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Swoop's World Late Night - Death By Misadventure
February 05, 2011 09:24 PM PST

On February 2, 2011 Swoop’s World Late Night took a look at the many people, stories, and urban legends of those with one special thing in common; “Death by Misadventure.” We did a tasting of Jameson Whiskey! And of course Chris and Taylor joined us with “C-liv’s Late Night Snackin’s” and “T-Bones Timeout” sports report.

You can listen to Swoop’s World Late Night stream live on your iPhone each week by using the Talk Stream Live app. Join us on Swoop’s World Late Night Wednesday nights at 10pm (PST). Listeners can call in live or join in via our online chat.

Swoop's World Late Night - Featuring the band "Last Day Off"
February 05, 2011 05:43 PM PST
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On Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 10pm PST the guys from the band Last Day Off dropped by the studio to join us on Swoop’s World Late Night on

Last Day Off is a Los Angeles-based band, consisting of Wolf Bradley – Lead Vocals, Guitars, Jonathan Barron – Guitars, Andrew Macatrao– Drums, and Chris Gomez-bass. The group has been out doing their thing and picking up critical acclaim along the way. Tune in as we get to know this young band and their music. Following our interview with Last Day Off, it’s what you’ve come to expect. Chris and Taylor join in as we tap into everything late night; from music, sports and entertainment to news, politics, and late night snacks. Call in or join us on the chatline.

Dora Jacildo of Children Today on Swoop's World Primetime
February 05, 2011 05:36 PM PST
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On Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 8pm PST Dora Jacildo, Executive Officer of Children Today was our guest on Swoop's World Primetime. With a mission, to provide community based services to children and families experiencing homelessness, fostering long-term family stability and success, Dora must have quite a challenging career. Tune in aas we get to know Dora and the wonderful work of Children Today.

Dora Jacildo has over 17 years of experience in the field of early care and education. Her career began as a preschool teacher, and after leaving the classroom Dora worked with child care providers while improving the quality of early childhood education in the South Bay. In this capacity, she mentored over 300 providers and assisted with the start of hundreds of family child care businesses.

Since 2004, Dora has served as Executive Director of Children Today. She volunteers on many local committees and commissions, including the Long Beach Area Coalition for the Homeless, the Multi Service Center Advisory Board and is a member of the Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership. Children Today was founded in 1997 by two working mothers in Long Beach, California, after one of them saw a toddler wandering alone down a busy street, wearing only a diaper, his parents nowhere to be seen. It was this haunting image of homelessness – as well as its often overlooked impact on children – that inspired the creation of Children Today.

Join us every Wednesday at 8pm(PST). Listeners can call in live (917) 889-7449 or join in via our online chat. Use the “Set a Reminder Function” now and you won’t miss a minute.

Swoop's World Late Night - CLiv's Late Night Snackin's
February 05, 2011 05:30 PM PST

Swoop's World Late Night On Tonight we introduce a new segment "CLivs Late Night Snackin's." Of course we'll have all of our usual fun. Swoop’s World Radio is a Southern California Internet radio show based in Long Beach, Ca.

Each Wednesday from 8pm-10pm PST on Swoop's World Late Night continues the night from 10pm - 12am PST on the Network.

Protecting Children From Predators; Our Guest, Heather Brown DDA
February 05, 2011 05:26 PM PST
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On Wednesday 1-19-11 at 8pm PST Our Guest was DDA Heather Brown of the Orange Count District Attorney’s office. Tune in and learn what it takes to protect our children from predators.

Heather has been a prosecutor in Orange County, California for the past 12 years. After having received her Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University, she attended Pepperdine University Law School and obtained her Doctorate Degree in Law.

During Law School, she worked for the Los Angeles County Probation Department in their Narcotics Testing Unit and she clerked for Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for 3 years. Heather has worked in the sexual assault unit for the past 6 and ½ years and has convicted 100”s of child molesters, rapists, and sexual deviants. Heather has handled many high profile cases involving priests, schoolteachers, coaches, bus drivers, babysitters and parents. Heather is currently assigned a caseload that specializes in handling cases involving multiple victims and the rape and sodomy of very young children. She has made presentations to local law enforcement agencies, CAST, UC Irvine, Community Service Programs and has lectured on Sex and the Law on numerous occasions at Cal State Fullerton. Heather has made presentations to the FBI on topics of “How to Make Sex Cases Better” and presented a case study on the serial killer Randy Kraft at the FBI Highway Serial Killer Symposium in 2009. She recently presented a Case Study at the 2010 Crimes Against Children Conference in Dallas about a serial molester who kidnapped and raped a 7-year-old girl as well as multiple disabled children. Heather’s career has been dedicated to the prevention and eradication of sexual crimes against children.

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Swoop's World Late Night
February 05, 2011 05:20 PM PST

The first edition of Swoop's World Late Night On Tonight we introduce ourselves to the ZTalk Listeners and of course we are joined by Chris and Taylor of LB Food Review. Swoop’s World Radio is a Southern California Internet radio show based in Long Beach, Ca.

Each Wednesday from 8pm-10pm PST on Swoop's World Late Night continues the night from 10pm - 12am PST on the Network.

Swoops World Radio - This week looking forward for 2011
February 05, 2011 05:11 PM PST

On Jan. 5, 2011 we looked forward for 2011. We tackled that yearly subject of resolutions. Tonight guests include Chris Swan and Jack Nunn. They’ll give us the lowdown on fitness for the New Year and help you get started on the right path.

Taylor and Chris of LB Food Review will join us for their Food Review segment. We will also take on current events including bike registrations and unveil some great new changes in store for Swoop’s World this year.

Chris Swan is an extreme athlete who has competed in some of the most grueling competitions known to exist and proven himself a winner. This two-time U.S. Olympian has competed in rowing competitions during the ‘92 (Barcelona) and ‘96 (Atlanta) Olympic Games. He’s competed in Triathlon (Ironman Qualifier), Kayaking 2005 Yukon River Quest, (470 mile Kayak race Winner and Course Record), Dragonboat (set World record in 2007 in Sydney). Chris is a graduate of Harvard University, earning his BA in Government.

Jack Nunn, Owner of Powerhouse Fitness, started rowing in ‘96 for Long Beach Juniors and made the 1997 Junior National Team Selection Camp. He stared for four years at UC Berkeley, winning four Pac-10 championships and three IRA National Championships. He was a member of the first undefeated Pac-10 and IRA National Champion Freshman 8 in ‘98 and repeated the feat in ‘99.

Jack helped his varsity 8 place second at the Henley Royal Regatta in 1999 in the Ladies Plate Challenge Cup in London, England. Jack also played two seasons with the Cal Ice Hockey Team. Jack earned his BA in Business/Communications.

Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm (PST). Listeners can call in live (917) 889-7449 or join in via our online chat. Use the “Set a Reminder Function” now and you won’t miss a minute.

Best of Swoop's World - Replay of Yancy Butler Interview
February 05, 2011 05:04 PM PST

For our last show of 2010 on Swoop's World Radio, we offered a "Best of Swoop's World" episode. With a replay of one of our most popular interviews of the year. Our interview with actress Yancy Butler. Probably best known for starring as Det. Sara "Pez" Pezzini on the television series "Witchblade", Yancy has a host of credits to her name and some upcoming features as well. Join us as we get to know this talented actress.

Musician Barry Rillera and Aliye Aydin of Beach Greens
February 05, 2011 04:56 PM PST

On Wednesday December 15, 2010 at 9pm PST our guests were musician Barry Rillera and Aliye Aydin of Beach Greens. Barry Rillera, who joins us during our first hour, is a music vet in the truest sense of the word. After graduating college and teaching grammar school for two years, he went on the road with two hometown friends, The Righteous Brothers, and never looked back.

In a touring career with The Righteous Brothers, which spanned some 30 years, he served as their lead guitarist, bandleader and tour manager. But, his heart has always been with the blues ever since he first learned to play by listening to B. B. King 78 records. This opened his mind to the possibilities the electric guitar had in store for the changing music scene at that time. Barry continues to follow his passions, which are performing live and writing more blues material.

After Barry, Aliye Aydin of Beach Greens joined us, beachgreens is a mission driven company based in Long Beach, that delivers organic and sustainably grown produce direct from local Southern California farmers to your house, apartment, or workplace in the Greater Long Beach area. Beach Greens strives to make organic and sustainably grown produce more readily and easily available in our busy lives through education of our community, and ourselves and through relationships conducted with honesty, integrity, respect, and with a commitment to sustainability.

Aliye started beachgreens in July 2007 in an effort to make organic and sustainably grown produce direct from local farmers more readily available for the average busy person in Long Beach.

Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm (PST). Listeners can call in live (917) 889-7449 or join in via our online chat. Use the “Set a Reminder Function” now and you won’t miss a minute.

Special Edition With Guests Rock-and-Roll icon Grace Slick and Singer/Songwriter Michelle Mangione
August 27, 2010 10:12 PM PDT

In the wake of the recent BP oil disaster, rock-and-roll icon Grace Slick and Los Angeles songwriter Michelle Mangione have joined forces on a new song released this week that brings together musicians from across the US to raise money for aid to Louisiana.

The GRAMMY Museum has partnered with the artists, lending its support for the track, The Edge of Madness, in order to benefit fishermen and musicians in the areas hardest hit by the disaster. Grace Slick and Michelle Mangione join Swoop's World to discuss The Edge of Madness, the inspiration behind the song, and what can be done to help the people of Louisiana. Those are some of the things we know we'll talk about, but of course with this line up who knows where it all will lead.

You don't want to miss what is sure to be a fun, informative, good time. As always listeners have the opportunity to call in live (917) 889-7449 or join in the conversation via our online chat.

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