Radio show – Colin Marshall Radio http://colinmarshallradio.com/ Mon, 16 May 2022 16:48:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://colinmarshallradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1-1-120x120.png Radio show – Colin Marshall Radio http://colinmarshallradio.com/ 32 32 Announcement of the launch of the pet radio show “Arden Moore’s Four Legged Life” https://colinmarshallradio.com/announcement-of-the-launch-of-the-pet-radio-show-arden-moores-four-legged-life/ Mon, 16 May 2022 16:48:44 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/announcement-of-the-launch-of-the-pet-radio-show-arden-moores-four-legged-life/ Arden Moore, popular host of the longest-running animal podcast in 15 years, is coming to Syndicated Radio! His new show, “Arden Moore’s Four-Legged Life” will launch on May 21 and will be heard on more than 60 radio stations across the country. Her podcast Oh Behave, a 5-time Podcast Award finalist, has twice been named […]]]>

Arden Moore, popular host of the longest-running animal podcast in 15 years, is coming to Syndicated Radio! His new show, “Arden Moore’s Four-Legged Life” will launch on May 21 and will be heard on more than 60 radio stations across the country.

Her podcast Oh Behave, a 5-time Podcast Award finalist, has twice been named one of Oprah Winfrey’s favorite pet podcasts. Recently, Arden’s podcast landed on Dogster magazine’s Top Ten Podcasts list.

Arden Moore is a cat and dog behavior expert specializing in promoting the health and safety of pets. She shares her knowledge as a sought-after speaker, Certified Fear Free Pets Professional, and best-selling author of over two dozen pet books. Moore is also a Certified Pet First Aid/CPR Instructor. She is the founder of Pet First Aid 4U and the Education Director of Pro Pet Hero. She teams up with Pet Safety Dog Kona and Pet Safety Cat Casey to deliver hands-on vet-approved classes in person and via ZOOM around the world.

With her new show, Moore will bring her knowledge of pets, her interviewing skills and her parenting style to the airwaves. She treats her experts like welcome guests and makes sure her listeners stay motivated to tune in to gain practical pet knowledge on her shows.

“For over 20 years, I have been dedicated to bringing out the best in pets and their people. I am so happy to connect with pet lovers on the radio every week. Top pet experts will give d “great tips and insights on every show. I’ll also be highlighting everyday people who are doing amazing things for pets. Listen to us as we embark on this pet journey together,” Arden Moore said.

The radio show “Arden Moore’s Four-Legged Life” debuts May 21 with two major guests: Dr. Marty Becker and Dr. Gary Weitzman. The two well-known vets recently offered their skills to help pets on the Ukrainian border during the ongoing conflict there. They will share first-hand accounts of the situation, identify ways people can help, and talk about the powerful connections pets have with people around the world.

Dr. Becker, better known as “The American Veterinarian,” is a New York Times bestselling author and founder of Fear Free Pets, a program designed to reduce fear, anxiety, and stress in cats and pets. dogs in various situations. Dr. Weitzman is president of the San Diego Humane Society, recognized as one of the nation’s most innovative animal shelters. He is also the bestselling author of several books on dogs and cats published by National Geographic.

Listen to “Arden Moore’s Four-Legged Life” when it airs May 21. For more information or to find a local station, go to https://www.ardenmoore.com.

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Arden Moore is the host of the podcast and syndicated radio show, “Arden Moore’s Four-Legged Life”. She is a bestselling author and speaker.

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Radio show host resurfaces for live broadcasts despite sexual harassment scandal https://colinmarshallradio.com/radio-show-host-resurfaces-for-live-broadcasts-despite-sexual-harassment-scandal/ Thu, 12 May 2022 19:38:00 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/radio-show-host-resurfaces-for-live-broadcasts-despite-sexual-harassment-scandal/ Garrison Keillor, the creator of A Prairie Housemate, is back on tour for live shows, nearly five years after facing a sexual harassment scandal. In November 2017, Minnesota Public Radio severed ties with Keillor after receiving a report of alleged inappropriate behavior with a woman who worked with him. Keillor’s Solo Tour includes a stop […]]]>

Garrison Keillor, the creator of A Prairie Housemate, is back on tour for live shows, nearly five years after facing a sexual harassment scandal. In November 2017, Minnesota Public Radio severed ties with Keillor after receiving a report of alleged inappropriate behavior with a woman who worked with him. Keillor’s Solo Tour includes a stop at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on July 10.

Keillor, 79, was charged with inappropriate sexual behavior with an employee on his show, leading MPR to cut ties with its biggest star. Keillor also lost its weekly Washington Post column and MPR cut links with PrairieHome.org and stopped distributing his show The Writer’s Almanac. Keillor and MPR settled the matter out of court, and the records of A Prairie Housemate and The Wrier’s Almanac were once again available online. Despite the changing perception of his career, Keillor began working on his comeback. In April, he publishes Boom Town: A Wobegon Lake Novel.

“For me, it’s not worth thinking about,” Keillor told the StarTribune recently asked about his detractors. “It’s five years. If people still see it as a problem, that’s up to them.” In an interview with the Wabash Plain Dealer, Keillor called his scandal a “shakedown” and insisted that the original complaint was filed by a contractor who had not received compensation. However, a MPR News An investigation published in January 2018 revealed multiple allegations of “inappropriate behavior”, beyond that which led to cutting ties with MPR.

“It is what it is. And there is no way to defend yourself in this atmosphere. #MeToo, the motto was women must be believed. And so the women who made the accusation did not never been cross-examined. They were never questioned by anyone,” Keillor told the Wabash Plain Dealer. “They made their statements and they wanted anonymity. And they wanted money. And an insurance company paid the money and then MPR said something that I had been inappropriate and I don’t know what they meant by that. first page of the New York Times. And that will end your career.”

Particularly, Keillor’s schedule does not include stops in Minneapolis or St. Paul. Its chief executive, Kate Gustafson Sanderson, told the StarTribune she thinks most of his critics don’t think he should be performing in the Twin Cities, so he avoids them.

“There’s a strong vocal minority that feels like they’re on a mission to stick it on us, and you can’t answer every question they have. They’ve made up their minds,” Sanderson said. “We say, ‘Trust us’, but what can you do? We don’t want to dismiss the Me Too movement. It’s critically important. But if you knew everything, we just don’t adapt to it. not.”

Keillor will stop at the Ryman Auditorium on July 10. While some of his other small town stops have been solo shows, the Nashville date is billed as A Prairie Home Companion American Revival, starring Aoife O’Donovan, Joe Newberry, Heather Masse, Rich Dworsky, Sam Bush, Pat Donohue, Fred Newman, Tim Russell and others join him. This is his first Ryman appearance since splitting from MPR. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. on the Ryman website.

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DJ Big Hass Drops New Radio Show and Other Area Pop Culture Highlights https://colinmarshallradio.com/dj-big-hass-drops-new-radio-show-and-other-area-pop-culture-highlights/ Thu, 12 May 2022 06:48:15 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/dj-big-hass-drops-new-radio-show-and-other-area-pop-culture-highlights/ How Bollywood expertise can cement cultural ties between Saudi Arabia and India RIYADH: Film and entertainment collaborations are expected to play a crucial role in the promising new era of cross-industry cooperation between Saudi Arabia and India under their strategic partnership. Barely four years after film screening resumed in the Kingdom, influential players in India’s […]]]>

How Bollywood expertise can cement cultural ties between Saudi Arabia and India

RIYADH: Film and entertainment collaborations are expected to play a crucial role in the promising new era of cross-industry cooperation between Saudi Arabia and India under their strategic partnership.

Barely four years after film screening resumed in the Kingdom, influential players in India’s multi-billion dollar film industry, better known as Bollywood, are being urged to seize the opportunities opening up in a rapidly changing country that now aspires to be a world-class film center.

The fact that India is a market with immense potential and the presence of a large Indian diaspora in the Kingdom make the nation of 1.38 billion people a natural partner for Saudi Arabia as it seeks to diversify its economy away from oil and towards the creative industries. , among other areas.

An agreement between Saudi sports authorities and the Indian Ministry of Ayush aims to promote the teaching of yoga in the Kingdom. (Provided)

“I see huge potential for future collaboration on film production and other cultural sectors between India and Saudi Arabia,” Saudi Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan wrote in an article. of opinion for India time newspaper on May 1, after a three-day visit.

“We have seen many synergies along the cinema value chain, such as co-producing family-oriented content, developing infrastructure and promoting local talent.”

As part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 social and economic reform program, the government aims to increase household spending on cultural and entertainment activities inside the Kingdom from 2.9% to 6%.

To achieve this, the Kingdom has generously allocated resources to the national film industry, as well as the opening of dozens of new cinemas, concert halls, sports arenas and recreational facilities across the country.

Having long enjoyed cordial diplomatic and commercial relations with New Delhi, the Saudi authorities are now aiming to establish mutually beneficial ties with India’s highly successful Hindi film industry.

Last month, Saudi Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan met with Bollywood executives in Mumbai during a three-day visit to India. (Provided)

The Saudi Ministry of Culture established its dedicated Film Commission in February 2020 to help transform the Kingdom’s film industry into a major economic engine.

Existing collaborations with Bollywood have already increased the distribution and exhibition of Indian films in Saudi Arabia.

“Kaala”, a film by iconic Indian actor, producer and screenwriter Rajinikanth, became the first Indian film released in the Kingdom in 2018, while acclaimed Bollywood film “83” premiered at the International Film Festival. Red Sea movie in 2021.

Prince Badr also met Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan in Mumbai. (Provided)

The potential returns from an expanded partnership are enormous. The global film and video market reached a value of nearly $234.9 billion in 2020, having grown at a compound annual growth rate of 2.4% since 2015.

The market is expected to reach $318.2 billion by 2025 and $410.6 billion by 2030.

“With India’s film industry being one of the largest and most famous in the world, and as Saudi Arabia aims to become a world-class film hub with an expected contribution of $6.9 billion to the GDP of the Kingdom by 2030, there are many opportunities for the film industries of both nations,” Prince Badr said.

Prince Badr also met Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in Mumbai. (Provided)

“From talent to production, distribution and technical know-how throughout the value chain, there are many areas where the two countries can collaborate and create content suitable not only for their respective countries. , but also to a global audience. ”

As Chairman of the Film Commission, Prince Badr led a Saudi delegation to India in April to discuss ways to expand cultural partnerships, particularly in the film industry.

The delegation included representatives from Film AlUla, a company established in early 2020 by the Royal Commission for AlUla with a mandate to promote filming in the historic AlUla region of Saudi Arabia and develop a film-friendly ecosystem to support filmmaking. productions.

The historic region of AlUla in Saudi Arabia attracts international film productions. (Provided)

During the Saudi delegation’s visit, Film AlUla representatives met with prominent Indian filmmakers including Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar.

“India’s film sector is one of the best known and most successful in the world and during our recent visit we were delighted to meet many of the industry’s most famous individuals and entities,” Abdullah said. Al-Eyyaf Al-Qahtani, the Film Commission’s CEO, told Arab News.

“With our own film industry among the fastest growing in the Middle East and North Africa, we can learn a lot from Bollywood and provide opportunities for major Indian productions and companies in Saudi Arabia. We look forward to continuing to strengthen ties with India as the Saudi film sector reaches new heights, both at home and abroad.

India and Saudi Arabia have enjoyed decades of strong economic and socio-cultural ties since formal relations were established in 1947.

Existing collaborations with Bollywood have already increased the distribution and exhibition of Indian films in Saudi Arabia. (Provided)

These ties were cemented in the 1950s when King Saud and Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru exchanged visits – a cordiality that has continued to this day with similar visits from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and India’s Prime Minister. Narendra Modi.

In the meantime, trade partnerships between the two nations have developed rapidly. In the financial year 2017-2018 alone, India-Saudi bilateral trade stood at $27.48 billion, up from $25.1 billion in the previous year, according to India. Economic period newspaper.

Plans to bring Bollywood to Saudi Arabia have been underway for several years. In February 2019, the Kingdom’s General Entertainment Authority signed two agreements with Indian companies pledging to organize a series of concerts featuring the best artists in Hindi cinema.

The deals were struck at the Saudi-India Forum in New Delhi during Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to India in 2019, when he considered over $100 billion in investment opportunities in India.

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The film industry is expected to contribute $6.9 billion to Saudi GDP by 2030.

Indo-Saudi bilateral trade reached $27.48 billion in the financial year 2017-2018.

Saudi Arabia signed trade deals with India worth $100 million in 2019.

Significantly, the highlight of the final day of the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah last December was the presence of a number of Bollywood celebrities, including Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, who brought everything their glamor at the world premiere of the film “83.”

In comments to Arab News, Singh said, “I’m really happy to be here. This is my first time in Saudi Arabia. I’ve always been fascinated by Saudi culture and hope to get a taste of it tonight.

“83” was released in the Gulf region on VOX cinemas on December 23, a day before its worldwide release.

Bollywood celebrity Ranveer Singh at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah last December. (Provided)

“I think the opening that we Bollywood artists have in Saudi Arabia is a great opportunity to showcase the talents of these two beautiful countries,” said Abu Malik, an Indian singer and music manager based in Mumbai. , to Arab News.

“Many shows have been held in Saudi Arabia with immense success. I hope to have the opportunity to perform a musical show in Saudi Arabia soon.

The film industry is not the only area where the two nations have been keen to encourage collaboration. Along with strategic investments, emphasis has been placed on strengthening cultural ties.

For example, on June 21 last year, coinciding with International Yoga Day, the Leadership Development Institute of the Saudi Ministry of Sports signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Institute of Yoga Morarji Desai, an affiliate to the Indian Ministry of Ayush, to promote the teaching of yoga. in the Kingdom.

Acceptance of the physical and mental health benefits of yoga has been facilitated by the Kingdom’s burgeoning investment in sports and public health initiatives. (Provided)

The agreement paved the way for the establishment of formal yoga standards and courses in Saudi Arabia and for collaborations in research, education and training.

Yoga, originating in India, is a popular activity all over the world. In Saudi Arabia, acceptance of the physical and mental health benefits of yoga has been facilitated by the Kingdom’s burgeoning investment in sports and public health initiatives.

“Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 has a lot of potential and promise for creating a mutual cultural heritage between two nations that have rich histories and strong ties,” Shobhaa De, an influential columnist and Indian socialite, told Arab News.

Shobhaa De

De, who has written 22 books including ‘Bollywood Nights’, added: “Beyond Indian cinema, there is enormous potential to enrich the cultural landscape in deeply meaningful ways.”

For Riyadh as for New Delhi, the commemoration of 75 years of Indian independence is a valuable opportunity to reflect on past decades of strong economic and socio-cultural relations while looking to the future.

“India continues to be a market of great strategic importance to Saudi Arabia, and we are seeing a steady increase in opportunities for cooperation and knowledge sharing between the two nations, as well as synergistic investments for growth. mutual,” Prince Badr said in his speech. Publisher of the Times of India.

“Through consistent and meaningful engagement with government entities, strategic partners and wider participants in India, we look forward to strengthening this highly promising sector as we together shape a common future for our nations.”

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Nicole Johnson finds a seat at the table with a radio show about black Nova Scotians https://colinmarshallradio.com/nicole-johnson-finds-a-seat-at-the-table-with-a-radio-show-about-black-nova-scotians/ Wed, 04 May 2022 13:56:08 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/nicole-johnson-finds-a-seat-at-the-table-with-a-radio-show-about-black-nova-scotians/ When Nicole Johnson found herself out of work due to the pandemic, she said she sat on her couch with a cup of tea and asked God what to do next. Johnson said she then pitched an idea for a black-focused talk radio show for a community radio station, CIOE-97.5FM, in Lower Sackville. “I don’t […]]]>

When Nicole Johnson found herself out of work due to the pandemic, she said she sat on her couch with a cup of tea and asked God what to do next.

Johnson said she then pitched an idea for a black-focused talk radio show for a community radio station, CIOE-97.5FM, in Lower Sackville.

“I don’t know radio, but I know I have a heart for people,” Johnson said last week in an interview with the Examiner. “And I just focused on that and made that my main reason for developing a story, choosing the guests, learning about them, and then talking with them on the show.”

“I met the owner of the station, Jim Robson, he listened to my pitch, and he spoke, and he gave me an opportunity. And I ran with it.

Photo: Nicole Johnson

Johnson is now the host of A Seat at the Table, an hour-long interview show airing Wednesday at 7 p.m. on 97.5FM.

Since the show’s debut, Johnson has hosted a number of guests, including Russell Grosse, Executive Director of the Black Cultural Center and Technical Director of the CIOE, James Downey, Owner and CEO of Blacktop Asphalt Paving Ltd., and its Director of Gary Good Operations, and Reverend Debbie Simmonds of East Preston United Baptist Church, of which Johnson is a member.

“There is an old adage and proverb in the scriptures that says, ‘What good can come out of Nazareth?’ said Johnson. “But what good can Preston take out? North, East, Loon Lake, Cherry Brook? Great things have been and great things still are. And so that’s kind of where my head is. It’s like changing that negative and celebrating and showcasing the positive and all the great things we do.

“I’m a person who likes to observe people, see what they do, how they invest and how they overcome. And these are things that should definitely be heard and celebrated.

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A seat at the table welcomes Nicole Johnson and former Nova Scotia Lieutenant Governor Mayann Francis. Photo: Nicole Johnson.

One of Johnson’s most recent guests was former Lieutenant Governor Mayann Francis, who was Nova Scotia’s first African Nova Scotian to hold the position.

On Johnson’s show, Francis spoke about his upbringing at Whitney Pier, Cape Breton, and as a member of the African Orthodox Church where his father was a clergyman.

She spoke about her education and career, her experience as Lieutenant Governor, her memoir and children’s book, and some of the issues she considers important today.

Stories for upcoming shows

Johnson volunteers in her role as host of A Seat at the Table. She also works as a Community Specialist with Halifax Public Libraries, with a particular focus on services and programs in the Township of Preston.

Johnson said she hoped to interview poet and author George Elliott Clarke, members of 902 Man Up about their work around local crime prevention and her own grandmother who, in the 80s, returned to the school.

“She has a great story,” Johnson said. “In his day, they were raising families and they weren’t able to complete their education. But she loved education. She has always been proud to be an educator. And so I want to share his story.

Johnson’s most recent guest is a local black female entrepreneur, Tia Upshaw.

“And that’s another great story,” Johnson said. “A young woman who changed her whole life as a single mother, someone who was incarcerated and is now enjoying great success.”

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A Seat at the Table, host Nicole Johnson and entrepreneur Tia Upshaw. Photo: Nicole Johnson.

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University’s immunization radio show wins award https://colinmarshallradio.com/universitys-immunization-radio-show-wins-award/ Tue, 03 May 2022 22:34:28 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/universitys-immunization-radio-show-wins-award/ Post views: 114 A special radio program which aimed to encourage young people to get the Covid-19 vaccine – devised by the University of Bedfordshire and Luton Borough Council – won silver at the 2022 Amplify Awards. Radio LaB’s #CovidConversations The project started in September last year after the station was approached by Luton Borough […]]]>

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A special radio program which aimed to encourage young people to get the Covid-19 vaccine – devised by the University of Bedfordshire and Luton Borough Council – won silver at the 2022 Amplify Awards.

Radio LaB’s #CovidConversations The project started in September last year after the station was approached by Luton Borough Council with the idea – inspired by the fact that the number of young people in Luton who had been vaccinated against Covid-19 was considerably lower to the national average.

The project has now been awarded silver in the Best Awareness Project category at the Student Radio Association’s Amplify Awards, sponsored by Global Radio.

Third year radio and sound student, Toby Crabb, who took part in the #CovidConversations campaign, said: ‘It’s fantastic to bring Silver back to Bedfordshire! Many of us involved with Radio LaB were and still are very passionate about the importance of getting vaccinated, so it’s great that our campaign was recognized with this National Student Radio Award.

The #CovidConversations series featured open and honest conversations about Covid-19 vaccinations with young people and students in Luton, in the hope of dispelling myths and crushing misinformation about injections – for example whether the vaccine affects fertility and rapid development of the injection. These facts were also supported by the expertise of various visiting medical experts, including Professor of Diversity in Public Health, Gurch Randhawaand medical professional and television personality Doctor Emeka Okorocha.

Terry LeeMain tutor in radio and sound who oversaw the #CovidConversations initiative, said: “It is important that Radio LaB volunteers and presenters try to use the platform to help make a positive difference in the wider community. This project is a fantastic example of our students highlighting a problem, working with each other and with external organizations and finding a solution. I am immensely proud of everyone involved! Receiving a Silver Amplify Award only reinforces the impact and importance of this campaign and all of Radio LaB’s community work.

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Danny Bonaduce takes medical leave from Seattle radio show due to ‘mysterious illness’ https://colinmarshallradio.com/danny-bonaduce-takes-medical-leave-from-seattle-radio-show-due-to-mysterious-illness/ Mon, 02 May 2022 19:07:58 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/danny-bonaduce-takes-medical-leave-from-seattle-radio-show-due-to-mysterious-illness/ article PARSIPPANY, NJ – OCTOBER 28: Danny Bonaduce attends Chiller Theater Expo Winter 2017 at Parsippany Hilton on October 28, 2017 in Parsippany, New Jersey. (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images) SEATTLE – Danny Bonaduce “to feel the love” as he faces a “mystery illness”. Sunday, the “Partridge Family” The star shared a Facebook post written […]]]>

PARSIPPANY, NJ – OCTOBER 28: Danny Bonaduce attends Chiller Theater Expo Winter 2017 at Parsippany Hilton on October 28, 2017 in Parsippany, New Jersey. (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images)

Danny Bonaduce “to feel the love” as he faces a “mystery illness”.

Sunday, the “Partridge Family” The star shared a Facebook post written by his sister Celia Bonaduce, which announced that the actor was dealing with a health issue.

“A lot of you have reached out to see what’s going on with my brother Danny,” Celia began. “Thank you. Along with the drenched cones from Dairy Queen and your messages, he’s feeling the love. We’re not being shy when we say this is a ‘mystery disease’… put simply, his balance sucks – super sucks – and all of Seattle’s great medical minds are hard at work solving this riddle.”

“We’ll keep you posted,” Celia shared. “Please remember that while he is a public figure, he is also my beloved brother.”

Bonaduce shared a similar sentiment.

“Thank you for all your well wishes,” the former child star tweeted. “It really means a lot to me that so many of you have reached out.”

On Friday, the 62-year-old announced on Twitter that he was taking a temporary leave from his radio show due to his illness. He has appeared on “The Danny Bonaduce & Sarah Morning Show” on Seattle radio station KZOK since 2011.

News to share. I’m taking temporary medical leave from my radio show,” he tweeted. “I will share more when I know more. I am still working to receive a diagnosis. What I do know is that I need time to focus on my health. I love my job and talking to you about the guys and I’ll be back on the air soon.”

Bonaduce also shared a photo of himself with a cane.

“Charlie Chaplin, Willy Wonka, Danny Bonaduce,” he captioned the snap. “I joined the club of cool guys with canes.”

Bonaduce rose to fame as the sage Danny Partridge in “The Partridge Family,” which aired from 1970 to 1974. The series, which chronicled the humorous adventures of a musical family, starred Shirley Jones, David Cassidy and Susan Dey.

Following the success of the show, Bonaduce struggled with drug addiction. In 1990, he pleaded without contest in Daytona Beach, Florida for attempting to purchase cocaine. He was sentenced to 15 months probation and community service.

Then, in 1991, he was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona, for an investigation into the beating and robbery of a transgender sex worker. At the time, he disputed the account but declined to give further details.

In 2017, he wrote about Cassidy, who died that year at age 67 from alcohol-related organ failure.

“David Cassidy was god to me,” Bonaduce shared in a column for The Hollywood Reporter about his late co-star. “We weren’t close when we did ‘The Partridge Family’ – I was 10, he was 20 – but to me he was like Elvis Presley, right down to the jumpsuit and the arenas full of fans. “

According to Bonaduce, Cassidy contacted him 20 years later and offered to help him when he was struggling with addiction. He explained that Cassidy had invited him to go on tour under the “no drugs, no alcohol, no tobacco and no women” clause. Cassidy insisted things would get better.

“They offered me more money than I had ever seen in my life: $75,000 a year,” Bonaduce recalled. “David told me touring would give me a career, and he did.”

“As far as his own career goes, though, David got robbed,” Bonaduce explained. “When he decided he didn’t want to be Keith Partridge anymore, he left ‘The Partridge Family.’ the show didn’t go that far. It became the theme song to ‘Partridge Family’, it became the David Cassidy sound, with the same thousand fans coming to every show.”

“He never had the life he wanted,” Bonaduce continued. “It was truly a tragedy. I was in Europe when he died, but I heard he was surrounded by his family – Shirley Jones, Shaun Cassidy, Patrick Cassidy. And I heard his last words “So much wasted time.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report. Learn more from FOX News.

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For over 20 years, the radio program “El Paso History Radio Show” has spotlighted Sun City https://colinmarshallradio.com/for-over-20-years-the-radio-program-el-paso-history-radio-show-has-spotlighted-sun-city/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 18:56:58 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/for-over-20-years-the-radio-program-el-paso-history-radio-show-has-spotlighted-sun-city/ For two hours on Saturday mornings, turn your radio to El Paso’s KTSM-AM 690 and you’ll hear lively discussions on topics ranging from the geological formation of the frontier region to the legacy of Pancho Villa to the Bhutan’s impact on the architecture of the University of Texas at El Paso. It’s the Historic El […]]]>

For two hours on Saturday mornings, turn your radio to El Paso’s KTSM-AM 690 and you’ll hear lively discussions on topics ranging from the geological formation of the frontier region to the legacy of Pancho Villa to the Bhutan’s impact on the architecture of the University of Texas at El Paso. It’s the Historic El Paso Radio Showa program dedicated to discovering the rich past of this region of the South-West.

The radio signal reaches listeners throughout El Paso County and southern portions of Doña Ana and Sierra Counties in New Mexico and, with clear weather conditions, can extend as far as Albuquerque. Others tune in from around the world, thanks to social media live streams on Facebook, YouTube and other platforms. “The joke I’m making is that we turned a television studio into a radio station,” says Andrew J. Polk, who took over the show from his father, Jackson Polk, in March.

During the live broadcast, viewers can see historic photos that illustrate the day’s topics, and they often comment on where they are viewing from. “Having people across the country interested and letting us know they’re listening and enjoying the story that’s going on has been very motivating,” says Andrew J. Polk.

Historic El Paso Radio Show itself has a long history. No one knows exactly when the show premiered, but an early incarnation aired in the 1990s with host Leon Metz, the noted El Paso historian who died in 2020. At first sporadically, the show has started airing more regularly when Jackson Polk joined Metz as a co-host in 2001. As a teenager, Jackson Polk had been a disc jockey at radio station KHEY, and he got to know the longtime host of the morning show Charlie Russell, who recruited him to join Metz. The duo hosted the history show for a decade.

“Most of everything I heard was new to me,” says Jackson Polk. “I grew up in El Paso, went to public school, and they never taught El Paso history, so I knew very little about what was going on in that city. I learned what I know basically sitting on this radio show.

Coming out of Metz in 2011, Melissa Sargent, who had an interest in voice-over work and is married to the historian and Wild West re-enactment Bernie Sargent, was asked to join as a new co-host.

After nearly 21 years at the helm, Jackson Polk handed over the mic to his son Andrew, the show’s producer and program host. Speak El Paso and The El Paso Public Forum. Sargent also left the show, after the announcement that she and her husband were moving to Conroe.

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Residents of the Village de l’Amitié present a radio show from yesteryear https://colinmarshallradio.com/residents-of-the-village-de-lamitie-present-a-radio-show-from-yesteryear/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/residents-of-the-village-de-lamitie-present-a-radio-show-from-yesteryear/ Long before the invention of the podcast, there were live radio broadcasts. During what was called the golden age of radio, families huddled around their high-tech devices (radios) and enjoyed wholesome live entertainment. Recently, residents of the Friendship Village seniors community in Schaumburg enjoyed a blast from the golden past by attending a live performance […]]]>

Long before the invention of the podcast, there were live radio broadcasts. During what was called the golden age of radio, families huddled around their high-tech devices (radios) and enjoyed wholesome live entertainment.

Recently, residents of the Friendship Village seniors community in Schaumburg enjoyed a blast from the golden past by attending a live performance of “Easy Aces: Jury Duty.” Eight residents re-enacted the single episode of a beloved 1940s radio series. The show played twice to accommodate the standing crowds.

The 45-minute show brought laughs to the audience and resulted in the likely enlistment of additional contestants onto cast lists for future shows.

“Residents of Friendship Village have so many diverse interests and are always eager to try something new. Their enthusiasm and professionalism showed in their delivery of the radio show,” said Jeannette Magdaleno, Manager of Continuous Learning and Volunteer Services.

For more information, call (847) 884-5110 or visit www.FriendshipVillage.org.

]]> Irish radio show host Shaun Doherty tells fans he’s becoming a priest https://colinmarshallradio.com/irish-radio-show-host-shaun-doherty-tells-fans-hes-becoming-a-priest/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 13:15:55 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/irish-radio-show-host-shaun-doherty-tells-fans-hes-becoming-a-priest/ One of Ireland’s most popular radio presenters has surprised his fans by announcing he is studying to become a priest. Shaun Doherty was the voice of Highland Radio in Donegal for nearly 30 years. He stunned his army of followers in 2017 when he announced live that he was quitting his mic for “new pastures”. […]]]>

One of Ireland’s most popular radio presenters has surprised his fans by announcing he is studying to become a priest.

Shaun Doherty was the voice of Highland Radio in Donegal for nearly 30 years.

He stunned his army of followers in 2017 when he announced live that he was quitting his mic for “new pastures”.

But now the award-winning radio presenter has revealed he has moved to Rome.

Mr Doherty will now be ordained a deacon in a ceremony at St Paul’s Basilica in Rome in June.

One of Ireland’s most popular radio presenters has surprised his fans by announcing he is studying to become a priest. Photo: Shaun Doherty/Facebook

The former radio host, who has interviewed dozens of stars and politicians, said his life was constantly changing.

He said: ‘I’ve come to a point in my life where I feel like God has brought me here and I think he’s used all my good and bad experiences and mistakes that I’ve made to help me to be a better person, and to be able to use the gifts he gave me, which were communication, and being able to listen to people and empathize with people.

Shaun Doherty was the voice of Highland Radio in Donegal for nearly 30 years. Photo: Shaun Doherty/Facebook

“I have a special interest in people who suffer from addiction and people who have problems with anxiety, depression, loneliness and all those problems.

“I like to think that maybe I will be useful in the future for people who need someone to listen because that’s what you do as a broadcaster.” Shaun said he was fully aware that he was studying for the priesthood at a very difficult time within the Catholic Church.

And he certainly isn’t worried about scandals surrounding the church, including sexual abuse, but says it’s not something he worries about.

Mr Doherty will now be ordained a deacon in a ceremony at St Paul’s Basilica in Rome in June. Photo: Shaun Doherty Show/Facebook

“I know the church has been through blows and negativity and we all know why and much of it is deserved.”

Shaun said while he was well aware of the public perception of the priesthood now, he wasn’t really worried about it.

And he says he hopes his experience of listening to people behind a microphone will help him help others.

“I would be well aware of that because I’ve been involved in interviews over the years with people who have been abused because people are hurt and they have a right to be hurt because of this. that the church or certain members of the church have done but I can’t be fatalistic and think, that’s it, we’re closing the doors.

“We have to be there as a church, we need priests, whether it’s me or someone else, there has to be someone who comes forward and pleases God, lots of others will.

He stunned his army of followers in 2017 when he announced live that he was quitting his mic for “new pastures”. Photo: Shaun Doherty Show/Facebook

‘Let’s not forget all the good. We are right to focus on the people who have been hurt. I know that as a 30-year-old broadcaster, I have heard stories, felt pain, heard it, met and spoken firsthand to many who have suffered.

“I’ve also heard a lot of stories from people who have a lot of good things to say about the church, but because people are afraid that if they say something good they will somehow excuse the bad or minimize people’s suffering and no one wants to do that. Help us heal, help others heal, be part of the solution.

Shaun Doherty’s journey from radio presenter to priesthood will be broadcast on RTE Radio One on Easter Monday.

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A new magazine is launched today to lose weight https://colinmarshallradio.com/a-new-magazine-is-launched-today-to-lose-weight/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 07:03:31 +0000 https://colinmarshallradio.com/a-new-magazine-is-launched-today-to-lose-weight/ Media24 launches the quarterly Lose It! – which is all about weight loss, health improvement and the revolutionary ‘Tim Noakes’ or Banting diet today, Monday April 7, 2014. Suzy Brokensha edits the title. “There is no doubt that there is a complete change underway in the way we eat. Countries around the world are starting […]]]>

Media24 launches the quarterly Lose It! – which is all about weight loss, health improvement and the revolutionary ‘Tim Noakes’ or Banting diet today, Monday April 7, 2014.

Suzy Brokensha edits the title. “There is no doubt that there is a complete change underway in the way we eat. Countries around the world are starting to change the way they view the food pyramid that we all learned in school, and this is not too early. This magazine is state of the art. It has expert input from, among others, Professor Tim Noakes (exercise scientist), nutritional therapist Sally-Ann Creed – who has been working with this diet and seeing results for decades now, Jobst Olschewski (CrossFit trainer) and Justine Kiggen (Fairlady food writer and recipe creator) are just a few of the experts giving advice in the magazine.

Tips and Tricks

The magazine gives readers everything they need to know about how to start Banting right away, from detailed lists of foods you can and can’t eat, to inspiring success stories, to tips and tricks from experts. and over 60 nutritionist-approved recipes that will delight even the pickiest foodie – plus the science behind the theory.

This 84-page glossy paper fills a unique gap in the market, according to Brokensha, because it’s about so much more than weight loss — although the weight loss results are extraordinary.

Changing the way people eat

“It’s a revolutionary way of eating and thinking about food. Banting is part of a global realization that sugar and other carbohydrates compromise our health far more than fat, which has been demonized for years. We must change the way people think about what they eat and we are committed to doing so.

“It’s more than just a magazine – it’s about giving people who have given up hope of ever feeling healthy or losing weight. It’s got all the tools and expert advice you need. they might need, and it’s very inspiring. It will set them on a life-changing path. For anyone who wants to lose weight, increase their energy levels, and lower their risk of type 2 diabetes, among other conditions, that’s the answer.

Volume 2 will be released on June 30, Volume 3 on September 15 and Volume 4 on December 29. The title sells for R49 and is available digitally on www.mysubs.co.za. For more information, visit loseit.dailyfix.co.za.

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