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June 24, 2020
Bonus Episode: Welcome To The Neighborhood of Solitude with Eileen Hunt BottingEileen Hunt Botting is a mild-mannered political theorist, an author, and a Professor of Political Science at Notre Dame.Eileen recently published an essay called Welcome to the Neighborhood of Solitude, which looks at Mister Rogers Neighborhood through the lens of the COVID-19 Pandemic times we are living through.
May 28, 2020
Bonus Episode: Making FriendsBecause we are all dealing with a lot these days and tensions have never been higher, I thought it might be a good idea to share Fred Rogers thoughts on friendship from his book, Making Friends.Blessings,Rick Lee James
May 13, 2020
This week in the neighborhood, our guest is Dr. François S. Clemmons, aka Officer Clemmons . François Scarborough Clemmons (born April 23, 1945 in Birmingham) is an opera singer, playwright, and lecturer best known for his appearances as Officer Clemmons on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.François made his first appearance on Mister Rogers Neighborhood in 1968. His role as Officer Clemmons on Mister Rogers Neighborhood was groundbreaking, presenting a positive image of an African American at a time when racial tensions were high. He writes in his new book, Officer Clemmons, that in Fred Rogers he found a friend, a mentor, and with Fred’s wife Joanne, a family. His new memoir titled, Officer Clemmons, is now available.
April 21, 2020
Fred Rogers on Difficult Situations.
April 8, 2020
Life's Journeys According To Mister Rogers: Things To Remember Along The Way
April 1, 2020
Dealing with Loss & When A Pet Dies
March 20, 2020
Happy Birthday Mister Rogers (Live Episode)"You make each day a special day. You know how, by just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And people can like you exactly as you are." -Fred RogersFred Rogers would have been 92 years old today, so I felt like today would be the perfect day for a live tribute episode, complete with Fred Rogers Quotes.As we again walk into this podcast neighborhood, we want you to know that no matter where you are from, you are welcome here. I’m glad to be your our neighbor. Every daughter, every son, every tribe, and every tongue, in the Spirit of Fred Rogers and the life of welcome that he lived, welcome to the neighborhood.Hosted by Rick Lee JamesMister Rogers Quotes on Twitter: @MisterRogersSayRick Lee James on Twitter: @RickLeeJamesRick Lee James Web Site: www.RickLeeJames.com
March 16, 2020
Bonus Episode: Looking For Helpers and Being Helpers In The Time of A PandemicThis is the first livestream episode of this podcast I beg your pardon if the audio quality isn't what we usually have. I wanted to take some time today, very briefly, to talk about a few ways that we might be good helpers and neighbors in this very testing time that we are living in with the coronavirus pandemic affecting all of us in one way or another.  I'd love to hear from you with your ideas about how to be helpers. Send me a tweet @MisterRogersSay.As always, thank you for listening. As Fred Rogers said, "By listening, you minister to me." Blessings,Rick Lee Jameswww.RickLeeJames.com
March 16, 2020
Bonus Episode: Looking For Helpers and Being Helpers In The Time of A PandemicThis is the first livestream episode of this podcast I beg your pardon if the audio quality isn't what we usually have. I wanted to take some time today, very briefly, to talk about a few ways that we might be good helpers and neighbors in this very testing time that we are living in with the coronavirus pandemic affecting all of us in one way or another.  I'd love to hear from you with your ideas about how to be helpers. Send me a tweet @MisterRogersSay.As always, thank you for listening. As Fred Rogers said, "By listening, you minister to me." Blessings,Rick Lee Jameswww.RickLeeJames.com
February 24, 2020
Bonus Episode: Joy Ike - Won't You Be My Neighbor? Joy Ike is a Pittsburgh based singer and songwriter whose music, voice, and writing have drawn comparisons to great female musicians like Nina Simone, Laura Nyro, and Regina Spektor. Her polished, precise and graceful music defies easy categorization. A write-up on NPR's All Things Considered says "The depth of subjects she tackles in her poetic lyrics are perfectly complemented by a unique blend of neo-soul, with just the right dash of pop...a truly compelling act to watch in person, with the ability to create an intimate setting in locations big and small."Recently Joy released a brilliant cover song and music video for the Mister Rogers Neighborhood Theme song, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”. She has stopped by our podcast neighborhood for a visit today and I am just thrilled have her with us.  Buy Joy Ike's Music: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=rickleejame00-20&keywords=Joy Ike&index=aps&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=ur2&linkId=9fdde2d4dc54bfa51c0462f632e7807aJoy Ike's Web Site: http://www.joyike.comJoy Ike on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2rW0YVC Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
February 12, 2020
(Live) Bonus Episode: What Mister Rogers Can Teach Us About HospitalityThis special live episode was recorded in January 2020 at the Worship 424 Conference in Cedarville Ohio at Cedarville University. I had the chance to talk address a group of minister on what Fred Rogers can teach churches about hospitality in Worship.  Blessings,Rick Lee James Get The New Book: A Beautiful Day In the NeighborhoodThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod.A special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
January 17, 2020
Bonus Episode: Fred Rogers Quotes @MisterRogerSayThis week I am pleased to bring you a collection of my favorite Fred Rogers quotes. It's as simple (and as deep) as that.Enjoy these wise and powerful quotes by our favorite neighbor, Fred Rogers. Blessings,Rick Lee James Get The New Book: A Beautiful Day In the NeighborhoodThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod.A special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
December 16, 2019
Christmastime With Mister Rogers
December 9, 2019
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Luke Flowers, Illustrator of A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood: The Poetry of Mister RogersLuke Flowers is an author and illustrator from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has illustrated over 50 children's books since 2014, including Disney’s “The Muppet Christmas Carol” storybook, and his own original top selling series “Moby Shinobi”,which has a new chapter  book releasing on  Dec. 26, 2019. Luke has created work for a range of clients that include Disney, Scholastic, Random House, Little Golden Books, Nickelodeon, and many more. He recently illustrated the New York Times Best-seller “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” poems by Fred Rogers” and he stopped by today to tell us more about it. Buy Luke's New Book: A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood: The Poetry of Mister RogersLuke Flowers Web Site: http://www.lukeflowerscreative.com/Luke Flowers on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lafcreative?s=20----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
December 8, 2019
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Luke Flowers, Illustrator of A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood: The Poetry of Mister RogersLuke Flowers is an author and illustrator from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has illustrated over 50 children's books since 2014, including Disney’s “The Muppet Christmas Carol” storybook, and his own original top selling series “Moby Shinobi”,which has a new chapter  book releasing on  Dec. 26, 2019. Luke has created work for a range of clients that include Disney, Scholastic, Random House, Little Golden Books, Nickelodeon, and many more. He recently illustrated the New York Times Best-seller “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” poems by Fred Rogers” and he stopped by today to tell us more about it. Buy Luke's New Book: A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood: The Poetry of Mister RogersLuke Flowers Web Site: http://www.lukeflowerscreative.com/Luke Flowers on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lafcreative?s=20----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
December 2, 2019
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with François ClemmonsOur guest on this special Bonus episode of Welcome To The Neighborhood is François Clemmons (Officer Clemmons) from Mister Rogers Neighborhood     Dr. François Scarborough Clemmons is an Afro-American singer, actor, playwright and university lecturer. He is perhaps best known for his appearances as Officer Clemmons on the PBS television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood from 1968 to 1993. For 25 years, Clemmons performed the role of Officer Clemmons, a friendly neighborhood policeman, in the "Neighborhood of Make-Believe" on the children's television show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. In the neighborhood itself, Clemmons ran a singing and dance studio located in the building diagonally across from Mr. Rogers' house. As "Officer Clemmons", he became one of the first African Americans to have a recurring role on a kids' TV series.  Buy François Clemmons New Book: Officer Clemmons: A MemoirThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
November 27, 2019
Bonus Episode: Shea Tuttle Exactly As You Are: The Life and Faith of Mister Rogers Fred Rogers fiercely believed that all people deserve love. This conviction wasn’t simply sentimental: it came directly from his Christian faith. God, he insisted, loves us just the way we are. In the book, Exactly as You Are, Shea Tuttle looks at Fred Rogers’s life, the people and places that made him who he was, and his work through Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. She pays particular attention to his faith—because Fred Rogers was a deeply spiritual person, ordained by his church with a one-of-a-kind charge: to minister to children and families through television. Tuttle explores this kind, influential, and sometimes surprising man: the neighborhood he came from, the neighborhood he built, and the kind of neighbor he, by his example, calls all of us to be.  Shea Tuttle's Web Site: https://www.sheatuttle.com/Shea Tuttle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SheaTuttleBuy The Book: https://amzn.to/34OHalb About the Author:Shea Tuttle is the author of Exactly as You Are: The Life and Faith of Mister Rogers and co-editor of Can I Get a Witness? Thirteen Peacemakers, Community Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice. Her essays have appeared at Greater Good Magazine, The Toast, The Other Journal, Role Reboot and Jenny. She holds an M.Div. from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta.Shea lives in Virginia with her family. As Always...Thank You For Listening  About Your Host: Rick Lee JamesOfficial Web Site: www.RickLeeJames.comGet Rick Lee James Latest Album: https://fanlink.to/RLJThunderFor Booking Inquiries  Click Hereor contact Gary StriplingBy Phone: 904.745.9151By Email: gary@themanagementagency.comManagement General Office Hours:Monday – 11Am – 5PMTuesday – 11Am – 5PMWednesday – Office closedThursday – 11Am – 5PMFriday – 11AM – 5PMSaturday – 11AM – 5PM
November 25, 2019
Bonus Episode: Mister Rogers - Things Not Seen Episode with David Dault and Shea Tuttle   Fred Rogers fiercely believed that all people deserve love. This conviction wasn’t simply sentimental: it came directly from his Christian faith. God, he insisted, loves us just the way we are. In the book, Exactly as You Are, Shea Tuttle looks at Fred Rogers’s life, the people and places that made him who he was, and his work through Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. She pays particular attention to his faith—because Fred Rogers was a deeply spiritual person, ordained by his church with a one-of-a-kind charge: to minister to children and families through television. Tuttle explores this kind, influential, and sometimes surprising man: the neighborhood he came from, the neighborhood he built, and the kind of neighbor he, by his example, calls all of us to be.  Shea Tuttle's Web Site: https://www.sheatuttle.com/Shea Tuttle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SheaTuttleBuy The Book: https://amzn.to/34OHalbThings Not Seen Podcast Web Site: https://www.thingsnotseenradio.com/About the Author:Shea Tuttle is the author of Exactly as You Are: The Life and Faith of Mister Rogers and co-editor of Can I Get a Witness? Thirteen Peacemakers, Community Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice. Her essays have appeared at Greater Good Magazine, The Toast, The Other Journal, Role Reboot and Jenny. She holds an M.Div. from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta.Shea lives in Virginia with her family. About the Dr. David Dault:Host and Executive ProducerDavid got his start in journalism when he was sixteen years old, writing articles for his hometown newspaper.  He's been asking folks questions ever since. David has a PhD in religion from Vanderbilt, and a masters degree from Columbia Theological Seminary.  When he began Things Not Seen, he was teaching in the religion department of a liberal arts college in Memphis. He moved to Chicago with his family in 2013, and spent five years as the executive director of a nonprofit company producing faith-focused media for television, radio, and the web.He is currently a Visiting Scholar for theology and media at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago.He produces the show from studios in the Hyde Park neighborhood, on Chicago's south side, where he lives with his family.As Always...Thank You For Listening  About Your Host: Rick Lee JamesOfficial Web Site: www.RickLeeJames.comGet Rick Lee James Latest Album: https://fanlink.to/RLJThunderFor Booking Inquiries  Click Hereor contact Gary StriplingBy Phone: 904.745.9151By Email: gary@themanagementagency.comManagement General Office Hours:Monday – 11Am – 5PMTuesday – 11Am – 5PMWednesday – Office closedThursday – 11Am – 5PMFriday – 11AM – 5PMSaturday – 11AM – 5PM
November 18, 2019
Bonus Episode: A Conversation with Tom JunodThis week we are pleased to bring you a bonus episode in cooperation with Sony Pictures and the new movie "A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood". This week in the neighborhood we are joined by award winning journalist, and Senior Writer at ESPN, Tom Junod.Tom has written a number of memorable pieces over the years but he is perhaps best known for a profile article he wrote on Fred Rogers for Esquire in 1998 titled, "Can You Say. . . Hero?". That Esquire article serves as the framework of the movie A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood in which Tom Hanks portrays Fred Rogers, and Matthew Rhys portrays Lloyd Vogel, a character loosely based on Junod.The movie opens in theaters everywhere this November.Special Thanks to Tom Junod and Sony Pictures for helping us bring this wonderful conversation to you this week.
November 11, 2019
Bonus Episode:Thank You, Mister Rogers: Music and MemoriesFeaturingJon SecadaLee GreenwoodJaci VelasquezTom BergeronDennis ScottHosted by Rick Lee James Visit the Web Site: ThankYouMisterRogers.comFind out about all the artists involved.Share Your Mister Rogers MemoriesWatch Exclusive VideosBecome A Part of  Making Mister Rogers Month Happen In Your State.All this and more at https://thankyoumisterrogers.com/ Special Thanks to my guests: Dennis Scott, Jon Secada, Tom Bergeron, Jaci Velasquez, and Lee Greenwood.And The @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterI’m your host Rick Lee James. My personal Twitter account is @RickLeeJames, my web site is RickLeeJames.com, My other Podcast is Voices In My Head (The Rick Lee James Podcast), and I look forward being with you again next time.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
November 5, 2019
Fred Rogers, known to generations of children as Mister Rogers, built a legacy of compassion and empathy through his decades of children's programming. In a new Special Edition Issue, Newsweek takes us beyond the neighborhood to discover not only Mister Rogers' impact on the lives of millions of children, but also the continuing traditions instilling his philosophies of care to today's generation. This Newsweek Special Edition also gives an inside look into the new film tribute, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, featuring Tom Hanks as everyone's favorite neighbor.Tim Baker is editor of this Special Fred Rogers Edition of Newsweek and he’s here today to offer us a behind the scenes look at this magazine which releases on November 5th, 2019. Music featured on podcast was Nouvelle Noel by Kevin MacLeod Special Thanks to my guest Tim Baker and NewsweekAnd The @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterI’m your host Rick Lee James. My Twitter account is @RickLeeJames, my web site is RickLeeJames.com, My other Podcast is Voices In My Head (The Rick Lee James Podcast), and I look forward being with you again next time.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
November 4, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Nine: Love“Love is at the root of everything. All learning. All parenting. All relationships. Love or the lack of it.”-Fred Rogers Like to read? This is a book used in the making of today's podcast: Buy The Book Here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0802876552/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0802876552&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=e203674240b93160164ce8baaffa5d43 ----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
October 21, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Eight: The Self-Control of Fred RogersIn 1968 Fred Rogers wrote a song that asks some important questions: "What do you do with the mad that you feel When you feel so mad you could bite? When the whole wide world seems oh, so wrong... And nothing you do seems very right?What do you do? Do you punch a bag? Do you pound some clay or some dough? Do you round up friends for a game of tag? Or see how fast you go?It's great to be able to stop When you've planned a thing that's wrong, And be able to do something else instead And think this song:I can stop when I want to Can stop when I wish I can stop, stop, stop any time. And what a good feeling to feel like this And know that the feeling is really mine. Know that there's something deep inside That helps us become what we can. For a girl can be someday a woman And a boy can be someday a man."-Fred Rogers Like to read? This is a book used in the making of today's podcast Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Wonderful Wisdom from Everyone's Favorite Neighbor Buy It Here ----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
October 21, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Eight: The Self-Control of Fred RogersIn 1968 Fred Rogers wrote a song that asks some important questions: "What do you do with the mad that you feel When you feel so mad you could bite? When the whole wide world seems oh, so wrong... And nothing you do seems very right?What do you do? Do you punch a bag? Do you pound some clay or some dough? Do you round up friends for a game of tag? Or see how fast you go?It's great to be able to stop When you've planned a thing that's wrong, And be able to do something else instead And think this song:I can stop when I want to Can stop when I wish I can stop, stop, stop any time. And what a good feeling to feel like this And know that the feeling is really mine. Know that there's something deep inside That helps us become what we can. For a girl can be someday a woman And a boy can be someday a man."-Fred Rogers Like to read? This is a book used in the making of today's podcast Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Wonderful Wisdom from Everyone's Favorite Neighbor Buy It Here ----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
October 7, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Seven: The Gentleness of Fred Rogers"Most of us, I believe, admire strength. It's something we tend to respect in others, desire for ourselves, and wish for our children. Sometimes, though, I wonder if we confuse strength and other words--like aggression and even violence. Real strength is neither male nor female; but is, quite simply, one of the finest characteristics that any human being can possess."-Fred RogersFrom The World According to Mister Rogers Like to read? These are some of the books used in the making of today's podcast "The World According To Mister Rogers" – written by Fred Rogers. Buy It Here "Out of the Depths: A Songwriter's Journey Through The Psalms" – written by Rick Lee James. Buy It Here----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
October 7, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Seven: The Gentleness of Fred Rogers"Most of us, I believe, admire strength. It's something we tend to respect in others, desire for ourselves, and wish for our children. Sometimes, though, I wonder if we confuse strength and other words--like aggression and even violence. Real strength is neither male nor female; but is, quite simply, one of the finest characteristics that any human being can possess."-Fred RogersFrom The World According to Mister Rogers Like to read? These are some of the books used in the making of today's podcast "The World According To Mister Rogers" – written by Fred Rogers. Buy It Here "Out of the Depths: A Songwriter's Journey Through The Psalms" – written by Rick Lee James. Buy It Here----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 29, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Six: The Faithfulness of Fred Rogers“You make each day a special day. You know how, by just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And people can like you exactly as you are. ” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book The Good Neighbor by Maxwell King----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 29, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Six: The Faithfulness of Fred Rogers“You make each day a special day. You know how, by just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And people can like you exactly as you are. ” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book The Good Neighbor by Maxwell King----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 25, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Five: The Goodness of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Goodness.“In the external scheme of things, shining moments are as brief as the twinkling of an eye, yet such twinklings are what eternity is made of -- moments when we human beings can say "I love you," "I'm proud of you," "I forgive you," "I'm grateful for you." That's what eternity is made of: invisible imperishable good stuff.” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 25, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Five: The Goodness of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Goodness.“In the external scheme of things, shining moments are as brief as the twinkling of an eye, yet such twinklings are what eternity is made of -- moments when we human beings can say "I love you," "I'm proud of you," "I forgive you," "I'm grateful for you." That's what eternity is made of: invisible imperishable good stuff.” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 23, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Six: The Faithfulness of Fred Rogers“You make each day a special day. You know how, by just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And people can like you exactly as you are. ” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book The Good Neighbor by Maxwell King----more----Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.----more----Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
September 9, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Five: The Goodness of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Goodness.“In the external scheme of things, shining moments are as brief as the twinkling of an eye, yet such twinklings are what eternity is made of -- moments when we human beings can say "I love you," "I'm proud of you," "I forgive you," "I'm grateful for you." That's what eternity is made of: invisible imperishable good stuff.” -Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers, pick up a copy of the book "I'm Proud of You" – written by Tim Madigan. Buy The Book: Buy The Book Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
August 26, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Four: The Patience of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Patience."Mutually caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other's achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain."-Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers’s practice of patience cultivated from silence, pick up a copy of the book The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers – written by Amy Hollingsworth.Buy The Book:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0849918944/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0849918944&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=5ac442da10de8ec66424d83ac1028631 Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
August 26, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Four: The Patience of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Patience."Mutually caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other's achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain."-Fred RogersTo read more about Mister Rogers’s practice of patience cultivated from silence, pick up a copy of the book The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers – written by Amy Hollingsworth.Buy The Book:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0849918944/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0849918944&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=5ac442da10de8ec66424d83ac1028631 Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
August 12, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Three: The Peace of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Peace.If Fred Rogers was anything, he was a man of peace. One of my favorite Fred Rogers quotes is, “Peace is far more than the absence of war.” This is true, but I also think that Fred would be the first to remind us as well that Peace is also the absence of war too.To read more about Mister Rogers’s Peaceful Worldview, pick up a copy of this book which was used heavily in the writing of this episode:Peaceful Neighbor: Discovering The Countercultural Mister Rogers – written by Michael LongBuy The Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0664260470/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0664260470&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=2b28f7b551fc9e6540b13be63af7273f Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
August 12, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Three: The Peace of Fred RogersThis week in the neighborhood, our subject is Peace.If Fred Rogers was anything, he was a man of peace. One of my favorite Fred Rogers quotes is, “Peace is far more than the absence of war.” This is true, but I also think that Fred would be the first to remind us as well that Peace is also the absence of war too.To read more about Mister Rogers’s Peaceful Worldview, pick up a copy of this book which was used heavily in the writing of this episode:Peaceful Neighbor: Discovering The Countercultural Mister Rogers – written by Michael LongBuy The Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0664260470/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0664260470&linkCode=as2&tag=rickleejame00-20&linkId=2b28f7b551fc9e6540b13be63af7273f Thank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
July 29, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Two: The Joy of Fred RogersThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
July 29, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode Two: The Joy of Fred RogersThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
July 15, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode One: The Kindness of Fred RogersThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
July 15, 2019
Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastEpisode One: The Kindness of Fred RogersThank you for joining us here this week in the neighborhood.Theme Music featured on this podcast is "Nouvelle Noel" by Kevin MacLeod and all other Music by Bejamin Tossot at www.Bensound.com.Special Thanks to my guest neighbor David Dault.Also a special thanks to the @MisterRogersSay Community on TwitterYour host is Rick Lee James. Rick's Twitter account is @RickLeeJames and his web site is RickLeeJames.com.Voices In My Head Productions does not profit from this program. This show is completely a labor of love out of the respect that the host has for the life of Fred Rogers. We do not own images or sound clips of Fred Rogers used on this show. While this is not a legally binding Mea Culpa, we would appreciate you not suing us.
July 8, 2019
Coming Soon - Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastWelcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast is coming soon to Podbean, Apple Podcasts, and everywhere that quality Podcasts are found. Rick Lee James will be your guide for season one as we venture into the legacy of kindness that Fred Rogers left behind. With each episode Rick Lee James and his guest neighbor, David Dault, I will look into a different fruit of the life and work of Fred Rogers.  Follow the show at FredRogersPodcast.com and on the Twitter account @MisterRogersSay to be alerted when our first episode releases.  Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast
July 8, 2019
Coming Soon - Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute PodcastWelcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast is coming soon to Podbean, Apple Podcasts, and everywhere that quality Podcasts are found. Rick Lee James will be your guide for season one as we venture into the legacy of kindness that Fred Rogers left behind. With each episode Rick Lee James and his guest neighbor, David Dault, I will look into a different fruit of the life and work of Fred Rogers.  Follow the show at FredRogersPodcast.com and on the Twitter account @MisterRogersSay to be alerted when our first episode releases.  Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Mister Rogers Tribute Podcast
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