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Here's A Thought with Charles Shaughnessy

Did you know that every LIVE show of HERE'S A THOUGHT with Charles Shaughnessy is archived on TradioV's website to be watched at your convenience? 



If you click on the links above, or the photo, you can watch them if you missed a live show or just want to listen again in case you missed something the first time!

If you want to watch the show live, here are corresponding times in other parts of the world.

 If it is Thursday at 3:00:00 PM in Los Angeles (U.S.A. - California) WHAT IS THE CORRESPONDING DAY AND TIME IN . . . .

London (United Kingdom - England) Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 11:00:00 PM  

Ottawa (Canada - Ontario) Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 6:00:00 PM  

Paris (France) Midnight between Thursday, December 4, 2014 and Friday, December 5, 2014 

São Paulo (Brazil - São Paulo) Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 9:00:00 PM  

Berlin (Germany - Berlin) Midnight between Thursday, December 4, 2014 and Friday, December 5, 2014  

Mexico City (Mexico - Federal District) Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 5:00:00 PM  

San Juan (Puerto Rico) Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 7:00:00 PM 

Honolulu (U.S.A. - Hawaii)Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 1:00:00 PM 

Johannesburg (South Africa) Friday, December 5, 2014 at 1:00:00 AM 

Oslo (Norway)Midnight between Thursday, December 4, 2014 and Friday, December 5, 

Rome (Italy) Midnight between Thursday, December 4, 2014 and Friday, December 5, 2014 

Montevideo ( Uruguay ) Thursday, 4 December 2014, 21:00:00

Sydney (Australia - New South Wales) Friday, December 5, 2014 at 10:00:00 AM

Tel Aviv (Israel) Fri, Dec 5 at 1:00:00 AM

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Comments

  1. Hi Charlie, I go and look at your broadcast this evening. But I would not answer your questions; I do not know enough the politics of the USA.
    Just say hello for your fans of France.
    Kinds Regards.

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  2. The Right Honorable The Lord Shaughnessy
    We meet a few years back at Frank Megna’s annual Christmas party. You had just played Darwin for Frank at The University of California in Palm Desert. I am a fan of Frank’s and his fine work with Meeting of Minds. I have a suggestion for you. Chemistry has always sold well in Hollywood. The new thing is binge watching miniseries. I have seen several of your YouTubes with Jack Maxwell. You guys have chemistry.
    I am just finishing up Christopher Sandford’s book “Masters of Mystery, The Strange Friendship of Arthur Conan Doyle & Harry Houdini”. This book is a natural for a miniseries. How can the author of the mystery series featuring the most analytic detective even fall for the bunk of early nineteenth century spiritualism, believe in pixies and The Cottingley Fairies? How can a magician be so anti-bunk? Great difficult early lives, great wives, both mama’s boys, great celebrity lives, personal friendships, personal and professional animosity, what more does a screen writer need to work with. This cannot be covered in a two hour movie. It demands a miniseries.
    This story needs an Englishman and an American. They both need to be skilled actors not just celebrities. The Tony Curtis film on Houdini should be burned and the ashes crumbled.
    You and Maxwell are naturals for the lead roles. It needs a producer of the quality of Participant Media. They may pick up the ball for the antispiritualism aspect.
    It is worth looking into.

    Thank you again for your portray of Charles Darwin

    Best regards

    Jack Cassidy

    P.S.
    Google … Hillary Clinton FBI Jack Cassidy
    I am that Jack Cassidy. I may have taken Hillary’s number one fund raiser out of the game in 2007 and put Obama on top in 2008.

    ReplyDelete
  3. The Right Honorable The Lord Shaughnessy
    We meet a few years back at Frank Megna’s annual Christmas party. You had just played Darwin for Frank at The University of California in Palm Desert. I am a fan of Frank’s and his fine work with Meeting of Minds. I have a suggestion for you. Chemistry has always sold well in Hollywood. The new thing is binge watching miniseries. I have seen several of your YouTubes with Jack Maxwell. You guys have chemistry.
    I am just finishing up Christopher Sandford’s book “Masters of Mystery, The Strange Friendship of Arthur Conan Doyle & Harry Houdini”. This book is a natural for a miniseries. How can the author of the mystery series featuring the most analytic detective even fall for the bunk of early nineteenth century spiritualism, believe in pixies and The Cottingley Fairies? How can a magician be so anti-bunk? Great difficult early lives, great wives, both mama’s boys, great celebrity lives, personal friendships, personal and professional animosity, what more does a screen writer need to work with. This cannot be covered in a two hour movie. It demands a miniseries.
    This story needs an Englishman and an American. They both need to be skilled actors not just celebrities. The Tony Curtis film on Houdini should be burned and the ashes crumbled.
    You and Maxwell are naturals for the lead roles. It needs a producer of the quality of Participant Media. They may pick up the ball for the antispiritualism aspect.
    It is worth looking into.

    Thank you again for your portray of Charles Darwin

    Best regards

    Jack Cassidy

    P.S.
    Google … Hillary Clinton FBI Jack Cassidy
    I am that Jack Cassidy. I may have taken Hillary’s number one fund raiser out of the game in 2007 and put Obama on top in 2008.

    ReplyDelete

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