John St. Augustine

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Biography:

John St. Augustine has been called "The Voice of America" by veteran broadcaster Bill Kurtis and "The most influential voice on radio" by best-selling author Cheryl Richardson. Since his first air date in August of 1997, St. Augustine has broadcast over 30,000 shows along with interviewing over 20,500 authors, world leaders, athletes, and others of name and note. In 2007, The Visionary Project (UK) compiled an international list of 500 people that have been deemed "visionaries" in the arts, sciences, politics, and other areas of human achievement. The list includes names such as President Jimmy Carter, Oprah Winfrey, Nelson Mandela, and John St. Augustine for using his voice on radio for positive change.

He has shared his messages of human empowerment at the prestigious TEDxNASA event (2009) and TEDxOntario (2017). In 2004 John designed the "Oprah Radio Network" and two years later, in June of 2006, he put his microphone on hold to launch the “Oprah & Friends” XM Satellite Radio network and was the Executive Producer of "The Dr. Oz Show." John also hosted his own show on the Oprah Channel and he is the best-selling author of "Living an Uncommon Life" (2006), "Every Moment Matters" (2009), and "Phenomena-Sacred Moments, Messages, Memories & Other Sh*t I Can't Explain" (2020). Currently, John is the host of The Bridge, an international daily podcast. 

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Biblical Prophecy / Uncommon Encounters

Pastor and author Carl Gallups discussed how current events are aligning with biblical prophecy. Followed by radio host John St. Augustine recounting his unusual and spiritual experiences. More »

'Near Life Experiences'

Known as The Voice of Uncommon Sense, producer John St. Augustine discussed the amazing coincidences and synchronicities that have happened in his career and life including two NDEs, and the spiritual events which paved the way for his life-saving kidney donation to his... More »

Last Night

Overnight paranormal radio legend Terry Carnation discussed his life, troubles, and encounters with the paranormal. Next, rock icon Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top spoke about his career, UFOs, and his forthcoming album. Open Lines followed.

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