Sacramento Based International Radio Show Celebrates Its 50th Episode | Arts & Culture
Angels On Air Will Host A Two Hour Special Salute To Young Crime Victims
“Sunday mornings are a bit more important to all of us with the United Nations because of Angels on Air” boasts Dr. Ariel King of Geniva Switzerland who sits on the United Nations board of directors and heads up several UNICEF committees. King also serves as a weekly correspondent during the programs hour long broadcasts heard on Blog Talk World Wide Radio Sunday’s 7:30-8:30 A.M. PST.Angels on Air will host a two hour special February 3rd running 7:30-9:30 A.M. commemorating their 50th episode.
The 120 minute tribute broadcast will honor fifty young crime victims and include the shows other two weekly correspondents Lynne Brown of Advocates For Public Safety and Austen Alsey of the Kiwanis Key Club who support Co-hosts Kathleen Moore (Sacramento, CA.) and Candy Stevens (Las Vegas,NV.)Along with producer Glendene Grant out of Canada.”Angels On Air is a wonderful ritual and routine for us “says Stevens, “Kathleen and I truly enjoy being able to share so much valuable information with the public” Stevens went on to say.
Angels On Air has covered a whole lot of ground in the past year broadcasting live from numerous special events including National Child Abuse Prevention Month opening ceremonies, and hosting several special series like MEN MAKING A DIFFERENCE that boasted the accomplishments of males on the front lines for children, sharing numerous re-broadcasted interviews with guests such as Roger Chiang of America’s Most Wanted, Paul Teutel Sr. from American Chopper and inspirational icon Tony Robbins. The series also ran in print and several interviews were televised.
Angels On Air strives to educate the public on issues pertaining to the protection of children, with a primary goal of strengthening society. The program works to engage advocates in activities that will truly make a difference.