Breakthrough Thinking Broadcasting Network
Saturdays 9am - 2pm
Join host Dave Isaac along with film commentator and producer Joseph J. Airdo and co-hosts Greg Isaac, Eric Reinart, and Tricia 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, 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.
For more information visit www.breakradioshow.com.
Both Sides Now
Sundays 2 pm - 3 pm
The Both Sides Now weekend radio show exchanges ideas, not insults. It covers both sides so listeners decide for themselves. Youíll 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
Saturdays 3pm - 4 pm
THE WOMENíS 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. Itís a forum for opinion and to share information so please join in.
Don't miss the BRAND NEW Women's Eye Radio Show this week-end with Stacey Gualandi! Our topic: "How to Reinvent Yourself." Special guests include Vy Higginsen, producer of "Alive and Kickin'," a musical show seen on '60 Minutes' recently featuring newly discovered singers who are getting an unexpected opportunity to perform on stage.
Also on the program, ABC's Mara Shiavocampo, author of "Thinspired, How I l Lost 90 Pounds." Mara will be sharing her weight loss secrets and tips on gaining self-acceptance.
We are airing and live streaming 3P MST Saturday, 2P Sunday. Hope you join us to hear these two inspiring guests!
Ring of Fire
Saturdays 4pm - 6pm (with limited commercials)
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. likes to say heís 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 countryís most prominent environmental attorney, working tirelessly to safeguard the environment and public health. He is the founder and director of Pace Universityís 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 plaintiffís 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 Benderís more than thirty years of experience in politics, government and entertainment, Kennedy said, ďAs long as Iíve known David Bender, he has been involved in public issues. I think what heís 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 Ė particularly within the entertainment industry. I canít really think of anyone who has done it longer or as well as he.Ē