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Radio Mans fave with The Kinks

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The Kinks were an English rock band formed in Muswell Hill, north London, in 1963 by brothers Ray and Dave Davies.

Thursday in Broadcast History .. May 27th

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IT WAS MAY 26th … when Canadian radio pioneer Reginald Fessenden was granted a patent for the liquid barretter microphone… When Carl Perkins finally appeared on NBC-TV’s “The Perry Como Show” singing his milion-selling version of “Blue Suede Shoes,” two months after he was injured in an MVA enroute to the show …. When the Rolling Stones were guests on ABC-TV’s weekly music showcase “Shindig!” along with Sonny & Cher, Jackie De Shannon, and Jimmy Rodgers .. ..and when Fantasia Barrino (pictured) was named winner of the third edition of Fox TV’s “American Idol,” edging out Diana DeGarmo. ALL the milestones for May 26th INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Wednesday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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The Lanterns Have Been Lit, Signal Sent, Shot Heard Around The World

$595 million bailout for news media remains ‘confidential’

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The Revenue Agency refused to disclose actual payments.

Are Canadian Media being Paid To Brand The Conservative Party Racist? by Brad Salzberg

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In post-modern Canada, racism is more than a social condition-- it is a political weapon. by Brad Salzberg May 25, 2022 Some social developments should rightly be...

Radio Mans fave with Thin Lizzy

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Thin Lizzy are an Irish hard rock band formed in Dublin in 1969. Their music reflects a wide range of influences, including blues, soul music, psychedelic rock and traditional Irish folk music, but is generally classified as hard rock or sometimes heavy metal.

Wednesday in Broadcast History .. May 25th

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IT WAS MAY 25th … when the 16th Annual Emmy Awards saw top honors go to “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and its stars, Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore… When “The Brady Bunch Hour” aired for the final time on ABC-TV… When after a 20 year break CBS Radio resumed weekly Major League Baseball playbyplay … When the final episode of Tim Allen’s ‘Home Improvement’ aired on ABC .. When Jay Leno took over NBC-TV’s “Tonight Show,” replacing Johnny Carson as regular host. Leno’s first guest was Billy Crystal… ..and when Ringo Starr was a guest on CBS-TVs “Late Show With David Letterman.” ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Tuesday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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Economic Playbook Known, It’s Happening Again, Economic Agenda Is Failing

Toronto Morning Host John Derringer’s Show Placed On Hiatus Pending External Investigation Into Gender...

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CILQ Toronto has placed morning host John Derringer on hiatus

Adam Stirling: Bell Media’s Depressed CFAX 1070 Talk Radio Host Losing Listeners Fast (Comments)

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Stirling stirs and promotes his on air hate for those who would in any way oppose the final narrative of Bonnie Henry and the official (and now very much contested) public health narrative.

Radio Man goes Country with Conway Twitty today!

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Twitty achieved stardom with hit songs like "Hello Darlin'", "You've Never Been This Far Before", and "Linda on My Mind". Twitty topped Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart 40 times in his career, and topped the Billboard Pop charts once with "It’s Only Make Believe". He had 55 number one hits, a record that stood for 20 years, until it was broken by George Strait. He wrote 11 of his Billboard country #1 hits.

Tuesday in Broadcast History.. May 24th

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IT WAS MAY 24th .. when the Canadian Parliament passed a bill establishing the CBC as a national broadcasting system … When Nanaimo BC got its own 250 watt radio station, CHUB 1570, with the first day featuring live coverage of the Empire Day Parade … When Randy Bachman and his Canadian band the Guess Who made their U.S. television debut on ABC’s “American Bandstand”… ..and when Dean Martin (pictured with The Golddiggers) concluded his 9-year run as star of a weekly variety show on NBC-TV. ALL the milestones for May 24th INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Monday News with all the News behind the News and Much...

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[JB] Says The Quiet Part Out Loud, Alternative Currencies Are Gaining Acceptance

BILLION DOLLAR Museum and NDP Scheme to “Brownwash” BC History, by Harvey Oberfeld

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The only history worthy of telling … and memorializing … is the unblemished, unfiltered absolute truth.

Radio Mans fave with Aerosmith

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Aerosmith is an American rock band formed in Boston in 1970

Monday ‘Victoria Day’ in Broadcast History .. May 23rd

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IT WAS MAY 23rd .. when pioneering Seattle radio station KOL first signed on …. When CBS gave Johnny Carson a summer TV game show called ‘Earn Your Vacation’… When ‘Star Trek: the Next Generation,’ ‘Star Trek: Voyager,’ and the ABC-TV sitcom ‘Full House’ aired their final episodes … When ABC televised its third Barry Manilow Special, with John Denver as special guest … ,,and when Jordin Sparks (pictured), at age 17, became the youngest-ever winner of FOX-TV’s American Idol on its season-ending telecast. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

‘Critique so stinging, so biting, so brilliant’: ‘The Pauser’ called some shots on air,...

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In Pleasant Good Evening — A Memoir: My 30 Wild and Turbulent Years of Sportstalk, host Dan Russell recounts the highs and lows of hosting a call-in radio sports program in Vancouver for three decades.

BC’s top judge to make decision for vaccine passport challenge! MSM has Not been...

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Chief Justice Christopher Hinkson initially locked down three hearing dates for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last week, however by the end of Thursday he had heard all he needed.

Jeff Walker: Beating On Yourself – The Sound Off Podcast

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There's a lot of potential to make money, or lose it, in Las Vegas. In fact, that's pretty much the whole point of the city. Most people head down there to try their hand at the slots, play a few rounds of blackjack, take in some spectacular shows, or bet it all on a high-stakes poker match. But you don't see many people betting on the city itself.

Radio Mans fave with Poison

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The band is perhaps best known for the Billboard Hot 100 number one hit single "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," and other top 40 hit singles in the 1980s and 1990s, including "Talk Dirty to Me," "I Won't Forget You," "Nothin' but a Good Time," "Fallen Angel," "Your Mama Don't Dance," "Unskinny Bop," "Something to Believe In," "Ride the Wind," and "Life Goes On."[

Sunday in Broadcast History .. May 22nd

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IT WAS MAY 22nd … when Jack Benny signed off his last live network radio broadcast after a run of 23 years… When the Seattle-based Brothers Four sang “Greenfields” on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show. And Canada’s Wayne & Schuster did a skit from the Old West called “Frontier Psychiatrist” … When ‘To Tell the Truth’ aired the final weekly show of its original run on CBS-TV … When New Westminster-born actor Raymond Burr (pictured) starred in the title role as the last original Perry Mason episode titled ‘The Case Of The Final Fade-Out’ began filming…. ..and when ABC-TV’s ‘Hart to Hart’, and the NBC-TV sitcom ‘3rd Rock from the Sun’ , as well as ‘The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson,’ aired their finales. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

Robby Mook Testfies: Hillary Personally Approved Leak of ALFA Bank Hoax to Media

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Guilty as Sin! Hillary Clinton is going down...

Radio Mans fave with Sly & The Family Stone

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Sly and the Family Stone was an American band from San Francisco. Active from 1966 to 1983, it was pivotal in the development of funk, soul, rock, and psychedelic music

Saturday in Broadcast History .. May 21st

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IT WAS MAY 21st … when Kamloops B.C. got its first FM station as CFFM 98.3 signed on … When CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show aired from Montreal’s Expo 67, and featured Petula Clark and The Seekers, with comedian Alan King… When after 18 years of losing Susan Lucci finally won Best Daytime Actress Emmy …. When after a 5 year run, the final episode of ‘Miami Vice’ aired on NBC-TV… .. and when after 8 seasons the finale of the sitcom ‘Newhart’ was seen on CBS-TV. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

Bill would give CRTC power over user-generated content, but it won’t use it: chair

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The chair of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says a federal bill would give it power to regulate user-generated content, such as homemade videos posted on YouTube

PSR’s 6 o’clock Friday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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[HRC] Approved The Alpha Bank Hoax, Durham’s Path Is Clear, Buckle Up

There’s a crucial court case happening NOW here in BC that is NOT being...

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Where are Global, CBC Vancouver, CTV Vancouver/Victoria CHEK TV hiding???

CBC admits that it spread disinformation on ‘Freedom Convoy,’ retracts false story

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The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), which relies on generous pay-outs from the taxpayer to function, has admitted to spreading disinformation on the Freedom Convoy.

Radio Mans fave with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

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When joined by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young as a fourth member, they are called Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY).

Friday in Broadcast History .. May 20th

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It was May 20th … when the Canadian Marconi Company station X-W-A, later CFCF, in Montreal aired a musical concert, the first scheduled radio broadcast in North America, and possibly the world… When CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show featured Peggy Lee, The Brothers Four (from Seattle), and retired baseball great Jackie Robinson …. When the 25th Emmy Awards gave top honors to The Waltons, All in the Family & Mary Tyler Moore… ..and when the final episodes of ‘Barney Miller’ and the original run of ‘Roseanne’ (pictured) aired on ABC-TV… and the ‘Cheers’ finale was seen on NBC. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.