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Today, we start the streaming day with the Jazz Rendezvous Radio Show during which we will have a chat to the London Jazz News Blog Editor Sebastian Scotney around 11am Central African Time to find our the latest news on the London and European Jazz Scene. At Midday we have The J.B.F Show presented by, currently the only female voice on All Jazz Radio, jazz vocalist Titilayo Adedokun who will take us on a journey into jazz vocals from Africa and the global village. If it’s Tuesday it’s the first of The Jazz-E Radio Shows this week with Etienne Shardlow broadcasting from the economic hub of South Africa, Jo’burg.
Etienne presents his show from 2 to 4pm C.A.T. during which he plays and showcases 100% South African Jazz. After that we have a specially compiled program, The Much, Much, More Music Show featuring a mix of the contemporary smooth sounds from around the world. Remember too that should any of our programs be missed one can catch up and listen to our daily re-broadcast programming. It’s gonna be a good, good day today, oh yeah join us and tune in all day, All Jazz Radio where the music does the talking. J
The Klutz in the Kitchen is hard at work searching for a recipe for today, but thought he’d like to create his own food holiday. He has been pondering what sort of food holiday it should be. Any ideas? Let us know your thought soonest today. Got to say it, food for thought, eh! J email your suggestions to email@example.com with FOOD HOLIDAY in the subject line.
October 14 – Chocolate Covered Insect Day
Are you ready to try chocolate covered insects for a sweet treat today? Well todays the day to do it if you’ve never tried it before. Go ahead, just close your eyes and bite!
What is this Origin of this Holiday?
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this holiday. Even though we didn’t, this is still a holiday that is publicized to celebrate. So have fun with it and celebrate it!
One of the most popular flavours in the world!
Chocolate has become one of the most popular flavours in the world. Gifts of chocolate molded into different shapes have become traditional on certain holidays: chocolate bunnies and eggs are popular on Easter, chocolate coins on Hanukkah, Santa Claus and other holiday symbols on Christmas, and hearts on Valentine’s Day. Chocolate is also used in cold and hot beverages, to produce chocolate milk and hot chocolate.
Other October 14 Holidays around the world
October 14 is the 287th day of the year (288th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 78 days remaining until the end of the year.
October is Teachers’ Day, or Education Day in Poland, It is also World Standards Day, lowercase day and Bald is Beautiful Day. according to the French Republican Calendar its Navet (Turnip) Day, twenty-third day in the Month of Vendémiaire, Chişinău’s (Moldova’s capital) local holiday (known as “Hramul Oraşului” by locals).
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Chili Month & Dessert Month & Pasta Month & Roller Skating Month & Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month
This week is World Rainforest Week
Today in History – October 14
1930 – I Got Rhythm, by , was a show-stopper in the production of Girl Crazy on Broadway. It was Merman’s debut on the Great White Way as she captivated audiences and launched her stellar career. Girl Crazy went on for 272 performances.
1934 – Folks had clean hands for 21 years beginning this day. The Lux Radio Theater was heard on the NBC Blue radio network. The show was also known as Lux Presents Hollywood and nearly every famous Hollywood star over the next three decades appeared on the program. Lux Radio Theater adapted novels, Broadway plays and Hollywood films into radio’s favorite dramatic series. The show was such a hit, the sponsors literally cleaned up in profits. Besides the title sponsor, Lux soap, Rinso Blue bleach and detergent and Spry shortening were also supportive, especially in the 1950s.
1938 – One of the great songs of the big band era was recorded by Bob Crosby (Bing’s brother) and The Bob Cats. Big Noise from Winnetka on Decca Records featured Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc. Haggart whistled and played bass, while Bauduc played the skins.
1954 – Talk about screen credits! With a cast of 25,000, the C.B. DeMille epic, The Ten Commandments, starring Charlton Heston, began filming in Egypt. Incidentally, Heston’s name was mentioned waaaaaay at the top in big letters. After the film became a smash, DeMille issued Commandment Eleven: Thou shalt not use 25,000 extras ever again in the making of a major motion picture.
1971 – It was John and Yoko Day on The Dick Cavett Show on ABC. The couple promoted Lennon’s new LP (Imagine) and film (Imagine) and Yoko’s book, two films and a fine arts show.
1973 – Scottish racecar driver Jackie Stewart announced his retirement from auto racing. He also announced his newfound ability to be a race commentator for ABC-TV.
1977 – Crooner Bing Crosby suffered a fatal heart attack while playing golf at a course near Madrid, Spain. Crosby, 73, had just completed a tour of England that had included a sold-out engagement at the London Palladium.
1996 – Singer/entertainer Madonna gave birth to her daughter, Lourdes Maria, in Los Angeles, California. The father is Carlos Leon, her former fitness-trainer.
Chart Toppers on October 14
To Each His Own – Eddy Howard
Five Minutes More – Frank Sinatra
South America, Take It Away – Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters
Divorce Me C.O.D. – Merle Travis
Hey There – Rosemary Clooney
I Need You Now – Eddie Fisher
Papa Loves Mambo – Perry Como
I Don’t Hurt Anymore – Hank Snow
Sherry – The 4 Seasons
Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Picket
I Remember You – Frank Ifield
Devil Woman – Marty Robbins
Cracklin’ Rosie – Neil Diamond
I’ll Be There – The Jackson 5
All Right Now – Free
Sunday Morning Coming Down – Johnny Cash
Kiss You All Over – Exile
Hot Child in the City – Nick Gilder
Reminiscing – Little River Band
Heartbreaker – Dolly Parton
When I Think of You – Janet Jackson
Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) – Glass Tiger
Two of Hearts – Stacey Q
Both to Each Other (Friends & Lovers) – Eddie Rabbitt & Juice Newton