WEEKEND TALK PROGRAMS
When Radio Was
Tue - Sat: 2 - 4 AM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

When Radio Was: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Tue - Sat: 2  - 4 AM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

WRW Aircheck.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

When-Radio-Was-Demo.mp3

Download MP3

 

Nationally syndicated for over 20 years!

When Radio Was brings listeners the very best of the Golden Age of Radio. Packed with classic performers, iconic characters, and top-flight story-telling, When Radio Was is pure timeless entertainment:

  • Detectives and Crime Fighters – Return to the scene of the crime with The Shadow, Sam Spade, The Green Hornet, Gang Busters, Sherlock Holmes, and many more!
  • Comedy Classics – Laugh along with the great performers – Jack Benny, Abbott & Costello, Red Skelton, Our Miss Brooks, Burns & Allen and many others!
  • Drama, Westerns, Mysteries, Thrillers, Sci-Fi – Enjoy classic western adventure with Hopalong Cassidy, the top stars of Hollywood in Screen Director’s Playhouse, chilling horror in Lights Out, and so much more!

Each broadcast edition of When Radio Was features the shows that have a life of their own. The ones that will be remembered for generations to come. And, our programs have been digitally remastered and restored to provide optimum listener enjoyment.

While decades have passed since their original airdates, the shows offered in When Radio Was are pure entertainment, just as fresh and thrilling today as they were back in radio’s heyday.

Join the hundreds of AM and FM stations around the country who are delivering top-flight entertainment to their listeners devoted audiences to their advertisers.

Program Directors Love WHEN RADIO WAS!

Here are just some of the reasons why stations rave about our show:

  • It appeals to a broad cross-section of listeners-young and old alike
  • Loyal audiences grow with each ratings period
  • Listeners can’t get enough of these unique, high-quality programs
  • It consistently beats typical talk, news and music programming
  • It stands out from the competition – there is nothing else like it!
America’s Health Care Advocate
Sat 8-9 AM Sun: 4-5 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

America's Health Care Advocate: Satellite, Clock & Air Times

Saturdays: 8-9 AM (ET) Clock
Sundays: 4-5 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

AHCA_Aircheck_10-01-19.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

AHA DEMO.mp3

Download MP3

America’s Healthcare Advocate is a weekly program that helps listeners understand the complexities of America’s healthcare industry, navigate the system and make informed choices. Guests include prominent experts and industry leaders in medicine, politics, insurance, health and wellness. America’s Healthcare Advocate airs nationally on more than 100 stations across the U.S.

Host Cary Hall is nationally recognized as an astute healthcare policy expert and advocate for promoting dialogue and education on the universally important issue that touches every American life and business – healthcare. Cary is president of Benefits By Design, Inc. and a 16-year health insurance broker, based in the Overland Park, Kansas, area.

Podcasts

Nothing Found

America's Health Care Advocate: Satellite, Clock & Air Times

Saturdays: 8-9 AM (ET) Clock
Sundays: 4-5 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

The American Family Farmer Show
SUN: 1 - 2 AM ET
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

American Family Farmer: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday: 1 - 2 AM ET Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Cumulus at 212-456-5000 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

American-Family-Farmer-Aircheck.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

TheAmericanFamilyFarmerWithDougStephan-demo.mp3

Download MP3

The American Family Farmer Show is the weekly voice for small, independent farm owners, as well hobby farmers and all of those interested in eating natural foods that make as few stops as possible from the farm to the table.

The weekly program is packed with information and advocacy for the beleaguered family farmer, as well as those who support these farmers and the food that they produce, as an alternative to the  processed food options that occupy most grocery stores.

American Family Farmer is hosted by Doug Stephan, lifelong broadcaster and a dedicated lifelong family farmer! Stephan is the owner/operator of several dairy farms in the Boston suburb of Framingham, MA under the umbrella of Eastleigh Farm.

“I have been around cows all my life,” said Stephan. “I spent all my free time around the animals as a young boy.” Stephan continues, “I have become more involved on a wider scale, to the point now where I have several hundred Jersey dairy cows, which provide us with the raw milk we sell, along with cheeses, ice cream and various other diary-related products that have meaning to those in the locavore movement [people who choose to eat food locally grown and raised].” Stephan is a tell-it-like-it is advocate for the political and economic interests of the farmers this program is designed to serve.

American Family Farmer is a targeted revenue generator for stations, geared to a wide variety of advertisers specifically interested in reaching the farming community and the growing natural foods market.

Podcasts

Nothing Found

American Family Farmer: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday: 1 - 2 AM ET Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Cumulus at 212-456-5000 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Animals Today with Dr. Lori Kirshner
Sun: 9-10 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Clock
  • Podcasts

Animals Today: Satellite, Clock & Air Times

Sundays: 9-10 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label:  Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Animals_Today_Aircheck_091519.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

ANIMALS_TODAY_SHOW DEMO.mp3

Download MP3

Now in its eighth year, Animals Today covers all things related to animals worldwide, with an emphasis on their welfare.

Different than other animal programs whose focus is solely on pets, Animals Today covers and explores the wide range of topics and issues concerning all animals, including animals in agriculture and in the wild, while promoting increased respect, compassion and kindness toward them. Lori, along with husband and Producer Dr. Peter Spiegel, interview animal protectors and rescuers, legislators and lawyers, and filmmakers and authors from around the globe about the latest animal topics and issues. Commentary, news and more lighthearted features round out this fast-paced and thought-provoking show.

Recent segments have focused on such diverse subjects such as the dangers wind farms pose to eagles, shark conservation efforts, language and communication research in non-human animals, and marijuana for pets.

A few of Animals Today’s noteworthy guests have included Bob Barker, author Dean Koontz, Actress Tippi Hedren, US Representative Tom Marino, CA Assembly member Richard Bloom, award-winning independent journalist Will Potter, and President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Dr. Neal Barnard. Lori and Peter have covered The Best Friends Animal Society National Conference, the FARM animal rights conference, toured the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary, and have broadcast from other events and locations of interest.

Praise for Animals Today:

“I thank you so much for this show, Lori, you’re a shining light out there – this is spectacularly good and I really appreciate it. The Humane Society of the United States admires you so much in your work, and thanks you.” Dr. John Grandy, Senior VP for Wildlife and Habitat Protection, HSUS.

“I want to thank you for what you do, it’s a pleasure for me to be on your program, and I’m really glad we can get behind something as positive as this bill…” Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, speaking about pet devocalization ban legislation.

“Lori and Peter, I am a big fan of Animals Today and deeply appreciate your work to cover the important issues concerning the treatment of animals in all sorts of venues all around the world. Anyone who cares about animals should listen to Animals Today.” Marc Bekoff, author and Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado.

Podcasts

Animals Today May 24, 2020. The history of the animal rights and animal welfare movements. Hollywood dogs. The working dogs of World War One. Enforcing federal animal cruelty laws.
Animals Today May 21, 2020. How animals think and feel with Temple Grandin
Animals Today May 9, 2020. Keeping your pets mentally and physically stimulated during coronavirus confinement. Easing pet anxiety and stress as life returns to “normal.” How much do you know about sharks?
Animals Today May 2, 2020. Pet adoptions and fostering during the pandemic. What’s happening at shelters and at rescues during this lockdown? Investing in pet-related industries.
Animals Today April 25, 2020. US funding Chinese virus labs! US live animal markets under scrutiny. What are the chances of zoonotic diseases breaking out?
Animals Today April 22, 2020. What should shelters tell potential adopters about dogs who have bitten in the past?
Animals Today April 5 2020: Can pandemics be avoided? The problem with animal agriculture
Animals Today March 28, 2020. Can pets get the coronavirus disease? Animal welfare and investing
Animals Today March 7, 2020. China has banned the trade and consumption of wild animals. Faux or fur? Rodenticides.
Animals Today February 22, 2020. Animal rights and welfare. Health benefits of pet ownership.
Animals Today February 19, 2020. Is breeding dogs unethical? Don’t forget to brush your pet’s teeth! Animal trivia rapid fire quiz.
Animals Today February 15, 2020. Why is the egg industry cruel? The healthiest food to feed my cat?
Animals Today February 2, 2020. How zoos harm elephants. Legal help for animal advocacy.
Animals Today January 18, 2020. Stolen dog reunited. Meth in horse racing. Dog ownership and parks.
Animals Today December 28, 2019. Top animal stories of the year.
Animals Today December 14, 2019: The American Bald Eagle in our culture and why animals are like humans
Animals Today December 7, 2019 Passing the PACT Act and choosing the best pet sitter services
Animals Today November 30, 2019. Why breed-specific legislation is not the answer & being a foster parent for animals
Animals Today November 23, 2019. Victory for Cute whales held in Russia! The Challenges African Elephants face
Animals Today November 16, 2019. Dog nutrition controversy, Mutton Busting and Sea Turtle poachers arrested!
Animals Today November 2, 2019. Should animals be used in dangerous jobs? Animals with the strongest bites.
Animals Today October 26, 2019. Medical testing on animals.Dogs detecting cancer.
Animals Today October 5, 2019: The history of the animal rights and welfare movements. What does Rabies do?
Animals Today September 28, 2019: The ban on trophy hunting of endangered wild animals- has it ended? Best Pet Friendly Cities
Animals Today September 14, 2019. Elephants in Captivity and CITES: Banning the export of wild elephants from Africa.
Animals September 7, 2019: Risks of blue-green algae to dogs. Exposing and closing cockfighting operations.
Animals Today August 31, 2019: Will cruel cyanide bombs be banished? Liability and safety tips for dog owners.
Animals Today August 24, 2019: What did Trump do to the Endangered Species Act? Miniature horses as service animals.
Animals Today August 17, 2019: Finding shelter and homes for ALL animals
Animals Today August 10, 2019: In defense of pit bulls. Alternatives to Animal testing
Animals Today August 3, 2019: Why is the amphibian population declining? Choosing toys and treats for dogs.
Animals Today July 27, 2019: Why should almond milk not be called milk? How can we save orangutans from extinction?
Animals Today July 13, 2019. Should otters be kept as pets? Will the cat declawing ban become law in New York?
Animals Today June 29, 2019: Why exotic animals should not be pets and Trap neuter and release programs for feral cats
Animals Today June 22, 2019. The cruelty of horse racing. Legal Animal news. Cats in popular songs.
Animals Today June 15, 2019. National Pet Preparedness Month. Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act (PACT).
Animals Today June 8, 2019: What to do if you see a dog in a hot car. Laws about emotional support animals
Animals Today May 25, 2019. Stopping puppy mills. Pets for Vets. The American Eagle. The complexities of domesticated sheep.
Animals Today May 18, 2019. Farewell Doris Day. Update on rabies. Ultra potent rodenticides are harming wildlife, pets and children.
Animals Today May 11, 2019. Why are so many animals endangered? The PETA International Science Consortium. Tips on adopting abused animals.
Animals Today May 4, 2019: Another season of seal killing in Canada is here. You can invest in the booming pet products industry. The good and the bad of dog parks.
Animals Today April 27, 2019. The Iditarod sled dog race must end. Horse, donkey and mule abuse in the Grand Canyon. Canada moves toward cetacean captivity ban.
Animals Today April 20, 2019: Rabbits as pets. Update on dog fighting. Preventing dog bites.
Animals Today April 6, 2019: Hot animal news. High blood pressure in dogs and cats. Efforts to make shelter conditions less stressful for dogs. Pain creams used by people pose severe risks to cats.
Animals Today March 30, 2019: Complexities of canine breed genetics and visual breed identification. New animal provisions in the 2018 Farm Bill. Leeches! Learn about butterflies.
Animals Today March 23, 2019. Hot animal news. More on frog conservation. Going undercover at an animal research lab. The first animal shelter in the US.
Animals Today March 16, 2019: Hot animal news! Microchip tips. Legislation to help horses. A rescue and sanctuary for foxes.
Animals Today March 9, 2019: Investigating the illegal trade of African Grey Parrots. Advocating for frogs. Best and worst states for animal protection laws, 2018 report. Learn about butterflies.
Animals Today February 23, 2019: Hot animal news. Helping vervet monkeys. Hippo alert! Guidance on animal fostering
Animals Today February 16, 2019. Hot animal news. Suspicious activity at the Safari Club International Hunters’ Convention. Caring for community cats in cold weather. Idioms about cats.
Animals Today February 9, 2019: Ingrid Newkirk of PETA explains how and why fur as a product is losing popularity. Fur frequently mislabeled as faux fur. Learn to tell the difference. Celebrating whales.
Animals Today February 2, 2019: Animals in the news. Live animal markets. Dolphins are dying at Dolphinaris Arizona. Polar Bears.
Animals Today January 26, 2019: Animal News. Dental issues in dogs. Animal hoarding.
Animals Today Jan 19, 2019: Hot Animal News! Pigs as companion animals. Penguin update. A new vegan mentoring program.
Animals Today January 5, 2019: Japan quits International Whaling Commission: Now what? Vegan explosion. Convicted deer poacher receives unusual sentence. UK to consider if veganism is a protected philosophical belief. Profile of animal advocate, Lori Marino, PhD.
Animals Today December 22, 2018: PETA’s Ingrid Newkirk. The book, Striking at the Roots, by Mark Hawthorne. Hot animal news.
Animals Today December 15, 2018: Resolve to help animals in the New Year. Diabetes in dogs. Reindeer games.
Animals Today December 8, 2018: Animals and mandatory evacuations in natural disasters. A profile of animal advocate Eric Mills. Raw meat pet food diets pose risks to people and animals.
Animals Today December 1, 2018: Fur farming in Europe. Is your city friendly for pets? The book, Rescuing Ladybugs, by Jennifer Skiff. Encouraging cats to stay hydrated. Toxic mushrooms pose serious risks, especially to dogs.
Animals Today November 17, 2018: Greyhound racing to end in Florida. California Prop 12 passes, easing cruel conditions for some farmed animals. Fun with animals in Beatles songs. Getting to know Frank Hoffman.
Animals Today November 10, 2018: Thanksgiving eats for pets: What’s ok? Turkey traditions and the Presidency. Incredible animal adaptations. In search of cruelty-free automobiles.
Animals Today October 17, 2018: Can climate catastrophe be averted?
Animals Today November 3, 2018: WWF reports humanity is wiping out global wildlife. Feline diabetes. Police are using training simulators for dog encounters. Top reasons for Vet visits. A forever home for blind, FIV+ and FeLV+ cats.
Animals Today October 27, 2018. California‘s new law gives greater rights to companion animals in divorce and separations. Fish and game commissioner loses job after his depraved hunting photos emerge. Snake conservation. Keep safe this Halloween.
Animals Today October 18, 2018: The connection between dog breeding and dog euthanasia. Allergies in cats. Paul Rodgers, animal advocate. Hot animal news.
Animals Today October 13, 2018. Give up dairy and improve your health! Who gets to use the term, milk? The truth about stolen dogs. Hot animal news items.
Animals Today October 6, 2018. Helping animals affected by hurricane Florence. Dogs and cats living together. Another big step toward ending animal testing. The book, Engineering for Cats.
Animals Today Sept 22, 2018. Reflections on the private ownership of wild animals. All you need to know about rabies. A new life for former research chimpanzees. Iguanas, red pandas and detection dogs.
Animals Today September 15, 2018: Cosmetic testing in California. Allergies in cats. Paul Rodgers, animal advocate. Hot animal news.
Animals Today September 8, 2018: The strongest animal bites. Swim with dolphin programs losing appeal. Highly trained detection dogs are helping conservation efforts. Save the Koala month!
Animals Today September 1, 2018: Fighting consumption of dog meat in Asia. Animal Crackers gets a new box. Scottsdale is the most pet friendly city. Allergies in dogs, with Dr. Doug Kunz.
Animal Today August 25, 2018. Controversies in wild horse management. Pesticide and weed killer news. How palm oil infiltrated our food supply. Why did a shuttered circus send its elephants to the Memphis Zoo?
Animals Today Aug 18, 2018: Progress and challenges in solving pet overpopulation. Orangutans in peril. Giant African rats are detecting land mines. Dangerous bacterium resides in the saliva of healthy dogs and cats. SuperZoo 2018 – first impressions.
Animals Today August 4, 2018: Animal news roundup. Colorado’s Wild Animal Sanctuary and the captive wildlife crisis. Toxoplasmosis risks.
Animals Today July 28, 2018. Helping pets stay safe and cool in summer. Jaguar escapes zoo enclosure. A prisoner is paired with a pit bull, and both lives are transformed. The first animal shelter in the US.
Animals Today July 21, 2018. Illegal trade of smaller wild cats. Do you live in a pet friendly city? What does the law say when a dog bites a trespasser? Coral Reef Awareness Week.
Animals Today July 14, 2018. Helping thoroughbreds. Amazing bees. A new shark book from National Geographic Kids. Pet peeves about our pets.
Animals Today July 7, 2018: Antibiotics in animal agriculture. Fascinating giraffes. Ecotourism may harm animals. Managing pesticide risks to our pets.
Animals Today June 30, 2018. The eagle in American culture and history. Yes, we are crazy about our dogs. Summertime brings special hazards to dogs. Happy fourth to all pets and people.
Animals Today June 23, 2018: Try a plant-based diet! Heartworm update. Helping the pets of homeless people. So you think you know about sharks?
Animals Today June 16, 2018. The amazing Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary. Remembering Leona Helmsley’s dog, Trouble and other more serious estate planning concerns. Interior department proposes a cruel rule change in Alaska – now is time to act! Our pet peeves about pet owners.
Animals Today June 2, 2018. Monkey selfie settlement nixed by court, presenting new challenges for expanded rights for animals. Driving safely with dogs. Attend the 2018 Animal Rights National Conference in LA. All about bees.
Animals Today May 26, 2018. “Feeding two birds with one scone.” Humane animal idioms. Emotional support animals at Yale. Canine Confidential, by Marc Bekoff. Preventing dog bites. Differences between dog and cat people.
Animals Today May 19, 2018: Caged animals at a high school prom. Captive tigers in the US. Elephant protection in Africa. Annoying things people do to their animals.
Animals Today May 5, 2018: Adventures in cruelty free shopping. Applying science to dog training. Seizures in companion animals. Animals in popular song titles.
Animals Today April 28, 2018: Estate planning with pets in mind. Creating an elephant sanctuary in Myanmar. Close encounter with javelinas.
Animals Today April 21, 2018. Known and hidden risks of dog parks. Nineteen US states now say feral cats are an “invasive species.” How dog people differ from cat people. Cesar Chavez was an animal advocate.
Animals Today April 14, 2018. The connection between dog breeding and dog euthanasia. Educating the public about animal fighting. Preventing dog bites.
Animals Today March 31, 2018: Please don’t buy a wolfdog. The groundbreaking Food for Thought program. Texas Beef Council employing questionable promotional practices.
Animals Today March 24, 2018: The Canadian seal hunt goes on. Cownose ray killing contests. Helping children cope with pet loss. The origins of Earth Day. Children’s book reviews.
Animals Today March 17, 2018. Puppy dies in overhead bin of United flight. Remembering Snickers, who perished after a 2011 Delta flight. Appreciating snakes. More animals in song titles. What’s wrong with plastic straws?
Animals Today March 10, 2018: The California Cruelty Free Cosmetics Act, and other hot news stories. Opponents of African trophy hunting protest in front of apartment of Eric Trump. Snakebites and dogs. Learn about butterflies.
Animals Today March 3, 2018: Overweight dogs and cats. Microchip your pets. The first elephants in America. International Society for Animal Rights.
Animals Today February 24, 2018. Illinois law elevates pets’ legal status in divorce actions. International Polar Bear Day! New airline policies on flying with service animals and emotional support animals. Animals in popular song titles.
Animals Today February 17, 2018. Safe choices for dog treats and toys. Oral health for dogs. Rescued pit bulls are serving as detection dogs. The 10 most lethal animal venoms and poisons.
Animals Today February 10, 2018: Canine influenza. Plastic straws and the oceans. Swim with dolphin programs losing popularity. Rabbit welfare and pet rabbits.
Animals Today January 27, 2018. The strongest ten animal bites. February is pet dental health month. The Nonhuman Rights Project seeks to secure more legal rights for animals. Tracking animal abusers with statewide registries.
Animals Today January 20, 2018. The ten worst zoos for elephants. Updating California’s Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act. Top bird watching sites worldwide.
Animals Today January 13, 2018. Our national emblem, the bald eagle. DDT, eagles, mosquitos, malaria, and Zika. Canned hunting of specially bred species with unusual features.
Animals Today January 6, 2018. Ideas to help dogs and cats for the New Year. Aiding wild animals near the home. The continued growth of the plant-based diet. Reviewing Earthlings. Risks from rabies.
Animals Today December 9, 2017. Legal analysis of the shooting death of an innocent woman by a hunter. Understanding the mind of the cow. Exploring Nat Geo’s Encounter Ocean Odyssey. Pets and stereos: Can we all get along? Marin County’s humane approach to managing wildlife / livestock conflict.
Animals Today December 3, 2017. Reining in Animal Services. Chris Delforce’s upcoming film, Dominion. Legal status of pets continues to expand. It’s International Cheetah Day! Photographing fascinating reef creatures.
Animals Today November 25, 2017: Big game trophy decision: What will the Trump administration do about this explosive issue? Holiday safety for pets. Most popular dog and cat names of the year.
Animals Today November 18, 2017: Sea Shepherd Conservation Society update. What happened to Ringling Bros’ tigers? Ronnie Lee discusses his biography, The Animals’ Freedom Fighter.
Animals Today November 4, 2017: Thanksgiving eats for pets: what’s ok? Turkey traditions and the Presidency. Heartworm update. Favorite products of 2017, part 3.
Animals Today October 28, 2017: California makes a strong move against puppy mills. Overweight dogs and cats. Protecting Manatees. Favorite products of 2017, part 2.
Animals Today October 21, 2017: Who should be permitted to have Emotional Support Animals? Is it time for cannabinoids for pets? Long sentence for police dog killer. Top pet products 2017 part 1.
Animals Today October 7, 2017: Sea Shepherd reacts to Japan’s aggressive tactics. The origins of Animal Law. Protect the Endangered Species Act. Oh, how we love our dogs. Sloths.
Animals Today September 23, 2017: Hurricane and flood updates from Florida and Texas. Shark photography and conservation. Coyotes.
Animals Today September 16, 2017: All about rabbits. Divorce and companion animals. Settlement reached in the “monkey selfie” lawsuit.
Animals Today September 9, 2017: Animal idioms. Ending cownose ray killing contests. Dementia in dogs. Will SeaWorld survive? A rescue and hospice for homeless senior dogs.
Animals Today September 2, 2017: Preparing for Natural Disasters. American Bar Association supports TNVR programs. So ya wanna bring your emotional support animal to Europe? Can music soothe our pets?
Animals Today August 26, 2017: World Mosquito Day. Please don’t visit the dolphin park in Arizona! Another SHARK victory: Senator Inhofe’s canned pigeon shooting events have ceased. Best pet-friendly cities.
Animals Today August 19, 2017. SuperZoo 2017, Part 1. Coverage from Las Vegas. Cognitive dysfunction in dogs. Genetic testing for breed and disease.
Animals Today Aug 12 2017. Deceptive and fraudulent labeling of faux fur: learn how to ensure the products you buy are cruelty free. Bad flu affecting dogs.
Animals Today August 5, 2017: Try a plant-based diet! Heartworm update. Animal advocates are now in Connecticut courts, an important milestone. Rescuing animals and kids from hot cars: new laws apply in California
Animals Today July 23, 2017. Utah ag-gag law ruled unconstitutional. Coral reefs. Is the Pet Effect real? Arachnids, serpents and us.
Animals Today July 1, 2017 Blowing the whistle on wildlife abuses. Surviving another summer in the desert. Independence Day tips for easing stress in pets.
Animals Today June 24, 2017: It’s American Eagle Day and we celebrate eagles. Update on sulfoxaflor, bees and pollinators. Protecting elephants with technology. Bats and their viruses. Robot falcons and more animal news.
Animals Today – June 10, 2017. Is horse urine in your pills? Emotional Support dog bites airline passenger. Delaware rejects breed specific legislation. Seizures in companion animals.
Animals Today June 3, 2017: Dogs, hot cars and the law. Another twisted twist on game hunting. Adventure Cats with author Laura J. Moss. Know the risks of pesticides to your furry family members.
Animals Today May 13, 2017: What makes a great animal sanctuary? Micro chipping and estate planning. Dog bite liability. Disaster planning after Katrina.
Animals Today April 29, 2017. Adopting baby turtles confiscated after LA bust. World Turtle Day. Critically endangered animals. Dog cloning. Educating about animals and nature. Vaccines for cats: what’s needed?
Animals Today April 22, 2017. Animal assisted therapy: fact and fiction. Human hormone therapy poses risks to pets. It’s kitten season again!
Animals Today April 15, 2017: Appreciating Beavers. Do cats need more respect? History and value of micro chipping. Estate planning. Legal news. Would you share a spoon with your dog?
Animals Today April 8, 2017: Wolfdogs. Early days of the Audubon Society. Scorpions. Cesar Chavez, animal advocate.
Animals Today March 25, 2017: USDA removes critical animal welfare information from website. Save The Frogs Day will soon be here. A novel program to rehabilitate animal abusers. Fascinating bats.
Animals Today March 11, 2017. Obesity in dogs and cats is getting more common. Neat products reviewed. Toxicities of rodenticides. Manatees! Dolphins!
Animals Today March 18, 2017: Choosing dog toys and treats wisely. Driving the Southwest US with dogs. Genetic testing on dogs, with our dogs’ results.
Animals Today March 4, 2017: Special update: USDA removes animal welfare information from website
Animals Today February 25, 2017. What are the best ways to train dogs? Dental hygiene tips for dogs. Relief for itchy dogs. The Iditarod sled dog race is animal exploitation.
Animals Today February 11, 2017. Alaska elevates legal status of companion animals. Would you clone your pet? Ecotourism may harm animals. Use care with pesticides when dogs and cats are around.
Animals Today February 4, 2017: Exposing taxpayer funded vivisection. Diabetes in cats. The pets of the Presidents.
Animals Today January 28, 2017. Ringling Bros. to close! Cannabis products for pets. Dogs protecting the President. Cat scratch disease.
Animals Today January 14, 2017. Adopt a rescue bird month. Helping injured birds. Protecting nesting petrels on Hawaii. Elephant Sanctuary Brazil. Synthetic dog models for training. A sanctuary for senior cats.
Animals Today January 7, 2017: The Bald Eagle: American icon and conservation success story. Ending captive lion hunting in Africa
Animals Today Dec 24, 2016: Most important animal stories of 2016
Animals Today December 17, 2016: Myths surrounding plant-based diets. How to move toward a plant-based diet. Expert Vet tips for holiday pet safety. Challenges of coping with the loss of pets around the holidays.
Animals Today December 12, 2016: Animals and religion: An in-depth discussion with Frank Hoffman. Keeping companion animals safe during the holidays.
Animals Today December 3, 2016: Myths surrounding plant-based diets. How to move toward a plant-based diet. Expert Vet tips for holiday pet safety. Challenges of coping with the loss of pets around the holidays.
Animals Today – November 19, 2016: Animals and religion: An in-depth discussion with Frank Hoffman. Keeping companion animals safe during the holidays.
Animals Today Election Report: The hunting activities of Donald Trump’s sons.
Animals Today Nov 6, 2016: Who should be permitted to have Emotional Support Animals? Swim with dolphin programs losing popularity. Helping youth grieve the loss of pets. Backyard ingestion hazards for dogs and cats.
Animals Today October 22, 2016: Wild and exotic animals as pets. Zika spraying kills millions of bees. All about back disease in dogs.
Animals Today – October 15, 2016: Planes and birds in conflict: Making the skies safer for us all. Petition to end horse slaughter. Will California protect good Samaritans who break into hot vehicles to rescue animals?
Animals Today October 8, 2016: Disaster preparedness for pets. Sloths! Canine heartworm disease. Ending horse slaughter. Appreciating bats.
Animals Today September 17, 2016: The film, The Champions. What breed is that dog? Looks are often deceiving! Problems abound with breed specific legislation. Iguanas, red pandas, xylitol, and explosive-sniffing dogs.
Animals Today September 10, 2016: Helping Koalas. Expanded legal rights for animals in Oregon. Worst enclosures for cetaceans. Too many stray dogs in Dallas.
Animals Today August 20, 2016: Mosquito alert and the threat of Zika: World Mosquito Day. Recalling Lori’s childhood trip to Africa. America’s newest juvenile hunting celebrity. Mental health risks to those who work in the animal welfare field. Toxoplasmosis in cats and people.
Animals Today July 30, 2016. Humane animal idioms. Rays slaughtered for sport. Criticizing the functions of contemporary zoos. International Society for Animal Rights.
Animals Today July 16, 2016: Spanish Bullfighter killed on live TV. Coral Reef Awareness Week. What a Fish Knows, by Jonathan Balcombe. The first US animal shelter.
Animals Today July 9, 2016. Critiquing Captain Paul Watson’s statements about the shooting of the Cincinnati Zoo’s Gorilla, Harambe. Innocent jaguar killed at Olympic ceremony in Brazil. Respecting and loving cows – and not because they are milk factories. Fake service animals.
Animals Today June 25, 2016: Will the film, Finding Dory, harm fishes and reefs? US government is killing cormorants. Veganism’s rise in Israel. Developing whale sanctuaries.
Animals Today June 11, 2016: Who’s to blame for the death of Harambe? California desert bighorn sheep need better protection. New animal cruelty legal unit in San Bernardino.
Animals Today May 21, 2016: Moving away from animal testing in drug development. Trained rats detecting TB. All about heartworm disease. What we do for our cats! Wildlife now thrives in Chernobyl radiation zone.
Animals Today May 7, 2016: Progress and challenges at SeaWorld. No, a vegetarian diet will not hurt you. Stiff penalty given for killing a police dog. Animals thriving after Chernobyl.
Animals Today – April 23, 2016: Zookeeper killed by Malayan tiger: This should never happen. Giant rats at work detecting land mines. All you need to know about kitten season.
Animals Today April 9, 2016: The insanity of the Canadian seal hunt. Can a drug extend dogs’ lives? Amazing penguin adventure. Is your neighbor’s dog soiling your lawn? Mass killings of native snakes are not needed. Illegal Ivory trade through Hawaii.
Animals Today April 2, 2016: Stealing Elephants from Africa. Avoiding brain disease with diet. Pet product industry update. Fake service animals under scrutiny.
Animals Today – March 26, 2016: Mink liberator receives long prison sentence. Origins of the Audubon Society. Suing the Cricket Hollow Zoo. Too many dog and cat photos? Cesar Chavez, animal advocate.
Animals Today – March 19, 2016: Ending the killing from the illegal animal trade. Debating feral cat management. From cattle ranch to vegan farm animal sanctuary.
Animals Today March 12, 2016: SeaWorld admits spying on PETA. Aardvark week. PawPAC. More on disease prevention through diet. What mountain lions eat. Suing for the elephant, Lucky.
Animals Today: March 5, 2016: Exposing and opposing slaughter of horses in the US. International Polar Bear Day. Scalia the hunter. Plant based eating for kids.
Animals Today – February 20, 2016: Protecting pangolins. Animal abuse at Riverside County fair. Shark fin ban legal battles. Eating to prevent disease. Helping the animals of the homeless people.
Animals Today February 13, 2016: What’s causing whale strandings in the North Sea? Trump’s sons are hunters. Dental hygiene for dogs. So you’ve found some cats: now what? Bad flu affecting dogs.
Animals Today – January 30, 2016: Wolf-dog hybrids. The dollar value of dogs. Dog bites and the law. More on salamanders.
Animals Today January 23, 2016: Kangaroo product ban in California. Ringling Bros. elephants to retire early. Wolves in conflict with ranchers. Helping children cope with the loss of pets. Highly contagious strain of flu affecting dogs.
Animals Today – January 16, 2016: Child killed by pit bull. Why laws aimed at certain breeds may not be the answer. Microchip your animals. Estate planning for your companion animals. Protecting manatees. Ranking states for animal cruelty laws.
Animals Today January 9, 2016: Protecting the seas with Sea Shepherd’s Captain Paul Watson. Animal protection law survey. The book, Larry Saves the Prairie.
Animals Today December 26, 2015: Top Animal Stories of 2015. Elephant trivia. Avoiding animal hazards during the holidays.
Animals Today December 19, 2015. Holiday safety tips. Animal news. Would you rescue a tortoise? Take the animal holiday challenge!
Animals Today December 12, 2015: NIH retires Chimps. Vertebral disc disease in dogs. How well do dogs really smell? Helping animals without going crazy. California hotel supports military dogs.
Helping Animals Without Going Crazy: Strategies for Effective, Joyful Advocacy
Animals Today November 21, 2015: Ag-gag laws under scrutiny. Seizures in companion animals. Cuddling with scorpions. The bats of Catalina Island.
Animals Today November 14, 2015: Captive breeding and canned hunting of Lions: The film, Blood Lions. Popular dog names. Horses helping veterans.
Animals Today November 7, 2015: Confusion in dog training. Would you clone your dog? Visual identification of dog breeds in shelters is often incorrect. Use care with pesticides when dogs and cats are around.
Animals Today – October 31, 2015: Bear hunting resumes in Florida. Animal abuser registries. Wondrous bats. Pot for pets? October is adopt a shelter dog month.
Animals Today October 17, 2015. California leads US by restricting use of antibiotics in agriculture. Dogs helping Veterans. Ecotourism may harm animals. Relocating, not killing, scary little creatures.
Animals Today October 10, 2015. Monkey takes selfie and monkey eats mail. Disaster planning for animals. Wind energy regulation. Lucy’s law in California
Animals Today October 3, 2015: Dogs in court. Sensible rabies advice. Bees win victory but still are under pressure. Another salamander threat, Herbivore Festival, and baby elephant rescue.
Animals Today – September 26, 2015: Big Greyhound rescue – do you want to adopt one? Ending bear bile farming in Asia. Texas is 10th state to say no to shark fin soup. What vaccines do cats really need?
Animal Today September 19, 2015: US Navy agrees to plan protecting sea mammals. Helping blind dogs and horses. Phoenix ban on sale of puppy mill dogs in pet stores upheld. Dogs really help kids learn to read.
Animals Today September 12, 2015. Break a window, save a dog, get sued? Tiger cub in the neighborhood. Salamanders need love, too.
Animals Today August 29, 2015. Ending consumption of dog meat. Greater rights for chimps. Protecting eagles from wind turbines. Animal foster care for military families.
Animals Today – August 22, 2015: Adventures in cruelty free shopping. Will a Texas radio Veterinarian get shut down? Dog and cat vaccinations – all you need to know.
Animals Today August 16, 2015. The Killing of Cecil causes hunter to quit. Protecting pangolins.
Animals Today – August 9, 2015. The Killing of Cecil – Part 2
Animals Today – August 2, 2015. The Killing of Cecil
Dr. Lori Kirshner’s opening statement: The Killing of Cecil
Animals Today – July 26, 2015. Professor Lisa Kemmerer discusses her book, Eating Earth- Environmental Ethics and Dietary Choice.
Animals Today July 12, 2015: Is John Stossel swimming in the shallow end of the gene pool? Answering Stossel’s Green Tyranny broadcast. Plus, making music with great apes. And Lori discusses animal cruelty.
Animals Today – July 5, 2015: Sharks and Rays under pressure. Can they be adequately protected? Disaster preparedness for everyone.
Animals Today June 28, 2015: Is horse urine in your pills? Getting animals out of war zones. Commentary: Animal cruelty and its causes.
Animals Today June 14, 2015. Use and misuse of dog breed labels – Everything you want to know
Animals Today June 7, 2015: Dr. Kirshner interviews Kathy Davis, Director of San Antonio Animal Care Services
Animals Today Promo 1
Animals Today May 31, 2015. The pervasive cruelty of the horse racing industry.
Celebrating the end of horse slaughter in the US
Animals Today May 24, 2015: Companion animals and divorce. Dogs assisting veterans. Great news from San Antonio Animal Care Services. The end of horse slaughter in the US. Would you break into a car to save a dog?
Animals Today – May 17, 2015. Hidden dog park hazards. Doggie Dementia. Close encounters with spiders and snakes.
Earth Day 2015 – Commentary
Animals Today – February 1, 2015. Exploring gender differences in how we relate to animals. Free roaming cats: New survey asks, how does the public want them to be treated?
Animals Today – Oct 23, 2011 Hoffman And Roberts
Animals Today: Show of August 7 2011. Walk for Farm Animals. Veterans and shelter dogs. Never Cry Wolf Rescue.
Animals Today June 19, 2011: Protecting Moon Bears with Morgan Lance of Animals Asia. Karen Davis with United Poultry Concerns.
Animals Today, May 1, 2011: Will Tuttle discusses the World Peace Diet
Animals Today April 24, 2011: Leane Cronquist, Farm Sanctuary – Easter bunnies and chicks. Kenneth Newman, DVM – Gracie’s law in Florida. David Dosa, MD – Making Rounds with Oscar
Animals Today April 17, 2011. Discussion of the book, The Animal Rights Debate – Abolition or Regulation?
Animals Today April 10, 2011. Marc Bekoff discusses coyotes. Protesting the Palm Springs Rodeo.
Animals Today April 3, 2011. Perspectives in Animal Rights with Dr. Lori Kirshner
Animals Today – March 20, 2011: Snake Conservation
Animals Today March 13, 2011: Videodocumentation of rodeo cruelty. Chimpanzee research.
Animals Today March 6, 2011: Dr. Lawrence Hansen discusses animal experimentation.
Animals Today February 27, 2011: Margery Glickman – Sled Dog Action Coalition.
Animals Today February 20, 2011: FiXit Foundation. Spay/ neuter programs. Leah Gerstner, American Express- Survey on expenditures on pets.
Animals Today February 13, 2011: Pits bulls and Michael Vick.
Animals Today February 6, 2011: Traveling with dogs and cats.
Animals Today January 30, 2011. Michael Parr – American Bird Conservancy.
Animals Today January 23, 2011: Author Stephen Lyn Bales – Ghost Birds. Dr. Diane Pomerance – Our rescue Dog Family Album. News.
Animals Today January 9, 2011: Should the newly passed Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act in Missouri be repealed or changed?
Animals Today – January 2, 2011: Countdown: The 8 most important animal welfare news stories of 2010.

Animals Today: Satellite, Clock & Air Times

Sundays: 9-10 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label:  Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...
The Bill Martinez Show
SAT: 8 - 10 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

The Bill Martinez Show: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Saturdays 8 - 10 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Bill-Martinez_AIRCHECK.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Bill Martinez Live DEMO(3.17mins).mp3

Download MP3

Who is this Bill Martinez?  And what does he bring to talk radio?  Fair questions. In addition to the obvious Hispanic relationship, Bill has risen from a proven and award-winning broadcast and marketing background that includes major market radio and TV experience from programming to on-air personality, to sales marketing and station management.

It’s this breadth of experience that uniquely positions Bill Martinez as the voice of everyman wanting to realize an unfulfilled dream.  “I believe this is why we’re grateful to be an American or are hoping to become a proud citizen of our exceptional country.  America is the place where dreams are realized.  It’s the fulfillment of that extraordinary God-given potential for everyman that gets me up
each morning,” says Bill.

“I really believe our desire to do great things overwhelms a languishing economy or weak leadership. Our history is filled with exceptional testimonials of how American industry, individually and corporately overwhelmed the odds and were successful in spite of the circumstances.  Maybe, for a season, too many have succumbed to the lure of a source outside themselves that can do it for them.
Deep down, we know the truth.”  And it’s that truth that is resonating in the hearts of everyman who engages Bill Martinez Live.

“Our show is about advancing the greater cause for our country and every American Citizen by empowering our listeners with truth and knowledge that will effect the real change we all believe in, in ourselves, our families, neighborhoods, country and world.  This may sound grand, but why not?  It’s time for America to Dream even bigger dreams.

Doing What Works
Sun: 11 PM - 12 AM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

Doing What Works: Satellite, Clock & Air Times (ET)

Sun: 11 PM - 1 AM Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Doing_What_Works_AIRCHECK.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

dww-demo.mp3

Download MP3

Think of the happiest people you know. What are they doing that you aren’t? Doing What Works: Your Guide to a Better Life answers that question. Every weekend, host Maureen Anderson talks to experts with advice on everything from quitting smoking to asking your boss for a raise. Doing What Works is designed to help people find happiness not just at work but in their personal lives, as well.

Maureen Anderson is a civil engineering graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who held a variety of positions in management and sales before getting into radio. She attributes her successful career change to the training she did with Richard Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute? 

Maureen is an award-winning journalist whose articles and essays have appeared in publications ranging from Radio World to Spirituality & Health. She is the author, with Dick Beardsley, of Staying the Course: A Runner’s Toughest Race (University of Minnesota Press, 2002). She is also the author, with Jon Hovde, of Left for Dead: A Second Life after Vietnam (Minnesota, 2005), which won a 2006 Minnesota Book Award. And she’s the author of The Career Clinic: Eight Simple Rules for Finding Work You Love.

Podcasts

Nothing Found

Doing What Works: Satellite, Clock & Air Times (ET)

Sun: 11 PM - 1 AM Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

The Dr. Bob Martin Show
Sun: 8 - 10 AM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

The Dr. Bob Martin Show: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday : 8  - 10 AM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Dr-Bob-Martin-AIRCHECK.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Martin-Demo.mp3

Download MP3

The Dr. Bob Martin Show is the largest weekend syndicated health talk show on radio today. The program includes callers’ questions and comments, breaking health news, and special features such as The Health Alternative and Outrage and Mystery of the Week. Your listeners will learn about nutrition, diet, exercise, vitamins, herbal supplements, homeopathy, healthy lifestyle, mind-body medicine, and many other healing techniques. 

Dr. Bob Martin is the undisputed king of weekend revenue generation and is often referred to as talk radio’s “weekend money magnet”. Not only does the show add to your bottom line, but you don’t have to sacrifice ratings or station image to do it. It’s the antidote to weekend infomercials, reruns, and stale best of’s!

Dr. Bob Martin believes that information and education are the keys to good health, and takes every opportunity to share his knowledge through consumer lectures, newspapers and radio health talk programs throughout the United States and Canada.

Dr. Martin holds a science certification from the University of South Dakota School Of Medicine, as well as being board certified in Anti-Aging Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. (A.B.A.A.H.P.) Dr. Martin is double board certified as a Clinical Nutritionist (C.C.N.) through both the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists and as a Diplomat of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (D.A.C.B.N). Additionally, Dr. Martin is a board certified Chiropractic Physician and Physiotherapist in the states of Arizona, Colorado and Kentucky. He is certified in Applied Kinesiology and has training in the fields of medicine, acupuncture, herbology, sports medicine, and exercise physiology. Dr. Martin is also the author of Secret Nerve Cures.

These specialties led Dr. Martin to formulate over 30 different nutritional supplements and homeopathic remedy formulas. Dr. Martin also sponsors Age Defying Health Cruises for vacationers interested in learning about how to better maintain their precious health and reduce preventable disease risk.

As a nutrition expert, Dr. Martin provides input for nutraceutical companies who are aiming to bring new products to market. He also works as a health consultant for Nutritional Testing Services-a company that provides comprehensive digestive system laboratory analysis for consumers. With an innovative approach to optimal health management, the company also provides nutritional blood analysis, at-home salivary hormone tests, and screening for toxic metal poisoning along with a full mineral assay. Results and recommendations are sent directly to the consumer.

The interactive call-in programs focus on giving listeners health information that will encourage the motivation, confidence and conviction that they need to heal their own bodies of many ailments. The shows also provide a forum for provocative discussions about trends in health care and wellness optimization.

“You can be your own doctor most of the time, and I’ll tell you how.” – Dr. Bob Martin

Podcasts

Nothing Found

The Dr. Bob Martin Show: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday : 8  - 10 AM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Drawn to Wildlife
SAT 12-1 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Podcasts

Drawn to Wildlife: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Saturdays 12-1 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Drawn_to_Wildlife_100119.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Drawn-To-Wildlife-Demo.mp3

Download MP3

Drawn to Wildlife is an outdoor wildlife sports program. We cater to outdoor sportsmen and women across the country, covering ALL things hunting and fishing…from deer to ducks, bass to crappie and everything in between. Host, Drew Ramage, is a fishing and hunting enthusiast that brings years of experience and knowledge to his listeners each week. In addition, the outstanding guests featured provide listeners successful hunting, fishing, and other outdoor sports techniques. For us, “The Seasons Never End”. We CRAVE knowledge and we know you do, too.

You’ll always find the show REAL, honest and fun, the interviews engaging and informative. Drew wants to make those weekend pursuits as productive as possible for our listeners, who will also have access to informative videos on the Drawn to Wildlife website.

What listeners can expect…During most outdoor wildlife sports seasons (duck, goose, deer, wild boar, turkey, and fishing), we’ll be taking you through prep and into the season week-by-week, step-by-step. Like most of us, your outdoors wildlife sporting preparation, planning and discovery is done solely by you or in the camaraderie of family and friends. D2W helps you optimize your time in the outdoors.

For affiliates, advertising opportunities include: Hunting real estate, Banks, Mortgage entities, Marinas, Boats, Trailers, ATV’s, Truck dealerships, Shooting ranges, Bait shops, Gun shops, Applicable hunting and fishing retail, Conservation groups, Hunting clubs, Outfitters specializing in duck, deer, pheasant, goose, wild boar, fishing, State travel associations, Lakes…and more.

The Drive with Alan Taylor
Sat: 10 AM - 12 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Clock
  • Podcasts

The Drive with Alan Taylor: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Saturday: 10 AM - 12 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

The-Drive-AIRCHECK.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

The-Drive-Seg-1.mp3

Download MP3

THE DRIVE WITH ALAN TAYLOR puts you in the driver’s seat for a unique, fast paced look at today’s automotive industry. THE DRIVE is your pedal-to-the-metal, three-hour thrill ride devoted to the latest car news and test-drive results; how-to tips; auto show coverage; automotive expert insights; track day reporting and behind the scenes action. Plus, don’t miss exclusive interviews with executives, athletes, celebrities and prominent news-makers from around the world.

Award winning host, Alan Taylor, is a 30-year broadcast veteran and a true automobile aficionado. For years, Alan has been a featured automotive expert to millions on Motorz, ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX, NBC, and many others including 15 years on daytime’s #1 morning talk show, LIVE with Kelly and Michael. Alan lends his expertise on many car and truck related topics, including Interviews with auto buffs and collectors like Jay Leno, Tim Allen, Mario Andretti, Billy Gibbons and thousands more.

Podcasts

Genesis G90, 2021 Sienna/ Venza, Motorsports in Disarray | #416
Dodge Durango, Dealer Home Services, Indy500, and Auto News | #415
A Reopening Industry, Virtual Cars N Coffee, Good Deals | #414
Oil Abundance, Time to Buy Cars, Nissan Versa, Kia 'Plan S' | #413
Return of Dick Messer, Car Market Chaos, Best Cars of 2020 | #412
Buy Cars Online, Gladiator Mojave, Kelley Earnhardt Miller | #411
Brembo, Fast N' Loud, the Auto Industry, and Momentum Dynamics | #410
COVID-19 Changes the World Around Us as We Catch-Up | #409
A World Shut Down, Hyundai's New Goods, Affordable 3-Row SUVs | #408
COVID-19, What it Means for Our Economy, and Audi Q7 and S4 | #407
Used EVs, Used Car Market, COVID-19, and Reviews Galore | #406
Auto News, GM Trucks, Subaru Winter Driving, Ford V Ferrari | #405
Coronavirus Spooks AutoIndustry, Porsche 718, Fast Trucks | #404
Lincoln, Diesel Wrangler, Cadillac Escalade, Chicago Show | #403
Legions of Demons, New Shelby GT500, Ford Explorer ST | #402
Toyota, Sony at CES, Upcoming Car Tech, 15 Best Autos of the Decade | #401
New Tech, Automotive Trends, and Shenanigans at CES 2020 | #400
2020 Outback, Silverado, Ghosn Great Escape, Musk vs Ford | #399
Decade Review, Ford Material Research, Kia Seltos, Mazda6 | #398
2020 Kia Soul, New Car Tech, Electric Vehicles, Lexus GX 460 | #397
Electric Vehicles Are Being Shoved Down Our Throats!! | #396
Diesel Wrangler, Kia Soul, Toyota Supra, Tesla Cybertruck | #395
2020 GMC Sierra 1500, SEMA, Tesla Truck, Motorsports Update | #394
"Ford v Ferrari", "Big Red" Camaro, Toyota Prius Prime and GR Supra | #393
Audrain's Newport Concours, 2020 AMG GT, and More Reviews! | #392
Dodge Durango SRT, Unvarnished Story of Tesla, and EVs | #391
GM Strike, Kia Stinger, Subaru Ascent, Car Review Palooza | #390
Auto News, Subaru ST209, Brembo Red, Hyundai, Car Reviews | #389
SUVs, SUVs, SUVs, August Bounce Back, and 12 Best 2019 EVs | #388
Lexus GX 460, 2020 NACTOY, Volvo XC Lineup, and GMC Sierra AT4 | #387
SUVs, Inexpensive Cars, Hyperdrive, and A Tragic Loss | #386
2019 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Wrap Up | #385
Automotive Industry Greats at 2019 Pebble Beach Concours | #384
Toyota GR Supra, Lexus RC F, Motorsports, and Car Shows | #383
Dealership Shopping Tips, Radio Biz, Hemmings Auctions | #382
Supercar Test Drives, C8 Corvette, Motorsports, Kia Niro | #381
A Taste of China, Saleen S1, Autotrader, and C8 Corvette | #380
Jeep Gladiator Mods and Reviews, Fast N' Loud, and HAN | #379
Australian Jeep Expedition, Nurburgring, Rolls-Royce Cullinan | #378
Performance SUVs, Mid-Engine Corvette, 24 Hours of Le Mans | #377
Ford Ranger, Autotrader, Airless Tires, and Car Reviews | #376
Motorsports Recap, Auto News, Lexus and Cadillac Reviews | #375
John Wick 3, Toyota GR Supra, Chevy Blazer, and Tesla | #374
BMW M850i, Toyota Supra, RODS, Motorsports, SUVs, Tariffs | #373
Plug-In Hybrids, Rivian, Trucks, Hollywood Cars, and Auto News | #372
Corvette C8, Kia Telluride, Tesla, 4Runner, and Auto News | #371
NYIAS, Tesla, Ford, Rivian, ALL OUT Live, and Auto News | #370
News, Test Drives, and Auto Week on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan | #369
LIVE with Kelly and Ryan, Ferrari 488 Pista, Kia Telluride | #368
Used Performance Cars for Under $20K, Mazda Miata, Kia Soul, and More! | #367
Mid-Engine Corvette, Luxurious Test Drives, and Auto News | #366
Geneva Motor Show, Auto News, Dodge Charger AWD, and Kia Imagine | #365

The Drive with Alan Taylor: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Saturday: 10 AM - 12 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Entrepreneur Weekly
SAT 2:00 - 3:00 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Clock
  • Podcasts

Entrepreneur Radio: Satellite, Clock and Air Times

Saturday: 2 - 3 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Entrepreneur Radio Aircheck-Fall 2019.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Entrepreneur Radio Aircheck.mp3

Download MP3

For four decades, Entrepreneur has been the definitive guide to the diverse challenges of business ownership. Now, the collective voice of entrepreneurship around the world presents: Entrepreneur Weekly, hosted by award-winning broadcast professional, Alan Taylor.

Connecting millions of business owners around the globe, Entrepreneur Weekly celebrates the ideas and innovations which impact us all. Enjoy strategic guidance on the highly-varied facets of business management. It’s time to elevate your brand’s influence, discover new growth opportunities, and sharpen your business skills.


Entrepreneur Radio December  Entrepreneur Radio March Entrepreneur Radio January Entrepreneur Radio April
Entrepreneur Radio

Podcasts

Living in Gratitude and Faith with Tony Child and Christy Dreiling
Pivoting to a Digital Business Model in Hard Times with Kim Spalding and Colin Wayne
Andre Filip’s Advice for Entrepreneurs: No Distractions, Focus Your Mind, Have a Vision
Pivoting in Times of Crisis and Aligning Your Team with Troy Downing and Randy Garn
Find a More Powerful You and Serve Others with Guruji Poonamji and Amanda Holmes
Randy Garn and Chris Naugle Give Tips for Excelling in a COVID-19 Dominated Economy
David Komlos and Patch Baker on Hitting the Ground Running and Learning Something New
Lessons to Win in Business and life from Kelley Earnhardt Miller and Keith Krach
Shanda Sumpter and David Meltzer Are Pivoting and Taking Inventory in These Hard Times
Stefan Thomke and Scott Duffy Give Sage Advice for Navigating COVID-19 Economy
Joyce Shulman on Walking to Loosen Your Brain, Amir Salihefendić’s Remote First Movement
Creating Culture and Never Assuming with Anthony Denier and JayTaylor
Logan Sneed and Bernardo Moya Help Us Grow From Failure and Find Our Best Selves
Bruce Daisley Helps us Bring Joy to our Daily Lives and Workplace
Beating Aging, Caring for the Elderly, Breaking Through, and Standing up to Cyber Bullies
Bardi Toto, Ritchie Fliegler, Chris Demaria, Larry Fishman Share Sage Advice at CES 2020
David Meltzer, Max Haot, and Mike Kahn on Empowering People and Innovating at CES 2020
Jeff Griffin and Tiffany Peterson Coach Us Through Life and Business
Ryan Harms - From Winemaker to CEO, Ryan Lewis Talks Navigating the Cannabinoid Industry
Mike Crowe Demystifies Insurance, Terry Jones Teaches Us to Embrace Disruption
Bonnie Kelly on Self-Sabotage and Jordan Paris’ Three Criteria for Success
Lifestyle and Luxury with Dream Hotel Group and Leisure Society
Fix Your Business with Your Strategic Solutions and Learn How to Crack Complexity with David Komlos
Delicious Content from The Spirits Network and Preparedness with EventPrep
Better Your Business with The Second City Works and The Hero Factor
Forge a Company for Healing with Raj Sisodia of Conscious Capitalism, Inc.
Tiffany Peterson Teaches Us to Increase Our Energy Economy
Evolve Your Business with “The Healing Organization” and “Total Rethink”
Breakthrough Mastermind Event in NYC
Washlava Revolutionizes Laundry and Branding Influence with Michelle Corr Media
Ink Global’s Print Comeback and Indistractable with Nir Eyal
Improve your AQ with Brilliant Measurements from PEAK Learning
HIT Principles and The Unshackled Owner
A Story of Abraham Lincoln and My Personal Therapeutics Cancer Treatment
The Future of Business Innovation with Olo and Think Like Amazon
Discover Your Higher Nature with The MindFix Group and Mobius Media Solutions
Why the Attitude is Gratitude with Dave Meltzer and Kevin Breeding
FranklinCovey Helps Straighten Out Your Management Mess
Four Principles to a Healthier You with iN3 Nutrition
ElliQ’s Cognitive Technology and Chamber.Media’s Brand Awareness Tips
Dog is Good Celebrates Your Best Friend and Strategic Partnerships Bring Success
"You Are Enough" and "Wish Man" Teach Us Strength
Get Some Face Time with Symposium and Next Generation Coaching
Fight the New Drug and Money Ripples
Real Estate on Your Terms with Wholesaling, Inc.
Mike Donoghue, Kyle Lelli, and Cameron Mitchell
Dr. David Rodriguez and Matt Ross
Chris Farrell and Jeffrey Hayzlett
Tommy Baker and James Purpura
Trip Hunter, Brock Felt, and Erik Casarez
Professor M.S. Rao and Carol Barkes
George Black and Sean Byrnes
Brian Hamilton and Mark J. Kohler
Cliff Marks and Nathan Miller
Dr. Diane Hamilton and Lil Roberts
David Meltzer, Mike Bieker, Isaac Ashkenazi, and Dave Buchko
Kevin Harrington, Sundip Doshi, James Symons, Randy Garn, and Josh Poulsen
Bill Kallman, Andreas Widy, Dana Wollman, Cory Bergeron, Ross Wesson, and David Meltzer
Jeromy Young, Anthony Dohrmann, and Andrew Rossow
Derek Sisson & Christy Wilson Delk
Jac Arbour
John Crowley & David Gran
Trent Shelton & Irvin Schorsch
Nadia Finer
Evan Goldberg, Pamela Yanchick Connealy, Jennifer Cabalquinto & Eric Mitchell
Dan Schawbel and Tom Stewart
Ethan Willis and Dorian Johannink
Kevin Bandy
Tom Murry and Dr. Patti Fletcher
Jason Feifer, Jennifer Miller and Jeff Motske
Will Holsworth, Scott Duffy, Randall Thompson and Derek Lundsten
Aaron Hageman and Jeremiah Smith
Joscelyn Duffy
Dr. Chip Bell and Lorne Berry
Michael Karsch
Kelly Lovell, Chad Atkinson and Ryan Kell
Scott Mautz and Shane Meeker
Barry Meguiar
Marie White and Chester Elton
Brian Cook & Bedros Keuilian
Niurka & Eric Wold
Drew Manning & Brandon Steiner
Scott Duffy, Justin Colby & Karen Velkey
Marc Toland & Luke Schneider
Bob McKnight, Steve Van Doren, Fernando Aguerre & Wing Lam
Randy Garn, Nick Nanton, Howard Getson & Mike Koenigs
Randy Garn, Joe Polish & Dave Asprey
Jonathan Obermeister & Jamie Smart
Philip and Melissa Niu
Amanda Holmes, Martijn Atell, Garrett Gunderson & Nick Onken
David Friend
Mario Lopez, Peter Shankman & Michelle Staubach Grimes
Keith Krach & Randy Garn
Alex Canter & Patrick Campbell
Rob Shallenberger
Dan McCormick & Anik Singal
Jillian Manus & Kyle Reyes
Michael Steinitz, Saagar Govil & Rabbi Yitzi Weiner
Robinson Hernandez & Doug DeVos
Kevin Sorbo
Lydia Belanger & Roya Mattis
Jinah Kim-Perek & Mike Robbins
Richard Rawlings & Soon Yu
Kara Goldin, Paul Dell & Jason Maynard
Tony Drockton, Patrick Scott & Danny Coorsh
Evan Goldberg & Rachel Zoe
Dick Schulze, Meghan Sharkus, Jackie Page & Nate Lind
Chris McIntyre, Sharon Rechter & Amanda Holmes
Gaydon "G" Leavitt, Brian Smith & Jerry Harrison
Dr. Sunnie Giles & Jesse Wolfe
Dustin Mathews & Mary Shenouda
Bryan Ballart, Josy Peralta & Nathan Schulhof
David Novak
Marc Gorlin & Demetri Argyropoulos
Dave Woodward, Michael Parrella, Alex Brown, Sita Thompson, Randy Garn , Amanda Holmes & Scott Duffy
Clate Mask, Susan Sly, Lori Taylor, Amanda Holmes, Randy Garn & Scott Duffy
Dr. Kami Hoss, Randy Garn, Cowboy Ryan Ehmann & Amanda Holmes
Paul Roetzer, Jasmine Star, Mike Segura & Scott Duffy
Scott Rewick, Dr. Chad Walding, Tom Rossi, Sam Parr, Randy Garn & Amanda Holmes
Amanda Holmes, David Cancel, David Gerhardt, Marcus Murphy & Jay Abraham
Anne Bahr Thompson & Scott Mautz
Simon Lovell & Bill Clerico
Chester Elton
Salvatore Defranco & Cody Jefferson
Dr. Tasha Holland-Kornegay & John McPheters
Amanda Holmes
Scott Gerber
Ryan Michler
Dr. Jordan Peterson
Priyanka Jain & Colin Wayne
Amanda Holmes & Luis Garcia
David Meltzer, Tyler Suiters & Frank Peng
Steve DiFillippo
Ian Lamont, Nicholas Daniel-Richards & Chase Jarvis
Courtney Reum
Jacob Baadsgaard
Dr. Isaiah Hankel & Steve Fielding
David Rogier, Dan Prosser & Chase Jarvis
Andy Swann & Marianne Clyde
Melanie Gass & Chase Jarvis
David Meltzer & Lonny Kocina
Rya Conrad-Bradshaw, David Polinsky, David Meltzer & Chase Jarvis
Keith Krach
Todd Olson, Scott Duffy & Chase Jarvis
John Larson & Melanie Gass
Jason Feifer, Steve Soroka, Ron Schutz & Chase Jarvis
Naveen Jain
David Steinberg, Melanie Gass & Chase Jarvis
Brian Meert
Candace Owens & Chase Jarvis
David Glickman & Marcus Moufarrige
Michael Kempner, Chris Voss & Chase Jarvis
Jason Feifer, Wade Foster, Michael Gelb, Shira Berk & Justin Klosky
Jason Feifer, Justin Klosky, Joelle Mertzel, Mario Armstrong & Kristen Tomlan
Jeff Green
Steve Sims, Tali Sharot, Ph.D & Chase Jarvis
Amanda Setili & Mark Nation
Aaron Shapiro, Lauryn Williams & Chase Jarvis
Mark Kohler & David Corbin
Jason Feifer, Mark Schindler & Chase Jarvis
Gaurav Bhalla, Ph.D. & Ryan Michler
Jason Feifer, Richard Rabbat & Chase Jarvis
Matt Scanlan
Bobby Klinck, Jen Griswold & Chase Jarvis
May McCarthy
Chase Jarvis & Ryan Harms
Joe Apfelbaum
Dr. Ivan Misner, Ph.D., Sim Gulati & Chase Jarvis
Brian Buffini
Josh Kent, Tom Bilyeu & Chase Jarvis
Dan Clark
Tommy Baker, Rachel Lee Coppola & Chase Jarvis
JJ Ramberg & Stephen Van Deventer
Paul David Walker, Bruce Mittman & Chase Jarvis
Walter O’Brien
Alison Eyring, Scott Jordan & Chase Jarvis
Ketan Makwana, Dr. Karen Osburn & Ryan Michler
Dom Faussette, Cody Jefferson, Kevin McMillen & Tommy Baker
David Meltzer & Sean Whalen
Josh Seibert & Dan Fleyshman
Mark Youngblood
Liz Wald & Kolby Kolibas
Dianna Booher
Michael Steinitz & Nathan Latka
Kelly Lovell & Julie Cottineau
Paul McDonald & Mark Moses
Dr. Scott Parazynski & Tom Kemp
Eli Crane & Nathan Latka
John Ratzenberger
Kevin Cloutier, Scott Duffy & Jason Feifer
Jason Feifer & Dave Sanderson
Alan Alda, Jason Feifer, Tom Butler & Jayson Street

Entrepreneur Radio: Satellite, Clock and Air Times

Saturday: 2 - 3 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Executive Leaders Radio
Sun: 7 - 8 AM, 10 AM - Noon (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Demo
  • Clock
  • Podcasts

Executive Leaders Radio: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday : 7 - 8 AM; 10 - Noon (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

Executive_Leaders_Radio_Aircheck.mp3

Download MP3

September_29_Aircheck.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Executive-Leaders-Demo.mp3

Download MP3

Executive Leaders Radio provides business leader interviews to give listeners a good sense of “what makes success.” Herb Cohen has fine-tuned the art of connecting CEOs’ yesterdays to today’s success. Each show includes interviews with 4 prominent business leaders for listeners to learn what makes them tick, how they were able to build their enterprises, their personal secrets of success, management style, industry trends, challenges and opportunities ahead. Listeners will appreciate connecting to these relatable role models.

Host Herb Cohen has fine-tuned the art of drawing out guests so that they feel comfortable sharing their stories, including the long road that led them into the corner office. Listeners particularly appreciate being able to relate to their life stories and struggles along the way, as well as their personal secrets of success, leadership styles and opportunities. This has made the program popular with non-business listeners, who find the stories fascinating, as well as with other CEOs and business leaders.

Executive Leaders Radio has been featured in internet business magazines SmartCEO (Smart Ideas) and SmartBusiness (Journal for Corporate Growth). Executive Leaders Radio is packed with wisdom straight from those that have done it. executiveleadersradio.com

Herb Cohen: Host and Co-founder of Executive Leaders Radio

Herb Cohen, host and co-founder of Executive Leaders Radio, has a recognized gift for connecting with CEOs, which helps explain the program’s success. As a co-host, he meets more than 900 CEOs each year. A down-to-earth host, Cohen has fine-tuned the art of connecting CEO’s life stories with their successes, a key ingredient with helping listeners relate and appreciate them as potential role models. An active entrepreneur in his own right since the age of 19, Cohen has co-founded several small-businesses and organizations including, QuiqMeds, Pennsylvania Private Investors Group, The Pros Video and The Pros Entertainers. His academic innovations include co-founding the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Entrepreneurial Network, Fairleigh Dickinson Entrepreneurial Center, and the Center for the Advancement of Study of Entrepreneurship at Temple University.

Podcasts

Hello world!

Executive Leaders Radio: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday : 7 - 8 AM; 10 - Noon (ET) Clock

XDS Label: Radio America

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Frommer’s Travel Show
SUN 12:00 - 02:00 PM (ET)
Read More
  • Aircheck
  • Clock
  • Podcasts

Frommer's Travel Show: Satellite, Clock, & Air Times

Sunday: 2 - 4 PM (ET) Clock

XDS Label: RA2

If you do not see Radio America on your XDS receiver please call Westwood One at 914-908-3210 to get authorized. Please call affiliates at 703-302-1000 ext. 250 with any questions...

Aircheck

FROMMER_TRAVEL_SHOW_AIRCHECK.mp3

Download MP3

Demo

Every Sunday from noon to 2pm ET, Arthur Frommer, the founder of the Frommer guidebooks and his daughter Pauline (publisher of Frommers.com) bring their travel expertise to radio stations across the country.

About the Frommer’s:

Since the 1957 publication of Arthur Frommer’s revolutionary Europe on $5 a Day,the Frommer’s collection of travel products has expanded to include more than 300 guidebooks as well as the popular Frommers.com website. Unlike most travel advice brands these days, the Frommers’ media assets are personality driven, built on decades of trust and experience.

The Frommers:

  • Inspire people to travel
  • Give them the tools to plan a memorable trip
  • Accompany and advise them as they travel
  • Provide a forum to share their experiences

The #1 Brand in Travel Guides

  • More than 75 million books sold since inception in 1957
  • A strong, opinionated editorial voice written in a traveler-friendly tone
  • Expert advice and “Best of” picks from a worldwide stable of local authors
  • Exact prices for hotels and restaurants to help travelers plan no matter what their budget
  • Unique star-rating system (1-3 ) to help readers make informed decisions
  • Color photo inserts, detailed fold-out maps, feature icons, walking tours and off-the- beaten-path recommendations

The #1 Online Travel Content Site

  • More than 12 million page views and 3 million unique visitors per month
  • Comprehensive travel database featuring more than 3,500 destinations worldwide
  • People’s Choice Webby Award Winner for “Best Travel Website”
  • Ranked by PC Magazine as the #1 Travel Content Site

Podcasts

The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, May 31st, Hour 1
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, May 31st, Hour 2
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, May 24th, Hour 1
The Frommer's Travel Show for Sunday, May 24th, Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 17th 2020 Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 17th 2020 Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 10th 2020 Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 10th 2020 Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 3rd 2020 Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, May 3rd 2020 Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 26 2020 Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 26 2020 Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 19th, 2020, Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 19th, 2020, Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 12th, 2020, Hour 2
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 12th, 2020, Hour 1
The Frommer’s Travel Show For Sunday, April 5th, 2020, Hour 1