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Host : Leonard Birdsong
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LEONARD BIRDSONG RADIO is a show hosted by a Law Professor, former diplomat and former federal prosecutor who loves to talk to you and others in an effort to both entertain and inform.

The show is a unique blend of humor, opinion, storytelling, and information. Leonard Birdsong will never provide you with fake news but he will always make you laugh out loud at his true news stories about dumb criminals and their shenanigans which he reports on each show. He also has some other, what he calls “news tidbits,” that will pop up throughout the show that you may find interesting and sometimes funny. He may drop a few “Yo Mama” jokes that people have sent him over the years, and, occasionally, he provides you his “words of wisdom” concerning life and leadership that you will like.

Leonard also hosts guests, many of whom with which he discusses law-related topics that many people would like to know about such as, what is an arrest, what are your rights under the fourth Amendment, how to buy a franchise business, will the death penalty be abolished in the United States, how to protect yourself against identity theft, and myths about the Constitution of the United States. He also talks to authors with whom he discusses such topics as why some people are so successful and others are not, how to bounce back from setbacks, how to never waste another day in a job you do not like, and other success and happiness topics.

You can email Leonard Birdsong at this address: lbirdsong22@gmail.com.
Recent Episodes
February 23, 2017
ENCORE SHOW: What You Need to Know About Being Arrested
If you were to get arrested, do you know what to do? What you should say? How you should act? It's a scary thing to think about, but its something you should be prepared for just in case. Leonard welcomes Retired Law School Professor Robert Whorf, who is an expert in Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure & Trial Advocacy. They will discuss what it means to be arrested and what are one's constitutional rights.

Then, for a lighter look at the law, we welcome Edward Meyer, VP of Exhibits and Archives for the Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum in Orlando, Florida. For over 38 years he has traveled the world collecting unusual stories and unbelievable artifacts for the museum. He & Leonard will chat about some of the stranger legal matters he has come across in his work for the museum.
February 16, 2017
Secrets of Success
This week's guest is Steve Klein, and the topics are motivation and leadership. Why are people like Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, and Michael Bloomberg so successful while other people who are just as smart, aren't? What do they possess that others don't? We'll see if we can find the answer!
February 09, 2017
Views on the Death Penalty
On this week's episode, Professor Birdsong shares his views on the death penalty in the United States: is it still necessary and under which circumstances? We'll share some facts and figures you may not have known about execution. Plus- fact checking the President could be a full time job.
February 02, 2017
Author Catana Tully
Leonard welcomes author Catana Tully. In her dramatic and beautifully written memoir Split at the Root, she explores questions of race, adoption and identity, not as the professor of cultural studies that she became, but as the Black child of German settlers in Guatemala.
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