Congratulations to the Dog Show with Julie Forbes on 5 excellent Years! (35 in dog years!) Julie celebrates 5 years of broadcasting on Alternative Talk 1150 with today’s show (2/19) at 2p. Featuring Special guest Dr Michael Fox. Be sure and tune in today and every Wednesday 2p-3p as the show brings us another year of talk about all topics …Read More »
Experience. One word that can spell the difference between success and failure. For those who keep an open mind and humbly seek out those with experience, the odds of finding a fresh perspective and achieving a desired goal increases exponentially.
For over three years, Paul Casey, host of Voices of EXPERIENCE and founder of Casey Communications, Inc., has welcomed guests to his radio show in an effort to inform and inspire listeners. His special brand of clear and candid discussion with guests of vast and varying experiences has become a welcome respite for those weary of “shock talk” and self-aggrandizing media.
Benny Mathers, Producer, joins him in the studio each week, and Paul credits him with helping the radio show sound its technical best.
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After a brief hiatus Alternative Talk is happy to welcome back The Confessional with Christine Cisneroz at the new time slot of 1p Sundays! The Confessional Radio Show is a venue for all who want to transcend our current state of living to one that thrives at a higher frequency and is deeply resonant to our souls – individually and …Read More »
Due to the Nebraska Huskers football broadcast at 9a, The Scandinavian Hour will be delayed until 5p-6p. You can also catch this week’s show Saturday or Sunday at 6am! The show will return to it’s normal time of 9am on November 2nd.Read More »
Join Eddie Rye Jr. and fascinating guests from around the world as they discuss the topics important to today’s world – whether you live in the Northwest or in some faraway country. Eddie uses his years of media experience to get to the heart of every conversation. Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify RSS Feed Download EpisodeRead More »
(Encore Half Show of 10 - 03 - 19 b/c of sports programming) Musician Joshua "J. Pete" Peterson stops by the studio with his NEW ALBUM! City Boy Lost In a Ballad World Website: JPeteOfficial.comRead More »
Topic: The cold and flu season is upon us and let’s face it, you can’t just isolate and miss out on the holidays. So what can you do? We’ll talk to health expert Jim LaValle (La-Vol) on how to prepare. Then, Brenda and Rob share some of their health routines and what they’ve learned over…Read More »
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©Jessica Hromas/CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.(LOS ANGELES) — CBS announced on Monday that The Bold and the Beautiful, which resumed production over two weeks ago, will start airing new episodes on July 20. The daytime drama on June 16 became the first U.S. broadcast series to resume production on stage, following strict COVID-19 safety protocols, but shut down after one day …Read More »
kckate16/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — After shutting down beginning in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, today is the day California officials have allowed for film and television production to resume in the state. However, all productions will have to adhere to a state-mandated set of safety protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The Los Angeles County Public Health Department …Read More »
RapidEye/iStock(CONROE, Texas) — An attorney and district judge candidate in Conroe, Texas has been charged with criminal mischief for egging a judge’s car over COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, according to Community Impact Newspaper. The Conroe Police Department charged Eric Yollick, who’s running for district judge in Monroe County, with throwing an egg at current Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s car back in …Read More »
iStock/lucadp(NEW YORK) — As states across the country are working on reopening, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise — which is rattling the volatile stock market once more. COVID-19 cases are up in about 20 states, with hospitalizations on the rise in at least eight. The new trend has health officials concerned that the long-predicted second wave, which was …Read More »