It is with great humbleness to have such caliber of musicians as part of our growing station. There can only be one answer to this amazing encounter: Love , Love is the Master who is incomparable!
Please take a listen to this awesome, magnetic voice of Emily as she holds down the notes on this massive single: Incomparable. She hails from Georgia, USA to be exact.
We are pleased to be part of this journey, so please take a listen to her and other awesome singers like her on our radio station. Together we spread true Love through things such as our differences, similarities, our stories, music, culture, diversity and oneness and for the love of the universe. Love expands just as the universe expands and hate contracts and shrivels everything around it.
We chose love anyway come what may, we will hold on to the true Love that made the Universe. Stay tuned for the upcoming exclusive interview with Emily Elise. Thank you folks.
When we go controversially, be sure to fasten up your headphones tight and ensure that you are in a well and comfortable place, because we are positive that the topics we deal with are sure to uproot you off that comfortable zone.
It takes courage to confront the uncomfortable and continue even though your heart feels like it’s about to rip up your rip cage and blow up right in front of everyone.( ok that’s too much imagination), you get the picture.
On this occasion we tackled a very uncomfortable topic that has been in people’s minds for too long and no-one has come up directly and said it to the world, until now, when MPP. FAISAL HASSAN has been working tirelessly fighting to right some injustices that comes with Car Auto Insurance in Ontario.
Knowing The Captain Teri P. Show always ready to listen, we met up with Mr. Hassan and wow, was it mind blowing what I found out about most car insurance companies.
Take a listen on our radio station, link below, on The Captain Teri P. Show every Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. OR simply click on the video and enjoy the show on our Youtube channel and subscribe.
Thank you kindly.
Come second week of August we are flying over North America, like we are on auto pilot. As we virtually travel to this places we encounter love that is boundless. This love will take us places where love needs us and we need it.
We travelled to Huston Texas, US and met up with this dynamic young Queen. Noku Dlamini, hails from South Africa now residing in the US, our conversation was far from what we had planned, we saw ourselves go through the emotions of the show, it was incredible. We talked about what drives Noku and what has been her biggest challenges and draw backs in life and mostly what keeps her driven. Inspiring and truly a fresh breath of air.
Tune in on the Captain Teri P. Show every Thursdays. Saturdays and Sundays and catch a replay.
Once again we get the will to update you on what has happened during the month of August. As usual we would like to express our sincere gratitude towards all of you, coming here. Thank you!
Right at the start of the week, August swept us away to different countries in search of stories that inspire, motivate, encourage and build us as humanity. Our stories contain, love, pain, joy, suffering, overcoming, triumphant, patience, kindness and many other things and its part of life.
As we travel the world hearing people’s stories, we are encouraged to know that we are not alone in this world during the most trying or most victorious times.
The Captain Teri P. Show was absolutely privileged to travel virtually to Botswana and United Kingdom and met two of Botswana’s finest recording artists, we talked about their music, joys, challenges, victories, the future and a message for the world!
Take a listen on our radio station on The Captain Teri P. Show every Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays and catch a replay.
When we took the story of Genocide in Namibia, little did we know that we had invoked the wrath of the spirits.
Simply put, we entered a vortex that was long lost but not forgotten. Stories of lost souls circled among the First Nations communities. No-one believed them, they spoke of atrocities committed against their communities by the trusted religious sectors. It took at least two centuries for the truth to be revealed.
We woke up one day to the news of 215 unmarked graves found near one of the Residential schools in British Columbia, Canada, the country was caught by surprise, mixed feelings of shame of what the past has brought out. Not long more unmarked graves were found and are still be found.
The Captain Teri P. Show took the time to go and hear the story from the First Nations themselves. By a stroke of luck, we bumped into Sioux Maniwatobi at unrelated place and we connected instantly, he gave us a special invitation of Wikwemikong, one of the only two unceded residential areas on Manitoulin Island. We considered that a privilege.
Not only did we go to the Residential Ruins, we went to a local cuisine as well, which was tasty. We had a chance to speak to the Chief Cultural developer Brian Piltier, a well versed and knowledgeable respected elder of the community. He introduced himself in his language Objibwe. I learnt a few words like hello how are you? ‘Ahnnii na’
Our first stop was the ruins of the Residential School, we were not ready for the raw truth of what really happened behind those walls. You could feel the pain and the sorrow still lingering on the walls, a slight echo seemed to linger eerily in the still air, dogs barking in the neighbour as if they too could feel the tense energy cemented on these grounds.
We short a short video, due to technical challenges we were not to able to capture the video perfectly, however you can still watch the clip we on our YouTube channel. We are planning a part two of the show. This time we will have more people coming forward to tell their stories.
We have attached a YouTube clip, check it out. Thank you.
Get the the story by tuning in on the Captain Teri P Show every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11:30am- 13:30pm EST to catch a replay and other powerful and inspiring stories. (Thank you for reading)
It may have been any other day for anyone who may not be fully conscious that, the spirits of the ancestors have been awakened. June 19 2021, was one such day, where the Nama and Ovaherero long lost but not forgotten Spirits of Shark Island also known as the ‘Death Island” invited us into their world to hear what happened to them during 1904 -1908. As vessels we carried the messages and their voices to the world.
The Captain Teri P. show was privilege and humbled to be selected among many online radios to host this magnificent show of a lifetime. We virtually time travelled to Windhoek, Namibia. Our headphones whisked us all the way to another continent thanks to our virtual channels that gave us access to enter the vortex, not a smooth ride I tell yah. We encountered space and time issues due to internet connectivity and sound engineering challenges. However the message was relayed.
The very topical issue of The Nama and the Ovaherero Genocide, as the first Genocide of the 20th century committed by the German colonial troops and administration between 1904 -1908 in the then so called South West Africa (Now Namibia since Independence, March 21st 1990) against those two communities was the topic at hand.
The Show for the first time had a co-host, Mr. Protasius Ndauendapo affectionally known as ‘Procks’ among friends, a seasoned journalist, entrepreneur with many business hats and a veteran of the Namibia’s Liberation Struggle. Procks handled all our international correspondence with grace and patience. Thank you Procks.
Our distinguished and honourable guests on Life Online Radio Station was none other than two of the most Powerful, Dynamic, Eloquent individuals I have ever come across.
My beautiful reader please allow me to introduce you to our distinguished speakers on that day of June 19, 2021, Hon. Esther Utjiua Muinjangue, Deputy Minister Of Health and Social services, President of National Unity Democratic Organization (NUDO) and former Chairperson of the Ovaherero Genocide Technical Committee. Coming from a legacy of freedom fighters, their DNA is indeed embedded in her. Hon. Esther Utjiua Muinjangue became the party’s first elected female president and the first elected female leader of a Namibian political party (NUDO). We welcomed here with love.
Also gracing our airwaves was none other than Cde. Ida Hoffmann, Former member of Parliament and a veteran of the Namibia Liberation Struggle. She too was warmly welcomed on our station. We kicked it off with Madame Hoffman right-way asking her to briefly tell our listeners how she got involved in the Nama and Ovaherero Genocide Issues?
Get the the real story by tuning in on the Captain Teri P Show every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11:30am- 13:30pm EST to catch a replay and other powerful and inspiring stories. (Thank you for reading)
June 6th 2021, was a great success for the Captain Teri P. Show. Success depends on my guest’s satisfaction that they were heard. Stories help us to relate with each other. it is important to share our joys, struggles, success, failures and everything else that we go through under the sun. The reason for my argument is that every story carries a message for another soul, by sharing each other’s stories, no matter how difficult it is to share we got to try, so we can help unlock someone else’s door of consciousness towards our evolution.
Dr. Stanley Maphosa’s interview was very eye opening to the fundamentals of life and how we can improve by sharing our stories of struggle and how we overcome challenges and use them as opportunities. We saw a young man at the age of 17 enrolled to fight for the rights and freedom of his people. He developed leaderships skills that he now uses to teach youth how to be leaders in their communities. He advocates for women’s rights and Issues. As a born leader himself and in his professional capacity it has become apparent that Dr. Maphosa is here to lead and to guide, not only through his work and also through his books and music which he has composed, produced and written. Below is one of his books that he has written, Christian 101. More on Dr. Maphosa on our radio station, Tune in everyday from 05:30am – 06:30am EST on our Praise and worship program.
May 29th 2021, The Captain Teri P. show had an exclusive interview with Mr. David John, an artist, author and a spirit whisperer. With his gentleness he took our listeners to a world beyond the physical. A world where imagination and trust is all you have to enter that vortex.
The energy that was exerted was as vibrant as the letters you are reading. David who is 78 years young shared with us his gifts and his calling of the spirits. He shared something special about us, that we are all spirits/souls that are ageless, never dies and connected to each other and everything.
Whenever you get a chance, please listen to one of the clips from the show on our store audio panel or simply tune in to our radio station and catch a replay on The Captain Teri P. Show which airs every Sunday, Thursday and Saturday. Check radio schedule for the rest of the times.
Since the inception of our radio station, we have had a constant void to fill on a very special program, a program that is geared to inspire, motivate and encourage imaginations of young minds. Life Online Children’s Story time.
The program needed someone with a soft, fun and engaging personality. We needed someone who would capture the interest of the listener using their voice only. To be able to relate a story and runaway with their imagination to a faraway enchanted fairyland where dreams come true and pigs fly.
We are pleased to introduce Mrs. Lynne Brabant, a very special gift and blessing to the radio and to our listeners. Lynne is a drama artist, she has performed in local plays, so impersonating characters is just one part up her sleeve.
She was one of the first to tryout our Ebikes, boy didn’t she have fun, with the wind on her face she told us that it was one of the best moments riding a bike. She already had experience with clean energy and preservation, she is one of the craftiest person we know. She can create anything from scratch and complete it
When we were first introduced to Richard, it was clear that our radio station and store had found a gem. A scuba diver expert, Shipwreck hunter, an electrical & mechanical engineer, a welder with over 40 years of experience dealing with people from all backgrounds. Above all he is a member of the search and rescue team and a fireman as well as Captain of his own Ship ” THE RG BERRY”
Since joining the team, Richard has brought so much fun and laughter to last us a lifetime. ‘We are about fun and work, if it is not bringing joy we don’t do it” says Richard with a big smile.
Here’s the juice that Richard will bring to the radio, he will be responsible for the Documentary program which airs Tuesday from 12:30pm-14:30pm and Saturdays from 15:30pm – 16:30pm. as a shipwreck hunter, Richard is inviting all scuba divers to send in their video or documentaries to share with the world the mysteries of the lost ships ‘The Great Lakes’ and of the world.
Manitoulin Life Online Store which has an E-bike department, now folks, this is where Richard’s engineering expertise come into full circle ironically. E-Bikes are like his little toys, so be rest assured that, you will be in safe hands with our E-Bikes. Shop today for yours!