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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart Radio App to your smartphone or a ...
 
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In forty-four seasons from 1921 to 1964, The New York Yankees won the World Series twenty times. The dynasty began with Babe Ruth’s sale from the Boston Red Sox after the 1919 season. Ruth learned his craft in an orphanage in Baltimore, making the Red Sox as a teenager in 1914. He quickly established himself as the best left-handed pitcher in the A…
 
On their seemingly inexorable advance south in 1942, the Japanese had occupied Aitape in northern New Guinea on their advance south. Allied offensives to halt the Japanese advance began in 1943 and in April 1944 units of the United States Army, especially the 163rd Regimental Combat Team from the 41st Infantry Division landed at Aitape and retook p…
 
Should African Americans Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Do you know what you are Celebrating? Part 1 with Michael Imhotep host of ‘The African History Network Show – 3-19-23 (WATCH VIDEO)https://youtube.com/live/30d4LpZ2ueY March 17th, 2023 better known as St. Patrick’s Day. Around this time of the year you will see St. Patrick’s Day Parades, Kiss Me…
 
If you’ve tuned into Breaking Walls episodes before, you know I rarely editorialize. I’m just the messenger bringing the news. The origins belong to men and women who gave radio their blood, sweat, and tears through radio’s highest highs and lowest lows. I grew up in a home with my grandparents and great-grandparents listening to The Golden Age of …
 
In Breaking Walls episode 137 we celebrate the Irish by focusing on St. Patrick’s Day on the air.——————————Highlights:• Fred Allen — The End and the Beginning• Beat the Band• Burns and Allen at the NYC Parade• Bill Stern’s Sports Newsreel• Dennis Day Returns from the Navy• Fred Allen is King For a Day• Elliott Lewis and Broadway Is My Beat• The Dea…
 
Well, that brings our look at St. Patrick’s Day to the close, but not to worry the green fields of the mind will remain in April.Next time on Breaking Walls, in honor of Major League Baseball’s opening day, we take a trip to the batter’s box and bring our radios with us. We’ll tell and hear baseball stories from some of the most famous broadcasters…
 
Although Fred Allen’s death left an unfillable hole in mid-century comedy, it’s not as though there weren’t other humorists battling with networks and sponsors. Just ask Jean Shepherd.Jean Shepherd was born on July 26th, 1921 in Hammond, Indiana. He served in the Army Signal Corps in World War II, and briefly attended Indiana University. Shepherd b…
 
'San Francisco proposes over 100 Reparations ideas including $5 million each for eligible Black people' - 'The Culture' with guest Michael Imhotep founder of 'The African History Network' - 3-16-23 Payments of $5 million to every eligible Black adult, the elimination of personal debt and tax burdens, guaranteed annual incomes of at least $97,000 fo…
 
By January of 1949 Fred Allen was worn out. He’d spent years battling with sponsors and with NBC. In December of 1948 his Sunday at 8:30 rating was a healthy 20 points, but after Edgar Bergen left NBC’s airwaves the network moved Allen’s show up a half hour to 8PM.Meanwhile on ABC, Stop the Music’s popularity was soaring. Allen lost nearly half his…
 
Broadway Is My Beat first took to the air on CBS from New York on February 27th, 1949, starring Anthony Ross and directed by John Dietz. After fifteen weeks, with Dragnet breaking new ground on NBC, CBS moved the show’s production to Hollywood. Elliott Lewis was by then helping to edit scripts for Bill Spier on Suspense. With the urging of men like…
 
On 27 September 1918, Captain Frisby and Lance Corporal Jackson led the assault against enemy machine-gun positions during the battle of the Canal du Nord, Nord-pas-de-Calais region of Northern France. Following the successes of the German Spring Offensive in March 1918, the Allies launched a series of successful counter-attacks from May to July 19…
 
In 1944 Fred Allen had to quit the Texaco Star Theatre as a battle with high blood pressure forced him off the air. The next fall, in 1945, he returned to NBC Sundays at 8:30PM with The Fred Allen Show, sponsored by Blue Bonnet Margarine & Tender Leaf Tea.With he and Jack Benny back on the same network, the two rekindled their feud. It came to a cl…
 
African Empires that Europeans tried to Steal and claim as their own (Class Preview) – Next Class, Sat. 3-25-23, 2:00pm EST with Michael Imhotep (REGISTER NOW & WATCH CONTENT ON DEMAND) 9WATCH VIDEO0 https://youtube.com/live/9psGTDVS_RQ REGISTER NOW: Next Class Sat. 3-25-23, 2pm EST ‘Ancient Kemet, Moors, Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trad…
 
Jack Benny’s most famous Irish Tenor, Dennis Day was born on May 21st, 1916 in New York City and raised in the Throggs Neck section of The Bronx.Day graduated from Cathedral Preparatory Seminary and attended Manhattan College, where he sang in the glee club. Eventually he made his way to radio. Dennis Day made his Benny debut on October 8th, 1939. …
 
Bill Stern’s Colgate Newsreel first took to the air on December 5th, 1937 over NBC’s Blue network. Born on July 1st, 1907, Stern began in vaudeville and by 1931, he was the assistant stage manager at the Roxy Theater and later Radio City in New York. In 1934 he got the role of broadcaster for NBC’s Friday Night Fights. He became one of the most fam…
 
California Reparations Taskforce: A key decision on Reparations will happen determining how compensation will be distributed - Michael Imhotep on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad 3-6-23 (WATCH VIDEO)https://youtube.com/live/1qmDFs6tIUQ A vote possibly slated for this weekend on requirements for who would be eligible for payments and other remedi…
 
Chris Rock unloads on Will Smith a year after the famous slap; Warriors star Draymond Green says ‘get rid of’ Black History Month: ‘Teach my history from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31'; 58th Anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’; Biden chides GOP for ‘trying to hide the truth’ about Black history in marking Bloody Sunday; Pio Pico, the last Mexican Governor of Califo…
 
By the spring of 1941, George Burns and Gracie Allen had been married for fifteen years and on radio for nine. Their program had been officially titled The Burns And Allen Show in the fall of 1936, and they’d spent time at both NBC and CBS. Unhappy with their Friday time slot on CBS, they’d moved back to NBC for Hormel Meats on Mondays at 7:30. Jim…
 
Originally broadcast from Chicago, NBC’s Beat The Band began airing January 28th, 1940 at 6:30PM eastern time. It was sponsored by Kix Cereal. Listeners submitted riddles with song title answers. If the band couldn’t figure out the answer, the riddle submitter got thirty dollars and a box of Kix cereal. Garry Moore emceed, and Ted Weems conducted h…
 
In 1922 a twenty-eight-year-old Fred Allen, already a vaudeville veteran, was hired by J.J. Shubert for his broadway production of The Passing Show of 1922. Allen was gaining fame as a monologist. He was in charge of writing his own material. One popular gag was the "Old Joke Cemetery." Allen had a curtain painted as a graveyard, on the tombstones …
 
REPARATIONS: Japanese Americans won $1.6 Billion redress, help African Americans fight for Reparations - Michael Imhotep on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad 2-27-23 From California to Washington, D.C., activists are joining revived reparations movements and pushing for formal government compensation for the lasting harm of slavery’s legacy on su…
 
African Presence in America 51,000 years ago, Great African Empires Europeans tried to claim as their own; The Black Madonna & Child was worshiped in Europe, Who were the Moors, Freemasonry, (Class Preview) Next Class is Sat. 12pm EST, 2-25-23 with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network REGISTER NOW: Class #2 ‘Ancient Kemet (Egypt),…
 
Hundreds March on Florida Capitol Over AP African American Studies Course; College Board hits back - Michael Imhotep on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad 2-13-23 Hundreds March on Florida Capitol Over AP African American Studies Curriculum; What about the dozens of topics left in the AP Course?; At least 4 more States scrutinize AP African Americ…
 
(SUN. 2pm EST) FREE LECTURE, Sun. Feb. 19th, 2023, 2pm - 3:30pm EST ‘Black Resistance Movements in The Fight for Freedom: From 1630 B.C. in Antiquity - 2023 C.E. Attacks on Voting Rights & Teaching African American History’ Black History Month Lecture by Historian, Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show' and founder of The African…
 
The battle of Montgisard (fought near Ramla in central Israel) saw the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem unexpectedly defeat the forces of Saladin. The Latins were vastly outnumbered and fought thinking that they faced certain defeat. Their victory put an end to the inexorable advances that the Muslim conqueror Saladin had won up to that point. Dur: 19min…
 
In Breaking Walls episode 136 we spotlight John Dehner and Have Gun, Will Travel.——————————Highlights:• John Dehner’s radio career• Norman MacDonnell and Palladin• The Radio Dial on Sunday November 23rd 1958• A Matter of Ethics• Killer’s Widow• The Lady Doctor• From Here To Boston• Looking Ahead to March——————————The WallBreakers:http://thewallbrea…
 
‘Black Resistance Movements in The Fight for Freedom: From 1630 B.C. in Antiquity - 2023 C.E. Attacks on Voting Rights & Teaching African American History’ with Michael Imhotep - Sat. 12pm EST 2-18-23 (PREVIEW) REGISTER & WATCH NOW: If you missed the FREE LECTURE, Sat. Feb. 18th, 2023, 12pm - 1:30pm EST ‘Black Resistance Movements in The Fight for …
 
Well that brings our look at the radio version of Have Gun Will Travel to a close. So, what’s in store for March?Next time on Breaking Walls, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day and the luck of the Irish, we focus on radio programming from March 17ths of days gone by.بقلم James Scully
 
By 1960, Have Gun and Gunsmoke were the last dramatic productions being recorded for CBS in Hollywood. Network radio drama was dying. The U.S. was changing. President Eisenhower’s second term was almost over. The next year, John Kennedy entered the White House. He defeated Republican Richard Nixon in the 1960 Presidential election.Have Gun, Will Tr…
 
ESPN's Chris Berman 'Abe Lincoln' comment about Mahomes - Hurt Black Quarterback matchup; Sheryl Lee Ralph Black National Anthem backlash against the NFL, History of the song Beyonce performed at Coachella, Jay Z co-opted by the NFL to backdoor Colin Kapernick - Michael Imhotep on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad 2-13-23 (WATCH VIDEO) https://ww…
 
Thirty-five of the first thirty-nine Have Gun Will Travel scripts were TV script adaptations. Beginning with episode forty, all new scripts were original for the radio version of the series.The February 15th, 1959 show was called “The Return of Doctor Thackery.” This episode featured Ben Wright, Jean Bates, Lou Krugman, Sam Edwards, and Harry Barte…
 
The February 9th, 1959 episode of Have Gun Will Travel was called “Killer’s Widow.” Among those featured was the just-heard Vic Perrin. Perrin worked closely with Norman MacDonnell on Gunsmoke and Fort Laramie.On TV, Dick Boone’s Paladin was a smash-hit. That year’s program rating was 34.3 — third overall. Both the show and Boone were nominated for…
 
On February 1st, 1959, Have Gun Will Travel broadcast an episode called “A Matter of Ethics.” The program's opening was a four-note motif composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann. The show's closing song, "The Ballad of Paladin", was written by Johnny Western, Dick Boone, and program creator Sam Rolfe. Western played the song for the TV show.Pala…
 
School Vendor Aramark serves children at a New York Middle School Chicken, Watermelon & Waffles on the1st Day of Black History Month. Was this Cultural Insensitive? Michael Imhotep explains to Farajii Muhammad on 'The Culture' what should be done about it. Did you also know Watermelon dates by 5,000 years ago to Ancient Kemet (Egypt)? How did this …
 
Epaminondas' victory at Leuctra created the Theban Hegemony, a brief period where Thebes dominated Greek politics. There has always been criticism that when Thebes defeated Sparta at the battle of Leuctra they had no real plan to replace the Spartan domination of Greece with one of their own. Hence the Theban hegemony of Greece was short-lived. One…
 
Sunday, November 23rd, 1958 was a sunny, cold day in New York. Conway Twitty had the nation’s top song with “It’s Only Make Believe.” The inside cover of the New York Daily News spoke of President Eisenhower’s slashes to the 1960 government budget. Meanwhile Texan Democrat Rep. George H. Mahan demanded the military budget remain robust. West Berlin…
 
'Black Resistance Movements - Black History Month Origins' - FREE LECTURE , Sat. Feb. 4th, 2023 2pm - 5pm EST 'Black Resistance Movements - Black History Month Origins' by Historian, Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show' and panelist on 'Roland Martin Unfiltered', Contributor on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad. REGISTER HERE…
 
By 1958, Norman Macdonnell was a radio veteran with thousands of broadcast hours under his belt. He’d been producing and directing Gunsmoke since 1952. Gunsmoke’s radio show was one of the first to offer a more-accurate portrayal of events and relationships from the Western era, as writer John Meston remembered.MacDonnell also directed the critical…
 
John Dehner was born John Forkum on November 23rd, 1915 in Staten Island, New York. His father Leroy was an artist. His career allowed John to attend school in Norway and France. John was also a gifted artist, and pianist. He studied at the Grand Central School of Art in New York, while simultaneously getting into acting.Forkum’s talent took him we…
 
Tyre Nichols: Healing Past Traumua; Police Reform can't be Just a Black Thing; 6th & 7th Officer Suspended; 3 Paramedics FIRED; 71 Commands in 13 min; Traffic Violation? - Michael Imhotep on 'The Culture' with Farajii Muhammad 1-30-23 Support The African History Network & Michael Imhotep’s work through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or Pay…
 
Epaminondas of Thebes is one of the greatest and most revolutionary commanders in military history, destroying the might of Sparta in a single day at the Battle of Leuctra in 371 BC. At that battle, Epaminondas led the outnumbered Theban phalanx to an overwhelming victory over an army of feared Spartan hoplites. Theban victory that day forever chan…
 
Why are Black people taught NOT to do Business with family while other Cultures do that and build Wealth? A father, daughter team create a successful company that markets various scents. NORYAN is an olfactive scenting and scent marketing company that harnesses the power of scent to express identities, transform moods and trigger beautiful memories…
 
In Breaking Walls episode 135 it’s February of 1958 and CBS has just launched a new western, Luke Slaughter, of Tombstone. It’s a forgotten sixteen episode gem. Five years earlier it might have been a hit.——————————Highlights:• William N. Robson and The Hollywood Radio Western• Planning Luke Slaughter• Slaughter Launches• The Radio Dial on February…
 
In 1961, William N. Robson joined The Voice of America. It’s the civilian overseas broadcast agency for the US government. During his fifteen years there, Robson wrote, directed and produced documentaries. He won four more Peabody Awards.Frontier Gentleman lasted five months longer than Slaughter. CBS canceled it in November, but with another weste…
 
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