Book Banning in America and EVICTED! The Struggle For The Right To Vote with Author Alice Faye Duncan
Being Well Informed
Children's Book Author Alice Faye Duncan discusses her book EVICTED! The Struggle For The Right to Vote about black sharecroppers in Fayette County, Tennessee who inspired the voting rights movement and the late Congressman John Lewis. Book banning is also addressed. Being Well Informed airs Sundays at 7 pm on Roku TV via Rise Her Network. The podcast is featured on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Podbean, Amazon Music and other podcast platforms.
Stockholder Phil by The Phil Harris And Alice Faye Show
A Legacy Of Laughs
This week on A Legacy Of Laughs, we hear The Phil Harris And Alice Faye Show with their episode, Phil The Stockholder. This was originally aired on October 12, 1947. More from Phil Harris And Alice Faye https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/LOL202.mp3 Download LOL202
Welcome back again folks to the Geezer Gus Presents™ Comedy Radio Series !I'm so very happy you tuned in again. I do hope you are enjoying these classic comedy shows.Today's comedy episode is another classic from the Phil Harris and Alice Faye comedy series. I've included the original commercials in this episode to preserve the listening integrity of the episode, the way it was in 1949.The Phil Harris Alice Faye Show was a comedy variety show. It debuted on NBC in 1948, and ran until 1954, and featured real-life husband and wife, Phil Harris a singer songwriter, and Alice Faye a singer actress.Today's episode is titled "Cadillac in the Swimming Pool" which was taped way back in 1949.This episode is brought to you by our friends at BoomerFlix.com.At BoomerFlix.com, you can watch thousands of the old classic television shows, and the classic movies you grew up with.You'll just love watching the old shows and movies again ! That's BoomerFlix.com. Also, don't forget to visit GeezerGus.com too. You can view and listen to all of the available radio shows, and also watch hundreds of the old time TV comedy show episodes as well. They're a hoot to watch !If you liked this Phil Harris and Alice Faye episode, please consider buying Geezer Gus a cup of coffee at the support link below. Thanks a million !Now, enjoy today's episode from the Phil Harris and Alice Faye Radio Show titled "Cadillac in the Swimming Pool." Don't forget to visit GeezerGus.com too! I want to say Thank You to Patreon supporters for helping to keep Geezer Gus Presents™ online. Your support is truly appreciated ! Like this episode ? Buy Geezer Gus a cup of coffee at the support link below. Thanks !https://buymeacoffee.com/ClassicRadioSupport the showUsing coupons, especially with today's sky high prices, are a great idea ! Visit QuePons.com at the link below to find great deals on almost everything ! https://QuePons.com
Hi guys and welcome back to the mystery and comedy old time radio podcast. please join me as we welcome back to the Mr Phil Harris and Miss Alice Faye to the show with there two sweet little girls baby Alice and Phyllis. please join me later on tonight guys as I bring to the show in his first episode Mr Elliott lewis. please forgive me for not working on the show all this month I've been so busy with work and everything else. please join me as I bring you guys more shows later on this month and next month. stay tuned for an important update after tonight episode on future episodes in the coming weeks. please enjoy Ms Alice Faye and Phil Harris in the Phil Harris and Miss Alice Faye show. please always remember to enjoy the show guys thanks.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mysterycomedypod1942/support
Alice Faye Duncan, OPAL LEE AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BE FREE: The True Story of the Grandmother of Juneteenth
Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
"We have these predestined moments in life that shape us. They determine the whole trajectory of what we will achieve." Zibby is joined by lifelong librarian and children's book author Alice Faye Duncan to talk about her latest book, Opal Lee and What It Means to Be Free, which shares the story of the grandmother of Juneteenth. The two discuss the main lesson Alice wants to teach young readers about historic heroes who are still alive today, as well as why she has decided to leave teaching after twenty-nine years. Alice also excitedly shares which project she is working on next about a blues fable set in the Mississippi Delta and why she was exceptionally conscious about picking its illustrator.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3xyVDBOBookshop: https://bit.ly/3b9N7lkSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. Now there's more! Subscribe to the Zibby Books audiobooks and the in-store events at Zibby's Bookshop in Santa Monica, CA. Join today! https://plus.acast.com/s/moms-dont-have-time-to-read-books. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
69: Honoring Juneteenth & Freedom for All (with Alice Faye Duncan)
The Simplified Podcast with Emily Ley
On June 19, 1865, US soldiers walked the streets of Galveston, Texas, proclaiming freedom for enslaved people living in the state. Our country now recognizes this important day as our newest federal holiday, Juneteenth. And this week, we are honored to learn more about Juneteenth from author and librarian Alice Faye Duncan! Alice Faye shares about her brand-new children’s book, "Opal Lee and What It Means to Be Free," which tells the inspiring story of teacher and activist Opal Lee. Known far and wide as the “grandmother of Juneteenth,” Opal Lee led the charge well into her 90s to make the Juneteenth a federal holiday, showing the world what it means to be a light of courage. Alice Faye also gives us some tips on how to talk to kids about hard moments in history and how to meaningfully observe the day with friends and family. Thanks to our episode sponsors: YEAR & DAY | Get $25 off your first order of $150 or more, plus free shipping with code SIMPLIFIED at https://yearandday.com/simplified KIWICO | Get 30% off your first month, plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line! Go to https://kiwico.com and enter code SIMPLIFIEDBETTERHELP | Affordable, private online therapy — anytime, anywhere. Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/simplified TRUEBILL | Don’t pay for what you don’t need. Start canceling subscriptions now at https://truebill.com/simplified AURA FRAMES | Visit https://auraframes.com/ and use code SIMPLIFIED to get up to $20 off while supplies last. Terms and conditions apply. * * * GET AD-FREE LISTENING + EARLY ACCESS TO NEW EPISODES https://apple.co/3ICMUmk * * * SHOW NOTES emilyley.com/podcast * * * PRE-ORDER EMILY’S KIDS BOOK! You’re Always Enough: And More Than I Hoped For * * * SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube * * * LET’S BE FRIENDS! Simplified: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Emily Ley: Instagram | Facebook
Honey I Love, and Other Love Poems – an interview with Alice Faye Duncan
Dream Gardens: Talking Up the Children's Books We Love
Podcast #121For my one hundred twenty-first Dream Gardens children’s books podcast, I interviewed author Alice Faye Duncan about the children’s book of poems Honey I Love, and Other Love Poems written by Eloise Greenfield, illustrated by Diane and Leo Dillon.Alice Faye Duncan is author of such books as Just Like a Mama, Memphis, Martin, and the Mountaintop, and the recent Evicted: The Struggle for the Right to Vote. She is also author of the picture book Opal Lee and What It Means to Be Free: The True Story of the Grandmother of Juneteenth, which was released earlier this year. You can find more information about Alice at alicefayeduncan.com.Podcasts are available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please link, share, comment, write a review or subscribe. Let me know what you think. If you are interested in participating in the Dream Gardens podcast, send me a request through my contact page.My next podcast will be with author Greg Howard about the middle grade novel The Beatryce Prophecy by Kate DiCamillo. It will be published on May 16, 2022.The post Honey I Love, and Other Love Poems – an interview with Alice Faye Duncan appeared first on Dream Gardens.
Presenting the Transcription Feature: SUSPENSE & THE PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW
The Chronic Rift Network
We start off with a tale well-calculated to keep you in … “Suspense.” In this twisty episode, tough guy actor Edward G. Robinson stars as both himself and as a humble little nothing of a man who has big ideas. Robinson made his mark playing gangsters in movies like “Little Caesar” and “Key Largo,” not to mention the corrupt overseer Dathan in “The Ten Commandments.” This episode is so clever and audacious. Until the very end, the listener wonders what they are going to do with this. How are they going to pull it off? It’s a classic. Then we return to “The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show.” Usually, it’s Phil who gets caught up in the ridiculous shenanigans. This time it’s Alice, and she has some fantastic lines. This episode directly follows the previous week’s wherein the character of Frankie Remley was forced to change his name to the actor’s actual name of Eliot Lewis. Episodes Suspense October 17, 1946 “The Man Who Thought He Was Edward G. Robinson” 3:16 The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show October 12 1952 “The Stolen U.S. Mail” 32:50
Presenting the Transcription Feature: THE QUIZ KIDS & THE PHIL HARRIS-ALICE FAYE SHOW
The Chronic Rift Network
The school bell is ringing, so let’s check in with a handful of very bright youngsters on “The Quiz Kids.” I hope you know your baseball scoring rules, animals associated with each of the 48 (!) states, and that favorite topic of 8th graders everywhere: opera. Then on “The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show,” the couple returns from vacation to find that Phil’s pal Frankie Remley has turned the Harris’ house into a hotel – and that’s not all he’s changed. Episodes The Quiz Kids August 15 1948 “If Dewey Is Elected, What Will He Wear Into the White House?” 2:06 The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show October 5, 1952 “Hotel Harris” aka “Remley is Elliot” 33:25