Talk Shows

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Democracy Radio
... The concept was to develop and incubate progressive oriented talk programming and enlist radio networks to market the programs to stations around the country ... Democracy Radio developed and produced talk shows that launched the national careers of Ed Schultz and Stephanie Miller, among others ... In 2003, Democracy Radio recruited its first talk show host - Ed Schultz from KFGO in Fargo, North Dakota ...
List Of Shows Previously Aired By American Broadcasting Company - Talk Shows
... Caryl Marilyn Real Friends (1996–1997) The Dick Cavett Show (1968–1975, 1986) Good Afternoon America (2012) Home (1988–1994) Mike and Maty (1994–1996 ...
Jadeworld (USA) - Jadeworld™ On DISH - Jadeworld Channels
... news and financial reports, as well as current event talk shows, lifestyle and travel programs ... news, TVB2’s infotainment scope includes children’s programs, travel info shows, music varieties, top-rated TVB dramas and more ... analysis, TVBN News reports, plus TVB hit-drama series and a wide range of magazine shows encompassing the most popular topics such as celebrity interviews, reality shows, medicine and ...
List Of Programs Broadcast By WGN America - Current Programming - Syndicated Series - Talk Shows
... The Bill Cunningham Show1 (September 17, 2012 – present). ...

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    The problem of culture is seldom grasped correctly. The goal of a culture is not the greatest possible happiness of a people, nor is it the unhindered development of all their talents; instead, culture shows itself in the correct proportion of these developments. Its aim points beyond earthly happiness: the production of great works is the aim of culture.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    I’ve thought about how, were we to suddenly receive the freedom about which we talk so much when we spar with one another, we would not know what to do with it at first. We would expend it on denouncing one another in the newspapers for spying, for love of the ruble, we would frighten society with protestations that we have no people, no science, no literature, nothing at all!
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)