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A Book and a Chat
A Book and a Chat" has proved a hugely popular radio program with people of all ages. With well over a thousand shows already recorded, Barry's format of "a chat over a cup of tea" has received nothing but rave reviews from guest and listeners alike. The writer of a successful young adult romance book "Across the Pond" Barry has himself appeared on a large number of radio and TV programs. "A Book and a Chat" is a program for writers and readers, not so much a literary show, more like... let’s sit around have a cup of tea and a few laughs." The shows are aired live Tuesday at 6:30PM ET and Wednesday at 7:00PM ET on newvisionsradio.com.
Those Were The Days:
Music from the 20th Century, from 1900 to 1999 with a comedy spot and always ending in a slowey, a show that many thousands enjoy. The shows air 5PM ET Sunday's on newvisionsradio.com
The Swinging Sixties Music from the 60's from around the world The show airs 6:00PM ET Sunday's on newvisions radio.com

Sunday, December 4, 2016

My guest on "A Book and a Chat" (on newvisionsradio.com) on Sunday December 4th at 6:30PM ET is Peter Lion author of The American St Nick, based on a true story from WWII

Amidst the dark and painful days of WWII Europe there shown a bright and joyous light—the courage and compassion of the 28th Infantry Division Signal Corps and its Christmas gift to the town of Wiltz, Luxembourg. The American St. Nick is based on the true story of soldiers who donated their gifts from home, military cooks who baked sweets, and Corporal Richard Brookins, who borrowed clothes from the local priest then rode through town as St. Nicolas to the delight of children and parents alike.
Thus begins a story soon clouded by the trials of war and the distance of time--clouded, but not forgotten. For the story of that day touched the hearts of generations who reached out across the oceans to the surprise of those living with us today and in honor of the memory of those who stayed behind.

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