Book of Dad Radio Show

Book of Dad Radio Show

The Book of Dad is weekly, upbeat conversation venue where Dr. Robert Benson, with the help of his friends communicates great information on relevant topics, and talks with ordinary people doing extraordinary things. With topics from parenting, current events, health and wellness, politics and more, Dr. Benson’s mesh of relevancy, accuracy and humor drives home information people we need to survive.

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June 9, 2021 36 min
The mind is most certainly a terrible thing to waste. What is even more terrible is that many of the obstacles to educational advancement for certain people still exist. Despite these obstacles, some, unfortunately not the vast majority persist, persevere, and complete the highest level of education, the “Doctor of Philosophy”. Amazingly, it’s a class that comprises about 2% of the population. Today we chat with two members of a ...
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May 9, 2021 32 min
The great thing about American Society is that the system of things we live in fosters a never-ending opportunity for engaging in the democratic process. Politicians, or most of them are limited to the number of times they can hold an office, they most certainly must compete constantly to keep that office periodically. The going perception is that this is not the case for members of the legal or judicial system. As for the most ...
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May 3, 2021 34 min
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April 26, 2021 31 min
From time to time we on "The Book of Dad Radio Show" get to chat with Royalty from various industries. Today we chat with the Great, World-Renowned Sarah Dash. Sarah, Patty Lebelle, and Nona Hendrix comprised the iconic, trailblazing R & B Singing Group "Lebelle". Today Ms. Dash is the Trenton, NJ Music and Arts Ambassador, staunch advocate, and representative of the entertainment industry. Be sure to listen in...
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March 15, 2021 37 min
The mind is a terrible thing to waste, and it is an open door to new knowledge. The more we increase knowledge the better suited we are to manage life's challenges. One of the greatest challenges we are facing on epidemic levels is understanding law enforcement and policing. This is particularly true in minority communities; withstanding this there's no better place to increase knowledge and understanding than at a Historic...
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February 13, 2021 37 min
No race or nation of people has endured and persevered more than the African American Negro. History is full of examples of ground breaking, quality of life shaping contributions conceived and implemented by African Americans, contributions that span every field of human endeavor. All were and continue to be done in the face of and, in spite of severe opposition and obstacles. It's all about achievement and progress. As we ackn...
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December 1, 2020 51 min
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November 15, 2020 51 min
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October 30, 2020 43 min
Now is truly an amazing time in our history. We have been ravished by a pandemic that has completely changed the norm for now and forever. We are in the middle of possibly the most significant general election ever, and we are still confronted with constant civil unrest. Withstanding all of this, people will be people, and exhibit behaviors and engage in activities that can and do threaten the safety and security of others. Hence...
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There are few words that can be used consecutively in a sentence and people get it. One of those words is to communicate, communicate, communicate; when you hear it you know someone is making a point. We simply cannot live without it, communication. The significance of this is personified and exasperated by COVID-19. This pandemic has placed many of us in the quagmire of simultaneously having to coexist and distance ourselves in th...
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We all have a story to tell. In fact, I believe that the average person walks around with at least five novels floating around in their head. So many stories to be told, mused, shared and celebrated yet, many never reach ink meeting a page. Those that are, often are the result of assistance from someone dedicated to getting those musings penned. Today we chat with gentleman whose life's work is assisting others with getting the...
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Michaelene Holder-March

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has us in a state of mayhem and influx never before realized. Despite the valiant efforts of leaders, local and abroad, there is still an unhealthy amount of ambiguity and miss information as ambient as COVID-19. Today, we attempt to squash and dispel rumors by providing factual information we all can use to survive. Internationally renowned and respected medical profession...
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The term “crafty”is used to describe someone who’s adept at achieving goals or objectives via non-traditional means. Highly successful people are masterful at it. Entertainers, athletes and salespeople need to be “crafty” to succeed, they have to find their niche, navigate through tradition and thrive. Today we chat with the “crafty”, renowned comedian and Pastor Rodney Johnson.

A master of two crafts, Laughs and Religion; Rodney en...
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February 2, 2020 47 min
It is what it is but sometimes it’s also what it shouldn’t be, and what goes around doesn’t always have to come around. We learn this, or we as productive members of society make sure of it. Deeper still, as great fathers we use our talents, skills and abilities to smooth the way for our offspring, and attempt to correct wrongs from the past. To do this some of us use powerful, resourceful and far reaching voices. Today we chat wit...
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January 17, 2020 49 min
So many things spark the creativity that leads to writing, and doing so with a purpose, to inform or entertain. Informative writing is normally academic while writing to entertain serves as the foundation for movies, music or sports commentary. Some of the truly gifted can linguistically spill on either side of the fence. Today we chat with Pamela Lyles a mother, her daughter, and friend who used their talent to create a film.

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January 10, 2020 46 min
Tam Lawrence

Often times when we see lemon aid, we have no knowledge about the lemons that made it, or where they came from. Metaphorically of course, when talking about the lives of successful people, invisible are the obstacles, hurdles and tribulations transversed to get to where they are. It requires peeling back the layers of life, similar to an onion, removing those layers can make you cry, or make you angry. Then again, th...
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October 27, 2019 48 min
Real writers write.

Truly talented writers are a rare breed. Most tend to funnel their musings to a particular genre, area or subject matter. Most of us associate writing with a purpose, to inform or entertain. Informative writing is normally academic, while writing to entertain serves as the foundation for movies, music or sports commentary. Some of the truly gifted can linguistically pontificate on either side of the fence. Toda...
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October 20, 2019 45 min
Common knowledge indicates that situations and problems motivate people differently. One certain motivator is/are conditions surrounding our children. The founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), and the creator of America's Most Wanted are two national level pundits who were motivated by events involving their children. And, it transformed those disparaged parents into renowned lobbyist and influencers. Today we chat...
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