I continue my constant efforts to get out the word about this most worthy cause, despite the continuing resistance I meet almost everywhere I turn. Even many who have promised to help in the past have abandoned their pledges and refused to lift a finger to be identified with the truth about the tragic fate of Amelia Earhart. Talk about the power of PC.
But since I have approached and been rejected by thousands, I’ve also found a few good people willing to help, so for the very few who might stop by this most obscure blog site, here’s a brief summary of upcoming radio appearances.
I was on with “Bob Burns in the Afternoon,” 1400 WOND AM, Atlantic City, N.J., on Monday, Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. Eastern Time. Listeners out of the Atlantic City area can stream the station at www.WONDRadio.com. Atlantic City is well known as a retirement haven for middle class seniors, and many should be interested in hearing the truth about Amelia Earhart’s sad demise on Saipan.
Don McCauley, co-host of “The Authors Show,” one of the top-ranked author radio shows in the world, will be producing an interview we do on Aug. 16 that will run on the Authors Show non-fiction page, http://www.TheAuthorsShow.com, on Sept. 4.
On Monday, Aug. 5, veteran broadcaster Carole Marks, host of “A Touch of Grey,” a weekly show aimed at the older generation, interviewed me for about 15 minutes. Although I wasn’t previously familiar with her work, Marks is no small timer. According to her Web site, http://atouchofgrey.com/blog/about-us, some of Marks’ recent guests include “John McEnroe, Jill Clayburgh, Donna Mills, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Billy Joel, Suzanne Sommers, Doris Roberts, Melanie Mayron, and Maria Muldour in addition to doctors, professors, government officials and a wide variety of authors.”
Marks’ show is heard on Sundays in the two biggest markets in the country, 970 AM, “The Answer,” serving the New York City area (2-3 p.m. EST), and KRLA 870 AM “The Answer,” Glendale, Calif., the famed Los Angeles talker, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST. Two stations, a nation apart, with the same nicknames. I was told by Marks’ producer that our segment will air Sunday, Sept. 1, but it did not and I wasn’t informed of any changes in the schedule, which of course is extremely annoying. I await an answer about what happened as well as if and when the segment will air at all.
Finally, William Xam, host of a new Internet program, “Surrounded by Idiots,” on the Freedom Talk Radio Network, has expressed his interest in the Earhart matter. We’ll be discussing it Sept. 25 between 6 and 8 p.m. Not sure which hour I’ll have, but you can tune in at http://www.ussamichigan.com/category/archive.
I’ll provide more specifics on these show, and hopefully others, as the information becomes available.