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Ed and Kim Ryan host Beach Talk Radio live every Saturday morning at 9:00 from Fort Myers Beach. Our goal is to inform residents about the latest beach news and entertain them with our sarcastic family humor.
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Jane Plummer from the Fort Myers Beach Local Planning Agency (LPA) joined Ed and Leah Gregg, who was sitting in for Kim. Tiki Pete updated the community on The Fort Myers Tiki Tours and John Lallo, owner of Pete's Time Out called in to talk about his 30th Anniversary party.
For the past three years Justin Nasiri has been hosting a podcast called Beyond The Uniform. It's a show about how military veterans navigate their civilian careers. Check it out here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-uniform/id1148739411
Our special Veterans day show featured five local veterans spanning wars as far back as the Vietnam War. Our guests were David Skoog, Chris O'Neill, Jeff Swartzentruber, Maria Maldanado and Jamie Foss. Our listeners covered the cost for the entire breakfast and a few drinks we all had that followed the show.
Rae Sprole and Lee Melsek discuss the future of the Bay Oaks Recreation Center. Gayle Crabtree and Ellen Vaughn tell us about the upcoming Christmas events at The Mound House. Leah Gregg chimes in about the Lighting Study. Ed and Kim babble on about everything and really nothing at all.
Lee County Commissioners are voting to approve funds to move the old Fort Myers Beach Arches to Crescent Beach park. Steven Ray McDonald has been behind the organization Save The Arches for years.
Jonathan Gunther talks about how his neighborhood was treated during the road construction project, Bruce Scheiner is hosting a poker tournament for The March of Dimes, Steven Ray McDonald talks about the old Arches being rebuilt at Crescent Beach and the kids from Minnesota are back.
Every Saturday before the live show we interview a fellow podcaster to help promote their show. This Saturday we interviewed Brian Oliver, the host of a podcast focused on diabetes called Gluconfidence.
Hammerhead Gym owner Tiffany Kersten talks about her fitness center which has been on the beach for 22 years. Doc Fords owner Marty Harrity tells us what he thinks about the Margaritaville situation and Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane fills us in on an upcoming event for his run for Lee County Commissioner.
Beach Talk Radio interview with Laurie Giordano from The Zack Martin Foundation
Laurie Giordano joins us to talk about The Zack Martin Foundation. Zack passed in 2017 away at the age of 16 after suffering from heat stroke on the Football field at Riverdale. Laurie is on a mission to make sure that never happens to another child. Ed gives an update on Margaritaville and Kim gets angry over the word Catfight.
Tim and Cyndee Hall from The Roar Offshore Boat Races join us to discuss how the event went.
Jim Atterholt is considering a run for the Fort Myers Beach Town Council. He wants to hear from the residents. And, Pastor Ivan Corbin from the Beach United Methodist Church talks about giving back to the community.
Jacquie Louden from Hoosiers talks about her new menu, the upcoming boat races and how exciting the beach will be when Margaritaville is finally built. Carl Pine, owner of Salty Dog Gallery and Gifts, is celebrating her 14th year and Isabelle Wells from Find-A-Home Give-A-Home pet adoption.
Ed is angry over higher taxes. Joanne Shamp makes his case. Why kids should never be allowed to use Social Media. Chester update. Kim walks in 30 seconds before the show starts.
BMI's Dan Spears spoke to us about the 7th Annual Island Hopper Songwriter Fest, all the great things BMI does for songwriters around the country and the challenge female artists are having breaking into Country Radio. The, Pastor Shawn Critser and Sandal Factory Manager Claudia Steward discuss the homeless situation on the beach.
Bob and Linda Beasley and Keri Weig talk Fort Myers Beach Real Estate. Chris O'Neill, the owner of Sir Pizza, tells us all about the killer cuisine at his shop and fills us in on the 20 years he put in with the United States Army. This one gets very emotional folks
Fort Myers beach Mayor Anita Cereceda tells the community there is no conspiracy about the 2018 delay in signing the Margaritavlle Resort ordinance. She also talked to us about higher taxes and the October Roar Offshore Boat Races.
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