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KPHX's Weekend Schedule...
 

Saturdays

Breakthrough Thinking Broadcasting Network - 9 am to 2 pm
The Women's Eye - 3 pm to 4 pm
Ring of Fire - 4 pm - 6 pm (entire show with limited commercials)
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy - 6 pm to 9 pm


Sundays

At Home with Gary Sullivan - 6 am - 9 am
Airtime with Sky Harbor Airport hosted by David Ramirez - 10:00 am to 10:30 am
Ring of Fire - 11 am - 2 pm
Both Sides Now - 2 pm - 3 pm
The Women's Eye - 3 pm to 4 pm
Keep Hope Alive With Reverend Jesse Jackson - 4 pm - 6 pm
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy - 6 pm to 9 pm


Breakthrough Thinking Broadcasting Network
Saturdays 9am - 2pm
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Breakthrough Entertainment: Every Saturday from 9:00 am until Noon. Join host Dave Isaac, Greg Isaac, and film critic Joseph Airdo for movie reviews, in-depth celebrity interviews, behind the scenes insights and more!

REAL HOCKEY TALK sponsored by the Breakthrough Thinking Broadcasting Network from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm: It's all hockey with Real Hockey Talk, your Arizona home for Hockey! Join host Dave Isaac, Greg Isaac, Paige Dimakos and Sebastian Noren for all your local and National Hockey analysis.

Breakthrough Sports from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm. The most entertaining sports show on the air! Covers all of your favorite local and national sports. We'll have analysis across the board and interviews with local and national sports personalities. For more information on past guests and shows, please visit sportsbreakthrough.com

Also join us daily as we broadcast live from remote locations across the Phoenix/ Metro area as well as special events in other cities on breakradioshow.com with a simulcast on blogtalkradio.com/btbn.

Formore information visit www.breakradioshow.com.


The Women's Eye
Saturdays 3pm - 4 pm
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THE WOMEN’S EYE features all types of women who are in the news or who are making their own headlines as they follow their passions and interests to improve their lives and the lives of others. They come from many walks of life, contributing how and when they can to the dialogue of each day. Their eyes, observations, and outreach are attempts to make themselves and the world a better place. The EYE is also a destination to find newsworthy articles about women. It’s a forum for opinion and to share information so please join in.

Don't miss the special "August Encore" of The Women's Eye Radio Show with Stacey Gualandi this weekend! Guests for this program include Maurrie Sussman, co-founder of Sisters on the Fly, a band of warrior women whose motto is "We Have More Fun Than Anyone!" and latest book is "Cast-Iron Cooking." Also on the show, former political aide Kim Hunter, whose blog leapingintolife.com promotes adventure and taking on new challenges. Hope you enjoy!

http://thewomenseye.com


Ring of Fire
Saturdays 4pm - 6pm (with limited commercials)
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. likes to say he’s been an environmentalist all his life. As a young boy, he kept pet snakes and raccoons, bred homing pigeons and pheasants in his backyard and learned to train hawks. He even considered becoming a veterinarian. Today Kennedy is widely recognized as the country’s most prominent environmental attorney, working tirelessly to safeguard the environment and public health. He is the founder and director of Pace University’s Environmental Litigation Clinic in White Plains, New York; president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, an international coalition of 99 grassroots groups; and senior attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council. The peripatetic Kennedy also crisscrosses North America several times a year, stirring audiences of college students, community groups and elected officials.

Mike Papantonio is a senior partner of Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Echsner & Proctor, P.A., one of the largest plaintiff’s law firms in America, having handled thousands of cases throughout the nation including Asbestos, Breast Implants, Pharmaceutical Drug Litigation, Factory Farming, Securities Fraud, the Florida Tobacco Litigation, and other mass tort cases. "Pap" has received numerous multi-million dollar verdicts on behalf of victims of corporate malfeasance.

When John F. Kennedy, Jr. launched George Magazine, he chose David Bender as its first West Coast contributing editor. Citing Bender’s more than thirty years of experience in politics, government and entertainment, Kennedy said, “As long as I’ve known David Bender, he has been involved in public issues. I think what he’s been able to do, rather uniquely, is kind of meld a lot of different worlds and channel them into public issues, whether it be Washington, New York or Los Angeles – particularly within the entertainment industry. I can’t really think of anyone who has done it longer or as well as he.” (more info)


Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy
Saturdays 6 pm to 9 pm
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Leo Laporte has worked as an author, speaker, and broadcaster in New Haven, Monterey, San Jose, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, most recently focusing on technology coverage for radio, television, and the Internet.

Past
Laporte has written software for CP/M, Macintosh, and PC compatible computers including the popular open source programs, QDial and MacArc for the Macintosh. From 1985 to 1988, he operated one of the first Macintosh-only computer bulletin board systems, MacQueue.

He was the co-author, with former ABC Technology Correspondent Gina Smith, of 101 Computer Answers You Need to Know, a computer book for beginners published in 1995 by Ziff-Davis Press. He has written about computer hardware and software for Byte, MacUser, and InfoWorld magazines, and he has contributed chapters to Dvorak’s Guide to PC Telecommunications and Dvorak’s Inside Track to the Mac, both published by Osborne/McGraw Hill. He has written four bestselling Technology Almanacs. Leo Laporte’s 2003 Technology Almanac was Pearson Publishing’s Book of the Year in 2003.

In 2000–2001, Leo was a Contributing Editor at Access Magazine, a Sunday newspaper magazine supplement with an estimated readership of 13 million in 80 markets nationwide.

In January, 1991 he created and co-hosted Dvorak On Computers, the most listened to high tech talk radio show in the nation, syndicated on over 60 stations and around the world on the Armed Forces Radio Network. Laporte also hosted Laporte on Computers on KSFO and KGO Radio in San Francisco. On television, Laporte was host of Internet! a weekly half-hour show airing on PBS in 215 cities nationwide. He reported on new media for Today’s First Edition, on PBS, and did daily product reviews and demos on New Media News, broadcast nationally on Jones Computer Network and ME/U, and regionally on San Francisco’s Bay TV.

He was a Managing Editor at Ziff-Davis Television, where he wrote and co-hosted The Personal Computing Show, a half-hour weekly television show for beginning computer users that aired on CNBC. He created and was a daily contributor to The Site, an hour-long technology newsmagazine that aired nightly on MSNBC, CNBC International, and NBC Superchannel in Europe and Asia. Laporte won an Emmy in 1997 for his work on The Site. He also hosted two shows on TechTV (formerly ZDTV), a 24-hour cable channel dedicated to computers and the Internet. Call for Help and The Screen Savers aired live every weekday from 1998 to 2004.

Today
Currently Leo hosts a national radio technology talk show on the Premiere Radio Networks every Saturday and Sunday from 11a to 2p, and Call for Help, a daily hour-long television show produced in Toronto and aired in Canada on G4TechTV, and Australia on the HOW-TO Channel. He also appears regularly on many television and radio programs including Live with Regis and Kelly.

He hosts and produces some of the most popular podcasts in the world including this WEEK in TECH, Security Now!, Inside the Net, The Daily Giz Wiz, and FLOSS Weekly under the TWiT.tv banner. He also continues to write. He has a book imprint with Que Publishing. Leoville Press titles for 2006 include Leo Laporte’s 2006 Technology Almanac, Leo Laporte’s 2006 Gadget Guide, Leo Laporte’s Guide to OS X Tiger, and Leo Laporte’s PC Help Desk.


Sundays

At Home with Gary Sullivan - 6 am - 9 am
Airtime with Sky Harbor Airport hosted by David Ramirez - 10:00 am to 10:30 am
Ring of Fire - 11 am - 2 pm
Both Sides Now - 2 pm - 3 pm
The Women's Eye - 3 pm to 4 pm
Keep Hope Alive With Reverend Jesse Jackson - 4 pm - 6 pm
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy - 6 pm to 9 pm


At Home with Gary Sullivan
Sundays 6 am - 9 am
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DIY has never been bigger, and Gary Sullivan is radio's DIY man. With over thirty years of home improvement know how, and over a decade of broadcast experience, Gary will help your build it up, tear it down, fix it, or replace it.

 

 


Airtime - Sky Harbor Airport with David Ramirez
Sundays 10:00 am - 10:30 am
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Listen as David hosts an informative show about Sky Harbor Airport. David and his guests discuss everything from how to get over your fear of flying to Sky Harbor's extensive artwork collection that is displayed througout the airport.

Visit Airtime on Sky Harbor's Web Site

 


Ring of Fire
Sundays 11am - 1pm (with limited commercials)
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This is an encore performance of the Saturday program.


Both Sides Now
Sundays 2 pm - 3 pm
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The Both Sides Now weekend radio show exchanges ideas, not insults. It covers both sides so listeners decide for themselves. You’ll hear from Arianna Huffington, president of the Huffington Post, and Mary Matalin, former top aide in the Bush-Cheney White House. Sitting in for Arianna periodically will be Ron Reagan & Eliot Spitzer. Hosted by Mark Green.


The Women's Eye
Sundays 3 pm - 4 pm
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This is an encore performance of the Saturday show at 3pm. http://thewomenseye.com

 

 

 


Keep Hope Alive With Reverend Jesse Jackson
Sundays 4 pm - 6 pm
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Baptist Minister, international statesmen, and one of our nation's leading civil rights activists, Reverend Jesse Jackson provides encouragement and guidance and inspires every weekend. He takes on issues, national, and spiritual importance.

Visit The Keep Hope Alive Web Site

 


Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy
Sundays 6 pm to 9 pm
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This show is the Sunday edition of The Tech Guy Show hosted by Leo Laporte.

 

 

 


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