SQuire Rushnell

SQuire Rushnell

Biography:

SQuire Rushnell is a popular speaker and New York Times bestselling author who has coined the term "Godwink," now in mainstream usage. SQuire's Godwink stories are a popular monthly feature on the NBC Today Show. As a veteran ABC Television Network executive, he led Good Morning America to the number one spot and oversaw the acclaimed Schoolhouse Rock! series and the ABC Afterschool Specials. Programs under his direction have captured more than seventy-five Emmy Awards.

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  • Synchronicities & Living In Flow / Amazing Dog Tales

    Author Sky Nelson-Issacs discussed the cutting-edge scientific theory of synchronicity. Followed by writers SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt with tales of miraculous dogs.More »
  • Angelic Help / Christmas 'Godwinks'

    On our live Christmas Eve show, Catherine Lanigan discussed sightings of angels. Followed by SQuire Rushnell with extraordinary "Godwinks" at Christmastime.More »
  • Things That Go Bump in the Night

    During Friday night's Open Lines callers shared their favorite sci-fi TV shows with George and recounted their own sci-fi/horror stories. Seamus called and reported that he had once filled in for Morgus in a parade in New Orleans. He also told George that he had recently seen...More »

Last Night

Ancient Egypt & Cataclysms / UFOs & Alien Bases
Ancient Egypt & Cataclysms / UFOs & Alien Bases
Tenured faculty member at Boston University, Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., presented evidence that the Sphinx is thousands of years older than previously thought. Followed by extraterrestrial researcher Robert Stanley who discussed various topics related to UFOs.

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