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Football Friday 11/21/14: Broadcast Outlets for all five-area teams in second round playoff action

(Sarasota, FL) Five area teams are in action tonight in the second round of the FHSAA playoffs and all five games will be broadcast on either radio or television.

The Manatee Hurricanes host the Vero Beach Indians in Bradenton. The game will be broadcast on WLSS 930 AM with Dave Bristow calling the play-by-play.

The Venice Indians are home to play the Armwood Hawks. Rich Spedaliere will call the game on WENG 1530 AM/107.5 FM.

The Braden River Pirates will entertain the East Lake Eagles. Bright House Sports Network will broadcast the game on cable television.

Clearwater Central Catholic visits the Cardinal Mooney Cougars in Sarasota. WSRQ 1220 AM/106.9 FM will broadcast the game.

The Charlotte Tarpons travel to Ft. Myers to face the Green Wave. Jeff Briscoe will call the game on WCCF 1580 AM.

Tonight, I’ll be appearing on Adam Shadoff’s “Friday Football Fever” show on SNN at 11:15 PM Friday for a recap of all the high school football second round playoff action in Sarasota and Manatee Counties.

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“Book Talk Radio” guest Tom Cohen author “Dogs with Old Man Faces”


Tom Cohen

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WTMY “Artist Spotlight” guest Ann Hampton Callaway


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Remembering Mike Nichols


Mike Nichols passed away at the age of 83 Wednesday. Before he was known as an Academy Award winning film director and Tony Award winning stage director, he was part of one of the legendary comedy teams of the the late 1950’s and early 1960’s with Elaine May. Here is one of their classic sketches.

“Sports Talk” with Don Henderson and Doug Miles 11/17/14

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Interview with Marc Eliot author “American Titan, Searching for John Wayne”


Marc Eliot American Titan

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“Book Talk Radio” guest Barbara Ann Kipfer author “14000 Things to be Happy About”


(Due to a technical problem, a portion of this interview was lost, however the conversation still provides insight into the book).
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