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Change! Change is the only constant in our ever rapidly changing world! How are you keeping up? Are you at the forefront of all the changes in your life or are you being dragged along kicking and screaming? Miracle Makers is about embracing and igniting the miraculous, magical, and mysterious nature of our universe so we can navigate the changes in our lives consciously, fully expressed, guided by our hearts, and utilizing the law of attraction! Join Dr. Sarah Larsen and co-host Greg Larsen ...
 
FOCUS is a dynamic issue-driven program offering intelligent discussion on a variety of topics including Politics, Business, and Pop Culture. Ronnie Frierson offers a new refreshing voice to our audience. He was first introduced to UBN as regular contributor on Champion?€™s Row Sports. His keen insight and experience in business, politics, and entertainment along with exciting guest interviews will entertain and enlighten.
 
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The teenage tape reclaimer - whose DNA now remains across UK radio and whose influence is felt around the World. Clive Dickens opens up rarely – and looks back even more rarely. In this hour of Radio Moments Conversations he shares the journey from his roots at a new Chiltern Radio and how he speedily scaled the heights to group programme director.…
 
The rookie press journalist who rose to head Channel 4 News and Current Affairs -via a love of radio. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations’, Louisa Compton tells of her life – with an early interest in breaking news leading her into a local press title before dropping into her local station, BBC Three Counties Radio. Colleagues in London …
 
The boarding school boy who helped out during the holidays at a commercial station and rose to head the BBC’s racing commentary. In this hour of Radio Moments Conversations, Cornelius Lysaght tells of how he charmed his way through the door of Severn Sound in Gloucestershire to help out during the holidays - working his way quickly to handling some…
 
This is a secret episode! Over the course of this series, several folk have asked whether I’d (David Lloyd) ever be interviewed. Several luminaries kindly volunteered to interview me. Given the calibre of all the other subjects, I felt reticent. But – with lockdown and also passing 100 episodes - I thought I might succumb. I invited my oldest frien…
 
The Glasgow car-washer who became BBC Radio 2’s longest serving mid-morning presenter – and a national treasure. In this hour of 'Radio Moments – Conversations', Ken Bruce tells of his Glasgow childhood and his foray into accountancy before alighting on the career which was to dominate his life. After hospital radio, he joined the BBC in Scotland w…
 
The Liverpool schoolboy who rose to a major profile as a presenter – before devising the service which provided late-night network programming to UK commercial radio and launching a leading multi-platform production company. In this hour of Radio Moments Conversations, Rob Jones tells of his life, with a career beginning as a presenter at the launc…
 
From history student to running one of the early commercial radio networks. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations, Colin Mason tells of his move to the US where he indulged his love of radio whilst studying – and how he persuaded his way through the doors of local stations there. Back home, after a short spell at the BBC, he moved to TV as…
 
From music student - to delivering an environment for commercial radio fit for a digital age – and a fascinating life beyond. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments Conversations’, Lisa Kerr tells of her life - moving from promising music student to eager helper at Radio Forth before graduating to Classic FM. She opens up about the successes and challenges…
 
These are classic and eerily prescient sketches selected by archivist and writer Joe Davis. It's all there - the apocalypse, Republican cruelty, black people killed by police, Trump running for office, even social distancing, in a way. And somehow, no matter what happens, all the money goes to the same largest corporations. Funny, that. See acast.c…
 
From a chef and hairdresser - to becoming one of Liverpool’s leading on-air characters. In this hour of Radio Moments – Conversations, Pete Price tells of his early years on stage at a colourful time in Liverpool’s before making his debut on BBC Radio Merseyside. After more years as a comedian and singer, tempted back to Radio City, he was offered …
 
He rose from being a BBC administration assistant to holding the Capital breakfast show for around ten years in commercial radio’s formative years. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations’, Graham Dene tell of his childhood love of radio and his efforts to creep into the business via a post as an administrator with the BBC. A transfer to the…
 
He was the disgraced schoolboy who was to become the first presenter on Capital Radio in 1973 – and on-air in the first week of Radio 1. In this hour of Radio Moments – Conversations, David Symonds talks about his life journey from the challenges of his youth - and his acting ambition - through his early days on air in New Zealand. He tells of his …
 
From working as a car park attendant and being turned down by the BBC - to hosting some of the biggest slots on the UK’s largest stations. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations’, Simon Mayo speaks candidly about his life and career, from his early experiences at hospital and student radio, through his days at BBC Radio Brighton and Radio N…
 
From a place behind a newsagent's counter armed just with a single O’ level – emerging as a leading influence in getting the business of brand-based commercial radio into shape as Group Commercial Director at Chrysalis, then COO at Global Radio. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations’, Don Thomson tells of his days at the mighty Kelloggs, b…
 
Having helped to establish one of the leading in-store stations in London’s Top Shop, he rose to lay the foundations of the mighty Smooth brand. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments – Conversations’, Steve Collins tells of growing up and the keen pirate radio influences which led him to answer a press ad leading to an enlightening journey to Tel Aviv - a…
 
This week … we’ve all been indoors. Same as you. Didn’t even record last week, and probably won’t until the end of the month. Recording this is the first time I’ve spoken out loud all day. So … you know … typical weekend, really. And yet we have new sketches at the top of the show, all about diseases - followed by classic sketches, also about disea…
 
We whisper a sweet goodbye to Mike Bloomberg - and an actual, sincere goodbye (more or less) to James Lipton. Also, you just moved your clock forward - and yes, it’s stupid, and no, we shouldn’t be doing it anymore. The entire second half of the show is the final episode of the audio play, “The Invisible World.” I apologize for the differences in t…
 
Her warm Canadian tones graced UK radio stations for over twenty years. In this hour of Radio Moments Conversations, Diana Luke tells of how she fell into radio whilst reviewing a book at Hallam, leading to a role as Viking’s first female broadcaster. As her reputation grew across Yorkshire, Diana was summoned to be part of the new commercial radio…
 
This week, Utah sees all the other states going their own way and decides it’s going to do the same. Ben and I talk about soup - which we both enjoy. We have an outtake from a recording session in which Ben is just trying to be nice. And we determine the value of human life. The answer is … well … you’re not gonna be surprised. See acast.com/privac…
 
This week, I had the flu. … Well, I don’t think I had THE flu. I had A flu. … Maybe. Anyway, my voice was shredded. So we put that to good use. And Valentine’s Day is coming up. So we talked about … love? I guess? If that’s how you care to define it. Plus, one of our writers has really strong opinions about Harley Quinn. And two members of the case…
 
From football reporter - to becoming one of the leading figures in a generation of commercial radio, this is the story of Steve Orchard. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments Conversations’, Steve tells of his schooling and education; and a first career in social work, honing skills he was take with him throughout his life. An interest in hospital radio l…
 
We are back with all new material - some of it about Christmas, some of it about the new year already having gone to shit, some of it about growing older, and a little of it, of course, about drugs. Ah drugs. Also, we’re starting a new five-part web serial called The Invisible World. This one is set in Connecticut. Don’t ask. See acast.com/privacy …
 
He was the local press journalist who went on to be one of BBC radio sport’s most familiar voices – and whose style was to define BBC Radio 5 live at launch. In this hour of ‘Radio Moments Conversations’, John Inverdale tells of his early days in local press before a chance pub meeting led to an opportunity at the new BBC Radio Lincolnshire. An att…
 
This week, we’re heading into Thanksgiving … and if you’re thankful for this show, you should probably thank the guy who started it. Which would be Tony Hendra. So. All the sketches this week were written by Tony - as far as I can tell. It’s a little tricky to be sure without actually telling him we were going to do this. But I’ve confirmed as much…
 
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