks on New York and the Pentagon. On December 20th, 2001, I proudly raised my right hand and enlisted in the Florida Army National Guard as an 11 bravo Infantryman. I attended The Army’s Infantry School at Fort Benning, GA, from March 11th to June 14th of 2002. After completing infantry school, I proudly became part of the 53rd Infantry Brigade and assigned to C Company, 2-124 Infantry, out of Orlando Florida. However, my return to civilian life was short-lived because on December 24, 2002, I was activated by the Florida Army National Guard and ordered to report to the armory on December 26th for my first deployment. By January first, the unit was sent to Fort Stewart, GA for pre-mobilization training.

By the end of February 2003, the unit was sent to the country of Jordan for the Invasion of Iraq. During my deployment, C Company, 2-124 Infantry was attached to 5th Group Special Forces ODA 571 as quick reaction force, pilot recovery, POW processing, security and general support for our first mission. When our mission in the Iraqi desert and Jordan was over, we were all sent to Baghdad and attached to many other units. Our missions included, force protection, patrolling the streets of Baghdad and the Tigris River. On September 8, 2003, I was injured and medevacked out of Baghdad; I was sent to Landstuhl Medical Facility in Germany. From there I reported to Fort Stewart’s Medical hold battalion until I was rehabilitated and released from active duty.

After release, my injury forced me to re-class, so I left the infantry in 2006 and moved from unit to unit until December 2007 until my contract was up. Instead of reenlisting I took a short break from the military and went into the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR). However, by April of 2008, I found myself talking to a recruiter and decided to join an Army Reserves aviation unit as a Blackhawk mechanic. Shortly after my MOS training at Fort Eustis, VA, I began my flight training as a UH-60 Black Hawk crew chief in a newly formed Medevac unit. On Oct 20th 2011, my unit mobilized to Fort Hood, TX then to western Afghanistan where we were attached to the First Cavalry Division and the 12th Combat Action brigade for Medevac support. My platoon ended up in northwestern part of Afghanistan called Bala Murghab on Forward operating base (FOB) BMG. For the next nine months, I flew over 50 Medevac missions.

Although I finished my deployment in Afghanistan, I returned home somewhat lost and physically broken. I suffered from extreme chronic pain and loneliness that caused bouts of alcoholism, isolation, and self-destruction. Thanks to the hard work of the men and woman of the Tampa VA hospital’s Center for Post Deployment and Education (CPHE), I am in recovery from alcoholism, and the effects of PTSD are manageable. However, I am still working on my progress to better my  quality of life.

During my time at the VA, I was asked by a member of the CPHE  to develop a program that would help other veterans’ transition and recover from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from a veteran’s point of view. I began my program in April of 2015, at the time, the CPHE had between 20 to 30 patients enrolled; the program I put together lasted 22 weeks and included groups and one on one mentoring sessions under the supervision of licensed mental health practitioners. The program was a success, both veterans and VA Peer Specialists utilized the program to help veterans.

In all, I spent over 700 hours volunteering as a Recovery coach at the Tampa VA.  After obtaining my State of Florida Peer Specialist certification in October of 2016, I begin working for the Society of St Vincent de Paul. As a veteran Peer Mentor and homeless outreach specialist. 90 percent of my time was spent calling shelters, walking in the woods and combing streets to locate homeless veterans. During this time, I learned more about people in a raw environment and why they end up homeless and walk away from society. It is my goal to become a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a military culture awareness trainer in the near future. My drive is from my own experiences, I truly believe that properly trained and educated veterans are the most qualified to help the veteran population and their family ease the pain of transition and recovery.

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