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    Bryce Sparks Mud Racer "Mud Madness" (Discovery Channel)

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    From the producers of Deadliest Catch, Discovery Channel introduces Mud Madness, a new series that follows the increasingly popular sport of Big Tire UTV Mud Racing and the passionate individuals that are behind it. Extreme mud racing is a dangerous, intense, action-filled motorsport that has become serious business. The mud racing circuit attracts racers from all over the country with a top prize of more than half a million dollars. Mud Madness showcases the epic mud courses, the over-the-top custom vehicles, the deep-rooted rivalries, the unique competitors and even the wild party scene behind the sport. 
    To discuss the new series is champion mud racer Bryce Sparks (@WhiskeyBiz), who reaches millions of people online via his social content. Bryce chats about the appeal (and danger) of extreme mud racing, why it’s been attracting new fans and what viewers can expect from the new show. MUD MADNESS premieres April 9th @ at 9pm ET/PT on Discovery.

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    Mike Mostert From In Theory Chats With Donna Lyons

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    Mike Mostert From In Theory Chats With Donna Lyons 
    Check out their website!  https://www.intheoryoriginal.com/

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    BlazinRy: Backstage

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    BlazinRy: Backstage co-hosts Joe Dunkin and Ryan Holmes reunite for the first time in nearly 5 years! Featuring The Hot Mess Awards with The Wizard Thom Fogarty! Plus, the return of The Joke-Off! The boys discuss what's been going on in their lives, current events, and of course, paper towels. Join the party, it's the return of BlazinRy:Backstage! 
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    A Team of Voices present Hatter's Jukebox 3/22/24

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    Welcome to A Team of Voices radio...
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    Our group is filled with Love and Respect... We're all so happy to see you here... We are poets from all over the globe  with listeners from over 60 countries...
    The hosting team offer a variety of  programs for your entertainment...
    There is something different going on  nearly every night of the week... 
    You never know what we have up our sleeve... like jokes poetry games... slams... talk shows... magic tricks... contests and  special events  with poetic topics from a - z...
    and YOU  are invited to join us for all the fun. - just click on to listen to the live show  or to hear any prerecorded episode  and you can also call up to participate... at 1 646 668 2837
    You can find our hosts and hostesses  writing over at All Poetry.com and hanging out  in the A Team of Voices radio group chat room  Our hosts and hostesses push love and respect! - Stop in and check us out...

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    Eerie House Olde Tyme Radio #389EH810 - Car Trouble

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    Automotive awesomeness in store on Eerie House OTR with three tales of the horseless carriage - Theater 5 "10 Year Old Car", Suspense "Girl in the Powder Blue Jag" and Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show "Cadillac in the Pool". Dale and Dave will gladly give you a lift, often accompanied by Gar the Ghoul and Cee Wu. Listen, Chat, Call

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    One on One with DGA Director, Mark Jacobs

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    Mark S. Jacobs has worn many hats throughout his illustrious career – a United States Army veteran, television, and film director (DGA), producer, cinematographer, journalist, and video editor. His story is one of dedication, innovation, and a passion for storytelling. Before making his mark in the world of television, commercials, music videos, documentaries, and feature films, Mark dedicated 30 years of his life to television news. His journey began as a top photojournalist and news manager, where he led teams to deliver innovative local news content. Mark played a pivotal role in testing and implementing new technologies in the realms of photojournalism, editing, and news production.  He was honored with an impressive tally of 51 television news awards, including 22 Emmys, two Edward R. Murrow awards, and five Golden Mics. His commitment to excellence in storytelling and his impact on the industry were evident in the recognition he received. In 2017, Mark achieved another milestone as he was inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame. This honor was a testament to his significant contributions to the field of television news and journalism. Since 2004, he has directed over 55 television series and pilots, earning accolades such as a daytime Emmy and other prestigious prizes. Some of the notable series under his direction include "Breaking Bonaduce," "Rob n Big," "Kitchen Nightmares," "Glee," "The Great Christmas Light Fight," and "Ellen." Mark's creative prowess extends beyond television, as he has directed Coldplay's "Church" music video and the feature documentary "Jesse's Story," released in 2009. As the president and founder of Zzyzx Films Inc, a production company focused on non-profit and philanthropic filmmaking, Mark continues to make a positive impact.

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    Let's Do Lunch! at Zaab Zaab

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    Let's Do Lunch! visits Zaab Zaab, a taste of authentic Thai cuisine, and semi-finalists of the 2024 James Beard Awards. With locations in Queens and Brooklyn, New York, owners Pei Wei and Bryan offer wonderful hospitality and a delectable menu of Northeastern Thai delicacies. When you enter the main dining room you are greeted by Perry, the prawn hanging from the ceiling, surrounded by a mural of sea creatures.
    Come with an appetite as the portions are shareable. Some of their classic signature dishes include Larb, minced duck or catfish with roasted rice lime leaves, roasted chili, mint, cilantro, and lime juice served with house greens to cut the heat, and roasted peanuts. Make it a combination with Larb Ped Udon. Their selection of whole fish features a salt-encrusted tilapia, Mieng Pia pow, marinated in cumin garlic and white pepper, stuffed with pandan and lemongrass, and charcoal roasted served with rice noodles. You'll want to suck out the head where some of the herbs and spices are hidden. Their Som Tum offerings feature Tum Ko Lat, a combination of Isan and Thai flavors of sour spicy shredded green papaya, fermented fish with roasted peanuts, and sun-dried shrimp. Don't forget to order a cocktail before you eat; some of which have just the right amount of spicey kick. The Old Siam Fashioned is smoky but tangy with smoked Phraya rum, orange bitter, star anise, and cinnamon. When it arrives at the table, a plume of smoke is literally seeping out of the top. Try their sticky rice served in tiny colorful bamboo holders, but a warning, it is addicting. So much so that they serve it as a dessert underneath juicy slices of mango.

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