The Douglas Coleman Show

The Douglas Coleman Show

The Douglas Coleman show is a syndicated talk and music show that features fascinating and sometimes famous guests from all walks of life. From the entertainment industry including musicians, actors, film makers and authors to political and social commentators. We cover it all. The topics can range from light and fluffy to sober and serious. The Douglas Coleman show, sometimes chat, sometimes music, always entertaining.

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May 16, 2021 22 min
David Baldacci is a global #1 bestselling author, and one of the world’s favorite storytellers. His books are published in over 45 languages and in more than 80 countries, with over 130 million worldwide sales. His works have been adapted for both feature film and television. David Baldacci is also the cofounder, along with his wife, of the Wish You Well Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting literacy efforts ...
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Caramel Lucas is a Podcaster Host/Published Author & Poet/Keynote Motivational Speaker/ Creative Writer/ StandUp Comic/Actress/Model. Caramel Lucas is knowledgeable in the business and entertainment industry. She has been in both industries for over 15 years. Caramel has uplifted so many people with her outgoing personality. Caramel is a motivated entrepreneur and continues to reach for the stars. Caramel is a Podcaster Host wi...
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Peter Abrams:

Peter Abrams, is a 21 year old award-winning comedian and musician, author, speaker and entrepreneur who found his lucky break by working and becoming the mentee of Russell Brand. In just two years; he has been fortunate enough to perform at a wide range of events including notable stages such as TED, Mind Body Spirit London,

The National Science Museum, Glastonbury and Madison Square Garden to
name a few. He has publish...
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Sara Harberson, America's College Counselor, is a nationally recognized authority on college admissions with formidable credentials: former Associate Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, Dean of Admissions at Franklin & Marshall College, and Director of College Counseling at the Baldwin School. She shares her expertise with a wider audience as the founder and CEO of AdmissionsRevolution.com, a free website ...
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I'm known internationally under the stage name, Brimstone. In a nutshell (a very big nutshell) - I've had a successful and rewarding career spanning over four decades; participating in numerous entertainment fields with a list of titles including professional wrestler, award winning radio host/professional podcaster, actor, voice actor, author, musician, philanthropist, food critic and comic book/animated/children's boo...
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Bruce Olav Solheim was born on September 3, 1958, in Seattle, Washington, to hard-working Norwegian immigrant parents, Asbjørn and Olaug Solheim. Bruce was the first person in his family to go to college. He served for six years in the US Army as a jail guard and later as a hel-icopter pilot. He earned his PhD in history from Bowling Green State University in 1993. Bruce is currently a distinguished professor of history at Citrus C...
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Joseph B. Wallenstein invigorates and amplifies the legal interpretation of Miranda; he puts it in the context of a human story. Thus, with his insightful human dimension, Wallenstein's book makes it accessible to intelligent mainstream readers. In that fuller dimension, "Flynn and Miranda” illuminates the decision beyond the legal-ese explanation. "It is the telling of the last, great, true story of the 20th century,&#...
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Bruce Boise worked for nearly 24 years in the pharmaceutical industry, first as a hospital representative, and then as a sales manager in the Great Lakes region. After losing his job as a whistleblower, he spent portions of the next 17 years working with the United states Justice department on two separate False Claims Act cases against his former employer, Cephalon/Teva, a neuro bio-tech company.

His story is told in a new book, C...
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Jaret Martino began his acting career at age six in theatre and has gone on to appear in TV / Film productions, including The Middle, Law and Order SVU, 30 Rock, One Life To Live, Modern Family,Teen Wolf, and national commercial campaigns for Mastercard, Usher & Lady Gaga's Tour Promo, Sonic, and T-mobile.

Jaret studied at Fordham University, as well as The Lee Strasberg Institue. Always placing an importance on education he...
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Seema Yasmin, the Emmy Award–winning health reporter, epidemiologist, and medical doctor who is also director of the Stanford Center for Health Communication and a clinical assistant professor at Stanford University School of Medicine! Now she’s the author Viral BS where she dissects the biggest medical myths and pseudoscience and explores how misinformation can spread faster than microbes.

“Brilliant, hilarious, infuriating, and il...
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Jennifer Landels is the Managing Editor of Pulp Literature. She holds a BA in Mediaeval English Literature from UBC and may some day return to her doctorate in Arthurian Romance at University College London. She has been a freelance editor since 2003, and co-founded Pulp Literature Press in 2013. She is a frequent lecturer, blue penciller, keynote speaker, and workshop facilitator at local writing events such as Write Vancouver, ...
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Dr Schachter is a professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Mount Sinai Medical School.  He is the author of more than 400 articles and 12 books and is the former president of the American Lung Association of New York and NAMDRC. He has appeared on Today and Dr. Oz and been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Real Simple, Redbook, Glamour and Good Housekeeping.  Dr. Neil is the author of T...
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Introducing "Natural Born World-Shaker" StaggerLee Cole! This comedic seasoned stage dweller has acted in countless film and theater productions for the last 15 human years (93 dog years). He makes his own wacko-deranged films following Mel Brooks' footsteps through his film company 'Island of Misfit Films'. Fresh off the boat from Seattle, Measuring 6'1'' (not including his pompadour), it is hard to...
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Paul R. Bruno has spent twenty years researching, writing and studying early Jeep history. He has spent countless hours and treasure to tell this story to the world, first for the big screen and now twice in book form. After visiting key sites in the story, and years of research, including at the United States National Archives, he combined his knowledge of project management and history into the 2014 book, Project Management in Hi...
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Mike Anthony has been a professional actor and (not-professional) bartender since he graduated from Wayne State University with a Master of Arts degree in Theater. His first book, Life At Hamilton, chronicles the extraordinary time he spent as a theater bartender with an up-close perspective of Hamilton: An American Musical as it rocketed into Broadway history.

Beyond his life in theater, Mike's journey took an unexpected turn w...
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Blayne Weaver, of Bossier City, Louisiana, began his acting career in high school with the film The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? (1993), an NBC movie of the week. His first major TV movie was The Good Old Boys (1995) with Tommy Lee Jones. He has since done guest spots on ER (1994), JAG (1995), Chicago Hope (1994), NCIS (2003) and did the voice of Peter Pan in Disney's animated film Peter Pan 2: Return to Never Land (2002)...
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March 22, 2021 24 min
Justn Ist was born in California in a suburban middle-class upbringing. Like many of the youth of his time, he grew up wearing hand-me-downs and eating TV dinners. Going out to dinner was a luxury, reserved for the once or twice a year celebration. In America, even a single father like Justn's could raise his kids, wisely save and invest.
After getting his Bachelor's degree, Justn met his beautiful wife at work. Although ...
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Film Synopsis:

The rules are simple. Mr. Mannericks is the boss, your score is his score and he gets his share. If not, you may find yourself taking a trip to Muskie point for a final and conclusive chapter to your story. A fact not lost on any of Mr. Mannericks’ subordinates and currently weighing heavily on the mind of one in particular, Doyle. Doyle let greed get the better of him when he started earning on the side without t...
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Ed McDonald worked with the United States Congress to develop a national day to commemorate the Challenger astronauts, a National Day of Excellence for years 1987-89. He served five years as a reserve officer in the Tucson Police Department. For six years, he was Director of Academic Programs and Publications Editor of THE FINAL OPTION Tactical Force Institute, an international post-graduate training institute for SWAT and Hostage ...
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JP (Jo-Anne) McLean is an urban fantasy and supernatural thriller author best known for The Gift Legacy series. The first book of the series received Honourable Mention at the Whistler Independent Book Awards. Her short story, Boone Park, won Honourable mention from the Victoria Writers’ Society. Reviewers call her writing addictive, smart and fun. Her books include endorsements from Ethel Wilson award-winning author Jennifer Manue...
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